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Check out the spelling on the HEADLESS CROSS picture disc album. 'Devil And Daugther' ! I would like to know if anyone has a copy with the correct spelling (Daughter). Now, that would be rare!
(From S.O.B Split 7″)
Multinational Corporations Pt. 2
Re-Address The Problem
(From Curse 7″)
The Traitor (Live in Birmingham, UK ’86)
Deceiver (w/ Swanky’s Intro – Live in Wakkon, Belgium ’87)
Retreat To Nowhere (Studio Recording w/ Dorrian and Steer)
Life (Studio Recording w/ Dorrian and .
Harvey Smith describes a night out at Tavern In The Town, a rock pub in Wolverhampton.
A side - 'Neon Knights' B side - 'Children of the Sea' (live) From the album 'Heaven and Hell', first album with Ronnie James Dio on vocals.
Fully autographed in silver pen.
Napalm Death Mentally Murdered EP (1989)
Judas Priest British Steel LP signed by Rob Halford (1980)
The Peel Sessions: Napalm Death LP (1989). This 'Double Value' LP included 2 full sessions and a total of 25 songs. Each side is separated into tracks containing several individual songs. These groupings represent the tracks as played on John Peel's Radio One show.
Gillan single from 1981. Gillan played with Black Sabbath for a year, replacing Ronnie James Dio as vocalist in 1983.
Stuff I have collected over the years. Enjoy
Judas Priest rare Japanese special DJ copy (1984)
Judas Priest white label Defenders of the Faith test pressing (1984) on CBS Records.
Artwork mock up for ' The Curse'
Judas Priest British Steel UK promo with sticker (1980)
Mock up for Napalm Death's first record 'Scum'
Judas Priest Mexican 7” Sinner single (1981)
I met Dio and Vinny at their London hotel during the last ever Heaven & Hell (band) UK dates when they signed my original copy of Mob Rules. That was the last time I saw Ronnie.
Bullshit Detector volume 3’ LP & letter from Steve Ignorant of Crass to Napalm Death.
Judas Priest Korean import misprint Sad Wings of Destiny (1983)