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Various - Metal For Muthas Volume II FLAC album

Tracklist

Trespass One Of These Days
Eazy Money Telephone Man
Xero Cutting Loose
White Spirit High Upon High
Dark Star Lady Of Mars
Horsepower You Give Me Candy
Red Alert Open Heart
Chevy Chevy
The Raid Hard Lines
Trespass Storm Child

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EMC 3337, OC 062-07 293 Various Metal For Muthas Volume II ‎(LP, Comp) EMI, EMI EMC 3337, OC 062-07 293 UK 1980
TC-EMC 3337 Various Metal For Muthas Volume II ‎(Cass, Comp) EMI TC-EMC 3337 UK 1980
AIRCD6 Various Metal For Muthas Volume II ‎(CD, Comp, RM) Air Raid Records, Sanctuary Records AIRCD6 UK 2000
NR 4523 Various Metal For Muthas Volume II: Cut Loud ‎(CD, Album, Comp, RE, RM) Sanctuary Records, Never Records Group NR 4523 US 2000
CMRCD143 Various Metal For Muthas Volume II ‎(CD, Comp, RE, RM) Sanctuary Records CMRCD143 UK 2001


Various - Metal For Muthas Volume II FLAC album

Musician performer: Various

Title: Metal For Muthas Volume II

Country: UK

Date of release: 1980

Style: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal

Genre: Rock

Size FLAC: 1792 mb

Rating: 4.9 / 5

Votes: 216

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Celore
An OK NWOBHM compilation; certainly no classic, and not as good as the first, but worth having anyway. Worth picking up cheaply if, for example, you don't have the White Spirit track elsewhere, which is great (as were the band, highly underrated), or if you just want to complete a collection.However, I don't know where they got the idea that this is "CUT LOUD", despite what it says on the sleeve - it's mastered at what I would call "typical 1980s compilation album levels", and definitely not "Loud"! I had to turn my recording levels up quite a lot to digitise this one.
Celore
An OK NWOBHM compilation; certainly no classic, and not as good as the first, but worth having anyway. Worth picking up cheaply if, for example, you don't have the White Spirit track elsewhere, which is great (as were the band, highly underrated), or if you just want to complete a collection.However, I don't know where they got the idea that this is "CUT LOUD", despite what it says on the sleeve - it's mastered at what I would call "typical 1980s compilation album levels", and definitely not "Loud"! I had to turn my recording levels up quite a lot to digitise this one.
Asher
Volume II is not as wanted as volume I. I think because vol. I has some rare recordings by Iron Maiden. On this volume II you can hear the present Iron Maiden guitarist Janick Gers in his first band White Spirit. A great collection of NWOBHM bands when it was at it's top!
Asher
Volume II is not as wanted as volume I. I think because vol. I has some rare recordings by Iron Maiden. On this volume II you can hear the present Iron Maiden guitarist Janick Gers in his first band White Spirit. A great collection of NWOBHM bands when it was at it's top!
Questanthr
Song 3 by XERO is NOT "cutting loose". It is one of their other songs "Hold On". I have the album converted from LP on my own laptop and the song listing is definitely wrong.
Questanthr
Song 3 by XERO is NOT "cutting loose". It is one of their other songs "Hold On". I have the album converted from LP on my own laptop and the song listing is definitely wrong.
Qusicam
Song 3 by XERO is NOT "cutting loose". It is one of their other songs "Hold On". I have the album converted from LP on my own laptop and the song listing is definitely wrong.
Qusicam
Song 3 by XERO is NOT "cutting loose". It is one of their other songs "Hold On". I have the album converted from LP on my own laptop and the song listing is definitely wrong.
Todal
Song 3 by XERO is NOT "cutting loose". It is one of their other songs "Hold On". I have the album converted from LP on my own laptop and the song listing is definitely wrong.
Todal
Song 3 by XERO is NOT "cutting loose". It is one of their other songs "Hold On". I have the album converted from LP on my own laptop and the song listing is definitely wrong.
Very Old Chap
Incorrect - listen to the tracks on Youtube and you will see that this IS "Cutting Loose" and NOT "Hold On" - listen to the lyrics for confirmation!Unless you have a mispressed LP, of course, but there doesn't appear to be any mention of mispressings on here.
Very Old Chap
Incorrect - listen to the tracks on Youtube and you will see that this IS "Cutting Loose" and NOT "Hold On" - listen to the lyrics for confirmation!Unless you have a mispressed LP, of course, but there doesn't appear to be any mention of mispressings on here.