Vices is the first album by the British hard rock band, Waysted, released in 1983.
2009 three CD set. As former UFO, Fastway and Waysted bassist Pete Way prepares to hang up his guitar, the time is right to highlight his fantastic solo material. This collection of three of Way's solo releases showcases not only a hard-drinking, hard drug-taking Rock legend but also a great live performer and a great songwriter, too. Disc One contains the album The Plot (featuring Michael Schenker). Disc Two features Live 2002. Disc Three contains the album Amphetamine. 33 tracks. Mischief.
2009 album from the Swiss Hard Rockers. Produced by Rick Chicky (Aerosmith/Rush/etc), the band have created a collection which is able to combine emotional Rock songs with haunting mainstream elements in perfect harmony. An album which convinces with rough, dynamic and hasty attitudes but stands also for experience, maturity and composure. Many of the tracks on Need to Believe are proof that Gotthard are an amazing band without any compromises. Songs as the diverse and dazzling 'Shangri La' or the Rock hymn 'Need to Believe' demonstrate the all-embracing contribution the band makes to the scene.
"Rock You to Hell" is the third studio album released by the British heavy metal band Grim Reaper in 1987. It was released under the RCA label. From beginning to end this cd will have you headbanging with utmost intensity. Their sound can best be described as a Screaming For Vengeance era Judas Priest with a little bit of Dokken thrown in. Theres many puntcuated stabbing moments on guitar that hook into your brain within the first listen. With a name like Grim Reaper youd expect something a little heavier but when you do hear the music you wont be dissapointed.
It's amazing how much a band can change in just three albums. "Waiting For the Roar," despite it's heavy title, is no where near as heavy, as British, or as original as the band's debut. Waiting For The Roar a typical metal album from this time. Maybe there is too much synth… but hey, that's what was in style at the time.
All Fired Up is the second album by the hard rock band Fastway. It was released in 1984. The follow-up to the debut came only a year later and followed in similar tracks to the original. Like the debut, Kiss/Jimi Hendrix producer Eddie Kramer was brought in to produce. Together they created an album with just a bit more depth than the debut. Some songs had a strong blues-rock vibe, such as "Telephone" and "Station". Others have hard driving Led Zeppelin vibe. "Hurtin Me" in particular had a very Zeppelin-esque sound.
Fastway is the first album by the band, Fastway. An '80s British hard-rock/heavy metal band originally formed by ex-Motorhead guitarist "Fast" Eddie Clarke and UFO bassist Pete Way, thus the name FAST-WAY. Unfortunately Pete left before the first recording for what turned out to be a very short stint with Ozzy Osbourne. Fastway also featured ex-Humble Pie drummer, Jerry Shirley and a young singer, David King. King went on to form Katmandu.
Recorded on May 13th, 2005 live in Wilhelmshaven, Germany, this live performance unleashes all of UFO's most-loved hits, plus the best tracks from their acclaimed 2004 comeback album "You Are Here." Also included are making of footage, slideshow, discography, studio recordings on May 26th, 2005 at Peppermint Park Studios, Hanover, Germany, making-of studio songs, documentaries, and interviews.
The Best of UFO (1974-1983) is a greatest hits collection by UFO, released in 2008. All songs were digitally remastered in 2007 and 2008…