Saxon - Rock The Nations (Japan 1st Press Edition) (1986)

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Saxon - Rock The Nations (Japan 1st Press Edition) (1986)

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Saxon - Rock The Nations (Japan 1st Press Edition) (1986)

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Year : 1986 (Japan Edition)
Style : NWOBHM, Heavy Metal , Hard Rock
Country : United Kingdom
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans + Video
Size : 184 mb


Bio:

Saxon are an English heavy metal band which formed in 1976, in Barnsley, South Yorkshire. As front-runners of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, they had eight UK Top 40 albums in the 1980s including four UK Top 10 albums and two Top 5 albums. The band also had numerous singles in the UK Singles Chart and chart success all over Europe and Japan, as well as success in the USA. Between 1980 and 1987 Saxon established themselves as one of Europe's biggest metal acts. They still tour regularly and have sold more than 15 million albums worldwide. Saxon have also influenced many bands such as Metallica and Megadeth.Somewhere around South Yorkshire, UK there was a band that started life as SOB during 1976 with founder members Graham Oliver and Steve Dawson. This band joined forces with another local band, Coast, featuring Biff Byford on vocals and Paul Quinn on guitar. The two bands then finalised with a line-up comprising of the then 26 year old Graham 'Oly' Oliver, Steve 'Dobby' Dawson (27), Paul 'Blute' Quinn (26), Pete 'Frank' Gill (27) and Peter 'Biff' Byford (27). The name of the band was Son Of A Bitch. That name was dropped a few years later and the band re-christened themselves SAXON. They were at this time playing the usual rock clubs and concert gigs supporting The Ian Gillan Band and Heavy Metal Kids, amongst others, playing all their own material. Demo tapes were recorded at Tapestry Studios, with producer John Verity (Ex. Argent singer/guitarist). They hawked these round the usual record companies only to be ignored as the New-wave was at its height at this time. After a few months the band finally gained a favourable reaction from EMI man Peter Hinton. He had come up to Barnsley to see the band play at the town's Civic Hall. He was very impressed and recommended SAXON to Claude Carrere as candidates for his new label on the British scene, Carrere Records. Claude decided to offer them a contract, after hearing the band's demo tapes.Saxon released their nineteenth studio album, Call to Arms, on 3 June 2011. It debuted at number 6 on the UK Rock Albums chart. The band embarked on a world tour which saw them visit the US; Saxon also revisited the UK for a second leg of the tour. The band announced on their Call To Arms tour that a number of fans at each venue each paying £10 would be able to watch them soundcheck. This was donated to the Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy and Childline charities.In December, Byford joined Metallica on stage to perform "Motorcycle Man" for the band's 30th anniversary show. Saxon were billed as special guests supporting Judas Priest at Hammersmith Apollo on 26 May 2012. Saxon also played Download Festival 2012, and were recorded playing "Wheels Of Steel" for the festival's Highlights show shown on Sky Arts. On 13 February 2012, the band announced that they were releasing a new live DVD and CD package entitled Heavy Metal Thunder - Live: Eagles Over Wacken, which compiled their 2004, 2007 and 2009 performances at the Wacken Open Air across various formats. In March, Saxon won the Metal Hammer 2012 Golden God award for 'Best UK band'.In October 2012, the band announced that their next studio album would be titled Sacrifice and it was released on 25 February 2013. On 11 December 2012 Heavy Metal Thunder - The Movie saw an international release and was the first Blu-ray release for the band.

Album:

Rock the Nations is the eighth studio album by heavy metal band Saxon released in 1986 (see 1986 in music).The album is the first not to feature original bassist Steve Dawson, who had left the band earlier in 1986. For the recording of this album, vocalist Biff Byford recorded all the bass parts in Dawson's place. However, Paul Johnson joined the band as bassist before the album was released and is therefore credited in the liner notes. Elton John is featured on the songs "Party Til You Puke" and "Northern Lady".Rock The Nations received mixed reviews from critics. Eduardo Rivadavia of Allmusic gave the album two stars out of five and said in his review for the band's previous album Innocence Is No Excuse that "Saxon's internal chemistry was significantly unbalanced by the subsequent departure of key songwriter [Steve] Dawson -- a loss from which they would take years to fully recover." in his review for this album, he said that although the album was "graced with a somewhat rougher sound more in line with the band's New Wave of British Heavy Metal early years" it was still "arguably less heavy than its predecessor" and also criticised the songs "We Came Here To Rock", "Running Hot" and the title track for being "cliché-ridden" and "Waiting For The Night" and "Northern Lady" for being "unconvincingly sappy ballads", though he did regard "Party 'til You Puke" as being "good for a laugh" and also of interest for the guest appearance of Elton John. However, he concluded that the album is one that "the Saxon faithful would likely rather forget".All songs written and composed by Biff Byford, Paul Quinn, Graham Oliver and Nigel Glockler, except where noted.

Line-Up:

Biff Byford - Vocals (1977-present), Bass (1986) - See also: The Scintilla Project, ex-Son of a Bitch
Paul Quinn - Guitars (1977-present) - See also: ex-Son of a Bitch
Nigel Glockler - Drums (1981-1987, 1988-1998, 2005-present) - See also: ex-Thunderstorm, Mad Men and English Dogs, Winter's Reign, ex-Paul Di'Anno, ex-Air Pavilion, ex-The Bernie Tormë Band, ex-Toyah
Graham Oliver - Guitars (1977-1995) - See also: Oliver/Dawson Saxon, ex-Son of a Bitch, Mickey Finn's T-Rex (live), ex-Graham Oliver
Paul Johnson - Bass (1986-1988) - See also: Statetrooper, Usi, ex-Demon, ex-Heritage

production:

Produced by: Gary Lyons
Artwork: Paul Gregory

Tracklist:

01. Rock the Nations 04:41
02. Battle Cry 05:26
03. Waiting for the Night 04:52
04. We Came Here to Rock 04:19
05. You Ain't No Angel 05:29
06. Running Hot 03:36
07. Party til You Puke 03:26
08. Empty Promises 04:11
09. Northern Lady 04:43

+ Video "Waiting For The Night" (HD Official Video)

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