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  1. Oct 16,  · Stay Hard is the fourth full-length album by the British heavy metal band Raven, released in It is the first album recorded in the United States for the major label Atlantic Records, after the British band had passed under American management. "Hard Ride" is a re-recording of the song from Raven's debut album Rock Until You Drop/5(9).
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  3. With two guitar players (Jay Reynolds and Mick Zane) and a sound that combines the very best of British NWOBHM with American style power metal, the album resonates with excitement from the very first chord to the very last dying note/5(17).
  4. May 17,  · Taken from Malice's album - In The Beginning. Enjoy! -- I do not own the rights to the music or the artwork. Rare item, for Heavy Metal fans to discover and enjoy
  5. The Hellriders (also written as HellRiders and Hell Riders), and also known as the Riders of Elturel or simply the Riders, were an elite cavalry unit who acted as the primary armed force of the city of Elturel in the Western Heartlands in the 14 and 15 centuries DR. The Hellriders helped Elturel establish and maintain civilization in these harsh lands. They were one of the most renowned and.
  6. In the Beginning Malice Rock · Preview SONG TIME PREVIEW Into the Ground. 2. PREVIEW Air Attack. 3. PREVIEW Stellar Masters. 4. PREVIEW Tarot Dealer. 5. PREVIEW Squeeze It Dry (Keep On Rockin') 6. PREVIEW Hell Rider (LP Version) 7.
  7. With two guitar players (Jay Reynolds and Mick Zane) and a sound that combines the very best of British NWOBHM with American style power metal, the album resonates with excitement from the very first chord to the very last dying note.
  8. Mar 20,  · Now, listening “In The Beginning ” in perspective thirty-one years after its original release, the album originally considered ‘metal’ now feels classic rock, classic metal if you want. To me, Malice sounds more close to the first Dokken or even Queensryche than Judas Priest, and these great songs feel typically American.

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