Saxon - Iron Wheels / Forever Free album flac
|WARCS 8||Saxon||Iron Wheels / Forever Free (CD, Single)||Warhammer Records||WARCS 8||UK||1993|
|665 529, 0724389004625||Saxon||Iron Wheels (CD, Single)||Virgin Schallplatten GmbH, Virgin||665 529, 0724389004625||Germany||1992|
|WARPL 8||Saxon||Iron Wheels (12", Single)||Warhammer Records||WARPL 8||UK||1993|
Saxon : Forever Free,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Total playing time: 54:29. Other productions from Saxon.
In a card sleeve - "double A Side Single". Iron Wheels (CD, Single). Virgin Schallplatten GmbH, Virgin. 665 529, 0724389004625. Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 0 1 For Sale from €. 5.
Forever Free (Saxon album). 1992 studio album by Saxon. Forever Free is the eleventh studio album by heavy metal band Saxon released in 1992. A UK version of the album features a cover of a biker Space Marine from the Warhammer 40,000 tabletop wargame. In 2013, Demon Music Group reissued the album digitally and on CD in the UK. This version included two bonus tracks taken from their 1996 double live album, The Eagle Has Landed – Part II. Track listing.
British heavy metal band. In 1992, Saxon carried on this success with the release of Forever Free. The album was produced by Biff Byford and Herwig Ursin. A UK version of the album featured an alternate cover with a "Space Marine" from the Warhammer 40,000 tabletop wargame. Iron Wheels" was released as a single. The song was written about and dedicated to Byford's father who worked in the coal mines of Yorkshire. Departure of Graham Oliver and return to heavier sound (1994-2002). Doug Scarratt joined the band in 1996.
Forever Free (1992) by Saxon. Labels: Virgin Records, CBH. Genres: Heavy Metal Members: Paul Quinn, Graham Oliver, Biff Byford, Nibbs Carter, Nigel Glockler. Contents. Additional musicians.
Performer: Saxon Album: Forever Free Label: Steamhammer. Used drive : TSSTcorpDVDWBD SH-B123L Adapter: 0 ID: 3. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No.
Building quickly upon the foundation laid down by 1990's modest career turnaround, Solid Ball of Rock, Saxon definitively gave up trying to mimic Def Leppard and what few other British bands successfully crossed over to the American market, and fully embraced the down-to-earth, hard-hitting heavy metal style they'd once excelled at with 1992's impressive Forever Free.
Hole in the Sky, 04:44. Just Wanna Make Love to You, 03:57. Get Down and Dirty, 05:08. One Step Away, 04:59. Can't Stop Rockin', 04:06.