Plasmatics - Metal Priestess mp3 flac download
|Style:||Punk, Heavy Metal|
|Date of release:||1981|
|MP3 album size:||1769 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1350 mb|
|Digital formats:||DTS MP2 DXD MPC FLAC XM WMA|
Wendy O. Williams, Plasmatics - New Hope for the Wretched - Metal Priestess (1980).
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In the early 1980s, if your goal was international media domination, being a punk rock band would only get you so far, so after toying with heavy metal accents on their first two albums, the Plasmatics finally dove headfirst into the genre of black leather and big guitar solos with the 1981 EP Metal Priestess.
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New Hope for the Wretched is the debut studio album by American punk rock band Plasmatics. It was released on October 2, 1980 by Stiff Records. Jimmy Miller, former producer of The Rolling Stones, was the initial producer for the album.
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With an album title like "The Metal Priestess" you better fucking deliver the goods musically, and there is no room for complaints here. Many influences are rampant through out this release, most clear in the guitar work would be a strong New York punk influence, and total Motorhead worship while still retaining a completely independent, and ground breaking sound, or style. Holding there own along sides such classic Metal bands as The Mentors, and Motorhead (which is a feat in its own right) no one could out do the stage antics, and overt sexuality of Wendy O Williams, and The Plasmatics. My personal picks would be Masterplan, and Sex Junkie because not only are they easily recognizeable tunes by this killer band, but are true testaments to what Metal will always stand for. This Ep is a Heavy Metal classic which will stand the test of time for all the generations of Metalheads to come.
|B1||Black Leather Monster||3:39|
- Bass – Chris Romanelli
- Bass, Keyboards – Jean Beauvoir (tracks: A3, B3)
- Drums – Joey Reese, Tony Petri (tracks: A3, B3)
- Guitar, Keyboards – Wes Beech
- Lead Guitar – Richie Stotts
- Producer – Dan Hartman, Rod Swenson
- Vocals – Wendy O. Williams
NotesFirst released in 1981 on Stiff America Records
Marketed by JEM Records, Inc., South Plainfield, NJ 07080/Reseda, CA 91335
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