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8 thoughts on “ Tokyo Blade - Tokyo Blade (CD, Album)

  1. May 25,  · The album triumphantly ends with ‘Voices Of The Damned’ with the wind firmly in its sails. Mesmerizing riffs up the heaviness ante and a sedate calm before the storm midsection heads into a full blooded all systems go outro. Tokyo Blade band line up: Andy Wrighton – bass guitar. Steve Pierce – Drums. Alan Marsh – Lead vocals.
  2. Tokyo Blade discography (misc) Tokyo Blade () Night of the Blade The Night Before () > Tokyo Blade () > Mr Ice Tokyo Blade. Type: Compilation Release date: Catalog ID: ZCRCD6 Label: Zoom Club Records Format: CD Reviews: 1 review (avg. 33%) Songs; Lineup; Other versions; Reviews; Additional notes; 1. Hot Breath Show.
  3. In the photo (up) from left to right: Andy Wrighton, John Wiggins, Steve Pierce, Alan Marsh, Andy Boulton After Andy Boulton left the line-up, Bryan Holland briefly continued the 'American version' of Tokyo Blade until Boulton reformed the band. Compilation Appearances - "If Heaven is Hell" on Metal Hammer (Metal Hammer/Roadrunner, ).
  4. release. NWOBHM legends Tokyo Blade unleash their ninth studio album, it's been worth the wait! 11 tracks of powerhouse British metal is what's here! Guitarist Andy Boulton had this to say: "I hope all our fans will enjoy Dark Revolution as much as we enjoyed making it.
  5. Well, if this is true then Tokyo Blade will certainly be at the forefront of the NWOBHM-revival with this storming debut album. As with many of today’s young heavy metal hopefuls the material on show here is flowing with Iron Maiden influences, the difference being the fact that Tokyo Blade do it .
  6. Tokyo Blade is a heavy metal band. Albums: Tokyo Blade, Midnight Rendezvous, Night of the Blade, Blackhearts and Jaded Spades, Ain't Misbehavin'.. Members: Alan Marsh, Andy Boulton, Steve Pierce, John Wiggins, Andy Wrighton.
  7. Tokyo Blade were present early on the scene of NWOBHM, but didn't manage to release LPs in the heydays of the movement. This is their second album hot on the heels of previous year's self-titled one. Despite coming very late, this is noe of the greatest examples of the NWOBHM scene's best, with the rock 'n' roll (Love Struck), big chorus stadium rocking metal anthem (Rock Me to the Limit) or.
  8. TOKYO BLADE proved extremely popular in Europe touring on a regular basis, but failed to ignite sufficient interest in Britain despite steady commendable reviews. Ultimately the band's impetus, provided initially by a crop of strong NWoBHM era singles and albums, .

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