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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Heavy metal is the most resilient of rock genres, withstanding the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune as well as fathomless fallow periods. At times, it ruled the charts, others it was in exile, but it thrived in its outsider status. Throughout it all, it was never in critical favor, yet never without a passionate cult audience that called it their own. Often, these were adolescent males, particularly in the early days of its existence, but the thing about metal audiences is, they're faithful. Some outgrew the music, but a lot didn't and their fidelity extended to their patronage of artists, as they stuck through bands through thick and thin, giving the ...
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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Heavy metal is the most resilient of rock genres, withstanding the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune as well as fathomless fallow periods. At times, it ruled the charts, others it was in exile, but it thrived in its outsider status. Throughout it all, it was never in critical favor, yet never without a passionate cult audience that called it their own. Often, these were adolescent males, particularly in the early days of its existence, but the thing about metal audiences is, they're faithful. Some outgrew the music, but a lot didn't and their fidelity extended to their patronage of artists, as they stuck through bands through thick and thin, giving the true metal gods long, long careers. In turn, metal wound up being one of the only rock genres with a long sense of history, one that respects and honors the past as it regenerates for the future. There's a lineage to heavy metal, a clear progression from band to band and phase to phase, one that is accepted by historians and fans, even if they wind up arguing semantics about who belongs and who doesn't. All this makes a set like Rhino's 2007 four-disc box Heavy Metal a bit easier to assemble, really: there is a story to be told, one that is commonly accepted, one that can't quite be f*cked up. And, more or less, the compilers of Heavy Metal don't f*ck it up, at least for a good portion it. Fault should not be laid at their feet for the absence of the twin titans of Black Sabbath with Ozzy and Led Zeppelin -- that's like complaining that the Beatles and the Rolling Stones aren't on a British Invasion box, knowing full well they'll never be licensed anyway, so why complain? Besides, there are other M.I.A.s missed as much as either Sabbath or Zep, such as Aerosmith and AC/DC, the bands that got dirtier than anybody in the '70s. Other '70s titans that straddle the metallic line aren't here -- Queen, Cheap Trick -- but the most crucial absence is Van Halen, who ushered in all the guitar pyrotechnics and shiny good times of mainstream metal of the '80s. And once we're in the '80s, there are some big guys missing as well, such as Mötley Crüe, the kings of the Sunset strip scene; Def Leppard, the guys who made metal slick and huge; Bon Jovi, who crossed it over; and Guns N' Roses, who made the mainstream grimy again. Sure, these guys are missing, but the great thing about metal is that there were plenty of kindred spirits and soundalikes, along with interesting detours, enough to present the aural history of the genre through its prime years. So, even with the big guys missing, their presence and the basic arc of the genre is here, presented in an absorbing fashion. It sidesteps the earliest pre-metal bands -- no Cream here, no Hendrix, it starts in cold with "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida," which may be the first rock song to carry such a weary narcotic beat. From there, it runs through most of the heavy hitters of the '70s on the first disc, moving into the New Wave of British Heavy Metal on the second, spending a lot of time on the Sunset Strip and dabbling in the underground on the third disc, before wrapping things up with the heyday of hair metal on the fourth. It's easy to quibble about certain song selections -- "Whiplash" may not be the first Metallica song that comes to mind, nor is "Shake Me" the first by Cinderella, and there's no "Smoke on the Water" here in fact, this whole box is surprisingly light on classic riffs -- but this does have a good flow and tells the story as well as a cross-licensed box set missing the biggest metal stars can. The problem is when the compilers decided to stop telling the story. This stops cold in 1991, ending with Sepultura's "Dead Embryonic Cells," which arrived just a few months before Nirvana's Nevermind, the album that allegedly killed off metal in one fell swoop. By stopping here, Heavy Metal reinforces that dullest of rock clichés, one that's also not true because metal continued to mutate when it wasn't at the top of the charts and, in many ways, it thrived over the next 15 years. Discounting the lumpen rap-metal of Limp Bizkit, there were many excellent bands tagged as metal -- anything from the alt-rock of Rage Against the Machine, Helmet, and Alice in Chains, to the legions of black metal, to the stoner rock of Queens of the Stone Age, the Zappa-fied madness of System of a Down, to the blistering intensity of Mastodon. Without these bands -- or bands like them -- Heavy Metal not only feels incomplete, it feels like nostalgia, suggesting that metal isn't alive, it's something for the history books, when the other four discs reveal how it always shifted and changed, never staying in one place for too long. This is the rare box that should have been longer, but even without that fifth disc, Heavy Metal remains a strong accomplishment: it tells the story of heavy metal, perhaps with its tongue just a little too firmly in cheek, yet it nevertheless offers a useful primer of the music's glory days.
New York Times - Ben Ratliff
This is a speed tour through the major metal bands from 1968 to 1991, one song each, from Iron Butterfly to Sepultura.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/2/2007
  • Label: Rhino
  • UPC: 081227998004
  • Catalog Number: 187388

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida - Iron Butterfly (2:54)
  2. 2 Summertime Blues - Blue Cheer (3:45)
  3. 3 Easy Livin - Uriah Heep (2:37)
  4. 4 Highway Star - Deep Purple (6:07)
  5. 5 Billion Dollar Babies - Alice Cooper (3:39)
  6. 6 Lost Johnny - Hawkwind (3:29)
  7. 7 Bad Motor Scooter - Montrose (3:42)
  8. 8 Working Man - Rush (7:11)
  9. 9 Man on the Silver Mountain - Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow (4:37)
  10. 10 Detroit Rock City (3:57)
  11. 11 The Ripper - Judas Priest (2:46)
  12. 12 Cat Scratch Fever - Ted Nugent (3:38)
  13. 13 Lights Out - UFO (4:30)
  14. 14 Godzilla - Blue Öyster Cult (3:41)
  15. 15 Demolition Boys - Girlschool (3:39)
  16. 16 White Witch - Angel Witch (4:48)
  17. 17 The Phantom of the Opera - Iron Maiden (7:07)
  18. 18 Neon Knights - Black Sabbath (3:51)
Disc 2
  1. 1 Ace of Spades - Motörhead (2:47)
  2. 2 Am I Evil? - Diamond Head (7:42)
  3. 3 Nice Boys - Rose Tattoo (2:52)
  4. 4 Attack of the Mad Axeman (4:19)
  5. 5 Denim and Leather - Saxon (5:26)
  6. 6 Blitzkrieg - Blitzkrieg (3:21)
  7. 7 Gangland - Tygers of Pan Tang (3:40)
  8. 8 Witching Hour - Venom (3:39)
  9. 9 You've Got Another Thing Comin' - Judas Priest (5:10)
  10. 10 The Number of the Beast - Iron Maiden (4:25)
  11. 11 Star War - Raven (5:33)
  12. 12 Say What You Will - Fastway (3:20)
  13. 13 Black Funeral - Mercyful Fate (2:47)
  14. 14 Animal (F**k Like a Beast) - W.A.S.P. (3:06)
  15. 15 Mean Streak - Y&T (4:05)
  16. 16 Holy Diver - Dio (5:48)
  17. 17 Queen of the Reich - Queensrÿche (4:21)
  18. 18 Whiplash - Metallica (4:09)
Disc 3
  1. 1 Rock You Like a Hurricane - Scorpions (4:12)
  2. 2 Metal Health - Quiet Riot (5:16)
  3. 3 Into the Fire - Dokken (4:24)
  4. 4 Balls to the Wall - Accept (5:42)
  5. 5 Round and Round - Ratt (4:25)
  6. 6 I Wanna Rock - Twisted Sister (3:03)
  7. 7 The Boulevard of Broken Dreams - Hanoi Rocks (4:03)
  8. 8 Big Bottom - Spinal Tap (3:32)
  9. 9 Midnite Maniac - Krokus (4:01)
  10. 10 I'll See the Light, Tonight - Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force (4:25)
  11. 11 Crazy Nights - Loudness (4:04)
  12. 12 Shake Me - Cinderella (3:43)
  13. 13 Watch the Children Pray - Metal Church (5:54)
  14. 14 To Hell with the Devil - Stryper (4:05)
  15. 15 A Little Time - Helloween (3:59)
  16. 16 Wrecking Crew - Overkill (4:32)
  17. 17 Caught in a Mosh - Anthrax (5:00)
  18. 18 Peace Sells - Megadeth (4:02)
Disc 4
  1. 1 Still of the Night - Whitesnake (6:35)
  2. 2 Rock Me - Great White (7:14)
  3. 3 Talk Dirty to Me - Poison (3:53)
  4. 4 Bathroom Wall - Faster Pussycat (3:41)
  5. 5 Hall of the Mountain King - Savatage (5:36)
  6. 6 Kiss Me Deadly - Lita Ford (4:00)
  7. 7 Hail and Kill - Manowar (5:54)
  8. 8 Trial by Fire - Testament (4:15)
  9. 9 Welcome Home - King Diamond (4:35)
  10. 10 South of Heaven - Slayer (4:44)
  11. 11 One - Metallica (7:24)
  12. 12 Cult of Personality - Living Colour (4:53)
  13. 13 Youth Gone Wild - Skid Row (3:19)
  14. 14 Cowboys from Hell - Pantera (4:06)
  15. 15 Beg to Differ - Prong (4:14)
  16. 16 Dead Embryonic Cells - Sepultura (4:52)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Alice Cooper Vocals
Peter Criss Drums
Bruce Dickinson Vocals
Don Dokken Guitar, Vocals
Lita Ford Vocals, Interviewee
Ace Frehley Guitar
Ian Gillan Vocals
Sammy Hagar Vocals
Yngwie Malmsteen Guitar, Vocals
Michael Monroe Vocals
Ronnie Montrose Guitar
Ted Nugent Guitar, Vocals
Michael Schenker Guitar
Gene Simmons Bass, Vocals
Paul Stanley Guitar, Vocals
Chris Poland Guitar
Peter Wells Vocals, Slide Guitar
Ritchie Blackmore Guitar
Dave Brock Guitar, Harmonica, Keyboards, Vocals
David Byron Vocals
Paul Di'Anno Vocals
Roger Glover Bass
Ken Hensley Guitar, Percussion, Keyboards
Jon Lord Keyboards
Herman Rarebell Drums
Adrian Smith Guitar
Leigh Stephens Guitar
George Lynch Guitar
Michael Bruce Guitar, Keyboards, Background Vocals
David Wayne Vocals
John Sykes Guitar, Vocals
Aynsley Dunbar Drums
Eric Adams Vocals
Joey Alves Guitar, Vocals
Vinny Appice Drums
Tom Araya Bass, Vocals
Jimmy Bain Bass, Keyboards
Peter Baltes Bass
Frankie Banali Percussion, Drums, Vocals
Gary Barden Vocals
Joey Belladonna Vocals
Frank Bello Bass
Charlie Benante Drums
Eric Bloom Guitar, Vocals
Bobby Blotzer Percussion, Drums
Rachel Bolan Bass
Albert Bouchard Harmonica, Drums, Vocals
Joe Bouchard Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Mick Box Guitar
Eric Brittingham Bass, Vocals
Francis Buchholz Bass
Clive Burr Drums
Ron Bushy Drums
Geezer Butler Bass
Glen Buxton Guitar
William Calhoun Percussion, Drums, Vocals
Vivian Campbell Guitar
Denny Carmassi Drums
Carlos Cavazo Guitar, Vocals
Bill Church Bass
"Fast" Eddie Clarke Guitar
Bradford Cobb Bass Guitar
Michael Cocks Guitar, Rhythm Guitar
Fred Coury Drums
David Coverdale Vocals
Robbin Crosby Guitar, Vocals
Juan Croucier Bass, Vocals
Cliff Davies Drums, Vocals
Steve Dawson Bass
Warren DeMartini Guitar, Vocals
Michael Denner Guitar
Audie Desbrow Drums
Del Dettmar Keyboards
Jon Deverill Vocals
King Diamond Vocals
Brian Dick Drums
Ronnie James Dio Keyboards, Vocals
Udo Dirkschneider Vocals
Lee Dorman Bass
K.K. Downing Guitar
Gary Driscoll Drums
Kevin DuBrow Vocals
Denise Dufort Drums
Dennis Dunaway Bass, Background Vocals
David Ellefson Bass, Vocals
Bob Ezrin Piano
David Ezrin Keyboards
Oz Fox Guitar, Vocals
Herman Frank Guitar
Jay Jay French Guitar, Vocals
Mark Gallagher Guitar, Vocals
Peter Gill Drums
Chris Glen Bass
Corey Glover Vocals
Rob Grange Bass
Myron Grombacher Drums
Craig Gruber Bass
Rob Halford Vocals
Kirk Hammett Guitar
Jeff Hanneman Guitar
Kai Hansen Guitar, Background Vocals
Sean Harris Guitar, Vocals
Steve Harris Bass
Leonard Haze Percussion, Drums
James Hetfield Guitar, Vocals
Kevin Heybourne Guitar, Vocals
Munetaka Higuchi Drums
Ian Hill Bass
Dave Hogg Percussion, Drums
Simon House Violin, Keyboards
Scott Ian Guitar
Doug Ingle Organ, Vocals
Tony Iommi Guitar
Jens Johansson Keyboards
Anders Johansson Drums
Kelly Johnson Guitar, Vocals
Stefan Kaufmann Drums
Tom Keifer Guitar, Piano, Vocals
Mark Kendall Guitar
Phil Kennemore Bass, Vocals
Lee Kerslake Percussion, Drums
Colin Kimberley Bass
Kerry King Guitar
Simon King Percussion, Drums
Michael Kiske Vocals
Jeff Klaven Drums
Mark Kohler Bass, Vocals
Jeff LaBar Guitar, Vocals
Allen Lanier Guitar, Keyboards
Michael Lardie Keyboards
Blackie Lawless Bass, Vocals
Geddy Lee Bass, Vocals
Geordie Leach Bass
Alex Lifeson Guitar
Dave Lombardo Drums
Kim McAuliffe Guitar, Vocals
Andy McCoy Guitar
Klaus Meine Vocals
Mark Mendoza Bass, Vocals
Dave Meniketti Guitar, Vocals
Bret Michaels Vocals
Johnny Lee Middleton Bass
Phil Mogg Vocals
Alan Moore Drums
Neil Murray Bass
Dave Mustaine Guitar, Vocals
Jason Newsted Bass
Minoru Niihara Vocals
Eddie Ojeda Guitar, Vocals
Criss Oliva Guitar
Jon Oliva Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Graham Oliver Guitar
Ian Paice Drums
Andy Parker Drums
Ted Parsons Drums
Vinnie Paul Drums
Stephen Pearcy Vocals
A.J. Pero Drums, Vocals
Dickie Peterson Bass, Vocals
Jeff Pilson Bass, Vocals
Cozy Powell Drums
Paul Raymond Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Vernon Reid Guitar, Vocals
Tony Richards Drums
Kevin Riddles Bass, Keyboards, Background Vocals
Scott Rockenfield Drums
Rocky Laws Bass, Vocals
Donald Roeser Guitar, Vocals
Jack Russell Vocals
John Rutsey Drums
Rudy Sarzo Bass, Vocals
Ingo Schwichtenberg Drums
Duncan Scott Drums
Hank Shermann Guitar
Jerry Shirley Drums
Muzz Skillings Bass, Vocals
Alex Skolnick Guitar
Derek Smalls Bass, Vocals
Neal Smith Drums, Background Vocals
Dee Snider Vocals
Jeff Scott Soto Vocals
Micky Lee Soule Keyboards
Dan Spitz Guitar
Derek St. Holmes Guitar, Vocals
David St. Hubbins Guitar, Vocals
Greg Steele Guitar, Vocals
Marc Storace Vocals
Dennis Stratton Guitar, Vocals
Michael Sweet Guitar, Vocals
Robert Sweet Drums
Akira Takasaki Guitar
Brian Tatler Guitar
Gary Thain Bass
Glenn Tipton Guitar, Vocals
Nigel Tufnel Guitar, Vocals
Nik Turner Flute, Oboe, Saxophone
Lars Ulrich Drums
John Van Tongeren Keyboards
Fernando Von Arb Guitar
Steve Wacholz Drums
Billy Ward Drums
Pete Way Bass
Michael Weikath Guitar, Background Vocals
Robb Weir Guitar, Vocals
Paul Whaley Drums
Enid Williams Bass, Vocals
Sam Yaffa Bass
Masayoshi Yamashita Bass
Kirk Arrington Percussion, Drums
Chuck Billy Vocals
Biff Byford Vocals
Greg Christian Bass
Louie Clemente Drums
Scott Columbus Percussion, Drums
Bobby Dall Bass
C.C. DeVille Guitar
Joey DeMaio Bass
Duke Erickson Bass
Marcel Jacob Bass
Eric Peterson Guitar
Rikki Rockett Drums
Kurdt Vanderhoof Guitar
Craig Wells Guitar
Rob Affuso Drums
Sebastian Bach Vocals
Cliff Burton Bass
Matthias Jobs Guitar
Mike Kirkland Bass
Dave "The Snake" Sabo Guitar
Gar Samuelson Drums
Phil Anselmo Vocals
Diamond Darrell Guitar
Chris DeGarmo Guitar
Bobby "Blitz" Ellsworth Vocals
Bobby Gustafson Guitar
Eddie Jackson Bass
Rat Skates Drums
Geoff Tate Vocals
D.D. Verni Bass
Michael Wilton Guitar
Steve Abbey Drums
Lorne Black Bass
Igor Cavalera Drums
Max Cavalera Guitar, Vocals
Mikkey Dee Drums
Taime Downe Vocals
Ian Jones Rhythm Guitar
Andreas Kisser Guitar
Paulo Jr. Bass
Jim Sirotto Guitar
Nasty Suicide Guitar
Eddie Clarke Guitar
Brent Muscat Guitar, Vocals
Rob "Wacko" Hunter Drums, Vocals
Andy LaRocque Guitar
David King Vocals
Tommy Victor Guitar, Vocals
Pete Blakk Guitar
Timi Grabber Bass
Donnie Mossov Bass
Hal Patino Bass
Kim Ruzz Drums
Eric Stacy Bass, Vocals
Dallas Royal Drums
Angry Anderson Vocals
Chris Holmes Guitar
Randy Piper Guitar
Dave Holland Drums
Paul Quinn Guitar
Lemmy Kilmister Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Donovan Leitch Jr. Vocals, Guest Appearance
Dave Murray Guitar
John Ryan Gallagher Bass, Vocals
"Wild" Mick Brown Drums, Vocals
Anthony "Abbadon" Bray Drums
Conrad "Cronos" "Mister Cronos" Lant Bass, Vocals
Vivien Savage Keyboards
Phil Taylor Drums
Markus Großkopf Bass, Background Vocals
Eddie Trunk Interviewee
Mario Maglieri Interviewee
Timothy Glass Bass
Brian Ross Vocals
Erik Braunn Guitar
Rudolf Schenker Guitar, Vocals
Mark Michals Drums
Steve English Bass
Technical Credits
Edvard Grieg Composer
Mason Williams Liner Notes
Anthrax Composer
Eddie Cochran Composer
Alice Cooper Composer, Author
Don Dokken Composer, Author
Fastway Composer
Ian Gillan Composer
Sammy Hagar Composer
Hawkwind Producer
Ian Hunter Composer
Yngwie Malmsteen Composer, Producer
Ted Nugent Composer
Overkill Composer
Rush Producer
Michael Schenker Composer
Sepultura Composer
Slayer Producer
Paul Stanley Composer
Venom Producer
Ritchie Blackmore Composer, Producer
Mick Farren Composer
Roger Glover Composer
Ken Hensley Composer
Jon Lord Composer
Herman Rarebell Composer
Rose Tattoo Composer
George Lynch Composer
Martin Cruz Smith Producer
John Sykes Composer
Tom (Colonel) Allom Producer
Tom Araya Composer
Roy Baker Producer
Frankie Banali Composer
Gary Barden Composer
Doug Bennett Producer
Martin Birch Producer
Rachel Bolan Composer
Gerry Bron Producer
Ric Browde Producer
Hugh Brown Art Direction
Scott Burns Producer
Geezer Butler Composer, Author
William Calhoun Composer
Jerry Capehart Composer
Carlos Cavazo Composer
Tony Cavazo Composer
David Coverdale Composer
Robbin Crosby Composer
Paul Curcio Producer
Terry Date Producer
Cliff Davies Producer
Warren DeMartini Composer
Jon Deverill Composer
King Diamond Producer
Brian Dick Composer
Dieter Dierks Producer
Ronnie James Dio Composer, Producer
Mark Dodson Producer
K.K. Downing Composer
Kevin DuBrow Composer
Bob Ezrin Composer, Producer
Bruce Fairbairn Producer
Oz Fox Producer
Lew Futterman Producer
Stephan Galfas Producer
Mark Gallagher Composer
Corey Glover Composer
Christopher Guest Composer, Producer
Rob Halford Composer, Author
Jeff Hanneman Composer
Sean Harris Composer
Dan Hersch Remastering
James Hetfield Composer
Kevin Heybourne Composer
Beau Hill Producer
Jim Hilton Producer
Scott Ian Author
Doug Ingle Composer
Bill Inglot Remastering
Andy Johns Producer
Tom Keifer Composer
Mark Kendall Composer, Producer
Abe "Voco" Kesh Producer
Kerry King Author
Michael Kiske Composer
Eddie Kramer Producer
Murray Krugman Producer
Michael Lardie Composer, Producer
Blackie Lawless Composer, Producer
Geddy Lee Composer
Alex Lifeson Composer
David Lucas Producer
Henrik Lund Producer
Vic Maile Producer
Kim McAuliffe Composer
Andy McCoy Composer
Klaus Meine Composer
Johnny Lee Middleton Composer
Phil Mogg Composer
Dave Mustaine Composer, Producer
Ron Nevison Producer
Tommy Newton Producer
Minoru Niihara Composer
Alan Niven Composer, Producer
Max Norman Producer
Paul O'Neill Producer
Criss Oliva Composer
Jon Oliva Composer
Keith Olsen Producer
Ian Paice Composer
Ted Parsons Composer
Vinnie Paul Author
Stephen Pearcy Composer
Sandy Pearlman Producer
Alex Perialas Producer
Jeff Pilson Composer
Spencer Proffer Producer
Flemming Rasmussen Producer
Vernon Reid Composer
Rocky Laws Composer
Donald Roeser Composer
Ross the Boss Composer
Rick Rubin Producer
Hank Shermann Composer
Muzz Skillings Composer
Alex Skolnick Composer
Dee Snider Composer
Ed Stasium Producer
Marc Storace Composer
Mickey Sweeney Producer
Michael Sweet Composer, Producer
Robert Sweet Composer, Producer
Akira Takasaki Composer
Brian Tatler Composer
Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor Composer
Ted Templeman Producer
David Tickle Producer
Glenn Tipton Composer, Author
Chris Tsangarides Producer
Lars Ulrich Composer
Mike Varney Producer
Fernando Von Arb Composer
Michael Wagener Producer
Pete Way Composer
Robb Weir Composer
Tom Werman Producer
Harry Shearer Composer, Producer
Chuck Billy Composer
Joey DeMaio Composer
Kurdt Vanderhoof Composer
Craig Wells Composer
Dave "The Snake" Sabo Composer
Max West Producer
Michael McKean Composer, Producer
Mick Wall Liner Notes, Author
Rob Reiner Composer
Chris DeGarmo Composer
Will Malone Producer
Geoff Tate Author
Taime Downe Composer
Ian Jones Composer
Eddie Clarke Composer
Roberto Falcao Producer
Mike Chapman Producer
Rob "Wacko" Hunter Composer
Tommy Victor Composer
John Srebalus Interviewer
Reg Fellows Producer
Kenny Nemes Liner Notes
Mike Stone Producer
Mick Smiley Composer
Lemmy Kilmister Composer, Author
Tony Bray Composer
Jeff Dunn Composer
Conrad Lant Composer
Martin Popoff Liner Notes, Track Notes
Randy Burns Producer
Marc Salata Liner Notes
George McWilliams Art Direction
Chris Welch Liner Notes
Lonn Friend Interviewer
Katherine Turman Interviewer
Charles Norbeck Discographical Annotation
Keith Nichol Producer
Brian Ross Composer
Eric Peterson Composer
Rudolf Schenker Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    What's missing here?

    Very good. However, Where is Ozzy? Where is AC/DC? Aerosmith? I know you must choose from thousands of songs. Get rid of the hair bands and you would have room for all of the missing anthems. This set contains none of the classic riffs that popularized metal. Ever hear of Van Halen? How can you compile a heavy album without them? Overall, I say a B+. Most of my personal favorite's made the gig. But, without Smoke on the Water, Iron Man, and at least Back in Black, this set overlooked the obvious. PS: Keep trying...........

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