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GLASGOW

Country United Kingdom

Style Hard Rock

Formed in 1982 and disbanded in 1988, releasing only one full-length album during that time, Glasgow never gained deserved attention from metal fans. Their music is closest to “melodic NWOBHM” or NWOBHM with some pop metal touch, and that mix works great. Both songs on this single are masterpieces in the same league with greatest NWOBHM bands.

Glasgow’s music was at the beginning a mix of good Rock covers from AC/DC and Deep Purple and their own heavy metal/melodic Rock material, they quickly signed to “Neat Records” in 1983 and released the single “Under The Lights” a three song 12” single followed by a 7” single called “Stranded” with “In The Heat Of The Night” as the B side and appeared at Kelvingrove abd East Kilbride Festivals.

In 1983 they support Pallas, Spider, Nazareth and Budgie, while in 1985 the big response to their ep that comes from all over the world led them to support tour of twenty one days with Uriah Heep, while voted #4 rock band on Nashville Radio Station with ZZ Top, Motley Crue and AC/DC ahead of them. The song “Secrets in the Dark” is written and originally recorded by Chris Thompson from Manfred Manns Earth Band, then in 1985 by Eric Martin and Glasgow’s is the third version.

– Zero Four One [1987]

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