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Greg Hill – London Accent [1992]

Country USA

Style Hard Rock / Metal

Rating 78/100

Band Members Greg Hill – Vocals,guitars,harp,dobro, Ken McClung,Steve Lehman,Brandy Spencer – Drums, Brian Srurgis,Scott Free – Bass, Tom Berry,Dave Murphy – Guitars, Dave Turner – Keyboards

Tracks 01. Bonneville, 02. I Believe, 03. Stars Above, 04. Snowblind, 05. Keep The Wolves Away, 06. Axe To Grind, 07. 38 Special, 08. Can’t Fake The Blues, 09. This Is America, Man, 10. Excuse Me, 11. Texas Angel, 12. Battle Of Culloden Moor (1746), 13. Power Of Stone, 14. Maybe

Profile A completely-impossible-to-find nowdays, privately-released (Lindisfarne Records) hard n’ heavy album from the former front-man of 80s San Francisco-based Metallers Dammaj. I would assume that the album’s title is a nod towards it’s musical style and influences, as, despite hailing from the epicentre of Thrash, Hill’s previous band was actually formed by two brothers from Luton, England and played a more British-derived style which was popular amongst fans of the NWOBHM bands of the time. This solo album obviously takes it’s cues from that earlier era of Heavy Metal, offer us fourteen original songs written by Hill himself.

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