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

  1. Jan 01,  · No Remorse is the fifth studio album by the British heavy metal band Tokyo Blade, released in by the German GAMA Musikverlag sub-label Hot Blood Records. The album was recorded as a collaboration between guitarist Andy Boulton and the German band and label-mates Dead Ballerinas, with songs coming from both parts.4/5(4).
  2. Almost identical copy as Tokyo Blade - Tokyo Blade with same CD-label-design, cover, backcover etc. but different Matrix. The print of the CD-booklet may have been misprinted as the last sheet in the middle should have been positioned vice-versa, it's not chronological sony by song but mixed.
  3. RE-PRESS: CD ORIGINALLY RELEASED IN • Tokyo Blade originally formed in , releasing their self-titled debut in (CD 1 of this release). Formed around guitarist Andy Boulton, he was joined on their debut by Alan Marsh on lead vocals, John Wiggins on guitar, Andy Robbins on bass and Steve Pierce on drums, making a significant impact on the burgeoning NWOBHM scene that had been.
  4. Nov 23,  · Songs like `Powergame', `If heaven is hell' and `Killer City' are ideal examples of that approach. On the other hand this debut hints, in its own way, the shift in `Tokyo Blade's' musical direction that would take place during the second half of the s with the song `Tonight'.
  5. '80s heavy metallists Tokyo Blade went through numerous line up changes during their career, but their only constant throughout it all was founding member Andy Boulton (guitar). First going by such names as White Diamond, Killer, and Genghis Khan, the group eventually settled on Tokyo Blade /5(23).
  6. 1 Powergame 2 Break The Chains 3 If Heaven Is Hell 4 On through the night 5 Killer City 6 Liar 7 Tonight 9 Sunrise In Tokyo 9 Blue Ridge Mountains Of Virginia (not Listed On The Tracklist) CD2: 1 Someone To Love 2 Night Of The Blade 3 Rock Me To The Limit 4 Warrior Of The Rising Sun 5 Unleash The Beast 6 Lovestruck 7 Dead Of The Night.
  7. England's Tokyo Blade wasn't one of the first bands riding the crest of the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal, but they weren't the last either. The quintet had a pretty good run between and , releasing five full-length albums, many EPs, and live video album. A short-lived rebound came in the mid-Nineties, another around

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