Grim Reaper

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Rock You To Hell
Heavy Metal Used - LP 6250 1 RCA
1987 Original. ... more details
 
Grim Reaper - Rock You To Hell Rock You To Hell
Heavy Metal Used - LP 6250 RCA
1987 Original. Very Slight Ring Wear.... more details
 
Grim Reaper - Fear No Evil Fear No Evil
Heavy Metal New - LP AFL1-5431 Ebony
Sealed 1985 Original With Custom "Reaper Madness Contest" Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Small Saw Notch.... more details
 
Grim Reaper - See You In Hell See You In Hell
Heavy Metal New - LP NFL1-8038 RCA
Sealed 1984 Original With Custom Album Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Grim Reaper - Fear No Evil Fear No Evil
Heavy Metal Used - LP AFL1-5431 RCA
Beautiful 1985 Original. Appears Unplayed. Includes Reaper Madness Contest Insert. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Grim Reaper - See You In Hell See You In Hell
Heavy Metal Used - LP NFL1-8038 RCA
Beautiful 1984 Original. Appears Unplayed. “Grim Reaper Became The Unlikeliest Of Over-Achievers When Their Modest, Independently Released First Album, See You In Hell, Was Unexpectedly Picked Up By RCA Records For Worldwide Distribution And Proceeded To Climb Up The American Charts. The Irony Of This Is That The Band Had Been Kicking Around The U.K. Scene For Years, Taking Part In, But Never Really Taking Off With, The New Wave Of British Heavy Metal Earlier In The Decade. So, When They Were Finally Handed A Record Deal By Tiny Start-Up Ebony Records, Few Could Have Predicted That Bigger Things Lay Just Around The Corner, Least Of All The Band Members Themselves. But That's Exactly What Happened, As The Album's Fist-Pumping Title Track And Its Accompanying Video (Later The Subject Of Much Derision At The Hands Of Beavis And Butthead) Helped See You In Hell March Up The Charts To Number 73 And Shift A Quarter Of A Million Units To Boot. Barring The Requisite Power Ballad Fiasco, "The Show Must Go On," The Entire Album Is Consistently Strong, With Further Standouts Like "Wrath Of The Reaper" And "Run For Your Life" Having Aged Better Than One Might Expect -- Outdated '80s-Style Production Job And Grimmett's More Exaggerated Falsetto Moments Notwithstanding. And, To Be Fair, See You In Hell Is Truly An Album Of Its Time, And Should Be Respected As Such.” Eduardo Rivadavia, AMG.... more details
 
Grim Reaper - See You In Hell See You In Hell
Heavy Metal Used - LP NFL1-8038 RCA
Beautiful 1984 Original. Shrink Wrap Intact With Custom Hype Sticker. Saw Cut. Record Appears Unplayed. “Grim Reaper Became The Unlikeliest Of Over-Achievers When Their Modest, Independently Released First Album, See You In Hell, Was Unexpectedly Picked Up By RCA Records For Worldwide Distribution And Proceeded To Climb Up The American Charts. The Irony Of This Is That The Band Had Been Kicking Around The U.K. Scene For Years, Taking Part In, But Never Really Taking Off With, The New Wave Of British Heavy Metal Earlier In The Decade. So, When They Were Finally Handed A Record Deal By Tiny Start-Up Ebony Records, Few Could Have Predicted That Bigger Things Lay Just Around The Corner, Least Of All The Band Members Themselves. But That's Exactly What Happened, As The Album's Fist-Pumping Title Track And Its Accompanying Video (Later The Subject Of Much Derision At The Hands Of Beavis And Butthead) Helped See You In Hell March Up The Charts To Number 73 And Shift A Quarter Of A Million Units To Boot. Barring The Requisite Power Ballad Fiasco, "The Show Must Go On," The Entire Album Is Consistently Strong, With Further Standouts Like "Wrath Of The Reaper" And "Run For Your Life" Having Aged Better Than One Might Expect -- Outdated '80s-Style Production Job And Grimmett's More Exaggerated Falsetto Moments Notwithstanding. And, To Be Fair, See You In Hell Is Truly An Album Of Its Time, And Should Be Respected As Such.” Eduardo Rivadavia, AMG.... more details
 

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