Holocaust

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Holocaust - No Mans Land No Mans Land
Heavy Metal Used - LP PSPLP 5 Phoenix
Beautiful 1984 Original.... more details
 
Holocaust - Live (Hot Curry & Wine) Live (Hot Curry & Wine)
Heavy Metal Used - LP PSPLP 4 Phoenix
Super Rare 1983 Gatefold Original. Jacket Has Some Very Slight Wear, Vinyl Is Mint.... more details
 
Holocaust - Nightcomers Nightcomers
Heavy Metal Used - LP PSP LP 1 Phoenix
Very Rare 1981 Heavy Vinyl Original. Jacket Has The Slightest Hint Of Wear, Vinyl Appears Mint. “Except For Diamond Head, Probably No Other New Wave Of British Heavy Metal Band Had As Much Of An Impact On The Sound Made Famous By Metallica As Holocaust (See The Metal Legends' Cover Of Holocaust's "The Small Hours" -- Not Featured Here). In Fact, Only The Aforementioned Diamond Head And The Great Iron Maiden Could Compare To Holocaust In Terms Of Authentic, Straightforward Heavy Metal Intensity. Lyrically, The Band Didn't Waste Time With Shag Anthems À La Def Leppard Or Delve Into Grand Historical Themes Like Maiden, They Just Plain Rocked Out -- Judas Priest-Style. The Classic "Heavy Metal Mania" ("I've Got Heavy Metal Music In My Blood") And "Smokin' Valves" ("I Love To Rock! I Love To Get Down Low") Are Perfect Examples, Stating The Obvious With Endearing Cheesiness. But Holocaust Were About Big, Blunt Riffs, Not Small Talk. Just Witness The Sabbath-Inspired Power Chords Which Reign Supreme On The Title Track, "Mavrock," And Their Masterpiece, "Death Or Glory." The Slightly Looser "Cryin' Shame" Is Probably The Only Exception, Standing Out As The Album's Only Obvious Single Thanks To Its Catchy Riff.” - Eduardo Rivadavia, All Music Guide... more details
 
Holocaust - Nightcomers Nightcomers
Heavy Metal New - LP PSP LP 1 Phoenix
Sealed, Rare 1981 Gatefold Original. “Except For Diamond Head, Probably No Other New Wave Of British Heavy Metal Band Had As Much Of An Impact On The Sound Made Famous By Metallica As Holocaust (See The Metal Legends' Cover Of Holocaust's "The Small Hours" -- Not Featured Here). In Fact, Only The Aforementioned Diamond Head And The Great Iron Maiden Could Compare To Holocaust In Terms Of Authentic, Straightforward Heavy Metal Intensity. Lyrically, The Band Didn't Waste Time With Shag Anthems À La Def Leppard Or Delve Into Grand Historical Themes Like Maiden, They Just Plain Rocked Out -- Judas Priest-Style. The Classic "Heavy Metal Mania" ("I've Got Heavy Metal Music In My Blood") And "Smokin' Valves" ("I Love To Rock! I Love To Get Down Low") Are Perfect Examples, Stating The Obvious With Endearing Cheesiness. But Holocaust Were About Big, Blunt Riffs, Not Small Talk. Just Witness The Sabbath-Inspired Power Chords Which Reign Supreme On The Title Track, "Mavrock," And Their Masterpiece, "Death Or Glory." The Slightly Looser "Cryin' Shame" Is Probably The Only Exception, Standing Out As The Album's Only Obvious Single Thanks To Its Catchy Riff.” - Eduardo Rivadavia, All Music Guide.... more details
 

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