Lucifer's Friend

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Lucifer's Friend - Mind Exploding Mind Exploding
Pop Used - LP JXS 7030 Janus
Rare 1976 Original.... more details
 
Lucifer's Friend - Where The Groupies Killed The Blues Where The Groupies Killed The Blues
Pop Used - LP PPSD 98008 Passport
1975 Original With Insert.... more details
 
Lucifer's Friend - Lucifer's Friend Lucifer's Friend
Pop New - LP 1002 Billingsgate
Sealed 1973 U.S. First Pressing. Released In Germany In 1970 As Philips 6305 068 919. Super Energetic German Rock Group With More Than A Passing Resemblance To Led Zeppelin.... more details
 
Lucifer's Friend - Lucifer's Friend Lucifer's Friend
Pop Used - LP 1002 Billingsgate
Rare 1973 U.S. First Pressing. Released In Germany In 1970 As Philips 6305 068 919. Super Energetic German Rock Group With More Than A Passing Resemblance To Led Zeppelin. Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Lucifer's Friend - Good Time Warrior Good Time Warrior
Pop Used - LP 6E-159 Elektra
1978 Butterfly Label Original In Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Lucifer's Friend - Mean Machine Mean Machine
Pop Used - LP 5E 559 Elektra
1981 Original.... more details
 
Lucifer's Friend - I'm Just A Rock 'N' Roll Singer I'm Just A Rock 'N' Roll Singer
Pop New - LP BG 1008 Billingsgate
Sealed 1974 Original. Features Herb Geller On Soprano Sax.... more details
 
Lucifer's Friend - Mind Exploding Mind Exploding
Pop Used - LP JXS 7030 Janus
1976 Original With Cut Corner.... more details
 
Lucifer's Friend - Lucifer's Friend Lucifer's Friend
Pop Used - LP 1002 Billingsgate
Beautiful 1973 White Label Original Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Appears Unplayed. “Although They Would Develop A More Prog-Influenced Style, This Debut Album Finds Lucifer's Friend Living Up To Their Sinister Name By Performing Heavy, Keyboard-Textured Rock In The Vein Of Deep Purple Or Uriah Heep. It Gets Off To A Thunderous Start With "Ride The Sky," A Punchy Rocker Built On A Rumbling, Guitar-Fuelled Melody Reminiscent Of "The Immigrant Song" By Led Zeppelin. From There, The Band Works Its Way Through A Series Of Songs That Combine Heavy Guitar Riffs With Often-Complex Arrangements That Border On Prog Rock: "Keep Goin'" Builds From Organ-Led Verses Into A Guitar-Dense Jam Driven Home By John Lawton's Wailing Vocals, And The Title Track Effectively Contrasts Heavy Guitar-Laden Verses With An Eerie Chorus Full Odd Keyboard And Vocal Effects To Create Its Spooky Atmosphere. Another Highlight Is "In The Time Of Job When Mammon Was A Yippie," An Eccentric But Fun Rocker Featuring Lawton Delivering An Odd Take On Biblical History Over A Steady Hard Rock Groove From The Band. A Downside Of The Album Is That It Lacks The Varied Instrumental Textures That Would Make Lucifer's Friend's Later Work So Interesting, But It Makes Up For This Problem With A Consistently High Level Of Energy, Clever Arrangements, And A Full-Throttle Vocal Performance From Lawton. All In All, Lucifer's Friend Is A Solid Debut And A Worthwhile Album For Any Listener Interested In The Roots Of Heavy Metal.” Donald A. Guarisco, AMG.... more details
 
Lucifer's Friend - Lucifer's Friend Lucifer's Friend
Pop Used - LP 1002 Billingsgate
Beautiful 1973 White Label Original With The Original Billingsgate Inner Sleeve. Clean Cut Out Hole. Appears Unplayed. “Although They Would Develop A More Prog-Influenced Style, This Debut Album Finds Lucifer's Friend Living Up To Their Sinister Name By Performing Heavy, Keyboard-Textured Rock In The Vein Of Deep Purple Or Uriah Heep. It Gets Off To A Thunderous Start With "Ride The Sky," A Punchy Rocker Built On A Rumbling, Guitar-Fuelled Melody Reminiscent Of "The Immigrant Song" By Led Zeppelin. From There, The Band Works Its Way Through A Series Of Songs That Combine Heavy Guitar Riffs With Often-Complex Arrangements That Border On Prog Rock: "Keep Goin'" Builds From Organ-Led Verses Into A Guitar-Dense Jam Driven Home By John Lawton's Wailing Vocals, And The Title Track Effectively Contrasts Heavy Guitar-Laden Verses With An Eerie Chorus Full Odd Keyboard And Vocal Effects To Create Its Spooky Atmosphere. Another Highlight Is "In The Time Of Job When Mammon Was A Yippie," An Eccentric But Fun Rocker Featuring Lawton Delivering An Odd Take On Biblical History Over A Steady Hard Rock Groove From The Band. A Downside Of The Album Is That It Lacks The Varied Instrumental Textures That Would Make Lucifer's Friend's Later Work So Interesting, But It Makes Up For This Problem With A Consistently High Level Of Energy, Clever Arrangements, And A Full-Throttle Vocal Performance From Lawton. All In All, Lucifer's Friend Is A Solid Debut And A Worthwhile Album For Any Listener Interested In The Roots Of Heavy Metal.” Donald A. Guarisco, AMG.... more details
 
Lucifer's Friend - Sneak Me In Sneak Me In
Prog New - LP 6E-265 Elektra
Sealed 1980 Original. Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Lucifer's Friend - Mean Machine Mean Machine
Pop Used - LP 5E 559 Elektra
Rare 1981 White Label Promo With Gold Promo Stamp On Cover. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 

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