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Warrior - Featuring Vinnie Vincent / Jimmy Waldo / Gary Shea / Hirsh Gardner
Review by Gary Hill

This album has never been released before. The story behind its creation is unusual. 


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WASP - Unholy Terror
Review by Mike Korn
One of the most decadent and outrageous bands to emerge from the Southern California metal scene in the 80's was WASP.
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Waverly Lies North - A Soul in the Void
Review by Gary Hill
There are moments here that would qualify as progressive rock.

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Whitesnake - Restless Heart
Review by Greg Olma
Looking back, I can't believe it was 7 years between Whitesnake albums. 1990 saw the release of Slip of the Tongue , undoubtedly Whitesnake's most "metal" long player. Seven years later, we were treated to an all together different Whitesnake.
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WildeStarr - Beyond The Rain
Review by Mike Korn

This album is proof positive that great art can come out of tragedy. It’s a concept album inspired by the suicide of singer London Wilde’s brother Gary, also a musician.


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Witche's Brew - Against the Grain
Review by Gary Hill
I have to say that I really don't like the vocals on this album. Beyond that, though, the sound is quite cool.

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Witchery - Symphony for the Devil
Review by Mike Korn
It seems a crying shame that this record didn't arrive in time for inclusion in the last edition of MSJ. That issue tried to focus on spooky stuff and no band fits the bill better than Witchery, who's brand
of "horror metal" perhaps would have made them Poe's favorite metal band (if we can envision Poe headbanging it would surely be to Witchery)!

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Witchfynde - Divine Victims: Witchfynde Albums 1980-1983
Review by Gary Hill
You could sort of think of Witchfynde as one of the underappreciated bands of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal.

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Within Another - EP
Review by Gary Hill
This independent four-track release shows a prog metal band that will probably go places. The group seem to have very solid instrumental and compositional skills.

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