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Hammer Horror
Review by Rick Damigella
What do you get when one of the loudest, nastiest bands to ride the first wave of punk/metal crossover with the English film “studio that dripped blood?” You get Warfare’s Hammer Horror.
The Lemmy Sessions (3 CD set)
Review by Gary Hill
Warfare was one of the earliest bands to merge punk rock and heavy metal. This new collection is the first release of an alternate mix of their 1985 album Metal Anarchy.

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Various Artists - Winds of Time_ The New Wave of British Heavy Metal 1979-1985
Review by Gary Hill

This three-CD set really serves as a great introduction to the New Wave of British Heavy Metal. You get songs from bands ranging from Diamond Head to Venom to Girlschool, and everything in between.

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