8 thoughts on “ Backs To The Wall - Saxon - Saxon (CD, Album) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Saxon on Discogs. Label: EMI (2) - 6 2 6 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal2/5(1).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Saxon on Discogs. Label: Parlophone - 6 2 6,Parlophone - • Format: CD Album, Remastered • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal/5(6).
  3. Saxon have a back catalogue of around 20 studio album's. (As of ).If you've just discovered them, try this compilation. Lots of their classic song's from the 80's are here/5(91).
  4. Saxon, over the decades have gone from being pioneers of the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal, to becoming one of the most successful UK rock acts of all time. The truth, though, is that Saxon have always transcended trends and eras. From 's 'Saxon' album to new album ‘Thunderbolt’, the band have enjoyed considerable success.
  5. studio album by Saxon Saxon Studio album by Saxon ReleasedRecordedJanuary–March GenreHeavy metal Length LabelCarrere ProducerJohn Verity Saxon chronology Saxon Wheels of Steel Singles from Saxon "Stallions of the Highway / Big Teaser" Released: March "Big Teaser / Stallions of the Highway" Released: June "Backs to the Wall / Militia guard" Released: November Saxon is the debut studio album .
  6. Saxon’s self-titled debut album was originally released on 21st May and is arguably the first NWOBHM album to be committed to tape. It took the new sound of NWOBHM and paired it up with their early progressive and glam rock influences. It was the band in their infancy but ultimately pu.
  7. Warriors of the Road - The Saxon Chronicles Part II () The Saxon Chronicles () Let Me Feel Your Power () UK singles "Big Teaser" b/w "Stallions of the Highway" (, Carrere Records CAR ) "Backs to the Wall" b/w "Militia Guard" (, Carrere CAR ) "Wheels of Steel" b/w "Stand Up and Be Counted" (, Carrere CAR ) - #
  8. The Very Best of Saxon?Well, not quite. But for heavy metal and hard rock fans hoping to get an expansive look at the glorious first-third and disastrous second-third of Saxon's career (while doing without the often redeeming last third) could do a lot worse than this three-disc set titled, unimaginatively enough, The Very Best of diotutetalocomp.camtenttitildebiguladtingsunleroo.co start with, the packaging is succinct but satisfying.

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