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“They’re very hard songs to sing. Sometimes I’m thinking, what the hell was I thinking? Why am I putting myself through this? But I really love these songs, and I really love singing live,” says Edge Of Paradise vocalist Margarita Monet, talking about her band’s brand new EP titled Alive.
 
Alive is the third release from California based industrial metal outfit Edge Of Paradise. After releasing two previous full-length albums: Mask (2011) and Immortal Waltz (2015), Margarita, along with her bandmates Dave Bates (guitar), John Chominsky (drums), and Nick Ericson (bass) opted to record a five-song EP as opposed to another full-length album for reasons which she explains. “Honestly, it’s due to budgeting because we pay for everything ourselves. We didn’t want to wait too long to release another album, we wanted to keep the momentum going. Also, we want to make sure every single song is as great as possible production-wise to compete with the bigger bands out there. And all these songs (on Alive) have a common theme to them; it felt like a good package to present to the world.”
 
Does Alive fall under the category of concept record? “Maybe… it has a message to it. Every song deals with a different issue, but they all explore the modern day way of living and how we get so caught up in it that we forget we’re actually alive; our humanity and that sort of stuff.” It seems that everybody is glued to their screen these days – be it their phone, tablet, or computer – that’s all they’re concerned about and sadly, everything happening around them in the real world is missed. “Even at concerts, people watch it through their phone,” laments Margarita. “Being in a band, I have to be on my phone all the time because everything is through the Internet nowadays. But I’m not a person who would take selfies every other minute – I hate that.”
 
The aforementioned desire for top-notch production led Edge Of Paradise to assemble an all-star team to work on Alive: producer Chuck Johnson (Korn, Slipknot) was joined by Jay Ruston (Anthrax, Steel Panther), Mike Plotnikoff (Buckcherry, Fear Factory), and Michael Wagener (Metallica, Alice Cooper) on the mix. The question beckons, why enlist three different mixers for five songs? “Michael Wagener is part of the team; he produced our last CD Immortal Waltz, and we wanted to have him on this as well. ‘Mystery’ is a ballad and Michael’s the king of ballads; it was awesome that he could mix that for us. We started working with Jay Ruston, but he was working with Stone Sour and we had a deadline, so we were introduced to Mike Plotnikoff – he’s amazing, and he’s ten minutes away from us; that worked out really well. ‘Dust To Dust’ and ‘Humanoid’, the songs that he mixed, he really put his stamp on it and elevated them to a new level. We didn’t plan this but everything fell into place and we couldn’t be happier with it.”

“Mystery” really sticks out because of the piano part, and the fact that it’s a ballad when the other four songs on Alive are heavier in nature. “I’ve played piano my whole life so I wanted to incorporate that,” admits Margarita. “I play keyboards on all the songs. I like to play around with sounds and now the music is more industrial, I feel really comfortable playing this sort of stuff. I was happy we had a song I could do that on.” When it comes to the live setting, will the piano and keyboards be tracks that are played from the soundboard? “If the stage is big enough I’ll probably play it live, and then throughout the song we’ll have the track come in. I sometimes will incorporate the keyboard live; I’m not stuck behind it, sometimes I play during the guitar solos. But as we move along, I think we might actually get a keyboard player.”

Returning to the studio, Margarita recalls laying down the music that came to be the Alive EP. “We recorded ‘Shade Of Crazy’ probably six months ago, but we didn’t get the distribution deal (with ILS / Universal) until four months ago; that accelerated the process because we had to get it done. We had the songs written, but recording them is another thing because our songs are very layered. It takes us about a month to record a song and make it really good. We had to rush this a little bit so all in all, it took us about six months to finish everything – with a little break in the middle cause we went on tour. We went to different studios; we recorded at Clear Lakes, we also recorded at Terence’s Studio out in Thousand Oaks – wherever we could get into we went. We have a little studio at home where we demo everything… it’s a pain in the ass when you go to different studios. It’s such a headache to edit the files and make sure everything is in the right place. I wish we could just go to one place and do the whole record there. Being a new band, you have to deal with all this stuff; but I learned my Pro Tools.” Speaking of “Shade Of Crazy”, one just has to ask, what shade of crazy are you? “Oh god! Many shades of crazy… to be doing this, you have to be crazy right. I’m actually pretty normal, but everyone has their different sides. I show my crazy side on stage – there you go.”

Thus far two videos have been filmed to promote Alive, both of which can be seen below. One for “Shade Of Crazy” and one for the title track. Margarita enjoyed those experiences, yet describes them as “a pain in the ass, honestly. We had to do everything ourselves – build our sets, make our costumes – but it was cool to be in control of it. We had a lot of fun doing it, but it’s so much work making videos. I hope that we’re going to make more for these songs cause we could come up with some cool concepts.”

The artwork that adorns Alive, pictured above and created by Timo Wuerz, is rather striking. “He made it just for us, he’s amazing! Timo did the cover for our last CD Immortal Waltz, he was introduced to us by our previous label Pure Steel in Germany. When it came time for this CD, he had to do it. I didn’t want to tell him exactly what I wanted. We just told him kind of what the music is about and let him come up with it, because it’s always good to have someone else’s perspective. He sent us a bunch of different sketches and we went with this painting.”

In closing, Margarita looks both back and forward. Compared to the previous Edge Of Paradise albums Mask and Immortal Waltz, Alive “is a whole new world, another planet. It’s another level for us. It’s a natural evolution. Mask sounds like a different band because I didn’t write any of the songs. I consider Immortal Waltz our debut CD. And Alive really showcases the potential of the band. We’ve grown as musicians and as people; I’m a more mature vocalist and songwriter now. As a singer you never stop evolving.”

For the future, “the goal is to tour as much as we can and keep recording music.” Margarita’s dream tour package would include “Rammstein, Korn, and Rob Zombie; those bands with us right in the middle.” Those acts have pretty elaborate stage shows, something Edge Of Paradise aspires to, assuming the budget allows. “Yes, we have an elaborate show – as much as we can. The bigger the budget, the bigger the show; trust me. That’s one thing I really love about rock shows is how visual you can make them. Our music is kind of theatrical so I want to have the visuals to back it up. We already do to a certain extent, I just want it to keep evolving into a bigger, more stunning visual. We want to make the show an experience for people and draw them into our world.”

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Edge of Paradise

Alive

March 10th, 2017

ILS/UNIVERSAL

KICK ASS METAL

RATING 100 OUT OF 100 BURING FLYING V’S

—FULL SCORE —

—PERFECT HARD ROCK/HEAVY METAL—

ALBUM OF THE YEAR 2017 HARD ROCK/HEAVY METAL

TOP 100 ALBUMS OF THE YEAR 2017

TOP 100 ALBUMS OF THE DECADE 2017

TOP 100 ALBUMS OF THE 21ST CENTURY

TOP 100 ALBUMS OF ALL-TIME

BELOW IS FROM A PREVIOUS NEW ARTICLE —TIMO WUERZ  2017 ALBUM ARTWORK YEAR – WINNERS

Timo Wuerz

WINNER Best Hard Rock/ Heavy Metal Album of the Year Artwork

2017

Timo Wuerz Killer Contacts

http://www.timowuerz.com/

http://www.wild-and-free.com/

Timo Wuerz also did the artwork for the ALL TIME TIMELESS MASTSEPIECE “Immortal Waltz”

THE BELOW RECORD REVIEW IS SO AWESOME AND WELL-WRITTEN WE USED IT HERE FOR THIS ARTICLE. It is from Sonic Cathedral webZine

http://www.soniccathedral.com/webzine/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1376&Itemid=35

Well were going to change the ten out of 10 because we use 100 out of 100, we use SKULLS OR BURING FLYING V”S, more metal than stars !!! or ?????? AND adding a ALBUM OF THE YEAR comment !!!! Hey it is March 30th, 2017 … Party like its 2017!!!

CD Info

KICK•ASS•METAL

2017 ALBUM OF THE YEAR

CATEGORY HARD ROCK/HEAVY METAL
2017
ILS/Universal

March 10th, 2017
5 Tracks
English Lyrics
100/100

BLOOD DRIPPING SKULLS

OR

BURNING FLYING V’S

FULL SCORE

“I loved Edge of Paradise’s 2015 album Immortal Waltz so I was very excited to hear their new album Alive. I wasn’t disappointed. The album starts with the title track, which picks up right where Immortal Waltz left off. However, that doesn’t mean there are no surprises. Far from it, the Alive album sees EOP experimenting with new sounds, heavier and more industrial.

Regardless, the opening song “Alive” highlights all of EOP’s strengths: urgent and otherworldly vocals, in the tradition of Ronnie James Dio, from Margarita Monet; compelling rhythms from bassist Nick Ericson and drummer John Chominsky; and major riffage from guitarist Dave Bates. The guitar is actually a major plus of EOP; unlike some other bands in the genre, EOP has a classic guitar-driven sound. You can check this out in the video for “Alive,” where Dave is looking cool leaning against the wall and showing off his mastery of the instrument, starting at about 2:06. Margarita also looks fabulous in this video (as always), and I dig her female Rob Halford outfit. I hope she wears it on stage. (As a digression, EOP are fantastic live. Be sure to check them out if you have the chance. They will soon start a U.S. tour to support the Alive album, and they will also appear at the FemME festival in the Netherlands in September, with Delain.)

“Alive” also has a cool message. As explained by Margarita, the song “is dealing with us humans being so caught up in the digital world, obsessed with convenience and monetary gain, we have begun to sacrifice our humanity. We are becoming corporate led consumer machines! We get lost in the enticing virtual reality that we forget what real human interaction feels like. Break away from bombardment of advertisements, social standards, never ending race with time and just breathe, and remember what it’s like to feel alive! To connect with our fellow humans and the world!” That sentiment echoes the message of my favorite EOP song, “Break Away.”

The next song on Alive, “Dust to Dust,” is where EOP’s industrial experimentation really starts. The music, beat, and even Margarita’s voice sound more Marilyn Manson than Ronnie James Dio on this song. But it’s still really good! “Be who you wanna be, feel what you wanna feel, love how you wanna love,” Margarita chants to a club beat. Great stuff.

Next up is the album’s ballad, “Mystery,” about the tragedy and beauty of life, the universe, and everything. Margarita is a lifelong pianist so piano ballads like this come naturally to her, and are well suited to the softer side of her voice.

After that is the album’s other released single and video, “Shade of Crazy.” This song represents a heavier version of the band’s classic sound and is probably my favorite on the album. I could lose myself forever in the fast drums and seductive vocals starting at about 1:50. I can’t complain about Margarita’s amazing hair and look in the video either.

The album finishes with “Humanoid,” another Mansonesque industrial song. It works well. But sadly that’s the end. Alive is just a 5-song EP. Hopefully another full length will soon follow. In the meantime, I will wear out the bits on my phone’s flash drive re-listening to Alive. I highly recommend it!

You can learn more about Edge of Paradise on their Facebook and webpage. Also be sure to check out Alive’s nice cover art, by artist Timo Wuerz, who also did Immortal Waltz.”

BELOW ARE THE TOP 100 RIFF BASED MOLTEN METAL ALBUMS OF ALL-TIME

EDGE OF PARADISE ARE APART OF THE ACTUAL GOLD STANDRARD OF HARD ROCK/ HEAVY METAL.

EDGE OF PARADISE ARE KICK•ASS •METAL HEAVY METAL HALL OF FAME ARTIST

EDGE OF PARADISE HAS 4 ABLUMS IN THE TOP 100 ALBUMS OF ALL-TIME (TOP 30 OF ALL-TIME –EDITOR…try to keep up)……NOT BAD HUH? — EDITOR !!!!!!!!!!

 

ABATTOIR • Vicious Attack

ACCEPT • Restless and Wild

ACID • Acid

ACID • MANIAC

ACID • Live in Belgium

AGENT STEEL • Skeptics Apocalypse

AGENT STEEL • Mad Locust Rising

ANGEL DUST • Into The Dark Past

ANACRUSIS • Screams and Whispers

ANNIHILATOR • Alice In Hell

 ANTHRAX • Fistful of Metal • Megaforce Records • MRI 069

ANTHRAX • Armed And Dangerous • Megforce Records • MRS 05

ANTRHAX • Spreading The Disease

ANVIL • Metal on Metal

ANVIL • Forged in Fire

ANVIL • Live in Concert

ANVIL CHORUS • Thought Crimes

ANVIL CHORUS  • The Killing Sun

ARTILLERY  • Fear of Tomorrow

ARTILLERY  • Terror Squad

ATHEIST  •  Piece of Time

ATHEIST  • Unquestionable Presence

ATTACKER  • Battle At Helms Deep

ATTACKER  • The Second Coming

ATTACKER  • Standing The Test of Time

ATTACKER  • Giants of Canaan

ATTACKER  • Sins of the World

 

BATHORY  • Bathory

BATHORY  • The Return…

BITCH  • Damnation Alley

BITCH  • Be My Slave

BLACK SABBATH  • Mob Rules

BLIND ILLUSION  • The Sane Asylum

BLOODLUST  • Guilty As Sin

BLESSED DEATH  • KILL OR BE KILLED • Megaforce Records • MRI 1369

BLITZKREIG  • A TIME OF CHANGES

 

CACOPHONY  • SPEED METAL SYMPHONY

CAGE  • Astrology

CANDLEMASS  • Nightfall

CANDLEMASS  • Ancient Dreams

CANDLEMASS  • Tales of Creation

CATHERDRAL  • Supernatural Birth Machine

CELTIC FROST  • Morbid Tales

CELTIC FROST  • Emperor’s Return

CELTIC FROST  • To Mega Therion

COVEN  • Witchcraft Reaps Souls and Destroys Minds

COVEN  • Jinx

COVEN13  • Worship New Gods

COVEN13 • Destiny of the Gods

CIRITH UNGOL  • Frost and Fire

CIRITH UNGOL  • King of the Dead

CRYPTIC SLAUGHTER  • Convicted

CULPPRIT  • Guilty As Charged

CYNIC  • Focus

 

DARK ANGEL  • We Have Arrived

DARK ANGEL  • Darkness Descends

DARK ANGEL  • Leave Scars

DEAF DEALER  • Keeper of The Flame

DEF DEALER  • Journey Into Fear

DARKNESS  • The Gasoline Solution

DEATH  • Scream Bloody Gore

DEATH  • Leprosy

DEATH  • Spirtual Healing

DEATH  • Human

DEATH  • Individual Thought Patterns

DEATH  • Symbolic

DEATH ANGEL • Act  III

DEATH STRIKE • Fuckin’ Death

DEEP SWITCH • Nine Inches of God

DESTRUCTION • Infernal Overkill

DESTUCTOR  • Maximum Destruction

DREAM DEATH • Journey Into Fear

DOCTOR BUTCHER • Doctor Butcher

 

EDGE OF PARADISE  •  Mask

EDGE OF PARADISE •  Perfect Shade of Black

EDGE OF PARADISE •  Immortal Waltz

EDGE OF PARADISE •  Alive

EXCITER •  Heavy Metal Maniac

EXCITER • Violence & Force • Megaforce Records

EXCITER • Exciter • Double Play  Classic • Heavy Metal Maniac • Violence & Force • 1989 CD —Caroline/Megaforce Records

EXHORDER • Slaughter In the Vatican

EXODUS •  A Lesson in Violence • October 30th, 1984 Advance Cassette

EXODUS •Bonded By Blood

EXODUS • Pleasure of the Flesh

EXODUS • A Lesson In Violence (Live @ Studio 54 + March 1986 Paul Baloff Demos)

EXODUS • Another Lesson In Violence LIVE

EXODUS • Bonded By Baloff (A.L.I.V Remastered + Bonus Tracks)

EXUMER • Possessed By Fire

EXUMER • Rising By The Sea

 

FATES WARNING • Night On Brocken

FORBIDDEN • Forbidden Evil

FORBIDDEN • Twisted Into Form

 

The GATHERING • Mandylion

The GATHERING • Nightime Birds

GRAVE DIGGER • Heavy Metal Breakdown • Megaforce Records

• MRI 869

GRAVE DIGGER • Witch Hunter • Megaforce Records • MRI 1169

GRIFFIN • Flight of The Griffin

 

HAWAII • One Nation Underground

HALLOWEEN • Don’t Metal With Evil • October 30th, 1984 Advance Cassette Original Artwork

HALLOWEEN • Don’t Metal With Evil

HALLOWEEN • No One Gets Out!

HALLOWEEN • No One Gets Out! • Molten Metal Records Version features the “Vicious” Demo

HELL • “Hell” 1982 CD Demos Come on 2011 CD album

H-BOMB • Coup de metal

H-BOMB • Attaque

HEATHEN • Breaking The Silence

HEATHEN • Victims of Deception

HEATHEN • Recovered

HIRAX  • Raging Violence

HIRAX  • Not Dead Yet (Raging Violence) on CD

HOLOCAUST  • The Nightcomers

 

IMAGIKA • Imagika

IMAGIKA  • Worship

IMAGIKA  • And So It Burns

Imagika  •  Devil on Both Sides

INFERNAL MAJESTY  • None Shall Defy

INSTANITY  • Death After Death

IRON MAIDEN  • Iron Maiden

IRON MAIDEN  • Killers

IRON MAIDEN  • The Number of the Beast

 

JAGUAR  • Power Games

JAG PANZER  • Ample Destruction

JUDAS PREIST  • Killing Machine

JUDAS PRIEST  • Hell Bent for Leather

JUDAS PRIEST  • Unleashed In the East

JUDAS PRIEST  • British Steel

JUDAS PRIEST  • Painkiller

 

KING DIAMOND  • Fatal Portrait

KING DIAMOND  • Abigail

KING DIAMOND  • Them

KREATOR  • Endless Pain

KREATOR  • Pleasure To Kill

 

LIEGE LORD  • Master Control

 

MACABRE • Gloom

MALEDICTION • Condamnés

MALEDICTION • Esclave du vice

MANOWAR • Battle Hymns

MANOWAR • Into Glory Ride  • Megaforce Records

MANOWAR • Hail To England

MASSACRE  • From Beyond

MASSACRE  • Back From Beyond

MASTER  • Master

MASTER  • 1985 Unreleased Album

MEDIEVAL  • Medieval…aka 1983 Medieval Cassette Album

MEDIEVAL  • All Knobs to the Right

MEDIEVAL  • Reign of Terror

MEDIEVAL  • Medieval Kills

MEGADETH  • Rust In Peace

The MENTORS • You Axed For It

MERCYFUL FATE  • 1982 EP

MERCYFUL FATE  • Melissa

MERCYFUL FATE  • Don’t Break The Oath

MERCYFUL FATE  • Curse of The Pharaohs

MERCYFUL FATE Live From The Depths of Hell

MERCYFUL FATE  • The Beginning

MERCYFUL FATE  • Return of the Vampire

MERCYFUL FATE  • In The Shadows

METAL CHURCH  • Metal Church  • Ground Zero Records with Bonus Track “Big Guns”

METAL CHURCH  • Metal Church 1986 • CD on Elektra Records (C)1984 (P) 1986

METALLICA  • No Life ’til Leather

METALLICA  • No Life ’til Leather w/16 Minute Ron McGovney interview

METALLICA • Night of the Rivetheads — No Life ’til Leather w/Power Metal Demo — speed up

METALLICA  • Live Metal Up Your Ass

METALLICA  • Kill em ‘ All • Megaforce Records • MRI 069

METALLICA  • Ride The Lightning • Megaforce Records

• MRI 769

METALLICA • Whiplash • Megaforce Records • MRS 04

METALLICA  • Creeping Death/Jump In the Fire Cd

METALLICA  • Master of Puppets

MORBID ANGEL  • Abominations of Desolation

MORBID ANGEL  • Altars of Madness

MORBID ANGEL  • Blessed are the Sick

MORBID ANGEL  • Covenant

MORBID ANGEL  • Domination

MORBID ANGEL  • Entangled In Chaos

Motörhead • Ace of Spades

Motörhead • N Sleep ’til Hammersmith

Motörhead • Iron Fist

Motörhead • Another Perfect Day

Motörhead • No Remorse

Motörhead • Orgamsatron

 

NASTY SAVAGE • Nasty Savage

NASTY SAVGE • Indulgence

NERVOSA • 2012

NERVOSA • Time of Death

NERVOSA • Victim of Yourself

NERVOSA • Agony

NIGHTMARE • Astral Deliverance

 

OBITUARY • Slowly We Rot

OBITUARY • Cause of Death

OBLIVION • From This Day Forward

OBLIVION • From This Day Forward

OVERKILL • Feel The Fire • Megaforce Records • MRI 1469

OZ • Fire in The Brain

OZ • III Warning

OZZYOSBOURNE• Blizzard of Ozz

OZZY OSBOURNE • Diary of a Madman

OZZY OSBOURNE • Tribute

 

PAGAN ALTAR • 1982 Demo Cassette

PAGAN ALTAR • Pagan Altar Volume 1

PAGAN ALTAR • Judgment of the Dead

PILE DRIVER • Metal Inquisition

PENTAGRAM • Pentagram

PENTAGRAM • Day of Reckoning

PENTAGRAM • Relentless • Pentagram retitled

PENTAGRAM • Day of Reckoning/Relentless • Double CD

PENTAGRAM • Be Forewarned

POSSESSED • Seven Churches

 

RAVEN • All for One • Megaforce Records • MRI 269

RAVEN • Live at the Inferno • Megaforce Records • MRI 969

RAZOR • Executioners’ Song

RAZOR • Evil Invaders

REPULSION • Slaughter of the Innocent

REPULSION • Horrified

RIOT • Fire Down Under

RIOT • Thundersteel

RIOT • Privilege of Power

The RODS • Wild Dogs

RUSH • A Far Well To Kings

RUSH • Permanent Waves

RUSH • Exit…Stage Left

RUSH • Signal

RUSH • Grace Under Pressure

RUSH • Power Windows

RUSH • Hold Your Fire

RUSH • A Show of Hands

RUSH • Chronicles

RUSH • Presto

RUSH • Test For Echo

RUSH • Differnet Stages — LIVE

 

 SABBAT • History of a Time to Come

SATAN • Court in the Act

SATAN • Suspended Sentence

SATAN • Live in the Act

SATAN • Life Sentence

SATAN • Trial By Fire –Live In North America

SATAN • Atom by Atom

SAVATAGE • Sirens

SCORPIONS • Taken By Force

SACRIFICE • Torment In Fire

SACRIFICE • Forward to Termination

SACRIFICE • Soliders of Misfortune

SACRIFICE • Apocalypse Inside

SEPULTURA • Beneath The Remains

SKULLVIEW • Kings of the Universe

SINDROME • Sindrome 2 demos on 1 CD

SINDROME  • Resurrection….

SLAUGHTER • Strappado

SLAUTER XSTROYES • Winterkill

SLAUTER XSTROYES  • Free the Beast

SLAYER  • Show No Mercy

SLAYER • Haunting The Chapel

SLAYER • Hell Awaits

SLAYER • Live Undead

SLAYER  • Reign in Blood

SODOM • In The Sign of Evil

SODOM • Obsessed By Cruelty

STORMTROOPERS OF DEATH •  Speask English of Die • Megaforce Records

SUCIDIAL TENDENCIES • Suicidal Tendencies

SYRIS • Unseen Forces

 

TANK • Filth Hounds of Hades

TANK • Power of the Hunter

TANK • This Means  War

TERRORIZER • World Downfall

TESTAMENT • Legacy

TROUBLE • Live 1983

TROUBLE • Trouble • Later retitled Psalms 9

TROUBLE • The Skull

TROUBLE • Run To The Light

TYGERS OF PAN TANG • Wildcat

TYGERS OF PAN TANG • Spell Bound

TWISTED SISTER • Under the Blade

UFO • The Wild, The Willing, The Innocent

UNSEEN TERROR • Human Error

 

VENOM • Welcome to Hell

VENOM • Black Metal

VENOM • At War With Satan

VIO-LENCE • Eternal Nightmare

VOI VOD • War and Pain

VOI VOD  • Rrröööaaarrr

 

WARGASM • Why Play Around?

WARFARE • Pure Filth

WARFARE • Metal Anarchy

WARFARE • Mayhem Fucking Mayhem

WARLOCK • Triumph and Agony

WARLORD • Deliever  Us

WARLORD • And the Cannons of Destruction Have Begun

WARLORD • Thy Kindgom Come • 1st EP and LP on CD

WARHEAD • Speedway

WARHEAD • The Day After

WATCHTOWER • Energetic Disassembly

WATCHTOWER • Control and Resistance

WITCHCROSS • Fit for Fight

WITCHCROSS • Axe to Grind

WITCHFINDER GENERAL • Death Penalty

WITCHFINDER GENERAL • Friends of Hell

WICHKILLER • Day of the Saxons

ZOSER MEZ • Vizier of Wasteland

NICOLAS “WHAT IS THE GREATEST HARD ROCK BAND OF THE 21ST CENTURY?”

AND DON’T YOU DARE SAY “EDGE OF PARADISE”

“EDGE OF PARADISE”

F@CK YEA !!!!!!!!!!!! NICOLAS -EDITOR

“WHAT THE F@CK DID YOU JUST SAY TO ME” !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I SAID….EDGE OF PARADISE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This is another TOP 100 ALBUMS EDGE OF PARADISE ARE ON

Aerosmith “Greatest Hits” Ocotober 1980

Adrenaline Rush “Adrenaline Rush”

Alice Cooper “Trash”

Black ‘n Blue “Black ‘n Blue”

Bon Jovi “Bon Jovi”

Cinderella “Night Songs”

Def Leppard “Pyromania”

Diemonds “The Bad Pack”

Diemonds “Never Wanna Die”

Dokken “Breaking The Chains”

Dokken “Tooth And Nail”

Enuff ‘Z Nuff

Edge of Paradise “Mask”

Edge of Paradise “Perfect Shade of Black”

Edge of Paradise “Immortal Waltz”

Edge of Paradise “Alive”

Europe “The Final Countdown”

Faster Pussycat “Faster Pussycat”

Great White “Great White”

Halloween “Don’t Metal With Evil”

Hanoi Rocks “Self Destruction Blues”

Hanoi Rocks “Two Steps From The Move”

Halestorm “Halestorm”

Halestorm “The Strange Case of….”

Halestom “Into The Wild Life”

Icon “Icon”

Kiss “Lick It Up”

Kick Axe “Vices”

Led Zepplin “RemasterS Box CD” 2 CD from Austrila.

Lita Ford “Out for Blood”

Lita Ford “Dancin’ on the Edge”

Lita Ford “Lita Ford”

Megadeth “Countdown For Destruction”

Metallica “Metallica”

…these two Megadeth and Meallica ar part of my hard rock/heavy metal binges….

Mötley Crüe  “Too Fast For Love”

November 10, 1981 (Leathür) and on August 20, 1982 (Elektra)

Mötley Crüe ” Shout At the Devil”

Nitro “O.F.R”

Ozzy Osbourne “Blizzard Of Ozz”

Ozzy Osbourne “Diary of A Madman”

Ozzy Osbourne “Bark At The Moon”

Ozzy Osbourne”The Ultimate Sin”

Pantera “Power Metal”

Poison “Looked What The Cat Dragged In”

Posion “Open and Say Ahh”

Ratt “Ratt”

Ratt “Out of The Cellar”

The Runaways “Runaways”

Resistance “Resistance”

Queensrÿche “Rage for Order”

Queensrÿche “Operation Mindcrime”

….seen these on top 100 hair metal/glam metal list….

Quiet Riot “Metal Health”

Seduce “Seduce”

Scorpions “Blackout”

Scorpions “Love At First Sting”

Skid Row “Skid Row”

Skid Row “Slave To The Grind”

Slaughter “Stick it to Ya”

Steeler “Steeler”

Steel Panther “Balls Out”

Twisted Sister “Stay Hungry”

Van Halen “Van Halen”

Warrant “Cherry Pie”

WASP “Wasp”

White Lion “Pride”

Whitesnake “Slide It In”

Zebra “Zebra”

 

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