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Fire Queen - May Blitz - May Blitz (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Don't expect full on near metal like Sir Lord Baltimore, (except for the straight-out grinding proto-metal of "Fire Queen,") but a more laid back, yet still darkly heavy vibe. For the second album, originally enough titled The Second of May, the guys tried to bring on a slightly .
  2. Limited vinyl version housed in deluxe gatefold sleeve. May Blitz have been compared to Led Zeppelin, the early Black Sabbath, or the early Uriah Heep. The only difference being that May Blitz never had their great breakthrough. Their history ended after only two LPs which, however, are today in high demand. On Tuesday, 22nd October , the group performed in the Gruga hall at the third.
  3. Aug 10,  · Track 06 from the album MAY BLITZ () May Blitz was a Canadian-British psychedelic rock power trio that was active in the early s. The group was formed in by bassist Terry Poole and.
  4. May Blitz, an Album by May Blitz. Released in on Vertigo (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Rock, Heavy Psych, Blues Rock.
  5. May Blitz is the self-titled debut album by British/Canadian power trio May Blitz. It was released in by Vertigo Records in the UK, and Paramount Records in the US.
  6. Artist Release Name talitcompsapostreathighdeadguterconscomp.coinfo Label Format Year Country; May Blitz: May Blitz: Vertigo: LP, Album,, Germany: May Blitz: May Blitz: BGOLP BGO Records.
  7. Warhorse Self Titled Original Vertigo gatefold Lp Vinyl Pearl Jam - $ Pearl Jam Lp Self Titled With Bookgatefold Cover. Jonathan Lp - $ Mca Mkps 33rpm Wishbone Ash Self Titled Album, Dogbone Gatefold Ex.
  8. May Blitz - The 2nd of May LP. Gatefold cover vinyl reissue of the harder to find second album from by these British heavy prog rock icons. They bring to mind the Groundhogs as well as Black Sabbath, while the jazz driven 'Just Thinking' is pure Pink Floydian psychedelia. (sealed).