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80’S Metal
80’S Metal
80’S Metal
80’S Metal
80’S Metal
80’S Metal
80’S Metal
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80’S Metal
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80’S Metal

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  • 1. 80’s Metal<br />
  • 2. -From Leytonin East London (1975)<br />-35 albums <br />-14 studio albums<br />-9 live albums<br />-4 EPs<br />-8 Compilations <br />-Even after several lineup changes, Steve Harris still remains their bassist. (Founder, songwriter and director)<br />-Received their highest success during the 80’s with albums like: <br />“The Number of the Beast” 1982<br />“Peace of Mind” 1983 <br />“Powerslave” 1984 <br />“Life After Death” 1985 (Live album)<br />“Somewhere in Time” 1986<br />“Seventh Son of a Seventh Son” 1988<br />Sold over 100 millions records worldwide. Has played live over 2000 shows to date.<br />
  • 3. Song: “Run To The Hills”<br />Album: The Number of the Beast<br />Year: 1982<br />
  • 4. Song: “Wasted Years”<br />Album: Somewhere In Time<br />Year: 1986<br />
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  • 6. -Formed in Los Angeles, California 1981<br />-Became renowned in the Thrash metal genre <br />-Released albums in the 80’s <br /> -”Kill ‘Em All” 1983<br />-”Ride the Lightning” 1984 <br />-” Master of Puppets” released in 1986 <br /> -gave them their biggest break.<br />-”Garage Days Re-Revisited”1987<br />-”…And Justice For All” 1988<br />-Over 90 millions records sold worldwide, including 75 million in the US.<br />-Has inspired and paved ways for future metal bands such as Trivium, Avenged Sevenfold, Korn, Machine Head, Mastodon, Chimaira and many others. <br />-Lyrics focused more on military leaders, rage, insanity and drugs. <br />
  • 7. Song: “Ride the Lightning” (Title Track)<br />Album: Ride the Lightning<br />Year: 1984<br />
  • 8. Song: “Master of Puppets” (Title Track)<br />Album: Master of Puppets<br />Year: 1986<br />
  • 9. -Formed in Pasadena, California 1972.<br />-90 million records sold worldwide (only band to have the most No. 1 hits on the Billboard charts<br />-Brothers Eddie Van Halen (guitars) and Alex Van Halen (drums) found the band.<br />-Controversial member changes (Sammy Hagar, David Roth)<br /><ul><li>“80’s hair band”
  • 10. Album “1984” became No.2 on the Billboard following Michael Jackson’s thriller
  • 11. Music style has evolved from songs focusing mainly on guitar riffs to “pop” style keyboard filled songs.</li></li></ul><li>Song: “Hot for Teacher”<br />Album: 1984<br />Year: 1984<br />
  • 12. -Huntington Park, California<br />-Founders were Jeff Hanneman and Kerry King<br />-Started off playing covers of Iron Maiden and Judas Priest songs.<br />-Along with Metallica, Anthrax and Megadeth, Slayer is credited as being the top four bands of thrash metal.<br />-1986 got their big break with the song, “Reign in Blood”<br />-Relies heavily on speed and aggression and using elements such as demonic images, religion and warfare to better express their style.<br />-”Reign in Blood” did not receive airtime on the radio due to its graphic nature but somehow got #94 on the Billboards 200 in 1986.<br />
  • 13. Song: “Raining Blood” <br />Album: Reign In Blood<br />Year: 1986<br />

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