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Radio Planet - "Stormbringer's Curse" (2020 remaster)

Ο ομώνυμος δίσκος των Radio Planet
Standing alone, last of my line
Servant of chaos at the end of time
Alive in my hands is the black sword
Blood and souls for my demon lord

My power is a curse
Stormbringer’s curse

The sword is alive,
A thing to be feared
Stormbringer lusts,
No one is spared
The sword that I carry,
The stealer of souls
Keeps me alive and preys on my soul

Stormbringer I hate you,
We’re two of a kind
Bound to each other
‘Til the end of time
This is my fate in this haunted age
Stormbringer, black sword, let them feel our rage


Οι Radio Planet μας τραγουδούν για τον Έλρικ τον ξεπεσμένο αυτοκράτορα του Μελνιμπονέ και το "καταραμένο" του (μαγικό) σπαθί. Αλήθεια πόσα τραγούδια γράφθηκαν για το Stormbringer και γενικότερα πόσες μπάντες ενέπνευσε ο Michael Moorcock;

Band: Radio Planet
Album: "Stormbringer's Curse"
Album: "Radio Planet"
Type: Reissue
Release date: November 27th, 2020
Label: Heaven and Hell Records
Format: CD, Digital

Track listing:
01. The Tower
02. Stormbringer’s Curse
03. TV Preacher
04. Don’t Believe in Yesterday
05. Deadly Dreams
06. Assassin

Band members:
Frank Holdgruen - Guitar
Alan Smithee - Bass, Vocals
James Payfer - Drums

Recorded / mixed at: Recordamatt, West Islip, NY
Engineered by: Joe Chinnic
All songs written and arranged by: Radio Planet
2020 executive producers: J. Golden & G. Shafer
Remastered by: Jamie King at King Studios, Winston Salem, NC
Cover art by: Steve Cobb
Layout design by: Chris Fergusen

Δελτίο τύπου: «Radio Planet was a trio based on the south side of Long Island that formed in the late 1970s by guitarist Frank Holdgruen and bassist "Alan Smithee". The duo would go through a series of drummers into the ‘90s.

A brief attempt at bringing a frontman into the line-up would be short-lived. Radio Planet would become a regular fixture on the live club circuit playing their first show in 1979 Good Times in Massapequa Park, this would be the band’s only performance as a 4-piece before returning to being a power-trio with " Smithee" taking on vocal duties, this would continue throughout the band’s run.

The beginning of the 1980s Radio Planet would record a 2-song 7” released on their own Angry Red Planet Records. The combination of punk rock and heavy metal with humor garnered one review of the band as “weirdly charming!”. The band continued to ride the Long Island club circuit while building their fanbase as they became regulars in the local scene picking up residences in some of the better-known clubs in the area.

This led to the band scoring several opening slots for national and international acts touring through. In 1984/85 Radio Planet began to record serious recordings at Master Sound studio in Franklin Square. These recordings would be shopped to the major labels.

And gain the interest of Arista Records but would not materialize into a deal due to reasons having nothing to do with the band. In 1987 Catch Em Records would release two compilation records including two songs from the Master Sound sessions “Don’t Believe in Yesterday” and “Tender Mercy” included on the compilation albums titled “City Tracks” Vol. 1&3.

The late ’80s brought drummer James Payfer to the lineup. They entered the studio again to record six songs for an upcoming cassette release. This session included re-recording some old favorites and two new songs. The new tunes “The Tower” and “Stormbringers Curse”, drew their inspiration from Michael Moorcock’s Elric Saga.

The cassette was released in 1989. Radio Planet would continue a couple of more years into the next decade seeing yet another drummer change and the recruiting of a new lead vocalist however this would be short-lived and in 1992 the band would end their broadcast.» 

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