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Lightning to the Nations

Diamond Head

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
October 3rd, 1980
Catalog ID:
N/A
Version desc.:
White sleeve
Label:
Happy Face Records
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Limitation:
2000 copies
Reviews:
9 reviews (avg. 88%)
Side A
1. Lightning to the Nations 04:14   Show lyrics
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2. The Prince 06:13   Show lyrics
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3. Sucking My Love 09:32   Show lyrics
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Side B
4. Am I Evil? 07:44   Show lyrics
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5. Sweet and Innocent 03:13   Show lyrics
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6. It's Electric 03:37   Show lyrics
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7. Helpless 06:48   Show lyrics
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Band members
Sean Harris Vocals
Duncan Scott Drums
Colin Kimberley Bass
Brian Tatler Guitars
Miscellaneous staff
Lothar Juli Remastering
Leslie Penning Engineering (on "Diamond Lights", "We Won't Be Back", "I Don't Got")
Tony Wilson Producer (on "Waited Too Long" & "Play It Loud")
Robin George Producer (on "Streets of Gold")
Reg Fellows Producer
Paul Robbins Engineering
Lothar Juli Remastering
Leslie Penning Engineering (on "Diamond Lights", "We Won't Be Back", "I Don't Got")
Tony Wilson Producer (on "Waited Too Long" & "Play It Loud")
Robin George Producer (on "Streets of Gold")
Reg Fellows Producer
Paul Robbins Engineering
Read NWOBHM at its best 97% Superreallycool October 8th, 2014
Read This is great NWOBHM 98% Dr Nielsen March 23rd, 2013
Read The 486 of NWOBHM. 70% caspian August 22nd, 2008
Read NWOBHM Classics, part 2:... 86% Nhorf July 21st, 2008
Read Flipping Great NWOBHM 96% Acrobat June 16th, 2008
Read A Milestone in Metal History 86% Erdrickgr January 2nd, 2008
Read Classic NWOBHM 80% TheGreatNads July 10th, 2006
Read Most Ripped-Off Album Ever 90% Resident_Hazard April 4th, 2006
Read Nicely executed early power... 88% UltraBoris August 8th, 2002

Limited to 1000 copies, the album came in a plain white sleeve, with no track listing and no title, therefore known as "The White Album".
A further 1000 copies were presed, again in a plain white sleeve, but this time with a label on the vinyl, with the Happy Face logo, and a "DH" logo.

Each copy was signed by one member of the band, each member signs 250 copies.

Sold at gigs and via an ad in Sounds magazine, for £3.50.

Recording information:

Recorded at the Old Smithy Recording Studio.

Identifiers:

Matrix / Runout: MMDHLP
Other: BILBO TA1PE ; 1015 a and b

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