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When it was finally released in 1983 by (very) independent Ebony Records, Savage's Loose'n'Lethal was a walking, breathing musical anachronism. Containing a batch of songs which had been stewing for years as the band slogged unknown through local pubs and clubs, desperately looking for a break, it was a direct throwback to 1980, when the New Wave of British Heavy Metal (which had spawned the group) was in full-flight and dominating the U.K.'s music weeklies. But by the time of its belated release, musical tastes had evolved considerably and the original onslaught of NWOBHM bands had been decimated by time and failed returns, leaving only a few major players like the unstoppable Iron Maiden, the fast-rising Def Leppard, and the quickly fading Saxon still prospering in its wake. There was therefore little hope for a rough and tumble group like Savage to make any serious headway, no matter how energetic and exciting their sound. Proudly wearing their humongous debt to Judas Priest on their sleeves, the quartet were hardly reinventing the wheel here either, but despite their vaguely familiar riffs, solid heavy metal anthems like "Let it Loose," "Cry Wolf" (AC/DC), "The China Run" (Thin Lizzy), and "Back on the Road" (Saxon) still manage to entertain. They still couldn't rescue Savage from historical oblivion, and the band soon became just a small footnote in heavy metal lore. [Note: Audiophiles take heed, the Metal Blade CD reissue of Loose'n'Lethal sounds very sketchy, with much of the album plagued by tape noise and fuzz — especially when played at high volumes.]


Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '00s

Something of a late bloomer by New Wave of British Heavy Metal standards, Savage was forced to watch from the sidelines as many of their peers signed record deals and launched successful careers in the early '80s. Sadly, by the time they finally got their shot, the NWOBHM's glory years were well in the past and the band had to make due with what little interest remained. Hailing from Mansfield, England, Savage, in typical NWOBHM fashion, was amed after a Judas Priest song (from the Stained Class...
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Loose 'N' Lethal, Savage
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  • Géneros: Rock, Música, Metal
  • Publicado: 1983

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