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Heavy Pettin Sell Out

This sounds more like Belinda Carlisle than one of the bands that spearheaded the NWOBHM. Don't waste your time...or money.

Best Album

This album is referred to by fans and the band itself as being a flop. It is the direction metal music had taken during that time period. It has more keyboards than what you had previously heard from the band. I personally like this sound better and think it is their best album. Check it out.

ballad kinda fun

This stuff is ok if you like slower stuff from Danger Danger or Winger. Yes Im a chick, and some of these songs are decent, but not rockin...I like romeo and heavan scent.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s

Scottish hard rock outfit Heavy Pettin' was formed in Glasgow in mid-1981 when the trio of guitarist Gordon Bonnar, bassist Brian Waugh and drummer Gary Moat--known collectively as Weeper--added vocalist Steve Hayman (a.k.a. "Hamie") and lead guitarist Punky Mendoza to the lineup. Borrowing their new name from a UFO album, Heavy Pettin' gigged extensively before signing to Neat Records to cut their debut single, 1982's "Roll the Dice"; Polydor soon extended a major-label deal, and with Queen guitarist...
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