Though they originally formed in the mid-'70s, Barnsley, England's Son of a Bitch wouldn't record their first album until The reason for this being that they merged with another local band inchanged their name to Saxon, and went on to become one of the most enduring icons of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, with over 15 albums to their credit. But bySon of a Bitch founders Graham Oliver guitarsSteve Dawson bassand Pete Gill drums were all out of Saxon, and decided to finally resurrect their original moniker with the help of vocalist Ted Bullet and guitarist Haydn Conway. Shortly after the release of their album Victim You the following year, the band once again changed their name. This time, in a blatant attempt to piss off their old mates, they re-christened themselves Oliver-Dawson Saxon and have toured sporadically ever since. In.
Best viewed without Internet Explorer, in x resolution or higher. Son of a bitch is definitely worth getting if you're into the more traditional sense of heavy metal, or you're into the generic rock of the 80's.
It's got a good handful of both. Starts out with Bitch of a Place to be.
Good song, but could be better. I wasn't particularly fond of the chorus, but I could see how some people would like it. For some reason, the music strikes me as something that would be in an early Ozzy Osbourne album, when he first went solo, less the chorus.
Definitely has a good sense of heavy metal in the guitars during the verse. Excellent riffage as well. Past the Point.
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This here is some classic heavy metal. Great guitar intro, accompaned with the bass and drums. Excellent display of vocals in this song. Definately one of the more 'driving' songs of the album.
No One's Gettin' Over, it's an alright song I guess. Nothing really that grabbed my attention. The beginning is a bit too slow for my taste. Love Your Misery, now this is where you start getting into the fast-paced old school metal.
Starts out great and fast, and doesn't seem to ever really slow down. I must say, I really love the drums on this song.
He's not doing anything flashy, he's just getting in your face with a straight beat throughout the song. Now we go to I Still Care. I don't even want to talk about this song, but I think you should know how I feel about this song.
Son of a bitch
This is the fucking pretty song that some bands feel that they need to include in their album for some bizarre reason. I want the fucking metal.
Not this fucking pretty soft rock that my granny would listen to. Moving on. Once again, another rockish song. I don't think I really need to elaborate, beyond that I would probably not buy a rock band's album if they played this generic 80's rock. The drummer must have thought that they were referring to him when he saw the title of this song, "More for Me" cause the first thing you hear on this song is a drum solo.
Not a bad solo at that, I might add.
After the drummer calms down, and starts playing with the band, you get some heavy metal that gets a 4 of 5 stars. I've said quite a mouthful, so I'm going to just say a few word on Evil Sweet Evil; once again another rock song, kinda catchy, definitely some great guitar work in this song.
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