V/A Compilations » V/A - Full Force Volume Two [Compilation] (1988)
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    Looking for a rip from the 'Full Force Volume II' compilation. Reaction Records #UNREST 11.
    I could also be interested to buy a copy if someone have it for sale.

    1. Talisman - First Landing
    2. Deja Vu - Love Me Tonite
    3. A Pryle Of Aces - Box Of Delights
    4. Various Areas - Chill Factor Zero
    5. Custom Pink - Shout Out Loud
    6. Tarot - It Seems A Lifetime
    7. Ekron Thamar - Loud
    8. Heartstone - Set Me Free
    9. Serious Chaos - The Innocent
    10. Geneva - Lonely Boy
    11. Godspeed - Gift Of Speed
    12. The Flash - In Time
    13. Crushed Orchid - I'll Be There
    14. Troubleshooters - Don't Hide From Me
    15. Rumm - Into The City
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    Artist: V/A
    Release: Full Force Volume Two, Compilation 1988
    Genre: Hard Rock / Heavy Metal
    Country: England
    Bitrate: 192kbps
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    Side A:
    1. TALISMAN - First Landing
    2. DEJA VU - Love Me Tonite
    3. A PRYLE OF ACES - Box Of Delights
    4. VARIOUS AREAS - Chill Factor Zero
    5. CUSTOM PINK - Shout Out Loud
    6. TAROT - It Seems A Lifetime
    7. EKRON THAMAR - Loud
    8. HEARTSTONE - Set Me Free

    Side B:
    1. SERIOUS CHAOS - The Innocent
    2. GENEVA - Lonely Boy
    3. GODSPEED - Gift Of Speed
    4. THE FLASH - In Time
    5. CRUSHED ORCHID - I'll Be There
    6. TROUBLESHOOTERS - Don't Hide From Me
    7. RUMM - Into The City

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    Thankyou so much for the rip Keir!
    RUMM is probably the best band on this comp, but can't find any info about them.
    Do you know anything?

    The only ones I have been able to find out something about is
    EKRON THAMAR and SERIOUS CHAOS.
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    Strappado wrote:RUMM is probably the best band on this comp, but can't find any info about them.
    Do you know anything?
    Nope, sorry!
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    Strappado wrote:
    nwobhmgr wrote:
    Strappado wrote:Thankyou so much for the rip Keir!
    RUMM is probably the best band on this comp, but can't find any info about them.
    Do you know anything?

    The only ones I have been able to find out something about is
    EKRON THAMAR and SERIOUS CHAOS.


    Deja vu probably are the ones with the 1986 7'' tv/china doll i can rip that if you want it.
    I also have something from a band called geneva but i don't know if it's the same band


    Would be great if you could rip the Deja Vu 7"!. =)
    Are you thinking of GENEVA who released the 'Two Minutes Thirty / Geneva Street' 7"?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPYmImRIGTg


    Yes you're right those ones
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    KEIR,STRAPPADO,a killer sampler,thanx a lot!!All bands here are fine bands and deliver very good songs in their genres,but standing out,according to my tastes, are TALISMAN,RUMM,SERIOUS CHAOS,DEJA VU,EKRON THAMAR,TAROT,VARIOUS AREAS and CUSTOM PINK!A very good audio trip to the 80s,a fine experience for all metal heads!Thanx again guys!! porosimetal
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    Talisman

    Talisman started in 1986 and enjoyed many years as one of the most popular bands in the North East of England. Now 26 years after their final gig, Dave Ditchburn and the lads are back with a CD of new songs 'A Place to Rest My Bones, 2018'.

    Released a 7" single in 1989 'Still Believe In Love / Just Another Lonely Night'.

    Vocalist and frontman Dave Ditchburn has been performing in bands since the late 50’s, starting out in skiffle then moving to Rock n Roll, on to heavy blues rock with legendary 70’s bands Brass Alley, Geordie (mkII), and Fogg and even a little balladeering. He has been often been described in Tyneside circles as a ‘canny chanter’.

    Drummer Eddie Cairn's first band was in school in 1961, he remembers not having any idea about instruments so his dad bought him a banjo, and he promptly went down the shed and sawed the neck off, and he had his first drum! Guitarist and main songwriter Wally McGill began playing in bands in 1959, gigging throughout N East England including over 13 years in resident groups in the North East club circuit.Talisman gtr bass

    Bassman Eddy Elliott had also played in a succession of groups, 1960’s Albatross; 1970’s Deep Freeze; 1973 Brass Alley (on percussion); 1980 BB Faith and Rocky

    Dave, Eddie C and Eddie E first got together to form the rock band Armageddon out of whose ashes came Talisman and the original line-up also featured Peter Morrison on second guitar. Meanwhile Peter Rossiter had been playing keyboards in the band First Landing with Dave's son when they were still at school, then on to join Centerfold in the late 80s before being asked to augment the Talisman sound.

    The band eventually went their separate ways in 1992. Then a couple of phone calls over a quarter of a century later and the lads were back in the studio, as Dave said “with a little more snow on the roof” but sounding as good as ever. Despite not playing a note together for so long, it was soon obvious that there was still an appetite for their music and the album ‘A Place to Rest My Bones is the result

    Some of Dave’s earlier work with the legendary N East 70’s rock band Brass Alley can be found on the Hart Rock 71 e.p a reimagined version of which is available via our Spend One English Penny page. The original recording of their big song of the time, ‘Pink Pill’s had already been snapped up by a Chicago based Recorid Company and is available as part of the psychedelic rock compilation 'Warfaring Strangers : Acid Nightmares'.

    Biography: http://www.vaingloriousuk.com/main/-talisman-32
    Interview w/Dave Ditchburn: https://garyalikivi.com/2018/02/01/man- ... ditchburn/

    https://www.facebook.com/TalismanNE/
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpuhPw ... rqg/videos
    https://open.spotify.com/artist/2NGjt9st5nMMsyLUtQv0xT
    https://www.discogs.com/Talisman-Still- ... se/4871367
    https://www.45cat.com/record/tis007

    Dave "Davey" Ditchburn - Vocals (Armageddon, The Stormers, Brass Alley, Geordie, Fogg, Pilgrim, Vince King, Three’s A Crowd, Barry Alton and Dave Ditchburn)
    Wally McGill - Guitar
    Peter Morrison - Guitar (Armageddon)
    Eddie Elliot - Bass (Armageddon, Albatross, Deep Freeze, Brass Alley, BB Faith, Rocky)
    Eddie Cairns - Drums (Armageddon)
    Peter Rossiter - Keyboard (First Landing, Centerfold)

    Other Members
    Barry Alton - Guitar (Brass Alley)













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