Origin: England
Genres: NWOBHM
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Bitches Sin  


Bitches Sin are best remembered for one of the better indie NWOBHM songs ever, "Strangers On The Shore", one of the best tracks on the legendary Heavy Metal Heroes compilation in 1981. But the band stumbled, with their 1982 debut album Predator, already with a different lineup, suffered from a poor production, listless songs, and even a vastly inferior version of "Strangers". After disappearing from sight for several years, they somehow reappeared on the tiny American label King Klassic with Invaders, a somewhat quirky release that, though not outstanding, was pretty interesting in places and thus a huge improvement over Predator. In the intervening years the band has kept a low profile, with some members also appearing in the rock band Flashpoint.

The band is active to this day, and not only that, noted producer Chris Tsangarides has signed up as an official member.

Current Members

Dave Mills

vocals

Ian Toomey

guitars

Chris Tsangarides

guitars/keyboards

Daniel McNamee

bass

Steve Turton

drums

Former Members/Guests

Anthony Tomkinson

vocals

Alan Cockburn

vocals

Frank Quegan

vocals

Pete Toomey

guitars

Martin Orum

bass

Mike Frazier

bass

Alan Cockburn

bass

Bill Knowles

drums

Mark Biddiscombe

drums

Tony Leece

drums


Discography



Predator 
1982 Heavy Metal
  1. April fool
  2. Haneka
  3. Runaway
  4. Lady lies
  5. Dirty women
  6. Fallen star
  7. Strangers on the shore
  8. Looser
  9. Riding high
  10. Aardschok
  • Anthony Tomkinson
  • Pete Toomey
  • Ian Toomey
  • Martin Orum
  • Bill Knowles




Invaders 
1986 King Klassic
  1. Ain't life a bitch
  2. Destroyer
  3. Alligator
  4. The cry
  5. Day in, day out
  6. Out of my mind
  7. No more chances
  8. Roundabout
  9. Ice angels
  • Frank Quegan
  • Pete Toomey
  • Ian Toomey
  • Mike Frazier
  • Mark Biddiscombe




The First Temptation 
2004 Majestic
  1. Down The Road
  2. White Lady
  3. Bitches Sin
  4. Two Of A Kind
  5. Ice Angels
  6. Tighter Than Tight
  7. Heavy Life
  8. Down The Road
  9. Fallen Star
  10. Hold On To Love
  11. Strangers On The Shore
  • Anthony Tomkinson
  • Alan Cockburn
  • Pete Toomey
  • Ian Toomey
  • Alan Cockburn
  • Bill Knowles
  • Tony Leece
Combines the *12 Pounds And No Kinks* demo with 4 BBC Friday Rock Show tracks.

Reviews:   Lords Of Metal 



Your Place Or Mine 
2005 self-released
  1. Livin' on the highway
  2. What the hell
  3. Fallen star
  4. Over the top
  5. XF2894
  6. Up for grabs
  7. Runaway
  8. Ridin' high
  9. Overnight
  10. Abduhl's boogie
  11. Destroyer
  12. The cry




Essential Sins  COMPILATION
2007 self-released
  1. Intro
  2. Sign Of The Times
  3. Overnight (YPOM)
  4. Livin' On The Highway
  5. What The Hell
  6. Fallen Star
  7. Over The Top
  8. XF2894
  9. Up For Grabs
  10. Hold On To Love
  11. Ridin' High
  12. Runaway
  13. Hanneke
  14. April Fool
  15. Lady Lies
  16. The Land That Time Forgot
  17. Overnight
  18. Abduhl's Boogie
  19. Alligator
  20. The Cry
  21. Destroyer




Uduvudu 
2008 self-released
  1. Uduvudu
  2. Metalize
  3. Selling Paradise
  4. Red Skies
  5. Nobody Wants You Here
  6. Mr Toomey
  7. Beggars Parallel
  8. Second Life
  9. White Room
  10. Eleventh Hour
  • Anthony Tomkinson
  • Ian Toomey
  • Chris Tsangarides
  • Daniel McNamee
  • Steve Turton

Reviews:   Lords Of Metal 



(EP) The Sound Of Silence 
2009 self-released
  1. The Sound Of Silence
  2. What Loving Means
  3. Red Skies
  • Anthony Tomkinson
  • Ian Toomey
  • Chris Tsangarides
  • Daniel McNamee
  • Steve Turton




The Rapture 
2011 self-released
  1. Don't Let Go
  2. Sounds of Silence
  3. Save Me
  4. Never Forget
  5. The Rapture
  6. Love and Faith
  7. You Want Paradise
  8. Old School
  9. Thanks for the Memories
  10. Hollow Man
  11. No Regrets
  • Dave Mills
  • Ian Toomey
  • Chris Tsangarides
  • Daniel McNamee
  • Steve Turton


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