This obscure British band managed one album in 1972, notable perhaps
because it was produced by
frontman Ian Gillan.
The style is what you'd expect for 1972 hard rock/metal, they certainly
weren't as heavy as Sabbath or even
but they did a fair job of cranking out good hard rock.
The original vinyl has become a collector's item and the
album has been re-released a few times over the years.
The band was a one-hit wonder, breaking up soon after the initial release.
- Hooded Eagle
- I See The Light
- Murderer's Lament
- When The Wolf Sits
- Midnight Steamer
- Primitive Man
- Beyond The Grave
- She Came Like A Bat From Hell
- Linden Williams
- Bob Cook
- Bill Hayden
- Paul Dean
- Ray Sparrow