Origin: Germany  
Genres: Power Metal, 80's Metal
DISBANDED
Last update/review: March 12, 2008

Cutty Sark

Cutty Sark was a pretty decent German band from the 80's, with a midpaced power metal style that sounded a bit like Accept crossed with older Grave Digger. They faded away in the mid-eighties, reuniting briefly in 1998 to record a new album before breaking up for good.

Last Lineup

Conny Schmitt

vocals

Uwe Cossmann

guitars

Torsten Pitz

bass

Micki Schmitt

drums

Former Members/Guests

Helge Meier

bass



Discography


Hard Rock Power  EP
1984 Mausoleum
  • Conny Schmitt
  • Uwe Cossmann
  • Helge Meier
  • Micki Schmitt



Die Tonight  
1984 Mausoleum
  1. Stupid Lies
  2. Die Tonight
  3. Vultures In The Air
  4. Jam To The Ramp
  5. Hands Up
  6. October Holidays
  7. Down And Out
  8. Burning To Ashes
  • Conny Schmitt
  • Uwe Cossmann
  • Helge Meier
  • Micki Schmitt



Heroes  
1985 Mausoleum
  1. Firebird
  2. Heroes
  3. Do Come True
  4. Smell A Rat
  5. Sold To Kill
  6. Love The World Away
  7. Invitation To Dance
  8. Let's Go
  • Conny Schmitt
  • Uwe Cossmann
  • Helge Meier
  • Micki Schmitt



Regeneration  
1998 Music Area
  1. The Fool And The Priest
  2. Regeneration
  3. Out In The Streets
  4. Sooner Or Later
  5. Just For Love
  6. Fashion - War...
  7. A Trip To Nowhere
  8. Faint-Heart
  9. Cutty And Roll
  10. Wargame Loves
  11. The Devil Inside
  • Conny Schmitt
  • Uwe Cossmann
  • Torsten Pitz
  • Micki Schmitt




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