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Which Way The Wind Blows

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  • Number of Discs: 1
  • ASIN: B007088REG
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HASH(0x89ea1ad4) out of 5 stars Most Underrated Female Fronted Heavy Metal Band Of All Time 23 Oct. 2013
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Santanic rites is a female fronted british heavy metal band that started making a record in 1981 which was "live to ride", before self financing and independently releasing their first 2 albums "which way the wind blows" in [1985] and "no use in crying" [1987]. Now with a name like satanic rites you might have been expecting perhaps a black metal or deathcore band...no not at all, not here this is pure heavy metal at it's finest. There were 5 members in this band and they are deborah webster [vocals], stuart page [guitar], david ingham [bass], Kevin Doyle [keyboards], and david kershaw on [drums].
The album which "way the wind blows" has 10 tracks with 2 bonus features which is their first 2 unreleased singles that will appear at the end of the album. This album isn't really that diverse in terms of subject matter except for the self titled track "which way the wind blows" but none the less does offer a lot of headbanging feel good rockers.
Here are the list of tracks:

1. Burn In Hell
2. Matter Of Evolution
3. Don't Tell Lies
4. Fear Of The Night
5. Turn Around
6. Slam The Door
7. Law Of The Land
8. Feel The Power
9. Which Way The Wind Blows
10. Live To Ride [Bonus Track]
11. Hit And Run [Bonus Track]

I would describe santanic rites style as more of a melodic vibe during the "new wave of british heavy metal" movement, even though they were kinda late to the scene and without any real major british labels to back them, this amazing heavy metal band was due for little success at best which is truly a tragedy because they could have gone far. I also thought that i'd mention that in the bonus track "hit and run" and "live to ride" that it wasn't deberoh on vocals but original vocalist "daz bingham" before being replaced. Having deberoh webster on the scene really shakes thing's up for the band even though it was short lived.
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