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Siren - "Up From the Depths: Early Anthology & More"

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Another goody from the Stormspell factory:

SIREN, "Up From the Depths: Early Anthology & More" 


2-CD compilation of early/hard to find material from the '80s Florida metal band. For fans of Iron Maiden, Randy Rhoads-era Ozzy and especially early SAVATAGE. 

Features all the tracks from their demos and first studio album, four new songs and a handful of unreleased tracks. 

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"Tornado of Blood" on YouTube:

Limited to 1200 numbered copies so buy now or cry later. 

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This one is on its way to my house! Can't wait!

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Looking forward to this one.  Thanks for the heads up.


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Went for the vinyl edition because I hate digis. I have their original demo tapes, lps and great 7" single and I prefer some of the re-recorded versions. Also love some new tracks.  Man, bring back those 80's logos! 

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Still waiting. :( but Stormy is a busy guy and he is certainly making the wait worth it.

Still listening to Tornado of Blood and it is great imho.

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Sounds Interesting, I'll give this one a listen

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Post tracker says by Monday, so now spins for another few days...

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