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:banana: anyone else hear have the pleasure to sample SOULSEEKER / S/T , what a killer undiscovered indie it is...i guess they were from the east coast maryland / new york area..what a killer rendition of the stones "Gimme Shelter".....
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cook..they toured the east coast continuosly in 92-95...........opened for many big names in the process

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dude.it took me years to find an original ..and i got it from a band member..if you find an original, good luck...........

 

 

 

 

 

cook..they toured the east coast continuosly in 92-95...........opened for many big names in the process

 

weird...I may have to check them out then

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:banger: Yeah, those guys rock. ...Tim

 

 

Tim..hope you are feeling better..are you still interested in the Hard Knox and Third Degree stuff....let me know..sorry about constantly forgetting..lets get this done..the 3rd degree will have to be a cdr ..sorry i sent the original to another friend of ours in utah..later Danny

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Animal, who do Soulseeker sound like??

 

Kinda in the Vein of Killer Dwarfs in the vocal Dept and maybe Dokken(early) in the music ..but the production on it is as good as the majors of the time...

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:banger: Yeah, those guys rock. ...Tim

 

 

Tim..hope you are feeling better..are you still interested in the Hard Knox and Third Degree stuff....let me know..sorry about constantly forgetting..lets get this done..the 3rd degree will have to be a cdr ..sorry i sent the original to another friend of ours in utah..later Danny

 

 

Thanks Man. Sure, I'd still like them. Anything you wanted from me? ...Tim

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:banger: Yeah, those guys rock. ...Tim

 

 

Tim..hope you are feeling better..are you still interested in the Hard Knox and Third Degree stuff....let me know..sorry about constantly forgetting..lets get this done..the 3rd degree will have to be a cdr ..sorry i sent the original to another friend of ours in utah..later Danny

 

 

Thanks Man. Sure, I'd still like them. Anything you wanted from me? ...Tim

 

 

nope..dont need anything from you..just email me your snail mail address again.. anamal@ncia.net Danny

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Here's some info that may help you track the SOULSEEKER CD. I've had this cd for a long time and so do some of the top collectors. It's great you're discovering it now. The main man in the band is ERICH HEADRICK. This indie was released in 1995 in MD. It's a tough one to track but I've seen it on Ebay in the past. No bids too! ERICH is a member of Ebay and can be contacted though his Ebay name called themusicplan

His website offers other e-mail addresses, phone numbers and even has MP3s of all the songs all the CD. His website is: http://www.ioffer.com/users/themusicplan

 

There's a phone number too: 831-477-1234, e-mail is info@themusicplan.com (try his Ebay one too)

 

He's in the Santa Cruz area these days. Other band member names are Scott Payne, Johnny Nitro and Noel Williams. With a little Google searching you'll find these guys and maybe a cd like some others. Metalmayhem is in discussion for a reissue and it looks good. Hope this helps. It's a great CD that all should be able to get someday soon!

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Thanks Burt, you rock!!! :):drink:

 

Here's some info that may help you track the SOULSEEKER CD.  I've had this cd for a long time and so do some of the top collectors.  It's great you're discovering it now.  The main man in the band is ERICH HEADRICK.  This indie was released in 1995 in MD.  It's a tough one to track but I've seen it on Ebay in the past.  No bids too!  ERICH is a member of Ebay and can be contacted though his Ebay name called themusicplan

His website offers other e-mail addresses, phone numbers and even has MP3s of all the songs all the CD.  His website is: http://www.ioffer.com/users/themusicplan

 

There's a phone number too: 831-477-1234, e-mail is info@themusicplan.com (try his Ebay one too)

 

He's in the Santa Cruz area these days.  Other band member names are Scott Payne, Johnny Nitro and Noel Williams.  With a little Google searching you'll find these guys and maybe a cd like some others.  Metalmayhem is in discussion for a reissue and it looks good.  Hope this helps.  It's a great CD that all should be able to get someday soon!

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like burt says..it is a great cd..it comes highly recomended..it was originally issued in small #s

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I just tried the mp3s on the site. They are not working right now but they were working not long ago. Regardless, it's one of the best indies you'll ever hear. Looks like cdrs are the best bet until Erich responds back. His Ebay name was the best way to contact him or the phone number. Good luck!

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  • 3 years later...

Just wanted to give everyone here a heads up on Soulseeker - S/T!

 

This one is now available as part of the Metal Mayhem Collector Series mmmcs.jpg :

 

 

https://metalmayhem.com/shop/view_product.p...0e795814784c9ad

 

It features the 10 original tracks, along with a bonus demo track titled "Do What You Want"

 

Enjoy! :banger::tumbsup:

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  • 1 year later...
Guest Erich Headrick

You guys seriously ROCK!

 

You dont know how good it makes me feel to know the music was appreciated. As mentioned in this post the original was re-released with a demo song that I used to "try" Scott out for the band, the song "Do What You Want". Since they were doing a collectors release I felt it would be cool to add a piece of history. There was also a video that Metal Mayhem was authorized to distribute to the purchasers of the CD. Anyone that purchased that CD can contact me directly and I will be happy to get it for them.

 

Over the years things change. The band in the form that was on the CD dis-banded in 1996. It was a case where we were so self sufficient without any support and could not compete with the direction of the music industry at that time. All of the members were under a high amount of stress from either relationships, or in my case financial hardship with kids on the way.

 

I often think of getting them back on stage because we were brothers. I will go to my grave with all of them in my heart and truly wish them well with whatever they do.

 

With that said, I have another record on the block that I am hoping to release in 2010. This is one that I came to California to record in 2001 and if you liked the SoulSeeker release, you'll absolutely love this one. It is heavy, gritty and down right mean sounding. The lineup of the project is yet to be decided and ALL of the music has already been done by yours truly.

 

Again, I want to stress that this thread that I found today totally makes all the sweat put into that record worth it.

 

May god bless you all!

Erich Headrick

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