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Diamond Head was one of the more famous and successful bands of the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal and 'Borrowed Time' is one of the all-time classic albums from the NWOBHM era. The album's opener, "In The Heat Of The Night", and "Call Me" are both power ballads, strongly signifying the band's approach to a more mainstream sound. Sean Harris portrays a vivid picture with his soul searching vocals and guitarist Brian Tatler adds great solos and rhythms to the songs. "To Heaven From Hell" is probably the closest song Diamond Head ever made to "Am I Evil?" released in 1984 as B-side to Metallica's "Creeping Death." The two epics, "Don't You Ever Leave Me" and the title track really fulfill the album's purpose with the most progressive sound.
Diamond Head was one of the more famous and successful bands of the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal and 'Borrowed Time' is one of the all-time classic albums from the NWOBHM era. The album's opener, "In The Heat Of The Night", and "Call Me" are both power ballads, strongly signifying the band's approach to a more mainstream sound. Sean Harris portrays a vivid picture with his soul searching vocals and guitarist Brian Tatler adds great solos and rhythms to the songs. "To Heaven From Hell" is probably the closest song Diamond Head ever made to "Am I Evil?" released in 1984 as B-side to Metallica's "Creeping Death." The two epics, "Don't You Ever Leave Me" and the title track really fulfill the album's purpose with the most progressive sound.
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Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Rel. Date: 05/27/2022
UPC: 600753959343

Borrowed Time (Hol)
Artist: Diamond Head
Format: CD
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Diamond Head was one of the more famous and successful bands of the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal and 'Borrowed Time' is one of the all-time classic albums from the NWOBHM era. The album's opener, "In The Heat Of The Night", and "Call Me" are both power ballads, strongly signifying the band's approach to a more mainstream sound. Sean Harris portrays a vivid picture with his soul searching vocals and guitarist Brian Tatler adds great solos and rhythms to the songs. "To Heaven From Hell" is probably the closest song Diamond Head ever made to "Am I Evil?" released in 1984 as B-side to Metallica's "Creeping Death." The two epics, "Don't You Ever Leave Me" and the title track really fulfill the album's purpose with the most progressive sound.
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