I used to be a member of where I would occasionally post. The only comment I remember receiving was from hardly_angelic about one of the greatest albums ever, Tonio K.’s “Life In The Foodchain”. Some time ago I decided to un-join and post about music here. I’ll get in a “mood” (today for instance) where I play records from my collection that I haven’t heard in a long, long time. Like this one-
As a precursor to ’70s style heavy metal, this first album from 1970 by (mostly) German group ‘Lucifer’s Friend’, is one of the more obscure I enjoyed. Sort of a ‘Deep Purple-ish’ sound among other things. I liked the album cover plus who could resist songs with titles like – “In The Time Of Job When Mammon Was A Yippie”? The lead singer was later with Uriah Heep, one of those bands I worshipped in the ’70s thinking it just didn’t get any better. (boy was I wrong) In addition to the group’s name, L.F.’s record label had an odd name; Billingsgate Records.
billingsgate- noun-improper, practiced fluency and variety of profane and obscene abuse (i.e. ass kickin’)