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Grim Reaper (3) - Rock You To Hell (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Jun 26,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Grim Reaper Rock You to Hell (Full Album) YouTube Lionsheart - Pride In Tact [Full Album] - Duration: Melodic Rock 6, views.
  2. Grim Reaper Rock You To Hell Cassette Heavy Metal Original RCA Release. $ Free shipping. MALICE licence to kill LP EX+/EX-, , vinyl, album, , heavy metal, $ Free shipping. GRIM REAPER Rock You to Hell cassette tape. $ 0 bids + $ shipping. Grim Reaper “Rock You To Hell” master tape copy Seller Rating: % positive.
  3. Grim Reaper - Rock You to Hell (RCA/Spitfire) 1. "Rock You To Hell" () 2. "Night of the Vampire" () despite owning their albums on vinyl back in the 80's, I never had the incling to pick them up on CD until I got a little surprise package in the mail from a fellow metalhead. and "Rock You to Hell" and "Rock Me 'till I Die.
  4. Buy See You In Hell [ Gram Vinyl] (LP) by Grim Reaper (LP $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  5. Grim Reaper is a British heavy metal band from the NWOBHM style and era. The band was formed in in Droitwich, England, by Nick Bowcott. They were signed to Darryl Johnston's Ebony Records and their debut was "See You in Hell".
  6. Rock You to Hell () Walking in the Shadows () At the Gates () Compilation albums. Heavy Metal Heroes () with the song "The Reaper" and in an earlier line-up including Paul DeMacardo - vocals, Nick Bowcott - guitar, Dave Wanklin - bass and Adrian Jacques - drums. See You in Hell/Fear No Evil () Best of Grim Reaper () In.
  7. Fear No Evil, an Album by Grim Reaper. Released in on RCA (catalog no. AFL; Vinyl LP). Genres: Heavy Metal, NWOBHM.
  8. Grim Reaper became the unlikeliest of over-achievers when their modest, independently released first album, See You in Hell, was unexpectedly picked up by RCA Records for worldwide distribution and proceeded to climb up the American charts. The irony of this is that the band had been kicking around the U.K. scene for years, taking part in, but.

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