Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Hurry Scuary (JPN) - Break It Up (1988)

Hurry Scuary - Break It Up

Band Info:

Country: Japan
Location: Osaka
Formed: 1983
Style(s): Trad. Heavy Metal, Hard Rock
Status: Split Up

Release Info:

Type: Full Length
Carrier: Vinyl
Recording Year: 1988
Release Year: 1988
Release Style: Trad. Heavy Metal, Hard Rock
Label: Air Records

Release Line Up:

Yasuhide Minami - Vocals
Hideaki Nakama - Guitars
Junichi Nishino - Bass
Taku Izuhara - Drums


01 - Reaching For the Sun
02 - We Can Try Again
03 - You Need a Man
04 - Open Your Eyes
05 - Run For Your Life
06 - Dirty Streets
07 - Crazy
08 - Nothin' New
09 - Feelin' High


(translated from a Japanese website)

"Hurry Scuary" was formed back in 1983 in Osaka, after guitarist Hideaki Nakama left his former band, "Anthem" After some rehearsels and practising, two little songs were recorded, which earned them to be part of the "Battle of Metal, a compilation album of bands emerging in the country of the rising sun in which bands were "Marino", "Sexual", and "Rajas". At that time the band consisted of 5 members. After some time only  4 members remained. These "yellow" metal is soaked with a western (read American) style of Metal, managing to be considered the main candidate to occupy a privileged place in the Japanese metal scene these days, even having released a single disc on the market. A very good rock band, led by Nakama, the main figure, has come to record solo albums during this the time as well. This is an album from 1988, their only full length, full of melodies not to mention the participation of Paul Raymond on keyboards, the same one who replaced Danni Peyronel in UFO back in 1976, and co-writer in the compositions of Michael Schenker solo albums.

Download Info:

Format: MP3
Bitrate: 128 kbps
File Size: 34 MB
Host site: Zippyshare
Link: Get It Here!


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