Accept, Dio, Jimi Hendrix, Kiss, Motörhead, Rush.. [Vinyl LP]
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HEAR N AID Hear N Aid (1986 UK 9-track vinyl LP featuring Stars recorded by members of the hard rock community to raise money for famine relief in Africa and around the world along with recordings from Motorhead Kiss Rush Dio Scorpions Y&T Jimi Hendrix and Accept picture sleeve with credits & Stars lyrics inner. The sleeve displays some light general wear whilst the vinyl remains excellent with some light cosmetic marks an ideal play copy)
die single stars an der so um die 60 metalmusiker der 80iger mitgewerkelt haben ist eine der größten hymnen die man im bereich metal je gehört hat !
gänsehaut !!! dieses stück läßt einen nicht mehr los !!!!!! der rest naja nur beiwerk
Kriegst du wo anders um 10 euro nachgeworfen !
Die Single ist aber, geb ich zu, ein Meisterwerk und ein muss für jeden 80er Glam und allgemein Metalfan !
Darum 5 Sterne weil Qualität wucher überbietet !
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First up - the music: a bevy of, well, stars line up to flesh out this album. The bands on this are hard to fault though perhaps lacking relevance to younger hard `n' heavy fans as the years progress. The protagonists are Accept, Motorhead, Rush, Kiss, Jimi Hendrix, Dio, Y&T and the Scorpions. All these bands contribute a track which means the music herein runs the gamut from straight ahead chugging (Accept), the same but with some flash (Scorpions), the old guard of 70's prog (uh, that would be Rush) and the bubblegum of Kiss as a juxtaposition. As a collective of curios this album sells itself but wouldn't - in fact- sell many platters given the great wad of compilations out there. But this disc is given its place in history by...
The cause: If you are looking at buying this then you are either a major Dio fan or know the story of Dio wanting the hard rock community to get in on the act of famine relief. Hence the existence of this compilation in the first place (I mean Dio is/was metal royalty - would you have said no to putting a track on it?). But the real reason everyone is here is for the song Stars. Truth be told it's not that awesome a song but it is the tune where a multitude of hard rock and metal community members got together to lend their voices to a real soccer chant of a backing singer group. Not to mention the blazing guitar solo the number is blessed with that features a number of the great shredders of the era.
Based on music alone this compilation would be good but you wouldn't bother buying it. But when combined with the cause and the novelty of the Stars lead cut you really have to try and track down a copy.
The guitar solo is the STAR here, with many of the soloists giving literally the performance of their lives. Of course Yngwie, still a relative unknown at the time, blows them away, but George Lynch, Craig Goldy, Vivian Campbell, and even Neal Schon (?!) shred it up beautifully. Dave Murray and Adrian Smith of Iron Maiden are invited to do what they do best and provide a harmony line for the chorus music. It's sad that they didn't actually solo, though. I would have infinitely preferred to hear their unique talents instead of Twisted Sister's guitarist or Buck Dharma of Blue Oyster Cult. Not that there's anything wrong with those two, it's just that their performances don't quite match up to the blistering fretwork standards set by the aforementioned shredders. Yes, Neal Schon really lets loose and makes you wonder "What the hell is he doing in Journey?"
Vocal-wise you've got mostly Ronnie James God showing off his pipes, but he kindly shares the verses with Don Dokken, Kevin DuBrow, Rob Halford, Geoff Tate, and a few also-rans who all do an amazing job. Vince Neil was in the choir, but I'm shocked he wasn't given a verse lyric to sing, considering he was probably the most popular guy there at the time. Probably would have boosted sales as all the teenaged rocker sl*ts would buy it for his presence.
Other songs are included on this compilation, donated by bands who couldn't perform on the title track, but who cares. STARS is the main reason to buy this, and is worth every penny. This one song basically defines the heavy metal of the 80s (NOT glam, but the REAL metal).
The great metal wizard RJD.I've listened to this a million times and the
guitars are phenominal.I'm lucky to have this but I hope RJ dio will
re-release this so other metal maniacs can enjoy a special moment in
time.An +A,if your die hard enough than it's worth the price.
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