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Lizzy Borden - Official Thread

Discussion in 'Metal' started by Vince-Neil0, Oct 2, 2012.

  1. Vince-Neil0

    Vince-Neil0 Back Door Man

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    Lizzy Borden is an American heavy metal band formed in Los Angeles in 1983. Lizzy Borden is also the name of the band's lead vocalist.

    I noticed Lizzy Borden wasn't on the forum, and thought "well we can't have that" So I decided I'd make the thread for myself. I believe that Lizzy Borden's older albums are as good as any other glam band from the 80s.. So here it is.

    Albums
    Love You to Pieces (1985)
    Menace to Society (1986)
    Visual Lies (1987)
    Master of Disguise (1989)
    Deal with the Devil (2000)
    If It Ain't Broke, Break It! (as Starwood) (2005)
    Appointment with Death (2007)

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    Lizzy Borden - Me Against The World

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  2. Ar-Pharazon

    Ar-Pharazon Senior Member

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    I own the first 4 "classic" albums. Good 80's metal, far better than the popular stuff like Poison, Cinderella, etc.

    I've heard that Lizzy really shot himself in the butt when he used horns on Master Of Disguise. I find the album OK, but definitely the weakest of those 4.
     
  3. METALPRIEST

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    I forgot about this thread and nice to see a bump!! I love the Murderous Metal Road Show DVD and I also have the first 4-5 albums and the last two to boot!!

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    Great band!! Always liked them. Very Geoff Tate/Bruce Dickinson with additional Psycho added.



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