Δευτέρα, 1 Ιουνίου 2009

Grand Prix - There For None To See


Grand Prix surfaced in the wake of the emerging New Wave Of British Heavy Metal scene in the late 70's. Not for them, however, the meat and two veg. approach of the likes of Saxon, Dedringer or Jaguar to their sound. From the outset, Grand Prix offered something distinctly more melodic and polished. This album is pivotal in Grand Prix's short but enjoyable career. The link between their early attempts at melodic metal and the polished sound of Samurai (the band's follow-up),There For None To See offered up their finest hour in 'Keep On Believing'. British melodic rock may have never managed to scale the grand heights of its American counterparts, but albums such as this prove it certainly had much to offer.

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