In for the Kill! is Budgie's fourth album. It was released in May 1974. It includes a re-recording of the song "Crash Course in Brain Surgery", originally released in 1971 as a single. The song was covered by Metallica for their 1987 The $5.98 E.P Garage Days Re-Revisited, while the album's title track was covered by Van Halen during the group's club days.
Digitally remastered and expanded edition of the 1989 sophomore album from the British Pop duo including seven bonus tracks. Climie Fisher were formed in 1987 by vocalist/songwriter Simon Climie and former Naked Eyes keyboardist Rob Fisher. Simon Climie was already known as the writer of the Aretha Franklin and George Michael hit 'I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)' and other late '80s hits before forming this successful recording project. Features the singles 'Facts Of Love', 'Fire On The Ocean' and 'It's Not Supposed To Be That Way'.
Frank Quinn, the relentless detective who made his debut in John Lutz's acclaimed thriller Darker Than Night, faces his toughest and most personal case yet.
An invitation written in blood…A madman is stalking women in the city. By the time his victims are found, they've been dismembered with careful precision, their limbs stacked into a gruesome pyramid and completely cleansed of every last drop of blood.
Often thought of as a cross between Black Sabbath and Rush, the underappreciated outfit has influenced countless acts. This 3CD compilation contains their 3 classic albums that were recorded for MCA and are regarded as classics of the Genre; Never Turn Your Back On A Friend, In For The Kill and Bandolier…
Budgie are a Welsh rock band from the capital, Cardiff. They are widely considered as one of the first heavy metal bands and a seminal influence to many acts of that scene, with fast, heavy rock (an influence on the New Wave of British Heavy Metal (NWOBHM) and such acts as Metallica) being played as early as 1971, preceding other influential bands such as Judas Priest. Notable Budgie songs include "Breadfan", "Crash Course In Brain Surgery", "Parents" and "Napoleon Bona - Parts 1 & 2". - Wikipedia.org