Def Leppard had done, Saxon went for a more melodic, almost pop metal appoach, but have since returned to their heavy metal roots. Currently there are two bands touring under this name. Biff Byford retains the name Saxon and continues to tour and put out new music into the new millenium. However, ex-guitarist Graham Oliver and bassist Steve Dawson were also touring under the name Saxon until lawsuits forced them to change the name to Oliver/Dawson Saxon.
Saxon - Saxon (EMI) 1979
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Saxon are an English heavy metal band, formed in 1977 in Barnsley, Yorkshire. They were one of the hopefuls of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal movement. With their self-titled debt the band hadn't yet found their sound and were still echoing their 1970's influences. Still, there are some good songs included here and some glimpses into the band's future, such as "Frozen Rainbow" and "Stallions of the Highway". However, this album would soon be overshadowed by the phenomenal:
By the late 1970's heavy metal was considered a relic by the mainstream, especially in Europe. Punk was the new aggressive sound, soon to be replace by new wave in the 80's. Disco was the rage in the U.S. However, as the 1970's were ending a whole new crop of bands were rising from all around the world. England seemed to be the epicenter for this new metal movement with many new heavy metal bands garining momentum. Saxon were one of those bands. Their 1979 eponymous was a bit underwhelming but with their next two releases "Wheels of Steel" and "Strong Arm of the Law" the band had not only found their sound, but they helped define the new wave of heavy metal. Both albums are straight-forward, head-banging, heavy metal classics. Anthems such as "Motorcycle Man," "747 "Strangers in the Night)", "Wheels of Steel", "20,000 Feet" and "Dallas 1PM" became signature songs for the band being played in concert for decades to come. "Heavy Metal Thunder" was more than just an anthem, it was a speed metal statement about the second wave of heavy metal. To this young American metalhead, discovering these albums in the early 80's was like finding gold. I wore the grooves off the expensive import vinyls.
If ever there was a song and an album the exemplified the New Wave of Heavy Metal music that was exploding out of Europe in the 1980's it would be Saxon's "Denim & Leather". For those who are just the right age, the song was a call to arms; a battle cry for all those who donned their patch clad denim vests and leather biker jackets and hung out in the record stores looking for more heavy metal to rip holes in their speakers. Cheesy? Hell yeah! But we wouldn't have it any different. It was about having a good time and there was a unity among the fans. It was all about fists in the air and head banging, sweaty rivet heads crammed into a small hall watching their favorite band tear up the stage. Saxon were one the genres finest. "Denim & Leather" is chock full of Saxon classics; "Play It Loud", "And the Bands Played On", and "Fire in the Sky"...all classics! The chugging "Princess of the Night" is one of Saxon's best songs ever. It was also one of their most successful singles as well.
Ultimatum recorded a cover of the classic title track on their "Lex Metalis" CD.
Saxon - The Eagle Has Landed (EMI) 1982
1. "Motorcycle Man"
Saxon live isn't much different than Saxon studio, save for the crowd interaction on "Wheels of Steel." That is probably why this album failed to break Saxon into the US market like they were hoping it would. Well, I am of the opinion that this is a classic, although not to the same level as say Judas Priest's "Unleased in the East" or Thin Lizzy's "Live & Dangerous." My copy is a German import version.
One powerful and melodic NWOBHM disc that is just as strong today as it was in the early 80's. Saxon outdid themselves on this disc. Why they never became as big as they deserved to be is beyond me. Not a bad song on this disc, which is unusual for a Saxon disc as most do have at least on stinker. "This Town Rocks" pushing the bounds of Spinal Tap silliness, but still manages to fit in overall. Others like "Redline" and the title track more than make up for it however. Another German import version.
I own the vinyl picture disc pictured above, as well as the black vinyl version with the alternate track listing that includes the song "Suzi Hold On" instead of "Midas Touch".
October 31 do a furious cover of "Power and the Glory".
Saxon - Crusader (EMI) 1984
1. "The Crusader
By the time "Crusader" was released in 1984 heavy metal had once again become extremely popular around the world. Saxon were one of those bands like Iron Maiden and Def Leppard that many thought would become international superstars. They had the catchy songs and the big record label. However, for whatever reason, many fans at the time of it's release considered "Crusader" to be a disappointment, some calling it a sell-out. Granted it is less aggressive and more melodic than past albums, but it still sounds like prime Saxon. I never could understand the hatred for "Crusader". I liked it when it was a new release and still enjoy it today. OK, there are a few Spinal Tap silly clunkers like "Bad Boys (Like to Rock 'N' Roll)" and "Rock City," but songs like "Crusader", "Sailing to America" and a smokin' rendition of Sweet's "Set Me Free" are all prime examples of Saxon's brand of straight-forward heavy metal!
Saxon - Innocence Is No Excuse (Axe Killer) 1985
1. "Rockin' Again"
I remember when this came out everyone thought this album was another big disappointment. I liked it as it's heavy, melodic and hook laden. Once again, some of the lyrics and song titles border Spinal Tap silliness, but the music is full of emotion. "Back on the Streets", "Devil Rides Out", "Rock 'N' Roll Gypsy" and "Broken Heroes" are all superior Saxon songs, in my opinion. This French version came in a nice slip case, with a 16-page full color booklet and contains two extra tracks. There are a bunch of cool live pics on the inside with Biff & Co. looking very dapper in their glammy outfits. The bonus tracks are both from "Crusader."
This album was stinking HARD TO FIND! Up until 1999, I couldn't even seem to special order a copy. Luckily a French company (Axe Killer) reissued it. Includes a generous booklet and cardboard slipcase.
Saxon - Rock the Nations (Griffin) 1986
Saxon - Destiny (Axe Killer) 1988
1. "Ride Like the
"Destiny" is very different album than one would expect from Saxon. It is most certainly an attempt at the glossy, melodic/commercial hard sound that was popular by the mid-80's. Def Leppard had a lot of success in 1987 with a smiliar sound. I really don't understand "Destiny" didn't go over better as it really is quality music, especially "Red Alert" and the Christopher Cross song. Yes, opening cut "Ride Like the Wind" is the Christopher Cross cover, and a quality cover at that. Perhaps if the band would have written a sappy radio single like "Pour Some Sugar on Me" it would have gone over better. As it stands, "Destiny" is an oddity in the Saxon catalog and thankfully a sound they left behind in future releases.
This disc was out of print for years and was selling in the $30-$50 range on eBay. As usual, however, patience pays off and the disc was re-released by French company Axe Killer. Includes some cool bonus tracks and excellent packaging as well. As with their "Innocence is No Excuse" reissue, the disc comes wrapped in a slipcase. The bonus tracks are all B-sides from various 12" singles that were previously unavailable on CD.
1. Solid Ball of Rock (4:35)
1. Forever Free (4:57)
Saxon - Dogs of War (Virgin) 1995
1. "Dogs of War"
After screwing around for several albums trying to "make it" in the American market, this classic NWOBHM band finally realizes that they need to be who they are and stop pretending. Legendary bands that try to change to appease a trend are a sad lot. Fortunately Saxon figured that out and put out these two high charged heavy metal discs. Yes, Saxon is BACK! These are their strongest discs in years! Songs like the title cut, "Forever Free," "Burning Wheel," and "The Great White Buffalo" are great biker songs that fit well with the classics from "Wheels of Steel" and "Denim and Leather." One thing though, I wonder just how many songs Saxon have with the words "rock, rocks, & rockin'" in the title?
Unfortunately "Dogs of War" and "Forever Free" are only available as an expensive imports. Lucky for me I have friends in high places that save me from paying $30 for these discs. My dear friend Olaf in Germany GAVE me these two. You rule Olaf!
Saxon - The Eagle Has Landed Part 2 (CMC International) 1996
Another excellent live disc from Biff and Co. I love Saxon live! Can't get enough of it. Biff's voice sounding slightly worn here and there on this disc, but otherwise a solid offering with a good mix of songs from Saxon's whole catalog.
Saxon - Live at Donnington (CAS) 1997
1. "Motorcycle Man"
Thought I had better pick this one up before it disappears. At the time I listed this, it was readily available on CDNow for about $10. Being that it is on such an obscure label, I had a feeling this disc would disappear as fast as it surfaced. Anyhow, this short disc was recorded at Castle Donnington in August of 1980 at the very beginning of Saxon's career. Cool to hear some of those early rockers like "Still Fit to Boogie" and "Stallions of the Highway" that have never made it to any official live Saxon disc. "Bap Shoo Ap" is a silly sing along song where Biff attempts to get the audience to sing along. It works better with "Wheels of Steel" but at this point they had not started doing that yet. Also of note, this was the very first Monsters of Rock festival and if Biff is correct, there were 60,000 people in attendance rocking to the likes of Saxon, Judas Priest, Riot and the Scorpions. The NWOBHM is born!
1. Gothic Dreams
"Unleash the Beast" is Saxon's thirteenth studio album and the first album without original guitarist Graham Oliver. He was replaced by guitarist Doug Scarratt. Scaratt becomes an important member of Saxon as the band moves forward and brings a new, freshness to this album. "Unleash the Beast" is a transition album, heading into heavier, darker heavy metal than the band's more recent attempts at commercial acceptance. Songs like "Circle of Light" and "Unleash the Beast" are some of the heaviest material that Saxon has recorded since the early 80's. "The Thin Red Line", "Ministry of Fools" and "Cut Out The Disease" exposes a darker side of the band, a trait that would carry on to future Saxon releases and seems to replace some of the corniness presented on past releases. Perhaps the cut that standouts the most is "Terminal Velocity". This song is a mega-catchy anthem that recalls the glory days of Saxon in the early 80's. This is exactly the type of fist-pumping heavy metal that Saxon is known for. There are some lighter, more radio friendly moments as well. "Absent Friends" is an acoustic ballad, but is far from being a corny, sappy song. Rather this song seems to bleed heartfelt emotion. Throughout Biff's voice sounds stronger than ever. "Unleash the Beast" is a solid, traditional heavy metal album from Saxon.
Saxon - BBC Sessions/Live at Reading Festival '86 (BBC Music) 1998
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Rock Show 6/26/86
Any of the BBC discs are worth acquiring. The sound quality is usually excellent, as is this one. Saxon's "BBC Sessions" is a nice set of live and live in the studio Saxon tunes. Tons of classics here, but there are also some more obscure tracks for the Saxon purists. Of particular note is that at the end of "Strong Arm" there is a short medley of Black Sabbath tunes. Not sure if this disc is available in the US or not. I've not seen it.
Saxon - Metalhead (SPV) 1999
Wow! This is REAL METAL! I was immediately impressed with "Metalhead" as it sounds like classic Saxon yet somehow manages to not sound dated. There are lots of cool songs on this one, my favorite being the title track, a song supposedly about aliens. On the surface it just sounds like a supercharged metal anthem. "Are We Travellers" is also about aliens. Some of my other favorites are "Conquistador" and "Song of Evil." Metalhead is definitely a stronger album than "Unleash the Beast" and dare I say one of their bet ever.
After a few months of owning this disc and living with it, I must say I still like it as much as I did when I first bought it. Had the chance to see Saxon on this tour with U.D.O.opening in Santa Fe, NM. It was a fantastic show with Saxon playing for well over two hours. They performed four songs off the new album, the four that I picked as favorites a few months earlier when the above blurb was written. I also have to say that despite the rumors of Biff Byford being "anti-social," he is actually very cool. I had the pleasure of talking with Biff for a few minutes after the show when he came out to greet some of the fans who were still hanging around. He was very cordial, signing autographs and just enjoying the fan's attention. My disc is signed by Biff. (see photo above)
Saxon - Diamonds & Nuggets (Angel Air) 2000
1. "Stallions Of Highway"
Another Saxon odds and sods compilation, although apparently this one was officially licensed from original guitarist Graham Oliver. All tracks here were formerly unreleased or at least, unreleased in this format. The booklet is very nice, containing lots of photos of Saxon in their early years and also includes a track by track commentary by Oliver. A few tracks are pre-Saxon, dating all the way back to the early 70's. There are also several outtakes from the "Power and the Glory" studio sessions.
Saxon - Beast of Rock (CAS Records) 2001
1. "Turn Out The Lights"
Not sure if this is a bootleg or an official release, but 'Beast of Rock' features some of the earliest of Saxon studio demo material. It's a pretty sweet collection with surprisingly decent sound quality. The material is all unreleased in these forms, as far as I know. A very similar collection to the officially licensed 'Diamonds And Nuggets'. "Stone Room Jam" is an early instrumental demo version of what became "The Eagle Has Landed." "Still Fit To Rock n Roll" became "Still Fit to Boogie". Several other songs on this disc were re-recorded for other Saxon releases.
Saxon - Killing Ground (SPV) 2001
Very cool digi pack collector's edition of the new Saxon disc. The disc comes wrapped in a deluxe digi-pack that folds out several times and includes the full booklet from the single disc version as well as a plethora of pics of the band. The bonus disc contains new studio recordings of old Saxon classics. The production on these bonus tracks are, of course, superior to the originals but overall the songs don't change that much. The one exception is that some of the guitar solos have been re-written and are a bit more flashy. Biff's voice sounds as strong as ever on these, as well as the new tracks. As for the new material, well, this disc continues where 'Metalhead' left off. "Killing Ground" is as good, or better than that disc, and certainly blows "Unleash the Beast" out of the water. Their cover of King Crimson's "In the Court of the Crimson King" is superb and may be one of my favorites off this disc. The title track rocks supreme, putting Saxon into realms of heaviness of Accept or Judas Priest.
Well if you're going to release a 'best of' disc, this is the way to do it. The current members of Saxon go into the studio after years of touring and playing these songs live and re-record them with a killer, modern studio sheen. The band picked the crowd favorites and re-recorded them with a bit more aggression than even the original studio versions had. Of course some of the guitar solos are a little different, and the tempos may have changed here and there, but overall they didn't go to far from the original versions. This would be a great introduction to the band for someone unfamiliar with these classics and is certainly a blast through the past for long time fans like myself. Disc two of the limited edition release contains live tracks recorded in San Antonio, TX, USA in 2002. The liner notes detail these tracks as "official bootlegs." Isn't that an oxymoron? If it's official, it's not a bootleg. In anycase the reason for the label is to justify the sub-par sound quality. This particular disc will probably only appeal to die-hard fans like myself. The disc also contains a bonus video that can be played on a computer featuring live footage from Germany's Wacken Festival 2001.
Saxon - Lionheart (Steamhammer/SPV) 2004
If anyone had any doubt that Saxon doesn't RULE, one spin of the full-throttle opening track should change their mind. As with the band's last few outputs, this CD is excellent, pure, hard rockin', heavy metal. While I love the band's early anthems and still hold them in high esteem, their newer, heavier sound that began with "Unleash The Beast" and were perfected with "Metalhead" and "Killing Ground" are very enjoyable. "Lionheart" continues in pretty much the same mode as these three albums. From the excellent opening track "Witchfinder General", to the slightly more predictable "Man and Machine," to the mellower moments like "Beyond the Grave" and "Searcing for Atlantis", Saxon has succeeded in putting out yet another molten metal monster. Perhaps my favorite track, aside from the "Witchfinder General" is "Jack Tars" and "English Man 'o' War." "Jack Tars" is a short acoustic song that acts and an intro to "English Man 'O War," For some reason this song just stood out as a signature song for the band, even though I think the entire CD is strong. As would be expected on a Saxon CD, the guitars are biting and Paul Quinn and Doug Scarrat give us some tasty guitar leads. Also, Biff Byford still delivers a powerful punch after all these years. Together Saxon have succeeded in creating yet another fine heavy metal opus. No fan of classic heavy metal should pass on this CD.
The third installment in the "Eagle Has Landed" live albums from Saxon. This two CD release is a compilation of live tracks from several tours and shows from 2004 - 2005. The collection offers songs from throughout the band's large catalog of material, including some rarely heard numbers. While there are obviously some variables in recording from show to show, the overall CD flows like one concert and actually sounds good from song to song. As with any second or third live album in a band's career, follow-up albums will never top the original. Nostalgia plays a huge factor in this for most fans. However, "The Eagle Has Landed Pt. III" is still a great testament to one of the best and longest running metal bands in history.
It's also interesting to not that this album features three different drummers, Nigel Glockler - Drums (Night Out With the Boys tour tracks), Jörg Michael - Drums (Lionheart tour tracks) and Fritz Randow - Drums (Wacken Open Air tracks).
Saxon - The Inner Sanctum (SPV/Steamhammer) 2007
DISC ONE (CD)
DISC TWO (DVD)
Saxon, the English NWOBHM veterans have been a solid ball of heavy meal since 1997's "Unleash the Beast". Since abandoning their pursuit of being another Def Leppard pop rock sensation and conquering the America charts, Saxon have created some of their finest albums to date. "The Inner Sanctum" is no exception. Not only have they been releasing solid studio albums, they have also manged to stay vital in an ever changing heavy music scene. On their 1997 release, the powerful guitar interplay between Paul Quinn and Doug Scarrat are as good as it has ever been. Longtime drummer Nigel Glockler returns and gives one of his best studio performances yet. As well, Biff sound no worse off for his age either. "The Inner Sanctum" starts off with the excellent "State of Grace", a song that has the melodic feel of some of the material on "Crusader" or "Innocence is No Excuse". "Need For Speed" then picks things up with a blending of that classic heavy metal sound and modern power metal. This song and the follow up "Let Me Feel Your Power" are some of the heaviest songs Saxon has written. "Red Star Falling" is a powerful, melodic track with an chorus that has an immediate hook. This song reminds me of tracks like "Strong Arm of the Law" or "Dallas 1PM" in that it successful tells a story, in this case a story of the fall of communism. What Saxon album would be complete without at least on song title containing the work "rock". "I've Got To Rock (To Stay Alive)" has an AC/DC swagger that should please any traditional heavy metal fan. Overall, "The Inner Sanctum" is yet another solid, heavy metal platter. They have done a successful job in blending their classic NWOBHM beginnings, with atmospheric epics and a more modern European power metal sound. Also included is a bonus DVD that contains seven live songs from their recent "A Night Out With the Boys" small clubs tour, as well as three tracks of interviews with the band.
Saxon - Call to Arms (UDR) 2011
Saxon – Heavy Metal Thunder Live: Eagles Over Wacken (EMI) 2012
1. Procession (1:47)
2. Sacrifice (3:58)
3. Made in Belfast (4:35)
4. Warriors of the Road (3:32)
5. Guardians of the Tomb (4:49)
6. Stand Up and Fight (4:03)
7. Walking the Steel (4:24)
8. Night of the Wolf (4:20)
9. Wheels of Terror (4:22)
10. Standing in a Queue (3:38)
DISC TWO (Bonus Disc)
1. Crusader [orchestrated version] (6:43)
2. Just Let Me Rock [re-recorded version] (3:41)
3. Requiem [orchestrated version] (3:33)
4. Frozen Rainbow [acoustic version] (4:04)
5. Forever Free [re-recorded version] (4:47)
Saxon are of the few bands waving the banner high for real heavy metal. Instead of jumping around from trend to trend, as many bands have done for decades, Saxon have opted to hone their sound to metallic perfection over the years. While they may have attempted lighter sounds in the late 80's and early 90's in an attempt to gain international stardom, since 1997's "Unleash the Beast", they’ve had a consistent run of stellar studio albums. "Sacrifice" is not exception. The album is chock full of meaty, riff-based, heavy metal tracks. The songs range from fast and furious to mid-paced and crushing. The title track and "Made in Belfast" are up-beat rockers in the tradition of "Machine Gun" and "Motorcycle Man". "Guardians of the Tomb" is built around a killer vocal hook and a big, meaty riff while "Stand Up and Fight" has that classic fist-pumping pulse that defines heavy metal. This is the type of track that made Saxon one of the greats of the NWOBHM movement of the early 80's.
Saxon deserve to be on that same pedestal as Judas Priest and Iron Maiden. Nearly thirty years into their existence and they are still cranking out high quality heavy metal. That can't even be said of a band like Iron Maiden, who have in recent years gone the route of prog-rock. I once read that Saxon are to heavy metal what Exodus are to the Big Four of Thrash Metal. Though they are right their at the top of their game, and perhaps even better than some of the others, they are forever relegated to the outside gazing in. I concur! With Saxon there is no better example of meat and potatoes, blue-collar heavy metal.
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