https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AclSSlU_uDE Megadeth covering Melt the Ice away. Wouldn't let me download so use above link - enjoy.
Budgie/Metallica Breadfan busking in Matlock Bath Jem (Belper School) Published on Aug 30, 2009 You Tube We managed to find a backing track for this on the internet. This is the first time I have played this busking but it is such a cool song I didn't want to miss it off my busking set! I wasn't entirely happy with the backing track, it sounds a bit electronic, especially the drums, but this was the best we could find. The main thing was to have no guitar in it. It was another good day even though there was no sun! I really enjoyed myself. A really big thank you to all the people that were kind enough to throw money in my guitar case. And even if you didn't throw any money in thanks for taking the time to listen to me play!! \m/ Jem \m/ Category Music License Standard YouTube License
Welcome to the official website of Ray Phillips. https://therayphillipsband.wordpress.com/ Ray Phillips was founding member and original drummer with the 1970’s Legends of Welsh Rock – BUDGIE. Producer Roger Bain took them under his wing at the same time as Black Sabbath. Budgie went on to produce some of the most defining heavy rock anthems of all time which in turn would be covered by the likes of Metallica (Breadfan), Iron Maiden (I Can’t See My Feelings) and Soundgarden (Homicidal Suicidal). Coverage in Brazil 2009 During the 1980’s, Ray gave birth to the NWOBHM outfit, Tredegar. Today, he’s very busy – getting set to release his new solo album, is in the process of producing a book and a DVD, and is out touring with The Ray Phillps Band. You never know, there may even be some items from the Tredegar archive ready to see the digital light of day, so stay tuned! We hope you enjoy the site. Don’t forget, you can also follow Ray on Twitter @Squawk_1972 or visit Ray’s MySpace site at http://www.myspace.com/rayssixtonbudgie http://www.myspace.com/rayssixtonbudgie
http://www.45cat.com/record/rca271 Record Details Artist: Budgie Label: RCA Country: UK Catalogue: RCA 271 Date: Sep 1982 Format: Special Edition 7" » Search eBay » Search Amazon » Listen To This Record Track Artist Title Composer A Budgie Bored With Russia Bo Hill B Budgie Don't Cry Shelley, Thomas
Budgie - Heavy Revolution (The Best) (2015) MP3 Disc One Heavy Revolution Flowers In The Attic Hold On To Love Melt The Ice Away Don't Lay Down and Die Breadfan Parents Hellbender Crash Course in Brain Surgery She Used Me Up Panzer Division Destroyed Breaking All The House Rules Time To Remember Disc Two Homicidal Suicidal Baby Please Don't Go Rocking Man I Can't See My Feelings Forearm Smash Drug Store Woman Wild Wire You're The Biggest Thing Since powdered Milk I Turned To Stone Power Supply Superstar Don't Cry
Budgie - Live in London Global Village (1974) Bootleg Track Listing 01. Breadfan (6:13) 02. You're The Biggest Thing Since Powdered Milk (8:10) 03. Hammer And Tongs (12:00) 04. Zoom Club (8:44) 05. Parents (8:39) 06. Rocking Man (9:10) . Budgie were: Burke Shelley- Vocals, Bass Tony Bourge - Guitar, Vocals Pete Boot - Drums . .
Concert Review Recorded at London's Global Village (March 9th 1974) and capturing Budgie initially at something approaching their peak and then some way away from it. The London show is spectacular. With better than expected sound quality, it pinpoints the often manic experimentation with which Budgie approached their music -- that is, titles as long as your arm (shame that only "You're the Biggest Thing Since Powdered Milk" is present here) and solos that extend even further. Neither "Breadfan" nor "Zoom Club" have ever sounded better, and even the less than stellar "Hammer and Tongs" is not to be missed. Though it's a mere six songs long, the London show is spectacular. With better than expected sound quality, it pinpoints the often manic experimentation with which Budgie approached their music -- that is, titles as long as your arm (shame that only "You're the Biggest Thing Since Powdered Milk" is present here) and solos that extend even further. Neither "Breadfan" nor "Zoom Club" have ever sounded better, and even the less than stellar "Hammer and Tongs" is not to be missed. An alternate vision of the 1974-1978 Radio Sessions CD released a few years ago, this live Capital Radio broadcast opens with DJs Nicky Horne and Roger Scott swapping scene-setting banter ("about thousand youngsters… not overcrowded, very comfortable out on the floor and not a streaker in sight"), and then kicks into a "Breadfan" that reminds us why Budgie deserve so very much more than the second division metallurgist tag that normally accompanies mention of their name. With Burke Shelley already sounding like his voice has been through the wringer, but the band hitting warpspeed around him, it’s the traditional Budgie blend of skull-pounding riffs and heartwarming melodies, colliding in the most unexpected places again and again and again. Six songs comprise the hour long broadcast - an impassioned "Powdered Milk," "Hammer And Tongs," "Parents," "Rocking Man" and, best of all, a "Zoom Club" that really does zoom, soaring from sublime high to deafening peak around one of the slinkiest, most seductive rhythmic riffs ever conceived. What’s most amazing, though, is the fact that Budgie were already a little past their peak when this was recorded… a full concert tape from two years previous would wipe the floor with this one. But still there’s not another band of their breed that could compete with Budgie in full flight and, until they get the box set they deserve, discs like this will be precious as gold dust (Review by Dave Thompson).