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Right this is for the real old gezzers out there.
In a very old edition of WD they gave away a free record on plastic.
Can't remember the bands name but the song was "Blood For The Blood God".
A heavy metal band, who liked to play warhammer.
My question is, Does anyone have this as a MP3 file.
I have looked all over and can't find this file anywhere.
I would appreciate it if you could point me in right direction so I can get a copy of it.
My copy of the record is gone and the only copy of it I have is on cassette.
On a really old tape.
Heres a site with the songs lyrics:
Last edited by tirnaog; June 1st, 2006 at 19:13.
I dont' have a copy of the record, but the band's name was Boltthrower, I believe.
Good luck in your quest!
Well, I wasn't around for that, but Slaanesh I wish I had been. Why is it that warhammer and 40k were so cool before I was born? Oh well, try ITunes or something like that. I know you think I'm crazy, but they have a mindboggling number of songs and such.
Last edited by sonofslaanesh; June 1st, 2006 at 17:44.
Pain is life, while I feel pain I still live, and while I still live I will seek vengance.We are few but strong in will
The last with pagan blood
We fought the world with burning steel
Now we sit in Hall of Gods
Had a friend try itunes. Not there. Also tried that new MTV/MS store. No luck
The Quest goes on!
Just try Amazon.com there are alfully many CDs containing a song called "Blood for the Blood God"
If this link works you can use it:
If not you have to search on your own...
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Thing is this was not released on CD as far as I know. Only on that free plastic record that came with WD issue.
Dude, look what I found!
Is this what you were looking for?
You can get it for a couple of quid and then link it to your 'puter and burn it onto the hard drive and convert it to mp3 if you have the hardware and software, that is if it is in good enough condition (better than your tape).
Last edited by Jon Quixote; June 2nd, 2006 at 09:53.
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Aye thats what I am talking about.
Thanks for the link.
Now is it worth spending S&H to USA for this! Ahh might have to bite the bullet.