It’s always been the case that the music you grew up with in many ways became the most important chapter to the soundtrack of your life, because it coincided with the years that involved discovering yourself, finding your voice and so many rites of passage that shape the rest of what we do and who we become.
For the rock and heavy metal fans of the late 70s and 80s this was perhaps more true because as a genre it was completely ostracised and frowned upon as mindless and of little substance. For the mainstream media in the UK which in those days meant a handful of radio and four TV channels, it simply didn’t exist.
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