Long awaited reissue of the British heavy metal act's 1988 album. Tracks include a cover of the Christopher Cross' hit 'Ride Like The Wind' and 3 rare bonus tracks 'Live Fast Die Young', 'Rock the Nations' (Live at Hammersmith) and 'Back on the Streets' (Live).
Released: May 21, 1979
This is Saxon's first studio album, released in 1979. It sounds like Saxon hadn't found their style yet (that is understandable because they had members from ex-prog and ex-blues bands). The music style is NWOBHM but you can hear some prog influences.
After being dropped by EMI following a number of commercial and critical stiffs in the late '80s, the boys in Saxon signed with Charisma for their tenth album, Solid Ball of Rock.
Released: Mar 5, 2007
The sound on this album is much different from Saxon's older sound like "Wheels Of Steel", but it's still a great album.
Released: Oct 14, 1997
With Saxon tight combination of the music and vocal work at a high level. To pair them with someone else would be an injustice.
Released: May 5, 1980
This album was released in 1980 and it's Saxon's second studio album. It's a NWOBHM album but some songs are pretty Rock'n'rollish (like "Freeway Mad").