Singles [Heavy / Power] » Flying Vision (Jpn) - Dreamy Night [Single] (1985)
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    Artist: Flying Vision
    Release: Dreamy Night
    Genre: Heavy Metal
    Country: Japan
    Bitrate: 320
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    Finally, after hunting for multiple years, I've found a copy of Flying Vision's Dreamy Night. Super rare single. Flying Vision are an all-woman heavy metal group, one of the earliest in the Japanese metal scene, and despite the cheery colorful artwork, they were by no means soft cutesy rock like some of the era's other bands, rather they were fairly pure heavy metal, with a hint of a poppy overtone, similar to Show-Ya's good stuff. Apparently back in the day the band had intended to release an album, but it never came to fruition, sadly. Anyways, I'm sure there's several people who have wanted to hear this for a long time, so here it is! Enjoy!

    Recorded from my own vinyl using Audio Technica AT-LP60.

    Other Flying Vision stuff:
    All Night Metal Party live split uploaded by Akira: http://heavymetalrarities.com/forum/vie ... etal+party
    All Night Metal Party VHS (Audio) (Flying Vision material only (6 songs): http://heavymetalrarities.com/forum/vie ... 12&t=25148
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    Tracklist:
    1. Dreamy Night
    2. Dancin'
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    I do appreciate the rarity but the music is a little hard to swallow lol but All Night Metal Party is kick ass for sure. They are better without the pop over tones in my humble opinion.
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    cruedevil71 wrote:I do appreciate the rarity but the music is a little hard to swallow lol but All Night Metal Party is kick ass for sure. They are better without the pop over tones in my humble opinion.

    It's got a very Show-Ya feel to it, right up my alley lol, and yeah, their All Night Metal Party stuff ditches a lot of the poppier quirks, which is pretty nice too.
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    Great band after all. This one and stuff from All Night Metal PArty releases - both amasing. I like this type of japanese 80s female fronted heavy metal, it's minor feeling in music.
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