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This is a new section with an index of all persons (musicians, producers, sound engineers, photographers, artwork artists) with contributions in the Hard Rock and Heavy Metal (inc Black/Death/Speed/Thrash) music from the late 1970's, until early 1990's.

Geezer Butler an English Bass player mainly known for playing with Ozzy Osbourne in the bands "Black Sabbath" and "Ozzy Osbourne (Band)", other bands he has performed in are: Geezer Butler Band, Geezer, Heaven & Hell, Rare Breed, The Ruums.

Geoff Nicholls (real-name: Geoffrey James Nicholls) is a keyboardist, musician and best known for the period where he performed with the NWOBHM band "Black Sabbath". Other bands he has performed with include Johnny Neal and the Starliners, Quartz, The Boll Weevils, The Seed, Tony Martin, World of Oz.

George Horn - Chief Mastering Engineer at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA and mastering engineer at CBS Studios, San Francisco. George Horn has been working often together with Steve Fontano, Dino Alden, George Horn and Guy Aitchison on the same heavy metal albums.


George Marino (1947-2012)  Senior Mastering Engineer at Sterling Sound N.Y.C. , he was probable  the most experienced sound mastering engineer in the world and has mastered hundreds of discs in all music genres. .Jump to a list that covers the Heavy Metal albums he has mastered during the 1980s

The list of Heavy Metal albums mastered by George Marino during the 1980s:
  • 1979 I'll Never Grow Up, Now! (Single), Twisted Sister (USA)
  • 1981 Heavy Metal Express (Split) , Judas Priest
  • 1981 Metal Priestess (EP), Plasmatics (USA)
  • 1981 Unmasked, Kiss (USA)
  • 1983 Holy Diver, DIO
  • 1983 Shout at the Devil , Motley Crue (USA)
  • 1983 Total Control, Sound Barrier
  • 1984 Bullets to Spare (Single), Dokken
  • 1984 Condition Critical, Quiet Riot (USA)
  • 1984 Crusader, Saxon
  • 1984 Heavy Metal Killers (Split)
  • 1984 I Wanna Rock (Single), Twister Sister
  • 1984 Into the Fire (Single), Dokken
  • 1984 Laura Branigan / Twisted Sister (USA) (Split), Twisted Sister (USA)
  • 1984 Let Them Eat Metal, The Rods (USA)
  • 1984 Powerslave, Iron Maiden (GBR)
  • 1984 2 Minutes 2 Midnight (Single), Iron Maiden (GBR)
  • 1984 Stay Hungry, Twisted Sister (USA)
  • 1984 The Blitz, Krokus (CHE)
  • 1984 The Last in Line, DIO
  • 1984 The Price (Single), Twisted Sister (USA)
  • 1984 Tooth and Nail Mastering, Dokken
  • 1984 Vices, Kick Axe (CAN)
  • 1984 We're Not Gonna Take It (Single), Twisted Sister (USA)
  • 1984 WOW, Wendy O. Williams
  • 1985 Alone Again (Single), Dokken
  • 1985 Be Chrool to Your Scuel (Single), Twisted Sister (USA)
  • 1985 Burning at the Speed of Light, Thrasher
  • 1985 Disturbing the Peace, Alcatrazz
  • 1985 Feel the Fire, OVERKILL (USA)
  • 1985 In the Beginning..., Malice
  • 1985 Just Got Lucky (Single), Dokken
  • 1985 Rockin' With You (Single), Malice
  • 1985 Stay Hard, RAVEN (GBR,USA)
  • 1985 You Want What We Got (Single), Twisted Sister (USA)
  • 1986 95-Nasty (Single), W.A.S.P
  • 1986 Because the Night (Single), Keel
  • 1986 Hollywood, Canedy, Feinstein, Bordonaro & Caudle
  • 1986 Inside the Electric Circus, W.A.S.P
  • 1986 Keeper of the Flame, Deaf Dealer (CAN)
  • 1986 Kommander of Kaos, Plasmatics
  • 1986 Master of Puppets, METALLICA (USA)
  • 1986 Somewhere in Time, Iron Maiden
  • 1986 The Final Frontier, Keel (USA)
  • 1987 Among the Living, Anthrax
  • 1987 Animal House, U.D.O.
  • 1987 Dream Evil, DIO
  • 1987 Dream Warriors (EP), Dokken
  • 1987 Frehley's Comet - Frehley's Comet
  • 1987 Heavier Than Thou + Hollywood Project (Compilation), The Rods (USA)
  • 1987 I Don't Need No Doctor (Single), W.A.S.P
  • 1987 Keel , Keel (USA)
  • 1987 Live... in the Raw (Live album), W.A.S.P.
  • 1987 Schizophrenia, Sepultura
  • 1988 Beast from the East (Live album), Dokken
  • 1988 Destiny, Saxon
  • 1988 Exciter (Self-Titled), Exciter
  • 1988 No Place for Disgrace, FLOTSAM AND JETSAM
  • 1988 Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting (Single), Flotsam and Jetsam
  • 1988 Seventh Son of the Seventh Son, Iron Maiden (GBR)
  • 1988 Sweet Dreams, Sword
  • 1988 They Want War (Single), U.D.O.
  • 1988 Under the Influence, OVERKILL (USA)
  • 1989 Climbin' the Walls, Wrathchild America (USA)
  • 1989 Dr. Feelgood, Motley Crue (USA)
  • 1989 Fire Fire, EZO
  • 1989 Forever Free (EP), W.A.S.P.
  • 1989 Mean Man (Maxi Single), W.A.S.P.
  • 1989 Seahags (self-titled), Seahags
  • 1989 Street Ready, Leatherwolf
  • 1989 The Headless Children, W.A.S.P.
  • 1989 The Real Me (Single), W.A.S.P.
  • 1990 Rev it Up, VIXEN (USA)

Guy Bidmead, producer and sound engineer has worked on the vinyl albums for several Hard Rock/Heavy Metal bands during the 1980s. These bands include: Motorhead, Wildfire, Trojan, Warfare, Exciter, Deaf Dealer, Coroner, Vanadium.

Guardian Studios are located in "Pity Me", Durham, England (not far from Newcastle upon Tyne), the "Guardian Studios" are owned by Terry Gavaghan (Producer).

Guy Aitchison has been designing and drawing Heavy Metal album covers during the mid to late-1980s. During this period he has drawn numerous album covers. Since 1988 he apprenticed in Chicago at Bob Olson's Custom Tattooing and became a tattooist. Guy Aitchison has been working often together with Steve Fontano, Dino Alden, and George Horn on the same heavy metal albums.

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