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Wicked Lady exemplifies the "record collector" bands that gain new life through reissues: in this case, Kissing Spell's albums The Axeman Cometh and Psychotic Overkill. Their appearance marked some belated recognition for the power trio, which Northampton singer-guitarist Martin Weaver formed in 1968 with drummer "Mad" Dick Smith and bassist Bob Jeffries. However, Wicked Lady never came within a whisper of the…

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  • any info about the artworks? (the name of the original paintings or who did them?)
  • Wicked lady, where have you been all my life?
  • This has to be one of the trippiest, darker and rawest heavy psychedelic outfits ever along with Vulcan, Terry Brooks & Strange and JPT Scare Band...
  • @Stoned_alone Paul Chain Violet Theatre might be worth a try. IMO, it is the only band that comes close to sounding like The Axeman Cometh, at least in terms of mood. Try their EP titled "Detaching From Satan".
  • http://voices.yahoo.com/out-dark-wicked-lady-hidden-9123735.html?cat=37 This might help you Mouse_High
  • guys, anyone has any suggestions about the equipment that was used by this cool men?
  • unbelievable.
  • They are fuckin awesime... Really... Glad to find it.
  • Really impressive band... I think these guys predicted doom metal and even gloomy post-punk sound to some extent.

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