[Heavy Metal] Sabbrabells
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Sabbrabells is a Japanese heavy metal band. Up until their 2015 reunion with new vocalist Dioken, the band originally lasted from 1980 to 1987, securing three albums, an EP, and a few live albums in their discography.

For fans of Mercyful Fate, Metalucifer, Wolf, Judas Priest, Terra Rosa, Warrant, Iron Angel, and Agent Steel.








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#2
Bumped from the dead.

Any recent news on this band?
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#3
Great heavy metal band, hope to get more album in the near future. Not hard to see their name on Burrn! 80's issues.
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(02-12-2018, 03:39 PM)TadakatsuH0nda Wrote: Oh my god yes. Please Kiichi, have a bunch of fun with the 3 live shows and come back to Sabbrabells for good. He was the engine of the Sabbrabells machine and with respect to their current singer it’s not the same without Kiichi.

Kiichi is the ONLY singer of Sabbrabells. Dio ken was hired for one night because the band already agreed the show but could not convince Kiichi to join in.
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Ohh, I thought Dioken was more permanent. Glad that wasn't the case then.
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Vintage Sabbrabells clippings for sale. Hey, billm99uk and TadakatsuH0nda...
Quote:◇ご覧いただきまして有難うございます。

・切り抜き:30ページ

★ファイル入りではございません。

・1誌分のみページ欠けあり。その他の記事は欠けなく揃っております。

・貴重な古い年代の記事や入手しづらい絶版誌の記事などもあり読み応えのある切り抜きになっております。

・詳細はつけておりませんので画像でご判断ください。

・ページ数の少ないもの以外、画像のものは記事の一部になります。

・枚数でなくページ数です。

・当方は非喫煙です。

・紙という性質上、経年のヤケ、読みシワ、折れ跡などある場合もございます。状態は概ね良好だと思います。

・確認しておりますが、数枚の数え間違いやダブリ、チェックミスがあった場合はご容赦下さい。
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(04-29-2018, 01:58 AM)Painkiller Wrote: Vintage Sabbrabells clippings for sale.

◇ Thanks for looking.

· Clippings: 30 pages

★ It’s not a file entry.

· There’s a page missing from only one magazine. Other articles are complete without exception.

· These are valuable old articles and articles from out-of-print magazines that it are hard to obtain, etc. They are clippings that make a worthwhile read.

· Since further details are not attached, please judge from the images.

- With the exception of a small number of pages, the images are of the whole article.

· It’s not the number of images but number of pages. {Translator’s Note: I assume this means they’re double-sided?}

· We don’t smoke.

- Because of the nature of the paper, and its age, there are reading marks and signs of folding etc. but I think that the condition is generally good.

· I have checked, but please forgive me if there were any beginners mistakes or duplication, please forgive me.
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#8
Sorry. I meant for you both to take a look at those scans. Would be cool to get something translated, if only just a page or two. Tongue
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#9
I had a look. Not sure if they're good enough for my scanning software to pick up the kanji though. Though at least they're black on white, not red on black Wink I'll try one and see.
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Oh man that resolution is horrid. I'd be very surprised if any software could pick it up. My eyes certainly can't pick most of them up. Laugh
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