Second album from Spanish heavy metal heroes Baron Rojo, recorded at Deep Purple Ian Gillan’s studio.
A multi-million selling platter that was released in the early ‘80s at the height of NWOBHM when the band supported Iron Maiden at the Reading Festival.
Baron Rojo (Spanish for “Red Baron”) are without doubt Spain’s premiere hard rock and heavy metal band. Originally forming in 1980 by brothers Carlos and Armando de Castro, they released their debut ‘Larga Vida al Rock and Roll’ in 1981. No doubt taking advantage of the nascent, burgeoning New Wave Of British Heavy Metal movement, then at its peak, the band relocated to England to record second LP ‘Volumen Brutal’ at Kingsway Studio then owned by Deep Purple’s Ian Gillan (the album actually features a guest appearance from then Gillan keyboard player Colin Towns). Released in 1982, and including rockers such as ‘Los rockeros van al infierno’, ‘Incomunicación’ and ‘Resistiré’(Stand Up in English), the album has sold two million copies worldwide, no doubt helped by an appearance alongside Maiden at 1982’s Reading Rock festival.
ISOLATION WARD (INCOMUNICACIÓN)
ROCKERS GO TO HELL (LOS ROCKEROS VAN AL INFIERNO)
GIVE ME THE CHANCE (DAME LA OPORTUNIDAD)
TERMITES (SON COMO HORMIGAS)
FLOWERS ON EVIL (LAS FLORES DEL MAL)
STAND UP (RESISTIRÉ)
SOMEONE'S LOVING YOU (SATÁNICO PLAN)
CONCERT FOR THEM (CONCIERTO PARA ELLOS)
YOU'RE TELLING ME (HERMANO DEL ROCK 'N' ROLL)
BARON FLIES OVER ENGLAND (EL BARÓN VUELA SOBRE INGLATERRA)