“HEAVY METAL 13666 CIRITH UNGOL FROST AND FIRE”
Original issue on the band’s own “Liquid Flame Records”,
initial edition of 500 copies (cat# HM13666).
A repress of 1000 or 2000 copies followed shortly after the first press with slightly altered labels and a different cat# (LF001).
Reissued in 1981 on Enigma Records/Restless Records.
BUT BEFORE THE FIRST 500 COPIES BAND DID TEST PRESSING WITH
Everything is the same day except every time is been re-released the back cover with the credits has changed a little bit, not the photograph but just the text etc.
I think because there was quite a bit of interest in the band and we were broken up for so long it was fertile ground for so many people to make bootlegs. We were recording from almost the time the band started so we always had copies of our songs but they were mainly for ourselves and on a limited basis we will let friends have them. Just so you know the only official demo we really ever did was that orange cassette until we released frost and fire.
in 1981 we released “Frost & Fire” on Liquid Flames Records #10766 not sure how many we made but then signed a deal with Greenworld who rereleased it under #LF001 (On the spine.) a rare one came out without the logo.
We released it as a demo technically 10766, once we signed a distribution deal it was I guess a album release Lf001.
Robert Garven, Mar 2019
- For Enzo (scratched on the first record)
1st pressing. Liquid Flames Records is only mentioned on the spine. Copyright (c) Cirith Ungol, no (p) mentioned. Also different labels & deadwax etchings to the Liquid Flames repress.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): MASTERED AT ALLEN ZENTZ L.A., CALIF. / + / KM + / FOR ENZO / HM 13666-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): MASTERED AT ALLEN ZENTZ L.A., CALIF. / HM 13666-2 / + / KM +
HM13666 press 500 copies.
LF-001 re-press 1500 copies (?).
Limited to 5000.
- Is F&F limited to 5000 copies? Or 500 copies?
- Is F&F record label HM13666 = LF 10766? or LF001 = LF 10766? or LF 10766 = other release?
1st pressing. Liquid Flames Records is only mentioned on the spine. Copyright (c) Cirith Ungol, no (p) mentioned. Insert w/ lyrics, pictures and credits. Also different labels & deadwax etchings to the Liquid Flames repress.
This original HM13666 variant features two pairs of “Praying skeletons” on the label.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Matrix / Runout (Side A): MASTERED AT ALLEN ZENTZ L.A., CALIF. / + / KM + / FOR ENZO / HM 13666-1
Matrix / Runout (Side B): MASTERED AT ALLEN ZENTZ L.A., CALIF. / HM 13666-2 / + / KM +
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