Lucifer's Friend - Lucifer's Friend 1970
"This is the first album by progressive rock band Lucifer's Friend, released in 1970. There are many Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin influences heard throughout this album, most notably the dark lyrics heard on many songs, especially the song "Lucifer's Friend." There is a little controversy that "Ride The Sky" is a rip off of the "Immigrant Song" by Led Zeppelin, but this is not true due to the fact that "Ride The Sky" was written before Robert Plant wrote "Immigrant Song." There are also some very striking similarities between this album and Black Sabbath's debut because both are the first and self-titled albums by both bands, both are full fledge heavy metal, and both have a self-titled song, and both have arguable anti-christ band names. Along with Black Sabbath's "Black Sabbath", and Lucifer's Friend's self-title debut, marks the point where full fledge heavy metal is evident."
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