"Be My Slave" is the first official full-length album released by the female fronted American Heavy Metal band "Bitch". This album was produced by Phil Pecora with Brian Slagel as Executive Producer and Bill Metoyer being Sound Engineer.
Noise – N 001
Record Format: 12" Vinyl Stereo Gramophone Record
Total Album (Cover+Record) weight: 230 gram
This album comes with the original custom inner sleeve with lyrics of all the songs and detailed production information.
Brian Slagel is the founder and CEO of Metal Blade Records. Slagel is known for giving Metallica their first break in 1982, with an appearance on Metal Massacre, a compilation album on Metal Blade, and has since released seminal albums by Slayer, Mercyful Fate, Cannibal Corpse, Fates Warning, Amon Amarth and The Black Dahlia Murder, among others. Use this link to access a list of heavy metal albums produced by Brian Slagel during the 1980s
Bill Metoyer during the 1980s he was Vice-President and in-house sound-engineer of Metal Blade Records. As such he has produced and taken care of the sound of many Heavy Metal bands. Most notable: Flotsam and Jetsam, Fates Warning, Helstar, Savage Grace, Tyrant, Slayer, Trouble, Sacred Reich, Armored Saint, Atrophy, Abattoir, Bitch, D.R.I, Dark Angel, Cryptic Slaughter, Lääz Rockit, Morbid Angel, Omen, Lizzy Borden, Mentors and many others.
Track Record, Los Angeles, California May-June 1983
Kevin Gray, MCA Whitney, Glendale, California
John Al Letcher
Betsy "Betsy Bitch" Weiss is from Brigantine, New Jersey and best know as singer with the American Heavy Metal band: "Bitch" from 1982 until today (and as of 2008 also in a band called "Witch". She has done at least one guest appearance and that is the duet with "Lizzy Burden" on the song "Don't Touch me There" (originally from "The Tubes".
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