The Iowa-based Christian hard rock and metal label RETROACTIVE RECORDS has signed classic metal legends MASS to reissue two pieces of Classic Metal History!
RETROACTIVE RECORDS will reissue the original self-released 1984 four song self-titled EP (never before released on CD) with original artwork.  The EP sold over 10,000 copies on vinyl in the Boston area alone!
1984 MASS EP (independent release)
1. Looking Good
2. Pedal to the Metal
3. Holy One
4. Still of the Night
RETROACTIVE RECORDS will also be releasing the band’s debut album from 1982, originally recorded for A&M Records but never before released until now!  Even the band did not have listening copies of this album until having the original tapes baked and transfered to CD for this special reissue!
1982 A&M – MASS “FIGHTER” ALBUM 1982
1.     Watch Her Walk
2.     Part of Me
3.     Too Far Gone
4.     Do You Love Me
5.     Voyager
6.     Fighter
7.     Can you see it again
8.     Slip of the Lip
9.     Change your way
10.    Bad Man’s Reputation
Both album are set to release late October 2010

Look for the “MASS”ive promotion to come!



Born Twice Records (Jesus Music ’69-’89)
http://www.myspace.com/borntwicerecords

Retroactive Records (classic rock & metal)
www.retroactiverecords.net

Bombworks Records (extreme metal)
www.bombworksrecords.com

Brutal Planet Distribution

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