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Demon - 1981 Night Of The Demon
The general misconception of Demon's debut is that it is a piece of 'demonic metal', due to the bands name, album title and cover, which features a mangled cross. Aside from the title track which lyrically could be judged slightly occultish, there is little here to place the album in that zone. Instead it is a superlative set of traditional British hard rock, with anthems pumped out left and right.

Demon - 1982 The Unexpected Guest
Demon definitely progressed beyond their NWOBHM origins as their career extended into the 80's. For this album though, Demon hadn't quite made the musical u-turn, but there are definite hints that a change was on the cards.

Demon - 1983 The Plague
This album is something that has far more in common with Pink Floyd and Marillion than any heavy metal band.

Demon - 1985 British Standard Approved
For prog/pomp fans with a hankering for anything to do with Eloy, Pink Floyd, then this is a no-brainer for you.

Demon - 1985 Heart Of Our Time
'Heart Of Our Time' wasn't a big mover and shaker within the Demon back-catalogue, but there's enough here to interest prog, AOR and pomp listeners.

Demon - 1987 Breakout
Some good references to GDM faves Magnum mostly, but that insistent and soul destroying snare drum killed this album for me big time. What a shame.