Trawled from the depths of the BBC Archive and classic BBC shows of the day, a collection of performance gems from a totally rock 'n' roll early 1970s.

Totally British: 70s Rock 'n' Roll - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2013-03-08

Totally British: 70s Rock 'n' Roll - Under the Blade - Netflix

Under the Blade is the debut studio album by American heavy metal band Twisted Sister, released on Secret Records on September 18, 1982. It was produced by UFO and Waysted bassist Pete Way and featured a very brutal and rough sound, which was eventually totally ignored on a remixed re-release by Atlantic Records on July 14, 1985. The re-release also added a remixed version of the song “I'll Never Grow Up, Now”, the band's long forgotten 1979 single. The Atlantic Records release was both a try to emphasize on the commercial success of Stay Hungry and, by then (and for years to come) the only official way to get the album as Secret Records was no more. However, bootlegs with the original mix were still in circulation. On May 31, 2011, Eagle Records re-released Under the Blade in a digital remastered form with the original mix finally restored. Under the Blade has sold over two million copies worldwide. The track “Bad Boys Of Rock 'N Roll” is a new recording of a track that appeared earlier on the 1981 compilation “Homegrown Album”

Totally British: 70s Rock 'n' Roll - Track listing - Netflix

All tracks written by Dee Snider.

Totally British: 70s Rock 'n' Roll - References - Netflix