One of the most influential formations which emerged in the beginnings of the N.W.O.B.H.M. madness was TANK - a fierce, ambitious young band, taking all the best that was in punk and metal to a higher level. The group was formed in Croydon (London, England) in 1980 by Alasdair Algy Mackie Ward, an experienced front man who wanted to go beyond his previous musical experiences which included playing in The Saints and The Damned. As the story goes, Algy left The Damned and met brothers Mark and Peter Brabbs. Soon after a new formation was born - a band which would serve a thrilling musical mixture accepted by both punk and metal fans. The name chosen for the group was short and powerful - TANK - it very well suited the band's ambitions to deliver as much impact as possible. Today Metal Mind Productions presents a re-release of Tank’s live album recorded in Germany in 1981. The new edition includes 10 bonus tracks – demo versions of Shellshock, Run Like Hell and Blood, Guts & Beer, 3 tracks taken from the radio session at Soundsuite Studios, London, England, and 2 live tracks recorded at Parkpop, Holland in 1982. The material was digitally remastered using 24-Bit process and is limited to 2000 copies.