Fritz Randow

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Fritz Randow
Born (1952-08-06) 6 August 1952 (age 61) [1]
Braunschweig, Germany [1]
Genres Rock, heavy metal, hard rock, progressive rock
Occupations Musician
Instruments Drums
Years active 1971 - present[1]
Associated acts Eloy
Victory
Sinner
Saxon
Jane

Fritz Randow (born August 6, 1952) is a drummer from Germany.[1] He has played in rock and heavy metal oriented bands such as Eloy, Victory, Sinner and Saxon and in 2007 with Peter Panka's Jane.

Biography[edit]

Randow started playing the drums when he was 13 years old. Between the age of 14-17 he played in various cover bands.[1]

Discography[edit]

Eloy[edit]

Victory[edit]

  • Don't Get Mad ... Get Even (1986)
  • Hungry Hearts (1987)
  • That's Live (live) (1988)
  • Culture Killed the Native (1989)
  • Temples of Gold (1990)
  • You Bought It - You Name It (1992)
  • Liveline (live) (1994)
  • Instinct (2003)
  • Fuel to the Fire (rerecorded songs) (2006)

Sinner[edit]

  • Respect (1994)
  • Bottom Line (1995)
  • Judgement Day (1997)
  • The Nature of Evil (1998)

Saxon[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Germany's First, Germany's First! Über Fritz at http://www.germanysfirst.de/biographie.html (German); last accessed 10 August 2007.
  2. ^ Official Eloy website, Discography at http://www.phil.uni-sb.de/projekte/progrock/Eloy/disco/1973.htm; last accessed 10 August 2007.
  3. ^ Official Eloy website, Discography at http://www.phil.uni-sb.de/projekte/progrock/Eloy/disco/1974.htm; last accessed 10 August 2007.
  4. ^ Official Eloy website, Discography at http://www.phil.uni-sb.de/projekte/progrock/Eloy/disco/1975.htm; last accessed 10 August 2007.
  5. ^ Official Eloy website, Discography at http://www.phil.uni-sb.de/projekte/progrock/Eloy/disco/1982.htm; last accessed 10 August 2007.
  6. ^ Official Eloy website, Discography at http://www.phil.uni-sb.de/projekte/progrock/Eloy/disco/1983.htm; last accessed 10 August 2007.
  7. ^ Official Eloy website, Discography at http://www.phil.uni-sb.de/projekte/progrock/Eloy/disco/1984.htm; last accessed 10 August 2007.