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  1. Another in my series of forgotten hard rock CDs. Today's forgotten gem is 1991's "Unleashed!" by the band WILD BOYZ. A band that was featured on the Rock On The Rise section of Metal Edge magazines bvack in the day, I anxiously awaited for my local record store to have this. And disappoint it did not! Some of my favorites:
  2. Here's another installment of my forgotten CDs threads. This time we have the band BIG HOUSE. This CD was released in 1991 on RCA Records. Blending glam and hard rock perfectly, this CD is a solid slice of melodic glam rock. Here are my favorites: Can't Cry Anymore, All Nite, and the ballad Baby Doll are the best of the rest.
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