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Chris Caffery-Faces

Dennis DeYoung-Desert Moon

Dio-Dream Evil

Corey Hart=Boy in the Box

Killer dwarfs-Method to the Madness

Yngwie Malmsteen-Collection

Dave Matthews-Some Devil

John Norum-Another Destination

Queensryche-Live Evolution

Saliva-Survival of the Sickest

Michael Schenker Group-The Unforgiven

Van Halen-Live:Right Here,Right Now

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And here is a shitload of cds that I am just now getting around to....

The Murder Of My Sweet - Bye Bye Lullaby

Place Vendome - Close To The Sun

Angels & Kings - Kings Of Nowhere

Lionville - World Of Fools

Gotthard - Silver

Lancer - Mastery

The Murder Of My Sweet - Beth Out Of Hell

Overkill - The Grinding Wheel

Sweet Mary Jane - Winter In Paradise

Grave Digger - Healed By Metal

Thunder - Rip It Up

One Desire - S/T

Amaranthe - Massive Addiction

Amaranthe - Maximalism

Kreator - Gods Of Violence

Tokyo Motor Fist - S/T

X-Sinner - Peace treaty

X-Sinner - Get It

Edenbridge - The Great Momentum

Unruly Child - Can't Go Home

Tommy Heart - Spirit Of Time

The Murder of My Sweet - Divanity

Bai Bang - Rock Of Life

Threshold - Legend Of The Shires 2CD

Niterain - Vendetta

Borealis - World of Silence

Channel Zero - Kill All Kings

Herman Frank - Loyal To None

Accept - The Rise Of Chaos

Crazy Lixx - Ruff Justice

Heat - Into The Great Unknown

Phantom V - Play To Win

Hell in The Club - See You On The Dark Side

Revolution Saints - Light In The dark

The Unity - S/T

Steel panther - Lower The Bar

Confess - Haunters

Slayer - Divine Intervention

Venom Inc - Ave

Harem Scarem - United

Adrenaline Rush - Soul Survivor

Wraith - Revelation

Niterain - Crossfire

In This Moment - Ritual

House Of Lords - Saint Of The Lost Souls

Eclipse - Monumentum

Dream Evil - Six

Art Nation - Liberation

LA Guns - The Missing peace

The Ferrymen - S/T

Brother Firetribe - Sunbound

Coldspell - A New World Arise

Fear Factory - The Industrialist

Powerman 5000 - Somewhere On The Other Side Of Nowhere

 

 

 

 

 

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TKO - Round Two ( The Lost Demos)

Shpongle - Codex VI (trippy ambient stuff)

Teenage Head - Frantic City.

Hornal - The Game Begins With the lIghts Out

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Saxon - Thunderbolt (Box Set)

W.A.SP - Reidolized: The Soundtrack To The Crimson Idol  2 CD/Bluray/DVD

Ammunition - S/T

Queen - We Will Rock Rio: The Legendary Broadcasts  (Box)

Fleetwood Mac - S/T (Expanded Edition) 2 CD

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From No Remorse records:

Heavy Load - Stronger Than Evil ( and scarf)

 

Record Store rescues:

Angra- Hunters And Pray (still sealed for $2.99)

Iron Eagle (Soundtrack)

Marco Mendoza - Live For Tomorrow

Sweet Water - Sweet Water

 

Thrift Store rescues:

 

Daughtrey - Break The Spell

Escape The Fate - This War Is Ours

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Steve Hackett - Feedback 86

JAG - Fire In The Temple

Was (Not Was) - New Steak Trend (JAP)

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Fire Tiger - Energy

Fire Tiger - Suddenly Heavenly

Simple Minds - Walk Between Worlds (Deluxe)

Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie - S/T

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Another bunch of pickups...mostly cassette replacements...

Metallica - S/T

Wargasm - Why Play Around?

Black Sabbath - Master Of Reality

Megadeth - Peace Sells But Who's Buying

Megadeth - So Far So Good So What?

Megadeth - Risk

Fear Factory - Genexus

July Reign - Here Comes The Flood

Pantera - Far Beyond Driven

Pantera - The Great Southern Trendkill

Morgana Lefay - Sanctified

Morgana Lefay - The Secret Doctrine

Wargasm - Ugly

Pantera - Vulgar Display of Power

Pantera - Cowboys From Hell

Coney hatch - Friction

Van Halen - S/T

Van Halen - II

Van Halen - Women And Children First

Van Halen - Fair Warning

Van Halen - 1984

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I didn't know that Van Halen - 1984 post of mine didn't go through. Well, here are some that I just got:

 

FUNHOUSE - Generation, Generator

OZZY OSBOURNE - No Rest for the Wicked

MARTY FRIEDMAN - Dragon's Kiss

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Got these super cheap on bootleg haven iOffer (all the way from Latvia!)... so obviously I have no illusions that they're original pressings, haha 

Pantera - Power Metal
Black Sabbath - Cross Purposes
Nuclear Assault - Something Wicked

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Fucking brilliant and for those that have this one check the thank you's for yours truly! 

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The Treatment - Generation me

Faster Pussycat - Belted, buckled and booted

Wild Lies - Prison of sins

Sweet/Lynch - Unified

Michael Sweet - Demos

 

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Toto - 40 Trips Around The Sun

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On 2/5/2018 at 8:41 AM, Jez said:

Fire Tiger - Energy

Fire Tiger - Suddenly Heavenly

Simple Minds - Walk Between Worlds (Deluxe)

Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie - S/T

Just picked up Simple Minds. As always I love it!

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16 hours ago, AmMaLaYa said:

Just picked up Simple Minds. As always I love it!

Great album..Their best in a while 

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Burn - Ice Age

preordered Steel City - Fortress & Maverick -Stone Cold Dancer

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Cue. - Guide In Blue

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FM - Rockville ll

Dynamite - Lock N Load

Circle Of Light - Rebirth

Fox - 2012

Ozz Knozz - True Believer

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On 2/7/2018 at 5:11 AM, Fat Freddy said:

Got these super cheap on bootleg haven iOffer (all the way from Latvia!)... so obviously I have no illusions that they're original pressings, haha 

Pantera - Power Metal
 

Has my favorite track from them which is an unreleased (back then) Keel song! B)

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