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Hansen & Friends - XXX: Three Decades in Metal

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Marillion - Brave (Deluxe Box Set)

Judas Priest - Firepower (Deluxe)

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Cats in Space - Cats Alive

The Residents - Meet the Residents (2cd)

Powder - Up Here (single)

Goddo - The Fortune in Men's Eyes (single)

Bryan Adams - Reckless

Grateful Dead - Cornell -5.8.77 (3cd)

Faithful Breath - Back on My Hill

Faithful Breath - Rock Lions / Hard Breath

Faithful Breath - Fading Beauty

Impeccable - Live on the Rox

Rick Springfield - The Snake King

Goddo - Lighve 2nd Best Seat in the House

Warlord - Live in Athens (2cd)

Jimmy Webb - Original Album Series

Don Barnes - Ride the Storm

Firefalll - Undertow/Clouds Across The Sun/ Break of Dawn (2cd)

Angie Aparo - Life is a Flower, Life is a Gun

Bill Nelson - Dreamy Screens (3cd)

Teenage Head - Frantic City

Vashti Bunyan - Heartleap

Vashti Bunyan - Just Another Diamond Day

Vashti Bunyan - Lookaftering

 

 

 

 

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Alter Bridge-Blackbird

Chicago-Love Songs

The Damned Things-Ironiclast

Billy Idol-Greatest Hits

Incubus-If Not Now,When ?

LA Guns-Greatest Hits and Black Beauties

Huey Lewis and the News-Greatest Hits

Lynyrd Skynyrd-Thyrty

Queen-The Miracle

Saigon Kick-The Lizard

Starship-Love Among the Cannibals

Thousand Foot Krutch-The Flame In All Of Us

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First Goodwill Store CD scores in a couple of weeks...

The Doors - The Best of the Doors (2CD in old school "fat boy" double size jewelbox)

Great White - ...Twice Shy

Asia - s/t

Led Zeppelin - In Through the Out Door

Lou Gramm - Ready or Not 

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Judas Priest - Firepower (Deluxe)

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I never thought that I'd buy zeppelin/elton john covers in my age ...But A Change Of Seasons is probably my 2nd favorite 20 min song from DT (on par with the cunt of Tuscany, both slightly above Octavarium) :wub:

 

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Saxon - The CD Hoard  (Box Set)

Peterik/ Scherer - Risk Everything

Paul Carrack - One Good Reason

Paul Carrack - Groove Approved

Kim Wilde - Here Come The Aliens

Geoff Downes & The New Dance Orchestra - Vox Humana

Geoff Downes & The New Dance Orchestra - The World Service

Geoff Downes & The New Dance Orchestra - Electronica

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Infinity - s/t

Vertical Horizon - Echoes From The Underground

The Treatment - Running With The Dogs (2 CD Limited Edition)

Girlschool - Guilty As Sin

Pop Evil - Up + 2 (Deluxe Edition)

Chickenfoot - Best + Live (2 CD)

Outrider - Foundations

Mirrorplain - Path Of Salvation

Force Majeure - The Rise Of Starlit Fires

Michael Bolton - Songs Of Cinema

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Project Forever - s/t

(Stala &) So - 3+1 EP

Underground Attack - First Of The Last Thirteen

Wishing Well - Chasing Rainbows

Pushking - V.I.P.

Paul Rutherford - Oh World (2 CD Reissue)

Strange Cruise - s/t + 2 (Reissue)

Robert Plant - Shaken 'n' Stirred + 1 (Reissue)

Robert Plant - Manic Nirvana + 3 (Reissue)

Nelly Furtado - The Best Of (2 CD)

Kate Perry - Prism

Sonic Syndicate - My Escape (Promo CDsingle)

 

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Brass Kitten - E Z N Pretty

Legs Up - Like A Bomb

Tuff - What Comes Around Goes Around ...Again

Flotsam & Jetsam - Drift

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Outloud - Let's Get Serious

Pat Travers - PT=MC2

Mark Sweeney - All In

Tango Down - Indentity Crisis

Sugar Ray - Music For Cougars

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Alice In Chains-S/T

Christian Metal Realm-Thorns of Redemption Comp Vol. 1

Phil Collins-Testify

Kenny G-The Moment

Corey Hart-Bang !

Lynch Mob-S/T

Yngwie Malmsteen-The Seventh Sign

Mott The Hoople-Greatest Hits

Rainbow-Down To Earth

SR71-Now You See Inside

Sting-Ten Summoner's Tales

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W.E.T - Earthrage

Rick Parfitt - Over And Out (Deluxe Box Set)

Kino - Radio Voltaire

Rick Wakeman - 5 Classic Albums

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Magnum - Escape From The Shadow Garden

Shadowman - Secrets And Lies

Punky Meadows - Fallen Angel

ColdSpell - Frozen Paradise

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W.E.T - Earthrage

Steel City - Fortress

Electric Boys - Groovus Maximus

 

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Le Brock - Real Thing (Ltd Edition)

FM - Atomic Generation (Signed)

Led Zeppelin - How The West Was Won  (Deluxe Edition)  3 CD

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A truly obscure find at Goodwill today...

Various Artists: Rock Business and Long Island Records Presents: AOR I/95

...a promotional sampler from Long Island Records, the short lived '90s AOR/hard rock record label from Germany. I own one release from this label (Parish's Envision, which feat. ex-Crimson Glory guitarist Ben Jackson), otherwise I probably wouldn't have even recognized the name. 

Anyway, it's sixteen tracks in a slim case and the artists on it include some vaguely familiar band names (Demon Drive, Bloodstone, If Only, Phil Naro, Loudshine) and a whole lotta "who?" I have heard OF some of these bands, but I'm fairly sure I've never actually heard any of 'em.

I skipped thru the first half of the CD in the car as I continued on to work, and heard some straight up '80s style hair metal, some wimp-tastic Richard Marx-style AOR and even some weird synth stuff that was borderline new wave (?). 

An odd mix, but I can never resist promotional crap like this when I find it out in the wild.

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