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Record store finds:

Hellchild - Bare Skin

Tribe After Tribe - Tribe After Tribe

Holy Soldier - Encore

Game Over - Burst Into The Quiet

Metallica - Earthquake Hits Buffalo (boot)


Aurin - Catharsis

Aurin - The Pre- Inspired Symphony

Digital Collapse -Digital Collapse

Dead By Wednesday - The Last Parade

Dead By Wednesday- The Darkest Of Angels

Dead By Wednesday- The Killing Project

Maniac Rise - No Lives Matter

Maniac Rise - Swallow My Evil

For The Headbangers Vol 7 (sampler)

Metal Life Crisis - All When Youth Was King

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Three Lions - s/t

Jesse Damon - Southern Highway

Platinum Rose - House Of Pain

Dirty Black Halo - Burning At The Edge Of Dawn

Dannie Damien - The Boxer and the Boozer

Empire - Leeches

Noely Rayn - Escape From Yesterday

Drunken Rollers - Boogie Generation

Scavanger - Between The Devil And The Sea

Hardreams - Countdown Time

Stampede Queen - Night At The Cockfights

DreamsNowReality - Dreamfinity  (Deluxe Edition)

Dirty Glory - Mind the Gap

Nasty Whores - s/t

Lizhard - Bigger, Better, Stronger

Loreley - Here We Are Again

Nympho  - V.I.P. Very Indecent People

Van Arx - Stand Together For Rock and Roll

W.A.N.T.E.D. - God's Best Sinners

Pinnacle Point - Winds Of Change

Scream Maker - Livin' In The Past

State Of Rock - A Point Of Destiny + 1

Gary Moore - Still Got The Blues + 5

Tygers Of Pan Tang - Animal Instinct

Giuntini Project - III + 1 (JAP)

Jorn  - Symphonic

Magnum  - Sleepwalking

Cheap Trick - RockFord

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This week's haul:

CD Baby:

The Jones - Brass Knuckle Belt Buckle

Nuse - The Pain Collection

West Of Hell - Spiral Empire

Terminus - The Reaper's Spiral

Exordium Mors- The Apotheosis Of Death

StormSpell 10th Anniversary Tribute (comp)

Jaded Faith - Scratching The Surface

From the last two shows:


Out Of Bounds - Blacked Out

Dave Simmons - The Light Between

Dave Simmons - This New Life Of Mine

Panzie - Love & Blood

Panzie - The Joke's on You

Rest Assured? - American Filth

The Wild - Gunning For You

Daizy Chain - 25 Years

Knucklebone - On The Rocks

Quick - Makin' A Mess

A New Low - Live 2015

Gray Matterz Presents Stay Original Vol II (promo comp)

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