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Star Chase - Afterlife

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Never a hyper sticker could be so right 'bout this! Especially for a Mahler afficionado like myself!

 

F*cking Robots is already my favorite track of the year! What a comeback from the man! 

 

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Kissin' Dynamite - Ecstasy...+2  (Deluxe)

Tarja - Act II (Limited Edition ) 2 CD, 2 Blu-Ray

Daughtry - Cage To Rattle

AOR - More Demos From L.A

David Bowie - Bowie At The Beeb 1968-1972  2 CD

David Bowie - BBC Radio Theatre, London  2000

David Bowie - A Reality Tour  2 CD

David Bowie  - Cracked Actor - Live In Los Angeles '74 2 CD

David Bowie - Welcome To The Blackout - Live In LondOn '78  2 CD

 

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America-A Horse With No Name and other hits

Chicago-Greatest Hits

Jimi Hendrix-Experience Hendrix

Kitte-Until The End

Nickelback-Dark Horse

Romantics-Rhythm Romance

Michael W.Smith-First Decade 1983-1993

System of a Down-S/T

Neil Young-Chrome Dreams II

 

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Finally, time to scratch off my list one of my top 10 wants! 

 

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Probably my favorite album of the year thus far! Tom Englund is so great on this, hopefully he leaves now his main band 😁 Best transfer in metal since Fates Warning's signing of Bobby Jarzombek. 

 

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Garage sale pickups:

Soundgarden - Badmotorfinger (replaces a prior copy that was a scratched, skipping clusterf**k)

Bad Religion - Stranger Than Fiction

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Legion - Last Man Standing

Sabu - Between The Light + 3 (Reissue)

Well Red - Motion

O'Regan - Polymorphic Tragedy

Eden - Into The Within

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Dope - American Apathy

Dope - Blood Money Pt 1

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Eclipse - Monumentum

House Of Lords - Saints Of The Lost Soul

Jorn - Life On Death Road

Lione/Conti - Lione/Conti
 
Place Vendome - Close To The Sun
 
Pretty Maids - Kingmaker

Sunstorm - The Road To Hell

Ten - Gothica

Ghost - Prequelle + 2

Kissin' Dynamite - Ectasy + 2

Lizzy Borden - My Midnight Things + 3

Night Flight Orchestra - Sometimes The World Ain't Enough + 1

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John Lawton - Still Payin' My Dues...

Lynyrd Skynyrd - Street Survivors + 5

Lynyrd Skynyrd - Second Helping + 3

Jaded Heart - Helluva Time

 

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Kissin' Dynamite - Generation Goodbye: Dynmite Nights  2 CD/Blu-ray

Molly Hatchet - Fall Of The Peacemakers 1980-1985  (Box)  4 CD

Florent Pagny - The Essential Studio Albums (Box) 9 CD

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Linehouse - Take One
Zhenx - s/t
KPS-Klepsteen Peiffer Sampson EP
Red Sky Mary - River Child
Tremonti - A Dying Machine
Trillium - Tectonic
Nitrogods - Roadkill BBQ
Roger Taylor - Fun In Space + 3 (Reissue)
Roger Taylor - Strange Frontier + 5 (Reissue)
Shinedown - Attention Attention
Axel Rudi Pell - The Ballads V
Cactus - Black Dawn
Derek Davies - Revolutionary Soul
Destinia - Metal Soul + 1 (JAP)
Don Airey - One Of A Kind
Five Finger Death Punch - And Justice For None + 2 (Deluxe Edition)
Graveyard - Peace
Living Colour - Shade
Nightwish - Decades (2 CD)
Quiet Riot - Road Rage
Rex Brown - Smoke On This...
Riot - Armor Of Light + 2
Schubert In Rock - Commander Of Pain
Sebastien - Art Of Creation
TNT - XIII + 1 (JAP)

Vega - Only Human + 1 (JAP)

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Billboard Top Hits-1978

Jude Cole-I Don't Know Why I Act This Way

Genesis-S/T

Hurricane-Slave To The Thrill

Jars of Clay-Flood

Billy Joel-Greatest Hits Vol. 3

Dave Matthews Band-Live in Chicago 12.19.98

Robert Plant-Pictures At Eleven

Stan Ridgway-Mosquitos

Shaw/Blades-Influence

30 Seconds To Mars-A Beautiful Lie

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Bad City - Welcome To The Wasteland + 2 (JAP)

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Airrace - Untold Stories

Champlin, Williams, Friestedt - 10 Miles EP

Saxon - Innocence Is No Excuse...+7 (Digibook)

Saxon - Rock The Nations...+8 (Digibook)

Saxon  -Destiny...+6 (Digibook)

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Past few weeks:

 

Children Of Nar/ Sars The Attack - split CD

BombNation - Night Invasion

Rust N Rage - Showdown

Know Your Enemy - Heal The Wound

Absu - Absu

Charred Walls Of The Damned - Charred Walls Of The Damned

The Red Chord - Clients (deluxe edition)

Unearth - The March (special CD/DVD edition)

 

 

 

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Blackfinger - When Colors Fade Away

Gothminister - The Other Side

Guns N Roses - Chinese Democracy

Kickin Valentina - Imaginary Creatures

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I know what I love on this man's table! Gotta have them all signed! 

 

 

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Issa - Crossfire

Reason - The Darkest Star

Marion Raven - Set Me Free

HighWay - United States Of Rock 'N' Roll

HighWay - IV

Royal Hunt - Fear + 2 (JAP)

Trucker Diablo - Rise Above The Noise

High Road Easy - Drive 

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Whew, been a long time since I bought a CD!

 

LILLIAN AXE - S/T

KILLER DWARFS - S/T

BONFIRE - Don't Touch the Light

STEVAN PASERO - Classique Bouquet

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On 8/16/2018 at 3:32 AM, GeorgeRendon said:

Whew, been a long time since I bought a CD!

 

LILLIAN AXE - S/T

 

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Haunted Records:

 

A.S.D. - The Struggle Of Me

A.S.D. - Diehard

A.S.D./ Shut The Fuck Up - Split CD

One Less Scumbag - Execute Them All

 

Vintage Vinyl trip:

 

Tribulance - The Aftermath Of Lies

Nervosa - Downfall Of Mankind

Dead City Ruins - Never Say Die

Monster Magnet - I Talk To Planets CD/CD ROM single

Mother's Finest - Iron Age (Rock Candy)

Trimm - Trimm

Tattoo The Earth (comp)

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