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18 hours ago, PeterS said:

Mmm.  Kim Wilde. Need to check that out. More to do with the crush I used to have on her though. 

It's a great album mate..full of poprocktastic tunes. A big return to form..Check it out

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20 hours ago, Jez said:

It's a great album mate..full of poprocktastic tunes. A big return to form..Check it out

Yummy. Very good indeed. With the Fire Tiger already hitting the nail on the head, this already a good year for whatever you'd call this sub genre. 

 

And just seen there's an expanded version of T'Pau Bridge of Spies just released. Will check that out. 

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Favs up to now...

W.E.T - Earthrage

Vega - Only Human

Steel City - Fortress

Station - More Than The Moon

Volster - Perfect Storm

LeBrock - The Real Thing E.P

Shiraz Lane - Carnival Days

Others I liked but will not make the end of year list for sure are...

Perfect Plan - All Rise

Grand Design - Viva La Paradise

Dangerous Curves - So Dirty Right

Maverick - Cold Star Dancer

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The only 2 that are worth anything are WET & Vega.

Everything else is under 80% imo.

The Lebrock EP is very good. 

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On 5/13/2018 at 7:36 AM, Glen said:

The only 2 that are worth anything are WET & Vega.

Everything else is under 80% imo.

The Lebrock EP is very good. 

Harsh reality; I like it. It's been a wasteland of a year in terms of albums.

The evolution of music and the way I listen to it has worked out nicely for me in 2018. I'm no longer really an "album man" but kist pick and choose the songs I like so as not to waste my ear-time. There's been some real nice tunes so far this year but barely a decent album to talk about. I like Station, Vega, No Sleep For Lucy and then maybe Blessthefall as the curveball. 

But yeah, a severe, harsh lack of really good albums this year for sure. And as I said when I last posted here, LeBrock absolutely destroys anything and everything else released this year. By light years. 

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4 hours ago, Geoff said:

Harsh reality; I like it. It's been a wasteland of a year in terms of albums.

The evolution of music and the way I listen to it has worked out nicely for me in 2018. I'm no longer really an "album man" but kist pick and choose the songs I like so as not to waste my ear-time. There's been some real nice tunes so far this year but barely a decent album to talk about. I like Station, Vega, No Sleep For Lucy and then maybe Blessthefall as the curveball. 

But yeah, a severe, harsh lack of really good albums this year for sure. And as I said when I last posted here, LeBrock absolutely destroys anything and everything else released this year. By light years. 

I agree but in no way does Lebrock destroy WET & Vega. I love those albums. 2 gems imo. 

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