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Rick Springfield - Rocket Science + 2  (Best Buy Edition)

Lenny Kravitz - Strut + 2 (Limited Edition)

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Big ole heap of Stormspell Records goodies in the mail today:

Stygian Oath -s/t
Blazon Stone - Down In The Dark
Runelord - Message From The Past
Rocka Rollas - Celtic Kings
Various - Stormspell 10th Anniversary Tribute
"Steel Assassin" - 1986 Mystery Band
Spellwitch - The Witching Hour
Terrorvore - Unforeseen Consequences
Lucifer's Hammer - Time is Death
Siren - Up From the Depths: Early Anthology & More (2CD)

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Lee Aaron - Diamond Baby Blues

Samson - Look Into The Future/ Refugee/PS  (3 CD Box )

Samson - Joint Forces - 1986-1993

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J.K Northrup & David Cagle - That's Gonna Leave A Mark

Odyssey Desperado - Don't Miss The Sunset

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Bad Company-Fame and Fortune

Coneheads-Soundtrack

Foreigner-Agent Provocateur

Jethro Tull-A Passion Play

Elton John- Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy

Janis Joplin-GH

Kills For Thrills-Dynamite From Nightmareland

Stevie Nicks-Trouble In Shangri-La

Rage Against The Machine-Guerrilla Radio

Rolling Stones-Stripped

Sounds of Freedom-Compilation

Rod Stewart-Downtown Train

A Very Special Christmas 2-Compilation

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Plastic Tears - Angels With Attitude

Liverbox - Rock N' Roll Salvation

Soleil Moon - Worlds Apart

Venice - Born And Raised

White - s/t

Z Plan - Circus

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Stryper - God Damn Evil

Ross The Boss - By Blood Sworn

Samson - Mr Rock & Roll (Live: 1981-2000) Box Set

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Steve Morse - Sessions
Three Days Grace - Outsider
W.E.T.  - Earthrage + 1 (JAP)
Animal Drive - Bite!
Axel Rudi Pell - Knights Call
Bulletboys - From Out Of The Skies
HTP - HTP + 1 (JAP)
HTP - HTP ll + 1 (JAP)
Ignore The Sign - A Line To Cross
Jorn - Dio + 1 (JAP)
Judas Priest - Firepower
Kino - Radio Voltaire + 4 (Special Edition)
Little Caesar - Eight
Michael Schenker Fest - Resurrection
CoreLeoni - The Greatest Hits Part 1
FM - Atomic Generation + 1 (JAP)
Hirsch Gardner - My Brain Needs A Holiday
Impera - Age Of Discovery
Imperial State Electric - All Through The Night
John Steel & Doogie White - Everything Or Nothing
Marco Mendoza - Viva La Rock
Messiah's Kiss - Get Your Bulls Out + 2
Michael Cosyn Group - Burn The Earth
Myles Kennedy - Year Of The Tiger
Northern Light Orchestra - Star Of The East
OMD - The Punishment Of Luxxury
Preacher Stone - Remedy
Revertigo - s/t + 1 (JAP)

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Rage - Reflection Of A Shadow

S.A.D.O. - Dirty fantasy

Newman - Aerial

Intruder - Live To Die

Scherer/Bratten - Battlezone

Alias - Metal To Infinity

Devoid - Cup Of tears

Steeltower - Night Of The Dog

Babylon A.D. - Revelation Highway

 

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Rumpelstillskin Grinder - Ghostmaker

Vector - Terminal Redux

Mortal Kombat Annihilation (Soundtrack) 

The Rocks 82.5 (Compilation)

 

From a show in North Carolina

 

October - The Goat

October - 21 Guns

Mike Paradine Group - Bayonne N.J.

Yea (H) - I Don't Wanna Do My Laundry

Tribute To Eric Moore And The Gods Vol III

Back -A- Round Records (CD Sampler 2018)

Thundering Herd - Backyard Junkyard

Forbidden Fruits Of Rock N Roll (Compilation)

Forbidden Fruits Of Rock N Roll Vol OK (Compilation)

Warboys U.S. - Man Alive!I

Warboys U.S. - Hot Brass (two copies, two different covers)

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3 hours ago, cdjunky41 said:

 

Vector - Terminal Redux

 

 

 

 

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Cheap Trick - Greatest Hits Japanese Singles (Blu Spec CD/DVD)

Darby Mills - Flying Solo (Signed)

Keith Urban - Graffitti U

 

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from a garage sale - a buck each

Megadeth - Countdown to Extinction

Rush - Gold (2 CD Best-Of Compilation)

Dead Bunni Records - Rip N'Tear Volume One (An all Alberta Metal Compilation)

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Chicago - Now (Chicago XXXVI)

Level 42 - The Pursuits Of Accidents +4/Standing In The Light + 5 (2 CD)

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Stryper - God Damn Evil

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Black Sabbath - TYR/Forbidden (Russian "2-on-1" compilation)

...yeah, I know, those Russian 2-on-1's are bootleg as hell, but I'm fine with that. Don't judge me :D

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Tommy Shaw - Girls With Guns/What If (2 CD)

Whitesnake - Slide It In: 25th Anniversary Edition (CD/DVD Edition)

California Breed - s/t (CD/DVD Edition)

Go West - Dancing On The Couch

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Vega - Only Human

Praying Mantis - G.R.A.V.I.T.Y.

Dimmu Borgir - Eonian

Journey - 80's Broadcast Collection (Box Set)

Belinda Carlisle - The CD Singles 1986-2014 (Box Set)

INXS - Kick 30 (Box Set)

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7 hours ago, Jez said:

 

Journey - 80's Broadcast Collection (Box Set)

 

wait, what ?? ! 

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America:A Tribute To Heroes-Compilation

The Clash-Combat Rock

Leonard Cohen-The Future

Ghost-Popestar

Jethro Tull-The Minstrel in the Gallery

Richard Marx-The Way She Loves Me

Paul McCartney-Wingspan

Nine Inch Nails-Year Zero

Queen-Innuendo

Rollins Band-Weight

Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band-Greatest Hits

Supertramp-Breakfast in America

 

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16 hours ago, Glen said:

wait, what ?? ! 

5 live shows (8CD's) from the 80's. I've had a couple on CD-R for years, so it's quite  nice to get these. Don't expect 'Offiicial' quality recordings on these, although they are all from various radio shows, so quality is pretty good throughout on what I've heard so far. Probably for completists only, but woth it

https://www.amazon.co.uk/80s-Broadcast-Collection-Journey/dp/B07BF39RCQ/ref=sr_1_3?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1526042582&sr=1-3&keywords=journey

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