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What a comeback rifforama is that! I even went with the limited color vinyl! ❤️❤️❤️:banger::banger::banger:

 

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Not a "buy" haul, but some sweet trades...

Laaz Rockit - Know Your Enemy  

AC/DC - Blow Up Your Video and For Those About To Rock...

Warlock - Triumph and Agony

Motorhead - Snake Bite Love

Ratt - Out of the Cellar (replaces old copy which was a scratched, skipping clusterf***)

Junkyard - s/t

Slayer - Haunting the Chapel

D.A.D. - No Fuel Left For the Pilgrims

Nirvana - Incesticide

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Dextress - s/t

Burning Kingdom - Simplified

Fair Warning - Live And More (2 CD)

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Buckcherry - Confessions + 2 (CD/DVD Edition)
Heartwind - Higher And Higher
Kim Wilde - Here Come The Aliens
Dead Lord - In Ignorance We Trust
Thirteen Seconds To Mars - America
Art Of Anarchy - The Madness
Black Stone Cherry - Family Tree
Blackberry Smoke - Find A Light
Bullet - Dust To Gold
James Christian - Craving
Robert Plant - Fate Of Nations + 5
Salty Dogs - Lost Treasure
U2 - Songs Of  Experience + 4 (Deluxe Edition)
77 - Bright Gloom
Ark Storm - Voyage Of The Rage
Dead Daisies - Burn It Down (JAP)
Issa - Run With The Pack + 1 (JAP)
Stryper - God Damn Evil + 1 (JAP)
Zodiac - Grain Of Soul
 

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Cheap Trick - The Epic Archive Vol 2. (1980-1983)

Fortnox - S/T (Rock Candy)

Shelter - First Stop (Rock Candy)

Amanda Marshall - S/T

Amanda Marshall - Tuesday's Child

Graham Bonnet Band - The Book

Various - Lightning To The Nations: NWOBHM 25th Anniversary Collection (Box)

Drive, She Said - Real Life (Remaster/Remix)

Target  - In Range

The Who - Who's Next

The Who - Who Are You

The Who - Quadrophenia

The Who - The Who By Numbers

The Who - It's Hard

The Who - Face Dances

The Who - Endless Wire

 

 

 

 

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Record store finds:

Less then $2.

 

Nineteen88 - The Great American Rock And Roll Spectacle

Of Fire And Machine - Of Fire And Machine

Sinergy- Beware The Heavens

Thrift Store find today:

Savatage - Dead Winter Dead

Richrath - Only The Strong Survive

 

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Kill Devil Theory - Kill Devil Theory

 

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Accept-Staying A Life

Alice In Chains-Black Gives Way To Blue

Counting Crows-Recovering The Satellites

The Doors-Strange Days

Jethro Tull-20 Years of Jethro Tull (3 CD's)

Huey Lewis and the News-Sports

Moon Dog Mane-Turn It Up

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers-Long After Dark

Stephen Stills-Manassas

Y&T-Musically Incorrect

Neil Young and Crazy Horse-Sleeps With Angels

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Pseudo Echo - Love An Adventure (2 Disc Expanded Edition)

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Ammunition - S/T

Judas priest - Firepower

Kee Of Hearts - S/T

Mystic Prophecy - Uncovered

The Poodles - Prisma

Sarke - Viige Urh

Saxon - Thunderbolt

Voodoo Circle _ Raised On Rock

WET - Earthrage

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On 6/7/2018 at 11:30 PM, kourosofsteel3 said:

 

What a comeback rifforama is that! I even went with the limited color vinyl! ❤️❤️❤️:banger::banger::banger:

 

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Hey nice sounds...I need to track this one down..the singer for Rage...very nice...

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Buckcherry - Rock N Roll + 2 (Best Buy Edition)

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Houston - lll

Don Felder - Road To Forever

Count's 77 - Count's 77

Count's 77 - Soul Transfusion

Jimmie Van Zant - Feels Like Freedom

Tygers Of Pan Tang - Ambush

The Order - Metal Casino

Heartland  - Wide Open + 2 (JAP)

RTZ - Lost + 1

David Byron - Take No Prisoners + 3 (Expanded Edition)

The Byron Band - On The Rocks

RPWL - Wanted

SoundtrucK - SoundtrucK

Black Mountain Prophet - Notorious Sinner

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Black Sabbath - The End.

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Gyre - Moiral

Gyre - Shared Visions

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The Darkness  - Live At Hammersmith

Saga - Live At The Montreal Forum 1984

Johnny Marr - Call The Comet

 

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F**cking amazing release.

 

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Jaded Heart - Sinister Mind + 1

Mansson - Arch Of Decadence

Terrorvision - Formaldehyde (2 CD Deluxe Edition)

Audio Porn - s/t

Shogun - 31 Days

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Church rummage sale pickup:
Gryn - Capital Punishment (1995) - a self released disc by a Kansas-based groove/thrash metal band. Given the time period, it sounds pretty much like I expected - local yokels copping the Pantera/C.O.C./Sepultura/Prong vibe. For 50 cents, I'm not gonna complain too much :rofl2:

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Preordered Nitrate-Real World from Andrew over at Melodic Rock Records :)

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6 hours ago, lettard said:

Preordered Nitrate-Real World from Andrew over at Melodic Rock Records

Hopefully you'll get it.

*wink wink* Andrew...:whistle:

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Blind Petition - Perversum Maximum

TKO - Let It Roll

American Dog - Poison Smile

Reuben Archer - Personal Sin

Jimmy Barnes - Hindsight

Gary Hughes - s/t + 1

DBA³ - Skyscraper Souls

Flying Colors - s/t

House Of Shakira - HoS

Inglorious  - s/t

Fall Out Boy - Mania

Amorphis - Queen Of Time

Jizzy Pearl - All You Need Is Soul + 1 (JAP)

Hollywood Monsters - Capture The Sun

Gun - Favourite Pleasures + 4 (Deluxe Edition)

FB 1964 - Störtebeker

Gunhill - One Over The Eight + 1

Hogjaw - Way Down Yonder

Lords Of Black - Icons Of The New Days + 1 (2 CD)

Richie Sambora + Orianthi - Radio Free America

Tarja - From Spirits And Ghosts

Rec//All - s/t

Vega - Only Human

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DEEP PURPLE - Perfect Strangers

RIK EMMETT - Absolutely

TRANSATLANTIC - smpt:e (badly scratched so it free)

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Wintersun - s/t

Joe Lynn Turner - Under Cover

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Robby Valentine - The Alliance (Deluxe Box Set)   2CD

Robby Valentine - The Alliance (Jap + Bonus Track)

Robby Valentine - Bizarro World Piano Versions 

Robby Valentine - Soldiers Of Light (CD-S)

Robby Valentine - Judgement Day  (CD-S)

The Night Flight Orchestra - Sometimes The World Ain't  Enough (Digipack + Bonus Track)

Dare - Out Of The Silence II

Guns N' Roses - Appetite For Destruction (Deluxe) 2 CD

Various Artists - Winds Of Time: The New Wave Of British Heavy Metal 1979-1985  (Box)

 

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