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Atlanta Rhythm Section - Sleep With One Eye Open

Missouri - Best Of

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Kiske/Somerville - City Of Heroes

Night Ranger - 24 Strings & A Drummer: Live & Acoustic

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Destine - Lightspeed

 

 

 

I've managed to get a Jap, pressing from Amazon UK for a fiver (GBP)

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Jackson Highway - S/T

 

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Sentinel Beast_ Depths Of Death

Heather's Rage_Knights Of Steel

Lich King_ Super Retro Thrash

Slander_Careless Talk Costs Lives

Wrath_ 2 CD 1 DVD set

Kingsbane_Kingsbane

Midnight Priests_R.D.M.N.

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Aerosmith - Rehabilitated

Aerosmith - Rocks Donington (CD & DVD version this time)

Magnum - Vigilante

Magnum - Goodnight LA

Magnum - Chase the Dragon

Magnum - Rock Art

Magnum - On a Storytellers Night

Magnum - The Eleventh Hour

Teaze - Tour of Japan

Roq Royale - s/t

Savatage - Sirens/Dungeons

Savatage - Power of the Night

Magnum - wings of Heaven

Magnum - Sleepwalking

Bill Nelson's Red Noise - Sound on Sound

Kiss - Alive 35 (Helsinki)

Mott the Hoople - Live Hammersmith 2009

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Impulse buy @ Wal-Mart this PM:

Queensryche - Condition Human

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Teaze - Tour of Japan

Great live disc!

Absolutely

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Black Sabbath-Tyr

Dayride Ritual-S/T

Hughes /Thrall-S/T

Motley Crue-Supersonic Relics

The Michael Schenker Group-S/T

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Second Hand Store finds:

 

Bauhaus: Press The Eject And Give Me The Tape

Within Temptation: Mother Earth

Within Temptation: The Heart Of Everything

 

Direct from the band:

 

A Formal Horse: A Formal Horse EP

A Formal Horse: Morning Jigsaw EP

(Female-fronted prog ... a bit Big Big Train-ish, with some early IQ/Pendragon touches)

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Marshall Tucker Band - Still Smokin'

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Cross of Thorns - Black Majesty

Nomad - Mike Tramp

For my vinyl fix, First Strike - Pharoah

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For my vinyl fix, First Strike - Pharoah

 

You finding this sorta stuff around melbourne, or online?

 

What's it like?

Their cd seemed to be more new wave than any sort of glam or hard rock.

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Paul Davis - S/T (Jap)

Paul Davis - Cool Night (Jap)

Bobby Cauldwell - Carry On (Jap Mini LP Sleeve)

Lodgic - Nomadic Sands

Dirty Loops - Loopified

Frank Soda & The Imps - High Times: Greatest Hits

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A nice package from Finland:

 

Baton Rogue Morgue-USA Limited Edition

Baton Rogue Morgue-Anything You Want

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Tom Snow - Hungry Nights (Jap Mini LP Sleeve)

Boz Scaggs - Other Roads (Jap)

Red 7 - When The Sun Goes Down

W.A.S.P - Golgotha

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For my vinyl fix, First Strike - Pharoah

 

You finding this sorta stuff around melbourne, or online?

 

What's it like?

Their cd seemed to be more new wave than any sort of glam or hard rock.

 

There a store over in Melbourne called Dixons Recycled Records , a second handed store. They got 2 shops, one in Blackburn and other one is in Fitzroy.

The record sound same as the cd.

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A few more Westcoast classics

 

 

Bruce Hibbard - Never Turnin' Back (Jap)

Steve Marrs - Somebody Somewhere (Jap)

Rick Bowles - Free For The Evening (Jap)

Far Cry - The More Things Change (Jap)

Peter Allen - Bi Coastal (Jap)

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Asia-Phoenix

Contraband-S/T

Junkyard-S/T

Motley Crue-Quaternary

Rumbledog-S/T

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Robert Kraft - Retro Active (Mini LP Sleeve)

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