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Recent purchases:

 

Carnavarice Breath - The Black Cloud

Bullseye - On Target (Rock Candy)

Power Trip - Manifest Decimation

Wolf's Moon - Curse The Cult Of Chaos

Snakecharmer- Second Skin

Blue Oyster Cult- On Your Feet Or On Your Knees

Bullet Boys - From Out Of The Skies

Butcher Babies - Lilith

Souls At Zero - A Taste Of The Perverse

The Big F - Patience Peregrine

Michael Bolton - Wait On Love  ( CD Single)

Motley Crue - Afraid (CD Single)

American Minor - Buffalo Creek ep

Indulgence Inc - (Tribute To Motley Crue)

Check Eet Out - Grita Label Sampler 1998

 

 

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1 minute ago, Dead Planet said:

Stryper - God Damn Evil

Literally found in a dumpster...

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1 hour ago, CureTheSane said:

Literally found in a dumpster...

That's great, but sad at the same time.

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1 hour ago, CureTheSane said:

Literally found in a dumpster...

Okay, Ii've just read the previous post and now realize that you were poking shit. ;)

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Havok - Burn

Absolute Steel - Womanizer

Abigal Williams - In The Shadow Of A Thousand Suns

Dark Nova - Sivilla

Sonic Reign - Raw, Dark, Pure

 

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Megadeth - Risk + 3 (Rem)

Tony LeMans - Higher Than High (Promo CD-single)

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Bad Company-Rough Diamonds

Eric Claptons-Rainbow Concert

David Gilmore-S/T

Heart-Essential

Icehouse-Man of Colours

King Kobra-III

Outlaws-Greatest Hits

Queen-Greatest Hits

Rolling Stones-Flashpoint

Pete Townshend-Empty Glass

Triumph-Thunder Seven

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From last night's show:

 

Deathrash - Thrash Beyond Death ep

Enrage - Gateways Vol II

Enrage Gateways Vol III

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The Storm - Where The Storm Meets The Ground + 2 

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Kate Bush - Remastered Part 1  (Box Set)

Kate Bush - Remastered Part II  (Box Set)

Alcatrazz  -Parole Denied - Tokyo 2017  2 CD/DVD

Alcatrazz  -Official Bootleg Box 1983- 86

Dee Snider - For The Love Of Metal

Dee Snider - We Are The Ones

Twisted Sister - You Can't Stop Rock 'n Roll/ Live At The Marquee   2 CD

Twisted Sister - Rock 'n' Roll Saviours  (Box)

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Starchase - Afterlife

Madman's Lullaby - Sins Of Greed

Jan Åkesson's Shadow Rain - Ascension

The Cyberiam - s/t

Captain Black Beard - Struck By Lightning

Mêlée - The Masquerade + 2 (JAP)

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Stone Broken - Ain't Always Easy + 4 (Limited Edition)

Axxis - reDISCOver(ed)

Jim - s/t + 4 (Reissue)

Motherlode - Tomorrow Never Comes

WinterStrain - Return To The Mirror

Michael Des Barres - Somebody Up There Likes Me!

Phil Collins - The Singles (2CD)

 

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Heaven's Trail - Lethal Mind + 1 (JAP)
Imagine Dragons - Origins + 4 (Deluxe Edition)
John Hackett & Nick Fletcher - Beyond The Stars
Lunatic Soul - Under The Fragmented Sky
Nashville Pussy - Pleased To Eat You
Rick Springfield - Wait For Tonight
Riot Horse - Gold Hearted Woman
All That Remains - Victim Of The New Disease
Almanac - Kingslayer
Axxis - Monster Heroes
Christian Tolle Project - Point Blank
City Boy - s/t
City Boy - Dinner At The Ritz
Holter - Vlad The Impaler + 1 (JAP)
Kobra And The Lotus - Prevail I + 1 (JAP)
Night - s/t
Night - Long Distance
Northward - s/t
Steven Pearcy - View To A Thrill
All That Remains - Victim Of The New Disease
Axel Rudi Pell - Nasty Reputation
Axel Rudi Pell - Wild Obsession
Devil's Hand - s/t
Geordie - The Singles Collection
Gotthard - Defrosted 2 (2 CD)
Johnny Gioeli - One Voice
Palace - Binary Music
Ted Nugent - The Music Made Me Do It

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Michael Kratz - Live The Live/ Cross The Line (Reissue)  3 CD

Beyond The Black - Songs Of Love And Death

Beyond The Black - Lost In Forever (Tour Edition)

 

 

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Aerosmith-Live Bootleg

BBM-Around The Next Dream

Buckcherry-Confessions

Duran Duran-S/T

Tommy James and the Shondells-Anthology

Elton John-To Be Continued...CD 3

Terri Nunn-Moment of Truth

Pink Floyd-Pulse

Scorpions-Love Drive

Pat Travers Band-Crash and Burn

 

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How can you compile a best of from the year when this was released on 26th of December! Probably my best release from 2018!

 

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On 1/10/2019 at 11:33 PM, nyoilers said:

Duran Duran-S/T

 

:banger:

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