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Bryan Adams - Shine A Light
Chrome Division - One Last Ride
Gorky Park - Gorky Park
RPWL - Tales From The Outer Space
Pretty Boy Floyd - Bullets & Lipstik
Ruckus - Ruckus
Face Face - Childhood Dreams
Black Rose - Fortune Favours The Brave
A New Revenge - Enemies & Lovers + 1 (JAP)
Don Felder - American Rock 'n' Roll
Jim Peterik & World Stage - Winds Of Change + 1 (JAP)
Pendulum Of Fortune - Return To Eden
The Mute Gods - Atheists And Believers
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UFO - Strangers In The Night (8 CD box) UFOREVER!  

Nice ! I bought this a few years ago and it is worth owning !

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Ten - Opera Omnia  (Box Set) 

Atlanta Rhythm Section - The Polydor Years (Box Set)

Sabaton - Primo Victoria: Re-Armed

Sabaton - Metalizer: Re-Armed  2 CD

Sabaton - Attero Dominatus: Re-Armed

Sabaton - The Art Of War: Re-Armed

Sabaton - Coat Of Arms

Sabaton - Carolus Rex (Platinum Edition)  2 CD

Sabaton - Heroes

Sabaton - The Last Stand   CD/DVD

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17 minutes ago, Jez said:

Sabaton - Primo Victoria: Re-Armed

Sabaton - Metalizer: Re-Armed  2 CD

Sabaton - Attero Dominatus: Re-Armed

Sabaton - The Art Of War: Re-Armed

Sabaton - Coat Of Arms

Sabaton - Carolus Rex (Platinum Edition)  2 CD

Sabaton - Heroes

Sabaton - The Last Stand   CD/DVD

Getting prepared for "The Great War" to be released in July I see. Sabaton is incredible stuff, both musically and historically.

I found it interesting that Tommy "Reinxeed" Johansson is a member of the band as guitarist for 3+ years now. I would have figured that with his high profile vocals that he wouldn't take on a band position that doesn't have him in the forefront or the highlight of the band, but good on him.

I had forgotten about that Opera Omnia box set. It looks to be out of stock just about everywhere and the only copies currently on eBay are being touted as "out of print" (it was just released in April) and being sold for $129... yet Amazon has it in stock for US$59 shipped, which is dirt cheap for a 16-CD set. I ordered one which should be here tomorrow, so hopefully it is what it's supposed to be and not some half-assed "Mp3 version" or some such idiocy.

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On 6/8/2019 at 7:37 PM, heavyharmonies said:

Getting prepared for "The Great War" to be released in July I see. Sabaton is incredible stuff, both musically and historically.

I found it interesting that Tommy "Reinxeed" Johansson is a member of the band as guitarist for 3+ years now. I would have figured that with his high profile vocals that he wouldn't take on a band position that doesn't have him in the forefront or the highlight of the band, but good on him.

I had forgotten about that Opera Omnia box set. It looks to be out of stock just about everywhere and the only copies currently on eBay are being touted as "out of print" (it was just released in April) and being sold for $129... yet Amazon has it in stock for US$59 shipped, which is dirt cheap for a 16-CD set. I ordered one which should be here tomorrow, so hopefully it is what it's supposed to be and not some half-assed "Mp3 version" or some such idiocy.

Yep..looking forward to the new Sabaton. About time I dug into their albums as I have been meaning to since I bought the original version of 'Art Of War' years ago. A great band with a great sound. Looking forward to hearing the complete works

The Ten box set is nice, especially for the price...Nothing new except the plethora of  bonus tracks..Jap, EP tracks etc which I hadn't got most of. Non are remastered or anything, but nice to have all in the same place

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Lonely Robot - Under Stars + 3
American Bombshell - Tattooed 'n Bruised
Hardline - Life
Leverage - Determinus
Fortune - Fortune ll
Bad Company - Burnin' Sky + 9
Dark Blue Inc - Linked To Life
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Michael Thompson Band - Love & Beyond
Renaissance Rock Orchestra - In Times Of Olde
Robert Rodrigo Band - Living For Louder
Rob Thomas - Chip Tooth Smile
Sammy Hagar & The Circle - Space Between
Striker - Stand In The Fire
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Trapped Under Ice - Vol I (Canadian Metal comp)

 

Nice stuff, I've got that on vinyl, but I didn't find the time to spin it yet!

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