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Soto - Origami
Royal Republic - Club Majesty
Avicii - Tim
Madonna - Madame X 
Sweet Oblivion ft. Geoff Tate - s/t
Chaos Magic - Furyborn
The Rods - Brotherhood Of Metal
Wild Rose - Half Past Midnight
Wild Rose - Dangerous
Wild Rose - Hit 'n' Run
Heaven - Take Me Back
Helter Skelter - Welcome To The World Of Helter Skelter
Black Oak Arkansas - Underdog Heroes
The Quireboys - White Trash Blues

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Bon Jovi-Greatest Hits

Coldplay-Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends

Doro-Force Majeure

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Goo Goo Dolls-Greatest Hits Volume One

Jethro Tull-Nothing Is Easy:Live At the Isle of Wight 1970

Pantera-Projects in the Jungle

Pink Floyd-Ummagumma

Queensryche-Dedicated To Chaos

Billy Squire-Essential

Traffic-S/T

Frank Zappa-Overnite Sensation

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Toseland - Renegade

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Boyce - Boyce II

Sepsiss - Badd Blood e.p.

Charetta - Fate Strikes Twice

Charetta - Apocalypse e.p.

Broken Past - Time For A Change (jewelcase version)

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H.e.a.t - Live At Sweden Rock Festival.

CD is okay....doubt I'll really listen to it much though as Live In London is better IMO.

As for the Blu Ray, that's pretty good and the main reason for anybody to buy this.  The Swedish banter kinda annoys me a little.  If they can sing in English in Sweden why couldn't they talk in English if they knew they were recording this for worldwide release?

All in all, pretty good package but in honesty I'm not sure how much I'll really come back to it.  

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H.E.A.T - Live At Sweden Rock (CD/Blu-ray)

Lordi - Recorded Live - Sextourcism In Z7  (2 CD/Blu-ray)

 

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"One Step Forward, Two Steps Back" by Logan. 
(Johnny Vines, original singer for Lillian Axe)

Logan, a heavy hitting rock band, was formed in the summer of 1991 when vocalist Johnny Logan Vines (formerly of Lillian Axe) and drummer Mark Kelley teamed up with guitarist Don LaFon and bassist John Jay in Houston, Texas. They immediately began writing songs and playing shows in the Houston area. Later that summer Logan recorded a 4 song demo that gained the attention of multiplatinum producer/engineer Geoff Workman. In January/February of 1992 Logan recorded "One Step Closer", a 6 song EP with Geoff Workman working his magic. In the summer of 1992 Logan traveled to the East Coast to do a showcase tour. In the winter of '92/'93 bassist John Jay left the band and was replaced by Kelly D. Smith. In the summer of 1993 came another trip to the East Coast. Logan performed together until 1994. During its years Logan opened for such acts as Quiet Riot, Jackyl, Kix, Widowmaker, .38 Special and Zebra, as well as many others. Logan played venues throughout Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and the East Coast dates which included a show at "The Limelight" in Manhattan, New York.

On July 24, 2010 the original lineup of Logan performed a reunion show in Houston, Texas. This was the first time the original line up had performed together since 1993.

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Desert Rose Band - Running

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Saxon - The Eagle Has Landed 40    3 CD

Volbeat - Rewind, Replay, Rebound (Deluxe)

Phil Lanzon - 48 Seconds

 

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Tandav - The Infant King

 

Kix - Fuse 30 Reblown

Kix - Can't Stop The Show (A Documentary)

Ten Ton Mojo - Ten Ton Mojo

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Krokus - Pay It In Metal
Blue - Blue
Tony Mills - Beyond The Law
Keel - The Final Frontier
Keel - Keel
Arion - Life Is Not Beautiful 
Eden's Curse - Cardinal 
Jaded Heart - Devil's Gift 
Kissin' Dynamite - Megalomania 
Kissin' Dynamite - Generation Goodbye
Voodoo Circle - More Than One Way Home 
Wolfpakk - Rise Of The Animal 

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Felskinn - Mind Over Matter

Lesbian Bed Death - Evil Never Dies

Anthem - Nucleus
 
Whitesnake - Flesh & Blood
 
Hardline - Life
 
Steel Prophet - God Machine
 
Enforcer - Zenith
 
Grand Magus - Wolf God
 
The Rods - Brotherhood Of Metal
 
Majestica - Above The Sky
 
Texas Hippie Coalition - High In The Saddle
 
Death Angel - Humanicide
 
Tourniquet - Gazing At Medusa

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Unruly Child - Big Blue World

Mark Baker - The Future Ain't What It Used To Be

Preordered...

Down 'n' Outz - This Is How We Roll

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Rebelhot - Uncomfortableness 

Free From Sin - II 

Two Of A Kind - Rise 

Warrant - Louder ◊ Harder ◊ Faster 

Hank Erix - Nothing But Trouble 

Junkyard Drive - Sin & Tonic 

HungryHeart - Dirty Italian Job 

Lioncage - Turn Back Time

Alison Moyet - Alf (2 CD Deluxe Edition)

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Unruly Child - Can't Go Home

Unruly Child - Big Blue World

The Rods - Live

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2 pretty rare CDs.

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2nd blind purchase since the dawn of Spotify era (first was the latest The Defiants). Ok, I admit I've listened the single (killer, like a Redemption unrelased track with Tool vibes. Ray's still my all time favorite singer!)

 

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