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Latest acquirements:

 

Sin Circus - Chemical Youth

Deathride - Born Of Fire

Little Green Men - V

Salvation - Salvation CDR (autographed)

 

Nuse - Forever Starts Today

Nuse - The Pain Collection

Lyken21 - Cyellical Insight 🤘🤘🤘🤘

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

Classic...Ive never stopped listening to this bad boy on at least a weekly basis

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Bee Gees-Best Of Vol. 1

Thomas Dolby-The Golden Age of Wireless

John 5-RequiemKid Rock-Rebel Soul

Korn-III Remember Who You Are

Rock Selects-Compilation

Rush-Feedback

Saliva-Rise Up

U2-Out of Control Live 1981

Valentine-Soundtrack

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Braxton Bragg - Braxton Bragg 

Joe Lamont - Secrets You Keep 

Midnight Sin - Sex First 

Nasty Bulletz - Right Time To Rock You

Tongue N Cheek  - Snatch This Up 

The Reggie Knighton Band - The Reggie Knighton Band 

The Order  - 1986

Down & Dirty  - Taste Of Rock & Roll

Cyndi Lauper - The Best Remixes (JAP)

Walkway - Top Shelf Content

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Sons Of Apollo  - Live With the Plovdiv Psychotic Symphony (3 CD/DVD)

Tarja - In The Raw (Deluxe Box Set)

Europe - Bag Of Bones

Europe - Walk The Earth

Europe - War Of Kings

Elyose - Theogyne

Elyose - Ipso Facto

Elyose - Reconnexion

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Ordered the new releases from

Rockett Love - Greetings From Rocket Land

Jimi Andersen Group - I Belong

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From last night's show:

 

Swashbuckle - Crime Always Pays

Winter Nights - An Endless Apocalypse

Anticosm - The Call Of The Void

Krusifire - Demo cdr

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Bill Engvall-A Decade of Laughs

ELO-The Essential ELO

Peter Frampton-Now

Kiss-Dynasty

Led Zeppelin-No Quarter Live in Seattle 1975

Mastodon-Once More Around The Sun

Nirvana-From The Muddy Banks of the Wishkah

Sargeant Fury-Still Want More

Snoop Doggy Dogg-Doggystyle

Velver Underground & Nico-S/T

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Vintage Vinyl grabs:

 

Amon Amarth - With Oden On Our Side

Gojira -Box Set ( which includes Debut CD, Debut cassette, T- Shirt and Laminate Pass)

Kid Rock - Rock N Roll Jesus

Used Bin rescues:

Lick The Blade - Graveyard Of Empires

Spacewalk - A Salute To Ace Frehley

Los Angeles - Neverland

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Supernova Plasmajets - Supernova Plasmajets 

Atlas - In Pursuit Of Memory 

Code Red  - Incendiary 

Wildness - Wildness

Midnite City - Midnite City 

Panorama  - Around The World 

Alex Beyrodt's Voodoo Circle - Raised On Rock 

Shakra - Snakes & Ladders

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Flying Colors - Second Flight:  Live At The Z7  2 CD/DVD

Flying Colors - Live In Europe

Europe - Live At Shepherd's Bush Empire  CD/DVD

Europe - Live At Sweden Rock  2 CD

Europe - The Final Countdown 30th Anniversary Show: Live At The Roundhouse  2 CD/DVD

Status Quo - Backbone

JOANovARC - JOANovARC

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Arrived today...

Black Star Riders - Another State Of Grace

Platinum Overdose - Murder In High Heels

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Saffire - Where the Monsters Dwell 

Rock Alliance - s/t

Xtasy - Second chance + 1

Sapphire Eyes - Breath of Ages +1 

Silver Dirt - Payback Time

Srdjan Brankovic Expedition Delta - 2

The Steel - The Evolution of Love

Mr Riot - Same Old Town

Ailafar - Heartbeat 

Mad Margritt - Love Hate and Deception 

AOR - More Demos From L.A. 

Jace Pawlak - Promise 

Models - Out of Mind out of Sight + 3

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The Defiants - Zokusho

Crashdiet - Rust

Axe - Final Offering

Hardware '86 - S/T

Michael Schenker Fest - Revelation

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The Defiants - Zokusho

Crashdiet - Rust

91 Suite - s/t

Tom Keifer - Rise

Pre Ordered Mark Devine - Hear Now

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CSN&Y-4 Way Street

Divinyls-S/T

Goo Goo Dolls-Magnetic

Heavy Metal-Geomatrix

Linkin Park=Living Things

Marvelous 3-Readysexgo

Phillip Phillips-The World From the Side of the Moon

Mark Slaughter-Reflections In a Rear View Mirror

Stone Temple Pilots-High Rise

Glenn Tipton-Baptism of Fire

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