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Grand Design - Viva La Paradise: Special Mission + 4

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Bush-The Sea of Memories

Human League-The Best Of

Elton John-Here and There

Kiss-Lick It Up

Ted Nugent-Double Live Gonzo

Rock Star Supernova-SA/T

George Strait-The Best Of

George Thorogood & The Destroyers-Greatest Hits;30 Years of Rock

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I didn't expect to see CDs in a comic shop but still I'm glad to see them.

Dream Theatre - Images and Words

Metallica - Master of Puppets

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A Pale Horse Named Death - And Hell Will Follow Me

A Pale Horse Named Death - Lay My Soul To Waste

Bombus - Repeat Until Death

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I also ordered a copy of the test-press! I'd provide photo when it lands my HQ.

 

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Foreigner~ Foreigner 

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Latest grabs:

 

Toxic Ruin - Subterranean Terror

Toxic Ruin - Mortal Insolence

In Battle - Kingdom Of Fear

Imperial Vengeance - At The Going Down Of The Sun

Dead To This World - First Strike For Spiritual Renewance

Viking Skull - Doom, Gloom, Heartache & Whiskey

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Timothy Lewis - Lost Angels

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My latest finds:

 

Bone Digger - Got Bones In It

Scars Of Life - 2002 Demo CDR

Warsenal - Barn Burner

Rahway - Undefeated

Stranger - No More Dirty Deals 

Burning Tree - Burning Tree

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I just got back from my vacation in Crete and these were in the mail:

Eddie and The Tide - Looking For Adventure

Deadline - Fire Inside

The Summit - Higher Ground

Kee Marcello - Redux: Melon Demon Divine  (Reissue)

Aretha Franklin - Aretha (2 CD Expanded Edition)

Marabel - High Expectations

Daughtry - Leave This Town: Tour Edition + 3 (CD/DVD Edition)

APD (A Perfect Day) - The Deafening Silence

Mindfeels - XXenty

 

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Marillion - Afraid Of Sunlight (Deluxe Box)

Golden Earring - Complete Studio Recordings (Box)

Hanover Fist - S/T

Art Nation - Transition

Mick Devine - Hear Now

Gunship - S/T

Gunship - Dark All Day

Electric Youth - Innerworld

Bruce Springsteen - Western Stars + Songs From The Film

Mylene Farmer - Live 2019

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Slash's Snakepit - Ain't Life Grand

Airbourne - Boneshaker

Michael Bormann's Jaded Hard - Feels Like Yesterday(signed)

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Fiction Syxx-The Alternate Me

Saint Asonia-Flawed Design

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Logan - Exposed: The Acoustic Sessions

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Pretty Maids - Undress Your Madness

Work Of Art - Exhibits

also bought Cats In Space - Cats Alive...simply because I didn't own it(not really a live cd type of guy)

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Doomsday Outlaw - Hard Times 

Creye - Creye

Stephen Pearcy - Smash 

Magic Dance - New Eyes 

The Brink  - Nowhere To Run 

Clif Magness - Lucky Dog

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Green Day-Revolution Radio

Kid Rock-First Kiss

Tom Petty/Heartbreakers-The Last DJ

Queensryche-Frequency Unknown

Santana-Beyond Appearances

Saxon-Denim and Leather

George Thorogood & The Destroyers-Greatest Hits 30 Years

Neil Young-Hawks & Doves

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Work Of Art - Exhibits

Pretty Maids - Undress Your Madness

213 - Three Little Worlds

The Flower Kings - Waiting For Miracles

Trust - Fils De Lutte

Cradle Of Filth - Cruelty And The Beast: Re-Mistressed

The Enid - U

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King Diamond The Spider's Lullabye on vinyl lp remaster

Slayer Seasons of the Abyss on cd

Iron Maiden greatest hits cd 2008

Judas Priest Sin after Sin and Ram it Down on cd

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Degreed - Lost Generation

Kissin Dynamite - Generation Goodbye

Deaf Rat - Ban The Light

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Pierced - Pierced

Natu Sabverata - Existing To Ensure Your Destruction

Eviction - Struggle With Society...  Who Will Win?

Eviction - The World Is Hours...Away!

Jersey Dogs - Thrash Ranch

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