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Black Sabbath-The Dio Years

Lindsey Buckingham Christine McVie-S/T

Living In Oblivion-Vol.3

Lionel Richie-The Definitive Collection

The Roots of Rock-Soft Rock

Styx-Cornerstone

Neil Young-Greatest Hits

Frank Zappa-Over-nite Sensation

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Actually more like two weeks ago 

On Fire!- Petra 

And then on the 18th 

Petra Praise: The Rock Cries Out

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Just got the new Joe Elliots Down N Outz album for christmas.

Have to say that one song sounded very familiar to me and worked out why .. ha ha

 

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The last purchases of 2019.

Mad Magritt - Show No Mercy

Silk Toxik - Irrelevant

Hardreams - Unbroken Promises

Teguila Sunrise - Danger Zone

 

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Princeton Record Exchange:

Sally - Sally

Ramones - Leave Home

Sound Of Metal 2018 promo

Angel Corpse - Of Lucifer & Lightning

Ride The Sky - New Protection

Municipal Waste - The Last Rager

Savage Master - Myth, Magic And Steel

Cannabis Corpse - Nug So Vile

Brutal Africa - Comp CD

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Ole Børud - Keep Movin'

Ole Børud - Stepping Up

Ole Børud - Shakin' The Ground

Ole Børud - Outside The Limit

Thierry Condor - City Nights

The Darkness - Easter Is Cancelled (Deluxe)

Straight Eight - No Noise From Here/ Shuffle 'n' Cut/ Straight From The Heart  3on2

Chris Rea - Blue Guitars (Box Set)

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Just got two CDs and ordered a few more.

Got:

Treat - Treat (1992)

The New Roses - Without a trace

 

Ordered:

The New Roses - Dead man's voice (Jap)

The New Roses - One more for the road

 

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Emerald Sun - Escape From Twilight

Death Angel - Act III

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220 Volt - Mind Over Musle + 2
220 Volt - Power Games + 3
Airbourne - Boneshaker + 2
Bad Wolves - N.A.T.I.O.N
Michael Sweet - Ten
Quiet Riot - Hollywood Cowboys
Work Of Art - Exhibits
Banshee - Cry In The Night
Banshee - Take 'Em By Storm
Jerusalem - Dancing On The Head Of The Serpent
Killer Dwarfs - Stand Tall
Sons Of Heroes - s/t
Cinderella - B-Sides & Rarities
Gregg Rolie - Sonic Ranch

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My Hexecoven records shipment came in:

 

Howling - A Beast Conceived

Howling - Tear The Screams From Your Throat

Orloff - Apparitions Among The Graveyard Skies

Skeletal Spectre - Occult Spawned Premonitions

Scaremaker - Grim Reaping

Scaremaker - What Evil Have They Summoned...

Cauldron Burial - Orgia Nocturna

Cauldron Burial - Amanti D'Oltretomba

 

Edited by cdjunky41

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Crystal Blue - Out From The Blue At Last 

Drive, She Said - Drivin' Wheel 

Fate  - Cruisin' For A Bruisin' 

Grand Prix  - There For None To See + 1

Masi  - Fire In The Rain 

Roko - Open Invitation 

Subway - Dangerous Games

Tokyo Blade - Mr Ice 

Strangeways - Age Of Reason

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On 1/3/2020 at 1:44 PM, Stefan said:
Killer Dwarfs - Stand Tall

Been after that one for a few years now. Either the original or the reissue, both as rare as rocking horse shit.

Pissed me off that around the time they announced Start at one, Russ Dwarf told me there were plans to reissue it again, but never did.

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State Cows - Challenges

Doug Brons - 11:11

Doug Brons Timepiece

Metalite - Biomechanicals

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Midnight Sin - Sex First

Santa Cruz - Katharsis

Silvertomb - Edge Of Existence

 

 

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Saker - From The Heart

Brunorock - X-Over

Axe - Twenty Years-Volume 2 + 2 (JAP)

Oriental Spas - The Telling Tree 

Mike Tramp - Cobblestone Street 

Jerusalem - Black Horses 

Ken Hensley - The Last Dance 

Whitesnake - The Purple Album

Platens - Out Of The World + 1 (JAP)

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Sundell/Rydholm of Grand Illusion,  christmas cd released in 95, and handed out to employes at a local buisness here in Sweden,  a very low amount of cds was made. 

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Joe Elliot's Down n Outz - The further live adventures of

The Ragged Saints - The sound of breaking free

Various - The broken law (A tribute to Judas Priest)

Stephen Pearcy - Smash

One Desire - S/T

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I picked these up for the name alone:

 

Belushi Speed Ball - Prepare For Trouble

Belushi Speed Ball - Another E.P.?

Belushi Speed Ball - The Frank Castle Picnic (includes comic)

 

Rock Candy package:

 

Roadmaster - Hey World

Roadmaster - Sweet Music

Roadmaster - Fortress

Dakota - Dakota

Dakota - Runaway

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The Doors-In Concert

Five Finger Death Punch-A Decade of Destruction

In This Moment-Blood

Waylon Jennings-Greatest Hits

Moody Blues-Anthology

Poison-Swallow This Live

Todd Rundgren-Best Of

 

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John Diva & The Rockets Of Love - Mama said rock is dead

H.E.A.T. - Live in London

H.E.A.T. - Live at Sweden rock festival (CD + blu ray)

Motor Sister - Ride

 

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7 minutes ago, Captain Howdy said:

John Diva & The Rockets Of Love - Mama said rock is dead

H.E.A.T. - Live in London

H.E.A.T. - Live at Sweden rock festival (CD + blu ray)

Motor Sister - Ride

 

I was at Live in London. Great gig but they've added the crowd sound - was about 200 people there but sounds like they're playing Wembley stadium :lol:

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25 minutes ago, Glen said:

I was at Live in London. Great gig but they've added the crowd sound - was about 200 people there but sounds like they're playing Wembley stadium :lol:

 

Booooo! Cheaters.

-_-

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