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Steven Wilson - Transcience

Porcupine Tree - Anesthetize  (CD/DVD)

Porcupine Tree - Arriving Somewhere  (2 CD/Bluray)

Porcupine Tree - Nil Recurring

Porcupine Tree - Recordings


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

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

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Hell In The Club - Hell Of Fame

Tony Mitchell - Church Of A Restless Soul

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Perfect Plan - Time For A Miracle

Smash Into Pieces - Arcadia (signed)

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On 9/1/2020 at 9:21 PM, Dead Planet said:

In This Moment - Mother

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Trevor Rabin - Changes (Box Set)

Lionsheart - Heart Of The Lion (Box Set)

Stryper - Even The Devil Believes

Perfect Plan - Time For a Miracle

Simon Says - Spin This (Reissue)

Blue Oyster Cult - 45th Anniversary: Live In London   CD/DVD

Deep Purple - Whoosh! (Deluxe)  CD/DVD

Biffy Clyro  - A Celebration Of Endings

Biffy Clyro - Similarities

Twelth Night - Smiling At Grief (Defvinitive Edition) 2 CD

Twelth Night - Fact And Fiction (Definitive Edition)  3 CD

Twelth Night - Art And Illusion (Definitive Edition) 2 CD

Twelth Night - Sequences

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Perfect Plan - Time For A Miracle

Simon Says - Spin This

Briana Banks - Looking For Love

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Even though I have been underground for about 8 months a package arrived this week from Norway...


Not sure if your all talking about this one yet but after an initial spin if you dug the first 2 albums the 3rd stays on target.


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Ace of Base-The Sign 

Blanc Faces-S/T

Chickenfoot-Best + Live

Kiss-Hot in the Shade

Duff McKagan-Believe in Me

Joni Mitchell-Hits

Alan Parsons-Try Anything Once 

Axel Rudi Pell-The Masquerade Ball

The Shins-Wincing The Night Away 


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Raider - Tokyo E.P (plus Say Sayonara Girl t-shirt :) )

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Diamond In The Rough / Diamond In The Rough (AHV 00213)

Brother Firetribe / Feel The Burn 

AOR / Next Stop L.A.




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At The Movies - The Soundtrack Of Your Life vol.1

At 1980 - A Thousand Lives (arrived today on cd)

Tony Mitchell - Church Of A Restless Soul (direct from the man himself...signed)

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