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It's been a slow couple of years but we have a plethora of releases coming your way starting with these:

 

THREE NEW RELEASES are now available from Retrospect Records:

 

FREEWAY MAD: New British Melodic Hard Rock band with a sound deeply rooted in early 80s NWOBHM. Very likely to play Rocklahoma and tour the USA for the first time in 2015.

RAGDOLL 'Rewound': This Australian Power Trio plays an excellent mix of 80's-style Hard Rock but with a modern updated vibe. Most bands get it wrong - these guys do it RIGHT. Trust me , there's a reason they have played Rocklahoma multiple times. KICK ASS!!

MYSTERY '2013': With an average age of 16-17 , this young Australian Melodic Metal band have toured the world and played multiple festivals with some of the biggest acts on the planet. Mega-potential with this lot and a nicely packaged CD/DVD set.

DON'T FORGET ABOUT OUR 50% OFF SALE TOO!!!

\m/

 

 

UP NEXT:

 

RECKLESS 'Disorderly Conduct' (1991) - Second unreleased album from the band who borught you "No Frills" in 1987.

 

SOLDIER OF FORTUNE - 80s Hair Metal from Florida

 

RUNAWAY - 80s AOR / MHR from ST LOUIS

 

plus a bunch of re-prints that y'all were asking for!

 

 

 

 

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It's been a slow couple of years but we have a plethora of releases coming your way starting with these:

 

THREE NEW RELEASES are now available from Retrospect Records:

 

FREEWAY MAD: New British Melodic Hard Rock band with a sound deeply rooted in early 80s NWOBHM. Very likely to play Rocklahoma and tour the USA for the first time in 2015.

 

RAGDOLL 'Rewound': This Australian Power Trio plays an excellent mix of 80's-style Hard Rock but with a modern updated vibe. Most bands get it wrong - these guys do it RIGHT. Trust me , there's a reason they have played Rocklahoma multiple times. KICK ASS!!

 

MYSTERY '2013': With an average age of 16-17 , this young Australian Melodic Metal band have toured the world and played multiple festivals with some of the biggest acts on the planet. Mega-potential with this lot and a nicely packaged CD/DVD set.

 

DON'T FORGET ABOUT OUR 50% OFF SALE TOO!!!

 

\m/

 

 

UP NEXT:

 

RECKLESS 'Disorderly Conduct' (1991) - Second unreleased album from the band who borught you "No Frills" in 1987.

 

SOLDIER OF FORTUNE - 80s Hair Metal from Florida

 

RUNAWAY - 80s AOR / MHR from ST LOUIS

 

plus a bunch of re-prints that y'all were asking for!

Awesome Sam....looking forward to Reckless , SOF and Runaway....what about Airstrike.....and Tracer Fox....Aaron mention this would be released

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RECKLESS 'Disorderly Conduct' (1991) - Second unreleased album from the band who borught you "No Frills" in 1987.

 

REALLY looking forward to this one!!! Didn't know it existed!!! \m/

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JUST RELEASED on CD available on Amazon and also our website Retrospectrecords.com is Fortress/Eliot (80's melodic hard rock from Wisconsin and later, L.A.) and the recent recording of J.J.T. featuring Jimmy Crespo (Aerosmith), Jamie Borden (Jillson) and Tommy Paris (Britny Fox, Jillson) which is fantastic melodic hard rock power trio stuff with plenty of 70's and 80's classic rock influences. Also back in stock is the MATA HARI double CD set - awesome melodic metal from the late 80's / early 90's with power prog metal vibe. Check out all the sound samples on the site!

 

http://retrospectrecords.com/products/fortresseliot.html

 

http://retrospectrecords.com/products/jjt.html

 

http://retrospectrecords.com/products/mata_hari.html

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JUST RELEASED on CD available on Amazon and also our website Retrospectrecords.com is Fortress/Eliot (80's melodic hard rock from Wisconsin and later, L.A.) and the recent recording of J.J.T. featuring Jimmy Crespo (Aerosmith), Jamie Borden (Jillson) and Tommy Paris (Britny Fox, Jillson) which is fantastic melodic hard rock power trio stuff with plenty of 70's and 80's classic rock influences. Also back in stock is the MATA HARI double CD set - awesome melodic metal from the late 80's / early 90's with power prog metal vibe. Check out all the sound samples on the site!

 

http://retrospectrecords.com/products/fortresseliot.html

 

http://retrospectrecords.com/products/jjt.html

 

http://retrospectrecords.com/products/mata_hari.html

 

Whenever I click any of the links I just get about 15 songs playing over the top of each other, on all 3 links. Anyone else getting this, or is it an issue with my internet/browser?

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JUST RELEASED on CD available on Amazon and also our website Retrospectrecords.com is Fortress/Eliot (80's melodic hard rock from Wisconsin and later, L.A.) and the recent recording of J.J.T. featuring Jimmy Crespo (Aerosmith), Jamie Borden (Jillson) and Tommy Paris (Britny Fox, Jillson) which is fantastic melodic hard rock power trio stuff with plenty of 70's and 80's classic rock influences. Also back in stock is the MATA HARI double CD set - awesome melodic metal from the late 80's / early 90's with power prog metal vibe. Check out all the sound samples on the site!

 

http://retrospectrecords.com/products/fortresseliot.html

 

http://retrospectrecords.com/products/jjt.html

 

http://retrospectrecords.com/products/mata_hari.html

Whenever I click any of the links I just get about 15 songs playing over the top of each other, on all 3 links. Anyone else getting this, or is it an issue with my internet/browser?

I get that, too. Every time I browse Retrospect I have to mute my stereo, because it's loud, and I have to wait for the samples to play out, as the little players have no buttons for me to pause them. It happens on both IE and Chrome.

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Crazy. I never used to have an issue on the site (except it could be a little slow), but I guess it would be a couple of years now since I was there. :(

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yeah sorry about that guys, we really need to make changes to the Quicktime sound samples. Firefox is fine but other browsers are problematic with the samples all playing at once over the top of each other. I hope to fix that soon. Thanks for hanging in there!

Aaron

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