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Gotthard....then Airbourne. A small shout out to Scorpions and the beautiful ballad, "Love Will Keep Us Alive," from the Humanity album.

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really close between Crazy Lixx, Ted Poley and Gotthard - all great.

Really strong album from HCSS as well.

But I can't lie that 2007 was dominated for me by Threshold - Dead Reckoning. Easily the best album that year by some distance Followed by Alter Bridge Blackbird and Loverboy Just Gettin Started rounding out a magnificent top 3.

The 4 choices from the graphic would all be top 10 though. Great albums.

Melodic rock was truly back by 2007!

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Jeez, these are getting too hard for me to call just by looking at them, so I have to consult my lists. Funnily enough, I had to look all the way outside my top 20 for the year to find the first album from this graphic. Which isn't to say there's not great albums here - must have just been a very strong year. 

I really like Poley, Gotthard, PC69, Sixx AM, Stan Bush and Hardcore Superstar. But my pick must go with Crazy Lixx. A bit patchier than later efforts, but when it's good it's mighty. Favourite song is 'Make ends meet.'

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Gotthard then the Scorps..The Porcupine Tree is excellent too as well as a few others here

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Gonna have to go with arguably Gotthard's best album. 

"Come Alive" is such a banger!

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