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43 minutes ago, KarpetRydOFunk said:

I like how Force Majeure is his number 7, currently. Is he from the future? Or are promo copies already circulating?

Yeah and he has Diamond Star Halos in there too  :) I'm hoping future...then we can get more info off him ;)

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At the halfway point it is probably a good time to do a top 5 of the year so far.

For me it is:

Crashdiet - Automaton (gets better with each listen)

Kissin' Dynamite - Not the End of the Road (an early contender)

John Elefante - The Amazing Grace

Bloody Heels - Rotten Romance

The Cruel Intentions - Venomous Anonymous 

* note I still have a big list of new releases to pick up that may change this.

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For me at the midway point:

1.  Kissin' Dynamite - Not The End of The Road

2.  Crashdiet - Automaton

3.  Def Leppard - Diamond Star Halos

4.  Degreed - Are You Ready

5.  Black Swan - Generation Mind

H.E.A.T, Shiraz Lane and Skid Row are probably the releases I'm most looking forward to in the second half of the year.  

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atm...

Devil's Train

Kissin' Dynamite

Degreed

Black Swan

Dan Reed Network

Caught In Action

Treat

Crashdiet

Ronnie Atkins

Giant

then with CiS,H.E.A.T,Tango Down,Gen Radio,GoK still to come with many others...things will change.

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