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Dark Angel - Live Scars

Santa Cruz - Bad Blood Rising

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The Treatment - Running With The Dogs

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An upcoming band from Texas called Pantera - Projects In The Jungle.

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Sneaux - Rock Me All Night (CD-R)

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Lost cd from long ago Rush - 2112

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White Trash Presidents - S/T

Hardcore Superstar - C'mon Take On Me

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vega - Only Huma 

vega - Kiss of Life

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De Mont - Body Langauge

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Vega - Who We Are

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Extreme - Saudades De Rock

Been sitting on this one for years. Every time i try I get hit with "Star" which grates the hell on my nerves.
So I skip this and the next couple are pretty shit songs so I give up.
Starting from track 4 it's better. One of those CD's where you'd be lucky to find 3 or 4 pretty good songs.

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It's Vega day

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Vega - What The Hell

Vega - Stereo Messiah

Vega - Who We Are

Vega - Only Human

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12 hours ago, CureTheSane said:

Extreme - Saudades De Rock

Been sitting on this one for years. Every time i try I get hit with "Star" which grates the hell on my nerves.
So I skip this and the next couple are pretty shit songs so I give up.
Starting from track 4 it's better. One of those CD's where you'd be lucky to find 3 or 4 pretty good songs.

Yeah, it's sadly not better than Waiting For The Punchline. I had got hope too.

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Queen - S/T

David Lee Roth - Eat 'Em And Smile

Vanity Insanity - Piece Of Her Cake

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Diamond Head - Behold the Beginning

Tora Tora - Surprise Attack

Stryper - God Damn Evil

"Steel Assassin" - Stormspell's 1986 "Mystery Tape" 

Prong - Ruining Lives

Dokken - From Conception: Live 1981

Deep Purple - When We Rock, We Rock and When We Roll, We Roll

Raven - ExtermiNation

Red Sea - Blood

The Throbs - The Language of Thieves & Vagabonds

Steve Jones - Fire & Gasoline

 

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Journey - Escape

Journey - Frontiers

Journey - Raised On Radio

Journey - Trial By Fire

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Cats In Space - Cats Alive

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Danger Danger - Revolve

Pretty Maids - Pandemonium

Journey - Departure

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David Lee Roth - Skyscraper

Dirty Rhythm - Hard As A Rock

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Midnite City - s/t

Kiss - Lick It Up

Giant - III

Badlands - s/t

Tesla - The Great Radio Controversary

Tigertailz - Bezerk

Tyketto - Don't Come Easy

Motley Crue - Dr Feelgood

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Lancia - S/T

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Doppler Effect- Ground Zero

 

 

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The Joe Chemay Band - The Riper The Finer

Robert Tepper - No Easy Way Out

David Roberts - All Dressed Up

Trillion - Clear Approach

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