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Joe Lynn Turner - Rescue You

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Mike Tramp - Mike Tramp & The Rock N Roll Circuz

I tried a few times to get in to Cobblestone Street and just couldn't. 
So I kind of didn't bother too much with too much more of his recent music, even though historically I'm a fan of his solo stuff.

But this RNR Circuz is damn good.
Really enjoying it.
I've tried Cobblestone Street again and that album pretty much sucks.
I'll try a few more times in case there are a couple of decent songs on it that I haven't recognised yet.

So I have Museum and Maybe Tomorrow to get through, because I've ignored those as well.
Hope they are more like this one

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Having got all material that Mike has released, I always go back to his first cd"Capricorn.

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Floodland - Decay

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Star Chase - Afterlife.

 

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Issa - Running With The Pack.

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Northup & Cagle - That's  Gonna Leave A Mark.

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Angry Anderson - Blood From Stone.

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Ted Poley - Greatestits

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Midnite City

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The Dead Daisies - Make Some Noise

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Krokus - Pain Killer (Pay It In Metal)

Krokus - Metal Rendezvous

Krokus - Hardware

Krokus - One Vice At a Time

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