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Bangalore Choir - On Target

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WET - S/T

 

Black Sabbath - Born Again

 

Scorpions - Fly To The Rainbow

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Reggie Knighton - s/t (vinyl 2 CD burn)

Reggie Knighton Band - s/t

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Andy Timmons - 'Ear X-tacy 2'

Erika - 'Long cold winter'

Bangalore Choir - 'On Target'

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Newman - One Step Closer

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Lion - Trouble in Angel City

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Hawkwind - Sonic Attack (Expanded Edition)

John Waite - In Real Time: Live

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Keel - The Right to Rock(25th Anniversary Edition)

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House of Games - whatever it's called

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House of Games - whatever it's called

 

Is that really the title of the disc?

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Bangalore Choir - On Target

 

One of my favs from the early 90's and probably in my top 50 of all time.

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Robin Trower - Caravan To Midnight

Robin Trower - Victims Of The Fury

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Bangalore Choir - On Target

 

One of my favs from the early 90's and probably in my top 50 of all time.

Here's a man who knows what he's talking about!

 

As for the House of Games CD, nah it's not called that. No idea what it's called but you'll find out when I print my next trade list. ;)

 

Lynch / Pilson - 'Wicked underground'

Shylock - 'Rock buster' ; by jesus these guys are good!

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Atlanta Rhythm Section - A Rock and Roll Alternative

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Reggie Knighton - s/t (vinyl 2 CD burn)

Reggie Knighton Band - s/t

 

 

explain this guy Nick???? hahahah thanks!!!

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