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Neal Morse - Momentum

Avantasia - The Metal Opera

Supertramp - Crime of the Century

Queensryche - Operation: Mindcrime

Vanden Plas - Christ 0

Revolution Saints - Revolution Saints

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Talisman - Vaults

Busted - A Present For Everyone

Caesars Rome - The Company We Keep

Call The Cops - Call The Cops

Capital Lights - This Is An Outrage!

Cartel - Chroma

Cartel - Cycles

Nick Carter - Now Or Never

Cavo - Bright Nights Dark Days

Chiodos - Bone Palace Ballet: Grand Coda

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Thin Lizzy - Thunder And Lightning

Thin Lizzy - Renegade

Dare - Out Of The Silence

Strangeways - S/T

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Glenn Hughes - From Now On

Genesis - Abacab

Neal Morse - Sola Scriptura

Avantasia - The Wicked Symphony

Trixter - Human Era

Reckless Love - Animal Attraction

Budgie - Never Turn Your Back on a Friend

Le Cassette - Left to Our Own Devices

Foret de Vin - Carol EP

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Timecop1983 - Journeys

Cinder Road - Superhuman

Cinder Road - Damage Control

City Sleeps - Not An Angel

Closure - Closure

Coheed And Cambria - No World For Tomorrow

Cold - Different Kind Of Pain

Cold - Year Of The Spider

Cold - Superfiction

David Cook - David Cook

Crash Romeo - Minutes To Miles

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If you want 3 absolutely killer modern Prog albums, then look no further than these beauties

 

Frost - Milliontown

Frost - Experiments In Mass Appeal

Frost - Falling Satellites

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Gary Moore - Blues For Greeny

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Road To Ruin-s/t

Femme Fatale-s/t

Wild Rose-4

Phantom V-s/t

Krokus-Change Of Address

Wildkard-Megalomania

Vega-Who We Are

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New......

 

Nordic Union

Tremonti

Vega

Treat

Defiants

 

:bowdown:

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Last 2 days;

 

Crash Romeo - Gave Me The Clap
Warrant - Under The Influence
Crashbox - Crashbox
Crooked X - Crooked X
Crossfade - Crossfade
Crossfade - We All Bleed
Cute Is What We Aim For - The Same Old Blood Rush With A New Touch
Cute Is What We Aim For - Rotation
Damone - Out Here All Night
Daughtry - Daughtry
Daughtry - Leave This Town
Cartel - The Ransom
Day At The Fair - The Rocking Chair Years
Day Of Fire - Day Of Fire
Dead By April - Dead By April
Dead By Sunrise - Out Of Ashes
Dead Poetic - Vices
Dear Superstar - Heartless

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Frost - Falling Satellites

David Bowie - Let's Dance

Lonestar - Never Enders

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David A. Saylor - Ship To Nowhere

David A. Saylor - Strength Of One

Sweet - Strung Up

Van Wilks - Bombay Tears

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Kevin 'Bloody' Wilson

 

Never heard anything by him before. Very funny! :)

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The Suits (Terry Brock) - Ties That Bind

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The Suits (Terry Brock) - Ties That Bind

I like that one.

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Kevin 'Bloody' Wilson

 

Never heard anything by him before. Very funny! :)

He is very big down here in Australia, playing at pubs.

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Crooked X - Crooked X

 

 

 

Oh my God, that's a bad one.

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