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End Machine - S/T

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Yngwie Malmsteen - Blue Lighting.

 

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Nightrage - Wolf To Man

Lost Society - Fast Loud Death

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West Bound - Volume 1.

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Vandenberg's Moonkings -  Rugged And Unplugged.

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It's been awhile since my last vinyl session! Revising some classics after a great day in trails and enduro racing. Kudos to Athienites grocery for providing the cheapest booze around! 

 

 

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Anthem - Nucleus

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1 hour ago, Doggy said:

Anthem - Nucleus

 

The originals wipe the floor with NB's version

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Mozart - S/T

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I put 8 newish albums on my phone as I had a 7 hour drive today.

Damn phone and the type C input. Forgot to bring the converter from headphone jack to phone input :(

Will get one while I'm away for the drive home in a few days

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Cradle Of Filth - From The Cradle To Enslave

Darkthrone - Ravishing Grimness

Bathory - Under The Sign Of The Black Mark

 

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Skagarack - A Slice Of Heaven

Jaded Heart - Helluva Time

Lionsheart - Pride In Tact

Winger - Karma

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Lionheart - Hot Tonight.

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Sentenced - The Trooper

Flamorn - Our Souls Are Born Again

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L.A. Guns - Devil You Know

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Burning Rain - Face The Music.

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Paul Raymond of UFO has passed away. R.I.P. 

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In memory of Paul Raymond.

Michael Schenker Group - One Night At Budokan.

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