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3 hours ago, kourosofsteel3 said:

Revisiting the classics

 

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On cd? ;) 

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With the re union in full swing

Bang Tango - Psycho Cafe

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Tygers Of Pan Tang - Ritual

Femme Fatale - One More For The Road

Cats In Space - My Kind Of Christmas

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Mike Machine - Alive.

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Bloody Heels -  Through Mysteries

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Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons -  Age of Absurdity

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Ari Koivunen - Fuel For Fire

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L.A Guns - Tales From The Strip

Saxon - Destiny

Tygers Of Pan Tang - Ritual

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Destroy, She Said -  Origins Of Odetta

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Still masters of their game! Easily in my top releases from 2019!

 

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On 12/17/2019 at 9:33 PM, lettard said:

L.A Guns - Tales From The Strip

Saxon - Destiny

Tygers Of Pan Tang - Ritual

 Bro, If I had enough time, I'd release that Tales From The Strip on Vinyl! I fookin loving it! 

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12 hours ago, kourosofsteel3 said:

 Bro, If I had enough time, I'd release that Tales From The Strip on Vinyl! I fookin loving it! 

Yeah its a damn fine album :drink:

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Raintimes - S/T

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Nothing since I'm listening to the Steve Price Rock Show.

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Martie Peters Group - Unfinished Business

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Airbourne - Ready To Rock.

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Cheesetimes - S/T, sorry I mean Raintimes - S/T

Foreigner - Unusual Heat (underrated by the vintage Lou Gramm only Foreigner corksniffers and music police.)

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14 minutes ago, Thomas/Coastline said:

Foreigner - Unusual Heat (underrated by the vintage Lou Gramm only Foreigner corksniffers and music police.)

Brilliant album :drink:

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UV- S/T

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