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  1. D'MOLLS - D'Molls (digitally remastered)

    D'MOLLS - D'Molls (digitally remastered)

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    D’Molls ace in the hole was their charismatic singer Desi Rexx, who had a good voice and a cheeky ‘tude. D’Molls may not have made much of an impact, but it’s hard to hate on their good time party rock. Rock Candy re-issue, digitally remastered. Learn More
  2. CODE RED - Incendiary

    CODE RED - Incendiary

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    Swedish outfit CODE RED and their pure AOR are fantastic. “Incendiary“ is a true treat for lovers of keyboard-driven sounds full of melody. Frontman Ulrick Lönnquist (SAHARA) and Morgan Jensen (SWEDISH EROTICA) on guitar as well as Michael Palace (PALACE) on bass and Daniel Flores (THE MURDER OF MY SWEET, FIND ME), who also produced the record, on drums create a mighty set of fireworks. “Incendiary“, without doubt, is the AOR record of the year! Learn More
  3. BLOOD RED SAINTS - Love Hate Conspiracies

    BLOOD RED SAINTS - Love Hate Conspiracies

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    Finest British Hardrock from one of the hottest “new“ bands around - whereas every single member is no stranger to the scene. “Love Hate Conspiracies“, the second BLOOD RED SAINTS album after the well-received “Speedway“ (2015) comes around a bit harder, which certainly goes back to the fact that a second guitar (Neil Hibbs, ex SHY) was added and the keyboards were mostly banned. Learn More
  4. BAD RADIATOR - IV

    BAD RADIATOR - IV

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    On this 10 song album you will absolutely recognize the quartet if you’ve heard them before. They have a softness that shines through even when they add some lightweight hard rock in the arrangements and it reminds me of RADIO SILENCE mixed with MICHAEL LEARNS TO ROCK and the softer side of STAGE DOLLS. Learn More
  5. AMMOURI - Dare To Be Happy

    AMMOURI - Dare To Be Happy

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    AMMOURI, that’s female singer, producer and model Marina Ammouri from Sweden. For her powerful and comparatively modern rock she gathers the talents of well-known players like Pontus Egbert (b, ex THE POODLES), Tony Borg (g, ALIEN) oder Johann Kullberg (THERION, ex HAMMERFALL) among others. “Fill Your Heart With Love“ or the half-ballad “Bad Illusion“ cover the range of the album pretty well. Learn More
  6. AIRBOUND - Airbound

    AIRBOUND - Airbound

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    Italian melodic rockers Airbound, whose sound they admit has been inspired by classic AOR of bands like Journey and Survivor, and to me adds a dash of Bon Jovi to the mix have done pretty well here. Their debut is a nice and airy affair, upbeat and smelling of summer it’s a real ‘feel good’ hit from the first spin. Learn More
  7. AERODYNE - Breaking Free

    AERODYNE - Breaking Free

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    Aerodyne delivers straight up melodic hard rock with a metal edge and then carefully spun into an AOR wrapper. The 80s melodic metal rock is a great flag to fly, and Aerodyne does it with enthusiasm and with entertaining results. And, honestly, there's not a bad song in the bunch. Learn More
  8. ADELLAIDE - Flying High

    ADELLAIDE - Flying High

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    Adellaide is a new and very promising melodic rock band from Brazil and with their debut record, "Flying High", are ready to make some serious noise. Adellaide released their debut EP in 2016 and gained very positive review from both fans and press. Their sound is basically melodic rock/edgy AOR that is heavenly influenced by bands such as Journey, Survivor and Asia mixing it with a more modern melodic rock approach. Learn More
  9. 7HY - For The Record

    7HY - For The Record

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    7HY continues to take their classic melodic rock influences and turn them into very solid, very enjoyable modern melodic rock albums. "For the Record" is their best effort to date, and is an album that fans of Foreigner, Inglorious, Snakecharmer, Farcry and melodic rock in general ought to enjoy. Learn More

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