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  1. CHRISTIAN, CHRIS - Chris Christian +6 (digitally remastered)

    CHRISTIAN, CHRIS - Chris Christian +6 (digitally remastered)

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    Chris Christian began his professional music career as a performer in Nashville, Tennessee, in 1974. Through the years, he has been a performer, songwriter, publishing company executive, recording engineer, record producer, record label executive, and, ultimately, the founder and chief executive officer of his own music production and publishing companies. Signed to Boardwalk Records, this selftitled album from 1981 contains the hit "I Want You, I Need You" and contributions from Christopher Cross, Frankie Vallie, Dann Huff, Tommy Funderburk, Bill Champlin, Paul Jackson, Amy Holland, and Robbie Patton. Released only on CD in 1998 in Japan this a must have for every west coast AOR lover. Learn More
  2. FRAZIER, ROB - This Town (digitally remastered)

    FRAZIER, ROB - This Town (digitally remastered)

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    Singer. Songwriter. Recording Artist. Worship Leader. Pastor. Speaker. How does all that fit together in one life? It’s not easy but Rob Frazier feels a calling to all of these roles and attempts to make room for them all. Rob Frazier enjoyed a close relationship with Steve Camp for nearly two decades, co-writing many of the songs on his last 11 albums as well as songs for other artists including Margaret Becker, Rick Cua, the classic-rock band KANSAS, Kenny Marks, Geoff Moore and the Distance. His second solo release "This Town" (1986) saw him continuing his classic mid west flavored sound like John Kilzer / The Hooters with a strong AOR vibe. Digitally remastered re-issue, first time ever on CD. Learn More
  3. GIDEON'S ARMY - Grace (digi pack, digitally remastered)

    GIDEON'S ARMY - Grace (digi pack, digitally remastered)

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    Das US Quartett Gideon's Army brachte es während ihrer 16jährigen Karriere nur auf drei Studioalben, wobei es aber die letzten beiden Alben in sich haben. Das 1982 veröffentlichte Debüt "Rock And Roll For Your Soul" kam noch etwas verschnörkelt und ohne den berühmten roten Faden um die Ecke, aber ab dem 1985er Klassiker "Warriors Of Love" stand die Christliche US Formation für genialen melodischen Rock ganz in der Tradition von IDLE CURE, NOVELLA, PETRA, SWEET CRYSTAL und GUARDIAN. Ihr drittes Album "Grace" (1990) gehört dabei zu den herausragenden Scheiben der Christlichen Rockszene in den 80er Jahre, leider hatte die Band mit ihren Vertrieben meistens das Pech gepachtet.. Learn More
  4. GIDEON’S ARMY - Warriors Of Love (digi pack, digitally remastered)

    GIDEON’S ARMY - Warriors Of Love (digi pack, digitally remastered)

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    Gideon's Army was a San Francisco Bay Area based combo formed at the end of the 70s which played extensively the US west coast mostly as part of the white metal movement. Yes, Gideon's Army was a Christian band, but they were a different beast than Stryper, Whitecross or Petra. Their sound and style has more in common with Night Ranger, Idle Cure, Aviator, Icon, etc, combining hooky melodic guitar riffs with tons of keyboards and swirling synths over a catchy hooklines baggage. In short: "Warriors Of Love" (1985) is an awesome mid-eighties ear-candy US Melodic Hard Rock / AOR album. First time ever on CD incl. a great remastered sound this is utterly essential stuff for 80s AOR lovers. Learn More
  5. HALO - Halo +4 (digitally remastered)

    HALO - Halo +4 (digitally remastered)

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    The demo was then presented to John Elefante of Pakaderm Records who quickly got the band into his studio to produce their first full length offering, which contained a perfect slice of classic AOR stuff next to AVIATOR, IDLE CURE and ALLIES. Digitally remastered re-issue. Learn More
  6. HALO - Heaven Calling +4 (digitally remastered)

    HALO - Heaven Calling +4 (digitally remastered)

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    With the release of "Heaven Calling", the band garnered some fame when their title cut was debuted on Billboard's Top Contemporary Christian chart at No. 21. In addition, Halo had a total of four Rock hits over the band's career. Overall "Heaven Calling" turned out slightly softer as critcally acclaimed debut, but still containing some great AOR tunes. Digitally remastered. Learn More
  7. IDLE CURE - Idle Cure +1 (digitally remastered)

    IDLE CURE - Idle Cure +1 (digitally remastered)

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    The response was both remarkable, and immediate. “Breakaway” was a runaway hit on major Christian Rock radio stations, and “Take It” was a number 1 ballad almost nationwide. Originating from Long Beach California, these guys have perfected the quintessential sound of melodic rock and AOR. Digitally remastered re-issue incl. 1 bonus track. Learn More
  8. JAG - The Longest Road (digitally remastered)

    JAG - The Longest Road (digitally remastered)

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    Jag started in 1987 when singer John Allen Garies released an independent cassette called "It's Your Choice" on the private label Steady Wind Records featuring 10 songs. That record got the attention of Billy Smiley, founding member of Whiteheart, which not only managed to get a deal for the band with Benson records, he also produced all their three albums. "The Longest Road" (1990) starts off strong, with a very GIANT-like guitar intro and a serious Whiteheart-like rhythm. Again, the influence of both of these bands abound through the album and the mighty Dann Huff even guests on the track "Shake It Off". Digitally remastered re-issue. Learn More
  9. MOORE, GEOFF - The Distance +1 (digitally remastered)

    MOORE, GEOFF - The Distance +1 (digitally remastered)

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    "The Distance" (1987) was Geoff’s last solo album before putting together a band and being Geoff Moore and the Distance. There must be some correlation between this album being call The Distance and his subsequent band being named The Distance but I don’t know what it was. The band for this album consisted of Dann Huff, Gary Lunn and Mark Gersmehl all from White Heart along with Billy Smiley doing some backup vocals and producing the album. With songwriting contributions from Billy Smiley, Mark Gersmehl and Stephen Curtis Chapman you can be sure to get a cracking album somewhere between WHITE HEART, PETRA and GIANT. Digitally remastered re-issue. Learn More
  10. MOORE, GEOFF - Where Are The Other Nine? +1 (digitally remastered)

    MOORE, GEOFF - Where Are The Other Nine? +1 (digitally remastered)

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    Geoff Moore broke into the music scene with the help of Michael W. Smith while working in Nashville at a mens clothing store in 1983/84. Funny how being in the right place at the right time makes all the difference. But before you think that it was all coincidental there are a few things you should know. Geoff began singing while he was at Taylor University and was classmate to White Heart future lead singer, Rick Florian and went on to collaborate with Steven Curtis Champman on multiple projects. With songwriting contributions from White Heart core members Billy Smiley and Rick Florian "Where Are The Other Nine?" (1984) turned out as proper mix of 80s singer/songwriter AOR with a cool midwest vibe. First time on CD. Learn More

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