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  1. PETRA - Not Of This World (digitally remastered)

    PETRA - Not Of This World (digitally remastered)

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    While Petra was touring in support of "More Power To Ya", they took a break of six weeks during the summer of 1983 to record "Not Of This World". Released in 1983, it is very similar to its predecessor "More Power To Ya", and bandleader Bob Hartman has stated that he considers it to be the musical equivalent of a sequel. "Grave Robber" is a great song with an infectious melody, and the title track is a somber, almost haunting tune. "Godpleaser" and "Bema Seat" come as close to "More Power To Ya" as anything else in terms of energy. "Not Of This World" was also the first Petra album to be nominated for a Grammy award. Digitally remastered re-issue. Learn More
  2. PETRA - Captured In Time And Space (digitally remastered)

    PETRA - Captured In Time And Space (digitally remastered)

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    Petra left an indelible mark on teenagers all over the world throughout the 80's. Bob Hartman (founder) and Greg X. Volz and band dropped 6 elite albums from 1979-1986. However Petra's „Captured In Time and Space“, which was released in 1986, would be the last for Greg X Volz and the end of an era as John Schlitt would join Petra as new lead vocalist latter that same year. Usually live albums are not favorites among fans, but Petra were on top of their game. The sound quality is great and it contains all their top hits, a 3-song Rock Medley as well as a Mellow Medley and a guitar, Drum and Keyboard solo, literally everything you want from a great live performance and none of the stuff you don't want. Learn More
  3. PETRA - Back To The Street (digitally remastered)

    PETRA - Back To The Street (digitally remastered)

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    This is the first release after the departure of long time lead vocalist Greg X Volz and many fans wondered what would become of their beloved corporate rock heroes. “Back To The Street” (1986) answered the question with a vengeance and remains one of the two best John Schlitt lead projects. After a brief and successful foray into technology driven rock with “Beat the System,” Petra returned to their more Foreigner tinged leanings. The Elefante brothers (John and Dino) debuted at the production helm and the vocal and guitar qualities of earlier releases returned. BTTS contains some Bob Hartman’s finest songwriting. Digitally remastered re-issue. Learn More
  4. DEGARMO & KEY - The Pledge (digitally remastered)

    DEGARMO & KEY - The Pledge (digitally remastered)

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    DeGarmo & Key were back in 1989 with one of their most successful albums referring to radio play and sales numbers. "The Pledge" was released in 1989 and included hit after hit. It's anthem like music is ear-candy and contains some of their best songs. Both "Boycott Hell" and "I'm Accepted" are both listed as the 3rd and 4th most streamed DeGarmo and Key songs proving that this album is as mature as it is timeless. If you want pure AOR ear candy with a healthy dose of guitar this is a must grab. Fans of Petra, Steve Camp, Whiteheart and Geoff Moore are going to love this. Digitally remastered re-issue from Girder Music. Learn More
  5. DEGARMO & KEY - No Turning Back Live! (2 CDs, digitally remastered)

    DEGARMO & KEY - No Turning Back Live! (2 CDs, digitally remastered)

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    The DeGarmo & Key Band were a tour de force, known primarily for their unique Southern-flavored rock in the early years. With two albums of excellent progressive/classic rock („This Time Thru“, 1978 and „Straight On“, 1979) and an album of memorable jazz-styled mainstream rock(„This Ain’t Hollywood“, 1980) under their belts, they decided to capture their live energy and release a double live album. „No Turning Back“ (1982) is considered one of the best live albums in the history of CCM. While the group played blues based rock with a minor British progressive rock influence, they migrated to a more pop and rock style as time went on after this classic live recording. Digitally remastered re-issue. Learn More
  6. DEGARMO & KEY - Mission Of Mercy (digitally remastered)

    DEGARMO & KEY - Mission Of Mercy (digitally remastered)

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    Childhood friends Eddie DeGarmo and Dana Key joined forces in their late teens to create music and for three decades were responsible for some of the popular CCM ever recorded. Millions of albums and millions of miles traveled. Sandwiched between nearly two decades of straight ahead rock were three albums of keyboard driven pop rock. Of those three album the first, "Mission Of Mercy" (1983), would be the best even though it featured the least amount of guitar. When it came right down to it, it contained the best songwriting with more than a handful of huge hits. “That The Way God Planned It” would remain a popular live song for the band while "Ready Or Not" and "When It’s Over" would all top the charts. Digitally remastered. Learn More
  7. DEGARMO & KEY - D & K (digitally remastered)

    DEGARMO & KEY - D & K (digitally remastered)

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    DeGarmo & Key's "D&K" (1987) might not quite reflect some of the gritty blues driven sensibilities of its first two albums but it lacks in blues it gains in rock and I mean hard rock, creating a work characterized by catchy choruses and notable melodies (the songwriting here is fantastic), polished (but not too polished) production and the strong musicianship that Eddie and Dana bring to the table. If you are looking for DeGarmo & Key to “rock out” then give “Out Of The Danger Zone” (a real barn burner), “War With The World” (by far the albums heaviest) and “Radical” (catchy disposition) several listens. Digitally remastered re-issue. Learn More
  8. DEGARMO & KEY - Communication (digitally remastered)

    DEGARMO & KEY - Communication (digitally remastered)

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    This 1984 release from DeGarmo & Key featured much more of what we expected from them. Strong guitar tracks with keyboard support are the sound they followed as this sound was state of the art during the mid 80s. This album, while good, did not particularly stand out from the others and is considered a “fill in” album by some. DeGarmo & Key became the first American Christian group to have a music video appear on MTV. The video production of "Six, Six,Six", one of the songs included on "Communication" (1984), became the first song from a religious record label to be placed in MTV's regular rotation. Digitally remastered re-issue. Learn More
  9. DEGARMO & KEY - Commander Sozo (digitally remastered)

    DEGARMO & KEY - Commander Sozo (digitally remastered)

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    The 8th album from D & K wins for their dumbest named album with one of the longest album title in in Christian Rock history but was also accompanied with one of the longest tenures an album has sat on Christian rock charts. The songs "Destined To Win" and "Casual Christian" were the top two most requested songs from the band ever. By the time this album came out in 1985 they had developed a throbbing, edgier sound embracing a specific style of synth-driven new wave which had been popular in the early '80s. This works particularly well on opening cuts "Active" and "Competition" which romp along nicely without succumbing to the band's other American bombastic rock of the era. Digitally remastered. Learn More
  10. CUA, RICK - Wear Your Colors (digitally remastered)

    CUA, RICK - Wear Your Colors (digitally remastered)

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    "Wear Your Colors" (1986) is the second album of Rick’s to be produced by Dave Perkins, who also played extensively on it. One look at the album cover, Rick holding up his black bass guitar in his frayed leather jacket, and you know they had a rock album in mind. And it shows up in the larger-than-life stadium rock numbers. The songs on "Wear Your Colors" are uber-catchy and danceable - like a mixture of Rick Springfield, Jude Cole and Mitch Malloy. Some of the old guard musicians (Mike Mead, Joe English, Bob Halligan Jr, Dave Perkins) from previous albums return to find new ways to breath life into these songs. Digitally remastered re-issue. Learn More

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