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  1. JAG - The Only World In Town (digitally remastered)

    JAG - The Only World In Town (digitally remastered)

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    "The Only World In Town" (1991) JAG’s second album was “arena rock” all the way. Even more importantly, the songs on this album have some significance. First, Billy Smiley, while touring Australia with WHITEHEART, heard the hit song, "Hands Up In The Air'' from the band BOOM CRASH OPERA and worked with JAG to record it as the first song on the album. The song, 'Two Worlds Collide", was going to be cut and recorded by the band GIANT. Since GIANT already had 14-15 songs for their album, John talked Billy into making it a JAG song. Dann Huff played all the guitars, and it became the 4th song on the album. Digitally remastered re-issue. Learn More
  2. LIAISON - Hard Hitter +1 (digitally remastered)

    LIAISON - Hard Hitter +1 (digitally remastered)

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    Another excellent release by the Melby brothers this time with a cast of great musicians (Greg Bissonette, Tony Palacios, Oz Fox, Lanny Cordola). "Hard Hitter" (1992) is a clear winner for fans of the harder edged US melodic rock sound like Hardline, Baton Rouge etc. Digitally remastered, strictly limited to 500 copies. Learn More
  3. LIAISON - Liaison (digitally remastered)

    LIAISON - Liaison (digitally remastered)

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    Produced by Bill Baumgart (Idle Cure etc.) and featuring guests like Jeff Porcaro and Michael Landau the selftitled Liaison debut still stands as one of the finest AOR releases from the Christian melodic rock scene next to Mastedon, Halo, Idle Cure and cohorts. Digitally remastered and limited to 500 copies only. Learn More
  4. LIAISON - Urgency +1 (digitally remastered)

    LIAISON - Urgency +1 (digitally remastered)

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    Highlights incl. the title track "Urgency" which is a hell of a catchy song, "Ocean View" is a nice song, "Luwenda" is a beauty...smooth..relaxed... ,"He Smiled" a highlight, "All I Have To Offer You" is another good smoothie with a catchy chorus song. To cut it short - another fine example of brilliant Christian AOR stuff. Digitally remastered, 1 bonus track and limited to 500 copies. Learn More
  5. MASTEDON - It’s A Jungle Out There +3 (digitally remastered)

    MASTEDON - It’s A Jungle Out There +3 (digitally remastered)

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    In the course of the re-release of several classic Christian AOR albums also MASTEDON’s legendary and rare debut “It’s A Jungle Out There” (1989) get re-issued. The album combines 80’s US Hard Rock a la QUIET RIOT and RATT (“It’s A Jungle Out There”, “Love Inhalation”) with slightly progressive Melodic Rock in the vein of KANSAS at the times of “Drastic Measures”. Learn More
  6. MASTEDON - Lofcaudio (digitally remastered)

    MASTEDON - Lofcaudio (digitally remastered)

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    After the success of their debut album in 1989, John and Dino Elefante formed Pakaderm Records and release this, their second album, "Lofcaudio" (1990) on their own label. This album also features an all-star cast, but most of them aren’t named because of legal issues with other record labels. "Lofcaudio" has four vocalists namely John Elefante, Dave Amato, Tom Bowes, and James Dean Longacre which are fitting the slick and pompy AOR sound of this album perfectly. Massive, fullscale AOR with lovely melodies, harmonies and layered sound straight out of the Kansas songbook with John & Dino Elefante. Without a doubt one of the finest Christian AOR releases ever and finally available again ! Learn More
  7. MOORE, GEOFF - Over The Edge +1 (digitally remastered)

    MOORE, GEOFF - Over The Edge +1 (digitally remastered)

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    Geoff Moore was a midwestern kid, born and raised in Michigan. The son of a minor league baseball player/steelworker, Geoff discovered singing while attending a then-Christian school known as Taylor University. Two years after his debut "Where Are.." Geoff Moore entered the studio with the entire White Heart crew to record "Over The Edge" (1986). It can be easily considered as a White Heart album...with Geoff Moore singing lead. Because that's pretty much what it is. Which worked out great for Geoff, since White Heart's roster has always been stocked with mega-talented musicians. As you can imagine there's the classic White Heart vibe all over the place on this cracking album. First time ever on CD. Learn More
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. PRODIGAL - Electric Eye (2 CDs, digitally remastered)

    PRODIGAL - Electric Eye (2 CDs, digitally remastered)

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    Despite the fact Cincinnati, Ohio based Prodigal was musically ahead of its early to mid-eighties time, it did not always receive similiar accolades as its contemporaries - in the form of recognition and commercial success - and by and large (and sadly) has fallen beneath the radar of the current hard music landscape. One would not be out of line to suggest, for instance, that cohorts from the period such as DeGarmo & Key, Petra and Sweet Comfort Band potentially attracted a wider audience and were household names to the greater extent in comparison. Maybe a notch punchier as their eponymous debut "Electric Eye" (1984) still stands as a superb slice of Christian melodic rock. Digitally remastered re-issue. Learn More

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