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  1. ZAFFIRO, DAVID - Yesterday's Left Behind (digitally remastered)

    ZAFFIRO, DAVID - Yesterday's Left Behind (digitally remastered)

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    In 1994 David Zaffiro released his fourth album titled 'Yesterdays Left Behind' which follows in the veins of his third release 'Surrender Absolute'. There are a few tracks here that are note worthy with the first being the tune "Winds Of September" which is a well executed tune where we find guest vocalist Steven Patrick stepping up to the microphone from the well known band Holy Soldier. 'Winds of September' was written by Steven Patrick and the vocal work is very reminiscent of his work with Holy Soldier. Besides the usual instrumentals ("Nothing's Gonna Stand In Your Way") you'll also find here the bluesy Country rock flavored instrumnetal track "Bottle Top". Digitally remastered re-issue. Learn More
  2. ZAFFIRO, DAVID - The Other Side (digitally remastered)

    ZAFFIRO, DAVID - The Other Side (digitally remastered)

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    Fans of the Seattle based melodic metal band Bloodgood are certain to be familiar with guitarist David Zaffiro, the talented musician who contributed the fast fingered lead guitar work to the bands first three albums. After departing Bloodgood following the release of its 1988 effort "Rock In A Hard Place", Zaffiro recorded his first solo album entitled "The Other Side" (1989) in which he goes after a stylish acoustic laced combination of hard rock and melodic rock and handles the lead vocals as well. The album opens to three superb polished hard rockers in "Stay", "I See Red" and "Where Are You Now" that would sound right at home on "Rock In A Hard Place". Digitally remastered re-issue. Learn More
  3. ZAFFIRO, DAVID - Surrender Absolute (digitally remastered)

    ZAFFIRO, DAVID - Surrender Absolute (digitally remastered)

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    In 1992 David Zaffiro released a third album called 'Surrender Absolute'. This album finds David leaving the Metal genre and moving down to the Soft Rock section falling more into the 80s AOR category.David got joyned by his ex- band college Michael Bloodgood and AVION singer Randall Waller and this makes the whole thing even more attractive for the AOR fan base. David Zaffiro shines at the three instrumentals "Silas And Serai", "Attitude" and "No Long Goodbyes" in true Joe Satriani / Steve Vai style. Possibly his finest solo release and worth having for 80s Christian AOR lovers. Digitally remastered re-issue. Learn More
  4. WINDING ROAD - Winding Road

    WINDING ROAD - Winding Road

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    Sweden gives us another wonderful pearl of Melodic Hard Rock, the self-titled debut of WINDING ROAD is an almost perfect album for the genre, a record that cannot fail to end up in the collections of AOR and Melodic Rock lovers all over the world. WINDING ROAD is a sensational album, endowed with immediate catchiness, which showcases the excellent artistic maturity of these musicians as well as their undisputed song-writing skills. Learn More
  5. WILLIAMS, JOSEPH - Denizen Tenant (digi pack)

    WILLIAMS, JOSEPH - Denizen Tenant (digi pack)

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    Simultaneously with TOTO band mate STEVE LUKATHER (g) the singer, too, puts out a solo album. The single “Liberty Man“ is a very relaxed but intense track and a true highlight. Numerous TOTO musicians like David Paich (keys) play here, too. JOSEPH WILLIAMS has got one of those really unique voices out there. Fantastic stuff! And compared to the solo effort of STEVE LUKATHER, “Denizen Tenant“ wins the race in a close fight. Learn More
  6. WILDSIDE - Under The Influence (digitally remastered)

    WILDSIDE - Under The Influence (digitally remastered)

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    If ‘UTI” was released 5 years earlier, Wildside would have been a household name and probably would be talking about a multi-platinum selling band. Armed with a sound that was a mixture between Ratt and Cinderella, they had the sound, the talent, the look and the attitude to be a huge band. Learn More
  7. WILDNESS - Ultimate Demise

    WILDNESS - Ultimate Demise

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    What a great month! WILDNESS from Sweden put out a magnificent second album, the first with new voice Erik Forsberg (ex BLAZON STONE). Powerful AOR with superb songwriting and versatile arrangements. No matter if faster and slightly harder tracks like ´“Cold Words“ or “My Hideaway“, a ballad like “Falling Into Pieces“ or even the epic title song, WILDNESS definitely know how to do it. Comes with a strong production and the absolute will to make it. „Ultimate Demise“ will lift the band onto the level of contenders like H.E.A.T., ECLIPSE or CRAZY LIXX for sure. Learn More
  8. WILDLIFE - Burning (digitally remastered)

    WILDLIFE - Burning (digitally remastered)

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    There is no question that FM has become one of the flag bearers of British melodic rock, having survived for many years through various musical climates, with the ever-present and exceptional voice of Steve Overland. Few however, will be aware that the band’s history goes back at least a decade earlier when a few of FM were founding members of Wildlife. Formed in the late 70s, the band feat. future FM members Steve Overland, his brother Chris and drummer Pete Jupp. Released in 1980 and considering this was the primetime NWOBHM era, the American sounding tunes delivered by Steve Overland and the Wildlife boys must have seemed positively alien to all the metal fans in England. Rock Candy re-issue. Learn More
  9. WHITE HEART - White Heart +1 (digitally remastered)

    WHITE HEART - White Heart +1 (digitally remastered)

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    This was White Heart’s introductory album. Formed in 1982 by two members of Bill Gaither’s group they decidedly recorded and performed a more upbeat style of music. Lead by the extraordinary pipes of vocalist Steve Green and the legendary brothers Dave and Dann Huff, both of who should need no introduction; this is one of the best Christian rock debuts ever recorded. Keep in mind, Toto were at the height of their powers when this record was released and it's clear where the group took its inspiration. Spine tingling really and tracks like 'Hold On' and 'Everyday' will make any 'west coast' fan swoon with White Heart standing toe to toe with the best of Maxus, Pages and any other band of similar ilk you care to mention. Learn More
  10. WHITE HEART - Vital Signs +1 (digitally remastered)

    WHITE HEART - Vital Signs +1 (digitally remastered)

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    Whiteheart was turned down by every major Christian label until Chris Christian heard their demo and signed them to Home Sweet Home Records and gave them their first record deal. By the time they released their third album on Home Sweet Home Records, they were selling in excess of 250,000 albums. After their self-titled debut album was released in 1982, singer Steve Green left the band and was replaced by Scott Douglas. The band released its second album, "Vital Signs", in 1984. Dann Huff left the band shortly afterward and recommended his high school friend, Gordon Kennedy as his replacement and Scott Douglas was added as Huff's replacement as lead vocalist. Digitally remastered re-issue incl. 1 bonus track. Learn More

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