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  1. STRANGEWAYS - Complete Recordings Vol.1 (4 CD box set, digitally remastered)

    STRANGEWAYS - Complete Recordings Vol.1 (4 CD box set, digitally remastered)

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    Formed in 1985 by brothers Ian Stewart (guitar) and David Stewart (bass), joined by Jim Drummond (drums) and singer Tony Liddell, they released their critically-acclaimed self-titled debut album in 1985 (produced by Kevin Elson of Journey fame). American Terry Brock replaced Tony Liddell as vocalist, joining Dave Munch Moore on keyboards for the John Punter-produced ‘Native Sons’ in 1987, arguably their greatest commercial success. The same line-up released the third album ‘Walk In Fire’ in 1989. Their fourth album "And The Horse" (1994) saw guitarist Ian Stewart on lead vocals on this laid back affair. Digitally remastered box set incl. 19 !! bonus tracks (live tracks, demos) - VALUE FOR MONEY !! Attention - shipment expenses count as 2 CDs!! Learn More
  2. 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
  3. HOUSE, JAMES - The L.A. Tapes (2 CDs, digitally remastered)

    HOUSE, JAMES - The L.A. Tapes (2 CDs, digitally remastered)

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    James House is best known as a country star for his three hit Nashville records, recorded for MCA and Epic Records in the years spanning 1989-1994. But before that, James House was a rocker, making his solo debut on Atlantic Records in 1983 with an acclaimed self-titled record that featured James co-writing the album’s 9 songs, plus a young Alan Pasqua on 2 co-writes. The album feat. a superstar line-up incl. Jimmy Haslip, Mike Baird (Journey, Rick Springfield, Van Stephenson), Alan Pasqua (Giant), Rick Derringer and more. And James House wrote more rock tracks for a few sound tracks over the next couple of years (which are enclosed as a bonus on disc 2). First time ever on CD - don't miss this classy stuff ! ATTENTION - shipment costs counts as 2 CDs!! Learn More
  4. VYPERA - Eat Your Heart Out

    VYPERA - Eat Your Heart Out

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    Yet another young Swedish outfit with a great feeling for hooklines. VYPERA classify themselves as a mixture of W.A.S.P., TRIUMPH and RAINBOW which is not that much wrong actually. Towards the end, the songwriting levels decreases a little bit but “Eat Your Heart Out“ definitely has got its strong moments. Timeless rock and metal sounds that will likely make every fan of rock music smile. A name to remember for sure. Learn More
  5. DEGARMO & KEY - Streetlight (digitally remastered)

    DEGARMO & KEY - Streetlight (digitally remastered)

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    This 1986 release from the D & K was the start of a more refined sound for the band. They finally started drifting away from so much electronics and started to lean to more guitar driven songs. The album opens with a Springsteenish track “Every Moment” which was well received though. The album did not have a CCM chart single which is a nod to how good an album it really is. So if you liked the old D & K I think you will like the feel of this album and if you preferred their later stuff I believe this was a transition album to that more guitar feel. The album also features a remake of the song “Addey,” which first appeared on their debut album, but this version has all the makings of what a hit song should be. Digitally remastered re-issue. Learn More
  6. SOUTHGANG - Tainted Angel + bonus live CD (digitally remastered)

    SOUTHGANG - Tainted Angel + bonus live CD (digitally remastered)

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    Starting out as Byte The Bullet, this hard rock band relocated to Los Angeles from Rome, Georgia towards the end of 1988 in order to attract a record deal. Gaining the interest of Charisma Records and the name change to Southgang followed. Producer for their first album, „Tainted Angel“ (1991) was Howard Benson. Southgang had been taken under the wing of Desmond Child (after being introduced by Ratt), the legendary 80’s song doctor consequently contributing a great deal to the group’s songwriting. For the most part „Tainted Angel“ is a slick, polished hair metal album with a bluesy swagger with impressive vocals courtesy of Jesse Harte. Digitally remastered re-issue from Bad Reputation incl. bonus live CD. Learn More
  7. SOUTHGANG - Group Therapy (digitally remastered)

    SOUTHGANG - Group Therapy (digitally remastered)

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    Southgang was one of the countless pretty-boy hard rock bands to emerge from the late 80's hair metal craze. Their first album „Tainted Angel“ (1991) was a really good hair metal album very much in the vein of bands like Danger Danger, Bang Tango and the less radio friendly side of Skid Row. Produced by Howard Benson the entire album was co-written by Desmond Child. This set-up got changed for the follow up „Group Therapy“ (1992) which saw the mighty Keith Olsen (Whitesnake) at the production helm as well and the change to a much rawer and slightly more Southern rock flavoured hard rock sound. Overall a top notch album which only got releases too late. Bad Reputation re-issue, digitally remastered. Learn More
  8. SHARK ISLAND - S’cool Bus +2 (digitally remastered, digi pack, deluxe edition)

    SHARK ISLAND - S’cool Bus +2 (digitally remastered, digi pack, deluxe edition)

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    Shark Island was once the house band at the world-famous Gazzaris on the Sunset Strip. Signed to Epic Records in 1989 the band released their debut album “Law of The Order”, and also saw the tracks ‘Dangerous’ and ‘Father Time’ featured in the movie „Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure“. But many prefer SHARK ISLAND’s original, raw, sleazy sound of their origins, and all that LA street-rock aura is present all over ”S’cool Bus (which was only released independently on LP / cassette in 1986). “S’cool Bus” is where it all started, with tracks produced by Rick Derringer and capturing the band during the heyday of the Sunset Strip. This hidden gem is remastered and repackaged along with bonus tracks – don’t miss it ! Learn More

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