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  1. TWENTY TWENTY - Twenty Twenty (digitally remastered)

    TWENTY TWENTY - Twenty Twenty (digitally remastered)

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    TWENTY TWENTY was a band from the mid 80s CCM field that somehow managed to be appreciated by secular listeners. Twenty Twenty's self-titled debut from 1985 was produced by White Heart's Billy Smiley, so expect a pristine sound. The band mixed an interesting blend of pomp AOR with cool new wave melodies, all wrapped by a very Eighties arsenal of keyboards, synthesizers, synclavier and electronic drums. Some tracks come out pretty Hi-Tech but with substance. There's a really fine guitar work by Roscoe Meek, especially creating a sustained, clean rythmic riffs, and we have the excellent vocalist Ron Collins who released a stupendous AOR solo album in the Nineties. First time ever on CD - A MUST HAVE!! Learn More
  2. PLAYER - Room With A View (JAP CD)

    PLAYER - Room With A View (JAP CD)

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    After the release of their second album "Danger Zone" (1978) singer / guitarist and founding member J.C. Crowley left the band. New members Miles Joseph (vocals, guitar) and Gabriel Katona (keyboards, ex-Rare Earth) joined Beckett, Moss and Friesen in the studio for the group's third album, "Room With a View" (April 1980), produced by Peter Beckett with Tony Peluso. Pretty similar in style to "Danger Zone" the album follows the paths of the huge successful west coast AOR style from Toto, Chicago and cohorts, but the album failed in terms of sales and Ron Moss left the band becoming an actor in the TV series "The Bold and the beautiful". Strictly limited Japanese re-issue with a superb sound quality. Learn More
  3. PLAYER - Danger Zone (JAP CD)

    PLAYER - Danger Zone (JAP CD)

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    Player epitomized what mainstream soft pop/rock was all about in the late ‘70s – and that was the sound of Los Angeles. The band’s self-titled debut followed through on the promise of their debut hit single, “Baby Come Back". This was laid-back but engaging, and the band displayed some serious musical chops, occasionally sounding like a sweet, streamlined Steely Dan. Some of the same characteristics were evident on their next record, "Danger Zone" (1978), but as that title illustrates, Player is playing harder this time around. Pretty close to what Ambrosia was doing around the same time and highlighted by the singles “Prisoner Of Your Love” and “Silver Lining”. Strictly limited Japanese re-issue with a superb sound quality. Learn More
  4. THE BOMBERS - Aim High +3 (digitally remastered)

    THE BOMBERS - Aim High +3 (digitally remastered)

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    A supergroup formed by Alan Lancaster & John Coghlan from Status Quo, and John Brewster of The Angels, “Aim High” was released by a A&M in 1990, so expect that huge major label production and melodic hard rock goodness. I always thought The Bombers as the Australian answer to Damn Yankees, and you can hear into their sound as well touches of Y&T, Thunder, Night Ranger, Hurricane, etc. This album simply kills. Learn More
  5. WALK THE WALK - Walk The Walk

    WALK THE WALK - Walk The Walk

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    The debut of the American band is great stuff for lovers of the eighties and bands like DANGER DANGER, DEF LEPPARD, MÖTLEY CRÜE or BON JOVI. Check out the energetic “Running From You“ and the very much classic BON JOVI-sounding “Find The Light“. Also, the slightly sleazy “Two Miles To Go“ is pretty cool. “Walk The Walk“ is one of THE surprises of the year so far. Learn More
  6. SARAYA - Saraya +4 (digitally remastered)

    SARAYA - Saraya +4 (digitally remastered)

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    Once known as "Alsace Lorraine", the New Jersey based Saraya was groomed by Polygram to be the next Bon Jovi. Unfortunately, Saraya never achieved that critical success, and the band faded into rock & roll obscurity fairly quickly after just releasing two albums. Musically, Saraya had a straight-forward hard rock style coupled with heavy metal riffs and passionate singing that made the band fit in well in the late 80s hair metal scene. While they lacked the punch of many of the heavier hair metal acts of the day. The group was influenced by the female-powered hard rock of Pat Benatar, Heart or Witness with traces of Danger Danger / early Bon Jovi. Digitally remastered re-issue from Bad Reputation records. Learn More
  7. ICON - Night Of The Crime (JAP CD)

    ICON - Night Of The Crime (JAP CD)

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    ICON’s “Night Of The Crime” (1985) is rated by many people as one of the best melodic rock recordings ever! I bet you’d agree, if you listen to killer tracks like the opening ”Naked Eyes” and “Missing” with their great hooklines. But that’s not all! I can’t find any weak track on the whole album: “Danger Calling”, the guitar driven “Out For Blood” or the stadium rocker “Raise The Hammer” are excellent songs with fine melodies and amazing guitar work. I’m just wondering why the band didn’t get as much success as DOKKEN or BON JOVI - that's indeed the crime of the century ! Strictly limited Japanese re-issue with a terrific sound quality - don't miss this mega classic AOR monster album ! Learn More
  8. FRONTLINE - The State Of Rock +2 (digitally remastered)

    FRONTLINE - The State Of Rock +2 (digitally remastered)

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    The more recent material is harder but it’s exactly this combination of melody and power that makes up FRONTLINE according to the strong fanbase. Remastered by guitar player Robby Boebel and limited to 1000 units only. Go for it! Learn More
  9. GUNNER - Back 4 More

    GUNNER - Back 4 More

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    Hailing for Buenos Aires, Argentina, Gunner formed in 2003. Back then they were known as Gunner Sixx. They have released two ’80s inspired albums; 2013’s "Keep Fighting" and 2016’s "All Access". Gunner definitely have the ’80s look and presentation going for them. From their aged album cover to their tight pants and long teased hair. As far as the music goes, they are far from the overly-produced anthems and ballads of the ’80. The music on "Back 4 More" is reminiscent of old ’80s arcade games and ’80s movie soundtracks. However, it would be sounds from the off-brand video games and B-Movie, maybe C-Movie soundtracks. There are certainly signs on this album that Gunner can do better. Learn More
  10. LION - Trouble In Angel City +6 (digitally remastered)

    LION - Trouble In Angel City +6 (digitally remastered)

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    In 1986 Lion released a 6 track EP "Power Love" in Japan only (which is enclosed here as a bonus), followed by their debut "Dangerous Attraction" (1987). "Trouble In Angel City" (1989) was their final release - a superb slice of classic US hard rock from start to finish and one of the strongest releases of 1989. Digitally remastered re-issue from Bad Reputation. Learn More

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