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  1. BEAUVOIR, JEAN - Rock Masterpieces Vol.2

    BEAUVOIR, JEAN - Rock Masterpieces Vol.2

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    It’s a fascinating mixture of melodic rock, hard rock or rather pop-like sounds. It’s the perfect introduction to the work of JEAN BEAUVOIR. All tracks of probably one of the last true rock stars out there have been carefully remastered and at times appear in a different light. Learn More
  2. BIELER, JASON - Songs For The Apocalypse

    BIELER, JASON - Songs For The Apocalypse

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    JASON BIELER (v) of SAIGON KICK is a terribly underrated musician. What you get is (surprisingly progressive) hard rock that is extremely powerful in terms of production and that comes with lots of illustrious guests like Todd LaTorre (v, QUEENSRYCHE), Dave Ellefson (b, MEGADETH) or DEVIN TOWNSEND (g). An album to be listened to with headphones on which will definitely reveal new details with every spin. Well done! Learn More
  3. BITE THE BULLET - Black & White

    BITE THE BULLET - Black & White

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    Strong brand new material in the vein of MR.MISTER, FOREIGNER and ASIA. The second album (!) after the 1986 debut, which was just re-released one year ago. It picks up the original sound of BITE THE BULLET and offers highlights like “Rocks To Stones“, “Starlight“ or “You Never Knew“ among many others. It’s pretty cool when music is able to create the impression that time stands still. Learn More
  4. BLACK PAISLEY - Rambler

    BLACK PAISLEY - Rambler

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    Formed some six years ago, Sweden's Black Paisley have offered fans two exceptional and well received studio albums, 2017's "Late Bloomer" and 2018's "Perennials", yet with each album having slight personnel shifts. The band's latest and third album, "Rambler", finds Black Paisley Mk III returning to its roots with vocalist Stefan Blomqvist and bass player Jan Emanuelsson reuniting with original drummer Robert Karaszi. What hasn't changed with Black Paisley is their solemn commitment to classic rock, that is, melodic hard rock in a fine AOR wrapper. Like the two previous albums, every song within "Rambler" is spot on, not a single runt in the litter. Easily recommended ! Learn More
  5. BLACKEYED SUSAN - Electric Rattlebone +10 (2 CDs, digitally remastered)

    BLACKEYED SUSAN - Electric Rattlebone +10 (2 CDs, digitally remastered)

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    Musically this album reminds the listener of bands like the Black Crowes and London Quireboys. This band was talented and deserved more recognition; it was just another case of arriving on the rock scene too late. Digitally remastered re-issue from Bad Reputation records incl. a bonus CD with 10 songs. Learn More
  6. BLOOD RED SAINTS - Pulse

    BLOOD RED SAINTS - Pulse

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    English hard/melodic rock outfit BLOOD RED SAINTS change their direction at times on their third album since the incarnation of the band which took place in 2014. But don’t be (too) afraid, they are still there, the great hooks (e.g. “Crash Into Me“, “Message To God“ or “Warrior“). Tracks like “Believer“ and “Animals“ or the powerful title track on the other hand have a more modern approach, just like the pre-album single “Warrior“. Learn More
  7. BLUE OYSTER CULT - The Symbol Remains

    BLUE OYSTER CULT - The Symbol Remains

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    Hardly a month without any BLUE ÖYSTER CULT re-release or live output. Finally here comes the long-awaited new studio album of the Americans, the first in almost two decades actually. And it really rocks and even though one or two real future classics are probably missing here, it’s still in the vein of classic BÖC, which means slightly progressive hardrock with meaningful lyrics. Nevertheless, material contains some fresh elements. That’s how it should be. Learn More
  8. BOLDMAN, LOYD - Sleep Without Dreams (digitally remastered)

    BOLDMAN, LOYD - Sleep Without Dreams (digitally remastered)

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    The late Loyd Boldman is perhaps best known as being the keyboard player and singer with US Christian rockers Prodigal who, back in their '80s heyday, had radio success with songs like "Invisible Man", "Emerald City" and "Scene Of The Crime". In 1985, the group went their separate ways after releasing three albums and Boldman set about writing and recording a solo project that would see the light of day three years later. Boldman's decision to release it on his own independent label in cassette-only format meant that it's become something of a hidden gem for many CCM fans. Music wise a great mix of melodic- and classic rock with a good dose of singer / songwriter stuff in the vein of Tom Petty. Digitally remastered. Learn More
  9. BONFIRE - Roots (2 CDs)

    BONFIRE - Roots (2 CDs)

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    An (almost) acoustic record with the biggest hits certainly is not a stunning idea in the first place but here it’s pretty good - it’s as simple as that. BONFIRE, despite the line-up changes and partly irritating behavior recently, are still a great band which is showcased by “Roots“ easily. Vocalist Alexx Stahl doesn’t have to hide from his predecessor. The new interpretations of “You Make Me Feel“, “American Nights“ or “Ready 4 The Action“ are a living proof. Learn More
  10. BROTHER FIRETRIBE - Feel The Burn

    BROTHER FIRETRIBE - Feel The Burn

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    Finnish AOR giants BROTHER FIRETRIBE are back with album number five. Even though Emppu Vuorinen (g, NIGHTWISH) left, the band around frontman Pekka Ansio Heino is ready to strike. Massive AOR and magnificently well-produced anthems like the recently released single “Rock In The City“ or the extremely melodic “Arianne“ and “Chariot Of Fire“ are Champions League. Their best effort so far and all previous albums have been absolutely superb! Eighties AOR as it should be! Learn More

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