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  1. LOVE IN CHAINS - Everyday Heroes

    LOVE IN CHAINS - Everyday Heroes

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    ”Everyday Heroes” is the debut album from melodic hard rockers LOVE IN CHAINS, a new band formed by experienced guitar player Mike Floros (SteelCity, Wildcat) and lead singer Rob Kane from Apocalyptic Lovers. If you’re into the ’80s Hard Rock scene, this album will definitely be right up your alley. Influenced by bands like KISS, Europe, Dokken, Y&T, and Stryper, their music is an unapologetic throwback to a time when heavy guitar riffs, bombastic drums, soaring vocals, and heavenly harmonies dominated the airwaves. It is chock full of hard driving melodic hard rock that will have you recalling the glory of the past while being firmly fixed in the here and now. This is just prime quality rock and roll. Learn More
  2. MICHAL BORMANN’S JADED HEART - Power To Win

    MICHAL BORMANN’S JADED HEART - Power To Win

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    When your former band makes totally different music after your own departure it’s pretty natural that you sooner or later go back to well-known territory. That's what German singer Michael Bormann from Duisburg did. For the second time he puts out an album very reminiscent of what JADED HEART used to do back in the day and could have been out right after e.g. “Inside Out“ (1994). And one of the best German hard rock vocalists, if not THE best, is Mister Bormann anyway. Learn More
  3. MISERY - Misery Loves Company (digitally remastered)

    MISERY - Misery Loves Company (digitally remastered)

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    It all started in mid-1989 when singer & guitarist Greg Gilley was trying to get his project off the ground and reached out to guitarist Joe Villarreal who was fresh out of playing in the Houston band, The Jaxx. Joe brought in drummer Kevin Coffey from the band Project X, and the nucleus of MISERY was formed. The band recorded their first independent cassette only release in 1991, “Misery Loves Company,” with no outside producers or engineers. The album featured ten tracks, offering a nice slab of classic US hair metal influenced by Dokken, Ratt and early Van Halen. First time ever on CD through Eonian Records, digitally remastered. Learn More
  4. MITCHELL, TONY - Hot Endless Summer Nights

    MITCHELL, TONY - Hot Endless Summer Nights

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    TONY MITCHELL is probably known best through his role as frontman of the 90s classic rock outfit KISS OF THE GYPSY but nowadays he regularly puts out very interesting solo albums, too. The follow-up to the early 2020 and highly praised album “Church Of A Restless Soul“ can even add surprising elements. On songs like “Caught In The Headlights“ or “Neon Sky“ as well as on the title track the British singer offers a certain classic eighties flavor foremost. The songs also showcase an American approach in the sound, too. Absolute highlight is the amazingly powerful and simply authentic “Blame It On The Rock N Roll“. Well done, Mr. Mitchell! Learn More
  5. MORATTI, ROB - Epical

    MORATTI, ROB - Epical

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    Former SAGA and FINAL FRONTIER frontman Rob Moratti with his fifth solo effort. MORATTI, as usual, offers extremely melodic songs. Outstanding players like e.g. Tony Franklin (b, BLUE MURDER) or Joel Hoekstra (g, WHITESNAKE) as well as lots of songs penned by AOR experts Ulrick Lönnqvest (CODE RED) oder Fredrik Bergh (STREET TALK) and the fascinating voice itself make “Epical“ an absolute recommendation for lovers of the melodic genre. Check out “Valerie“ and “For The Rest Of My Life“. Great album! Learn More
  6. MORATTI, ROB - Paragon

    MORATTI, ROB - Paragon

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    Canadian singer ROB MORATTI (ex SAGA) is pretty busy. His incredible voice shines on the new album just like it did on the last one called “Renaissance“ (2019). “Paragon“ - believe it or not - is even more melodic and nothing but a fascinating piece of melodic rock. He is once again backed by illustrious international musicians, like Joel Hoekstra, (g, NIGHT RANGER), Tony Franklin (b), BLUE MURDER), Torben Enevoldsen (g, SECTION A, FATE) or even Ian Crichton (g, Saga). Furthermore, a pristine but powerful production highlights melodic gems like “I’m Falling“, “Rise Above“ or “Where Do We Go From Here“. His obvious passion for JOURNEY can be found in many places here. What a great album! Wow! Learn More
  7. OSUKARU - Starbound

    OSUKARU - Starbound

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    AOR and melodic rock from Sweden at its best, even if album number six sounds a bit rougher or harder in comparison to the first five efforts. Given the genre, there are quite versatile arrangements and surprise here and there. And frontman Fredrik Werner sounds pretty rough at times which is a cool counterpart to the partly sugar sweet compositions. Definitely check out the mid tempo monster “Somewhere Sometime Somehow“ with a guest appearance by Mark Holden (sax, BOULEVARD) or the fascinating “Joker (In The House Of Cards)“. No fillers whatsoever and production is first class! A really cool record! OSUKARU definitely plays the same league as fellow Swedes TREAT, H.E.A.T. or ART NATION by now. Learn More
  8. PERTICONE - Underdog

    PERTICONE - Underdog

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    PERTICONE that’s the Argentinian singer and musician Martin Perticone. „Underdog“ is his debut album although he has been playing and recording with various artists from Latin America for many years. Melodic Rock from Argentina incl. Eric Martin (MR. BIG) as guest singer. Learn More
  9. PRETTY MAIDS - Sin Decade (JAP CD, digitally remastered)

    PRETTY MAIDS - Sin Decade (JAP CD, digitally remastered)

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    The fourth full studio release from the mighty Danish hard rockers, which saw Flemming Rasmussen (Metallica) in charge of the production (as the band wanted a much rawer sound compared to the previous "Jump The Gun" album). After the relative commercial failure of the band's previous album, "Jump the Gun" (1990), bass player Allan Delong, keyboard player Alan Owen and drummer Phil More left the group by late 1990, leaving only singer Ronnie Atkins and guitarist Ken Hammer. Just the title track really stands out and it seems that Atkins/Hammer really struggled like so many other bands during this time. First time ever digitally remastered with the awesome Blu-spec proceedings (compatible with every standard CD player). Learn More
  10. RABBIT - Too Much Rock'n'Roll +2 (digitally remastered)

    RABBIT - Too Much Rock'n'Roll +2 (digitally remastered)

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    Australia's Rabbit began its life as a power trio in 1973, based out of Newcastle. That union only lasted months before Dave Evans climbed aboard as the new frontman. Evans, newly ousted from a fledgling AC/DC, was a flashier entertainer. Having recently relocated to Sydney and on the strength of Evan's association with AC/DC, CBS Records signed the band the following year, culminating in their self-titled debut, "Rabbit". The tougher sound proved to be just what the band needed when they entered the studio in 1976 to record and release their 2nd album, "Too Much Rock & Roll", which only cemented their position in the charts and increased the band's visibility. Bad Reputation re-issue, 2 bonus tracks, digitally remastered. Learn More

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