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  1. CRUZH - Tropical Thunder

    CRUZH - Tropical Thunder

    €15.50
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    Swedish AOR sensation from back in 2016 with their sophomore album. There is a new frontman, Alex Waghorn, who used to sing in REACH and he is doing one hell of a job. The Scandinavians offer a ballad by the name of “Cady“ that would have been a major hit in the golden age of MTV for sure. And then there is the mighty “We Go Together“. A flawless album which perfectly meets the requirements of those who love AOR/melodic rock in the vein of H.E.A.T. or CREYE for example. Learn More
  2. DALLAS, JOHN - Love & Glory

    DALLAS, JOHN - Love & Glory

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    Goodtime rock from Italy with a certain glam factor. JOHN DALLAS (ex AFTER LIFE, ex RED BURN) with his second ever solo effort. Songs mostly in the vein of BON JOVI, DANGER DANGER, H.E.A.T. and VAN HALEN. Many strong tracks that will make you smile. Great to have acts these days who actually care nothing at all about current trends. Let alone the KISS-influenced “Dancing All Night“ shine. Learn More
  3. DIRTY WHITE BOY - Bad Reputation +1 (digitally remastered)

    DIRTY WHITE BOY - Bad Reputation +1 (digitally remastered)

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    Sadly Dirty White Boy only ever did this one album (1990) but boy is it a corker! Formed around ex-Guffria vocalist David Glenn Eisley and former David Bowie guitarist Earl Slick they rocked big time with plenty of slide guitar courtesy of Earl Slick. Eisley’s vocals are suitably gruff for this lean and dirty rock ‘n’ roll – ‘Lazy Crazy’ being a prime example. ‘Let’s Spend Momma’s Money’ is a real rock ‘n’ roll stomper with a nice honky-tonk piano riff going on in the background. They came out just as hair / glam metal was peaking and bands like Guns ‘N’ Roses were the big thing in rock music, the perfect market for this album. Perfert fodder if you're into Tesla, Company Of Wolves or Cinderella. Bad Reputation re-issue, digitally remastered. Learn More
  4. ECLIPSE - Wired

    ECLIPSE - Wired

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    Swedish outfit ECLIPSE around mastermind Erik Mårtensson offers a very unique sound. That is both because of his voice and the typical songwriting style. “Wired“ is slightly harder and rougher but all within well-known limits. The constantly growing fanbase of the band exactly gets what they expect. All tracks would easily fit the live set of the Swedes which is an absolute proof of quality. Just check out „Dying Breed“ or “Bite The Bullet“. Learn More
  5. EDGE OF PARADISE - The Unknown

    EDGE OF PARADISE - The Unknown

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    Album number four of the American band. Female fronter Margarita Monet and her guys put out their strongest effort to date. Mighty, partly symphonic metal with lots of contemporary sound elements. Mix by Jacob Hansen (e.g. VOLBEAT). Not suitable for people digging traditional rock/metal but pretty exciting for the most part. Only the “Industrial Remix“ of the track “My Method Your Madness“ is absolutely unnecessary. Learn More
  6. EDGE OF THE BLADE - Distant Shores

    EDGE OF THE BLADE - Distant Shores

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    EDGE OF THE BLADE around frontmann John Francis (AFTER HOURS) totally delivers here. “Distant Shores“ is British melodic rock with a certain amount of hard rock of the finest sort (“Feel The Fire“ or “Wait Forever") which means great songwriting and a powerful production which lets the songs breathe and which is almost reminiscent of a decent classic live sound. But also classic AOR in the vein of the masters of JOURNEY or STARSHIP can be found on this third record of the band (“Love Me Again“). Alan Kelly (ex SHY) on drums. “Distant Shores“ is pretty suitable also for fans of HEAVY PETTIN’, THUNDER or TRISHULA. Learn More
  7. EDWARDS, MARK - Land Of The Living + bonus CD (deluxe edition, digitally remastered)

    EDWARDS, MARK - Land Of The Living + bonus CD (deluxe edition, digitally remastered)

    €17.50
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    Following the split of the band "The Runners", Australian singer and songwriter Mark Edwards signed with WEA Records and released one album in 1986 entitled "Land Of The Living". Mark Edwards spent two years writing, performing, and producing "Land Of The Living" with collaborator Michael Hegerty. The result was a a collection of fine poppy AOR songs showcased well by a production that is clean and polished. The album itself was subject to a very limited CD run in the late 80s, pressed before the use of barcodes and long since designated a true Australian rarity. Overall a nice collection of classic 80s singer / songwriter AOR next to Daryl Braithwaite. Digitally remastered incl. 11 bonus tracks, limited to 1000 copies. Learn More
  8. GOALBY, PETER - Easy With The Heartaches (digitally remastered, digi pack)

    GOALBY, PETER - Easy With The Heartaches (digitally remastered, digi pack)

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    English singer Peter Goalby had a long and successful career throughout the ’70s and ’80s as singer for Trapeze and by joyning Uriah Heep as their lead singer on "Abominog" (1982), "Head First" (1983) and "Equator" (1985). Following his departure from Heep, Goalby released a solo single, guested on a few recordings and recorded a bunch of classic demo tracks for a possible solo album during the end of the 80s. This demo tracks (18 songs in total) became absolute cult classics at the AOR crowd and 11 of them will finally get released (personally overseen by Peter Goalby). This is indeed a real pleasure, cause we're talking about high class 80s AOR stuff in the vein of Uriah Heep's "Equator" album. BUY IT PRONTO ! Learn More
  9. HEART LINE - Back In The Game

    HEART LINE - Back In The Game

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    “Back In The Game“ is like a trip into the glorious eighties which becomes clear right away when you look at the artwork alone. It’s a project by the French producer and guitarist Yvan Guillevic (g, YGAS, UNITED GUITARS). Lots of keyboards and style wise absolutely eighties which is underlined by the beautiful Stan W. Decker artwork. But foremost songs like “One Night In Paradise“ or “I’m In Heaven“ are like a travel in time to an era when FOREIGNER, GIANT or WINGER were at their absolute peek. Only Emmanuel Creis (v) does not fully convince at times. Learn More
  10. HOUSTON - IV

    HOUSTON - IV

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    AOR as AOR has to be. Swedish band with frontman Hank Erix are the incarnation of the genre. Keyboards as far as the ear can hear, sophisticated songwriting and a sheer unbelievable sense for hooklines. Not much rock going on here but that’s not needed foremost for songs like the SURVIVOR-like “Heart Of A Warrior“ or the extremely catchy “Lifetime In A Moment“. They are are simply great tunes. The Swedes should definitely make original records more often than putting out regular cover albums. Learn More

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