Category Archives: 1990’s

Archon Angel ~ Fallen

  This album, which should make heavy rock fans happy, is a blend of artists that you may have heard of before. Included in this roster is Zak Stevens (vocals), Aldo Lonobile (guitars), Yves Campion (bass), Marco Lazzarini (drums), Antonio … Continue reading

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Artists For Peace And Justice

  This album really exceeded my expectations! Even with some of the songs, in different languages, I happily grooved without knowing what they were singing about. The person who mixed this album, did it so perfectly, that I thought that … Continue reading

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Richie Kotzen ~ 50 For 50

  When Richie Kotzen turned 50 years old, he decided that he wanted to make a 50 song album. He had many songs that were undone (vocals, etc.), on his hard drive & decided he would take some studio time … Continue reading

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Strider ~ Damnation Of Steel

  This is an album by Strider. Back in the day, the music on this album would have surpassed many bands. The vocalist doesn’t do much for me, but, you may like it. The first song, his vocals really didn’t … Continue reading

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The BEST of 2019

  OK. Hopefully, I’ll get them all, but, I’m sure that I’ll miss a few. Here is my list, in no particular order. The Who – The Who, – The first NEW Who album in over a decade. It’s not … Continue reading

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Astral Groove ~ Astral Groove

  For my first review of a 2020 album, I’m glad that it was this one. This album has a classic hard progressive rock feel to it, with some great newer depth that lets you know that it’s a newer … Continue reading

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The Who ~ The Who

  OK, I’ve heard the hype. I love the band, but…this album is not the best Who album since Quadrophenia. That album was a masterpiece with the music being the high point of the Who’s career. “The Who By Numbers” … Continue reading

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