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Directions To See a Ghost by The Black Angels

The sultry neo-psychedelic sound of the Black Angels came together in spring 2004. Hailing from Austin, Texas, they initially comprised Stephanie Bailey (drums), Christian Bland (guitar), Alex Maas (vocals), Jennifer Raines (organ), and Nathan Ryan (bass), and took their name from a Velvet Underground classic, “The Black Angel’s Death Song.” The band’s self-titled debut EP was released in late 2005. ...

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Bye Bye Bad Days – Hector

Bye Bye Bad Days Pink Boots & Lipstick 2 (Rare Glam and Bubblegum from the 70s) Hector Genre: Glam Rock Price: $0.99 Release Date: December 31, 1975 © ℗ 1976 IMR Related Videos Mix - Rock1.5 Hours of Rock n' Roll - Rock/Hard Rock PlaylistTop 100 Best Greatest Classic Rock Songs by Great Bands90's Alternative, Pop, Soft Rock 106SHARES Twitter ...

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Citadel by Starcastle

Album Review The group’s third album, reissued on CD by Tennessee-based Renaissance Records in 1999, is another Yes-like affair, Herb Schildt’s keyboards dominating the sound in the best sub-Rick Wakeman manner while Steve Tassler’s drumming holds the band’s sound together. Terry Luttrell can’t quite hit Jon Anderson’s high notes, but coupled with the backup singing by Tassler, bassist Gary Strater, ...

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The Curse (Deluxe Edition) by Atreyu

Customer Reviews finally! i’ve been waiting for you give love a bad name! by Keltik Wolf thank god i am able to purchase this song and not with the album only BS ha 🙂 Not censored! Yay by Shagohod666 Bought the censored one and was pretty bummed out. Thankfully this one isn’t. AT LAST by Crash LP Finally! I’ve been ...

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Scripted by Icon for Hire

Album Review Intense and infectious in equal measure, Icon for Hire brings the Paramore sound to the Tooth & Nail set with Scripted, the Decatur, Illinois group’s debut album. Granted, this three-piece is much more than a Paramore clone with all their wit and wordplay, plus lead singer Ariel, who is a mix of powerful and approachable that might very ...

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Hollywood Forever by L.A. Guns

Customer Reviews Excellent! by JavierDavidson What a rock n’ roll album! Can’tstop listening to it! Their last album Tales From The Strip was amazing and after years of waiting, LA Guns has done it again! Support great bands that deliver the goods! The track Burn is my current favorite but each song just rocks! Straight rock n roll! Love it! ...

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Breathe Again by Spoken

Christian heavy rock band Spoken formed in Nashville, Tennessee in 1996. Initially, the trio of friends — Matt Baird on vocals, Scoop Roberts on guitar, and Isaiah Perez on drums — had a nu-metal sound, which they debuted in 1997 on their first album, On Your Feet (Metro 1 Music). Second LP …What Remains, was similar, but it wasn’t until ...

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15151 (En Directo) by Vetusta Morla

Vetusta Morla were formed in Tres Cantos (Madrid, Spain) in the summer of 1998, and consist of Pucho (vocals), David “El Indio” García (drums), Álvaro B. Baglieto (bass), Jorge González (percussion/programming), and Guillermo Galván and Juan Manuel Latorre (guitars and keyboards). In January of 2000 they recorded their first demo, 13 Horas con Lucy, which won several local awards that ...

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Citadel by Starcastle

Album Review The group’s third album, reissued on CD by Tennessee-based Renaissance Records in 1999, is another Yes-like affair, Herb Schildt’s keyboards dominating the sound in the best sub-Rick Wakeman manner while Steve Tassler’s drumming holds the band’s sound together. Terry Luttrell can’t quite hit Jon Anderson’s high notes, but coupled with the backup singing by Tassler, bassist Gary Strater, ...

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