Twisted Sister – Double Live DVD Review

A culmination of many years in the making and 2 contrasting show in its core, from the remnants beginning of the end of the club scene for the guys from Long Island, to a reunion which sparked a comeback for long time fans of the band, here in this double live shot of Twister maniacs you will find plenty to synch your ears to

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Bad Company – Live At Wembley DVD Review

this tour was more of a warm up for the band and perhaps leading up to bigger things, maybe a new album? Who knows if that’s in the cards, as far as this night goes everything goes according to plan and is always good to have some Good Company along again to balance out the Bad Company in all of us.

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Heart – Night At Sky Church DVD Review

they have forever planted themselves in the classic rock Americana ground of best acts of all time. Go to a karaoke bar and you are bound to find some classic Heart hits to sing along with, you pop a local classic rock station and you hear “Barracuda” or “Crazy On You” played countless amount of times.

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Rory Gallagher – Irish Tour ’74 DVD Review

The blue collar style of the band in general added eve more synchronicity on stage and that also dug well with the fan base. You’ll notice that they all share the same backstage rooms and don’t have fancy assistants or are inducing themselves in any psychedelic drugs. A bottle of Guinness and some instrument adjustment is what the band mettle’s with before hitting the limelight.

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Marillion – Live From Cadogan Hall DVD Review

I admire the way Hogarth explains the meanings behind some of the songs and why they we’re written, it adds a nice prelude to when the band’s actually starts playing them in this constitute. It takes a mature band and experience one at that to ease their way through some of their long list of catalog material and add new meaning to each song when presented in this abstract format.

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Accept – Metal Blast From The Past DVD Review

The seven videos being fair in quality and on the early “I’m A Rebel” video you have a very young Udo not featured in army attire yet, and looking very young maybe in his teens. One cool feature is the complete set of lyrics behind each album discography of the band, plus your customary behind the scene.

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