Album Reviews

Hard Stuff – Bulletproof (Reissue) Review

The album has been given the Angel Air sheen too, with a great punchy sound that is crisp and clear but still has a fair bit of balls, the booklet is informative and features a couple of rare photographs and also a scan from an original review of the album

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Robin George’s LovePower – LovePower And Peace Review

As far as value for money goes, hey you get seventeen songs that feature a ridiculously large amount of talented people, but you can also feel good in knowledge that every cent you pay for this album will go to helping people in need.

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Greenslade Live 1973-1975

This album gathers some very rare live recordings of the band in their early years, and while the lack of a guitar may be a bit of a sticky point, the fact is that GREENSLADE where absolutely on-song during this era and these tracks really are worth hearing for anyone calling themselves a fan of progressive rock music…

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Rococo – The Firestorm And Other Love Stories

once again it’s more a matter of RUSH meets QUEEN via some early day JOURNEY. Certainly a mouth-watering concept, but this is one of those instances where the sound actually does come out as good you think it should…

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Mark Healey – Inside Out

His new album INSIDE OUT was originally released into North America only back in 2009 but has recently been picked up for re-release via Angel Air Records complete with an informative booklet and refreshed artwork. Though the album isn’t bad in any way, I can see why there wasn’t much fanfare about it the first time around…

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Tommy James – A Night In Big City…Plus

As if that wasn’t enough to be worth your money, there are also eight…count ‘em again…eight bonus tracks that have been collected from various B-sides and unreleased demos from between 1974 to 1991. They vary in quality but each is a worthy addition and something that fans will want to delve into for sure…

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Bobby Harrison – Anthology

This two disc set collects a few tunes from each band Harrison had been a part of and a few solo tracks as well. Most of the tunes are pretty typical classic rock fare with a couple of more funky tunes…