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Twisted Sister Live “Metal Meltdown” DVD Review

Genre: Metal, Rock Released by: Rock Fuel Media in association with Loud & Proud Records Release date: August 16 2016 Tracklist: 01. What You Don’t Know 02. The Kids Are Back 03. Stay Hungry 04. The Beast 05. Shoot ‘Em Down 06. You Can’t Stop Rock ‘N’ Roll 07. I Believe In Rock ‘N’ Roll 08. Under […]

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STEVE HACKETT – THE TOTAL EXPERIENCE LIVE IN LIVERPOOL CD & DVD review

Genre: PROGRESSIVE ROCK Released by: Century Media/Inside Out Release date: 24th June 2016 Line up: Steve Hackett – Guitar, Vocals Roger King – Keyboards Nad Sylvan – Vocals, Tambourine Gary O’Toole – Drums, Percussion, Vocals Rob Townsend – Saxophone, Woodwind, Percussion, Vocals, Keyboards, Bass Pedals Roine Stolt – Bass, Variax, Twelve String, Vocals, Guitar   […]

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Judas Priest – Battle Cry Blue Ray Live Review

Take notice if you are and up and coming metal band, don’t forget the past, cause when bands like Priest are all but extinct, they still will be remembered what the influences they left behind and the diamonds of songs they delivered record in and record out.

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Pagan’s Mind – Full Circle Live At Center Stage Review

I don’t watch as many music DVD’s as I probably should, or as much as people would think as big a music/live music freak I am. I have nothing against them, I’ve just never found them to capture the true essence and spirit of being in that crowd, sweating, laughing, singing along, feeling the music pour through your body, connecting each individual sonically for the length of that show.

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SCORPIONS – Forever And A Day DVD Review

It’s been quite a while since my latest DVD review, so I thought it would be cool to do another one. Yesterday I watched the documentary “Forever And A Day”. It documents the farewell tour of Germany’s biggest Hard Rock export, Scorpions. The movie was released in some cinemas in conjunction with the release of the new album “Return To Forever”. I will discuss whether or not this was a smart move in this review.