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Work of Art – Exhibits Review

I was very much anticipating the new Work of Art Exhibits. I’ve always enjoyed their distinct brand of AOR, despite being softer than some of their competitors. Probably the lesser-known band of the W.E.T super group conglomerate, they could easily move into a more obvious position with their latest offering. The new album is one that I have found myself listening to more than some of the other releases of 2019. It is fantastic.

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Beyond Imagination – Beyond Imagination Review

they also show their diversity when they come up with the calm jazzy Love of my youth, a beautiful very laid-back song. From start to finish, this CD offers incredible high quality music and I think by now the fans of mentioned acts will be thrilled to check out this sensational band a.s.a.p. You will not be disappointed, trust me!

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Toby Hitchcock – Reckoning Review

Released by: Frontiers Records Release Date: January 25th, 2019 Genre: Melodic Rock Links: Facebook Line Up: Toby Hitchcock: VocalsDaniel Flores: All Keyboards and DrumsMichael Palace: Guitars and BassYngve “Vinnie” Strömberg: Drums and Percussion Tracklist: 1.No Surrender2.Promise Me3.Show Me How To Live4.Behind The Lies5.Fighting For My Life6.Serenity7.Queen Untouchable8.Gift Of Flight9.Don’t Leave10.This Is Our World11.Someone Like You […]

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Creye – Creye Review

How I ever doubted this album’s greatness, I’ll never know. I’ve said it before: sometimes an album catches you at the wrong time.

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Roxanne Radio Silence Review

Released by: Rat Pak Records Release Date: Out now! Genre: Album Oriented Rock Links: https://ratpakrecordsamerica.com/roxanne Line Up: Jamie Brown: vocals, guitar, piano Joe Infante: bass, vocals John Butler: guitar, vocals David Landry: drums George Lynch: guitars on “Super Bad” & “Go Fuck Yourself” Dug Pinnick: vocals on “Go Fuck Yourself”, bass on “Man in the Moon” Ray […]

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Creye – Creye Review

I used to be a super optimistic, then I became an adult. And truth be told, after years of getting my hopes up for things only to have them dashed I realized maybe it was better to lower my expectations.

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Groundbreaker – Groundbreaker Review

If this album isn’t at the top or at least in many Top 5 of the year lists I will be shocked. In a year of some standout releases, Groundbreaker with their s/t debut is pulling no punches and hopefully giving the fans of melodic rock not just another one off project..

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3.2 – The Rules Have Changed Review

If you enjoy more melodic, pop-oriented Prog Rock, 3.2’s The Rules Have Changed should fit the bill. Berry took to the task of filling some spots for some legendary figures and came out shining like a star.