Posts in category Album Reviews


Lita Ford, ‘Living Like A Runaway’ – Album Review

March 18, 2013
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Lita herself compared ‘Living Like A Runaway’ to Floyd’s masterpiece ‘Dark Side of the Moon’; which at first seemed like an outrageous comparison, including to this listener. However as you listen to the album, you can actually hear the similarities. ‘Living Like A Runaway’ takes the listener on a journey through Lita’s eyes, as she endures the emotions and battles that went along with her recent ugly divorce from Nitro singer, Jim Gillette.


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Triumph, ‘Live at the Sweden Rock Festival’ – CD/DVD Review

March 18, 2013
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For many years, longtime fans of Triumph have been willing to “Lay It On the Line” for a chance to have the full original lineup come back together after their 20 year long hiatus, and bring their signature “Magic Power” back to the stage. All puns aside, this wish was finally granted when on June 7th, 2008, Triumph made their powerful comeback at the Sweden Rock Festival in front of thousands of fans.


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Accept, ‘Stalingrad’ – Album Review

March 18, 2013
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Stalingrad shows Accept picking up immediately where they left off with ‘Blood of the Nations’. Those heavy guitar flourishes and high pitched primal screams that both make Accept’s music instantly recognizable take turns showing off throughout ‘Stalingrad’, while military-esque backup vocals attribute to the sinister sound you’ll find drenched throughout the entire album.


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Asia, “XXX” – Album Review

March 18, 2013
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Overall, I believe that ‘XXX’ is another standout album by Asia, which not only shows the band maintaining their classic 80’s progressive rock sound, but after 30 years starting to musically advance and evolve into a greater band altogether. I can easily say that there is more than enough material to make this album a great fit to your musical collection, and at the very least deserves a listen to.


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