Here it is, collusion-free as always. It's your weekly dose of albums you've probably heard and albums you probably haven't heard. The AOTW is Bat Out Of Hell II: Back Into Hell from Meat Loaf while the L/F album is the self-titled debut from New Heavenly Blue.
Yes, we love music here at CRB. It means a lot to us. We spend around 5-6 minutes every month determining what music we should present on any given week. So grab yourself a cold beverage and a slice of meatloaf, jam those high dollar earbuds deep into your ears and take a listen. When you're done, let us know how you feel about our featured selections. You could even buy one or both of these albums or another classic album or two, because all of these artists still benefit from your support.
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This weeks album, like many in my Progressive Rock collection comes highly recommended by my friend who eats, breaths and sleeps Progressive Rock. I haven't heard of this band before so I had to rely on the press release found in the liner…Continue
For the 15th album in the series you may or may not be totally enjoying (like I care), it's the 1972 self-titled release from New Heavenly Blue. Looking at the album cover,…Continue
I'm running a little late this year, but it is time to gather the inductees and then vote for the CRB Hall of Fame Class of 2017. The format will be pretty much the same as it has been for the last few years. But in the interest of new members,…Continue