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WHAT CLASSIC ROCK (OR JUST PLAIN ROCK) ARE YOU LISTENING TO?

So what are you listening to right now?  Any genre is cool.

 

For me:

 

Scott's Hidden Treasure

Depeche Mode - Wrong (courtesy of Niels)

Kim Mitchell - Akimbo Alogo (courtesy of Jon)

Next week's Album of the Week (hint: think orchestra)

Shinedown - The Sound of Madness

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487. Dwight Yoakam - Under The Covers

488. John Mellencamp and Me’shell Ndegeocello - Wild Night

489. Greta Van Fleet - From The Fires

490. Frehley’s Comet - Live + 1

491. Burton Cummings - My Own Way To Rock

492. Dennis DeYoung and the Music of Styx - Live In Los Angeles

493. U2 - No Line On The Horizon

494. Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother 

495. Hydra - Rock The World

496. Iron Maiden - The Number If The Beast 

497. Harlot - Room With A View

498. Supertramp - Breakfast In America 

499. The Wallflowers - Rebel, Sweetheart 

500. Neil Diamond - The Jazz Singer 

501. The Doobie Brothers - Brotherhood 

502. Doors - L.A. Woman

503. Blackfoot - Strikes

504. Pablo Cruise - A Place In The Sun

505. Keel - Keel

506. Hanoi Rocks - Two Steps From The Move

I've got the Iron Maiden album of course.

I have the Keel album and did a Cassette Chronicles article on it. I want to upgrade to a CD at some point.

And by virtue of having my mother's music collection after she passed I have that Neil Diamond album.

I might've had that album from The Doors on cassette at one point but I don't think I have it anymore.

My new playlist:

Savatage - Live Devastation

House of Lords - New World - New Eyes

Whitesnake - The Definitive Collection

Lizzy Borden - Best Of

Jaugernaut (A.D.) - Contra-Mantra

Orange Sky - Upstairs

Liz Phair - Somebody's Miracle

Twisted Sister - Come Out and Play

Dee Snider - Never Let The Bastards Wear You Down

Dee Snider - For The Love of Metal Live!

Dark Illusion - Beyond The Shadows

Scarred - Shadow of Conspiracy

Avalon - S/T

Ambition - S/T

Helloween - The Dark Ride

Dio - Holy Diver

Many HARD&HEAVY make AOR light.
1943. Xteria ‎– Outshine ©2000 (13)
1944. =Y= ‎– Rawchild ©1992 (1)
1945. Y & T ‎– Black Tiger ℗1982/©1995 (20)
1946. Yale Bate ‎– Business Or Pleasure ©1990 (0)
1947. Yeah Right – New Era ©1998 (0)
1948. Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force ‎– Marching Out ℗1985 (23)
1949. Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force ‎– War To End All Wars ©2000 (8)
1950. Yngwie Malmsteen's Rising Force ‎– Unleash The Fury ©2005 (8)
1951. Yngwie Malmsteen's Rising Force ‎– Perpetual Flame ©2008 (13)
1952. Yosh ‎– Metaphors ℗1995/©1996 (4)
1953. Young, James ‎– Out On A Day Pass ℗1988/©1993 (4)
1954. Z ‎– Shampoohorn ©1993 (9)
1955. Z ‎– Music For Pets ©1996 (10)
1956. Zanister ‎– Symphonica Millennia ©1999 (8)
1957. Zanister ‎– Fear No Man ©2001 (1)
1958. Zappa, Dweezil ‎– Havin' A Bad Day ℗1986/©1987 (10)
1959. Zappa, Dweezil ‎– My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama... ℗1988 (6)
1960. Zappa, Dweezil ‎– Stayin' Alive (EP-CD) ©1991 (1)
1961. Zar ‎– Live Your Life Forever ©1990 (4)
1962. Zar ‎– From Welcome...To Goodbye ©1993 (2)
1963. Zar ‎– The Holy Rhythm Of Nature ©1995 (2)

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During the time I was out of work because of the pandemic, I saw the letter Dave Meniketti's wife wrote about how musicians were getting no help from the various sources everyone else did. I went to the Y&T website and did my admittedly small part and ordered a copy of that Black Tiger album.

I have the Malmsteen albums Marching Out, War To End All Wars and Unleash The Fury.

A bit surprised you have those Malmsteens. Don't think I saw you review any of them.

I didn't do official reviews of the albums when they came out and I haven't listened to them in a while so I can't do them as those brief reviews I do in that thread I started.

Dire Straits—Making Movies
Avantasia—Ghostlights
Oceans Of Slumber—Winter
Kenny Loggins—High Adventures
Various—Outside Providence: Music From The Motion Picture
Sparks—Introducing Sparks
Pat Benatar—Greatest Hits
Queen—Deep Cuts 3 (1984-1995)
UFO—You Are Here
Asia—Aqua
Steve Hackett—Wolflight
Steve Lukather—All's Well That Ends Well
ABC—All Of My Heart: The Collection
10cc—Look Hear?
Oingo Boingo—Boi-Ngo
Spock's Beard—The Oblivion Particle
Kiss—Creatures Of The Night
Berlin—Best Of Berlin 1979-1988
Zebra—In Black And White: The Best Of Zebra
MDFMK--MDFMK
Iron Maiden—Killers
Rush—Permanent Waves
Tygers Of Pan Tang—Spellbound
Raven—Life's A Bitch
Various—Stranger Things: Music From The Netflix Original Series
King's X—Out Of The Silent Planet
AC/DC—Let There Be Rock
Megadeth—United Abominations
Rose Tattoo—Blood Brothers
Accept—Balls To The Wall
Van Halen—Women And Children First
Alcatrazz—Disturbing The Peace
Mr. Mister—Playlist: The Very Best Of Mr. Mister
The Clash—The Singles

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I have a Pat Benatar greatest hits release but I don't know if it is the same one as you. 

I have the Kiss, Van Halen, Iron Maiden and Accept albums. My copy of Balls To The Wall was signed at a meet and greet by Udo Dirkschneider a couple years ago.

507. Jack Russell’s Great White - He Saw It Comin’

508. Creedence Clearwater Revival - Bayou Country

509. Joe Bonamassa - Dust Bowl

510. Walter Egan - Not Shy

511. Hal Ketchum - Past The Point Of Rescue

512. Al Stewart - A Beach Full Of Shells

513. Steely Dan - Countdown To Ecstasy 

514. Waylon Jennings - Too Dunn For New York City, Too Ugly For L.A.

515. Paul Davis - Ride ‘em Cowboy

516. Janis Joplin - Pearl

517. Harry Chapin - Heads & Tales

518. Loggins & Messina - Full Sail

519. Little River Band - Greatest Hits

520. Dire Straits - Brothers In Arms

521. Vern Gosdin - Alone

522. The Monkees - Headquarters

523. Survivor - When Seconds Count

I have that Jack Russell's Great White album as well as the Survivor and Dire Straits albums.

My playlist:

I watched a newly acquired DVD of the Metal Church Dynamo 1991 release.

And then there was:

RIP FRANKIE BANALI

Quiet Riot - Metal Health

W.A.S.P. - The Headless Children 

And then came:

Savatage - The Dungeons Are Calling

Cactus - V

Hartmann - Home

Iron Maiden - The Essential Iron Maiden

Iron Maiden - Somewhere In Time

Peal - Beautiful Baby Elephant

Sabaton - Heroes

Sabaton - The Last Stand

CJSS - World Gone Mad

Desperado - Ace

Michael Kiske - Instant Clarity

Journey - Frontiers

American Heartbreak - S/T

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