Classic Rock Bottom


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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I don't have any of these albums. But I used to have a pen pal (back in the day when that was a thing) that loved Pink Cream 69.

I would love to hear that A Place Called Rage album though.

Interesting, you mentioned A place called rage. It was the one album I was most interested to hear from this batch of "later" CDs.

Of course, I purchased it because of Al Pitrelli's involvement. I also remember giving the CD a quick spin when I bought it, just to get an idea of what it is about, and... I was a bit disappointed. Now mind you, mostly because I expected shred, perhaps even half of the material to be instrumental music, but that is far from what this project offers.

I was curious to see how did time impacted my feelings, and I can say that I really... enjoyed it this time. Went in with a different mindset and expectations, and this album delivered a great Classic Rock sound. Nice tasty guitar solos, nothing flashy rather emotional and crisp. You should give it a chance. I think you'd like it.

Weather Report--Mysterious Traveller
Kiss--Music From "The Elder"
Return To Forever Featuring Chick Correa--No Mystery
King's X--Please Come Home...Mr. Bulbous
Eloy--The Vision, The Sword And The Pyre (Part II)
Blue Oyster Cult--Extraterrestrial Live
Sweet--Waters Edge
Uriah Heep--Abominog
King Crimson--In The Wake Of Poseidon
Jethro Tull--50 For 50: Celebrating Jethro Tull's 50th Anniversary
Buffalo Springfield--Buffalo Springfield Again
Bad Company--Here Comes Trouble
Ted Nugent--Penetrator
Focus--Hamburger Concerto
Alice Cooper--DaDa
Chicago--The Very Best Of: Only The Beginning
Anthrax--The Greater Of Two Evils
Billy Cobham--A Funky Thide Of Sings
Jean-Luc Ponty--Imaginary Voyage
Styx--Pieces Of Eight
Tangerine Dream--Zeit
Arjen Anthony Lucassen's Star One--Victims Of The Modern Age
Extreme--The Best of Extreme: An Accidental Collocation Of Atoms?


I have the Bad Company album and like it.

I'll need to get Music from "The Elder" if I'm to complete the Kiss catalog acquisition.

Might think about getting the Styx album at some point.

Elder is Jon’s favorite.

It;s the best Kiss album.


Ian Hunter - Shrunken Heads

Robin Trower - Twice Removed From Yesterday/Bridge Of Sighs

George Thorogoood and the Destroyers - Ride ‘Til I Die

Paul Stanley - Paul Stanley

Journey - Departure 

Pat Benatar - Tropico

Alice Cooper - DaDa

Mick Jagger - Primitive Cool

Billy Thorpe - Children Of The Sun...Revisited 

Supertramp- Classics Volume 9

10 (745)

This week's music for me:

Beth Hart - My California

Beth Hart - Better Than Home

The Cult - Sonic Temple

Kiss - Sonic Boom

Kiss - Hotter Than Hell

Crashdiet - Rust

Helloween - United Alive in Madrid

Simon Kirke - All Because of You

Leather - II

Iced Earth - Alive in Athens

1241. Power Of Omens ‎– Eyes Of The Oracle ℗1998 (0)
1242. Powers Court ‎– S/T ℗1996 (0)
1243. Power Symphony ‎– Lightbringer ℗2000 (5)
1244. Praying Mantis ‎– Time Tells No Lies ℗1981/©1996 (14)
1245. Praying Mantis ‎– Predator In Disguise ℗1991 (4)
1246. Praying Mantis ‎– A Cry For The New World ℗1993 (16)
1247. Praying Mantis ‎– To The Power Of Ten ℗1995/©1996 (2)
1248. Praying Mantis ‎– Forever In Time ℗1998/©2000 (2)
1249. Praying Mantis ‎– Nowhere To Hide ℗2000 (4)
1250. Precious ‎– To Glory We Steer ℗1990 (0)
1251. Precious ‎– Singles Collection ℗1991 (0)
1252. Pretty Boy Floyd ‎– Leather Boyz With Electric Toyz ℗1989/©1995 (11)
1253. Pretty Maids ‎– Red, Hot And Heavy ℗1984/©? (20)
1254. Pretty Maids ‎– Anything Worth Doing Is Worth Overdoing ℗1999 (2)
1255. Pretty Maids ‎– First Cuts ...And Then Some ℗2000 (9)
1256. Primary Source ‎– Demonstration (EP-CD) ℗1995 (0)
1257. Prime Time ‎– The Unknown ℗1997/©1998 (2)
1258. Prime Time ‎– The Miracle ℗1998/©1999 (13)
1259. Prime Time ‎– Free The Dream ℗2001 (4)
1260. Princess Pang ‎– S/T ℗1989 (8)

($1553.79 - $2135.88)

I did a Cassette Chronicles article on the Princess Pang album.

I know.

Finally, I got around to listen to it.

Soft Machine--Fifth
Uriah Heep--Head First
Focus--Mother Focus
Triumph--Thunder Seven
Return To Forever Featuring Chick Corea--Hymn Of The Seventh Galaxy
The Doobie Brothers--Doobies' Choice
Buffalo Springfield--Last Time Around
The Police--Ghost In The Machine
Metallica--Ride The Lightning
Ozzy Osbourne--The Essential Ozzy Osbourne



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