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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439. Europe -Walk The Earth

440. Arcade - A/2

441. Arcadia - So Red The Rose

442. The Gaslight Anthem - American Slang

443. The Outfield - Diamond Days

444. Storyville - Bluest Eyes

445. Cinderella - Heartbreak Station

446. Megadeth - Countdown To Extinction 

447. John Norum - Face It Live ‘97

448. Dennis DeYoung - One Hundred Years From Now

449. Kansas - The Absence Of Presence 

450. Foo Fighters - Concrete And Gold

451. Volbeat - Beyond Hell/Above Heaven 

452. Lynyrd Skynyrd - One More For The Fans

453. Warren Zevon - The Envoy

454. Scorpions - Love At First Sting 50th Anniversary Edition

455. Europe - The Final Countdown 30th Anniversary Show: Live At The Roundhouse

456. Neal Morse - One Special Edition

457. Brandi Carlile - Bear Creek

Heartbreak Station is my favorite Cinderella album.

And you know how much I love Warren Zevon's music.

By the way, Rock Candy Records just released 3 John Norum studio album reissues.

My latest playlist:

Various Artists - Boys on the Side Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Judas Priest - Angel of Retribution

Trouble Tribe - Trouble Tribe

Zevon - Wanted Dead or Alive

Warren Zevon - Warren Zevon

Greg Edmonson - Firefly TV Series Original Soundtrack

Carolyn Dawn Johnson - Room With A View

Huey Lewis & The News - Time Flies - The Best of Huey Lewis & The News

Warrant - The Best Of Warrant

Led Zeppelin - II

Led Zeppelin - III

Led Zeppelin - IV

.38 Special - The Very Best of the A&M Years (1977 - 1988)

Dee Snider - For The Love Of Metal Live! 

Never look a gift AOR in its HARD&HEAVY.
1881. Warriors ‎– S/T ℗1984/©? (7)
1882. W.A.S.P. ‎– S/T ℗1984/©1997 (16)
1883. W.A.S.P. ‎– The Last Command ℗1985/©1987 (10)
1884. W.A.S.P. ‎– The Headless Children ℗1989/©1998 (14)
1885. W.A.S.P. ‎– The Crimson Idol (2CD) ℗1992/©1998 (19)
1886. W.A.S.P. ‎– Babylon ©2009 (13)
1887. Watch Tower ‎– Energetic Disassembly (Ltd. Ed.) ℗1985/©1993 (0)
1888. Watchtower ‎– Control And Resistance ℗1989 (3)
1889. Watson, Jeff ‎– Around The Sun ©1993 (5)
1890. Waysted ‎– Vices ℗1983/©1998 (1)
1891. Waysted ‎– The Good The Bad The Waysted ©1995 (0)
1892. Weinhold, Jutta ‎– To Be Or Not... ©1994 (0)
1893. Wellington ‎– Szabadon (Free) ©1996 (0)
1894. Wellington ‎– Végtelen Dal (Neverending Song) ©1997 (0)
1895. West, John ‎– Mind Journey ©1997 (19)
1896. West, John ‎– Permanent Mark ©1998 (16)
1897. West, John ‎– Earth Maker ©2003 (10)
1898. Westworld ‎– S/T ©1998 (1)
1899. Whitecross ‎– High Gear ©1992 (10)
1900. White Heart ‎– Tales Of Wonder ©1992 (35)

($1852.36 - $2749.55)

I have all those W.A.S.P. albums except Babylon. I love them all. 

Is that Jeff Watson, the guitar player from Night Ranger? If so, I don't think I ever knew that he had a solo album.

Yes, that's him.

He put out 2 solo CDs.
1. Lone Ranger 1992 (Shrapnel Records) Instrumental release with notable guests: Brad Gillis, Sammy Hagar, Allan Holdsworth, Bob Daisley, Carmine Appice, Randy Coven, and Steve Morse among others.

2. Around The Sun 1993. A solo album with vocals (his and Steve Walsh's) + guest musicians. It was first released in Japan (the one I have), but later in 1999 it was released in US and Italy via (Frontiers Records) with 4 Bonus tracks not on Japan CD. All 3 versions have different cover art.

Good stuff.

Thanks for the info. I'd be more interested in the Around The Sun release myself. I guess I'll have to add it to my list.

I'm not surprised you're leaning towards the Sun, and might even enjoy it more than I do since its vibe is more of a singer-songwriter type of an album than a typical guitar slingers affair. (Not that it doesn't have some great guitars on it).

Myself, I favor Lone Ranger for it is a helluva rocking album. One of the fine examples what an all Instrumental release should sound like.

Honeymoon Suite—The Big Prize
Fleetwood Mac—Mirage
Red Rider—Neruda
Queen—A Day At The Races
Jethro Tull—Thick As A Brick
Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson—TAAB2
Hanoi Rocks—Up Around The Bend...The Definitive Collection
Various—St. Elmo's Fire: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Black Sabbath—Master Of Reality
Haken—The Mountain
Heart—Jupiters Darling
WAR—Icon 2: The Hits & More
10cc—How Dare You!
Alcatrazz—Born Innocent
John Sykes—Nuclear Cowboy
John Denver—Definitive All-Time Greatest Hits
Bad Company—Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy: The Very Best Of Bad Company


That Honeymoon Suite album is one of my favorites.

I have the Black Sabbath and Heart albums.

That Alcatrazz album is that the new one they just put out or an older album?

New one.

My latest playlist:

Dee Snider - For The Love Of Metal Live

Melissa Etheridge - Skin

The Allman Brothers Band - 20th Century Masters: The Best of The Allman Brothers Band - The Millennium Collection

AC/DC - Highway To Hell

AC/DC - Back In Black

Fleetwood Mac - Rumours

REO Speedwagon - Hi Infidelity

W.A.S.P. - The Last Command

Warren Zevon - Excitable Boy

Warren Zevon - Bad Luck Streak In Dancing School

Helloween - Master of the Rings

Fates Warning - The Spectre Within

Rory Gallagher - Live at Montreux

Terri Clark - Greatest Hits 1994 - 2004

Claudia Christian - ...once upon a time...

(And for some reason, I forgot that I had the Claudia Christian CD signed when I met her at a convention.


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