So what are you listening to right now? Any genre is cool.
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
I've got The Police album as well as the ones from Cheap Trick and AC/DC.
I believe I wrote a Cassette Chronicles article about that first Julliet album.
2071. Noveria – Forsaken ℗2016 (6)
It's time to reflect on 2020, with a positive outlook and prepare the TOP 10 List. There was a lot to complain about, that's for sure, but music wasn't one of those things. In fact, there was a lot to admire... if you knew where to look. And if you don't, then look no further than this playlist on Spotify:
AOR/METAL - 3... 2... 1... If Hooks Could Kill...
(57 Songs, 4h 7m) (Will be updated if necessary till Dec 31st)
Next Week: the OTHER playlist.
Lone Justice—Lone Justice
Whitesnake—Slide It In
The Police—Zenyatta Mondatta
Iggy Pop—A Million In Prizes: The Anthology
Frank Zappa And The Mothers Of Invention—One Size Fits All
Lordi—Killection: A Fictional Compilation Album
Rage Against The Machine-- Evil Empire
Al DiMeola/John McLaughlin/Paco de Lucia—Friday Night In San Francisco
Jon Anderson—1000 Hands: Chapter One
Seventh Key—Seventh Key
Men At Work—Contraband: The Best Of Men At Work
Yes—Fly From Here: Return Trip
Various—The Devil's Rejects: Motion Picture Soundtrack
Lou Reed—Lou Reed
Dream Theater—The Astonishing
Van Halen—Van Halen II
Testament—Practice What You Preach
Marilyn Manson—The Pale Emperor
Korn—The Essential Korn
Celtic Frost—Innocence And Wrath
Journey—Greatest Hits 2
I've got that Lone Justice album and love it.
I also have the Whitesnake, Van Halen and Testament albums.
I'd like to add that Saxon album.
692. Toto - IV
693. Rick Springfield - Success Hasn’t Spoiled Me Yet
694. Prince - 1999
695. Joe Jackson - Night And Day
696. Michael Jackson - Thriller
697. Phil Collins - Hello, I Must Be Going!
698. Asia - Asia
699. Duran Duran - Rio
700. John Cougar - American Fool
701. Night Ranger - Dawn Patrol
702. Thin Lizzy - Shades Of A Blue Orphanage
703. Testament - New Order
704. Kyng - Burn The Serum
705. Cage The Gods - Badlands
706. Cheap Trick - The Latest
708. Saga - Worlds Apart
709. Ra - From One
I've got that Toto album (and wrote a Cassette Chronicles article about it recently).
I've also got that Phil Collins album (I love it!). Oh and the John Cougar, Night Ranger, Testament and Cheap Trick releases too.
This week's playlist:
Savatage - Handful of Rain
The Beth Hart Band - Immortal
John Gorka - Between Five And Seven
John Gorka - After Yesterday
Mary Chapin Carpenter - State Of The Heart
Mary Chapin Carpenter - Shooting Straight In The Dark
Mary Chapin Carpenter - Come On Come On
Steelcity - Fortress
Lords Of Black - Alchemy Of Souls Part I
Chastain - For Those Who Dare (30th Anniversary Edition)
Armored Saint - Symbol Of Salvation
AC/DC - PWR/UP
I've got the albums from The Police, Julliet, AC/DC, Lizzy Borden and all three Cheap Trick releases.
2072. Loudness – Soldier Of Fortune ℗1989 (25)
Yellooooo Kiddies! Whazup! You wanna dance? Here, dance to this:
ROCK/POP 2020 – 3... 2... 1... If Hooks Could Kill...
(49 Songs, 3h 35m ... and counting)
The Smithereens—Blown To Smithereens: Best Of The Smithereens
Fleetwood Mac—Heroes Are Hard To Find
Dee Snider—For The Love Of Metal
The Cars—The Cars
Van Halen—Van Halen
Tears For Fears—Songs From The Big Chair
Foghat—Fool For The City
Glenn Frey—The Best Of Glenn Frey: The Millennium Collection
April Wine—Nature Of The Beast
Kansas—In The Spirit Of Things
The Police—Ghost In The Machine
Ozzy Osbourne—The Essential Ozzy Osbourne
Savatage—Dead Winter Dead
Talking Heads—Remain In Light
Nazareth—Hair Of The Dog
The Kinks—Give The People What They Want
Peter Frampton—Frampton Comes Alive!