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'll give you a chance to catch up in the next couple weeks.
Yep. Just not much time to listen. I’m working on my 5th one this weekend, so maybe my numbers will be a little better next week...though not in your territory.
Billy Squier--Emotions In Motion
Michael Schenker Group--Tales Of Rock 'N' Roll
Pat Benatar--Get Nervous
REO Speedwagon--You Can Tune A Piano, But You Can't Tuna Fish
Hanoi Rocks--Twelve Shots On The Rocks
Black Sabbath Featuring Tony Iommi--Seventh Star
Warren Zevon--Sentimental Hygiene
Robert Plant--Shaken 'N' Stirred
Joe Jackson--I'm The Man
Robin Trower--Caravan To Midnight
The Police--Zenyatta Mondatta
Blue Oyster Cult--Agents Of Fortune
Alice Cooper--The Last Temptation
AC/DC--Fly On The Wall
Saxon--Wheels Of Steel
Electric Light Orchestra--Eldorado
King's X--Black Like Sunday
The Rolling Stones--Steel Wheels
David Bowie--Young Americans
Neil Young & Crazy Horse--Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Omega Lithium--Dreams In Formaline
Harlow – S/T ℗1990 (0)
Harris, Michael – Words Collide ℗2003 (1)
Hart, Lea – Trapped ℗1992 (3)
Hart, Robert – S/T ℗1992 (6)
Hawaii – The Natives Are Restless ℗1985/©1997 (3)
Headhunter – Parody Of Life ℗1990 (1)
Headpins – Line Of Fire ℗1983/©2002 (6)
Heartbreak Radio – S/T ℗2005 (1)
Heartland – Bridge Of Fools ℗1997 (6)
Heartland – Miracles By Design ℗1998 (2)
Heartless – State Of Mind ℗1991 (1)
H.E.A.T – Freedom Rock ℗2010 (11)
Heathen – Breaking The Silence/Pray For Death ℗1987/©1999 (13)
Heaven And Earth – Windows To The World ℗2000 (5)
Heaven + Earth – Dig ℗2013 (2)
Heavenly – Sign Of The Winner ℗2001 (1)
Heaven's Cry – Food For Thought Substitute ℗1997 (18)
Heavens Gate – In Control ℗1989/©1993 (12)
Heavens Gate – Livin' In Hysteria ℗1991 (1)
HeavenWard – A Future Worth Talking About? ℗1982/©1993 (6)
Heavy Bones – S/T ℗1992 (9)
Heimdall – The Temple Of Theil ℗1999 (20)
Heir Apparent – Graceful Inheritance ℗1986/©1999 (1)
Heir Apparent – Triad ℗1999 (4)
Helix – It's A Business Doing Pleasure ℗1993 (1)
Helloïse – Fata Morgana ℗2001 (3)
Helloween – The Dark Ride ℗2000 (5)
Helltown – Lead To Hell ℗2006 (0)
Helreid - Memories ℗1997 (0)
Hericane Alice – Tear The House Down ℗1990 (15)
($2226.75 - $3139.90)
I have that Harlow album on cassette. I should think about writing one of my Cassette Chronicles articles on it at some point.
That Robert Hart album, is he the singer Bad Company hired after Brian Howe? If so, that album and another one that he did are on my buy list.
I don't have that Helix album but I did write about their Wild In The Streets album and I'm going to be reviewing their latest release Old School.
That Helloween album is fantastic.
Unfortunately, I can't say the same for the Hericane Alice album, I found it to be just bad.
Funny you should ask. When I started listening to this batch of my "Later" pile (which I'm finally getting to do) I was completely bamboozled as to who Robert Hart is and therefore; what is his CD doing in my collection? (BTW, yes... quick research revealed, he is the man you think he is). However, once I opened the booklet everything became clear: 7 out of 10 songs were co-written with Russ Ballard, who also played on and produced the album. It was a nice surprise.
Haven't heard the Helix' new album, but I do have more of their stuff in my "other" piles. This one has been waiting patiently for me to get off my ass and give it a spin. One of the best bands the Great White North can offer.
Loved that Helloween album. Even though I already heard some of these songs from their side project.
Hericane Alice is for sure one of those Hair Metal bands, that can't blame Grunge for stealing their thunder, but they get nostalgic points from me for checking all the necessary boxes on the list of 80's Metal requisitions.
This is what I wrote about the Hericane Alice album.
Alice In Chains--Nothing Safe
Ratt--Ratt & Roll 8191
Big Country--The Best Of Big Country
Kim Mitchell--Greatest Hits
Radiohead--The Best Of
Pat Travers--The Best Of Pat Travers
Sweet--The Best Of Sweet
The Allman Brothers Band--A Decade Of Hits 1969-1979
Three Dog Night--The Complete Hit Singles
Krokus--The Definitive Collection
Led Zeppelin--Early Days
Berlin--Best Of Berlin: 1979-1988
Ted Nugent--Super Hits
REO Speedwagon--The Hits
April Wine--The Hits
Oingo Boingo--Best O' Boingo
Queen--Greatest Hits II
Prince--The Hits 2
Wishbone Ash--The Best Of Wishbone Ash
Deep Purple--The Very Best Of Deep Purple
Iron Maiden--Edward The Great
That Iron Maiden compilation was one I looked for a lot. I'd given up hope of finding it but finally did find a cheap copy.
It's ok, have no idea why they didn't include anything from the first two albums, but they did include a couple from the BB era.
Heart - Dog And Butterfly
Vandenberg - Heading For A Storm
Quiet Riot - III
Rick Springfield-Hard To Hold
Willie Nelson- Electric Horseman
Twisted Sister - You Can’t Stop Rock ‘n’ Roll
Judas Priest- Hell Bent For Leather
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - So Far
Elton John - Elton John
Mick Jones - Mick Jones
Uriah Heep - The Best Of Uriah Heep
ZZ Top - Rio Grande Mud
Joe Walsh - The Confessor
The Robert Cray Band - Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark
Eric Clapton - Slowhand
Arc Angels - Arc Angels
Love the Heart, Twisted Sister and Judas Priest albums.
I think I have the Quiet Riot album on cassette for a future Cassette Chronicles article.