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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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“ Music is what tells us that the human race is greater than we realize. ”
                                                                                                               ― Napoléon Bonaparte
INSTRUMENTALS

161. Fredianelli, Tony ‎– Breakneck Speed ℗1993 (2)
162. Friedman, Marty ‎– Introduction ℗1994 (23)
163. Friedman, Marty ‎– Tokyo Jukebox 2 ℗2011 (0)
164. Friedman, Marty ‎– Wall Of Sound ℗2017 (12)
165. Furioso ‎– S/T ℗1992 (3)
166. Gaia Prelude ‎– To Beyond Of The Infinity ℗2006 (0)
167. Gaia Prelude ‎– Promised Land ℗2008 (0)
168. Gaia Prelude ‎– Another ℗2010 (0)
169. Galai, Thierry ‎– Ultime Atome ℗1993 (0)
170. Gambale, Frank ‎– The Great Explorers ℗1993 (6)
171. Gandalf ‎– Gallery Of Dreams ℗1992 (8)
172. Gashead ‎– LandSpeedRecord ℗2003 (0)
173. Geesin, Ron ‎– Land Of Mist ℗1995 (1)
174. Gerard ‎– Pandora's Box ℗1997 (4)
175. Gerard ‎– The Ruins Of A Glass Fortress ℗2000 (6)
176. Gerard – Sighs Of The Water ℗2002 (6)
177. G-Force – Code Red ℗2001 (3)
178. Gilbert, Paul ‎– Stone Pushing Uphill Man (CD+DVD) ℗2011 (21)
179. Gillis, Brad ‎– Gilrock Ranch ℗1993 (14)
180. Glaser, Jamie ‎– The Dream ℗1989 (0)

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Queen--Rocks
UFO—A Conspiracy Of Stars
Veruca Salt—Eight Arms To Hold You
Riot—Fire Down Under
Threshold—Psychedelicatessen
Trapeze—Leavin' The Hard Time Behind: The Best Of Trapeze
Steve Perry—Street Talk
REO Speedwagon—Find Your Own Way Home
Joan Armatrading—Joan Armatrading
Golden Earring—No Promises...No Debts
The James Gang—Yer' Album
Steve Martin—A Wild And Crazy Guy
The Alan Parsons Project—Pyramid
The Rolling Stones—Jump Back: The Best Of The Rolling Stones
Marillion—The Best Of Both Worlds
Lou Reed/John Cale—Songs For Drella
Nazareth—2XS
Uriah Heep—Outsider
Donnie Iris—Fortune 410
Michael Schenker Group—Essential Michael Schenker Group
Wishbone Ash—Blue Horizon
The Smothers Brothers—It Must Have Been Something I Said!
Big Country—Peace In Our Time
Good Rats—Tasty
Die Krupps—I
Various—Fast Times At Ridgemont High: Music From The Motion Picture
Tubeway Army--Replicas

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I've got that Riot album and I love that Uriah Heep album a lot.

I listened to the Steve Perry Street Talk album this week too!

My playlist this week:

Damon Johnson - Release

Dee Snider - For The Love Of Metal Live!

Black Swan - Shake The World

Testament - Practice What You Preach

Iron Maiden - Fear Of The Dark

Iron Maiden - Brave New World

Iron Maiden - Dance Of Death

Iron Maiden - A Matter Of Life And Death

Iron Maiden - The Final Frontier

Leather - Shock Waves

Leather - II

Seventh Rize - Full Moon

Steve Perry - Street Talk

Beth Hart - Leave The Light On

Savatage - The Dungeons Are Calling

127. Cry Of Love - Brother 

128. Jethro Tull - Original Masters

129. Kiss - Dressed To Kill

130. Cheap Trick - All Shook Up

131. The Pretty Reckless - Death By Rock And Roll

132. Joel Hoekstra’s 13 - Running Games

133. Steve Miller Band - Fly Like An Eagle

134. John Cougar Mellencamp - The Lonesome Jubilee 

135. Eagles - Hotel California 

136. Todd La Torre - Rejoice In The Suffering

137. Robert Plant - Now And Zen

138. The Cult - Rare Cult

I've got the Kiss, Cheap Trick, Eagles, Todd La Torre, Robert Plant and John Cougar Mellencamp albums.

I've been trying to get a copy of the new Joel Hoekstra's 13 album but I haven't been able to yet. Which is not ideal since I'm supposed to be doing a review of it.

“ Music is a language that doesn’t speak in particular words.
It speaks in emotions, and if it’s in the bones, it’s in the bones. ”
                                                                                                  ― Keith Richards
INSTRUMENTALS

181. Glasshammer ‎– S/T (Randy Pevler) ℗1998 (2)
182. G. Mike ‎– The Black Gibson Soundtrack ℗2004 (6)
183. Goldy, Craig ‎– Insufficient Therapy ℗1993 (17)
184. Gömöry Zsolt ‎– X-Változat ℗1997 (0)
185. Gordian Knot ‎– S/T (PROMO-CD) ℗1998 (5)
186. Granfelt, Ben ‎– E.G.O. ℗1999/©2000 (0)
187. Gryphon ‎– Red Queen To Gryphon Three / Raindance ℗1974/1975/©1997 (9)
188. Guitarsnake – One Life Is Not Enough (EP-CD) ℗2008 (0)
189. Guru Josh ‎– Infinity ℗1990 (4)
190. Hahn, John ‎– Out Of The Shadows ℗1992 (2)
191. Hamm, Stuart ‎– The Urge ℗1991 (4)
192. Hamm, Stuart ‎– Outbound ℗2000 (2)
193. Hammer, Jan ‎– Snapshots ℗1989/©? (3)
194. Hammer, Jan ‎– Beyond The Mind's Eye ℗1992/©1993 (26)
195. Hannu, Lauri ‎– Instrumental Health ℗1997 (0)
196. Hansen, Randy – Thinking Of You ℗2000 (2)
197. Hanson, Paul ‎– The Visitor ℗1988 (3)
198. Hansson, Bo ‎– The Lord Of The Rings • Sagan Om Ringen ℗1970/©2000 (1)
199. Hansson, Bo ‎– Magician's Hat ℗1972/©1993 (1)

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I haven't heard that Craig Goldy album but it might be interesting. I got to meet him after a Dio Disciples show a couple years back.

That is awesome.

The CD is different from anything he ever did before, solo, or otherwise. Vey "moody" almost Doom Metal, mostly Instrumental album. I gave it a superficial listen when I bought it, and it was hard for me to digest it compared to the usual shred/neoclassical fest from Shrapnel in the late '80s. I certainly did appreciate it more the second time around, even though I have to say it again, it's not what one would expect from Goldy, or an Instrumental album for that matter.

139. Jethro Tull - Stand Up

140. Warren Zevon - Learning To Flinch

141. Barry Manilow - Even Now

142. Meat Loaf - Welcome To The Neighborhood 

143. Marty Stuart And His Fabulous Superlatives - Country Music

144. Rickie Lee Jones - Ghostyhead

145. Loggins & Messina - The Best Of Friends

146. Cry Of Love - Diamonds & Debris

147. Butch Walker - Stay Gold

148. Yes - Close To The Edge

149. Uriah Heep - Sea Of Light

150. Stevie Wonder - Innervisions

151. Neil Young - Tonight’s The Night

152. Joe Walsh - The Confessor

153. The Allman Brothers Band - Enlightened Rogues

154. Dan Fogelberg - Phoenix

155. Enchant - The Great Divide

156. Tesla - The Great Radio Controversy 

I've got the Warren Zevon and Tesla albums!

Robert Plant—Manic Nirvana
Dweezil Zappa—My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama
Rod Stewart—Blood Red Roses
The Mothers Of Invention—We're Only In It For The Money
Sniff 'N' The Tears—Fickle Heart
Saga—10,000 Days
Joan Armatrading—Show Some Emotion
The Fixx—Ultimate Collection
Heart—Beautiful Broken
Golden Earring—Prisoner Of The Night
Foreigner—Can't Slow Down
Level 42—Level 42
The Firesign Theater—Waiting For The Electrician Or Someone Like Him
Edenbridge—Dynamind
The Mamas And The Papas—Greatest Hits
The Lovin' Spoonful—Greatest Hits
Thin Lizzy—Dedication: The Very Best Of Thin Lizzy
Lou Reed—Magic And Loss
Nazareth—Sound Elixir
Uriah Heep—Living The Dream
Donnie Iris—No Muss...No Fuss
Wishbone Ash—Locked In
The Smothers Brothers—The Songs And Comedy Of The Smothers Brothers!
Marilyn Manson—Lest We Forget: The Best Of
Big Country—No Place Like Home
Gary Numan--Telekon
Extreme--Extreme
Good Rats—From Rats To Riches
Die Krupps—V: Metal Machine Music
Eddie Money—The Complete Hits And More!

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