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Simon Bray

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Alestorm's Sunset on the Golden Age keeps up their tremendous run of quality.

Black Stone Cherry's Magic Mountain does likewise.

I have had a bit of a Thin Lizzy-fest recently including Nightlife, Renegade, Thunder and Lightning, Live and Dangerous and the more recent Live in London.

AC/DC have been helping out with High Voltage, Back in Black, Black Ice and The Razor's Edge.

I love Babymetal's eponymous debut album.

I highly recommend Amberian Dawn's new one Magic Forest as well as Tarja Turunen and Mike Terrana's Beauty and the Beat.

I have spun Herbie Hancock's crossings a couple of times this month.

I'm still loving Rise of the Hero by Iron Savior and Neil Young's determinedly lo-fi A Letter Home.

I've aslo been fairly obsessively listening to Goldfinger's Open Your Eyes and American Cheese by Nerf Herder.

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