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Simon Bray

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I have just spent a couple of weeks in Portugal and this is what took my fancy on my generic mp3 device.

  • Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band Stranger in Town. I think Seger has always been a bit underrated in the UK but this is an absolute masterpiece. I have also been digging Nine Tonight which was one of my most listened to albums when I was at university.

  • Judas Priest Redeemer of Souls. I bought this just before I went and still haven't made my mind up about where it fits into their canon yet.

  • Blackhawk Brothers of the Southland. I love that Henry Paul is making music again on a regular basis and the title track is a great tribute to all the fallen southern rockers.

  • Reel Big Fish Candy Coated Fury. One of the most fun bands around and I'm looking forward to seeing them live again shortly.

  • KISS KISS Symphony: Alive IV. I have been listening to the audio version of Paul Stanley's autobiography (Ace and Peter don't come out of it well surprisingly) and this made me listen to this one again.

    My elder son's return home from Australia has led me to check out Bloodbound's Book of the Dead, Tabula Rasa and Unholy Cross.

    I also listen to Full Strike We Will Rise for the first time in a while. It's a great pop metal album.

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