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  • Toto: IV- another very strong release from these AOR legends.

  • Europe: War of Kings-determined to leave the shadow of The Final Countdown far, far behind, Europe release their inner UFO, Thin Lizzy, Black Sabbath, and Deep Purple with this latest release. Heavy, hard rocking stuff here!

  • Enslaved: In Times- superb new album from these progressive black metal heathens. Just doesn't get any better than this!

  • UFO: A Conspiracy of Stars-still playing the hell out of this new one. Easily the best of the Moore era!

  • Kansas: Kansas/Song For America/Masques/Leftoverture/Point of Know Return- just watched the new documentary on Blu-ray and gearing up to see the band live in a week, so pulling out all the initial '70s studio classics.

  • Nightwish: Endless Forms Most Beautiful- stellar new one from the Finnish symphonic metal veterans, with Floor Jansen right at home in her new band.

  • Ilium: My Misanthropia- excellent new collection of power/prog metal tunes from this solid band, now with Lance King on lead vocals.

  • Uli Jon Roth: Scorpions Revisited- powerful revisit to classic Scorps tunes from the '70s from Mr. Roth and his new band.

  • ZZ Top: ZZ Top's First Album- just cannot get enough of this album, the riffs are so bluesy and so heavy, the grooves merciless, and the songs unforgettable.

  • Loch Vostok: From These Waters- kick ass new CD from these progressive death/thrash metallers.

  • Van Der Graaf Generator: Godbluff/Still Life- two of my '70s favorites from these British prog legends, who still sound great today as well.

  • Wishbone Ash: Wishbone Ash/Pilgrimage/Argus- a few of my favorites from the mighty Wishbone Ash. Twin guitar goodness!

  • Deep Purple: Live in Montreux 1969- so many great archival live DP releases out there, and this one, though kind of on the raw side, is a blistering set from the very early incarnation of the Mark II line-up, the first full show to be recorded with Gillan and Glover in tow. Check out an early take on "Speed King", here with different lyrics and titled "Kneel and Pray", and a rare performance from this line-up of "Kentucky Woman".

  • November: 2a/6e- where has this band been all my life? Crushing, heavy blues rock from this '70s Swedish band. Yeah, the lyrics are in their native tongue, but the riffs, solos, and grooves are just so delightful that any '70s heavy rock fan will fall in love with this band.


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