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  • Santana: IV/Marathon/Welcome/Moonflower/Festival/Zebob/Inner Secrets/Amigos/Lotus/Shango/Borboletta- after an incredible performance of the classic Santana band (and their current incarnation) opening up for Journey at New York's Madison Square Garden recently, I've been diving pretty deep into some of the bands mid/late '70s output, as well as their terrific new CD, IV. It's crazy just how many killer albums this band has had over the years!

  • Ted Nugent: Ted Nugent/Free For All/Cat Scratch Fever/Weekend Warriors/State of Shock/Scream Dream/Intensities in 10 Cities/Double Live Gonzo/Nugent/Love Grenade/Craveman- the best of the Nugent repertoire? Pretty safe to say this is the list folks! Reading Martin Popoff's fine 'Epic Ted Nugent' book has prompted me to dig into all things classic Nugent lately.

  • Brutus: Behind the Mountains- awesome '70s styled heavy rock & doom from this current Swedish/Norwegian outfit

  • Mangrove: Days of the Wicked/Endless Skies/ A Distant Dream of Tomorrow- this Swedish power trio really knows how to deliver killer blues rock riffs, doom, and hard rock, all in grand '70s fashion!

  • Steely Dan: Can't Buy a Thrill/Pretzel Logic/Countdown to Ecstasy/Katy Lied/The Royal Scam/Aja/Gaucho/Two Against Nature/Everything Must Go- the classiest band around, who sounds like NOBODY else! Whether it's one of their classic '70s albums, or their few more recent ones, it's just majestic pop/jazz/rock of the highest order.

  • Metal Church: XI/Blessing in Disguise/Metal Church/The Dark- their first three, and their latest...all examples of crushing heavy metal

  • Brimstone Coven: Black Magic- psychedelic doom baby!

  • Primal Fear: Rulebreaker- latest release is solid as a rock as always from this premier power metal band.

  • Circus Maximus: Havoc- another killer new release, this one from these Scandinavian prog veterans.

  • Black Stone Cherry: Kentucky- easily my favorite album of theirs, this latest straddles the line between modern hard rock, metal, Southern Rock, and a touch of crossover country. Hopefully this one breaks them in a major way.

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