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  • Genesis: And Then There Were Three/Duke-always had a soft spot for these first two releases with Genesis as a trio. Duke especially has always been a favorite of mine.

  • The Rolling Stones: Sticky Fingers-just a great album to crank out by the pool in a sunny summer day.

  • Yes: Tormato- haven't listened to this one in years. Still not a great album, but some good songs sprinkled throughout.

  • Rival Sons: Great Western Valkrie - another excellent new release from these US retro hard rockers.

  • Grand Funk Railroad: Live - rousing live album that never gets old. Grand Funk at their rawest!

  • Uriah Heep: Outsider- another absolute winner from the British hard rock legends.

  • Anathema: Distant Satellites/Weather Systems- I'm a complete late to the game nelly when it comes to this band, casting them off for years as 'ho hum' when in actuality I've finally warmed up to their brand of moody, atmospheric rock. Harmonies to die for!

  • Mastodon: Once More 'Round the Sun - kick ass new release from this band who I thought might be slipping with their last one The Hunter. Not so!

  • Black Stone Cherry: Magic Mountain- another solid platter of heavy Southern Rock!

  • Black Sabbath: 13- still not tiring of this comeback release.

    Hawkwind: Space Ritual- found myself getting absorbed by this live space rock classic one afternoon while soaking up some sun in the pool the other day. Mesmerizing, yet still quite heavy in spots.

  • Styx: The Grand Illusion- never get tired of this one. Castle Walls is one of the most underrated songs by the band.

  • Boston: More Than a Feeling/Don't Look Back/Third Stage- saw the band live recently and was completely blown away. Been spinning these first three ever since!

  • The Doobie Brothers: The Captain and Me/Toulouse Street/What Were Once Vices Were Now Habits- gearing up for a live show, and playing the heck out of these early favorites.

  • Cheap Trick: Live at Budokan- they opened for Boston and played a great set. It was time to revisit this one!

  • Kansas: Leftoverture/Point of Know Return- how perfect are these two album? Damn near!

  • Alice Cooper: Welcome to My Nightmare- creepy classic that never gets old.

  • Eloy: Live- picked this one up recently. A tad long winded, but some cool spacey prog nonetheless.

  • Camel: Moonmadness- had played any Camel in a while, and this was a nice revisit.

  • Night Ranger: High Road- another great new platter of melodic rock & rock from the US veterans.

  • Mayhem: Esoteric Warfare- no slowing these black metal legends down!
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