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Hollywood Hairspray Vol. 8 (Album Review)

Hairspray Returns to Hollywood Sometimes a compilation hits the shelves, and people take note. This compilation has reached enough people that there are now 8 volumes available to all the lovers of great “Hairspray” styled rock and roll. Perris Records have outdone themselves with a fantastic version of Hollywood Hairspray Vol. 8. Geared towards fans […]

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TYGERS OF PAN TANG – Ritual (Album Review)

The Ritual Of The Tyger The gang from Whitley Bay, England returns again November 22nd via Might Music Records with what could be their best since 1981’s Spellbound. Tygers of Pan Tang were originally part of the NWOBHM movement back in the days of the huge influx of great music that made its way across […]

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AERODYNE – Damnation (Album Review)

Heading To Damnation Quite honestly is there anything bad that comes from the Sweden hard rock scene? I couldn’t even tell you how I came across this band, but I’m glad I did. Aerodyne, from Stockholm Sweden has a sound that I can’t really compare to anything, except to say it’s good…damn good. Nothing but […]

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SANTA CRUZ – Katharsis (Album Review)

Santa Cruz – Katharsis Purge Katharsis – Meaning to cleanse or purify or clarification. An absolutely perfect title for the new album from Santa Cruz on M-Theory Audio, which is available now. A band with only one original member and a completely new sound compared to their previous albums. Many fans of Santa Cruz have […]

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MICHAEL MONROE – One Man Gang (Album Review)

Michael Monroe Attacks With His One Man Gang The Finish Frontman, Michael Monroe returns with his own punk and hard rock style in his newest release One Man Gang on Silver Lining Music. Michael Monroe and his band’s first album since 2015’s Blackout States. Will it have a bigger impact than his previous three? Only […]

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MICHAEL SWEET – Ten (Album Review)

The Stryper frontman is back again with yet another solo release. The Christian/Rock/Metal singer is nothing but busy these days. While fronting his iconic yellow and black flagship band Stryper that reformed in the mid-2000s, Michael has been churning out album after album. Whether it be with Stryper, or his side project Sweet & Lynch, […]

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ANGEL – Risen (Album Review)

Originally on Casablanca Records, Angel was known as the anti-KISS band. While the KISS guys were all in black and silver, Angel was completely opposite, dressing all in white. Forming in Washington D.C. in the mid-’70s by Punky Meadows and Mickie Jones the band quickly became known for their flamboyant glam look and stage presence. […]

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KICKIN VALENTINA – Chaos In Copenhagen (EP Review)

Let me tell you about a band with some major street buzz. Not since Guns & Roses’ album Appetite for Destruction have I seen a band get this much “word of mouth” buzz. On CGCM Podcast EP#69 Rich “The Meister” Dillon likened Kickin Valentina‘s rise to that of the GnR days and I agree. A […]

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MADHOUSE – Money Talks Bullshit Walks (Album Review)

Sleaze dripping, spandex & leather-wearing, guitar ripping, bass, and drum pounding, kick your teeth in, make you want to grab your leopard print bandanas, and the aqua-net. If this doesn’t get you thinking of the great glam bands of the time, well I have a great reminder for you, and you don’t even have to […]

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ECLIPSE – Paradigm (Album Review)

Eclipse is the musical child of Swedish songwriter and producer Erik Martensson. In addition to Eclipse, Martensson is also part of Nordic Union with Pretty Maids vocalist Ronnie Atkins. And a core member of the supergroup W.E.T., which also has Jeff Scott Soto (Sons of Apollo, Talisman) and Robert Sall (Work of Art). With Paradigm, […]

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