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Retro thrash, 70's prog and 80's pop!? (Haul part VI)

Discussion in 'Katagory V' started by Dustin, May 20, 2007.

  1. Dustin

    Dustin C-C-Cool Beans!!!

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    Here's is the latest haul from hell.... got some really retro-underground classic thrash in this one!

    Mekong Delta - Dance of Death
    Mortal Sin - Every Dog Has it's Day
    Gack - Fix
    Headhunter - A Bizzare Gardening Accident
    Headhunter - Rebirth
    Artillery - B.A.C.K.
    Skyclad - A Burnt Offering for the Bone Idol
    Al DiMeola - Elegant Gypsy
    Jethro Tull - Crest of a Knave
    Steely dan - Pretzel Logic
    Steely Dan - The Royal Scam
    Rush - Fly By Night (Remastered)
    Rush - A Farwell To King's (Remastered)
    The Police - Synchronicity (remastered)
    The Police - Ghost in the Machine
    The Police - Reggatta de Blanc
    The Police - Zenyatta Mondatta
    The Police - Outlandos d'Amour
    Ten - The Twilight Chronicles
    Vertigo - 2
    Cryonic Temple - in Thy Power
    Yes - The Yes Album (remastered)
    Yes - Fragile (remastered)
    Marillion - Seasons End (2-disc Remastered)
    Uriah Heep - Sweet Freedom
    Gentle Giant - In A Glass House (35th anniversery remaster)
    Gentle Giant - Gentle Giant
    Bankstatement - Bankstatement
    Risk - Hell's Animals
    Threshold - Surface to Stage: Live
    Threshold - Dead Reckoning (Ltd ed digi +1)


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  2. zinescene

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    Nice haul...love A Farewell to Kings, Xanadu, CLoser To the Heart are great songs...often overlooked disc but one of my favorites from their catalog.

    Uriah Heep is another band whose claim to fame was Stealin and Easy Livin but has some other great songs...Uriah Heep Live '73 is one of my favorite Live albums!

    The Police, Yes and Threshold are all good as well:kickass:
     

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