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Main » 2010 » February » 22

IRON MAIDEN - Ed Hunter
release by velvetunderground

CD 1
1. Iron Maiden [live] Harris 4:27
2. The Trooper Harris 4:11
3. Number of the Beast Harris 4:51
4. Wrathchild Harris 2:45
5. Futureal Bayley, Harris 2:54
6. Fear of the Dark Harris 7:17
7. Be Quick or Be Dead Dickinson, Gers 3:24
8. 2 Minutes to Midnight Dickinson, Smith 6:00
9. Man on the Edge Bayley, Gers 4:11
10. Aces High Harris 4:29
11. The Evil That Men Do Dickinson, Harris, Smith 4:34
12. Wasted Years Smith 5:05
13. Powerslave Dickinson 6:48
14. Hallowed Be Thy Name Harris 7:14

CD 2
1. Run to the Hills H ... Read more »

Category: Hard & Heavy | Views: 337 | Added: Rat | Data: 22.02.2010 | Comments (0)


# Artist: Huey Lewis & the News
# Year: 1992
# Styles: Pop rock
# Album: The Heart of Rock & Roll
# Format: eac-ape

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Ahh, how refreshing to hear some classic style American Rock music. I loved this album. It is packed full of great tracks, so much so I don't really have a favourite, although Power of love and Hip to be Square do stand out. After putting up with the never ending pop rubbish conveyer-belt it was like a breath of fresh air to hear something original like this. I am not by the way a middle aged guy who liked this music when he was a teenager, I am 19 and a student. I just wish there were a few more Huey's around ... Read more »
Category: Classic rock | Views: 250 | Added: Rat | Data: 22.02.2010 | Comments (0)

Artist: Billy Squier
Album: emotions in motion
Released: by rat
Source: capitol records
Genre: hard rock
Format: eac.ape. 290mb

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Emotions in Motion, the excellent follow-up to Billy Squier's sophomore outing Don't Say No, saw Squier rise from theater headliner to bona fide arena rock sensation by delivering his most consistent solo record to date. Or at least one just as good as its predecessor. On this slice of AOR heaven, Squier expands on the Led Zeppelin-influenced exploits of Don't Say No. Right off the bat, Squier delivers an immediate blow to the head on the album's opening triumvirate "Everybody Wants You," " ... Read more »
Category: Classic rock | Views: 326 | Added: Rat | Data: 22.02.2010 | Comments (0)


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