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And The Story Continues...

This pack includes:

ALASKA-Heart Of Storm (1984) *192Kbps* -Melodic Hard Rock-

Personnel Bernie Marsden Guitar
Don Airey Piano, Synthesizer
Brian Badhams Bass, Piano
Robert Hawthorn Vocals
John Marter Drums
Tracks 1. Whiteout 3:482. Don't Say It's Over 4:203. Voice On The Radio 3:554. Susie Blue 3:345. Heart Of The Storm 5:256. Need Your Love 4:177. Can't Let Go 3:458. Other Side Of Midnight 4:259. Headlines 3:4810. The Socerer 6:0211. Coupe De Ville Bonus Track- Demo 3:1712. Coming Down On You Bonus Track 3:2913. Whiteout Bonus Track- Instrumental 4:18 Total Running Time: 54:23
ALASKA-The Bronze Years-2001- *128Kbps* -Melodic Hard Rock-

1.: Run With The Pack,2.: Woman Like You,3.: Where Did They Go (Bonneville Blues),4.: Schoolgirl,5.: SOS,6.: Help Yourself,7.: Thing,8.: I Really Want To Know,9.: Whiteout,10.: Don't Sat It's Over,11.: Voice On The Radio,12.: Heart Of The Storm,13.: Need Your Love,14.: Can't Let Go,15.: Other Side Of Midnight,16.: Headlines,17.: Sorcerer

BECKETT-Beckett-1991 *192Kbps* -Very Good AOR-

1. I Told You So
2. My Religion
3. Brother Louie
4. Hangin' By A Thread
5. The Big Hurt
6. How Can The Girl Refuse
7. Not A Day Goes By
8. The Bottom Line
9. Still Of The Night
10. Falling From Grace

BLONZ-Blonz (1990) *192Kbps* -US Melodic Rock,Great stufff, a mix between Tesla, Danger Danger and Bon Jovi, this CD rocks!

Dennis Ogle - guitar, keyboards, vocals
Steve Taylor - lead guitars, vocals (DeGarmo and Key)
Nathan Utz - lead vocals
Aaron Tate - drums, percussion
Michael Fandino - bass, vocals

Phil Ehart producer
Steve Walsh producer


1. Miracles 3:50
2. Hands of Love 3:46
3. Its the Same 3:45
4. Trouble Child 4:15
5. Whats On Your Mind 3:36
6. One and Only 4:27
7. Rainbow 4:51
8. Skintight 3:22
9. Sexy Ride 3:38
10. Last Call for Alcohol 3:51

CANDY HARLOTS-Five Wicked Ways-1992- *192Kbps*

Track List:
01. Backstreet Boys
02. Sister's Crazy
03. Danger
04. Cheat On Me
05. Where No One Dares
06. My Flame
07. The Lady Shakes
08. Wrap 2 Arms
09. The Wildest Way
10. What Are We Fightin' For
11. Mercenary Baby
12. The Other Side Of Love
13. Devil's Blues

Aiz Lynch - vocals
Phil Bowley - guitar and backing vocals
Peter Masi - guitar and backing vocals
Leeno Dee - bass and backing vocals
Tony Cardinal - drums and backing vocals

Even in the early 90's it was a rarity to find an Australian sleaze metal band, but the Candy Harlots were one. The group had reached Top Forty success in their homeland with the Foreplay EP, but Five Wicked Ways was their attempt to make as much noise in the rest of the world.
Rocking songs like "Danger", "Cheat On Me", "The Lady Shakes" and "The Wildest Way" played homage to musical influences such as AC/DC and Rose Tattoo. There are two good slower paced songs in "Where No One Dares" and "What Are We Fightin' For", and a nice acoustic number called "Devil's Blues". The band looked and sounded killer, but constant line-up changes led to an early demise and a bad case of unfulfilled potential. I give Five Wicked Ways two thumbs up!


CHAIN-Eros Of Love & Destruction -1997- *224Kbps*

-Hard Rock,Doogie White, former vocalist of the group Rainbow, breaks out with the 1997 solo effort EROS OF LOVE & DESTRUCTION/WELCOME TO THE MADHOUSE.

1. Don't Waste Your Time 3:10 2. Absence of Angels 4:50 3. Shame 4:38 4. Fake It Big Time 3:20 5. Streets Cry Freedom 5:55 6. Single Life 4:32 7. Hellfire 2:42 8. What About Me 3:31 9. I.N.M. 5:05 10. Blind Faith 6:26 11. Perfect World 3:53
FIREHOUSE-3 (1995) *192kBPS* -Hard Rock-

1. Love Is A Dangerous Thing [/color] 2. What's Wrong 3. Somethin' 'Bout Your Body 4. Trying To Make A Living 5. Here For You 6. Get A Life 7. Two Sides 8. No One At All 9. Temptation 10. I Live My Life For You

TNA-Finger On The Trigger-2001- *320Kbps*-Melodic Hard Rock/Metal for those of you that love big hooks, big guitars, thundering drums and bass and full bodied, killer lead vocals. Straight out of the 80's .

Mike Mcmanamon - vocals
Sean Tarr - guitar, backing vocals, keyboards
Danny Tore - drums, backing vocals
Phil Poacheco - bass, backing vocals


1. Rung On The Ladder
2. Take You Home
3. Let Me Down Easy
4. Where's The Love
5. Life Goes On
6. Falling Down
7. Draw The Line
8. Bittersweet
9. Can't Wait Forever
10. Bad Girl

Great new melodic metal band similar in style to LION, HEAVENS EDGE, & ATTRACTION. The debut album Produced by ex-Cult drummer Lez Warner, and mixed/mastered by Alex Salz of TOUR DE FORCE will satisfy all fans of hard rock.
CONTAGIOUS-The Calling -2004- *192Kbps*
-Debut album from English melodic rockers. Brilliant keyboards and at times comparable to the likes of DAMNED NATION, ECLIPSE, TREAT and early DOKKEN.

Track Listing: Hear It Calling / Time And Again / Lady / Lost And Lonely / Love Can Always / Suzi Ann / Flying High / Outta Time / Fantasy / Dreams

Johnny - bass
Pete - guitar
Norman - drums
Tony - guitar
Glen - vocals

I remember getting Contagious' EP titled Red White And Slightly Blue last year and while it didn`t blow me away it certainly had some good moments. Unfortunately I don't have any biography on them but if I remember correctly they're British. Now this six- piece return with their debut full-length album titled The Calling.

Contagious offers straight melodic heavy in the vein of Treat, Warrant and Damned Nation. The music is very guitar-driven, with underlying keys and is fronted by a good mid-ranged vocalist which at times reminds me of Jani Lane (Warrant). One beautiful ballad is offered whilst the remaining tracks are catchy rockers. The song material seems a lot stronger than what was offered on the EP. More consistent! Songs like "Hear it Calling," "Time and Again" and "Lady" are prime examples of how this music should be done. Only a couple of songs seem to fall into the mediocre category, the rest hold good solid quality. If I didn"t know any better I would think these guys were Swedish as they definitely have that "scandi" sound. The production is much better than on the EP and is given more depth and punch this time. This is of course a necessity to fully appreciate guitar driven songs like this.

Based on the quality of this CD I can safely recommend this to any fan or AOR and melodic rock. This CD has a lot to offer and I really hope this is a band that will stick around for a while as Contagious is one of the better bands of the genre. A nice surprise!

PPO Rating: 8/10
SURVIVOR-Greatest Hits-1990- *320Kbps* -AOR-

1.Eye Of The Tiger

2.High On You

3.I can´t Hold Back

4.Is This Love

5.Poor Man´s Son

6.Burning Heart

7.The Search Is Over

8.Desperate Dreams

9.How Much Love

10.Man Against The World
CHRIS THOMPSON (WITH MIKE SLAMER)-Won´t Lie Down-2001- *192Kbps*
-Melodic Rock,Sixth solo album for artist who's best known for his work with Manfred Mann's Earth Band. 14 tracks including, 'Wasting Time', 'Can't Get A Hold Of Love' & 'Get Up And Dance'.

1.Wasting Time2.Can't Get A Hold On Love3.Get Up And Dance4.Like Dust In The Light5.One Man Mission6.All Over Me7.Won't Lie Down8.Angel9.Girls Kick Ass10.Till The End11.Ticket To Thailand12.You Got Me13.Somebody14.You / Me

EDGE OF FOREVER-Feeding The Fire-2004-*320Kbps*

-Fantastic Melodic Hard Rock From Italy,believe ME!

01. Feeding The Fire
02. Birth Of The Sun
03. Prisoner
04. Whatever Comes
05. Mother Of Darkness
06. Bloodsucker
07. The Road We Walked on
08. Dance Into The Fire
09. The Gates Of Hell
10. I Won't be A Fool no More

EDGE OF FOREVER-Let The Demon Rock´n´Roll-2005- *256Kbps*

-Their second great melodic hard rock album,you won´t dissappoint if you download it!

1. The Machine
2. Shade of November
3. One Last Surrender
4. Crime of Passion
5. Let the Demon Rock N Roll
6. A Deep Emotion
7. Feel Like Burning
8. Mouth of Madness
9. My Breath Away
10. Edge of Forever

For the first several tracks on Edge of Forever's second outing, "Let the Demon Rock N Roll", you might just think you have found heavy metal heaven. This would, in theory, be a magical place where melodic rock and blazing riffs collide. And for awhile, this band achieves that, easily managing to rank themselves among the elite in one fail swoop. Unfortunately, some of the shine is dulled for a couple of others thus keeping this from something that is closing in on absolute perfection, but there's definitely enough awesome material here to make any band jealous.

This is music that got me interested in the guitar maestro, Yngwie Malmsteen, in the first place. Killer harmonies, guitar solos that are poignant, technical, magnificent, prevelant but not excessive (oh wait, was there a time when Malmsteen was not excessive? hmm), and rich, glorious vocals, topped off by a nice production that didn't sound like it was being recorded in a tin can ("War to End All Wars" anyone?). Except, this isn't Malmsteen, and I'm beginning to wonder that if this band keeps on the path they are on, and one upping their previous efforts with each subsequent release, that they will eventually beat the Swedish fretmaster overall at his own current game.

It only takes a single listen to get sucked into this album. It's so mind boggling accessible, and at the same time, ripples with power and all the little nuances that make a CD replay worthy. The band has made a bit of a transition from the last one however, as more songs are tiptoeing more along the edge of hard rock rather than the very neo-classical push of the debut. The shredding and so forth is still prevalent, but it's not just everywhere like before, which gives this disc a unique flavor that sets it apart. Edge of Forever have given us a nice variety of sounds this time out of the box, it's not all neo-classic doodlings anymore, which made for an absolutely killer debut but you can hear how they have matured as a band as more focus is put on song writing and more tracks who's focus is to encircle themselves around and enhance "the voice".

The voice is of course current Axe-man Bob Harris, who has a smooth AOR-ish vocal delivery in the tradition of such guys as Joe Lynn Turner, but can also elevate himself to nice thundering metal worthy yelling too. I would say screams, but he doesn't really escalate to such high pitched levels. Bob fits in with the music and even enhances it just by having such a superb voice to backup the music. Guitarwork is handled by Matteo Carnio who is a young guy but don't let that fool you, he is one hell of a guitarist. His influences shine bright and clear, a mixture of the soft bluesy soul of Ritchie Blackmore and the fiercely wild yet pristine clean Yngwie Malmsteen spirit. This is a mixture of string bending at its best, and he's one of the more expressive yet technically adept axe wielders to come out of the woodwork lately. Most just relegate themselves to pumping out average sounding performances, but Matteo steps it up a notch and injects some personality in this as well. It's almost a shame that "Let the Demon Rock N Roll" doesn't offer as many shredding opportunities as the former "Feeding the Fire" did but there's still plenty of places here to let it shine too.

"The Machine" has Symphony X-like moments, and progressive touches while hard rockin' straight on ahead. It's punchy but yet harsh, and a fine way to kick off an album with its lazer like precision and a chorus that's rough but as addictive as crack.

I swear this reminds me of Takara. A more bottom heavier Takara, but Takara nontheless. This has a too cool harder mid tempo feel that ramps it up a notch for the bridge and kicks into full gear for an AOR-tastic chorus that is just tasty. "Shade of November" not only includes some nifty rhythm guitar that catches you a bit off guard but also an awesome very Deep Purple-ish trade off from organ to guitar, with the axe blistering quick and dirty like a blast of dark Malmsteen before Bob's passionate voice lifts the song back into the chorus.

Hats off to Alessandro and Matteo for blending one of the most addictive guitar/synthesizer melodies that I've heard since the 80s came to a close. This is pure genius, and make for a mindblowingly crafted song overall. Mix in those emotive vocals and you have the recipe for a treat that's truly something special. The refrain is as catchy as hell, so catchy in fact that it lights fires all by itself. Oh yes, my friends, this is AOR friendly hard rock at its pinnacle. The finest of the fine. Even going through "One Last Surrender" with a finetoothed comb, there is nary a flaw to be had. The chorus is compact but with impact, so forceful it will knock you right to the ground with its magical majestic touch. Since the first moment the opening notes graced my eardrums, this has been slinging itself around in my head nonstop, the true mark of a classic. You'll remember this one even at year's end and beyond, it's just an excellent piece of music and anything else is going to be a whiter shade of pale in comparison.

Not to say that "Crime of Passion" is not a cool song, I mean this reeks coolness of the JoLT Rainbow persuasion, but it's a different creature entirely than "One Last Surrender". That one was AOR, this is one is full blown hard rock with edgy, showman-like vox, more plushy gang vocals than you can poke a stick at and tasteful guitars a'la Blackmore and jamming organ a'la the Deep Purp. It rocks with the edge of these classic bands but while it's a great song, truth be, it's not that innovative because Brazen Abbot has been cranking out this style for 10 years now. A nice piece, but c'mon, it doesn't hold a candle to the three that came before.

We've had AOR, jam sessioned classic rock, and almost-metal with prog moments... now it's time for something else entirely. A slower pacing with doomy undertones and more progressive touches sprinkled over the top make for an epic that focuses its resources on resonating with inner restrained power and this darker, almost sinister atmosphere. Bob's vocals dip down into foreboding and then lift back up for the smooth bridge which includes some unsettling whispering to echo his wording. The keyboard runs absolutely wild right before song's close, ripping the breath away with their tensive release. "Let the Demon Rock N Roll", well who's going to stop him with a track like this? "I am the one behind the sun."

"A Deep Emotion" has a breathless AOR-esque quality. The music wraps itself around the pipes of Bob Harris lovingly, and the pompous bridge sequeways perfectly into the "lighters in the air" feel of the expansive chorus. If this was 1987, stadiums would be alit like a sea of constant glowing fireflies in the night. It reminds me of 80s Bon Jovi crossed with Giant's "If I See You In My Dreams", which is not a bad pedigree at all.

"Feel Like Burning" could easily have been created for Deep Purple's "Slaves and Masters" disc, which is a highly underrated piece of music I might add when experienced in its finer bits n pieces, although this would fall more along the lines of the poorer material from that one, such as "Fire in the Basement". The guitars scream and slice here with an electric cutting edge, and crazy organs fill up the cracks. It's not a bad selection but feels rather out of place amidst the others on here. I guess the quality checking police somehow overlooked this one.

"Mouth of Madness" pours it on heavier, with a comfortable slow headbanging rhythm that is almost hypnotic. It has a deep, sludgy feel underneath but it produced so clean with simple fat riffs creating the sludge illusion. The chorus just explodes with soaring vocals and I can't help but feel the Tony Martin era Black Sabbath vibes in this. Which is awesome, because that was in my opinion, some of the best work that band ever did, blasphemy as some may call it - so be it. This track sounds great, from the perfectly matched guitars to the pristine vocals.

"My Breath Away" is a slow builder, introducing one instrumental piece at a time and relies on the vocals to guide it into an anthemic chorus that brings down the house, and then some. The guitars create the rhythm at the opening, and have this warped heavy feel that is a complete 180 degree difference from the electric used to string bend itself into an emotional pretzel for the solo. Keyboardist Alessandro Del Vecchio is all over the place here as well, doing a fabulous job with the rather simple yet poignant piano that adds this fairy dust scattering texture to the proceedings. Very nice indeed.

Taking a cue from their band name is the final song, "Edge of Forever". Wistful vocals and acoustic set to match the atmosphere slide out of the way for a musical change that takes this straight into the heart of classic Malmsteen. Imagine the beautiful intricacies of the Edman era crossed with the pompous melodically powerful Vescera fronted period and this is likely what you would get. The verses are ice, chilling to the core, the chorus blazes with fire. The solo, is another beast entirely, starting off with this dark guitar sound that recalls "Marching Out" but then changes in the blink of an eye to strings that are frozen with emotion, you can feel the icy coolness in all its elemental beauty. Frozen and harsh, but still delicate and easily breakable, yet when broken, the pieces remaining can be deadly.

A song of that whirlwinds itself from one extreme to another and who get by without mentioning the vocal acrobatics of the frontman? He throws himself into this with all his might and holds a few notes that just amaze. What a killer ending tune, with its progressive touches that recall the subdued Stratovarius, the neo-classical overtones and the whole moody backdrop itself. Restrained throughout yet with this epic feel that never gets out of hand, even in this age of excess. Just glorious.

Edge of Forever had somehow managed to create a debut that was a flaming blaze of glory, and unlike so many bands that cannot live up to the expectations and hype for a follow-up, they have broken the barrier and managed to create a musical offering that could be considered to be superior in almost every aspect. A part of me, yearns for the neo-classical decadence that swept through "Feeding" like a wildfire, but truthfully, the songs on "Let the Demon" have a better chance at finding success in the recesses of the brain with their fatter hooks, more skilled song structures and more rounded and cohesive performances.

This is a must-have for anyone that still enjoys Rainbow, Deep Purple or the music of the Malmsteen maestro from these three bands' heydays. The music within this neat little package of modern nostalgia is varied enough to suck in a whirlpool like manner, a variety of metalheads, from those that like hard rock to those looking to nibble at some classy AOR that's edgier than fluff, and if you are seeking a soul searching ballad, they give you that too. Toss in an epic or two and you have one album that's incredible with only a single true miss step along the way, and even that is debatable. A highlight of the year, no doubt. Take a listen, and be enraptured by the musical magic that will take you to what could possibly be the glory of the Edge of Forever.

Rating: 9/10
GOTTHARD-Fight For Your Life-1997-Japan Only EP *320Kbps*-Melodic Hard Rock-

1.Fight For Your Life
2.Ride On
3.In The Name
4.He Ain´t Heavy,Her´s My Brother
5.Fist In Your Face
HOTSHOT-ST -2005- *192kBPS*-Melodic Hard Rock-

1. Intro 2. Love Don't Come Easy 3. Sweet Little Lucy 4. Always In My Heart 5. In The Groove 6. Love By The Numbers 7. Too Much Is Never Enough 8. Rock A Bye Baby 9. Bring On The Night 10. Hold On 11. Feels Like The First Time 12. I Can't Turn Back 13. Love Makes You Blind 14. The Heartache Of Love 15. Wildside

Personnel Mike Pont Vocals
Al Pitrelli Guitar
Bruno Ravel Bass, Vocals
Steve Savides Keyboards
Steve West Drums
Tony Bruno Guitar
Chuck Bonfonte Drums
Al Greenwood Keyboards
George Clinton Vocals, Guitar
T.C. Cook Bass, Vocals
Kurt Fairchild Drums, Vocals
Leslie West Guitar
Mike Frances Guitar
Timmy Starace Bass
Tracks 1. Intro 2. Love Don't Come Easy 3. Sweet Little Lucy 4. Always In My Heart 5. In The Groove 6. Love By The Numbers 7. Too Much Is Never Enough 8. Rock A Bye Baby 9. Bring On The Night 10. Hold On 11. Feels Like The First Time 12. I Can't Turn Back 13. Love Makes You Blind 14. The Heartache Of Love 15. Wildside

KINGDOM-Lost In The City-1988- *192Kbps*-Melodic Hard Rock,AOR (Awesome)

Personnel Bernie Kolbe lead vocals, bass
Cliff Jackson lead guitars, vocals
Volker Sassenberg keyboards, vocals
Freddy Diedrichs drums
Axel Ritt guitar, backing vocals
Tracks 1. Lost in the City 5:112. The Run 3:033. We Got Love 3:404. Sign From Your Heart 5:095. Waiting for Love 5:246. Riding Through the Night 5:027. Rollin' 3:388. Love Child 4:349. On the Line 3:5110. Back from Hell 4:55 Total Running Time: 44:27

Great AOR/Melodic Hard Rock album, Great album of Kingdom(Pre Domain)Alemanes with very good albums this without a doubt is happened disc of AOR and Hard Rock Melodico Mysterious since they practice a style asi of the class of Rock that we loved, Good injection of Keyboards Riff de Killer Guitarras a Mysterious voice Pump Lost a disc in the City, for Waiting Love, Riding Through the Night, We Got Love, Sign From Your Heart if you like Aidean or Mydra is for you in that wave 9/10

MASQUERADE-St-1992- *192Kbps* -Melodic Hard Rock,Metal

This band reminds very much tnt,stylewise they are very similar but dont go thinking this is a second rate version of the norweigan masters cause youll be dead wrong!!.this is a very high quality melodic rock album that you shouldnt avoid at any cost!.IMHO this is just as good as the 'tell no tales' album.great musicianship + superb material make this album an absolute classic.no matter the price...get this monster now!!!.

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Personnel Thomas Eric guitar
Tony Yoanson vocals
Marco Tapani drums
Henrik Lundberg bass
Tracks 1. Gimme All Your Love 4:542. Four Letter Words 3:503. Our Time Has Come 4:524. Sudden Love Affair 5:005. Ride With the Wind 3:596. Dawning of the Day 4:537. Le Baugdeux de Triomphe 0:458. Wild Child 4:099. Dancin' on the Edge 4:1710. Liaison 0:3311. Justice 3:2612. All Night All Day 4:4213. Give it a Shot 4:0714. Lonely World 2:50 Total Running Time: 52:17

NOVELLA-One Big Sky-1991- *128Kbps* -Melodic Hard Rock/AOR

Man is this a solid album. Very good band, some great songs and just a fine effort. Melodic rock / AOR fans will enjoy this one. Classy, reminding me a little of Giant.

Personnel Jonathan Pagano lead vocals, guitar, keyboards
Jon Spinola bass, backing vocals
Adam Gibson drums, percussion, backing vocals
Tracks 1. Do We Just Surrender 2. Running Home 3. Fire Eyes 4. I Need You 5. Whispers in the Night 6. Give Me Love 7. Lay it on Me 8. Who Are We to Say 9. Sweet Rising Sun 10. Big Sky
PETE WAY & MICHAEL SCHENKER-The Plot-2003- *192Kbps*-Hard Rock-

1. You and Me
2. Need Her Bad
3. Kicked Out
4. Miss You Tonight
5. Born Again
6. Take Another Shot
7. Shake Down
8. Senorita
9. Just My Luck
10. Wild Wild Things
11. Ain't Got You
12. Might as Well Go Drinking

The Plot is Michael Schenker (the German guitarist from UFO) and Pete Way (the British bassist from UFO, and also features the talents of former Badlands' drummer Jeff Martin. iI's pure rock n' roll and heavy rockin' mayhem, simple as that. Schenker dishes out his trademark, UFO-style solos on the release when vocalist Way steps back for the break. Diehard Schenker fans will want to have The Plot in their collections for completeness. The album was recorded while the Michael Schenker Studio in Scottsdale, Arizona was still going strong.
PRIVATE LIFE-Shadows-1988- *192Kbps*-Female fronted Melodic Hard Rock

Jennifer Blakeman keyboards
Jay Davis bass
Danny Johnson guitars
Kelly Breznik vocals
Lenny Campanaro drums

Produced by Eddie Van Halen


1. Put Out The Fire
2. Last Heartbeat
3. Don't Blame It On Love
4. Don't Let Go
5. Rockabye Angel
6. Spirit Free
7. Hold On
8. Runnin' The Race
9. Spider
10. Amazing Grace

Great album in the vein of Saraya, Heart, Venus & Mars and Vixen!

BABYLON A.D.-Nothing Sacred -1992- *192Kbps*

Genre: Melodic Metal
Label: Arista Records
Playing time: 51:16
Band homepage: Babylon A.D.
Take The Dog Off The Chain
Bad Blood
So Savage The Heart
Sacrifice Your Love
Down The River Of No Return
Psychedelic Sex Reaction
Dream Train
Blind Ambition
Slave Your Body
Of The Rose
Pray For The Wicked
Ten years ago, BABYLON A.D. released their second album and although, it went nearly unnoticed, "Nothing Sacred" is still a very good Melodic Rock/Metal album, that I always like to listen to. After their debut was strongly influenced by the Ponti/Pepe-Connection, the quintett shows now, that they are also able to write good and timeless stuff, which is on one hand very catchy, on the other hand it doesn't drown in the convential clichés of Melodic Rock, but they play more down to earth. Both melodies and the voice of fronter XYZ discern from most of the rest and if they present strong songs like "So Savage The Heart", "Redemption" or the driving "Psychedelic Sex Reaction", I will raise up my two thumbs! By the way, some people compare them with AEROSMITH, I just can feel that in "Dream Train", but there a lot! "Nothing Sacred" is just a great album and as genre fan, actually one can't pass "So Savage The Heart" and "Redemption"!

DHAMM-Dhamm-1995- *192Kbps*-Great Italian Melodic Rock,Have A Bite!

01. Controvento
02. Quando Cambierà
03. Irene
04. Quello Che Non Hai Avuto Mai
05. Suoneremo Ancora
06. Ad Un Passo Dal Cielo
07. HoBisogno Di Te
08. Johnny
09. Io Non Ci Sto
10. Tunnel (strumentale)
11. Voglio Stare Bene
12. Atmosphere (strumentale)
13. Amico
DEVICE-22B3 -1986 *256kBPS*-Melodic Rock/AOR

Device: Paul Engemann (vocals); Gene Black (guitar); Holly Knight (keyboards, bass, vocals).Device (Rock): Paul Engemann (vocals); Gene Black (guitars); Holly Knight (bass guitar).
Producer: Mike Chapman

1. Hanging On A Heart Attack (5:07)
2. Who Says (4:50)
3. Pieces On The Ground (5:55)
4. Tough And Tender (4:55)
5. When Love Is Good (4:46)
6. Didn't I Read Your Right (4:35)
7. Fall Apart, Golden Heart (4:30)
8. I've Got No Room For Your Love (4:58)
9. Who's On The Line (6:00)
10. Sand, Stone, Cobwebs And Dust (3:34)
X JAPAN-Ballad Collection *128Kbps*-Great album!

1. Forever Love 08:33
2. Longing (~Unchained Melody) (edit) 07:17
3. Endless Rain 06:31
4. Crucify My Love 04:31
5. Alive 08:20
6. Say Anything 08:37
7. Unfinished 04:25
8. Tears (edit) 07:07
9. Forever Love (last mix) 08:26
10. The Last Song (~memorial track) 11:23


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