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| ||David Byron Take No Prisoners|
Byron's voice is great, and there are a few good moments, but overall this is quite boring and utterly forgettable.
| ||Livin' Blues Blue Breeze|
This is quite different than their previous output, as it sounds more modern and less like the classic blues of their first albums. Still very good.
| ||Morifade Possession of Power|
This is somewhat by the numbers European power metal, but at the same time it's quite enjoyable due to the solid songwriting and the impeccable execution.
| ||Ringo Starr Ringo|
As good as the weaker cute Beatles material, without the rest of the amazing songs propelling almost each of their albums to legendary status. Still enjoyable though.
| ||Stephen Stills Stephen Stills|
This is part of the four albums released by CSNY after Deja Vu[/i], which show how talented and inspired they were back then. As such, its sound is really close to that of the aforementioned album and also features performances by legends such as Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr and Booker T. Jones.
| ||The Doobie Brothers The Captain and Me|
Learned about these guys from "Long Train Runnin?', but these guys are so much more as they can easily move between southern rock or blues a la "The Thrill is Gone" on "Dark Eyed Cajun Woman". This is arguably their best album and a really soulful trip.
| ||Possessed Steel Aedris|
Cool Canadian steel, even though I expected something better by these guys, as a result of their EPs. Better songwriting would help, and the same applies for the drums which could be less in the background resulting in a somewhat harmless sound.
|Dewinged hahaha that's amazing man, gotta love that medieval folk. I've been exposing my girl to heavy metal since day one, she doesn't know what awaits her muahahahaha|
|Dewinged The first month was a nightmare, but the second has been better, and also the wife is covering the night shift so I'm not a mess during work, lucky me. Can't wait for her to go around destroying my vinil collection and throwing the ps4 controller against the new TV, it's gonna be great!|
|Dewinged haha thanks brother! yeah she's 2 months tomorrow, time flies! She's growing beautifully, I'm a happy man ;)|
|Dewinged Nah no one featured it, but maybe because I just completed it a few minutes ago! I had the whole template ready in RYM so i was copy pasting slowly due to the sheer amount of content.|