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gdazegod
11-12-2017 19:24
Articles coming up: Phil Lanzon, JSS, Sons of Apollo, Burn (UK), Wildness, Dante Fox, Michael Stanley.

GDM Tester
11-12-2017 09:38
Shoutbox test to the Public.

gdazegod
11-12-2017 07:59
Not a lot of movement in the Rock Candy reissue world. However, our Catalog page for them has been updated. Refer Menu: Other> Catalogs > Rock Candy Records.

gdazegod
11-12-2017 07:16
I read somewhere that Donald Trump watches 8 hours of television every day. How is that possible? Is he scanning for fake news?

jefflynnefan
10-12-2017 17:06
lol @ George!

englandashes
10-12-2017 10:07
Just started watching them all again, while halfway through the books......Winter is here in snowbound Castle Rushden.....

gdazegod
10-12-2017 02:32
We may have nuked ourselves out of existence by then.. Shock

jefflynnefan
10-12-2017 00:19
Sophie Turner (Sansa) says GOT Season 8 final won't air until 2019! That's a long wait!

gdazegod
09-12-2017 22:10
Good results for both Burnley and West Ham overnight. But who can stop the runaway train Man City?

Nick C
09-12-2017 05:28
Haha! They get paid to try and intellectualise a sport that has no characteristics of being an intellectual pastime, like many sports...just play the game and cut the waffle.

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De Young, Dennis - 1984 Desert Moon
If you're a die-hard Styx fan, or looking for something completely off the wall, then this one's for you.

De Young, Dennis - 1988 Boomchild
At his best DeYoung is the consummate showman, although at his worst his sense of theatrics can border on the kitsch (e.g. 'Kilroy Was Here' being a step too far for me). 'Boomchild' is compelling evidence of the man at the top of his game and an album I play as regularly as anything he produced in his heyday with Styx.

De Young, Dennis - 2007 One Hundred Years From Now
Dennis DeYoung appears to have enjoyed something of a renaissance of late, releasing a solid live recording a couple of years ago and now a new studio album of original compositions - his first in over 10 years. 'One Hundred Years From Now' marks a return to former glories, with a hard rockin' approach and less theatrics than of yore.