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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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Money, Eddie - 1977 Eddie Money
Released in 1977, It's hard to call 'Eddie Money' a pure AOR release as the genre was still trying to find a definitive identity. It is however a strong debut filled with great pieces of straight ahead rock and roll.

Money, Eddie - 1978 Life For The Taking
'Life For The Taking' is Eddie Money's second album and arguably his best..

Money, Eddie - 1983 Where's The Party
The crazy thing is it has always been passed off as a failure or retread of 'No Control'. I disagree, even if it sounds a lot like his 1981 hit in some spots it includes material any melodic rock/AOR fan will love.

Money, Eddie - 1986 Can't Hold Back
1986's 'Can't Hold Back' was a (sort of) comeback album for the 'Money-Man' - Eddie Money. Columbia Records continued to back Money, and they were justified with the success of this album, which went gold pretty quickly, and easily made the top 10 charts, and two top 20 singles.