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Roadmaster - 1976 Roadmaster
'Roadmaster' the album has often been described as the band's weakest link, though longtime fans needn't feel discouraged as there are a surprising number of good songs on offer, which gives us a glimpse into the keyboard laden future.

Roadmaster - 1978 Sweet Music
Remember the quote out of the first edition of the Heavy Metal Encyclopedia, referring to Roadmaster as 'America's premier pomp band.' It went on to say 'the harmonies will make you sweat with delight..' And so it was, written in no uncertain terms that this was a band that became much sought after within the pomp rock/AOR genre.

Roadmaster - 1979 Hey World
'Hey World' was a continuation from 'Sweet Music'. Whereas that album had two distinct sides of music (some not so good, the other very good), 'Hey World' has carried on using the better elements.

Roadmaster - 1980 Fortress
For this record they shed some of the involved pomp tendencies of previous albums, and concentrated on the kind of crisp and melodic AOR that would provide the soundtrack for the eighties.

Roadmaster - 1989 Live + 5
With a history that goes way back into time, this album is an epitaph of 7 live favourites plus 5 additional tracks recorded live in a studio in 1989, some years after the band retired.

Roadmaster - 1994 One For The Road: Live! [Video]
Long and loud and lots of chrome captured live at the Vogue Theatre on August 26, 1993.

Roadmaster - 2001 Interview with Toby Myers
Though they released only four albums and were unable to truly break out of their regional base, there is still a bit of mystique about the band and their musical history. Thankfully, we have been fortunate to tap into this vast reservoir of history spanning those few years with original bassist Toby Myers.