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CD Review- Styx- The Mission

CD Review Styx The Mission 2017 Alpha Dog 2T/UMe Records Release Date: June 16, 2017 By: Thom Jennings Styx surprised their fan base with the announcement of their first album of new material in 14 years. The Mission is an … Continue reading

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CD Review- Jack Russell’s Great White

CD Review Jack Russell’s Great White He Saw It Comin’ Frontiers Music Released January 27, 2017 Review” Joseph Suto ☆☆☆☆ The long wait is finally over. He Saw It Comin’ is the latest album by Jack Russell and the first … Continue reading

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CD Review- Green Day

CD Review Green Day Revolution Radio Reprise 2016 Review: Joseph Suto ✰✰✰✰½   Green Day are back with their new studio release Revolution Radio. It marks a return to an album with a direction and purpose following the band’s trilogy … Continue reading

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CD Review- Sting

CD Review Sting 57th & 9th 2016 A&M/Interscope Records ✰✰✰✰ By: Dave Leary Producer: Martin Kierszenbaum Much has been made of this being Sting’s first “pop/rock” album in over a decade. After writing a musical and recording in the classical … Continue reading

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CD Review- Bruce Hornsby

CD Review Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers Rehab Reunion 2016 ✰✰✰✰ Producer: Bruce Hornsby Review: Dave Leary Anyone who has followed Bruce Hornsby for the last 30 years (and not just his commercial peak in the late ‘80s) has learned … Continue reading

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CD Review- Paul Simon

CD Review Paul Simon Stranger To Stranger Concord Records 2016 Producers: Paul Simon and Roy Halee Review: Dave Leary ✰✰✰✰ If there were a Mount Rushmore of American songwriters, Paul Simon would have to be on it. This is his … Continue reading

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