CD Reviews

We will give our honest opinions on the latest CD releases. We will tell you if it is worthy to buy, download or stay clear of.

Our Ratings

☆☆☆☆☆ – the best rating one could ever hope to obtain. Needless to say a MUST have for your collection.

☆☆☆☆  –  Cd can be left in and enjoyed thoroughly. A high point in an artist’s career. Highly Recommended.

☆☆☆-      Any CD worthy of a 3-star rating is OK in my book. Has some very good quality tunes. Can pretty much be played all the way through with very little skipping of tracks.

☆☆       – a sub-par effort that even with repeated listens it still doesn’t do anything for you other than perhaps one decent tune or so.

☆       – One to stay clear of for sure. Probably skipping or changing songs rapidly.

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Artist Album
Collective Soul Vibrating


Artist Album
The Pretty Reckless Who You Selling For
Jack Russell’s Great White He Saw It Comin’


Artist Album
Clutch Psychic Warfare
Don Henley Cass County
Motörhead Bad Magic
P.O.D. Awakening
Scorpions Return To Forever
Everclear Black Is The New Black
John Wetton Anthology
John Wetton & The Les Paul Trio New York Minute
Nelson Peace Out
Steven Wilson Hand. Cannot. Erase.
Hinder When The Smoke Clears
Danko Jones Fire Music
Whitesnake The Purple Album
Zac Brown Band Jekyll + Hyde
Alabama Shakes Sound & Color
Dwight Yoakum Second Hand Heart
Todd Rundgren Ranking Rundgren’s Albums
Toto XIV
Europe War Of Kings
Red Of Beauty And Rage
Kate Pierson Guitars And Microphones


Artist Album
Asia Gravitas


Artist Album
Goo Goo Dolls Magnetic
Queensrÿche Frequency Unknown
Kingdom Come Outlier
Buckcherry Confessions
Green Day Uno!/Dos!/Tre!
Jimi Jamison Never Too Late


Artist Album
Van Halen A Different Kind Of Truth
Shinedown Amaryllis
Madonna MDNA
Train California 37
Asia XXX
Susanna Hoffs Someday
Aerosmith Music From Another Dimension
Marillion Sounds That Cannot Be Made
Garbage Not Your Kind Of People
Hinder Welcome To The Freakshow
Green Day Uno/Dos/Tre

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