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Haley Harkin “Rooted”

Haley Harkin

Tonight we are going take a listen to Haley Harkin’s new album Rooted so let’s get started. The first track is Easy, this a very and basic guitar and a vocal song about heartbreak with some type of love. Just the beautiful cut of guitar and vocals that remind me of folk songs. The second […]

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Blizzard Of Ozz

Ozzy Osbourne original review from 1980

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Nukinda Whales

Today we are reviewing the self-titled album “Nukinda Whales.” The first track “Alot of Jaam” is a nice relaxing acoustic instrumental with smooth lead guitar tracks that bring the song to life. If you close your eyes, you can let this tune take you on a special trip around the world. This track is a […]

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Mo Jiles Band “Tornado” Single

Mo Jiles Band

I don’t normally review singles but these guys have an awesome song. The first ten seconds almost blow you away, that riff is a great addition to the song. The vocal track steps right into the harmony with the melody of the tune. Tornado is a great song with a power-packed rock song that explodes […]

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Judas Priest Firepower

We are reviewing the newest Judas Priest Album Firepower. From the first track to the last this album screams Judas Priest, so let’s get started, the first track Firepower is a powerful metal song beginning with an awesome guitar riff. Rob Halford’s vocals have never sounded better. Great double bass drums before the guitar solo […]

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Vo Rider – White Cloud

Vo Rider White Cloud

Vo Rider _ White Cloud Our first song on this evenings review is titled “Time’s Up”  which is a nice instrumental song with a smooth lead track and a calming tune. It has very cool breaks and bridges that give it that something special.  “Skeptical” is the second track and we fall into a strangely […]

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Corrosion Of Conformity – No Cross No Crown Review

Corrosion of Conformity

  Corrosion Of Conformity – No Cross No Crown The first song “Nous Deus” has a Black Sabbath feel to it for being a short song. The second track “Sacred Isolation” is another short but sweet song with an ominous sound. Track 3 “Old Disaster” stars with a kick and doesn’t disappoint throughout. The vocal […]

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Blue October ‘I Hope You’re Happy’ Review

Blue October

Blue October’s ninth album ‘I Hope You’re Happy’ is a strong album generally upbeat sounds in the music which is mostly a mixture of rock and roll, dance, other 80′s influences, true indie, pop and more. The title track and “How To Dance In Time” are the album’s lead songs, also have awesome uplifting melodies […]

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Blake Shelton’s “Texoma Shore” Review

Blake Shelton

From the first to the last song Texoma Shore is a great listen. Starting with the first track, I’ll Name the dogs which is an awesome happy country song with great melodies and harmonies. The lyric makes this a fun song and Blake is really coming into his own style of country vocals. The second […]

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Six String Show By Roger Prater Review

roger prater

This singer-songwriter is pouring his heartache all over the first song. She don’t love me anymore is a perfect heartbreak song. The second track “Just a man” is another view into this songwriters talent. Nice mellow tune with a beautiful message for life. The third track “Outskirts of town” is a great piece of Americana […]

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