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Opera Omnia - The Complete Works
Games People Play
Pink Cream 69
Games People Play is the third studio album by Pink Cream 69. It was the final album with Andi Deris on vocals.
Dead Winter Dead
Dead Winter Dead is the ninth studio album by the American heavy metal band Savatage, released in 1995. It is a concept album, dealing with a Serb boy and a Muslim girl who fall in love. The story of the album also focused on the Bosnian War, which was ongoing at the time.
This album featured the return of guitarist Chris Caffery, who featured on Savatage's 1989 release Gutter Ballet. Alex Skolnick, who had played guitars on Savatage's previous album Handful of Rain, opted not to stay around for the next album in order to concentrate on his solo band. Singer Jon Oliva took drummer Jeff Plate from the Handful of Rain tour, and brought in his old friend Caffery, former member and Doctor Butcher member to join the band. Atlantic Records also felt that the band needed a second, more well-known guitarist to complete the line-up. Al Pitrelli, formerly a member of Alice Cooper's touring band, became the lead guitarist for the band.
This record gave the band an unexpected radio hit in "Christmas Eve", and the band decided they wanted to explore this kind of music in a different way.
Dukebox is a compilation album by Jørn Lande's solo project Jorn, released on August 28, 2009.
The album features songs from Jorn's previous solo albums, Starfire, Worldchanger, Out to Every Nation, The Duke, and Lonely Are The Brave.
Like The Gathering, most of the songs on the album are re-mastered. The album contains "many highlights" from Jorn's previous solo albums and was said that it "will be an interesting item for all die-hard fans and 'newcomers' as well," according to a press release.
Future World is the second album by the Danish hard rock/heavy metal band Pretty Maids. The album was released by CBS in 1987. By 1990, the album had sold 300,000 copies worldwide. The album charted at number 165 on the Billboard 200 in the United States.
Future World was produced by Eddie Kramer, who was fired during the recording sessions because he fell asleep at the mixing console, according to guitarist Ken Hammer. The band then finished the album with engineer Chris Isca, who was credited as co-producer on the album. Mixing duties were shared between Metallica, Rainbow and Morbid Angel producer Flemming Rasmussen, and Kevin Elson, known for producing multiplatinum albums by Journey, Mr. Big and Europe.
Collision Course... Paradox II is the ninth studio album released by the band Royal Hunt and the first to feature American singer Mark Boals.
Streets Of Fire
Streets of Fire is the second album of the hard rock band Place Vendome. The songwriting for this album was provided by Torsti Spoof, Ronny Milianowicz, Robert Säll and Magnus Karlsson.
A music video was filmed for the song My Guardian Angel on YouTube, marking the visual return of vocalist Michael Kiske since 1996.
It was released on 20 February 2009 with cover art credited to Carl André Beckston.
Watching in Silence
Circle II Circle
Watching in Silence is the debut astudio album by the American heavy metal band Circle II Circle, released in 2003. It featured guest appearances from lead vocalist Zachary Stevens's former band mates from Savatage, Jon Oliva and Chris Caffery, who co-wrote most of the songs on the album.
Jon Oliva`s Pain
Maniacal Renderings is a 2006 release by Jon Oliva's Pain. It was their first full-length studio recording released for new label, AFM Records.
The album features material and riffs recorded by Jon's late brother, Criss Oliva. Oliva says that he moves around a lot and his wife found a box of old cassette tapes inside a shoebox, with Criss's handwriting on it. Jon says that during their days in Savatage, the two would write, practice and record music, then swap so they could finish each other's songs. Jon says that there is plenty of material from the box that could be used in future works.
Criticize the Truth
The House of Atreus Act 1 & 2
Emotional Fire is the third album from Sunstorm, an AOR project formed by former Rainbow singer Joe Lynn Turner and featuring members of German rock band Pink Cream 69. On Emotional Fire Turner pays tribute to his 1980's sessions as a backing vocalist for the likes of Michael Bolton and Cher. The album was released on February 28, 2012 by Frontiers Records.
The Essence of Glory
No Place in Heaven: The Very Best of the Noise Years 1984-1987
Cats and Dogs
Cats and Dogs is the sixth studio album by Swedish hard rock band Talisman released on 12 May 2003 on Frontiers Records.
The release of the album was followed by a tour in Europe, which included a headlining slot at Gods of AOR Festival in the UK, a performance at Frontiers Showcase in Italy, a new appearance at the Sweden Rock Festival and a show at the Lokerse Festival in Belgium
One Acoustic Night
One Acoustic Night is a live video released by Bonfire in 2005. It was a two disc set, the first featured the band playing an acoustic live set and the second featured extra material.
Game of Sins
Axel Rudi Pell
Best for Sale!
Face The Truth
Face the Truth is the second solo album by John Norum, the guitarist in the Swedish hard rock band Europe. It was released in 1992.
Former Black Sabbath / Deep Purple vocalist Glenn Hughes sang several of the songs on the album. The song "Opium Trail" is a cover version of the Thin Lizzy song. "We Will Be Strong" is a duet with Europe vocalist Joey Tempest, which is not included on the American edition of the album.
The Swedish special edition contains a biography for John Norum, written in Swedish.
A Touch of Heaven
Last Autumn's Dream
Shadows & Silhouettes
Roots of Hate
The Absolute Best Of
Once Bitten... is the first album of British-Norwegian Hard rock supergroup The Snakes, released in August 1998.
The album was produced by TNT guitarist Ronni Le Tekrø and engineered by TNT touring keyboardist Dag Stokke.
It was the band's first and only album under the name The Snakes, as later albums were released as "The Company of Snakes" which featured founding members Bernie Marsden and Micky Moody with a completely new line-up.
Light of Dawn
Light of Dawn is the second album by the hard rock/power metal band Unisonic. It was released on 1 August 2014, with cover art credited to Martin Häusler.
Dennis Ward stated about the album title & artwork: "The song Throne of the Dawn was originally titled Light of the Dawn but the lyrics became another concept during songwriting. However, we still felt strongly about the title and thought that it fit very well to the artwork. Every day has its dawn, a new beginning, a fresh start".
The majority of the songs were written by Dennis Ward, with further input from Michael Kiske and Mandy Meyer. A music video was filmed for the song "Exceptional".
The album entered several international music charts, scoring the highest entries on the Finnish albums chart, German albums chart, Swiss albums chart, Czech albums chart and Japanese albums chart.
Battle of Leningrad
Ring of Fire
The Third Cage
Tour De Force
Coup De Grace
The Best (Of)
Living On the Edge
Jeff Scott Soto
Forever in Time
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