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One Eye To Morocco
One Eye To Morocco is a solo album by Deep Purple vocalist Ian Gillan. The album material was written during the gap of Deep Purple's 2008 world tour, in the US. It was released on 6 March 2009 on Edel Records as CD, Limited Edition CD and Vinyl.
The Very Best Of
The Ultimate Collection
The Ultimate Collection is a compilation album released by the British rock group Uriah Heep. It features songs from their debut album ...Very 'Eavy ...Very 'Umble through their 1991 album Different World.
This Time Around
The Best of UFO (1974-1983)
The Best of UFO (1974–1983) is a greatest hits collection by the British hard rock band UFO, released in 2008. All songs were digitally remastered in 2007 and 2008.
Catch The Rainbow: The Anthology
Catch the Rainbow: The Anthology is a compilation album by the British hard rock band Rainbow, released in 2003.
Live at the Basement
Ken Hensley Live & Fire
Hair Of The Dog
Hair of the Dog is the sixth studio album by the Scottish hard rock band Nazareth, released in 1975. The album was recorded at Escape Studios, Kent, with additional recording and mixing at AIR Studios, London, and is the band's biggest selling album, having sold four million copies worldwide.
After three albums with Deep Purple's Roger Glover producing, Manny Charlton stepped into that position, one he filled for several subsequent albums.
It was Nazareth's first big hit album, including classics such as the title track, "Love Hurts", "Beggars Day" and "Please Don't Judas Me".
The album title is often considered to be a shortened form of the phrase describing a folk hangover cure, "the hair of the dog that bit you". However, according to Dan McCafferty, the title is a play on "heir of the dog", i.e. a "son of a bitch". This was the title the band had intended for the album, but the label did not approve and had the name changed.
The album was first reissued on CD in 1990. There are also remastered editions released since 1997 with different sets of bonus tracks.
On The Rocks
David Byron Band
This Is Guitar Gods Vol. 2
Live In London 1977
Paice Ashton Lord
A Light In The Sky
Still Payin' My Dues
Jailbreak (Deluxe Edition)
Jailbreak is the sixth studio album by Irish hard rock band Thin Lizzy, released in 1976. It proved to be the band's commercial breakthrough in the US, and the only Thin Lizzy album with a certification in that country. The singles include "Jailbreak" and "The Boys Are Back in Town", the latter being Thin Lizzy's biggest US hit, winning a 1976 NME Award for Best Single.
The Complete Albums 1979-1988
Hughes/Thrall is the self-titled, debut album by musical collaborators Glenn Hughes and Pat Thrall. It was released in 1982 on Boulevard Records and is, to date, their only album.
Shine (Deluxe Edition)
Transcendental Sky Guitar: the Phoenix & the Dragon, Vol. 1 & 2
Uli Jon Roth
Argus is the third album by the rock band Wishbone Ash. It is their most commercially and critically successful album. It peaked at No. 3 in the UK Albums Chart.
Kingdom Come is the debut album by German/US hard rock band Kingdom Come.
The album reached Number 12 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and obtained Gold certification from the RIAA.
Edge of the World
Never Turn Our Back On the Blues
The Moody Marsden Band
Edge of the World
Tipton, Entwistle & Powell
After The Storm
Still Got The Blues
Still Got the Blues is the eighth solo studio album by Northern Irish guitarist Gary Moore, released in 1990. It marked a substantial change in style for Moore, who, prior to this album, was predominantly known for rock and hard rock music with Skid Row, Thin Lizzy, G-Force, Greg Lake and during his own extensive solo career, as well as his jazz-fusion work with Colosseum II. As evidenced by its title, Still Got the Blues saw him delve into an electric blues style.
The album features guest contributions from Albert King, Albert Collins and George Harrison.
The title track was released as a single and reached No. 97 on the Billboard Hot 100 on 16 February 1991. To date, it is the only single of Moore's to chart on the Billboard Hot 100.
The album reached No. 83 on the Billboard 200 on 16 February 1991, then was certified gold by the RIAA on November 1995. This was the most successful album both in sales and chart positions from Gary Moore in the US.
Long Days Black Nights
Joe Lynn Turner
Wild Drive Home
The Best Of Cozy Powell
Line-Up: Remastered & Expanded Edition
No Parole from Rock 'n' Roll
No Parole from Rock 'n' Roll was the first album by the American heavy metal band Alcatrazz led by veteran singer Graham Bonnet, released in 1983. It spent seven weeks on the Billboard 200 albums chart, peaking at No. 128. It is considered by fans of the group to be the best Alcatrazz release and launched guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen into a glittering solo career. The album is most famous for the singles "Island in the Sun" and "Jet to Jet". Other notable offerings are "Hiroshima Mon Amour", for which a video was shot, "General Hospital" and "Incubus", a solo by Yngwie J. Malmsteen he continued to play during his solo career. It has always had a strong following in Japan and songs from which can still be found in karaoke bars today.
Jon Lord: To Notice Such Things, Evening Song, et al.
Medusa is the second studio album by English hard rock band Trapeze. Recorded in 1970 at Morgan Studios, it was produced by The Moody Blues bassist John Lodge and released in November 1970 by Threshold Records. The album was preceded by the release of the single "Black Cloud" in 1970.
Twilight's Last Gleaming
Phil Lynott's Grand Slam
Saints & Sinners
Saints & Sinners is the fifth studio album by English hard rock band Whitesnake, released in 1982. It peaked at number 9 on the UK Albums Chart.
Two of the tracks, "Crying in the Rain" and "Here I Go Again", were later re-recorded for their self-titled 1987 album.
Living Loud is the self-titled debut album by the hard rock project Living Loud, formed by bass guitarist Bob Daisley and drummer Lee Kerslake in 2003. Both men had previously recorded with Ozzy Osbourne, writing and recording on the Blizzard of Ozz and Diary of a Madman albums. Australian rock singer Jimmy Barnes and Deep Purple guitarist Steve Morse were also part of the project. Keyboard player Don Airey, who also worked on Osbourne's albums with Kerslake and Daisley, recorded his parts of the album at his home studio in London. Half the songs were originals and half were covers from Osbourne's first two albums, which Kerslake and Daisley had co-written.
Carolina County Ball
Carolina County Ball is the second studio album by the rock band Elf, released as an LP in 1974 on the MGM label. It was released in the United States and Japan as L.A.59. The first album to feature bassist Craig Gruber.
Tygers Of Pan Tang
The Butterfly Ball and the Grasshopper's Feast
The Butterfly Ball and the Grasshopper's Feast is a concept album and subsequent live rock opera appearing in 1974 and 1975 respectively, based on the children's poem of a similar title. The album cover design is from Alan Aldridge's design for a 1973 book based on the poem.
The album spawned a hit song, "Love Is All," which reached Number 1 in the Netherlands and Belgium.
Written in the Stars
The Balls Album
Pat Travers & Carmine Appice
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