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Collateral - 2 Disc Collectors Edition [DVD]
Collateral - 2 Disc Collectors Edition [DVD]
Dvd ~ Tom Cruise
Offered by Jasuli
Price: 2.67

4 of 29 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Short version., 17 May 2009
Rubbish film - what should have happened is this: Hit man bungles first execution as his victim crashes through a window and on to his waiting taxi cab below. Hit man realising that the taxi driver now knows what he's up to shoots and kills him, and then disappears in to the night to continue his work undetected, and with another "unsuspecting chauffeur". Film ends.

Tom Cruise doesn't do reality though, so what we get is a rather ludicrous tale of how a top hit-man is eventually beaten by an every-man taxi driver.

Wow!!!


Unleashed in the East [CASSETTE]
Unleashed in the East [CASSETTE]

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Beyond The Realms Of death LIVE - AND ONLY HERE!!!, 25 July 2008
The track listing for this is wrong.

As well as the normal 9 tracks from the original vinyl release, the cassette also has the 3 original extra tracks from the EP that was given away with initial copies of the album.

Beyond The Realms Of Death (Live) on side one, and Hell Bent For Leather, and Rock Forever (both Live) on side two - which are the same versions as the remastered CD.

Beyond The Realms Of Death however, is from the same recordings, but completely unavailable anywhere else, and is probably the ultimate version of the song, as are most of the others on this album.

Definately worth picking up, if only to own this very scarce recording of Priest's very own Stairway To Heaven.


Nostradamus
Nostradamus
Price: 9.77

12 of 16 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars THERE'S ACTUALLY A PRIEST ALBUM IN THERE SOMEWHERE!!!, 27 Jun 2008
This review is from: Nostradamus (Audio CD)
Anyone having difficulty getting into JP's latest lengthy & rather weighty opus should give the following a go. Instead of trawling through the 100 plus, double album - just select the following track listing on to a CDR or ipod playlist etc, and hear a much leaner, faster & more familiar metallic 80 min (single disc) version.

1. Dawn Of Creation
2. Prophecy
3. Awakening
4. Revelations
5. Sands Of Time
6. Pestilence & Plague
7. Death
8. Peace
9. Conquest
10. Persecution
11. Alone
12. Shadows In The Flame
13. Visions
14. Calm Before The Storm
15. Nostradamus
16. Future Of Mankind

Believe me, it works! Now, I know a lot of people are making a bit of a song & dance about this, but to be honest, I've found the whole bloated, over keyboard (guitar synth) washed affair quite dull (in places). I can see why they've done what they have etc, but to my mind, sometimes concept albums don't always pick the best songs per say, they just pick the best song that fits into the idea of the album. Therefore, cut the fat, I say.

The Four Horsemen
War
Lost Love
Solitude
Exiled
Hope
New Beginnings

These songs are all surplus to requirements, either rhythmn guitar challanged, mid-paced, or dreary ballad plodders.

Once you've got into the best bits, you can always go back to the full "Director's Cut" version - Exiled & War aren't that bad (not sure I'll ever be able to accept New Beginnings though).

There's a very good Judas Priest album in here, and I think I might just have found it.
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Nostradamus (Deluxe Edition w/ 48 page hardback booklet)
Nostradamus (Deluxe Edition w/ 48 page hardback booklet)
Price: 23.86

4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars THERE IS ACTUALLY A PRIEST ALBUM IN THERE!, 27 Jun 2008
Anyone having difficulty getting into JP's latest lengthy & rather weighty opus should give the following a go. Instead of trawling through the 100 mins plus, double album - just select the following track listing on to a CDR or ipod playlist etc, and hear a much leaner, faster & more familiar metallic 80 min (single disc) version.

1. Dawn Of Creation
2. Prophecy
3. Awakening
4. Revelations
5. Sands Of Time
6. Pestilence & Plague
7. Death
8. Peace
9. Conquest
10. Persecution
11. Alone
12. Shadows In The Flame
13. Visions
14. Calm Before The Storm
15. Nostradamus
16. Future Of Mankind

Believe me, it works! Now, I know a lot of people are making a bit of a song & dance about this, but to be honest, I've found the whole bloated, over keyboard (guitar synth) washed affair quite dull (in places). I can see why they've done what they have etc, but to my mind, sometimes concept albums don't always pick the best songs per say, they just pick the best song that fits into the idea of the album. Therefore, cut the fat, I say.

The Four Horsemen
War
Lost Love
Solitude
Exiled
Hope
New Beginnings

These songs are all surplus to requirements, either rhythmn guitar challanged, mid-paced, or dreary ballad plodders.

Once you've got into the best bits, you can always go back to the full "Director's Cut" version - Exiled & War aren't that bad (not sure I'll ever be able to accept New Beginnings though).

There's a very good Judas Priest album in here, and I think I might just have found it.


Headhunter
Headhunter
Price: 6.75

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars KROKUS' METAL ALBUM - ROB HALFORD APPROVED!, 11 Nov 2007
This review is from: Headhunter (Audio CD)
Long considered, and quite rightly so, to be AC/DC wannabes (check out their 3 excellent early albums "Metal Rendez-vous", "Hardware" & "One Vice At A Time" for proof), Krokus really came of age with the release of this their 4th album. Produced by Judas Priest associate Tom Allom in 1983 (between 82's Screaming For Vengeance & 84's Defenders Of The Faith albums), this even boasts having Rob Halford adding backing vocals on the track "Ready To Burn". However, the real meat in this mighty metal sandwich are the brutal opening title-track, plus equally blood-hungry & carnivorous "Night Wolf". Coupled with two very excellent & quite mature efforts in power ballad "Screaming In The Night" & the super-cool radio-friendly groove of "Stayed Awake All Night". The album also ends on a high with the guitar-effects heavy "White Din" which heralds closing track "Russian Winter" which charges along at great pace warning of the perils of fighting in the most inhospitable of environments. All in all, this is a classic metal album, brimming with fire, attitude & melody.


Humanity - Hour I
Humanity - Hour I
Price: 6.78

5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Desmond Child influenced "rock" with a small "R"!, 7 Jun 2007
This review is from: Humanity - Hour I (Audio CD)
Up points - this is a superbly produced, quality ladden, dripping in melody and modern sounding release with catchy hooks all over the place, from one of the best heavy rock bands around.

Down points - apart from the excellent opener Hour 1, the band never seem to get out of a rather ploddy third gear. There are other "rocky" numbers such as The Game Of Life, 321 and The Cross, but the heavy rythmn guitar work is kept to a minimum and used sparingly in short chuggy bursts similar to that of Linkin Park and Evanescence.

Similarly, there does appear to be an over abundance of (power) ballads too - quite possibly four, though so many of the songs start promisingly and then descend into acoustic (soft) rock blandness.

Having looked at the accompanying booklet, it would seem that this album has the very (un)heavy hand of producer and commercial hit co-writer (I Was Made For Lovin' You by KISS, Poison by Alice Cooper, Dude Looks Like A Lady by Aerosmith and You Give Love A Bad Name and Livin' On A Prayer by Bon Jovi) Desmond Child stamped throughout - he even claims ownership of the Humanity concept (does that make this a concept album then?), so I'm wondering just how much of a real Scorpions album this actually is.

Certainly, better than later releases such as Face The Heat, Pure Instinct and Eye II Eye (oh dear, oh dear), but for true Heavy Rock lovers check 2004's Unbreakable out first, where the blood is far too hot!!!


Gods Of War
Gods Of War
Price: 17.93

4 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The Runes Translated - By Heavy Metal Dave., 25 April 2007
This review is from: Gods Of War (Audio CD)
GODS OF WAR.

In every great mythology, there are powerful beings worshipped, respected and feared as bringers of victory, battle and death. These terrifying deities are the Gods of War. Gods of War is Manowar,s first entry in a cycle of concept albums, each a tribute to a different war god.

Opening with the booming orchestra piece, Overture to the Hymn of the Immortal Warriors, an epic tone is set for an album beyond anything Manowar has ever done before. This album is a tribute to Odin, almighty father of the Norse gods and details the history and exploits of this storied character. His power and wisdom were unmatched among the gods and he was paid tribute with human sacrifice on the battlefield, as heard on the song The Sons Of Odin. In Norse mythology, no being is more powerful than Odin, allfather of the gods, creator of the world of men, god of magic, wisdom and war. One can imagine that Odin, also known as Wotan, displayed a rather imposing countenance. Wearing a wide-brimmed hat low over his face and having sacrificed one of his eyes to the purifying waters of Mimir,s spring beneath the root of the world tree in exchange for the wisdom of the ages.

Odin was not only god of war, but also lord of the hunt, the slain and poetic muse. Able to change his shape at will, Odin often travelled the earth in the guise of a mortal wanderer constantly gaining knowledge. Manowar pays homage to this high lord of Asgard in the epic canticle Odin, which recounts the great deity,s journey of self sacrifice which ended in the attainment of supreme power.

The world of the Norse gods was divided into separate realms. Asgard was the dwelling place of the gods of Aesir, while the ancient race of gods known as Vanir dwelled in Vanaheim. Midgard was the earthbound land of humans. Valhalla was a great hall that housed the Einherjar, the souls of great warriors who died a valiant death in battle who were escorted there by Odin,s beautiful horseback riding warrior women, the Valkyries. There were also the realms of Muspellheim, a flaming hell-world, and Niflheim, the icy realm ruled by the goddess Hel. All of these worlds were connected by a central tree known as Yggdrasil or the world tree, with Asgard being at the very top.

Odin was the first and most powerful of the Aesir. Together with his brothers Ve and Vili, Odin overthrew the frost giant Ymir and created the world from pieces of the slain titan,s body. After this Odin fathered several children with several wives. With his first wife Frigg, he fathered Baldr, god of happiness, goodness and beauty. With the earth goddess Jord, Odin also sired his most famous son, Thor, the thunder god.

Odin was also attributed with several mystical allies and tools. At one point, the Aesir fought a great war against the Vanir. During this battle, Mimir,s head was severed, sent to Odin, who would consult it as an oracle. In battle and during the hunt, Odin would brandish the sacred spear Gungir, which was forged by dwarves and had the magical power to always hit it,s target. This led to Odin also being called Lord of the spear. Odin was also accompanied by two wolves, Geri and Freki, who represented greed and ravenous hunger, two ravens, Huginn and Muninn who represented thought and memory and would observe and report earthly goings on for the war god. Perhaps the most famous of Odin,s mystical allies was Sleipnir. The eight legged horse Sleipnir was the offspring of Loki, Odin,s blood brother and god of mischief. This magnificent colt was the swiftest on earth and could traverse land, sea and air, as well as carrying Odin into the land of the dead when necessary. This great steed would also carry the dead to Valhalla over the great rainbow bridge, Bifrost. The tale of Sleipnir can be heard in the song that bears his name.

Valhalla, Odin,s great hall of the slain, is perhaps as well known as the great god himself. Situated in Gladsheim, Valhalla is a massive hall with hundreds of doors. It,s roof, walls and benches made of shields, spears and armour. The hall is so huge that there will always be room enough for all worthy occupants and is wide enough for hundreds of warriors to walk through shoulder to shoulder. Valhalla is used as a barracks for the army of the Einherjar who will assist Odin and the Aesir at Ragnarok. Each day these vanquished warriors will engage in practice battles to prepare for the ultimate comflict before returning to the hall for a great feast of meat and mead. Manowar tells the tale of these great warriors in the song, The Army Of The Dead, Hymn Of The Einherjar. Anyone who is not worthy of Valhalla will be sent to Hel, the lair of the dead from which the word Hell is derived, which is located beneath Niflheim.

Odin would often go on adventures in search of more knowledge. At one point, Odin had hung upon the Yggdrasil for nine days and nights without food or drink, slashed with a spear and sacrificed, in order to learn the secrets of the universe and the secret of the runes, which granted Odin magical powers unlike any other. In this epic fantasy tale Manowar tells us that as his blood ran down the tree, it mixed with the rain and wind and where it fell to the earth, up sprang Odin,s four immortal sons. All of this is brought to life in the song, The Blood Of Odin. It actually makes one feel as if we are there on the battlefield with Odin.

On another occasion Odin disguised himself as a mortal to trick the giants Suttung and Baugi into letting him drink the mead of poetry. Odin tricked Baugi into boring a hole through the mountain that housed the mead, then transformed himself into a snake and crawled inside. Once inside the mountain stronghold, Odin courted Suttung,s daughter Gunnlod for three nights, each night drinking his fill of the mead. Changing himself into the shape of an eagle, Odin then escaped to Asgard with Suttung in hot pursuit. As Odin prepared to empty the mead into containers the gods had prepared for him, he spilled a bit of the mead of inspiration outside of the walls of Asgard, thus allowing mankind to have access to the sacred drink and it,s powers of muse.

It is said that at Ragnarok, the epic battle at the end of the world, the Aesir will battle their enemies Loki and his offspring, who will sail from the north, as well as the army of Jotuns, who will sail from the east aboard Naglfar, a ship made of fingernails of the dead/ However, the gods will be assisted by the Minherjar. The titanic battle will take place at Vigrid Plain, the great battlefield. The titular anthem, Gods Of War, features the sounds of these marching armies, set to do battle to the bloods end. During Ragnarok, Odin will be devoured whole by Fenrir, the gigantic wolf. After a fantastic and brutal battle, Thor will also fall, exchanging death blows with Jormungand, the massive serpent that is coiled around Midgard. Most of the universe will be torn asunder and the gods will die admirable deaths in battle. Sol the sun and Mani the moon will be devoured by the wolves Skoll and Hati and the stars will vanish from the sky, plunging the earth into darkness. The earth will shake, forests will topple and mountains will crumble. All of the gods are already aware of their fates and look forward to this battle with great relish.

Gods Of War tells an epic tale that has existed for almost as long as modern human civilization, reminiscent of classical composer Richard Wagner,s The Ring Of The Nibelung, four part cycle. Over the course of twenty six years, Wagner worked painstakingly to tell, without words, the story of a magic ring that grants power over all of existence and the struggles of man, gods and mythical creatures to win this sacred prize.

In fact, Odin is one of the main characters in the ring cycle as he inspires the human, Siegfried, to capture the ring. Siegfried is then slain in battle and his lover, the Valkyrie Brunnhilde, daughter of Odin, returns the ring to the Rhine, thus inciting Ragnarok and the destruction of the gods. All of this is orchestrated by Odin.

Divided into four parts, Das Rheingold, Die Walcure, Siegfried and Gotterdammerung, The Ring Cycle is truly an epic musical composition that has stood the test of time. It was this incredible piece of music that inspired Manowar to create their own multi-part epic. By utilizing both song structures and dramatic narrations, such as Glory, Majesty and Unity, Manowar weaves an intriguing and captivating saga that is unlike anything being done in modern music.

Much like Ragnarok, as Manowar continues this epic saga, the earth will shake, the walls will crumble and only true fans of metal will remain standing, heads held high, with the triumphant glimmer of a battle well-fought in their eyes.

Hail and kill!

Al Stawala


Classical
Classical
Offered by Sverigerules
Price: 20.88

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pure class(ical)!, 10 April 2007
This review is from: Classical (Audio CD)
I'm a big fan of Accept, and a great admirer of Wolf Hoffmann, the main and inspirational guitarist of their's. This is a solo project of his, where he has taken well known classical tunes and interpreted them in his own rock style without ever going too over the top. The standout of these tracks is quite obviously the magnificent 8 minute epic of Bolero, which builds gradually to a truly mighty crescendo. Other hi-lights include Blues For Elise (made popular to Accept fans in the song Metal Heart), Pomp And Circumstance (also to be found on another Accept album Death Row), and the chugging groove of Moldau. The guitar playing on this album in places reminded me very much of Richie Blackmore in his Rainbow days (Difficult To Cure would be a good comparison), and is in places quite beautifully hypnotic and very easy to listen to. Definately recommended.


Gods Of War [CD + DVD Limited Edition Metal Case]
Gods Of War [CD + DVD Limited Edition Metal Case]
Offered by Dirty Deals UK
Price: 19.99

5 of 12 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The Runes Translated - by Heavy Metal Dave., 1 April 2007
GODS OF WAR.

In every great mythology, there are powerful beings worshipped, respected and feared as bringers of victory, battle and death. These terrifying deities are the Gods of War. Gods of War is Manowar,s first entry in a cycle of concept albums, each a tribute to a different war god.

Opening with the booming orchestra piece, Overture to the Hymn of the Immortal Warriors, an epic tone is set for an album beyond anything Manowar has ever done before. This album is a tribute to Odin, almighty father of the Norse gods and details the history and exploits of this storied character. His power and wisdom were unmatched among the gods and he was paid tribute with human sacrifice on the battlefield, as heard on the song The Sons Of Odin. In Norse mythology, no being is more powerful than Odin, allfather of the gods, creator of the world of men, god of magic, wisdom and war. One can imagine that Odin, also known as Wotan, displayed a rather imposing countenance. Wearing a wide-brimmed hat low over his face and having sacrificed one of his eyes to the purifying waters of Mimir,s spring beneath the root of the world tree in exchange for the wisdom of the ages.

Odin was not only god of war, but also lord of the hunt, the slain and poetic muse. Able to change his shape at will, Odin often travelled the earth in the guise of a mortal wanderer constantly gaining knowledge. Manowar pays homage to this high lord of Asgard in the epic canticle Odin, which recounts the great deity,s journey of self sacrifice which ended in the attainment of supreme power.

The world of the Norse gods was divided into separate realms. Asgard was the dwelling place of the gods of Aesir, while the ancient race of gods known as Vanir dwelled in Vanaheim. Midgard was the earthbound land of humans. Valhalla was a great hall that housed the Einherjar, the souls of great warriors who died a valiant death in battle who were escorted there by Odin,s beautiful horseback riding warrior women, the Valkyries. There were also the realms of Muspellheim, a flaming hell-world, and Niflheim, the icy realm ruled by the goddess Hel. All of these worlds were connected by a central tree known as Yggdrasil or the world tree, with Asgard being at the very top.

Odin was the first and most powerful of the Aesir. Together with his brothers Ve and Vili, Odin overthrew the frost giant Ymir and created the world from pieces of the slain titan,s body. After this Odin fathered several children with several wives. With his first wife Frigg, he fathered Baldr, god of happiness, goodness and beauty. With the earth goddess Jord, Odin also sired his most famous son, Thor, the thunder god.

Odin was also attributed with several mystical allies and tools. At one point, the Aesir fought a great war against the Vanir. During this battle, Mimir,s head was severed, sent to Odin, who would consult it as an oracle. In battle and during the hunt, Odin would brandish the sacred spear Gungir, which was forged by dwarves and had the magical power to always hit it,s target. This led to Odin also being called Lord of the spear. Odin was also accompanied by two wolves, Geri and Freki, who represented greed and ravenous hunger, two ravens, Huginn and Muninn who represented thought and memory and would observe and report earthly goings on for the war god. Perhaps the most famous of Odin,s mystical allies was Sleipnir. The eight legged horse Sleipnir was the offspring of Loki, Odin,s blood brother and god of mischief. This magnificent colt was the swiftest on earth and could traverse land, sea and air, as well as carrying Odin into the land of the dead when necessary. This great steed would also carry the dead to Valhalla over the great rainbow bridge, Bifrost. The tale of Sleipnir can be heard in the song that bears his name.

Valhalla, Odin,s great hall of the slain, is perhaps as well known as the great god himself. Situated in Gladsheim, Valhalla is a massive hall with hundreds of doors. It,s roof, walls and benches made of shields, spears and armour. The hall is so huge that there will always be room enough for all worthy occupants and is wide enough for hundreds of warriors to walk through shoulder to shoulder. Valhalla is used as a barracks for the army of the Einherjar who will assist Odin and the Aesir at Ragnarok. Each day these vanquished warriors will engage in practice battles to prepare for the ultimate comflict before returning to the hall for a great feast of meat and mead. Manowar tells the tale of these great warriors in the song, The Army Of The Dead, Hymn Of The Einherjar. Anyone who is not worthy of Valhalla will be sent to Hel, the lair of the dead from which the word Hell is derived, which is located beneath Niflheim.

Odin would often go on adventures in search of more knowledge. At one point, Odin had hung upon the Yggdrasil for nine days and nights without food or drink, slashed with a spear and sacrificed, in order to learn the secrets of the universe and the secret of the runes, which granted Odin magical powers unlike any other. In this epic fantasy tale Manowar tells us that as his blood ran down the tree, it mixed with the rain and wind and where it fell to the earth, up sprang Odin,s four immortal sons. All of this is brought to life in the song, The Blood Of Odin. It actually makes one feel as if we are there on the battlefield with Odin.

On another occasion Odin disguised himself as a mortal to trick the giants Suttung and Baugi into letting him drink the mead of poetry. Odin tricked Baugi into boring a hole through the mountain that housed the mead, then transformed himself into a snake and crawled inside. Once inside the mountain stronghold, Odin courted Suttung,s daughter Gunnlod for three nights, each night drinking his fill of the mead. Changing himself into the shape of an eagle, Odin then escaped to Asgard with Suttung in hot pursuit. As Odin prepared to empty the mead into containers the gods had prepared for him, he spilled a bit of the mead of inspiration outside of the walls of Asgard, thus allowing mankind to have access to the sacred drink and it,s powers of muse.

It is said that at Ragnarok, the epic battle at the end of the world, the Aesir will battle their enemies Loki and his offspring, who will sail from the north, as well as the army of Jotuns, who will sail from the east aboard Naglfar, a ship made of fingernails of the dead/ However, the gods will be assisted by the Minherjar. The titanic battle will take place at Vigrid Plain, the great battlefield. The titular anthem, Gods Of War, features the sounds of these marching armies, set to do battle to the bloods end. During Ragnarok, Odin will be devoured whole by Fenrir, the gigantic wolf. After a fantastic and brutal battle, Thor will also fall, exchanging death blows with Jormungand, the massive serpent that is coiled around Midgard. Most of the universe will be torn asunder and the gods will die admirable deaths in battle. Sol the sun and Mani the moon will be devoured by the wolves Skoll and Hati and the stars will vanish from the sky, plunging the earth into darkness. The earth will shake, forests will topple and mountains will crumble. All of the gods are already aware of their fates and look forward to this battle with great relish.

Gods Of War tells an epic tale that has existed for almost as long as modern human civilization, reminiscent of classical composer Richard Wagner,s The Ring Of The Nibelung, four part cycle. Over the course of twenty six years, Wagner worked painstakingly to tell, without words, the story of a magic ring that grants power over all of existence and the struggles of man, gods and mythical creatures to win this sacred prize.

In fact, Odin is one of the main characters in the ring cycle as he inspires the human, Siegfried, to capture the ring. Siegfried is then slain in battle and his lover, the Valkyrie Brunnhilde, daughter of Odin, returns the ring to the Rhine, thus inciting Ragnarok and the destruction of the gods. All of this is orchestrated by Odin.

Divided into four parts, Das Rheingold, Die Walcure, Siegfried and Gotterdammerung, The Ring Cycle is truly an epic musical composition that has stood the test of time. It was this incredible piece of music that inspired Manowar to create their own multi-part epic. By utilizing both song structures and dramatic narrations, such as Glory, Majesty and Unity, Manowar weaves an intriguing and captivating saga that is unlike anything being done in modern music.

Much like Ragnarok, as Manowar continues this epic saga, the earth will shake, the walls will crumble and only true fans of metal will remain standing, heads held high, with the triumphant glimmer of a battle well-fought in their eyes.

Hail and kill!


In Distortion We Trust
In Distortion We Trust
Price: 16.46

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Swedish good looks & hard rocking riffs!!!, 7 Jan 2007
This review is from: In Distortion We Trust (Audio CD)
My first exposure to this group was at Folkestone last November, as opening act for Motorhead, and they certainly made an impression. Four good looking girls, playing it hard & fast in the traditional hard rock vein of say the Runaways or Girlschool, with a hint of L7 for good measure. The album has a good clear production, and sounds more sleazy than heavy. The songs are pretty good, if not exactly classic, but the pick (to my ears) are In Distortion We Trust & My Heart Is Black - plus there's a very decent cover of Motorhead's Killed By Death too.

A special edition of the album exists as well that includes an extra 50 minute DVD, plus two extra recordings of My Heart Is Black (acoustic) & Kiss' Shout It Out Loud.


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