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Tomorrow and Yesterday ~ Samson
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
There have been quite a few Samson compilations put out over the last few years (some authorised and some just to try and make a quick buck), and although Tomorrow and Yesterday does not profess to be a "Greatest Hits" type package it is an excellent collection of songs. Some fans may moan about the lack of any tracks featuring Bruce Dickinson on vocals (presumably due to the usual music business crap about who owns the rights to songs etc), but let's not forget that he was only in Samson for a couple of years and "Vice Versa" from his era is included. The track list and superb sleeve notes (loads of interesting stuff in there) were put together by Rob Grain who was Paul Samson's road… Read more
Inferno ~ Motörhead
Inferno ~ Motörhead
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
I always look forward to a new release from Motorhead and Inferno is a real rock and roll cracker that should hopefully sell well. “Ferocious” was how my sixteen year old son described it when he first heard the album and that sums it up pretty well actually as Motorhead have put together a stunning set of tracks that are as good (or better) as anything they’ve done in a very long time. Don’t get me wrong, there are classic tracks on all the Motorhead albums, but the collective strength of the songs on Inferno makes it stand out from the rest in my view. The line up of Lemmy, Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee have been together for quite a few years now and it shows in… Read more
Third Wish ~ Feinstein
Third Wish ~ Feinstein
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I bought this album on the strength of a recent 4* review in Classic Rock magazine and also hearing snippets from some of the tracks via the band's website. I was also a fan of David "Rock" Feinstein and his then band The Rods some 20 plus years back. As far as I am aware "Rock" has not released anything much between the demise of The Rods and this latest offering. Was it worth the wait? You better believe it. Third Wish is is a brilliant album, full of massive guitar riffs courtesy of "Rock" and great songs. It would be wrong to try and categorise Feinstein in terms of how they sound against particular bands as their songs stand up for themselves on the strength of the quality of the… Read more

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