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) 27) Voodoo Six – 'Make Way For The King' (White Knuckle – If not Kings exactly, then maybe Dukes or Lords…) 28) Taz Taylor – 'Pressure & Time' (Escape Music – Hook-laden, guitar-fuelled hard rock) 29) Nitrogods – 'Roadkill BBQ' (SPV – A little patchy compared to what they've done before) 30) Steve Hackett & Djabe – 'Summer Storms & Rocking Rivers' (Esoteric Antenna – Live album with Hungarian jazzers… ) 8) Glenn Hughes – 'Play Me Out' (Cherry Red – Re-mastered double-disc edition) 9) Rock Goddess – 'It's More Than Rock 'N' Roll' (Bite You To Death – It's great to have 'em back!

This is great…) 6) Threshold – ‘Legends Of The Shires’ (Nuclear Blast – Their most ambitious album to date… ) 7) Sparks – ‘Hippopotamus’ (BMG – The genius of the Mael brothers goes on and on…) 8) Motorpsycho – ‘The Tower’ (Rune Grammofon – Weighty but fabulous double-set from the eccentric Norwegians) 9) Gun – ‘Favourite Pleasures’ (Caroline International – The Glaswegians come up trumps again) 10) Martina Edoff – ‘We Will Align’ (AOR Heaven – A third helping of glacial, majestically performed Scandi-AOR) 11) Walter Trout – ‘We’re All In This Together’ (Provogue – Mr Consistency delivers again) 12) The Cadillac Three – ‘Legacy’ (Big Machine – Yee haw, the South rises once more!

) 13) Phantom 5 – ‘Play To Win’ (Frontiers – More of the same from Claus Lessmann and Michael Voss, but better still…) 14) Midnite City – ‘Midnite City’ (AOR Heaven – For fans of Def Leppard, 1980s-era Kiss and especially Danger Danger) 15) Steven Wilson – ‘To The Bone’ (Caroline – Only just blagged my copy…

just like the man) 9) Kim Seviour – 'Recovery Is Learning' (White Star – Former Touchstone singer makes blinding solo album with John Mitchell) 10) Samson – 'Joint Forces: 1986-1993' (Hear No Evil – Three albums recorded within this time-frame, contains some great long-lost chewns) 11) Snow – 'At Last…' (Escape Music – 30-year-old hard rock that holds its age with ease) 12) JD Miller – 'World War X' (Target – Melodic hard rock/metal with a modern edge) 13) Hard Stuff – 'The Complete Purple Records Anthology 1971-1973' (Purple – Wonderful retro hard rock) 14) Sea – 'The Grip Of Time' (Target – Groove-laden retro rock from Denmark) 15) Mike Brookfield – 'Brookfield' (Golden Rule – Adept blues-rock, with lyrics by Eamon Carr of Horslips) 16) The Wynntown Marshalls – 'After All These Years' (Wynntown Recordings – Anthology of "Europe's best Americana band") 17) The Outsiders UK – 'Everything's Gone Vintage' (Planet – Back after 15 years; still earthy, bluesy and honest) 18) Frontback – 'Heart Of A Lion' (Dead End Exit – Ludicrous yet appealing helium-voiced, female-fronted powerhouse rock) 19) SNAFU – 'Live Nottingham 1976' (Angel Air – A vintage show from Bobby Harrison and Micky Moody) 20) Sandy Thom – 'Merchants And Thieves' (GA Records – Bargain basement gem from 2010, with special guest Joe Bonamassa) 1) Tyketto – 'Don't Come Easy' (Rock Candy – Shameful to admit I've never owned this on CD till now) 2) Eric Martin Band – 'Sucker For A Pretty face' (Rock Candy – Ditto!

) 3) Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush – 'Live' (Rock Candy – Ditto… ) 4) Sammy Hagar – 'All Night Long' (Rock Candy – Ditto! ) 5) Riverdogs – 'California' (Frontiers – Their best since the all-time classic debut) 6) Art Nation – 'Liberation' (Gain/Sony Music – Vibrant, wildly exciting melodic pop-rock from Sweden) 7) Gov't Mule – 'Revolution Come…

) 16) Kreator – 'Gods Of Violence' (Nuclear Blast – Still making a wonderfully ugly noise!