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Album ASIA Asia (1982)
ASIA (UNITED KINGDOM)
Asia (1982)
5/5
4.6/5
GEFFEN / PROGRESSIVE ROCK / 0 com(s)
Missing link between the Pop of the Beatles and the tortured pieces of Yes, Asia offers us with its first eponymous album a true masterpiece.
PROGGI - 04/03/2008
Album TYGERS OF PAN TANG Spellbound (1981)
TYGERS OF PAN TANG (UNITED KINGDOM)
Spellbound (1981)
4/5
3.5/5
MCA / HARD ROCK / 0 com(s)
Following the leaders of the NWOBHW, Tygers Of Pan Tang offers us with "Spellbound" a very good album of Hard Rock.
ZOSO - 07/07/2009
Album SAXON Strong Arm Of The Law (1980)
SAXON (UNITED KINGDOM)
Strong Arm Of The Law (1980)
5/5
4.3/5
EMI / MELODIC METAL / 0 com(s)
"Strong Arm The Law" confirms Saxon as the leader of a developing British heavy hard rock.
LOLOCELTIC - 22/01/2008
Album KATE BUSH Never For Ever (1980)
KATE BUSH (UNITED KINGDOM)
Never For Ever (1980)
5/5
4.8/5
EMI / ROCK / 0 com(s)
"Never for Ever" adds dreamlike and phantasmagorical dimensions to the delicate writing and interpretation of the previous albums. Kate Bush's best album?
CORTO1809 - 26/10/2016
Album DAVID BOWIE Station To Station (1976)
DAVID BOWIE (UNITED KINGDOM)
Station To Station (1976)
5/5
4.7/5
RCA / ROCK / 0 com(s)
"Station To Station" is undoubtedly one of the best albums of David Bowie, varied and very mastered.
CORTO1809 - 13/10/2015
Album VIRGIL & STEVE HOWE Lunar Mist (2022)
VIRGIL & STEVE HOWE (UNITED KINGDOM)
Lunar Mist (2022)
2/5
-/5
INSIDEOUT MUSIC / PROGRESSIVE ROCK / 1 com(s)
Sincere tribute of a father to his deceased son, "Lunar Mist" has unfortunately the appearance of a missed appointment, undermined by a failing musical inspiration.
ABADDON - 27/09/2022
Album JUDAS PRIEST Sad Wings Of Destiny (1976)
JUDAS PRIEST (UNITED KINGDOM)
Sad Wings Of Destiny (1976)
4/5
3.7/5
GULL / HARD ROCK / 0 com(s)
More coherent and more direct than its predecessor, "Sad Wings Of Destiny" will definitively launch the career of Judas Priest by laying the foundations of a style that will influence so many bands.
ZOSO - 29/12/2008
Album PINK FLOYD Wish You Were Here (1975)
PINK FLOYD (UNITED KINGDOM)
Wish You Were Here (1975)
5/5
4.8/5
EMI / PROGRESSIVE ROCK / 0 com(s)
Last collective opus of Pink Floyd, "Wish You Were Here" is the perfect album. To deprive oneself of its dry and dark force would be the worst mistake a progressive rock fan could make.
VANDERGRAAF - 29/08/2003
 
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