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Album QUEEN A Kind Of Magic (1986)
QUEEN (UNITED KINGDOM)
A Kind Of Magic (1986)
4/5
3.2/5
EMI / ROCK / 0 com(s)
Thought as a succession of singles for the cinema, "A Kind Of Magic" is probably the most contrasted record of Queen.
MARC M - 03/11/2010
Album MARILLION Fugazi (1984)
MARILLION (UNITED KINGDOM)
Fugazi (1984)
5/5
4.4/5
EMI / PROGRESSIVE ROCK / 0 com(s)
Alternating catchy tracks and other more complex and darker ones, "Fugazi" is undoubtedly one of the most difficult albums of Marillion to access but it remains one of the major works of the band.
NOISE - 29/08/2003
Album QUEENSRŸCHE The Warning (1984)
QUEENSRŸCHE (UNITED STATES)
The Warning (1984)
4/5
3.8/5
EMI / HEAVY METAL / 0 com(s)
With a production and neat compositions, a sense of melody particularly effective and a lively and warm atmosphere that already characterizes Queensrÿche, "The Warning" remains a sure value of heavy metal.
ZOSO - 31/10/2008
Album SCORPIONS Blackout (1982)
SCORPIONS (GERMANY)
Blackout (1982)
4/5
4.9/5
EMI / HARD ROCK / 0 com(s)
Full of hits, this "Blackout" will allow Scorpions to reach a worldwide fame.
LOLOCELTIC - 16/01/2008
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 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
Album THE BEATLES Rubber Soul (1965)
THE BEATLES (DEFAULT)
Rubber Soul (1965)
5/5
4/5
EMI / POP / 0 com(s)
"Rubber Soul" is the first of the pivotal Beatles albums and the one that will truly turn the career on its head.
ZOSO - 03/03/2010
 
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