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Album MARK KNOPFLER The Ragpicker's Dream (2002)
MARK KNOPFLER (UNITED KINGDOM)
The Ragpicker's Dream (2002)
4/5
4/5
MERCURY / ROCK / 0 com(s)
With "The Ragpicker's Dream", Mark Knopfler finally dares to leave the field of rock and guitar solos to embark on another adventure.
MR.BLUE - 14/12/2012
Album BON JOVI Crush (2000)
BON JOVI (UNITED STATES)
Crush (2000)
4/5
5/5
MERCURY / ROCK / 0 com(s)
Bon Jovi is back on track with "Crush", a US rock album whose lack of originality is offset by its energy and good humor.
LOLOCELTIC - 26/05/2009
Album UGLY KID JOE America's Least Wanted (1992)
UGLY KID JOE (UNITED STATES)
America's Least Wanted (1992)
4/5
4.6/5
MERCURY / HARD ROCK / 0 com(s)
Ugly Kid Joe's "America's Least Wanted" is an album that will hook fans of powerful Heavy, effective Hard Rock and sunny Fusion.
LOLOCELTIC - 06/04/2012
Album DEF LEPPARD Hysteria (1987)
DEF LEPPARD (UNITED KINGDOM)
Hysteria (1987)
5/5
4.3/5
MERCURY / MELODIC HARD ROCK / 0 com(s)
"Hysteria" is one of the greatest metal albums of the 80s, and Def Leppard's finest achievement.
ALADDIN_SANE - 29/02/2008
Album BON JOVI Bon Jovi (1984)
BON JOVI (UNITED STATES)
Bon Jovi (1984)
4/5
4/5
MERCURY / A.O.R. / 0 com(s)
The band's very first album, "Bon Jovi" has not aged too much and remains a beautiful testimony of the beginnings of one of the legends of Hard Rock FM.
LOLOCELTIC - 19/02/2008
Album RUSH Hemispheres (1978)
RUSH (CANADA)
Hemispheres (1978)
5/5
4.6/5
MERCURY / HARD ROCK / 0 com(s)
Artistically innovative, technically irreproachable, Rush offers us with "Hemispheres" one of the cornerstones on which current progressive rock is built.
DEFNAEL - 07/05/2004
Album DEF LEPPARD Slang (1996)
DEF LEPPARD (UNITED KINGDOM)
Slang (1996)
4/5
3.8/5
MERCURY / MELODIC HARD ROCK / 0 com(s)
The furthest album from Def Leppard's preferred style, "Slang" is a real treasure cave whose variety of sounds and themes does not break the cohesion.
LOLOCELTIC - 15/05/2009
Album DAVID BOWIE The Man Who Sold The World (1970)
DAVID BOWIE (UNITED KINGDOM)
The Man Who Sold The World (1970)
4/5
3/5
MERCURY / ROCK / 4 com(s)
Much more electric and homogeneous than its predecessors, "The Man Who Sold The World" already has the patina of a "Ziggy" or a "Diamond Dogs", with an intensity that never fades.
CORTO1809 - 21/09/2015
 
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