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Bat Out of Hell - I loved this album, probably b/c it was sooooooo theatrical

Meatloaf - Bat Out of Hell III: The Monsters Loose. Love 'in the Land of the Pigs, the Butcher is King'.

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Paula Scher’s Exquisite Book of Lying "Maps"


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Great Songs For Your Halloween Playlist

Hotel California, 1976 by The Eagles. The song "Hotel California" included in the album is considered by many to be one of the greatest rock songs of all time

Most of the music that I purchased in the 60s & 70s was either heavy rock (Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin etc) or folk-rock (Fairport Convention, Strawbs, Pentangle etc) but I did buy this album of Simon and Garfunkle.

Time in a bottle - 1973 by Jim Croce...♥ James Joseph "Jim" Croce (January 10, 1943 -- September 20, 1973) was an American singer/songwriter.....♥

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55 Essential '80s Songs Alt-Rock And New Wave Tracks You Need At Your Party

My favorite DD album from the early years. A lot of fans bailed after Roger and Andy left, but I've remained a fan throughout and appreciate their growth.

Metallica Kill Em All f***ing brutal. it's incredible how fully realized they were from the first album. it was a new vision of metal. every song is a classic. one of the best metal albums, and one of the best albums, of all time.

Fallen by Evanescence - The songs on this album can be descibed as "highly atmospheric pieces of music". A powerful, beautiful voice is combined with an harmonious ensemble of highly diverse instruments. You will just love it.