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    1. Shanris

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      The album combines songs performed over two nights in May at the Selland Arena in Fresno, CA. The Michael Schenker Group - Live in Tokyo () DVD According to a press release, this DVD, recorded in Tokyo, March 19th, , features two supreme performances of the Master of the Flying V, as well as interviews. Dark.
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      The following is a list of albums released in For additional information about bands formed, reformed, disbanded, or on hiatus, for deaths of musicians, and for links to .
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    5. Shakataxe

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      Before things get too serious here at Rock On Vinyl, I thought it might be fun to post a song / album at the end of each month, t Robin Trower - Back It Up () plus Bonus Live Tracks (U.K - Present). 'Back It Up' is a studio album by Robin Trower, and the last to feature James Dewar. the band refused to bow to the pressure.
    6. Nilar

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      The last Blue Cheer release to feature the beloved lineup of Stephens, Peterson and Whaley, Outsideinside is a bracing orgy of volume, distortion and aggression, with such highlights as "Just a Little Bit," "Come and Get It," the instrumental "Magnolia Caboose Babyfinger" and the band's distinctive take on the Rolling Stones' "Satisfaction.".
    7. Vole

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      Blue Cheer's second album, Outsideinside, fully matches its predecessor's primal power. The last Blue Cheer release to feature the beloved lineup of Stephens, Peterson and Whaley, Outsideinside is a bracing orgy of volume, distortion and aggression, with such highlights as "Just a Little Bit," "Come and Get It," the instrumental "Magnolia Caboose Babyfinger" and the band's distinctive take on.

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