• Black Lab – Your Body Above Me – Loaded with dark and gloomy lyrics, lead singer Paul Durham’s haunting vocals weave tales of failed and broken relationships. 
  • Blondie – No Exit – Bringing the early ’80’s into the late ’90’s is a brutal task indeed, but Deborah Harry and Blondie have never been afraid to give anything a try. 
  • Candlebox – Happy Pills – The 90’s just has not seen very many mature hard rock bands, so I must tell everyone out there about the latest Candlebox disc. 
  • Collective Soul – Dosage – Just what the doctor ordered. It’s the fourth effort since their 1993 debut for this consistent 5-man rock band. 
  • Cool For August – Grand World – Traditional Rock ‘N Roll record with great song writing, solid instrumentation and tremendous, tantalizing vocals.
  • Depeche Mode – Violator – The mysterious evolution and career of Depeche Mode is still unknown to most music fans. 
  • Fleetwood Mac – The Dance – Sold over 4 million copies in the U.S., but clearly it has not reached it’s full potential. 
  • INXS – Welcome to Wherever You Are – This effort epitomizes why Michael Hutchence became a respected, venerable vocalist for over a decade and a half. 
  • Just Jay – Through My Eyes – The songs are very ’80’s retro pop rock a la Survivor, Saga and Journey. 
  • Kid Rock – Devil Without a Cause – It’s best described as a testosterone driven hybrid of rap, rock, and funk.
  • Lenny Kravitz – 5 – This collection embraces good ole rock ‘n roll, funk and R&B with a dash of jazz. Imagine Sly & the Family Stone, Earth, Wind & Fire, Miles Davis, Seal and Jimi Hendrix recording together! 
  • Len – You Can’t Stop The Bum Rush – Lighter, party pop, rap sound complete with sensational, funky dance grooves. 
  • Live – Secret Samadhi – This 4-man band from Pennsylvania continually shows us that pure, raw rock is still around.
  • Maxwell – Embrya – Where has the romantic, soulful musical styles of the ’70’s gone? Look no further. 
  • New Radicals – Maybe You’ve Been Brainwashed – The flavor of the disc has an obvious Rolling Stones influence, but also integrates subtle memories of the ’60’s, ’70’s and ’80’s without losing it’s late ’90’s modern rock/pop genre. 
  • Seal – Human Beings – Eerie truths always flow through Seal’s lyrics and here is no exception. 
  • Simply Red – Picture Book – Perfect albums do come few and far between, but here we definitely have a vintage one. 
  • Ringo Starr – Vertical Man – Who out there can deny their occasional craving for the ’70’s type schmaltzy, bouncy, catchy, pop song about love and relationships?
  • Rod Stewart – When We Were The New Boys – The death of Rock ‘N Roll? Not a chance! Rod reminds us of his classic signature vocals and style which have been around longer than most of us. 
  • War – The Best of War…and More – A 30th anniversary is fast approaching for one of the most underrated soul, funk bands of all time. 
  • Barry White – All-Time Greatest Hits – Barry White has been an icon for 30 years. This 20 song masterpiece contains all the classics. 
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