Left End Take In Stride
70’s rock like Silverhead
Tygers Of Pan Tang Wild Catz
Alice Cooper Ballad of Dwight Fry
You have a problem if you don’t know Alice Cooper
The Sensational Alex Harvey Band Delilah
Yup the song Tom Jones made famous
Doing the post-punk revival 10 years before everyone else
U.D.O. Don’t Look Back
From ormer Accept main man’s 2nd solo record
Avatarium The Starless Sleep
Leif Edling of Candlemass’ newish project
Weirdo’s from the 90’s not really grunge
Samiam She’s A Part Of Me
Indie pop punk
ILLLS Our Shadow
Zoom Balboa’s Cannon
Angular 90’s indie rock
The Futura Bold We Shoot Golden
Former Mary My Hope guy
Flo & Eddie Cheap
These guys sing on something you own
Flower Leperds *Only 12 years old
Fastbacks Gone To The Moon
What I think of when I hear pop punk
Drive Like Jehu Bullet Train to Vegas
Blue Oyster Cult Black Blade
Moorcock lyrics about Stormbringer and Elric
Doggy Style Peace in the City
Thoughtful for a band called Doggy Style
Sentinel Beast Dogs Of War
A close-up image of Saturn shows a striking, sky-blue hurricane eye swirling at the north pole—1,200 miles across with clouds moving at 330 miles per hour.
Girl “Hollywood Tease”
Phil Lewis of LA Guns and Phil Collen of Def Leppard’s early NWOBHM band.
Donovan “Cosmic Wheels”
From his “glam” album.
Uriah Heep “High Priestess”
Still on a Heep binge.
The Knack “Sweet Dreams”
Beatleish song off of their third album “Round Trip”.
Raven “Don’t Need Your Money”
Classic NWOBHM, Raven was a frantic force of nature on their first three records.
Alejandro Jodorowsky “Psychedelic Weapons”
60’s psych meets Morricone song from the “Holy Mountain” soundtrack.
The US Swervedriver. Don’t get excited it’s good but not that level.
Heavy Tiger “I Go for the Cheap Ones”
Yeah, this had it’s own post. Swedish rock power.
Bee Gees “I Laugh in Your Face”
A fantastic bitter dirge.
Basil Poledouris “Anvil of Crom”
Over the top ManOwaR level epic from the first Conan movie.
Terry Reid “Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace”
Came to the almost Led Zeppelin singer through Cheap Trick’s cover of this song.
Powermad “Nice Dreams”
I prefer the version on the “Combat Bootcamp EP”. Late 80’s thrash although this song isn’t thrash more a spidery slow boil.
New to me.
A little research turns up the band already has 2 full lengths out. Really digging this. The track above seems an anomaly with the amount of piano. I hear the Dickies, a little Sparks. Sounds like a band from southern California.
Here are their 2 previous albums.