Quoted from Jason43:
Quoted from gonzo73:
RAT'S! RAT'S RAT'S
Late night spinning, tonight were going with
Ghost, Prequelle Exalted box set.
Cool orange swirl vinyl, in a rad die cut sleeve.
Gator skin tour book, 4 prints, and Seven Inches of Satanic Panic single.
Prequelle is just a beautifully constructed album, love the prog, and melodic direction.
Cant wait to hear the next sermon.
Message from the Faithful Freeeek Kingdom.
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Sounds like some of you guys need some Ghost shwag for your vinyl rooms
Way ahead of you, mine is the glow in the dark version!
Welcome Year ZERO!
Message from the Freeeek Kingdom.
I have the Ghost Funko Pops #125 and #169, still need #189 but I'm sure my daughter will want some Hot Topic stuff soon so I'll add it on her order.
Spinning tonight, Rainbow, Live in Denver, 1979.
2 LP, Red Vinyl.
Sounds like a FM broadcast show, so not a true bootleg. But not a fully mixed Pro live album.
Very raw, but good upfront, loud, clean sound.
Grahm Bonnet is in top form this night. Bonnet had replaced Dio as the singer in Rainbow, but it only lasted one album and tour. The tour ended on a high note though, with Rainbow headlining the first Castle Donington Monsters of Rock Festival. I'm a big fan of the Down to Earth album, so having a full show, of such a short lived era, is nice to have.
Message from the Stargazer Freeeek Kingdom.
Mail call. Apparently this was a RSD release that completely came and went under my radar. Stoked!
Starting the evening with one of my favorite soundtracks. The movie was pretty good too.
It’s a Dead night for me. Spinning one of my RSD scores. Killer Dead show for anyone that’s remotely interested.
Quoted from Rondogg:
So prefect, really my favorite May 77 show. Enjoy!
It’s such a great show. Pure magic. I had such a great night time last night just hanging, listening to Jerry’s amazing guitar work and knocking back some beers. Almost a perfect night for me.
Picked up the Allman Brothers RSD release as well. Solid show.
The Palmer magic here is great. Such cool continuity.
The Lowell George and friends was perfect.
Miss him. Way too young to die.
Cool, spooky, windy night in socal, hope all you locals are safe. Fuck the Santa Ana's!
Spinning 1981, Black Sabbath, The Mob Rules.
Japan pressing, with OBI and inserts.
Mob Rules is my favorite Sabbath album, favorite DIO performance also. Falling off the edge of the world, Mob, and Sign of the Southern Cross are crushers.
If only they had stayed together for 4 or 5 more album's!
Message from the Turn up the Night Kingdom.
Spinning into the night, next up
Cheap Trick, Out To Get You. 1977 live. RSD 2 LP.
This might be the best Cheap Trick live album.
Pristine sound quality.
Taken from 4 shows at the Whiskey A Go Go while the band was in the midst of recording In Color in L.A.
Cheap Trick had played in L.A. at the Santa Monica civic with the Runaways, but these shows were Trick's coming out party for socal.
The KISS tour was just around the corner, then Japan and Budokan.
Highly recomend this live show, Trick play with fire and energy, playing the first album songs heavier and faster. The In color arangments are early and raw. Plus a couple songs never put on a offical album.
Rockford favorite son's, tearing up the Sunset strip in 1977. What could be more Rock & Roll?
Message from the Rockford Freeeek Kingdom.
Try some Type O Negative or check out the new Rob Zombie tune that comes out today. Both fall into the category of great “spooky” rock music.
We just have some bullshit spotify halloween mix going in the kitchen.
Who do I have to blow around here to hear "Monster Mash?"
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