• The songs on New Values, Iggy Pop’s first album of new songs after a two-album collaboration with David Bowie, show a complexity that their partnership helped foster.  Highlights include "I'm Bored" and the jagged-edged "Five Foot One."

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  • Acknowledged as one of punk rock’s founders, Iggy Pop shows a remarkable stylistic range on 1981’s Party. “Pumpin' For Jill” sounds like twisted bubblegum pop and the album’s single, "Bang Bang," brushed the Billboard charts.

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  • the album he released in 1980, Iggy Pop teamed up with veterans of luminary bands including the Sex Pistols, XTC and the Patti Smith Group.  "Knocking 'Em Down (In The City)" and "Loco Mosquito" are standout tracks here.

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  • Signed by Larry Page, manager of the Kinks, in 1965, The Troggs (originally called The Troglodytes), with members Reg Presley (lead vocals), Chris Britton (lead guitar), Pete Staples (bass guitar) and Ronnie Bond (drums) released this album in 1966. With smash hits like "Wild Thing", "Hi Hi Hazel" & "With a Girl Like You"… this album sold more than...

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  • Released in March 1976, Blue for You is the ninth studio album by English rock band Status Quo. The singles Rain & Mystery Song help the album to be one of their most successful long players. This release contains 5 Bonus tracks including "You Lost the Love", "Wild Side of Life", "All Through the Night…"

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  • Recorded in just thirty hours, Shake Down was released in September 1967. This debut studio album by the British Blues Rock band Savoy Brown is a collection of blues covers. It features songs penned by Willie Dixon, B.B. King, John Lee Hooker or Freddie King. The band was formed and led by legendary blues guitarist Kim Simmonds.

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  • After their breakup in 1971, British Hard Rock Pioneers went right back to what they know best, with Paul Rodgers bearing his blues-Rock to Paul Kossof's gloomy electric guitar. Tracks like "Little Bit of Love," "Soldier Boy," and "Travelling Man" come out on top as some of the band's most emotive material, proving that had no real effect on their chemistry.

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  • Poco’s co-founder and lead guitar player, Jim Messina, released his under-appreciated solo album, Messina, in 1981. The album features such memorable tracks as “Money Alone,” “Break the Chain,” “Lovin’ You Every Minute,” and “Stay the Night.”

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  • This album from 1979 by Moon Martin is a classic of the new wave era with compact songs that pack an emotional punch. It was produced by Craig Leon who also produced albums by the Ramones and Willie Alexander and the Boom Boom Band.

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  • This 1979 release was Moon Martins second album and featured the original version of the song Cadillac Walk that was covered successfully by Mink DeVille, and Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor) that Robert Palmer was to turn into a top 40 hit.

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  • John Moon Martins third album, Street Fever, was released in 1980 and it features a varied selection of songs, ranging from steady rockers Breakout Tonight and Five Days of Fever to songs that show more of a blues influence, such as No Dice. Temporarily Out of Stock

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  • Marc Jordan, an icon of the West Coast sound, fuses jazzy, grooving rhythms onto his cool and upbeat songwriting style. Perfect for lovers of smooth rock-pop, 1979’s Blue Desert features such gems as the power ballad “Twilight.”

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