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Various - 25 Rock-Hits Volume 4 - The Masters Of The Rock-Era album flac Performer: Various
Title: 25 Rock-Hits Volume 4 - The Masters Of The Rock-Era
Released: 1991
MP3 album: 1288 mb
FLAC album: 1700 mb
Rating: 4.9
Genre: Rock

Toronto Rock 'n' Roll Revival 1969, Volume IV is a live album of the Alice Cooper Band. Due to the fact that the recording is owned by a private party, it is unauthorized but not a bootleg. It features Alice Cooper's infamous chicken-throwing performance at the Toronto Rock and Roll Revival festival at Varsity Stadium in Toronto on September 13, 1969 and showcases the early psychedelic music style of Cooper and his band in support of their very first album release, Pretties for You.

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The King of Rock 'n' Roll: The Complete 50's Masters is a five-disc box set compilation of the complete known studio master recordings by American singer and musician Elvis Presley during the decade of the 1950s. Issued in 1992 by RCA Records, catalog number 66050-2, it was soon followed by similar box sets covering Presley's musical output in the 1960s and 1970s.

Jim Steinman - Rock And Roll Dreams Come Through 04. Cyndi Lauper - I Drove All Night 05. The Bangles - Hazy Shade Of Winter 06. Toto - Rosanna 07. Survivor - Burning Heart 08. Europe - Rock The Night 09. REO Speedwagon - Keep On Loving You 10. Mr. Mister - Kyrie 11. Kansas - Dust In The Wind 12. Rick Springfield - Human Touch 13. Boston - Peace Of Mind 14. Hanoi Rocks - Up Around The Bend 15.

The Rock'n'Roll Era was a 53-volume series issued by Time-Life during the late 1980s and early 1990s, spotlighting songs from the early years of the rock and roll era, primarily the pre-Beatles era of 1954-1964. The first major and successful rock music-intensive subscription music series released by Time-Life, songs on the series included music heard on mainstream contemporary hit radio stations of the late 1950s and early to mid-1960s.

Greatest Hits, Volume II is the second greatest hits album by the American rock band Chicago, and its fifteenth album overall, released in 1981. Following the poor reception of 1980's Chicago XIV, Columbia Records dropped Chicago from its roster and cancelled a lucrative contract that had recently been signed. While the band had begun its association with David Foster and was in the process of building a new identity, Columbia had contractual obligations for a new release.

British prog-rock darlings of the Eighties, Marillion took the spirit of Peter Gabriel-fronted Genesis and reworked it for an American rock audience that was chaps-deep in hair metal. Following up 1985 commercial breakthrough Misplaced Childhood - which stayed at Number One on the . album charts and went to Number 47 in the . Marillion's fourth album balanced melody and melodrama. Harmonium, ‘Si On Avait Besoin D’Une Cinquieme’ (1975). For their second record, French-Canadian folk guitar trio Harmonium expanded into a symphonic quintet, adding woodwinds and keyboards to flesh out a concept album based on the four seasons (and a fantastical fifth). The first side is all pastoral warmth, with guitarist Serge Fiori's sweet-nothings croon, and jazzy asides.

The discography of the British space rock group Hawkwind spans from their formation in 1969 through to the present day, with consistent output of live and studio albums, EPs and singles. The group have used aliases to release some albums in an attempt to either redefine themselves, as with the 1978 album 25 Years On released under the name Hawklords, or simply to distinguish the piece of work from their usual output, as with White Zone released under the name Psychedelic Warriors.

Winter masters of rock. ATTENTION! The special price of the festival tickets ends on Sunday. Swedish heavy metal heroes SABATON are set to release their new album ‘The Great War’ on July 19th, 2019. Today the band reveals their second single, called "The Red Baron" To not include the story of Manfred von Richthofen, AKA The Red Baron on a concept album of The Great War felt really strange.


1 The Guess Who Shakin' All Over
2 The Yardbirds For Your Love
3 Ike & Tina Turner Rock Me Baby
4 Carlos Santana Fried Neckbones And Some Home Fries
5 John Mayall A Big Man
6 Chicago Beginnings
7 Jimi Hendrix The Sunshine Of Your Love
8 Alice Cooper Ain't That Just Like A Woman
9 Cher Boys & Girls
10 Sly & The Family Stone Do The Rattle Snake
11 The Lovin' Spoonful Amazing Air
12 Rod Stewart The Fly
13 Ike & Tina Turner Poor Fool
14 John Mayall John Lee Boogie
15 Sly & The Family Stone Searchin'
16 Eric Clapton I Wish You Would
17 Alice Cooper Medley: AC Instrumental/I've Written Home To Mother
18 Jefferson Airplane What Do You Want With Me
19 Ike & Tina Turner I Better Getta Steppin'
20 The Lovin' Spoonful Words
21 Ike & Tina Turner You Got What You Wanted
22 Carlos Santana Persuation
23 Jimi Hendrix Good Feeling
24 Jefferson Airplane Don't Slip Away
25 The Yardbirds Still I'm Sad