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Lillian Axe
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CD Reviews
From Womb To Tomb
Review by Gary Hill
I never thought I'd include a Lillian Axe album under progressive rock, but honestly, that's where this fits.

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Lillian Axe
Review by Gary Hill
Lillian Axe (at least in my head) got caught up in the "hair metal" movement of the 1980's. I recently discovered them with their latest disc and am now getting a chance to catch up on some of their back catalog.
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Love + War
Review by Gary Hill
The second release from Lillian Axe, this has just been remastered and released. While their first disc was strong, this album showed them in a much more potent place in terms of songwriting and performance.
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One Night in the Temple
Review by Gary Hill
This is quite a cool set. Lillian Axe threw a party for family, friends and some lucky fans.

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Waters Rising
Review by Gary Hill
I have to admit, I’ve never heard Lillian Axe before. There were so many metal bands coming out in the 1980’s and most of them were bad, that I sort of ignored a lot of them.
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Interviews
Lillian Axe
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Steve Blaze of Lillian Axe from 2007



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Review by Mike Korn
After the first couple of listens, I thought this record was pleasant enough but nothing too special. But it suddenly dawned on me about 3 weeks after I got it...I still wanted to listen to the damn thing!
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Various Artists - Underrated Rock Book: The 200 Most Overlooked Albums 1970-2015 written by Jim Santora, Jr.
Review by Gary Hill

The premise is simple: list 200 albums that are under-appreciated. When Jim Santora started the project he set some ground rules. 


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