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CD Reviews
Against All Odds
Review by Gary Hill
I have to say it, I love The Lizards! These guys just keep getting better with each successive album. They also seem to stretch the envelope of what is Lizards music as they continue on.
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Archeology
Review by Gary Hill
The whole concept of doing an album of covers seems to be pretty popular these days.  There's one superior thing about this one, though.
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The Lizards Rule
Review by Gary Hill
The second CD from the Lizards is entitled "The Lizards Rule". That title is quite appropriate because for fans of 1970's styled blues oriented hard rock, the Lizards do rule.
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DVD Reviews
The Lizards - 4.2.11 DVD
Review by Gary Hill
When I got this DVD and first looked at the title, I just thought I was looking at a date. Then I realized, that 2011 hasn’t happened yet and these guys (despite the fact that they call themselves dinosaurs) weren’t born in 1911.
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Interviews
The Lizards
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Randy Pratt of The Lizards from 2007

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Star People
Review by Gary Hill
Interview With Star People`s Ambassador Randy From 2000

Audio of this interview is available in our members area.
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The Funky Knights
Review by Gary Hill
Interview with Randy Pratt of the Funky Knights from 2010
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Star People - ...Are Coming
Review by Gary Hill
Star People … are weird … and intriguing and fun. Did I mention weird?


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Mysticity - Ambassadors of the Hidden Sun
Review by G. W. Hill

This thing is almost progressive rock. It’s also almost heavy metal.


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Blue Öyster Cult - Curse of the Hidden Mirror
Review by Gary Hill
Blue Oyster Cult has always been an unusual band. They have many cuts in their history that are classic hard rocking pieces. I'm talking the kind of songs that really rise heads above the vast majority of music out there
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Star People - Genius
Review by Gary Hill
The follow-up to Star People's …Are Coming, Genius shows the band in a lot more natural and polished form.



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Rickity - Greatest Hits Volume I
Review by G. W. Hill

This is an unusual disc. It’s also a compelling one.


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Blue Öyster Cult - Heaven Forbid
Review by Gary Hill
Although the cover art leaves a bit to be desired, Heaven Forbid can certainly be looked on as a rebirth for BOC. This album seems to take the best of old BOC and bring up to date, while still staying true to those original concepts.
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Blue Öyster Cult - Live in Anaheim, CA, March, 2007
Review by Michael Bader
Gone are Eric Blooms’ tight fitting leathers, curly hair and neatly groomed beard/goatee. Gone are Buck Darhmas’ white suit, black mustache and long black hair.
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Blue Öyster Cult - Live In Beloit, WI, 2002
Review by Gary Hill
If you hear Godzilla, but he is nowhere to be seen, what does that mean? The last time I checked it meant that Blue Oyster Cult was in town.
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Blue Öyster Cult - Live in Costa Mesa, California, August, 2007
Review by Rick Damigella
Celebrating 35 years as the original “thinking man’s metal band” Blue Oyster Cult has been touring the majority of 2007 with various members of their 1970’s classic rock peers.
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Star People - Live In Milwaukee 2000
Review by Gary Hill
How many of us can say that we have seen extraterrestrials perform live music?
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Blue Öyster Cult - Live in Rockford, IL, September 6th, 1998
Review by Gary Hill
Although not actually progressive rock, BOC have always presented progressive influences into their particular brand of metal/hard-rock.
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The Funky Knights - The Funky Knights
Review by Gary Hill
This disc is a cool one. It’s got a very retro funk sort of texture to it.

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