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The Blue Room
Review by Brian Angotti
The Blue Room, the follow up album from Union, is an exceptional piece of work. This album shows the growth and maturity in the band, both musically and lyrically.
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Concert Reviews
Union - Live in Chicago- April, 2000
Review by Gary Hill
Union delivered a scorching set to the enthusiastic crowd at Chicago's House Of Blues. The band came out and showed that they were a band that really can deliver live what they promise in the studio.
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Interviews
Union
Interview by Brian Angotti
Interview with John Corabi of Union From 2000



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The name of this group is a combination of the last initial of each member of the group.


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Grand Funk Railroad - Live in Beloit, WI, 2002
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Rolling Stone Magazine may have branded Grand Funk Railroad as the worst band of all time, but you sure couldn't tell it by the reaction of this crowd. Guess that just goes to show just how much that magazine does not know.
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Various Artists - Thriller - A Metal Tribute to Michael Jackson
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I know the title says this is a “metal” tribute, but I question whether the person who gave it that title knows what “heavy metal” is.


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This is a reissue of a CD I’ve already reviewed – with a few extra cuts.
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Various Artists - We Wish You a Metal Xmas...and a Headbanging New Year
Review by Gary Hill

So many times discs like this are really uneven. Well, that’s not the case here.


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