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Aerial Visions
Review by Gary Hill
This instrumental set has a lot of blues edge to it.

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Alice Cooper - Hey Stoopid
Review by Gary Hill

This album showcases a metal perpective on the classic Cooper sound and also shows prog tendencies in several places. Alice is joined on this album by many musicians, including several very notables guests (Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Ozzy Osbourne and others).


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UFO - Live In Chicago, April 19th 2008
Review by Greg Olma
UFO and Chicago have had a long standing relationship ever since they recorded their show at the International Amphitheater for the Strangers In The Night album.
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UFO - Live In Chicago, IL October, 2009
Review by Greg Olma
There is constant debate among UFO fans on whether the band is better or worse with Michael Schenker.  
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UFO - Live in Chicago, July 2005
Review by Greg Olma
There was a UFO that landed in Chicago on a hot July evening. No, not the kind that transport little green men but the English rock institution.
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UFO - Live In Milwaukee, WI, May 2011
Review by Greg Olma

I have always been a UFO fan.  The guitarists that have collaborated with Phil Mogg have always been top notch. 


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UFO - Live in Portland, Oregon, September, 2011
Review by Larry Toering

UFO landed in Portland with their A-game ready, considering Phil Mogg caught a cold when he arrived the previous day.


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Glen Drover - Metalusion
Review by Gary Hill

Glen Drover is perhaps best known for his work with Megadeth and King Diamond along with his band Eidolon.


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Red Zone Rider - Red Zone Rider
Review by G. W. Hill

I suppose these guys are pretty much guaranteed to have a fan base, even before anyone heard them. That’s because the lineup is legendary. The band is made up of Vinnie Moore (guitar) (UFO), Kelly Keeling (vocals and bass) (Michael Schenker Group, King Kobra) and Scot Coogan (drums and vocals) (Lita Ford, Ace Frehley). The question is, how is the music? Honestly, this is a great album. It’s nothing Earth shattering in terms of originality, but the hard rocking, classic sound is done extremely well. If you like 1970s styled hard rock, you should love this.


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Jordan Rudess - Rhythm of Time
Review by Josh Turner
Jordan Rudess is a virtual virtuoso. His must be an android based on the way that he plays.
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UFO - Showtime
Review by Greg Olma
This is a difficult CD to review. When a band comes up with an album that defines their career, no matter how good the subsequent releases are, they are always compared to that album.
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UFO - The Salentino Cuts
Review by Gary Hill

The whole "do an album of covers" thing is cool, but perhaps a bit overdone. Here UFO gets into the trend.


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