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LA Guns - Greatest Hits and Black Beauties
Review by Brian Angotti
With a brief and dissatisfying run with Jizzy Pearl of Love/Hate fame on lead and a revolving door of band members, L.A. Guns return with Greatest Hits and Black Beauties. The disc is a compilation of new tracks and re-recorded classic hits from the original band.
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Lacuna Coil - Comalies
Review by Gary Hill
Comalies is the third full-length album from the Italian Lacuna Coil. As on their other releases the band combine metal, Goth and pop with a sense of layering and style that is impeccable.
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Lamb of God - Ashes of the Wake
Review by Mike Korn
The last few years have seen the rise of a new generation of American metal bands. The new blood has included Shadows Fall, God Forbid and without a doubt the most vicious of the bunch, Lamb of God.
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Lost Horizon - Awakening the World
Review by Mike Korn
With a mighty crash of thunder, a gaping hole is torn in the turbulent sky. A blinding glare issues from the vortex, solidifying into a bridge of brilliant light, and striding on this mystical path are four figures.
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Louna - Behind a Mask
Review by Gary Hill
This is quite a cool album. It’s definitely along the lines of modern European epic metal.

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Lowbrow - Victims at Play
Review by Mike Korn
Well, you know you're not going to get thought-provoking progressive music with technical virtuosity from a band called "Lowbrow".
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Lujuria - Rockeando El Pavimento
Review by Gary Hill
I really like this album a lot. This band is from Spain. The majority of the lyrics are in Spanish.



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Lunaris - Cyclic
Review by Mike Korn
I won't mince words here. Right off the bat, I will say that this record will almost certainly be my top pick for metal album of 2004, barring the release of something truly massive.
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Lunatica - Fables & Dreams
Review by Greg Olma
The success of bands like Evanescence and Lacuna Coil has really opened the door for many female fronted bands. If I were to compare Lunatica with anyone, I would have to say they come close to Nightwish.
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Lunden Reign - American Stranger
Review by Gary Hill
This act is being billed as a progressive rock band. I don’t get that at all.

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