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Gutter Ballet
Review by Mike Korn
Very few bands have ever tasted the adversity that Savatage has. Nor have many stuck by their guns through the shifting tides of the music industry the way these Floridians have.
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Poets and Madmen
Review by Gary Hill
In the battle for best hard rocking album of 2001 Savatage may well have fired the winning shot with this one. Indeed, this is arguably one of the greatest prog metal albums of all time, taking its place with Queensryche's Operation Mindcrime and Paradox by Royal Hunt.
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Chris Caffery
Review by Greg Olma
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Circle II Circle
Review by Greg Olma
Interview with Zak Stevens of Circle II Circle from 2007
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Jon Oliva's Pain
Review by Greg Olma
Interview with Jon Oliva
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Circle II Circle
Review by Greg Olma
Interview with Zak Stevens from Circle II Circle From 2007
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Seven Witches
Review by Mike Korn
Interview With Seven Witches' Jack Frost From 2007



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Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Beethoven’s Last Night
Review by Tim Jones
Trans-Siberian Orchestra began as a side-project of Savatage, a progressive metal band led by Jon Oliva and Paul O’Neill.  TSO’s first single, in fact, appeared first on the Savatage album Dead Winter Dead. 
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Circle II Circle - Burden Of Truth
Review by Greg Olma
I was a bit concerned receiving this CD to review. I have been a fan of Zak Stevens since I first heard him in Savatage.
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Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Christmas Eve and Other Stories
Review by Rick Damigella
Christmas Eve and Other Stories is the first concept album from the now world-renowned Trans-Siberian Orchestra. What originally began as a trilogy of albums will likely grow to include a fourth next year from this collaboration of musicians born out of the prog-metal band Savatage.
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Doro - Classic Diamonds DVD
Review by Gary Hill
The first thing that's apparent with this DVD is that you get a lot for your money. There are two full concerts one 43 minutes long and one 61 minutes, but that's only the beginning.
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Circle II Circle - Delusions Of Grandeur
Review by Greg Olma
Zak Stevens has returned with a new disc that sees him experimenting a little with newer sounds.  I really liked his last CD Burden Of Truth but I'm glad he has decided to expand his music a little.
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Telergy - Hypatia
Review by G. W. Hill

Telergy consistently releases strong progressive rock albums.


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Jon Oliva's Pain - Maniacal Renderings
Review by Greg Olma
It is really difficult for me to review this and not compare it to Savatage. Jon Oliva being the main songwriter in both bands, it obviously makes the music similar.
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Chris Caffery - Pins And Needles
Review by Greg Olma
Many of you will know Chris Caffery from his work with Savatage or Trans-Siberian Orchestra but you may not know that he has also been a solo artist since 2004. Pins and Needles is his third solo release and it is also by far his most heavy metal record.
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Trans-Siberian Orchestra - The Christmas Attic (vinyl)
Review by G. W. Hill

This classic Trans-Siberian Orchestra album has just been reissued on vinyl.


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Trans-Siberian Orchestra - The Lost Christmas Eve
Review by Gary Hill
For those not in the know, Trans-Siberian Orchestra is a spin off from the band Savatage. This is the third CD in a trilogy of Christmas discs the band has produced.
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Joe Lynn Turner - The Sessions
Review by G. W. Hill
This is essentially a compilation disc of cover tunes from Joe Lynn Turner.

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Seven Witches - Xiled To Infinity And One
Review by Mike Korn
There's a lot of hot air being expelled by bands claiming they are "true" heavy metal these days. In most cases, hot air is all that it is.
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