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E-Z

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That looks interesting Riff I haven't seen it before?. I like Krokus mainly the 1980s material although I haven't heard any new Krokus cds since the early 2000s
 

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I once had all the Deram re-released Savoy Brown cds back in the very early 1990s from the first album in 1967 through to the last album in 1978 but I foolishly went and sold them all off but now I regret doing that because not only do I think they are all now quite rare to find but they were all musically good to listen to.
 
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Savoy Brown were a great band. Yeah, I've done the same thing with my collection. I went through a stage of not enjoying Steely Dan and sold all their albums that I had in my collection. Bad mistake. I haven't been able to replace with neither the vinyl nor CDs'.
 
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Savoy Brown were a great band. Yeah, I've done the same thing with my collection. I went through a stage of not enjoying Steely Dan and sold all their albums that I had in my collection. Bad mistake. I haven't been able to replace with neither the vinyl nor CDs'.
Funny in the last 8-9 months I have bought all the Steely Dan cds I have come across after not really bothering about them down the years. Obviously I remember Reeling In The Years & Do It Again back in the 1970s but never really bothered about them as a band.
 

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