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Bite-sized Music Reviews

Small, quick-to-read reviews of a wide-array of albums, with personal views of the records. Take a look around, you might even find your new favourite album in here somewhere!

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The Reviews. . .

Review No. IX: Brain Salad Surgery

Music is quite a thing.

Review No. VIII: Satan - The First Demo

Talking about a demo tape from Satan, a NWoBHM band from 1981.

Review No. VII: In Free Fall

Album by big Cummy himself.

Review No. VI: Pet Sounds

Classic rock album by The Beach Boys.

Review No. V: Christian and the Hedgehog Boys

First album by Christine Weston Chandler, end of the line here, boyz.

Review No. IV: Introducing Sparks

The first-uh, seventh album by the American rock band Sparks, released in 1977 by brothers Ron, and Russell Mael.

Review No. III: God Bless Tiny Tim

Freaky first album by Tiny Tim from 1968. Album has the song "Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight", that was used on the first episode of SpongeBob SquarePants in 1999, three years after Tiny Tim's death.

Review No. II: Metal Church - Demo Tape with Snair

Early demo for the American metal band, released in 1988. Demo also has Snair (originally called Hellion), who only have one full-length album, with two demos.

Review No. I: Jugulator

Thirteenth album by British metal band Judas Priest. Released 1997, with singer Tim "Ripper" Owens on his first Priest album, after taking over from the band's main singer, Rob Halford.

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