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45 years ago today, the Allman Brothers Band released a unique hybrid album that literally bridges two eras with the 1972 double album Eat a Peach. This album included tracks recorded prior to and in the wake of the tragedy which took the life of lead guitarist Duanne Allman, who was killed in a motorcycle accident in October 1971. The album is a tribute to him and his fantastic guitar work.

http://www.classicrockreview.com/2012/12/1972-allman-brothers-eap/



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20 years ago, The Offspring released their major label debut, Ixnay on the Hombre, which was their fourth overall album. Here, the Southern California quartet found the sweet spot somewhere between hard rock and hardcore.

http://www.classicrockreview.com/2017/02/1997-offspring-ixnay-on-hombre/




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After nearly a dozen albums and constant lineup changes, Fleetwood Mac finally got their formula right in the mid seventies. 1977′s Rumours would become not just the band’s best selling album, but one of the highest selling albums ever up to that point in time.

http://www.classicrockreview.com/2012/01/1977-fleetwood-mac-rumours/

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Largely forgotten by critics and mainstream rock fans, Animals is a true original among a Pink Floyd library which is loaded with originals. This album also signifies a definitive turning point from the band-oriented works to those dominated by Roger Waters.

http://www.classicrockreview.com/2012/01/1977-pink-floyd-animals/

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Modern Rock Review has published our latest version of Harder Rock Review, featuring Pentagram, Augmented Reality Project, Hollow Bones, Misamore, The Company Corvette, Austaras and Quor -

http://www.modernrockreview.com/2017-0113-hrr3/


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The famous “Mark II” linep of Deep Purple had three separate phases. The middle “reunion” period from 1984 to 1988 included The House of Blue Light in 1987, which added a strong dose of classic rock legitimacy to an area dominated by modern trends and hair bands.

http://www.classicrockreview.com/2012/10/1987-deep-purple-thobl/

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Modern Rock Review's Choice 5 for January 2017 featuring Body Wars by June Divided, End of the Times by The Corridors, Murtsgod by Dogstrum, Sex Was Gold by Matthew Stewart and Snakes In Blossom by Angertea.

http://www.modernrockreview.com/2017-01-choice-5/

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Pearl Jam took a major stylistic turn with their fourth album, No Code. Here, they fused their traditional hard rock with elements of blues, jazz, country and world beats to forge their most unique release to date.

http://www.classicrockreview.com/2016/12/1996-pearl-jam-no-code/

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2016 has been a sadly brutal year as far as high profile rock and roll deaths go. As we exit this year, we have provided this tribute to some of those we lost during the past year and how they will be missed in the future.

http://www.riverofrock.com/2016-music-people-well-miss/


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Genesis had a short and largely forgotten era between the departure of Peter Gabriel and their evolution into a hit-making pop band. The band put out two albums in 1976 with sounds that almost straddle both the past and future of this ever evolving band.

http://www.classicrockreview.com/2011/11/1976-genesis-double-review/
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