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A Twisted Christmas
Review by Rick Damigella
Twas the month before Christmas and all through the stores, not an album was stirring, they were all such bores. The new releases were sitting, all snug in their racks, in hopes that buyers soon would buy stacks.
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Club Daze Vol. 1
Review by Travis Jensen
In the early days of the origins of metal music, names like Black Sabbath, Alice Cooper, Kiss, Iron Butterfly, Deep Purple and Judas Priest were just a few bands that defined what we have been influenced heavily by today.

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Club Daze Volume II: Live in the Bars
Review by Scott Prinzing
Originally released in 2001, this disc will be a “must have” for any Twisted Sister fan.  

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Come Out And Play
Review by Larry Toering
In this remastered collection of re-releases, Twisted Sister are very well revitalised.

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Live At Hammersmith '84
Review by Larry Toering
Describing live versions of songs can be as challenging as it is redundant, which is why I choose live recordings wisely at MSJ.

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Live At The Astoria
Review by Greg Olma
Twisted Sister can still cut it live and here in my grubby hands is proof.
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Live at Wacken The Reunion
Review by Greg Olma
This CD/DVD set is real value for your money. The DVD is 105 minutes and contains their Wacken performance in 2003 along with a whole host of TV spots and behind the scenes footage.
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Love Is For Suckers
Review by Greg Olma
This album started out as Dee Snider solo record but back in 1987, it was thought that Twisted Sister was a better brand so the executives decided to make this a Twisted Sister record.  

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Under the Blade
Review by Scott Prinzing
As the years go by, some things just get better with age.  

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You Can't Stop Rock N' Roll
Review by Mike Korn
I'm really glad to see this ‘80s classic getting the deluxe re-release treatment.

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DVD Reviews
Twisted Sister - Double Live DVD
Review by Larry Toering
On this two disc set, Twisted Sister are found in all of their glory from the early days to the more recent reunion era.

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Girlschool - Legacy
Review by Gary Hill
In the last issue of Music Street Journal I reviewed the latest Bang Your Head DVD and it featured Girlschool. I saw the band years ago and their performance on that DVD was every bit as potent as they were in their early years.
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Thor - Metal Avenger
Review by G. W. Hill

The latest disc from Thor features a lot of exceptional guests.


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Various Artists - Monster Ballads Christmas
Review by Gary Hill

Discs like this are always kind of iffy. I mean, there’s definitely a certain gimmicky side to them.


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Various Artists - Pure Fire - The Ultimate Kiss Tribute
Review by Gary Hill

This is a reissue of an older Kiss tribute album. It was originally called "Spin the Bottle," and I remember seeing it around that first time out.


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Various Artists - Sin-Atra
Review by Gary Hill

Featuring hard rocking adaptations of Frank Sinatra songs, this is kind of a mixed bag.


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Alice Cooper - Super Duper Alice Cooper DVD
Review by G. W. Hill

This was released to theaters a while ago. I wish I’d gone to see it then.


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Various Artists - Twisted Forever...A Tribute to Twisted Sister
Review by Mike Korn
Twisted Sister was one of my favorite "hair" bands from the 80's. Despite the fact that I loathed most of the glammy commercial metal at that time, there was something fun about these goofy looking New Yorkers that appealed to me.
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Various Artists - Underrated Rock Book: The 200 Most Overlooked Albums 1970-2015 written by Jim Santora, Jr.
Review by Gary Hill

The premise is simple: list 200 albums that are under-appreciated. When Jim Santora started the project he set some ground rules. 


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