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Tachyon - Teleportation
Review by G. W. Hill

I like this a lot. Not everything is perfect, but everything has definite positive qualities.


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TagYerit - Heavy Construction
Review by Gary Hill

This album is a wonderfully entertaining piece of work. Essentially, the entire disc is catchy pop tunes, but all of them are done in a very left of field manner.


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TagYerit - Tubeman
Review by Gary Hill
The second album by Tag Yerit, this one is a bit less humorous than the last one. It still has some definite funny stuff, though, and carries on with the musical themes of the band; sort of a quirky combo of sounds as diverse as '60's and '50's rock, The B-52's and Blondie.

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Take Me to the Pilot - What Makes You
Review by G. W. Hill

There’s nothing Earth shattering or groundbreaking here. What’s here, though is very catchy and accessible.


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Tapebenders - Chasing Ghosts
Review by G. W. Hill

This group started out as “Elusive Parallelograms.”


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Geoff Tate - Geoff Tate
Review by Gary Hill
Geoff Tate (the man) is probably best known as the lead singer of Queensryche. "Geoff Tate" (the album) is not likely to be confused with an album by Queensryche. However, why should it be?
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The Tea Party - Seven Circles
Review by Bruce Stringer
According to Stuart Chatwood (The Tea Party's bassist / keyboardist), this CD contains a more palatable sound as opposed to "..all the weird stuff that no-one likes to hear".
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Pete Teo - Rustic Living for Urbanites
Review by Bruce Stringer
This review was probably one of the hardest that I have ever had to write about. Pete is Malaysia's answer to Leonard Cohen or Suzanne Vega.
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Terraplane - Black and White – Expanded Edition
Review by G. W. Hill

I like this set quite a bit.


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Simon Thacker's Svara-Kanti - Rakshasa
Review by G. W. Hill

For the most part, being pure world music, the sounds here are quite organic and rather sedate.


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Third World - Under the Magic Sun
Review by G. W. Hill

Third World turns their attention to covering a lot of really classic songs.


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38 Special - A Wild Eyed Christmas Night
Review by Gary Hill
When you think of Christmas music 38 Special is not really a name that pops immediately to mind. It might after you hear this CD. The group has cut loose with their take on holiday music, and it is quite an effective collection.

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Chris Thompson - Toys & Dishes
Review by G. W. Hill

Chris Thompson is probably best known for his time as the singer in Manfred Mann’s Earth Band.


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3 Kisses - Wings
Review by Gary Hill
Texas based 3 Kisses describes their music as alternative pop, and that pretty well sums it up. This group has a lot in common with Blondie and the Go Go's in terms of their retro brand of pop rock, but they also have a more garage sound like the indie and alternative rockers of today. 
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3 Years Hollow - The Cracks
Review by G. W. Hill

This band hails from my home state of Illinois. This album shows that they are quite talented.


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Tiebreaker - Nicotine (digital single)
Review by G. W. Hill

When Tiebreakers’s last disc came out, I loved it.


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Tiebreaker - Where Can Love Go Wrong? (Digital Single)
Review by G. W. Hill
This is the new single from Tiebreaker, and it’s got a really classic rock sound. 
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Tishamingo - Wear N' Tear
Review by Gary Hill
Alright, so first off, it is a weird name. As it turns out the name is taken from the movie "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"
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Tokyo Dragons - Give Me The Fear
Review by Greg Olma

This CD is the second gem I have been asked to review for this issue. I read a little blurb in Classic Rock Magazine but I really did not have a clue to what Tokyo Dragons is all about. 


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Tony C & The Truth - Demonophic Blues
Review by Gary Hill

This is the debut for this outfit, and I have a hunch these guys may make some serious movement in the music business - at least if talent, chops and just plain coolness will still get you anywhere.


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Tower of Power - The Oakland Zone
Review by Gary Hill
In the day Tower of Power were one of the biggies in funk and soul music. This group nearly ruled supreme over the style.

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Matt Townsend and the Wonder of the World - Matt Townsend and the Wonder of the World
Review by G. W. Hill

This album feels like it could have been released in the 1960s.


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Mike Tramp - Cobblestone Street
Review by G. W. Hill

Mike Tramp is best known as the lead singer for the metal band White Lion.


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Pat Travers - Hot Shot
Review by G. W. Hill

You kind of know what you are going to get when you put on a Pat Travers CD.


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Joe Tripp and the Hops - Six Songs
Review by G. W. Hill

I don’t know if the EP title is an example of over-stating the obvious or truth in advertising.


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Walter Trout - Luther's Blues: A Tribute to Luther Allison
Review by Larry Toering

This is actually the first album of covers by Walter Trout, in what is a career catalog spanning 22 albums, thus far.


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