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'Against The Wind' - Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band. Was really into Bob Seger in 1987. Love the look of this album.

'Against The Wind' - Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band. Was really into Bob Seger in Love the look of this album.

The second KISS album I ever bought. Special silver printed double LP - I might have to buy this one again...

The second KISS album I ever bought. Special silver printed double LP - I might have to buy this one again.

'The Completion Backward Principle' by The Tubes was the only album I ever liked amongst my sisters' collection of Adam Ant and Bay City Rollers records. Great album title. Even greater tracks.

'The Completion Backward Principle' by The Tubes was the only album I ever liked amongst my sisters' collection of Adam Ant and Bay City Rollers records. Even greater tracks.

The Eagles was the soundtrack to my school childhood days. Also was the soundtrack to my university days (but that might've been the pot talking).

The Eagles The Long Run LP With five number one singles, fourteen Top 40 hits, and four number one albums, the Eagles were among the most successful recording artists of the At the end of

If you've watched 'CSI' you'll probably recognise the music of this great Rock band. The Who's album 'Who's Next' has the great 'Baba O'Reilly' and the epic 'Won't Get Fooled Again'. Cheeky album cover too.

Behind Blue Eyes is a song by the English rock band The Who. Lyrics: No one knows what it's like to be the bad man To be the sad man behind blue eyes No one .

'ALIVE!' by KISS. To me, the best live rock concert album of all time and their best ever record. A total game changer when it was released in 1975. Don't believe me? Listen to it. I dare you.

' by KISS. To me, the best live rock concert album of all time and their best ever record. A total game changer when it was released in Don't believe me? Listen to it. I dare you.

My favourite album from The Beatles -'Abbey Road'. When true rock gods walked the earth - or in this case, the zebra crossing.

My favourite album from The Beatles -'Abbey Road'. When true rock gods walked the earth - or in this case, the zebra crossing.