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Old 04-14-2015, 11:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Note to mods: I can't figure out how to do this without screwing up my journals vis a vis the max character limit. These indices are already quite long and will only grow over time. If they push the mcl beyond what is allowed on my very first entry, where do I go?

So my only real option is to create them as a separate thread that I can refer back to and edit as I fill in more details. If there's some other way to do this that involves the index being an actual part of my journal(s) please let me know, otherwise I'll have to go with this. Thanks.

THE PLAYLIST OF LIFE: TROLLHEART'S RESURRECTED JOURNAL

I've been meaning to do this for some time now, but it takes a bit of self-discipline to sit down and actually catalogue everything that's been written in my journal over the last four years. Seeing as this month marks the fourth anniversary of the rebirth of my journal though, this seemed as good a time as any to tackle it. So here it is.

Note: I have not included links, for two reasons. One, it's way too time-consuming and boring, and two, I'd end up with like thousands of links all saying nothing more than the name of this journal, which would look bad. But you know, or you should know, that you can jump to any page in my journal, or anyone else's, by simply clicking on the little arrow to the far right of where the page numbers show, either at the top or base of the page. You'll see a small white box pop up. Type into that box the page you want, hit "Go" and it will take you there. So if for instance you want page 174, type 174 into the box and you'll be taken to that page.

Also note: I have not included certain sections in this index. This is again for several reasons. Over the course of four years I have tried to refine and improve my journal as best I can, and some of the sections --- “Random Track of the Day”, “The Daily Earworm”, “Journal News” etc --- no longer run and would be of little interest to anyone. They're still there; you can seek them out if you want but I ain't gonna reference each one here. The index is going to be quite large enough anyway, and will of course grow as I add more pages to the journal. Each page has any album reviews listed first, with specialised sections after those. I haven't italicised album names as again it's just too much hassle. You know what they are.

It's a big undertaking so as of the time of writing (April 14 2015) I have only the first fifty pages done. I'll add more as I do them. Hope this index helps you find what you're looking for here.


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Page 1
Album reviews: Seconds out by Genesis, Copperhead Road by Steve Earle, Happiness is the road by Marillion, Night owl by Gerry Rafferty and Brave new world by Iron Maiden

Page 2
Album reviews: Tyranny and Room V by Shadow Gallery, Analogue by a-ha, Once and future king by Gary Hughes, Closer by Josh Groban, Rising by Rainbow, Paradise in flames by Axxis, Oceanic by Vangelis, Perfect balance by Balance of Power and Nebraska by Bruce Springsteen

Page 3
Album reviews: The wake of Magellan by Savatage, Mind bomb by The The, Raingods with Zippos by Fish, These Days by Bon Jovi

Page 4
Album reviews: Have a nice day and The Circle by Bon Jovi, Lady MacBeth by Lana Lane, The sea of love by The Adventures, Like a rock by Bob Seger, Original sin by Pandora's Box, Casanova by The Divine Comedy and Small change by Tom Waits.
Spinning the wheel (random album): Every good boy deserves favour by The Moody Blues

Page 5
The Secret Life of the Album Cover #1 --- Fugazi by Marillion
Album reviews: Jeff Wayne's musical version of “The War of the Worlds”, Arrival by Journey, Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman, Howe s/t, Here's to the heroes by The Ten Tenors, Thunder and lightning by Thin Lizzy and Dawn Patrol by Night Ranger.

Page 6
Album reviews: Long road out of Eden by The Eagles, I stand alone by Agnetha Faltskog, Photo-finish by Rory Gallagher, Subsurface by Threshold, Believe by Pendragon, Fact and fiction by Twelfth Night and Water sign by Chris Rea.
The Very Best of Irish: Feel no shame by Aslan

Page 7
Album reviews: Door to door by The Cars, Brigade by Heart, Borrowed time by Diamond Head, On air by Alan Parsons and Late night grande hotel by Nanci Griffith.
Taking Centre Stage (An in-depth look at one artiste's career): Steve Earle

Page 8
Album reviews: Behind the mask by Fleetwood Mac, Crusader by Chris de Burgh, Storms over still water by Mostly Autumn, Houglass by Millenium, Us by Peter Gabriel, Once around the world by It Bites, Cry by Faith Hill and The Division Bell by Pink Floyd.

Page 9
Album reviews: One way home by The Hooters, The Stranger by Billy Joel, Out of the blue by ELO, Babylon by Ten, Third stage by Boston, No more shall we part by Nick Cave.
Trollheart's handy guide to twentieth century technology.

Page 10
Album reviews: Fanatic by Jadis, Marauder by Blackfoot, Escapology by Robbie Williams, The eyes of the shadow by Silent Edge, Wild cat by The Tygers of Pan Tang, The cat is out by Judie Tzuke, Long live the king by Narnia and Diamond sun by Glass Tiger.
The Secret Life of the Album Cover # 2: Still got the blues by Gary Moore.

Page 11
Album reviews: Judas Christ by Tiamat, Ghost opera by Kamelot, The Virgin Suicides OST by Air, Count three and pray by Berlin, Eliminator by ZZ Top, Trilogy by Yngwie Malmsteen and Different light by The Bangles.
The Very Best of Irish: The long acre by In Tua Nua

Page 12
Album reviews: Flirtin' with disaster by Molly Hatchet, Back to Bedlam by James Blunt, The seeds of love by Tears For Fears and Aphrodite by Kylie Minogue.

Page 13
Album reviews: Freeman by Labyrinth, Of wars in Osyrhia by Fairyland, Lead me on by Amy Grant and Couldn't stand the weather by Stevie Ray Vaughan.

Page 14
Album reviews: Postcards from Heaven by The Lighthouse Family, Black tiger by Y&T, Bella Donna by Stevie Nicks and Fallen by Evanescence.
Gone solo in the game (tracking the solo career of an artiste): Phil Lynott

Page 15
Album reviews: Man of colours by Icehouse, Voice in the wind by David Castle, Rebel soul by Bonfire, Raintown by Deacon Blue.
Spinning the Wheel: Songs for Polar Bears by Snow Patrol
The Very Best of Irish: No frontiers by Mary Black
Words get in the way (instrumental): Fleetwood Mac/Alan Parsons Project/Eagles

Page 16
Album reviews: Crimson skies by Cloudscape and Underworld by Adagio.
Nice song: shame about the album! The raging fire by Seventh Key

Page 17
Album reviews: Brand new morning by Magnum, Cry like a rainstorm, howl like the wind by Linda Ronstadt, Electric youth by Debbie Gibson and Christopher Cross s/t.
Trollheart's Treasure Chest (featuring unsigned artistes): Accelerator/Aedgemont and Abstract

Page 18
Album reviews: Diary of a madman by Ozzy Osbourne, In the eye of the storm by Roger Hodgson, Ghost by Matt Stevens.
The Secret Life of the Album Cover #3: Heartattack and Vine by Tom Waits
Weird **** I like: Jilted John/Gethsemane/Star Trekkin'/Supernature/O Superman
A Marriage made in...? (odd collaborations): Jimmy Page and Puff Daddy

Page 19
Album reviews: Radio KAOS by Roger Waters, The bridge of light by Apocalypse.
Variations on a theme: Rain
Words get in the way: Marillion/Steve Hackett/Twelfth Night
Head Start (Tracks that start albums off well): Thin Lizzy/Suzanne Vega/Bruce Springsteen/Don Henley/ Bon Jovi
Run for cover! (Odd cover versions): “Easy” by Commodores/ Faith No More
Trollheart's Treasure Chest: A Beautiful Tragedy/ A Big Guitar/ A Blue Duk

Page 20
Album reviews: The tao of the dead by ... And you will know us by the trail of dead, The smoker your drink the player you get by Joe Walsh and Cuts like a knife by Bryan Adams.
Nice song: shame about the album! The Road to Hell part 2 by Chris Rea
A Marriage made in ... Queen/David Bowie
Gobsmacked! (Surprisingly good albums): Heartbeat by Don Johnson

Page 21
Album reviews: Hold me by Laura Branigan, Abominog by Uriah Heep, Close by Kim Wilde and Phoenix by Asia.
Weird **** I like: Earth, Wind and Fire/Barry Manilow/Glenn Miller/Charlie Daniels Band/Art of Noise

Page 22
Album reviews: Symphony of the night by Nightscape, A bit of what you fancy by The Quireboys and Grace by Jeff Buckley.
Variations on a theme: Eyes
Last Chance Saloon (one more chance to “get” an album): Virtual XI by Iron Maiden
More than words (lyrical explanations): “Waterdrop” by Axxis

Page 23
Album reviews: Emotional creatures part 1 by Steve Thorne, 2112 by Rush.
Tribute to 9/11 victims
As heard on TV (TV themes)
The Beginner's Guide to.... Threshold

Page 24
Album reviews: Listen without prejudice by George Michael
The Very Best of Irish: Stuck together with God's glue by Something Happens!
Happy Endings (good tracks to close albums on): Marillion/The The/The Divine Comedy/Peter Gabriel/David Bowie.
Spinning the Wheel: Acoustic TV broadcast by Icon

Page 25
Gone solo in the game: Ric Ocasek

Page 26
Weird **** I like: Simpsons/Ella Fitzgerald/Britney/Landscape/Hawkwind
The Softer Side of ... Gary Moore
Run for cover! “If” by Bread/ Telly Savalas

Page 27
Album reviews: Night castle by Trans-Siberian Orchestra and Empire by Kasabian.
Get the Culture Bug! (Classical tracks): Holst/Beethoven/Tchaikovsky/Rossini/Mozart
Nice song: shame about the album! Scarlet and other stories by All About Eve
Words get in the way: Arena/Mostly autumn/Savatage

Page 28
Album reviews: Glorious fool by John Martyn, Hurricane Town by Stampede.
Trollheart's Treasure Chest: A Drive on Lynn/ A Flash in the Pan/ A Glimpse of Death

Page 29
Album reviews: Corridors of power by Gary Moore.
A Marriage made in ... Natalie and Nat “King” Cole
Taking Centre Stage: Iron Maiden
Come alive! (Live versions of songs): “No woman no cry” by Bob Marley

Page 30
Album reviews: GTR s/t, Holy diver by Dio.
Last Chance Saloon: Somewhere else by Marillion
Gobsmacked! Pictures for pleasure by Charlie Sexton
More than words: “Rock and roll I gave you the best years of my life” by Kevin Johnson

Page 31
The Secret Life of the Album Cover # 4: Face the music by ELO
Variations on a theme: Animals

Page 32
Album reviews: Pyramid by The Alan Parsons Project.
Witches, Bitches, Maidens and Monsters: The Bands of the NWOBHM: Praying Mantis, Angel Witch and Trespass
Head Start: Meat Loaf/Tom Waits/Genesis/Chris de Burgh/Journey

Page 33
Album reviews: Bad attitude by Meat Loaf.
The Very Best of Irish: Ordinary man by Christy Moore
Popcorn (movie themes)

Page 34
Album reviews: Seventies Week commences with Tapestry by Carole King, Black Rose by Thin Lizzy and Spanish Train by Chris de Burgh.
Weird **** I like: Tomita/Gordon Lightfoot/Gilbert O'Sullivan/Tony Christie/Peter Shelley
Run for cover! “Everything I own” by Bread/Ken Boothe

Page 35
Album reviews: Seventies Week continues with Harvest by Neil Young and Stranger in town by Bob Seger.
Let's hear it for the girls! Diana Ross/Crystal Gayle/Donna Summer/Blondie/Suzi Quatro

Page 36
Album reviews: Seventies Week concludes with Four wheel drive by Bachman Turner Overdrive and The Fall and Rise of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars by David Bowie.
As heard on TV
Come alive! “Still in love with you” by Thin Lizzy

Page 37
Happy Endings: Arena/Pink Floyd/Tears For Fears/George Michael/Iron Maiden
Get the Culture Bug! Barber/Pachelbel/Schubert/Vivaldi/Liszt
Trollheart's Treasure Chest: A Greater Claim/A Headfull of Monsters/A Kiss to Remember

Page 38
Nice song: shame about the album! Now and Zen by Robert Plant
Maiden Voyages (debut albums): Dire Straits s/t
Words get in the way: Vangelis/Mason Williams/Matt Stevens

Page 39
Album reviews: Prominence and demise by Winds.
Rock'n'roll I gave you the best years of my life (career of a musican): John Sykes
A Marriage made in... Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue

Page 40
Spinning the Wheel: Blue Valentine by Tom Waits
Eurovision Hell: Portugal 1974

Page 41
Album reviews: This island life by Counting Crows.
The Softer side of ... Nick Cave
Everybody gets the blues

Page 42
More than words: “The ballet of the impact” by Spock's Beard
Let's hear it for the girls! Kate Bush/Sam Brown/Tina Turner/Stevie Nicks/Madonna
Happy Endings: Pendragon/Supertramp/Dio/Pallas/Roger Waters

Page 43
Album reviews: Karmacode by Lacuna Coil.
Weird **** I like: Nightmare Before Christmas/Peter Sarstedt/Christie/Spitting Image/Judy Collins
Crimes Against Music: Anita Dobson
Last Chance Saloon: Born again by Black Sabbath

Page 44
Gone solo in the game: Debbie Harry
Variations on a theme: scary things
The Beginner's Guide to ... Balance of Power

Page 45
Album reviews: A place where the sun is silent by Alesana
Love/Hate (an album by an artiste I love and one I don't): Mike and the Mechanics/Word of mouth by Mike and the Mechanics

Page 46
Album reviews: Final warning by Neural Mass.
Nice song: shame about the album! All that jazz by Breathe
Stranger in a strange land featuring Boybands part one (New Edition/ New Kids on the Block)
Unwritten (Albums I have never heard): Juggling 9 or dropping 10 by Enchant

Page 47
Head Start: Laura Branigan/Heart/Boston/Fish/Ten
Eurovision Hell: Denmark 1963
Meh (albums that did not impress me): The power and the myth by House of Lords

Page 48
Album reviews: Bad as me by Tom Waits, Hot fuss by The Killers.
Words get in the way: Mike Oldfield/Sky/Asia
A Marriage made in... Eminem/Elton John

Page 49
Album reviews: Forever autumn by Lake of Tears
Everybody gets the blues
As heard on TV

Page 50
Popcorn
Gobsmacked! Heart over mind by Jennifer Rush
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Pages 51- 100


Page 51
Album reviews: Gracious tide, take me home by Lanterns on the Lake.
More than words: “Windows and Walls” by Dan Fogelberg
The Secret Life of the Album Cover: Wild Cat, Spellbound, Crazy nights and The Cage by The Tygers of Pan Tang

Page 52
Album reviews: Kick by INXS.
Variations on a theme: Colours
Weird **** I like: Father Ted/Muppets/Judy Garland/Mongrels/Elaine Page

Page 53
Spinning the Wheel: Fables and dreams by Lunatica
The 200-word Album Review: Soul provider by Michael Bolton
Unwritten: Madmen, witches and vampires by Cain's Dinasty
Last Chance Saloon: 52nd Street by Billy Joel
Run for cover! “Berlin/Story from a thin wall” by Marillion/Fish

Page 54
Album reviews: Fallen empires by Snow Patrol and Coming around again by Carly Simon

Page 55
Album reviews: Little Shop of Horrors OST, Tracy Chapman s/t
The 200-word Album Review: Bad English s/t
The Beginner's Guide to ... The Divine Comedy
Epics: Marillion/Rainbow/IQ/Salem Hill/Redemption

Page 56
Album reviews: Bridge of spies by T'Pau
Meh: Love scenes by Beverley Craven
The 200-word Album Review: Arrive alive by Pallas
Eurovision Hell: Ukraine 2009

Page 57
Album reviews: Body language by Kylie Minogue
The Classic Rock Collection: Led Zeppelin/Steppenwolf/Lynyrd Skynyrd/The Who/The Grateful Dead
Taking Centre Stage: a-ha

Page 58
Album reviews: Cold winds on timeless days by Charred Walls of the Damned, Windows and Walls by Dan Fogelberg.
Nice song: shame about the album! Can't look away by Trevor Rabin
Maiden Voyages: Parachutes by Coldplay

Page 59
Album reviews: Hell on heels by Pistol Annies
Words get in the way: Mostly Autumn/Peter Gabriel/Rick Wakeman
Unwritten: The cutter and the clan by Runrig
The 200-word Album Review: Repeat offender by Richard Marx

Page 60
Album reviews: Marc Cohn s/t, The Ultimate Collection by Neil Diamond
As heard on TV

Page 61
Album reviews: Grace for drowning by Steven Wilson
Witches, Bitches, Maidens and Monsters: The bands of the NWOBHM: Raven, Venom and Cloven Hoof

Page 62
Album reviews: Repression by Trust
A Marriage made in... Tom Waits/Bette Midler
Trollheart's Treasure Chest: A Minor Project/ A Monster named Hugo/ Angeles Negros
Let's hear it for the girls! Kim Wilde/Avril Lavigne/Florence and the Machine/Katherine Jenkins/Lana Lane

Page 63
Album reviews: Sign o' the times by Prince, The city sleeps by Touchstone
Rockaria! Genius: A rock opera by Daniele Liverani
Gobsmacked! Murder of crows by Human Temple

Page 64
Album reviews: Full moon fever by Tom Petty, Hell in a handbasket by Meat Loaf
The 200-word Album Review: Juggernaut by Frank Marino
The Very Best of Irish: Plug it in by Mamas Boys

Page 65
Album reviews: Jordan: the comeback by Prefab Sprout, New blood by Peter Gabriel
The Word according to Waits: Better off without a wife/Burma-shave/9th and Hennepin
Get the Culture Bug! Bach/Prokofiev/Handel/ Trans-Siberian Orchestra/Tchaikovsky
Weird **** I like: Frank Kelly/ Bette Midler/ Mongrels/The Fureys/Jim McCann

Page 66
Album reviews: Soul 2 by Seal, Move like this by The Cars
Variations on a theme: Family

Page 67
Album reviews: Daydream by Katherine Jenkins, Eclipse by Journey, We too are one by The Eurythmics and The Ghost you gave to me by 3.

Page 68
Album reviews: 50 words for snow by Kate Bush, All that you can't leave behind by U2, I'll never get out of this world alive by Steve Earle and Terra Incognita: beyond the horizon by Roswell Six.
Epics: Arena/Genesis/Van der Graff Generator/Ten/Virgin Steele

Page 69
Album reviews: The man who by Travis, American slang by The Gaslight Anthem and Christ 0 by Vanden Plas

Page 70
Album reviews: Innocent eyes by Delta Goodrem
Velvet Fist (Metal ballads): Accept/Sonata Arctica/Royal Hunt/ Metallica/Kamelot
Head Start: Deacon Blue/Robbie Williams/Tony Banks/Magnum/Bad English
Maiden Voyages: Iron Maiden s/t
Words get in the way: VSOP/Journey/Saga

Page 71
Album reviews: Stars aligned by The Von Hertzen Brothers
Love/Hate: Repeat offender and Rush Street by Richard Marx
The 200-word Album Review: Abstract symphony by Majestic

Page 72
Album reviews: Made in Heaven by Queen
The Classic Rock Collection: Clapton/Hendrix/Queen/Lizzy/Don McLean
Eurovision Hell: Ireland

Page 73
Run for cover! Herman's Hermits/Joshua James
Last Chance Saloon: Sailing to Philadelphia by Mark Knopfler
Come alive! “Once upon a time in the west” by Dire Straits

Page 74
Album reviews: Surface tension by Clockwork, Planetary confinement by Antimatter
Fingers of Fire (solos): Journey/Frank Marino/The Carpenters/Dire Straits/Thin Lizzy/Rory Gallagher
More than words: “Toy soldiers” by Martika

Page 75
Album reviews: Out from the cold by Coldspell, One among the living by Mystery
Velvet Fist: Elegy/Avalon/Manowar/Nightwish/Therion
Gone solo in the game: Bruce Dickinson

Page 76
Keep it Simple: “Wish you were here” by Pink Floyd
The Word according to Waits: Shore leave/Broken Bicycles/Heartattack and Vine

Page 77
Album reviews: Sin-Atra by Various artists, Daughtry s/t

Page 78
Album reviews: A new dawn by Orion Riders, Until we meet the sky by Solar Fields
A little bit of t'n'a: “Candyman” by Christina Aguilera
Crimes Against Music: SAW

Page 79
Album reviews: Ragnarok by Tyr, Bon Iver s/t, Part two: Emotional Creatures by Steve Thorne

Page 80
Album reviews: Young foolish happy by Pixie Lott, Master of reality by Black Sabbath, All About Eve s/t
Run for cover! Bob Dylan/Jimi Hendrix
The Very Best of Irish: the Next Generation

Page 81
Album reviews: Self preserved while the bodies float up by Oceansize, How to dismantle a U2 by The Atomic Bomb Audition, Undiscovered soul by Ritchie Sambora

Page 82
Album reviews: An unexpected turn of events by Dream Theater
The Softer side of ... Asia
Let's hear it for the girls! Laura Branigan/Debbie Gibson/Alicia Keys/Pointer Sisters/Sade

Page 83
Begins Gary Moore Week. As there are many little sections in this, not everything will be listed here, but if you want your Gary Moore fix, check between pages 83 and 89, as there was always at least two or three Moore items being posted at that time.
Album reviews: Wild frontier, Dirty fingers and Dark days in Paradise by Gary Moore
Gobsmacked! City streets by Carole King

Page 84
Album reviews: After the war by Gary Moore, Skid and 34 Hours by Skid Row; Hereafter by Magica
A Marriage made in ... Gary Moore/Phil Lynott
What's in a name? (Songs with the same title) “Open all night”

Page 85
Album reviews: Close as you get, Still got the blues and Back on the streets by Gary Moore; Bang goes the knighthood by The Divine Comedy
Love/Hate: Victims of the future and A different beat by Gary Moore
Words get in the way: Gary Moore edition
Head Starts and Happy Endings: Gary Moore edition

Page 86
Album reviews: Back to the blues by Gary Moore, Strange new flesh, Electric savage and The war dance by Colosseum II; Bad animals by Heart
We'll be right back after the break! (Interesting ads)
A little bit of t'n'a: “Destination Calabria” by Alex Gaudino

Page 87
Album reviews: Run for cover, After hours, Power of the blues by Gary Moore; G-Force s/t; Juggernaut of justice by Anvil

Page 88
Album reviews: Old new ballads blues, Blues for Greeny by Gary Moore; Scars s/t
Eurovision Hell: UK 1971

Page 89
Album reviews: Bad for you baby and Around the next dream by Gary Moore; Tough it out by FM, A different kind of truth by Van Halen.

Page 90
Album reviews: Cowboy Prostitutes s/t
Charity Cases (charity records): “Tears are not enough” by Northern Lights

Page 91
Album reviews: Experiments in mass appeal by Frost, Inside job by Don Henley, Heathen by David Bowie
The 200-word Album Review: Horse of a different colour by The Revenants

Page 92
Epics: Pink Floyd/Touchstone/Mostly Autumn/Fish/Ayreon
I'm a little bit Country: Willie Nelson/Dwight Yoakam/Johnny Cash/Randy Travis/Emmylou Harris

Page 93
Album reviews: Missa Atropos by Gazpacho
Nice song: shame about the album! Fur by Jane Weidlin

Page 94:
Album reviews: Which side are you on by Ani DiFranco
Tribute to Gerry Rafferty

Page 95
A little bit of t'n'a: “These boots are made for walking” by Jessica Simpson
The Very Best of Irish: The lion and the cobra by Sinead O'Connor, Sea sew by Lisa Hannigan
Variations on a theme: Numbers

Page 96
More than words: “Southbound train” by Nanci Griffith
The 200-word Album Review: Some tough city by Tony Carey

Page 97
Album reviews: Wrecking ball by Bruce Springsteen
Bad Apples: ELO/Chris de Burgh/Rush
Run for cover! “Read 'em and weep” by Meat Loaf/Barry Manilow

Page 98
Stranger in a strange land: Boybands part two (Nsync/Backstreet Boys/Take That/Boyzone)

Page 99
Album reviews: Road to darkness by Gandalf's Fist
Meh: Volume I by The Travelling Wilburys

Page 100
What's in a name? “Born to run”
The Word according to Waits: Pasties and a g-string/Black wings/What's he building?
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Come away human child to the waters and the wild
With a Faery hand in hand;
For the world's more full of weeping than you can understand.


W.B Yeats, The Stolen Child.

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Page 101
“Irish Week” begins
Album reviews: Tourist history by Two Door Cinema Club, The Tain by Horslips
Gone but not forgotten: Winters Reign

Page 102
Album reviews: Bloodless coup by Bell X-1, A brief crack of light by Therapy? and Trading secrets with the moon by The Adventures
Gone but not forgotten: Rory Gallagher

Page 103
Album reviews: The legend of Deirdre by Mychael and Jeff Danna, The monkeys in the zoo have more fun than me by Jape, The well below the valley by Planxty
The Irish abroad
Gone but not forgotten: Various

Page 104
Album reviews: We love you dark matter by Dark Room Notes, People by Hothouse Flowers, Shadow Hunter by Davy Spillane
The 200-word Album Review: The Black Album by Metallica
The Very Best of Irish: Various

Page 105
Album reviews: The seventh degree of separation by Arena, Stormwarning by Ten
The Classic Rock Collection: Free/Fleetwood Mac/Dire Straits/Alice Cooper/Norman Greenbaum
Eurovision Hell: Finland 1994
Rockaria! Days of rising doom by Aina

Page 106
Album reviews: The edge of all I know by Gwyllion
As heard on TV

Page 108
Album reviews: El Dorado Hotel by Lana Lane
Nice song: shame about the album! NB by Natasha Bedlingfield
Watching TV (Precursor to “The Couch Potato”)

Page 109
Album review: Buenos noches from a lonely room by Dwight Yoakam, Trinity by Eden's Curse
Last Chance Saloon: Caravanserai by Santana

Page 110
Album reviews: Metals by Feist, En vivo! By Iron Maiden

Page 111
Album reviews: Kingdoms of folly by Black Bayou Construkt, Save me, San Francisco by Train
A Marriage made in ... Matt Johnson and Sinead O'Connor

Page 112
Album reviews: Fear of a blank planet by Porcupine Tree, We were shipwrecks by Ilia
More than words: “Last man standing” by Bon Jovi

Page 113
Album reviews: Let love in by Nick Cave

Page 114
Come alive! “Breathe” by Kylie Minogue

Page 115
Charity cases: “Ferry cross the Mersey”
The 200-word Album Review: The lace by Benjamin Orr
Trollheart's Treasure Chest: A Reflection of You/ A Strange Wednesday/ A Shade of Difference/A Theory of Everything/A Thousand Daze/A Torn Mind

Page 116
Album reviews: Nothing's gonna change the way I feel about you now by Justin Townes Earle
Keyboard Wizards: Oceana by Derek Shernihan

Page 117
Album reviews: The Planets suite by Gustav Holst, Inhuman rampage by Dragonforce
Weird **** I like: Family Guy/Kermit/Alexei Sayle/Cartman/Perry Como

Page 118
Eurovision Hell: Israel 1978
The Very Best of Irish: Science and faith by The Script

Page 119
Album reviews: Dark passion play by Nightwish
Pet Hates: Greatest hits packages

Page 120
Album review: A fifty-year storm by The New Law
Variations on a theme: Trains
Fingers of Fire: Arena/Berlin/Y&T/Diamond Head/Gary Moore/Ten

Page 121
Album reviews: Three hearts in the happy ending machine by Daryl Hall
Albums that changed my life: Script for a jester's tear by Marillion
The Secret Life of the Album Cover # 5: Famous last words by Supertramp

Page 122
Album reviews: Out of nothing by Embrace
We'll be right back after the break!
I'm a little bit Country: Jim Reeves/Marty Robbins/ Nanci Griffith/Johnny Paycheck/Bellamy Brothers
The Very Best of Irish: Closer to you by The Coronas

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Album reviews: Break every rule by Tina Turner, Terra incognita: A line in the sand by Roswell Six, Onward by Hawkwind

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Album reviews: Grave dancers union by Soul Asylum
Bad Apples: Iron Maiden/Pallas/Phil Collins

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Album reviews: No place like home by Big Country
A Marriage made in ... David Bowie/Pat Metheny
Rock'n'roll I gave you the best years of my life: Ronnie James Dio

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Album reviews: To protect our way of living by Fadeout
Everybody gets the blues
Velvet Fist: Yngwie Malmsteen/Lillian Axe/Thunderstone/Deep Purple/Bonfire

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Album reviews: The City by Vangelis

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Album reviews: Stronger than pride by Sade, Hail to England by Manowar

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Album reviews: And they have escaped the weight of darkness by Olafur Arnalds
Get the Culture Bug! Wagner/Strauss/Rachmaninov/Mussorgsky/Brahms
Pet Hates: Jedward

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Album reviews: Dark eyes by Half Moon Run
Maiden Voyages: Supertramp s/t

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Album reviews: On the beach by Chris Rea
A little bit of t'n'a: “Baby one more time” by Britney Spears

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Albums that changed my life: The number of the Beast by Iron Maiden
Words get in the way: Dan Fogelberg & Tim Weisberg/Tom Waits/Elton John

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Album reviews: This is serious by Marilyn Martin

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Album review: Strong persuader by Robert Cray
No! It can't end like this! “Objects in the rear view mirror may appear closer than they are” by Meat Loaf
What's in a name? “Stay”

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Album reviews: Brood by My Friend the Chocolate Cake
The 200-word Album Review: Pyromania by Def Leppard

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Keep it Simple: “October” by U2

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Album reviews: XXX by Asia
Epics: Kate Bush/ Alan Parsons Project/Threshold/Black Sabbath/Kansas

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Run for cover! Harold Melvin/The Communards
The Word according to Waits: Soldier's things/Kentucky Avenue/The ocean doesn't want me
Pet Hates: Social media

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Album reviews: Greatest hits by The Carpenters

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Love/Hate: Wind and wuthering/Abacab by Genesis
Eurovision Hell: Germany 1972

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Album reviews: Singalong songs for the damned and delirious by Diablo Swing Orchestra, Damn the Machine s/t
Happy Endings: Supertramp/Lana Lane/Dan Fogelberg/Axxis/Praying Mantis

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Album reviews: Black holes and revelations by Muse
Witches, Bitches, Maidens and Monsters: The bands of the NWOBHM: Tank, Saxon
Unfinished Simpson-y

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Album reviews: Generator by Blindside Blues Band
Witches, Bitches, Maidens and Monsters: The bands of the NWOBHM: Wolf

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Album reviews: This mortal coil by Redemption
Keyboard Wizards: The Hound of the Baskervilles by Clive Nolan and Oliver Wakeman

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Album reviews: Maria McKee s/t
Albums from Hell? Fantastic by Wham!
Last Chance Saloon: The ghost of Tom Joad by Bruce Springsteen

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Album reviews: Nemesis by Saratoga, Snakes and ladders by Gerry Rafferty, Zoom by ELO
Meh: Waking hours by Del Amitri

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Album reviews: White ladder by David Gray, Desperado by The Eagles

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Album reviews: Tarot by Dark Moor, A silver lining by We Shot the Moon, Seventh Heaven by Anthony Phillips and Andrew Skeet
Charity Cases: “We're sending our love down the well” by Well Wishers
We'll be right back after the break!
The 200-word Album Review: Face value by Phil Collins
A Marriage made in ... Peter Gabriel/Kate Bush
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Album reviews: Re;story by Eri Kitamura, Destroy all monsters by Dec Burke
Variations on a theme: Sunshine
The Meat Grinder: Sauron
Series Link (Precursor to “The Couch Potato”)
Pet Hates: Before the break...

Page 152
Album reviews: Last of a dyin' breed by Lynyrd Skynyrd, Magnetic fields by Jean-Michel Jarre
Nice song: shame about the album! Reel life by Boy Meets Girl
More than words: “Harold the Barrel” by Genesis/”Oh life! (There must be more)” by The Alan Parsons Project
Stranger in a strange land: Boybands part 3 (Westlife)

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Album reviews: Wanted OST by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis
The Meat Grinder: Lucifer Excelsi
Stranger in a strange land: Boybands part 3 (continued) (Westlife, One Direction, The Wanted)
Keyboard Wizards: A curious feeling by Tony Banks

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Album reviews: As I am by Alicia Keys, I robot by The Alan Parsons Project, March of progress by Threshold, Metallic spheres by David Gilour and The Orb

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Album reviews: Love in the age of war by Men Without Hats, No sleep till Hammersmith by Motorhead
The Secret Life of the Album Cover # 6: Fear of the dark by Iron Maiden
The Plague Ship (The worst ever albums): Dead river by 19 ADD

Page 156
Album reviews: Interloper by Carbon Based Lifeforms
Velvet Fist: White Lion, Quiet Riot, Nostradameus, Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden
Albums that changed my life: Infected by The The
The Meat Grinder: Effrontery
My Brain Hurts! (Rants): Syria, Speeding

Page 157
Unfinished Simpson-y
Bad Apples: Heart, Marillion, Gary Moore
A Marriage made in ... Tom Jones/The Art of Noise
Variations on a theme: Halloween

Page 158
Album reviews: Vengeance descending by Crystal Eyes, British Lion by Steve Harris
What's in a name? “Family man”
Eurovision Hell: Hungary 1964

Page 159
Album reviews: Night visions by Imagine Dragons, Ambush by The Tygers of Pan Tang, The Hipsters by Deacon Blue, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Chapter One by Hostsonaten

Page 160
Album reviews: See right through you by Jadis, La futura by ZZ Top, The world is a game by Mystery, Sounds that can't be made by Marillion
No! It can't end like this! “Tearing at the faerytale” by Mostly Autumn

Page 161
Album reviews: Ghostory by School of Seven Bells, English Electric, Part one by Big Big Train, On the thirteenth day by Magnum, Behind the mask by Red Sand, Arrivals and Departures by The Calm Blue Sea
Run for cover! "Downtown train" by Rod Stewart/Tom Waits
More than words: “The Queen and the soldier” by Suzanne Vega
The Very Best of Irish: #3 by The Script

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Album reviews: Guardians by The Winter Tree, Ouroboros by Status Minor
25 of the worst Christmas albums ever begins

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Album reviews:Heresy and creed by Ten, The Calling by Neal Schon
Everybody gets the blues
Reasons to be cheerful: Hall and Oates/David Bowie/Whistle/Katrina and the Waves/Eddie Money

Page 164
Album reviews: Unbreakable by Primal Fear, Pandora's pinata by Diablo Swing Orchestra

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Album reviews: March of ghosts by Gazpacho, Silverthorn by Kamelot
Rockaria! Jesus Christ Superstar OST

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Album reviews: Momentum by Neal Morse, Cauldron of the wild by Witch Mountain

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Album reviews: Aftermath of the lowdown by Ritchie Sambora, Ampersand by Villebrad, Bag of bones by Europe
Epics: Spock's Beard/Big Big Train/Frost/Yes/Mystery
Variations on a theme: Roads

Page 168
Album reviews: Against the wind by Bob Seger, Brothers in arms by Dire Straits, Branigan by Laura Branigan, Purple Rain by Prince, Bad English s/t
The Very Best of Irish: Beacon by Two Door Cinema Club

Page 169
Album reviews: The good son by Nick Cave
Music, maestro, please! (Rock songs set to orchestral arrangements): Bon Jovi/Metallica/Motorhead/Rod Stewart/a-ha
Albums that changed my life: The Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd
The Meat Grinder: (Nothing found)

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Album reviews: Heartbeat City by The Cars, Sky 2 by SKY
The Albatross: “Follow you follow me” by Genesis
ShutUpShutUpShutUp! “Where did your heart go” by Wham!
A little bit of t'n'a: “Bootylicious” by Destiny's Child

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Album reviews: Hail by Eden Shadow, Shades of a blue orphanage by Thin Lizzy
Crashing solo: Midge Ure
The 200-word Album Review: Seventh son of a seventh son by Iron Maiden
Albums from hell? Actually by The Pet Shop Boys
Great moments in history set to music: The Battle of Thermopylae

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Album reviews: Sone things never change by Supertramp, Once upon a time by Simple Minds, Rare by Asia, Feeling mortal by Kris Kristofferson
Falling at the first fence: Tears in floods by Odyssea
Jumping on the Bandwagon? David Soul
More than words: “A fine, fine day” by Tony Carey

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Album reviews: Stop! By Sam Brown, Push the sky away by Nick Cave, Take the crown by Robbie Williams
The Very Best of Irish: Lore by Clannad
The Meat Grinder: Kampfor
What's in a name? “Sail away”

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Album reviews: Alternating scenes by Illusive Mind, Time passages by Al Stewart
Nice song: shame about the album! No angel by Dido
Guitar Man: Rory Gallagher

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Album reviews: Darkling, I listen by The Black Atlantic; As part of "Guitar Man": Taste/On the boards by Taste, Rory Gallagher/Deuce/Live in Europe/Blueprint/Tattoo/Irish Tour '74 by Rory Gallagher
Reasons to be cheerful: John Paul Young/Madonna/Bon Jovi/Fleetwood Mac/The Waterboys

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Great moments in history set to music: The Easter Rising
The 200-word Album Review: Mirage by Fleetwood Mac

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Album reviews: Dancing down the stony road by Chris Rea, Taking the long way by Dixie Chicks, The next day by David Bowie
Rolling the dice: All the little lights by Passenger
The Albatross: “Take on me” by a-ha

Page 178
Album reviews: Arc of a diver by Steve Winwood
A Marriage made in... Bryan Adams/Tina Turner
Triple Box Set: The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, Parts 1 and 2 and Invictus by Virgin Steele

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Album reviews: Bone Machine by Tom Waits, Krill by Plankton's Odyssey; As part of “Guitar Man”: Against the grain/Calling card/Photo finish/Top priority by Rory Gallagher; Flaunt the imperfection by China Crisis
Albums that changed my life: Oxygene by Jean-Michel Jarre

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Album reviews: Quatro by Suzi Quatro, Breaking away by Jaki Graham, One eye on the sunrise by Nine Stones Close
The 200-word Album Review: Heaven and Hell by Black Sabbath
Rolling the dice: Bat Sabbath: Bastards of reality by Cancer Bats

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Album reviews: Union by Yes, Scoundrel days by a-ha; As part of “Guitar Man”: Jinx and Defender by Rory Gallagher
Great moments in history set to music: Mandela freed
Two sides of the same coin: “It never rains in Southern California” by Albert Hammond and “Comin' home” by Bob Seger

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Words get in the way: Riverside/Virgin Steele/Anthony Phillips and Andrew Skeet
More than words: “The one you love” by Glenn Frey
Run for cover! “Common people” by William Shatner/Pulp

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Album reviews: Face the music by ELO
Crimes Against Music: Justin Bieber
Witches, Bitches, Maidens and Monsters: The bands of the NWOBHM: Sweet Savage, Girlschool

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Witches, Bitches, Maidens and Monsters: The bands of the NWOBHM: Diamond Head
Encyclopaedia Obscuria: Pilot
Discovery: What's on the Disc? “Don't be afraid” by The Windmill

Page 185
Album reviews: Has been by William Shatner, In the last waking moments by Edison's Children
Great moments in history set to music: Man walks on the Moon
MUSH: “Cuts both ways” by Gloria Estefan
The Hook: “Shaddup ya face” by Joe Dolce

Page 186
Album reviews: The monster is loose: Bat out of Hell III by Meat Loaf
Albums from Hell? Tell it to my heart by Taylor Dayne
Variations on a theme: Peace
Trollheart's Room 101: Steve Miller
Get the Culture Bug! Grieg/Mendelssohn/Brucker/Kodaly/Elgar

Page 187
Album reviews: Hybrid child by District 97, Frownland by cloudcover
Two sides of the same coin: “Homeward bound” by Simon and Garfunkel and “Borderline” by Chris de Burgh

Page 188
More than words: “Living next door to Alice” by Smokie
Taking Centre Stage: Dan Fogelberg

Page 189
Album reviews: Blue is the colour by The Beautiful South, Introducing the hardline according to Terence Trent D'Arby by Terence Trent D'Arby
Eurovision Hell: UK 1981
ShutUpShutUpShutUp! “Talk me down” by Westlife

Page 190
Album reviews: Warm winter by Memories of Machines
Gobsmacked! The tall ships by It Bites
METAL MONTH BEGINS!Pages 190 - 203
The Meat Grinder: Violator

Page 191
Album reviews: Ancient dreams by Candlemass, Never, Neverland by Annihilator
More than words: Metal Version: “Black Sabbath” by Black Sabbath
The Batlord's Guide to Poseur Bands

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Album reviews: Human by Death, Dante XXI by Sepultura
The Metal that Made Me: Wheels of steel by Saxon
The Albatross: Metal Version: “Ace of spades” by Motorhead

Page 193
Album reviews: Heretic by Morbid Angel, Outcast by Kreator, Lamentations by Solstice, Seven churches by Possessed, Morning star by Entombed, Sounds of a playground fading by In Flames

Page 194
Album reviews: My name will live on by Doomsword, Monotheist by Celtic Frost, Damnation by Opeth, Nemesis by Stratovarius, All is one by Orphaned Land
A Marriage made in ... Metal Version: Kerry King/Beastie Boys
The Meat Grinder: Iron Woods

Page 195
Album reviews: South of Salem by Witch Mountain, Hail to the king by Avenged Sevenfold, Varjoina kuljemme kuolleiden maassa by Moonsorrow, The second coming by Eden's Curse

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Album reviews: 13 by Black Sabbath, The crusade by Trivium, Twilight of the Gods by Bathory, Toxicity by System of a Down, The Shadowthrone by Satyricon
Triple Box Set: The Keeper of the Seven Keys I, II and Legacy by Helloween
Run for cover! (Metal Edition) “Oops! I did it again!” by Children of Bodom/Britney Spears

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Album reviews: Super collider by Megadeth
The Meat Grinder: (Nothing Found)
The Metal that made Me: Powerslave by Iron Maiden

Page 198
Album reviews: Reckless and relentless by Asking Alexandria
My Brain Hurts! It's only rock'n'roll ... isn't it?

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Album reviews: Tales from the kingdom of Fife by Gloryhammer, Are you dead yet? By Children of Bodom, Bastards by Motorhead, Sound of white noise by Anthrax, MMXIII by Stormbringer
The Meat Grinder: Eccentric Pendulum

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Album reviews: Korn III: Remember who you are by Korn, Iowa by Slipknot, Cowboys from Hell by Pantera, Blackbird by Alter Bridge, Surtur rising by Amon Amarth
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Album reviews: Utopia banished by Napalm Death, Outshine the sun by Neonfly, As the palaces burn by Lamb of God, Master of puppets by Metallica

Page 202
Album reviews: Ashes of Ares s/t, There is a Hell, believe me I've seen it. There is a Heaven, let's keep it a secret by Bring me the Horizon, Show no mercy by Slayer, Years of decay by Overkill

Page 203
Album reviews: Killers by Iron Maiden
METAL MONTH ENDS.
Hearts and Knives by Visage

Page 204
Album reviews: Hai hai by Roger Hodgson
Pet Hates: If a picture paints a thousand words/Adapt and survive?

Page 205
Album reviews: Darkness on the edge of town by Bruce Springsteen
Reasons to be cheerful: Wax/Housemartins/Bellamy Brothers/Boston/Embrace
Never mind the movie: here's the soundtrack: Cobra OST
Epic Fail: “In the navy” by Village People

Page 206
Album reviews: Time by Rod Stewart, Albedo 0.39 by Vangelis
Have yourself a Metal little Christmas: Kamelot/ Manowar/Alice Cooper
MUSH: “Weekend in New England” by Barry Manilow
Great moments in history set to music: The Battle of Britain

Page 207
Trollheart's Room 101: The X-Factor
Triple Box Set: I, assasssin, Exile and Splinter (Songs from a broken mind) by Gary Numan

Page 208
The Albatross: “Stay with me till dawn” by Judie Tzuke
Have yourself a Metal little Christmas: Far/King Diamond
A Return to Childhood: Disney's “The Jungle Book”

Page 209
Album reviews: Behind the sun by Eric Clapton, Hypothetical by Threshold, Contagion by Arena
The Hook: “Save all your kisses for me” by The Brotherhood of Man

Page 210
Album reviews: Brave by Marillion
Discovery: What's on the Disc? “World gone mad” by Riverdogs
MUSH: “Will you” by Hazel O'Connor
Rolling the dice: Final breath by Break my Fucking Sky

Page 211
Album reviews: Dark angel by The Reasoning, Generations by Journey, Heartwork by Carcass
Nice song: shame about the album! Incorporating More than words: “50 ways to say goodbye” and “When the fog rolls in” by Train
Swansong: Calling all stations by Genesis
Trollheart plays pop: Britney Jean by Britney Spears

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Album reviews: Believe by Justin Bieber
Soul2Soul with Trollheart: Give me the reason by Luther Vandross and 20/20 by George Benson

Page 214
Album reviews: The man left in space by Cosmograf, Chasing locusts by Strawfoot, Heathen machine by Balance of Power
A Return to Childhood: “Children of the Stones”

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Album reviews: The turn of a friendly card by The Alan Parsons Project
Trollheart's Singles Bar
The Meat Grinder: Blackout
Klassik Korner: Animals by Pink Floyd
Great moments in history set to music: The French Revolution

Page 216
Album reviews: From the small hours of weakness by Verbal Delirium

Page 217
Album reviews: Coven of the wolves by When Bitter Spring Sleeps, Aura by Asia
Trollheart's Bookshelf: Edgar Allan Poe

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Album reviews: Ego by Millenium, Aleatorica by Karfagen, Echo Street by Amplifier, Laquesis s/t, From the days of Deucalion, chapter one by Leap Day
Trollheart's Rocking Chair: “Memory” by Elaine Page
Lafftrak: “Star Trekkin'” by The Firm
Run for cover! Special Edition: “Ace of Spades” by Motorhead

Page 219
Album reviews: Ulisse: L'alifere nero by Progenesi, Der gefallen stern by Flaming Bess
MUSH: “I'm not in love” by 10cc
A Return to Childhood: How TV used to be
Impressive Intros: “Bat out of Hell” by Meat Loaf

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Album reviews: Megadream by Azaello, Liminal by Exivious, A lifeblood psalm by The Twenty Committee, Winter Soulstice by Sonus Umbra
Keep it Simple: “Give peace a chance” by John Lennon
Power to the People: “Sun City” by Artists United Against Apartheid
Never mind the movie: here's the soundtrack: “Speed 2”

Page 222
Album reviews: Given to the wild by The Maccabees
The Word according to Waits: Children's story/Franks Wild Years/The piano has been drinking
Must Try Harder: The Genesis suite by Toga Kashif

Page 223
Two sides of the same coin: “Back on the road again” by REO Speedwagon and “Superstar” by The Carpenters
Say What? “The reflex” by Duran Duran
Jumping on the Bandwagon? Miley Cyrus

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Album reviews: Murder ballads by Nick Cave
Trollheart's Rocking Chair: “For the good times” by Perry Como

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METAL MONTH II BEGINS! Pages 225 - 250
Freshly forged in '14: Roads to the north by Panopticon, The fateful dark by Savage Messiah
The International Language of Metal (Brazil): Legacy of humanity by Anubis
Don't listen to that --- listen to this! Blood mountain by Mastodon

Page 226
Featured Artiste: Slayer. Haunting the chapel
The Meat Grinder: Crypt of the Zombilord
The Metal that Made Me: MSG by Michael Schenker Group
The International Language of Metal (Brazil): Chaos AD by Sepultura
Members' Top Ten: Janszoon part one

Page 227
Don't listen to that --- listen to this! Inflikted by Cavalera Conspiracy
Freshly forged in '14: Blood of legends by Battleroar, To the unknown by Desert Lord
Members' Top Ten: Janszoon part two
Featured Artiste: Slayer. Hell awaits

Page 228
Members' Top Ten: Janszoon part three
The Metal that made Me: Metal on metal by Anvil

Page 229
What's that all about? Viking Metal
The International Language of Metal (Brazil): Rebirth by Angra

Page 230
Featured Artiste: Slayer. Reign in blood
Don't listen to that --- listen to this! Imaginary sonicscape by Sigh
The Batlord's Torture Chamber: None so vile by Cryptopsy
The Metal that made Me: The last in line by Dio
The International Language of Metal (Brazil): Raving souls society by Lothloryen and Stress s/t
Freshly forged in '14: Heroes by Sabaton

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Members' Top Ten: Plankton part one
The International Language of Metal (Brazil): A ferro e fogo by Harppia
Featured Artiste: Slayer. South of Heaven

Page 232
Album reviews: Alliance of the kings by Ancient Bards
Members' Top Ten: Plankton part two
Don't listen to that --- Listen to this! Act of God by Znowhite
The Metal that made Me: Deep Purple In Rock
Members' Top Ten: Plankton part three

Page 233
Freshly forged in '14: Redeemer of souls by Judas Priest
The Meat Grinder: Mondhaurn
What Metal means to me by Briks/Isbjorn
Variations on a (Metal) theme: Places

Page 234
The International Language of Metal (Germany): Moral & Wahsinn by DAR, Reise, reise! By Rammstein
Don't listen to that --- Listen to this! Arcane rain fell by Draconian
Featured Artiste: Slayer. Seasons in the abyss
The Metal that made Me: Battle hymns by Manowar

Page 235
What's that all about? Viking Metal: Blood fire death, Hammerheart and Blood on ice by Bathory
Freshly forged in '14: Maximum overload by Dragonforce
The International Language of Metal (Germany): Death end road by Burden of Grief
Featured Artiste: Slayer. Divine intervention
Don't listen to that --- Listen to this! Seelenwund by Mondstille
Maiden Voyages: Kill 'em all by Metallica

Page 236
Members' Top Ten: Mondo Bungle part one
Featured Artiste: Slayer. Undisputed attitude

Page 237
More than Words (Metal Version): “Angel of death” by Thin Lizzy
The International Language of Metal (Germany): Nightfall in Middle Earth by Blind Guardian
Velvet Fist: Dio/Nightwish/Hammerfall/Metallica/ Pretty Maids

Page 238
Don't listen to that --- Listen to this! Geist ist teufel by Urfaust
Before the Beast: Trollheart's Top Ten early Maiden tracks 10 – 7

Page 239
Featured Artiste: Slayer. Diabolus in musica
Run for cover! “Separate ways” by Journey and Warmen
Members' Top Ten: Mondo Bungle part two
The 200-word Album Review: Best of Rainbow
Before the Beast: Trollheart's Top Ten early Maiden tracks 6-4
The International Language of Metal (Germany): Rain upon the impure by The Ruins of Beverast

Page 240
Members Top Ten: Mondo Bungle part three
The Batlord's Torture Chamber: Chocolate starfish and the hotdog flavoured water by Limp Bizkit
Before the Beast: Trollheart's Top Ten early Maiden tracks: the top three

Page 241
Triple Box Set: First Spell, Seen through the veils of darkness (The second spell) and Malice (Our third spell) by Gehenna
Don't listen to that --- Listen to this! Monnos by Conan
Featured Artiste: Slayer. God hates us all.
The International Language of Metal (Spain): Volumen brutal by Baron Rojo

Page 242
The International Language of Metal (Spain): Sangre de reyes by Tierra Santa
What's all that about? Viking Metal: Mardraum: beyond the within by Enslaved, By the light of the northern star by Tyr, Odin owns ye all by Einherjer
Don't listen to that --- Listen to this! 1912 by ReinXeed
The Meat Grinder: Fleshgrind
Featured Artiste: Slayer. The Christ illusion

Page 243
When worlds collide: In a metal mood: no more Mister Nice Guy! By Pat Boone
Don't listen to that --- Listen to this! Nattfodd by Finntroll
The International Language of Metal (Spain): Seven chalices by Teitanblood
Satan's Top Ten album covers

Page 244
The International Language of Metal (Spain): Imhotep by David Valdes, Baal by Orthodox
Don't listen to that --- Listen to this! Wintersun s/t
The Metal that made Me: Metal for Muthas Vol II
Variations on a (Metal) theme: Weapons

Page 245
Don't listen to that --- Listen to this! Mournin' by Night Sun
Freshly forged in '14: Blind rage by Accept
Velvet Fist: Iron Savior/Twilight Guardians/Ratt/Megadeth/Iced Earth
The Metal that made Me: Brute Force/Killer Watts
Featured Artiste: Slayer. World painted blood.

Page 246
Don't listen to that --- Listen to this! Metal magic by Pantera, La masquerade infernale by Arcturus
What's all that about? Viking Metal: The Varangian way by Turisas, The last European wolves by Hordak, Sea of blood by Finsternis
The Batlord's Torture Chamber: Dommedagsnat by Thorr's Hammer
The International Language of Metal (Ireland): Impending chaos by Army Rising

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The Meat Grinder: (Nothing found)
More than Words (Metal Version): “Stories of a hero” by Frank Marino
The International Language of Metal (Ireland): Apocalyptic visions of divine terror by ForChristSake, Spirit the earth aflame by Primordial
Don't listen to that --- Listen to this! Foundations of burden by Pallbearer

Page 248
Black Sabbath faceoff: Black Sabbath vs Paranoid
The Albatross (Metal Version): “Don't fear the Reaper” by Blue Oyster Cult

Page 249
Don't listen to that --- Listen to this! Forefather by Steadfast
The International Language of Metal (Ireland): Infernal love by Therapy?

Page 250
Charity Cases (Metal version): Starz by Hear'n'Aid
The International Language of Metal (Ireland): Dair by Corr Mhona
Don't listen to that --- Listen to this! Ashen Eidolon by Gallowbraid
The Batlord's Torture Chamber: An epiphanic vomiting of blood by Gnaw Their Tongues
METAL MONTH II COMES TO AN END.
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Trollheart's Rocking Chair: “By the time I get to Phoenix” by Glen Campbell
Trollheart's Bookshelf: Tanith Lee

Page 252
Album reviews: LMR by Levin, Minneman and Rudess
Soul2Soul with Trollheart: Love uprising by Tavares and Dreams by Philip Bailey
Swan Song: The Endless River by Pink Floyd

Page 252
Album reviews: Tawa Sarira by Jinetes Negros, Scary monsters and super creeps by David Bowie
The Showroom (Prior to its getting its own journal): Whale by Plankton's Odyssey
Don't listen to that --- Listen to this! Grievous angel by Gram Parsons

Page 254
Never mind the movie: here's the soundtrack! “Top Gun”

Page 255
Album reviews: Not a Good Sign s/t
Variations on a theme: Storms
A Perfect Ten: Epicloud by Devin Townsend Project

Page 257
Album reviews: Death Metal Christmas by JJ Hrubovcak
Klassik Korner: Born to run by Bruce Springsteen

Page 258
Greg Lake: The man who would be Grinch?

Page 261
Album reviews: No fixed address by Nickelback, Peer Gynt by Edvard Greig

Page 262
Album reviews: 3 ships by Jon Anderson
I'm dreaming of a weird Christmas part one

Page 263
Album reviews: Music inspired by “The Life and Times of Scrooge” by Tuomas Holopainen
I'm dreaming of a weird Christmas part two

Page 264
Album reviews: Nothing More s/t
I'm dreaming of a weird Christmas part three
A Return to Christmas Childhood
Say What? “Leaving on a jet plane” by John Denver

Page 265
I'm dreaming of a weird Christmas part four
Nice song: shame about the album! The Time Machine by The Alan Parsons Project
Maiden Voyages: Supertramp s/t (yes, again...)
DISCOGRAPHY OF TOM WAITS BEGINS
Closing time

Page 266
The heart of Saturday night, Nighthawks at the diner, Foreign affairs, Blue Valentine, Heartattack and Vine, One from the heart OST, Swordfishtrombones

Page 267
Rain dogs, Franks wild years

Page 268
Night on Earth OST, The Early Years Vol I and II, The Black Rider, Mule variations, Blood money

Page 269
Alice, Real gone, Orphans: Brawlers, bawlers and bastards
Klassik Korner: Escape by Journey

Page 271
The Hook: "Japanese boy" by Aneka
The Secret Life of the Album Cover No. 8: Rising by Rainbow
Two Sides of the Same Coin/Gone solo in the game: Peter Gabriel and Fish part 1
Gobsmacked! War and Peace and other short stories by Sean Filkins

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Never mind the movie: here's the soundtrack! Click OST
MUSH: "I only have eyes for you" by Art Garfunkel
Pet Hates: "Search online" and "Payday lenders"
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Page 1
Introduction to Babylon 5: Our last, best hope for peace: the genesis of Babylon 5
Pilot: "The Gathering"
Introduction to Red Dwarf and Season one, episode one: “The end”
Babylon 5 Season one: Signs and portents (part one): “Midnight on the firing line/Soul hunter/Born to the Purple/Infection”

Page 2
Introduction to Supernatural
Red Dwarf Season one, episode two: “Future echoes”
Babylon 5 Season one: Signs and portents (part two): “The parliament of dreams/Mind war”

Page 3
Supernatural Season one, pilot plus “Wendigo/Dead in the water”
Red Dwarf Season one, episode three: “Balance of power”
Babylon 5 Season one: Signs and portents (part three): “The war prayer”/And the sky full of stars”
Supernatural Season one: “Phantom traveller/Bloody Mary”
Babylon 5 Season one: Signs and portents (part four): “Deathwalker/Believers”

Page 4
Red Dwarf Season one, episode four: “Waiting for God”
Introduction to Spooks
Supernatural Season one: “Skin/Hook man/Bugs/Home”
Introduction to Love/Hate
Red Dwarf character profile: Rimmer

Page 5
Introduction to The New Statesman
Spooks Season one, episode one: “Thou shalt not kill”
Babylon 5, Season one: Signs and portents (Part five) “By any means necessary/Signs and portents”
Supernatural Season one: “Asylum/Scarecrow/Faith/Route 666”

Page 6
Love/Hate Season one, episode one
Red Dwarf Season one, episode five: “Confidence and Paranoia”
Spooks Season one, episode two: “Looking after our own”
The New Statesman, Season one, episode one: “Happiness is a warm gun”
Babylon 5, Season one: Signs and portents: “TKO/Grail”
Movie: “Dust Devil”
Love/Hate Season one, episode two

Page 7
Supernatural Season one: “Nightmare/The Benders”
Red Dwarf character profile: Lister
Spooks Season one, episode three: “One last dance”
Introduction to The Onedin Line
The New Statesman, Season one episode two: “Passport to freedom”
Babylon 5 Season one: Signs and portents (Part seven): “Eyes/Legacies”
Movie: “Dark Star”

Page 8
The Onedin Line, Season one episode one: “The wind blows free”
Love/Hate Season one, episode three
Introduction to House of Cards
The New Statesman, Season one, episode three: “Sex is wrong”
Supernatural Season one: “Shadow/Hell house”
Spooks Season one, episode four: “Traitor's Gate”
Red Dwarf Season one, episode six: “Me2”

Page 9
Introduction to Frasier
Love/Hate season one, episode four
Movie: “The Odd Couple”
The Onedin Line Season one, episode two: “Plain sailing”
Babylon 5 Season one: Signs and portents (Part eight): “A voice in the wilderness, part 1 and 2”

Page 10
House of cards episode one
The New Statesman season one, episode four: “Waste not want not”
Supernatural Season one: “Something wicked/Provenance”
Frasier Season one: “The good son/Space quest/Dinner at eight/I hate Frasier Crane”
Babylon 5 Season one: Signs and portents (Part nine): “Babylon squared/The quality of mercy/Chrysalis”

Page 11
The Onedin Line season one, episode three: “Other points of the compass”
Supernatural Season one: “Dead man's blood/Salvation/Devil's trap”
Introduction to Futurama
Spooks season one episode five: “The rose bed memoirs”
House of Cards episode two
Movie: “Downfall”

Page 12
Frasier Season one: “Here's looking at you/ The crucible/ Call me irresponsible”
Introduction to Les Revenants
The Onedin Line Season one episode four: “The high price”
The New Statesman Season one episode five: “The friends of St. James”
Futurama season one: “Space pilot 3000/The series has landed/I, roommate/Love's labour lost in space”
House of Cards episode three

Page 13
Les Revanants season one episode one: “Camille”
The Onedin Line season one episode five: “Catch as can”
The New Statesman, Season one episode six: “Three line whipping”
Babylon 5, Season two: The coming of Shadows: “Points of departure/Revelations”
Futurama season one: “Fear of a bot planet/A fishfull of dollars/My three suns”
House of Cards, episode four
Les Revenants season one episode two: “Simon”

Page 14
Spooks season one episode six: “Lesser of two evils”
The New Statesman, season one episode seven: “Baa baa black sheep”
Supernatural season two: “In my time of dying/Everybody loves a clown”
Introduction to Mayday
Babylon 5 Season two: The coming of Shadows (Part two): “The geometry of shadows/A distant star/The long dark”
Futurama season one: “A big piece of garbage/Hell is other robots”
Les Revenants season one episode three: “Julie”
The Onedin Line season one episode six: “Salvage”

Page 15
Frasier season one: “Beloved infidel/Selling out/Oops!/Death becomes him”
Red Dwarf season two, episode one: “Kryten”
Mayday episode one
25 of the worst Christmas films begins
Supernatural season two: “Bloodlust/Children shouldn't play with dead things”

Page 16
Charles Dickens: the man who invented Christmas
Movie: “The Seventh Seal”

Page 17
Babylon 5 Season two: The coming of Shadows (Part three): “Spider in the web”
Les Revenants episode four: “Victor”

Page 18
Red Dwarf season two episode two: “Better than life”

Page 19
Battle of the Classic Christs: “King of Kings” goes toe-to-toe with “The Greatest Story ever Told”
The Onedin Line season one episode seven: “Passage to Pernambuco”

Page 20
Babylon 5 Season two: The coming of Shadows (Part four): “Soul mates/A race through dark places”
Mayday episode two
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Frasier season one: “Miracle on Third or Fourth Street/Can't buy me love”
Les Revenants season one episode five: “Serge and Toni”
Red Dwarf Season two episode three: “Thanks for the memory”
Supernatural Season two: “Simon said/No exit”
Plot holes you could drive a Mack truck through: “Flightplan”
Mayday episode three
Babylon 5 Season two: The coming of Shadows (Part five): “The coming of Shadows”
To Play the King, introduction and episode one

Page 22
Introduction to Life on Mars and Robin of Sherwood
Mayday episode four
Spooks season two episode one: “Legitimate targets”
Introduction to Doctor Who

Page 23
Love/Hate Season two, episode one
The New Statesman, season two episode one: “Fatal extraction”
Babylon 5 Season two: The coming of Shadows (Part six): “Gropos”
Les Revenants, season one episode six: “Lucy”
Introduction to The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy

Page 24
Supernatural season two: “The usual suspects”
Introduction to The Apprentice
Babylon 5 Season two: The coming of Shadows (Part seven): “All alone in the night”
Robin of Sherwood, Season one episode one: “Robin Hood and the Sorcerer, part one”
Life on Mars, Season one episode one
Mayday episode fove (finale)

Page 25
Red Dwarf Season two episode four: “Stasis leak”
Frasier season one: “You can't tell a crook by his cover/The show where Lilith comes back/A midwinter night's dream”
The Onedin Line, season one episode eight: “Homecoming”
Les Revenants season one, episode seven: “Adele”
Futurama season two episode one: “A flight to remember”

Page 26
Trollheart's Cinema Craptastique: “Battle beyond the stars”
Doctor Who season one episode one: “Rose”

Page 27
Les Revenants season one episode eight: “The Horde”
The Very Worst of The Twilight Zone: “One for the angels”
The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy, episode one
Babylon 5 Season two: The coming of Shadows (Part eight): “Acts of sacrifice”
Love/Hate season two episode two

Page 28
The New Statesman, season two episode two: “Live from Westminster”
Spooks season two episode two: “Nest of angels”
Supernatural season two: “Crossroad blues”
Futurama season two, episode two: “Mars University”
Doctor Who, season one episode two: “The end of the world”
To Play the King, episode two
Movie: “Nineteen eighty-four”

Page 29
Introduction to the USS Nerdtopia

Page 30
Time to go? The case against Family Guy

Page 31
Frasier season one: “And the whimper is.../Give him the chair/Fortysomething”
Robin of Sherwood, season one episode two: “Robin Hood and the Sorcerer, part two”
Red Dwarf season two episode five: “Queeg”
Life on Mars season one episode two: “New alliances”
The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy, episode two

Page 32
Introduction to Star Trek: the Next Generation
The Onedin Line, season one episode nine: “When my ship comes home”
Babylon 5 Season two: “The coming of Shadows” episode thirteen: “Hunter, prey”
Introduction to Dad vs Dad: the Seth MacFarlane Smackdown
The Very Worst of The Twilight Zone: “A message from Charity”

Page 33
Christmas TV specials: Becker/Bottom
Introduction to The Scrooge Showdown
Introduction to Father Ted
Plot holes you could drive a Mack truck through: "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country"
The Scrooge Showdown: 1910, 1935 and 1951 versions

Page 34
Christmas TV specials: Frasier/Supernatural/Blackadder
The Scrooge Showdown: 1949, 1954 and 1962 versions and 1970, 1938 and 1971 versions
Introduction to The West Wing
Introduction to Star Trek

Page 35
Christmas TV specials: American Dad/Simpsons
The Scrooge Showdown: 1977, 1983 and 1984 versions and 1992, 1997 and 1999 versions
Babylon 5 Season 2: The coming of Shadows: Episode fourteen, “There all the honour lies”

Page 36
Movie: “Unforgiven”
The Scrooge Showdown: 1988, 2000 and 2001 versions
The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy, episode three
To Play the King, episode three

Page 37
The Scrooge Showdown: 2004 and 2009 versions, the knockout stages and the semi-final

Page 38
Supernatural season two: “Croatoan/Hunted/Playthings”
The Scrooge Showdown: the grand final
Dad vs Dad: The Seth MacFarlane Smackdown: Episodes 1-3

Page 39
Surprising and Unexpected Moments in Movie History: “Deep blue sea”
Trollheart's Cinema Craptastique: “Nazis at the centre of the Earth”

Page 40
Introduction to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
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Babylon 5, Season two: The coming of Shadows: Episode fourteen, “And now for a word”, episode fifteen “In the shadow of Zha'dum”
STAR TREK MONTH BEGINS!
Star Trek pilot: “The Cage”
Dramatis personae: Worf
To explore strange new worlds: Ferenginar
When it rains: “Starship mine/Turnabout intuder/Explorers/Skin of evil

Page 42
Meet the neighbours: Klingons
Star Trek: The Next Generation, season one episode one: “Encounter at Farpoint”
The Women of Star Trek: Uhura
A personal tribute to the late Leonard Nimoy

Page 43
Nailed it! “The best of both worlds, part one/Living witness/Devil in the dark/Darmok/The Visitor”
To explore strange new worlds: Risa
Dramatis personae: Jake Sisko
Meet the neighbours: Vulcans
The Women of Star Trek: Deanna Troi

Page 44
USS Nerdtopia: “Star Trek: The Motion Picture”
Meet the neighbours: Cardassians
Lost boys and not-so-golden girls: Kai Winn

Page 45
When it rains: “Fascination/Masks/The 37s/Who mourns for Adonais?/Angel One”
The Women of Star Trek: Captain Janeway
The Clash of the Captains: Picard vs Kirk

Page 46
USS Nerdtopia: “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan”

Page 47
Meet the neighbours: The Borg
Dramatis personae: Harry Kim
Nailed it! “The Enterprise Incident/In the pale moonlight/Phage/Sins of the father/Mirror mirror”
To explore strange new worlds: Cardassia Prime
The Women of Star Trek: Jadzia Dax

Page 48
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, season one episode one: “Emissary”
USS Nerdtopia: “Star Trek III: The Search for Spock”
Meet the neighbours: Ferengi

Page 49
When it rains: “Where silence has lease/Playing God/The Q and the Grey/Heart of stone/Rascals”
The Women of Star Trek: Seven of Nine
Star Trek: Voyager, season one episode one: “Caretaker”

Page 50
Meet the neighbours: Changelings/The Dominion
Nailed it! “Yesterday's Enterprise/Let that be your last battlefield/The Raven/Defiant/The trouble with Tribbles”
Lost boys and not-so-golden girls: Q

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The Women of Star Trek: Major Kira
To explore strange new worlds: Betazed
Meet the neighbours: Romulans
USS Nerdtopia: “Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home”
The Women of Star Trek: Beverley Crusher
Meet the neighbours: The Jem'Hadar

Page 52
When it rains: “Progress/The Omega glory/Fair Haven/Spock's brain/I, Borg”
Lost boys and not-so-golden girls: Commander Sela
Final tribute to those who have passed on.
STAR TREK MONTH ENDS.
The Apprentice (USA) Season one, episode one

Page 53
The Apprentice (UK) Season one, episode one
The Apprentice (Ireland) Season one, episode one

Page 54
To Play the King, episode four (finale)
Father Ted, season one episode one
Surprising and Unexpected Moments in Movie History: The Matrix
Love/Hate Season two, episode three
Doctor Who Season one, episode three
Futurama Season Two, episode three
The Simpsons at the Movies: An Officer and a Gentleman/Cape Feare and Basic Instinct

Page 55
USS Nerdtopia: Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
Spooks Season two, episode three
The New Statesman, Season two, episode three
Life on Mars, Season one, episode three
Robin of Sherwood, Season one, episode three
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BITESIZE: TROLLHEART'S ALBUM MINI-REVIEWS

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And so I watch you from afar s/t, 2nd hands by The Gourishankar, Mean streak by Y&T, Floating by Eloy

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Angelfire by Millenium, Utopia by Axxis, Aladdin Sane by David Bowie, Jupiter's darling by Heart, Prayers of steel by Avenger, Desert land by Narnia, Goodbye to the age of steam by Big Big Train, 7 wishes by Night Ranger, 9 by Damien Rice

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Keats s/t, Breakdown by Melissa Etheridge, Sign of angels by Issa, Calling card by Rory Gallagher, Light years by Kylie Minogue, One for all by Peter Criss, Final straw by Snow Patrol, Highway companion by Tom Petty, Differences as light by Also Eden, As the world bleeds by Theocracy

Page 4
Corporate America by Boston, Because of the times by Kings of Leon, Handbuilt by robots by Newton Faulkner, Happiness is the road by Fergie Frederiksen, Takk... by Sigur Ros, Mayhem by Imelda May

Page 5
Falling by Shadowland, Eternity ends by Time Machine, Nine objects of desire by Suzanne Vega, Trying to kiss the sun by RPWL, In your dreams by Stevie Nicks, Music in mouth by Bell X-1, Realm of shadows by Knight Area

Page 6
Every kingdom by Ben Howard, Schoolyard ghosts by No-man, Amanethes by Tiamat, Houston s/t

Page 7
The age of inquisition by Axenstar, Rage in Eden by Ultravox, The open door by Evanescence, Stars rain down by Erik Norlander, MIND Vol 1 by Isildurs Bane

Page 8
Raised in captivity by John Wetton, Perfect insanity by Jaded Heart, Magic by Bruce Springsteen, Mercurial Void s/t

Page 9
In progress by Work of Art, Headstones by Lake of Tears, Sanctus ignis by Adagio, Incubus --- chapter seven by Metalium, Queen secret keeper by Judie Tzuke, On every street by Dire Straits

Page 10
Lunatic Soul II by Lunatic Soul, Illuminations by Josh Groban, Voyageur by Kathleen Edwards, Canterbury by Diamond Head, Lost by Elegy, The loving kind by Nanci Griffith, Ivyrise s/t

Page 11
Crimson by Hudson, Grappling hooks by North Atlantic Oscillation, Earth cathedral by The Gate, Your funeral... my trial by Nick Cave, Love in time by Dan Fogelberg, By the time it gets dark by Mary Black, Handwritten by The Gaslight Anthem, Destination Paradise by Desert Sin, Mind body and soul by Joss Stone, Manifesto for futurism by Dali's Dilemma

Page 12
Atlantean symphony by Dreamfire, Someday by Susanna Hoffs, Land of the crimson dawn by Freedom Call, Stop us if you've heard this one before by Barenaked Ladies, Focus X by Focus, Intersection by Nanci Griffith, Wolfsbane saves the world by Wolfsbane, On the air tonight by Colin Blunstone, Lights out by Antimatter

Page 13
Free by Bonfire, Eternal creed by Raising Fear,Signify by Porcupine Tree, Never say die by Black Sabbath, Theodore and friends by The Adventures

Page 14
Starbreaker s/t, Lost man's ground by Dante Fox, Electric sea by Buckethead, Devils' train s/t, Hush by Texas, Dark adrenaline by Lacuna Coil, Cult of Lamia by Theatre des vampires

Page 15
You say we say by Royseven, Lost highway by Bon Jovi, Wounded by Enchant, Outta hand by Coney Hatch, Victory for the comic muse by The Divine Comedy, In the region of the summer stars by The Enid, There's one in every crowd by Eric Clapton, Pocket symphony by Air

Page 16
The apple tree by Nina Nesbitt, Vientos de guerra by Saratoga, This means war by Tank, Ahead of time by Frozen Rain, Slow world by Liquid Mind, Age of the fifth sun by God is an Astronaut, Rebuilding the ruins by Images of Eden

Page 17
Permanent waves by Rush, Midnight at the movies by Justin Townes Earle, Rust in peace by Megadeth

Page 18
Symphony for a misanthrope by Magellan, The great divide by Ice Age, Space eternal void by Eniac Requiem, Century rendezvous by Glory Bells, Ethera by Visions of Atlantis, Home beyond nowhere by Gamma Proxima, Finally home by Blue Sky Riders, Caves of Glass s/t, The dream harbour by Willowglass

Page 19
Five by Ghost Riders, The low highway by Steve Earle, Aenid by Heimdall, Lost in the dream by The War on Drugs, Attack on memory by Cloud Nothings, Newly risen, how brightly you shine by This Patch of Sky, Insomnia by Edge of Thorns

Page 20
A perfect dawn by From Oceans to Autumn, A mirror's diary by Mooncry, The river and the thread by Roseanne Cash, Refuge by Carbon Based Lifeforms, Thunder in the distance by Place Vendome, Cold reading by Bram Stoker, Ride the black wave by The Donkeys
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