OUT NOW: Harlan Ellison - On The Road With Ellison V7
get the best of San Diego 80s rock: Assassin & Stress






On The Road With Ellison Volume Seven is the latest report from Harlan Ellison and a life lived on the road. This 2CD set includes the first reissue of 1983's An Hour With Ellison. Did the author hang a noose in Gene Roddenberry's office? Where does Harlan get his ideas? Should he be in charge of Middle East peace? Join Harlan on the road and get inside the head of America's most outspoken wordsmith. This is Ellison live on stage and anything goes.

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Sussman Lawrence, the legendary Minneapolis group that evolved into The Peter Himmelman Band, lives again with the reissue of its two distinguished and long out of print indie albums—“Hail To The Modern Hero!” (1980) and “Pop City” (1984)—in a strictly limited edition two-disc set entitled "The Complete Sussman Lawrence (1979-1985)” which includes four rare bonus tracks.

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First released in 1984, "Killing Me Night & Day" is a classic melodic rock album. Stress came thundering out of Southern California with a rock sound and killer pop hooks. The band played extensively in San Diego and Los Angeles during the heyday of hard rock in the mid to late 80's. Killing Me Night & Day is reissued here in its entirety along with previously unreleased studio bonus tracks featuring Jimmy Crespo (Aerosmith, Rough Cutt).

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Amidst the lightweight hair bands of the 80's, San Diego's Assassin were balls out rockers from the scene that produced Ratt, Rough Cutt and Jake E. Lee. Legendary at home, respected overseas and now finally given some long overdue attention with the first ever release of their 1984 self-titled debut album. This is a lost rock classic that now lays claim to it's rightful place in music history.

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