The Beatles, loads of Supertramp (the new remastered double Breakfast in America) and Magnum too. I am also giving a lot of new bands a chance, although my heart is in the 70's and 80's.
I've been listening to a new Brazilian band a lot, called N.O.W., their album, FORCE OF NATURE caught me off guard, I didn't know it could be so good. If you're into MELODIC HARD ROCK with a vintage voice and sound like David Coverdale meets Lou Gramm (Foreigner), this is certainly for you. Most of the compositions are top notch too with a touch of 70's. I could recommend a better guitar player ad production thought. I hope for a second one with even better line up and production, it will be a killer If that happens.
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