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Styx and Reo Speedwagon - Arch Allies - 2002 Re-up

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Styx and Reo Speedwagon - Arch Allies - 2002 Re-up

Styx and Reo Speedwagon - Arch Allies - 2002
2002 | Progressive Rock/Hard Rock | DVD Video | DVD-5 | ~4.16 Gb | RS.com + Uploading
MPEG2 NTCS 4:3 (720x480) VBR | Not specified (Dolby AC3, 2 ch)

Joint concert Styx and Reo Speedwagon at Riverport st. Louis in 2000.

REO Speedwagon - Original Album Classics (2011) [5CD Box Set]

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REO Speedwagon - Original Album Classics (2011) [5CD Box Set]

REO Speedwagon - Original Album Classics (2011)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Sony Music, 88697928942 | ~ 1554 or 675 Mb | Artwork(png) -> 295 Mb
Hard Rock, Soft Rock

This box set from Sony UK features five of the Champaign, Illinois-bred AOR rockers' most notable albums, including Live You Get What You Play For (1977), You Can Tune a Piano But You Can't Tuna Fish (1978), Hi Infidelity (1980), Good Trouble (1982), and Wheels Are Turnin (1984).

REO Speedwagon - REO Speedwagon (1971) {2011, 40th Anniversary Edition, Remastered, Japan} Re-Up

Posted By: popsakov
REO Speedwagon - REO Speedwagon (1971) {2011, 40th Anniversary Edition, Remastered, Japan} Re-Up

REO Speedwagon - REO Speedwagon (1971) {2011, 40th Anniversary Edition, Remastered, Japan}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 264 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 93 Mb
Full Scans ~ 85 Mb | 00:38:32 | RAR 5% Recovery
Classic Rock, Boogie Rock, Psychedelic Rock | Epic / Sony Music Japan #EICP-1480

After all those power ballads it's easy to forget that REO Speedwagon started out as a by-the-numbers boogie band with 1971's REO, kicking odes to the "Anti-Establishment Man" and a "Gypsy Woman's Passion." This is a band that's quite different from the arena-conquering rockers of a decade later, but they were no different than their time, embodying almost every cliché of the era from the spacy hippie meditation of "Five Men Were Killed Today" to the numbing nine-minute venture into the heavy jams of the closing "Dead at Last," where a flute is hauled out, presumably to compete with Jethro Tull.