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Ah, compilations. How controvertial they are. Some love them, some hate them. But no one can deny that many bands had their first opportunity...
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Some albums come with a story. This Haiduk "Diabolica" came with one because it was an album that I almost decided not to review....

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Guys like Gus G work a lot. I mean the man has his own band "Firewind" and also releases his solo albums. Really hard...

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