Metal Odyssey’s Scott Coverdale – Picks His Top Ten Hard Rock / AOR Albums Of 2013
As any loyal visitor to Metal Odyssey knows, Scott Coverdale is my Best Metal Buddy on planet Earth. He also is an asset to Metal Odyssey with his research and contributions, which benefits in getting the Metal facts straight around here! You might just bump into Scott Coverdale as he’s hunting down coveted and rare CD’s or run into him at many a live show; therefore, keep your Metal guard up! I proudly step aside now, for Scott Coverdale’s 2013 best list. – Stone
Another 365 Days have passed so it’s time to unveil Scott Coverdale’s Top 10 Hard Rock/AOR albums of the year. As always these lists are always tough for me to comprise, especially since I can’t listen to everything that was released during the year.
For this year’s list I decided to comprise it of full length albums and EP’s. Of the dozens of Disc’s that I was able to purchase here are my personal bests:
KROKUS – Dirty Dynamite
Krokus’s best Album since Headhunter.
STATION WIRED – S/T EP
One of the best debuts I’ve listened to in a long time. Contains my favorite song of 2013 “Everything”.
Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies
LESLIE WEST – Still Climbing
An incredible Album from a Legendary Guitar player. I am so glad I didn’t over look this incredible album.
No More Hell To Pay
C’mon Take On Me
PINK CREAM 69
United World Rebellion, Chapter One
The Way Life Goes
To all of the visitors, who have taken the time to view my list I’ve assembled here, have a Healthy, Prosperous, and Happy 2014!! Rock On!!! – Scott Coverdale
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