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The last 20 albums entered are:

1. Estate 'Fantasia' 2. Native Construct 'Quiet World' 3. Alkasar 'Al'kasar' 4. SBK 'Voodoo Press' 5. Aella 'Nochnye Ved'my (Night Witches)' 6. Black Obelisk 'Revolutsiya (Revolution)' 7. Sudden Death (1) 'All Or Nothing' 8. DSG 'Still a Warrior' 9. Aftermath 'Eyes of Tomorrow' 10. Ward, Bill 'Accountable Beasts' 11. Leprous 'The Congregation' 12. Civil War 'Gods And Generals' 13. Architects of Chaoz 'The League of Shadows' 14. Shadow Train 'Shadow Train' 15. Darkology 'Fated to Burn' 16. Chaos Magic 'Chaos Magic' 17. Within Silence 'Gallery of Life' 18. Incubus 'Serpent Temptation' 19. Incubus 'Beyond the Unknown' 20. Gus G. 'Brand New Revolution'

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ReeceUniversal Language


AOR Heaven
ID: irond cd 09-dd756

Blues Hard Rock

Where have you hidden many years, dear Mr. Reece? Why did you keep this music from the people? It's a wonderful Bluesy Hard Rock with very impressive guitar works and with very suitable for this music vocals.



AOR Heaven
ID: AORH00088

Hard Heavy Metal

It's very average and very unattractive (for me) music, a mixture of Hard Rock/Heavy Metal and AOR. I found nothing interesting there but Creedence cover-version Fortunate Son.

Reece KronlundSolid


AOR Heaven
ID: AOR H00058


Sometimes the works with David Reece on the vocals are very good, sometimes aren't. This project is average AOR with typical sound and the typical songs.



Secret Port Records
ID: SPR 0010

Melodic Heavy Metal

There is nothing strange that Greeks sing about ancient Greeks. During the all disk sounding I can't define what this music is similar to - these style and the riffs are known before, but I can't recall it at all. In general it can remind Savatage and Iron Maiden remotely. Manowar is present here as narrator voice that sounds for a long time almost between all tracks. The choirs remind me of Therion and (Morgana) Lefay.

ReflectionThe Fire Still Burns...


Secret Port Records
ID: SPR 0002

Heavy Progressive Metal

For me this band is from those bands which can present us nothing but when you're listening to it, you reach a conclusion, no, it's a good band. This work sounds a bit raw like a good demo, there are of course some good solos, riffs, tunes, etc. there, there is something on this album that can catches you.



Brennus Association
ID: cdm 0801-662

Progressive Metal

It's Liquid Tension Experiment-like work, in other words it's Dream Theater without the vocals.

Regimedemo 1991+3


Stormspell Records

Heavy Progressive Metal

The best comparison for this music is Queensryche, especially the vocals that sound similar to Geoff Tate very much. The music is good enough, with interesting guitar work.

Reign of Terror, TheSacred Ground


Limb Music Products
ID: LMP 0104-028 CD

Melodic Power Heavy Metal

This album is very close to Malmsteen. But the music sometimes is faster than classic Malmsteen and even so Stump has some different sound, especially in the acoustic parts.

Reign of Terror, TheConquer & Divide


Lion Music
ID: cdm 1202-1265

Melodic Power Heavy Metal

There are Vescera, Olausson, an enthusiast of quick Malmsteen here. But it's not quite Malmsteen. Stump sounds like both Malmsteen and Pell (not Blackmore). But sound is heavier. Sometimes he plays arpeggio, sometimes - blues, there are a lot of tunes. Keys are somewhere in the background, there is no their interlacing with guitar here.

Reign of Terror, TheSecond Coming


Locomotive Music
ID: LM-027 CD

Melodic Heavy Metal

It's hard to be a good guitarist, it's harder to be a guitarist in Malmsteen style. You need to know how to play arpeggios quickly, the biggest problem is not to copy Malmsteen's ideas, riffs, tunes, etc. Stump coped with this difficulty. Yes, music is Malmsteen-like, but there is something on this album and in the band in the whole that says that this band's good and interesting.




Melodic Speed Power Metal

It's a good and high-skilled music for different Melodic Speed&Power bands but it's not good to be something above a second-rate band. This music has nothing original, unfortunately it's just another Melodic Speed&Power band.

ReinxeedWelcome to the Theater


Liljegren Records
ID: LRCD0012

Melodic Speed Power Metal

It's good Melodic Speed&Power with some influences of Rhapsody, Royal Hunt, Virgin Steele. This music is solid enough.

ReinxeedA New World


Liljegren Records
ID: KICP1664

Melodic Speed Power Metal

Well, this music reminds me again of Italian Melodic Speed&Power's school. On top of everything else there are Royal Hunt and Virgin Steele elements also there.

Released AngerFaces of Fate


Kill Again Records
ID: KA029

Thrash Metal

It's fast and aggressive Thrash with Black Metal vocals. This combination gives us very interesting mixture of European Thrash sound, some Heavy and Speed touches and cardinally not Thrash vocals.

RenacerSenderos del Alma


Centrale Records
ID: CD 51802

Melodic Power Heavy Metal

I'm sure there are many good unknown bands with very interesting music in the world, but usually these unknown bands are mediocre and non-original enough, I mean this band also. It's something common from Melodic Power with good but out of tune vocalist and non-memorable music.

Renegade (Italy)Straight to the Top


My Graveyard Productions
ID: MGP-031

Heavy Metal

I consider it's not bad Heavy but not very memorable and unexciting. I have no additional words even after listening to this album twice.

Renegade (Italy)W:A:R


My Graveyard Productions
ID: MGP-052

Heavy Metal

In my opinion it's better than their previous work. It's more or less ordinary Heavy with some not bad songs together with the typical and forgettable songs.

Renegade (Italy)Thunder Knows No Mercy


Pure Steel Records

Heavy Metal

If you like typical or very typical Heavy Metal with the different cliche in the music Renegade welcome you. On a personal level this work doesn't deserve high praise.

Renstrom, RickUntil the Bitter End


Mascot Records
ID: irond cd 04-dd201

Melodic Hard Heavy Metal

I didn't want to compare him with anyone, but I had to do it: it's Malmsteen exactly. This music is less speedy than Malmsteen's music, some musical themes aren't completed, everything else is in style of other musicians released by Mascot.

ReptilianCastle of Yesterday


Regain Records
ID: cdm 0903-1495

Melodic Speed Power Metal

It's similar to Majestic, everything's is typical and drear.



Regain Records
ID: cdm 1003-1512

Melodic Speed Power Metal

This album is fast and can remind of Blind Guardian. The vocalist often sings out of tune. The tunes are good.

Requiem (Finland)The Arrival


Low Frequency Records
ID: cdm 1102-1235

Melodic Power Metal

The only memorable tracks on the album are the first and the last ones. These are pla*iarisms from Beethoven. There is no mention of using Beethoven's music on the disc. As for the rest - there are some elements of Stratovarius in their music.

Requiem (Finland)Mask of Damnation


Sound Riot Records
ID: cdm 0704-1886

Melodic Speed Power Metal

It's common Speed&Power, sometimes close to Stratovarius. This music isn't original, but there aren't oblivious parts from other bands' music on this album, there are some Prog elements there also.

Requiem (Russia)Obnovlyonnyy Mir (Renewed World)


Metalism Records
ID: MR 035-07

Melodic Heavy Metal

For common Heavy it's not bad work with the vocals inherent to Epic Heavy. But there is nothing special in the music indeed.

RestlessHeart Attack


Scratch Records
ID: 95004

Melodic Heavy Metal

This music is in the traditions of Accept especially the vocals. Sometimes the songs are more Hard&Heavy than true Heavy, all in the day's work.

RestlessWe Rock the Nation


Scratch Records
ID: 941305

Melodic Heavy Metal

Probably I was a bit wrong describing the first album, the same vocals on We Rock aren't similar to Udo. This music is in the traditions of Axxis, Pretty Maids, etc.

Restless BreedNo Walls Can Hold: The Demo Anthology


Stormspell Records

Thrash Speed Metal

Yes, there are more Thrash elements than Speed, anyway this album sounds in typical 80's Thrash style. The music is complex enough, it's not without reason for US band that follows the similar way of the bands from the same time.

RetriemBelyy Gorod (White Town)


RM Records
ID: 2009

Melodic Speed Power Metal

This music is typical Melodic Speed&Power where the keys sounds more at an intensive rate than the guitars during the album. Sometimes the vocals reminds me of a mixture of Kotipelto and Roy Khan for some reason.

RevengeRhapsody from Brontoland



Melodic Heavy Power Metal

It's a raw music, I think they're local Brazilian band as judged by an accent. This band isn't the same that was recorded on Brennus, but nevertheless this album is more interesting than Brennus's Revenge.



Remedy Records 

Speed Power Metal

It's for fans of true Speed&Power without any trendy bored influences like the sweet tunes and the standard chords. The vocals remind me of S.L. Coe.

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