Category: ICON

ICON – Right Between The Eyes [Wounded Bird Records remaster]

Some weeks ago we featured here the first two ICON albums in its remastered form, now as requested, more music by this really good American melodic hard rock band hailing from Phoenix, Arizona. “Right Between The Eyes” is Icon’s last album, released in 1989 and mixes the rocking attack of their debut with the polish from their second, updated to...

ICON – An Even More Perfect Union [Limited Edition, Numbered] Out Of Print

Some weeks ago we featured here the first two ICON albums in its remastered form, now as requested, more music by this really good American hard rock band hailing from Phoenix, Arizona. “An Even More Perfect Union” is Icon’s third album, recorded after their recording label dropped them, and finally released some years later. When awesome original lead vocalist Steve...

ICON – An Even More Perfect Union [Limited Edition, Numbered] Out Of Print

Some weeks ago we featured here the first two ICON albums in its remastered form, now as requested, more music by this really good American hard rock band hailing from Phoenix, Arizona. “An Even More Perfect Union” is Icon’s third album, recorded after their recording label dropped them, and finally released some years later. When awesome original lead vocalist Steve...

ICON – Icon [Axe Killer / Bad Reputation digitally remastered]

This baby was requested by one of you, ICON‘s self-titled debut “Icon’ digitally remastered by Axe Killer Records, a version not easy to find but one that worth every penny because the quality sound obtained is fantastic. Originally known as Schoolboys, Icon was formed in 1981 in Phoenix, Arizona by high school friends Dan Wexler (guitar), Stephen Clifford (vocals) and...

ICON – Night Of The Crime [Rock Candy Remastered & Reloaded]

Few days ago it was the 33 year anniversary of “Night Of The Crime” original release, ICON‘s second LP, easily among our Top-10 greatest Melodic Hard Rock / AOR albums of all time. Coincidentally, it was requested here Icon’s self-titled debut in its remastered form, so it’s much obliged to feature as well “Night Of The Crime”, essential in your...