Category: OUTSIDE EDGE

MUNICH’s HARDEST HITS – Melodic Rock Is Back Vol. 10 / Out Of Print

And here’s the final Volume (#10) from the now out of print, legendary series “MUNICH’s HARDEST HITS / Melodic Rock Is Back“, compilation CD’s put together German label Point Music Records, Rock It! Magazine, and one of the first internet Rock radio: MUNICH HARDEST HITS. During the past decade and with the resurgence of the genre, they released the “Melodic Rock Is Back” CD series featuring new bands / artists in this musical style.
While you may recognize several names into this Vol. 10 such as Outside Edge or Free Spirit, many the artists featured never make it big, but all are darn good. Some of these songs are not available elsewhere.
For the first time these complete series appear in full, Only at 0dayrox

OUTSIDE EDGE – Running Hot [AOR Heaven Classix digitally remastered] Out Of Print

Alongside FM, Shy or Virginia Wolf, OUTSIDE EDGE was one of the most representative acts from the British Melodic Rock / AOR scene during the ’80s. AOR Heaven Records released via their Classix Series a superb remastered reissue of their debut “Running Hot“, now out of print and a must have in your collection. Having tried their luck in bands...

OUTSIDE EDGE – More Edge [AOR Heaven Classix remaster] Out Of Print

Someone asked for the re-post of this true Gem complete with full artwork; “More Edge” by OUTSIDE EDGE, remastered by AOR Heaven Records for their ‘AOR Heaven Classix‘ series. A true Classic British AOR album in all its sonic glory. After their (excellent as well) previous effort, the band’s next target was America and they flew over to the US...

OUTSIDE EDGE – More Edge [AOR Heaven Classix remaster] (2013)

* Some days ago we have presented in 0dayrox the first international release by OUTSIDE EDGE, now it’s time for the second; “More Edge”, a truly AOR / Melodic Rock classic remastered by AOR Heaven and sounding in all its glory. The previous album was not propely promoted in Europe by 10 Records (a Virgin subsidiary), so the band’s next...