Category: STRANGEWAYS

STRANGEWAYS – Where Do We Go From Here? [Live At Firefest] Out Of Print

“Where Do We Go From Here?” was recorded by STRANGEWAYS at 2010 Firefest Festival in front of an adoring audience, and released via Firefest / Fireworks Magazine in limited quantities, now out of print. Contained here is a document of that performance, 22 years of hurt was dispelled for the masses that awaited the return of the band for so...

STRANGEWAYS – Native Sons [Rock Candy remaster +2]

This Rock Candy Deluxe Remastered Edition of STRANGEWAYS “Native Sons” is the definitive version to one of the best albums from the burgeoning ’80s British AOR scene. This was requested many times on the blog, and here it is in all its glory. After the short tenure of vocalist Tony Liddle in the first Strangeways album, the Stewart brothers (guitar...

STRANGEWAYS – Age Of Reason (A.O.R.)

Scottish AOR legends STRANGEWAYS are back with a new album; “Age Of Reason“, produced and released by themselves on their own label. Since the last year’s pretty disappointed return ‘Perfect World’, the band has reunited with its original line-up; extraordinaire vocalist Terry Brock, guitarist Ian J. Stewart, bassist David Stewart, keyboard player David Moore and drummer Jim Drummond. The first...

STRANGEWAYS – Walk In The Fire [Rock Candy remaster +4 +2 extras]

Not only “Walk In The Fire” confirmed STRANGEWAYS as one of the best British AOR acts of all time, but also on this, their third record, the band reached their creative peak. This Rock Candy Records remastered reissue sounds fabulous, including 4 bonus tracks. As extra, we added 2 tracks Live tracks exclusive to the Majestic Rock Records reissue. Recorded...

STRANGEWAYS – Strangeways [Rock Candy remastered +5]

Before being recognized as the definitive British AOR band with their second album, STRANGEWAYS released their self-titled debut “Strangeways” to critical and fans acclaim. This remastered job by Rock Candy Records discover new layers of sound from this strong first album, plus adding 5 bonus tracks to enjoy. Not for want of trying, the British melodic rock scene was –...