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My Top Rawk Albums of 2012

05 Jan

I have finally taken the time to review the top rock albums of 2012. Here is my list, condensed down to my top 25, and not in tremonti hornsany particular order. Although my favorite, by far, has to be “All I Was” by Tremonti.

Top 25 Album Releases of 2012

  1. Dark Adrenaline  – Lacuna Coil
  2. Clockwork Angels – Rush
  3. A Different Kind of Truth – Van Halen
  4. Amaryllis – Shinedown
  5. The Strange Case Of …. – Halestorm
  6. The End is Where We Began – Thousand Foot Krutch
  7. Bag Of Bones – Europe
  8. Apocalyptic Love – Slash (feat. Miles Kennedy and the Conspirators)
  9. Murdered Love – P.O.D
  10. All I Was – Tremonti
  11. Minus The Machine – 10 Years
  12. Eye On It – Toby Mac
  13. Head Down – Rival Sons
  14. King Animal – Soundgarden
  15. The Power Within – Dragonforce
  16. Flying Colors – Flying Colors
  17. The Whippoorwill – Blackberry Smoke
  18. Privateering – Mark Knopfler
  19. Rock n’ Roll Ride – Jack Blades
  20. Analog Man – Joe Walsh
  21. Believer – Kutless
  22. Wait For the Siren – Project 86
  23. Uncaged – Zac Brown Band
  24. O God Save Us All – Disciple
  25. Slipstream – Bonnie Rait

Added bonus for this posting is a video from Tremonti.

Rawk On!!!

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2 Comments

Posted by on January 5, 2013 in 2012, Rock Albums, Tremonti

 

2 responses to “My Top Rawk Albums of 2012

  1. Rob

    January 9, 2013 at 11:01 am

    Great list! i gave Tremonti a listen and agree that it’s rawking. Would be really neat to see him live with Wolfgang Van Halen. Young Wolfie has played with two amazing guitarists in his career!

    Will check out some others from your list, thanks for compiling.

    i wonder what you think of Deftones’ album, Koi No Yokan? That’s my favorite album of 2012.

     
    • barrydean

      January 9, 2013 at 1:16 pm

      Thanks Rob. I have seen Mark Tremonti with Alter Bridge. The guy knows how to rawk and work a crowd. Wolfie has definitely been exposed to very talented musicians in his young life.

      I checked out the Deftones’ Album. Not bad at all. They sound like a couple of bands I listen to regularly. 10 Years (maybe a bit heavier) and Red.

       

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