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    Artist: Moxy
    Release: Moxy
    Genre: Canadian Classic Rock
    Country: Canada
    Bitrate: 128kbps
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    Great Canadian band! whoever wants more info acess this one: http://www.canadianbands.com/Moxy.html

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    1. Fantasy
    2. Sail On Sail Away
    3. Can't You See I'm a Star
    4. Moon Rider
    5. Time to Move On
    6. Still I Wonder
    7. Train
    8. Out of the Darkness
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    Good album, good band.
    Tommy Bolin, guitarist, contributed as a guest on this first LP.
    (Later that year, Bolin was asked by David Coverdale to join DEEP PURPLE).

    Sometimes I wish I was a few years older or grew up in a different part of Toronto.
    A friend told me MOXY in the 1970s once played in Greenwood Park in Toronto.
    It is just a small valley surrounded by houses in the city's east end, with only green grass and baseball diamond.

    It was a free outdoor concert and it was packed full of hundreds or thousands of people supposedly,
    just like it was a Led Zeppelin or Who concert.

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    Artist: Moxy
    Release: Moxy
    Genre: Hard Rock
    Country: Canada
    Bitrate: 320kbps
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    Info: The debut album by excellent hard rockers Moxy. They sound a LOT like the debut Rush album in the riffing, vocals and the overall sound. The songs are very catchy with some GREAT heavy riffs. Some songs could even be proto-metal in the guitar riffs (like "Can't You See I'm A Star"), especially seeing as this is 1975. But they also have some mellower parts and songs so that's why I put it in the 'hard rock' section. They are also inspired by the heavy elements of Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath. Highly recommended. Their 2nd album is equally good and I have that shared as well. Enjoy.
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    1. Fantasy
    2. Sail On Sail Away
    3. Can't You See I'm A Star
    4. Moon Rider
    5. Time To Move On
    6. Still I Wonder
    7. Train
    8. Out Of The Darkness

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    Should this thread be merged with this one?
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