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Boom Boom Mancini - 1986 Boom Boom Mancini
'Boom Boom Mancini' is definitely entrenched with the mid 80's production techniques, which are all over this album. It's definitely worth an investigation if you're into this kind of stuff, especially the similarity to all the Canadian references made in the article.

Golden Earring - 1973 Moontan
A Dutch institution for much of their career, and with this album, it was arguably their break-out performance internationally.

Golden Earring - 1975 To The Hilt
Special mention for the Hipgnosis cover art which captures the mood of this record perfectly; dark and edgy. With the addition of maestro Robert Jan Stips formerly of Dutch greats Supersister on keyboards, the Golden Earring sound takes a decidedly progressive sound, but this isn't Yes or Genesis clone time.

Golden Earring - 1977 Live
Originally, the double-album contains some very long renditions of their classic material. Golden Earring have a selection of live material over the years, but this is the best place to start.

Golden Earring - 1986 The Hole
Underrated and under loved, Golden Earring's 1986 'The Hole' proved that this long running Dutch outfit knew how to roll with the times, with a typical 80's sound complete with synths and digital drums.

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