Music Style: Detroit Rock

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  1. 96 Tears

    96 Tears (1995)


  2. A Fistful Of Alice

    A Fistful Of Alice (1997)


  3. A Night on the Town

    A Night on the Town (2005)


  4. Action

    Action (1967)


  5. Air Special

    Air Special (2006)


  6. American Caesar

    American Caesar (1993)


    American Caesar is a 1993 album by Iggy Pop. After the success of Brick by Brick, Pop opted to continue with that album's lyrical themes while toughening up the musical foundation. Consequently, the album is often considered one of his stronger 90's albums.

  7. Avenue B

    Avenue B (1999)


    Avenue B is a 1999 album by Iggy Pop.

  8. Back in '72

    Back in '72 (1973)


    Back in '72 is an album by American rock singer/songwriter Bob Seger, released in 1973. It was the first new album on Seger's label, Palladium Records, to be released under their distribution deal with the Reprise division of Warner Bros. Records and one of several early Seger albums that has never been reissued on CD.

  9. Back In The Usa

    Back In The Usa (1992)


    Back in the USA is the 1970 debut studio album, and second album overall, by the American protopunk band MC5. The opening track is a cover of the classic hit "Tutti Frutti" by Little Richard, "Let Me Try" is a ballad, "The American Ruse" attacks what the Detroit quintet saw as the hypocritical idea of freedom espoused by the US government, and "The Human Being Lawnmower" expresses opposition to the US involvement in the Vietnam War. The last song on the album, which is the title track, is a cover of Chuck Berry's 1959 single "Back in the U.S.A.".

  10. Beautiful Loser

    Beautiful Loser (1998)


    Beautiful Loser is the eighth album by American rock singer/songwriter Bob Seger, released in 1975 (see 1975 in music). This album marked Seger's return to Capitol Records after a four-year split. His previous record with Capitol was Brand New Morning in 1971.

  11. Billion Dollar Babies

    Billion Dollar Babies (2005)


    Billion Dollar Babies is the sixth studio album by American hard rock band Alice Cooper, released in 1973. The album became the best selling Alice Cooper record at the time of its release, hit number one on the album charts in both the United States and the United Kingdom, and went on to be certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. The album was well received by such critics as Robert Christgau, Greg Prato of allmusic, and Jason Thompson of popmatters, but Rolling Stone gave the album only two and a half stars.

  12. Bob Seger

    Bob Seger


  13. Born To Die

    Born To Die (2003)


    Born to Die is a 1976 album by Grand Funk Railroad. Capitol (511482).

  14. Bosnia

    Bosnia (2007)


  15. Brand New Morning

    Brand New Morning (1905)


    Brand New Morning is an album by American rock singer/songwriter Bob Seger, released in 1971 (see 1971 in music). The album is a stripped down, acoustic album, somewhat in the vein of Bruce Springsteen's decade-later Nebraska. This album has never been reissued on a legitimate U.S. CD release by Capitol. This album also marked Seger's four-year departure from Capitol. Seger's next album with Capitol would be "Beautiful Loser," released in April 1975.

  16. Brick By Brick

    Brick By Brick (1992)


    Brick by Brick is an album released in June 1990 by the American singer Iggy Pop. After attracting mixed reviews for much of his 1980s output, Pop hired longtime Stooges fan Don Was as producer, who would later produce Avenue B, and opted for a hard-rock sound. Many songs on the album incorporate a lyrical theme of the United States facing dangers of cultural decay and implosion. Slash and Duff McKagan of Guns N' Roses fame were featured on the album as songwriters and performers. The cover was drawn by American cartoonist Charles Burns. The album's personnel includes studio musicians Waddy Wachtel and Kenny Aronoff. The album is the first studio album that features Pop contributing guitar. He plays a majority of the guitar parts along with Wachtel and Slash.

  17. Brownsville Station

    Brownsville Station


    Brownsville Station is an American rock band from Michigan that was popular in the 1970s. Original members included Cub Koda (guitarist/vocalist), Mike Lutz (guitarist/vocalist), T.J. Cronley (drummer), and Tony Driggins (bassist/vocals). Later members included Henry "H-Bomb" Weck (drummer) and Bruce Nazarian (guitarist/vocalist).

  18. Call of the Wild

    Call of the Wild (1974)

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  19. Cat Scratch Fever

    Cat Scratch Fever (1999)


    Cat Scratch Fever (1977) is the third studio album by American guitarist and singer-songwriter Ted Nugent and his band, as well as the name of the album's title song. Vocalist Derek St. Holmes, who had left the band during the recording of the album Free-for-All, had come back for touring in 1976 and was again the lead singer on this album.

  20. Caught In The Act

    Caught In The Act (2003)


  21. City Slang

    City Slang


  22. Closer To Home

    Closer To Home (2002)


    Closer to Home is Grand Funk Railroad's third studio album, and was released on June 15, 1970 by Capitol Records. It was produced by Terry Knight. This album reached RIAA gold record status in 1970, making it the group's third gold record in one year. The songs, "Sin's a Good Man's Brother" and "Aimless Lady", were later covered by South African group, Suck. "Sin's a Good Man's Brother" was also covered by the band Monster Magnet on their first full length album Spine of God, and by Gov't Mule on their album The Deep End, Volume 1. The album's inside artwork shows a live photo of the band performing at Madison Square Garden in February 1970.

  23. Closer to Home

    Closer to Home (2010)


  24. Cocky

    Cocky (2001)


    Cocky is Kid Rock's fifth album released with Atlantic Records, his fifth studio album overall, released in 2001. This is Kid Rock's first album where he takes a turn as a country singer. The release of "Picture" featuring Sheryl Crow revived the struggling album in 2003, and in May 2011 it was certified 5x platinum by the RIAA. It has sold 5,344,000 copies in the US as of December 2013.

  25. Craveman

    Craveman (2009)


    Craveman is the twelfth studio album by the American hard rock guitarist Ted Nugent, released in 2002. The name is a portmanteau of the words crave and caveman.

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