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Twisted Wires & the acoustic sessions...2011

This release has to rank as one of the Best Hard Rock-Heavy Metal albums of the year, hands down!! If you don't own it, you are missing out on an incredible band, and a fantastic bunch of songs.
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Alive in Europe!2010

Oh, yes! Sitting nice and shiny on my iPod Touch, direct from iTunes (since I'm impatient and couldn't wait for the record store to open) is the new live album from Tesla, Alive In Europe. This CD should be a good reminder of just how awesome these guys are.
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Forever More2008

TESLA is, like many have said here, one of the most underrated rock bands of our time, and I say YOU BET THEY ARE! They tour constantly, put out fantastic albums one after another, and place their fans first!!!!
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Real to Reel, Vol. 12007

TESLA rocks on every song. New bands today just could not have pulled this off. Read the booklet inside. Great comments from Frank on the recording process. Make sure you complete the package with 'Real To Reel, Vol. 2'
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Real To Reel, Vol. II2007

The second installment in TESLA's Real to Reel collection features the venerable quintet covering classic songs by the likes of Alice Cooper ("Is It My Body?"), Bachman-Turner Overdrive ("Not Fragile"), to the same satisfying results heard on the first R2R.
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A Peace of Time2007

7 song taste of music that was recorded live in the studio and features recordings of TESLA’s own songs in a different fashion as well as a few covers that we love. Features a recording of the Christmas classic “Silent night” and alternate recordings of TESLA classics.
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Into The Now2004

TESLA's 'Into the Now' definitely has the feel of a rejuvenated, reunited band. After ten long years since their underrated gem 'Bust a Nut' they have returned with cuts such as the titled track, Got No Glory, Recognized, What a Shame, and the best song of the album Heaven Nine Eleven.
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RePlugged Live2001

I've been a huge TESLA fan since 1986. This is what I've been waiting for, and now it's finally here.... This CD is so awesome!!! All of their best songs are on here, and all of them rock!!!
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Bust A Nut1994

By the late 80's keyboard-led music became a necessity. TESLA created straight rock'n roll based on guitars and passionate vocals. JK's vocals on "Wonderful World" and "Rubberband" are simply outstanding! The album was certified gold by RIAA on March 16th, 1995.
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Psychotic Supper1991

"Edison's Medicine" is a very catchy rocker, and "Call It What You Want" is a fantastic, anthemic follow up. "What You Give" is over 7 minutes long--an amazing acoustic anthem/ballad that rivals the more well-known "Love Song". "Song And Emotion" is a touching tribute to Def Leppard's Steve Clark
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Five Man Acoustical Jam1990

TESLA's 'Five Man Acoustical Jam' made the unplugged performance the popular trend that it was in the early nineties. After 'Five Man Acoustical Jam', a lot of artists starting releasing cds from MTV Unplugged appearances. Recorded in Philadelphia, the album captures the musicianship of excellent songwriting.
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The Great Radio Controversy1989

Their blues-influenced grittier edge set TESLA apart from the bands that littered the hard rock landscape from the late '80s to the early '90s. 'The Great Radio Controversy' is arguably their best album. Songs like "Heaven's Trail (No Way Out)," "Flight to Nowhere," and "Party's Over" show that TESLA is at their best!
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Mechanical Resonance1986

TESLA are just one of those bands that just ARE real rock & roll. Something about them is just meaty, and the band just exudes quality. Much has been written about this universally-acclaimed debut.
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