Classic Rock's albums of the week - 4th July

A promotional photograph of Foghat kicking some vinyl records

The best – and worst – of this week’s new albums, reissues, books and DVDs, including an Alan Parsons Symphonic Project live album, the latest release from rejuvenated bluesman Walter Trout, time-travelling Australian rockers Cherry Grind and more.

Alan Parsons Symphonic Project - Live In Colombia album review

Walter Trout - Alive In Amsterdam album review

Alan Burridge - Lemmy Kilmister: Life Beyond Motörhead book review

Cherry Grind - Room With A View album review

Black Bombers - Break It Down album review

Sleep Of Monsters - II: Poison Garden album review

Foghat - Under The Influence album review

Fates Warning - Theories Of Flight album review

Royal Southern Brotherhood - The Royal Gospel album review

Swans - The Glowing Man album review

Tequila Mockingbyrd - Fight And Flight album review

The Monkees - Good Times! album review

Ultravox! - The Island Years album review

Graham Bonnet - Reissues album review

Van Wilks - Bombay Tears album review

Punky Meadows - Fallen Angel album review

Pain Of Salvation - Remedy Lane Re-Visited (Re-Mixed And Re-Lived) album review

Johnny Thunders - So Alone album review

Van Morrison - ...It’s Too Late To Stop Now... Volumes II, III, IV album review

Badger - One Live Badger album review

The Answer - Rise 10th Anniversary Edition album review

Rough Cutt - Reissues album review

John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers - Live In 1967 – Volume Two album review

The Traveling Wilburys - The Traveling Wilburys Collection album review

Eric Martin Band - Sucker For A Pretty Face album review