RE: Lessons in HAREM SCAREM 101...
Posted by: Don ()
Date: September 03, 2000 01:55AM

Alex, I basically agree with Surfpunk here. HS's first two albums are simply essential to any AOR/melodic hard rock collection. To not own them would be the equivalent of loving golf and not being aware of who Tiger Woods is, or a hockey fan who's unfamiliar with Bobby Orr or Wayne Gretzky. I honestly don't think I'm exaggerating here. Over hte past three years, I have witnessed numerous people who have "discovered" this band as a result of this board. Few, if any, have been disappointed. As for how to get ahold of these two albums, email me. I think I can help. Take care.
Don

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HAREM SCAREM 127 Alex siedler 09/02/2000 11:33PM
RE: HAREM SCAREM 93Surfpunk09/03/2000 12:50AM
RE: Lessons in HAREM SCAREM 101...92 Don 09/03/2000 01:55AM
RE: HAREM SCAREM 83 Alex siedler 09/03/2000 03:25AM
RE: HAREM SCAREM 91Jack09/03/2000 05:49AM
RE: Hey Jack!!!! 83 Don 09/03/2000 07:28AM
RE: HAREM SCAREM 100 Kevin 09/03/2000 11:31AM
RE: HAREM SCAREM 96 Vince Viani 09/06/2000 12:38AM
RE: HAREM SCAREM 78 Susumu 09/03/2000 06:13PM
RE: Alex and Susumu... 89 Don 09/03/2000 06:45PM
RE: HAREM SCAREM 79joe09/06/2000 11:23PM
RE: HAREM SCAREM 102 Carl 09/07/2000 01:22AM
RE: HAREM SCAREM 88 Mike 09/03/2000 03:18AM
RE: HAREM SCAREM 100 mike 09/03/2000 01:33PM
RE: HAREM SCAREM 102 Kieran 09/03/2000 06:24PM
RE: HAREM SCAREM 98 essbee 09/06/2000 10:49AM
Mood Swings you up! 95 Benno 09/06/2000 12:10PM


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