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2 days ago
Rockingbear
Pyromania Hysteria High 'n' Dry Def Leppard X Slang Retro Active Songs From The Sparkle Lounge Euphoria On Through The Night Adrenalise Yeah!
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2 days ago
Rockingbear
Aces High - 'Ten 'n' Out' / 'Pull No Puches' / 'Forgive & Forget' Franke & The Knockouts - 'Franke & The Knockouts' / Makin' The Point' / 'Below The Belt' Leverage - 'Tides' / 'Blindfire' / 'Circus Colossus' Mecca - 'Mecca' / 'Undeniable' / 'III' Stan Meissner - 'Dangerous Games' / 'Windows To Light' / 'Undertow' Radio Silence - 'Radio Silence' / 'Sirens' / 'Whose Ski
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4 days ago
Rockingbear
Great band that produces highly consistent albums. My personal choices:- What If… Mr. Big The Stories We Could Tell Lean Into It Bump Ahead Actual Size Get Over It Hey Man
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5 days ago
Rockingbear
Hi Carl, just to make you feel a little better, I did a similar thing about twenty years ago with Whitesnake. I had bought the tickets six months earlier and said to the wife you better get the tickets out as we're going to see them soon; she did, and then told me that the show was last night! I felt sick to the pit of my stomach and ever since I write concert dates down every where: calendars, d
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5 days ago
Rockingbear
I'm loving the new album but still think 'Heart Full of Fire' is the best of their four albums to date. Pleased to read the love for 'Going Out With A Bang'; what a song! I do hope they include it in their setlist at the forthcoming Rockingham Festival.
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9 days ago
Rockingbear
Based on the posted lists above the rankings come out as follows:- Unsurprisngly, 'Mood Swings' was ranked #1 by most readers. If Harry Hess reads this, he might be pleasantly surprised at the love for 'Voice of the Reason'. I think that most fans of the band agreed, Harem Scarem release consistently great albums. 1 - Mood Swings (1993) 2 - Harem Scarem (1991) 3 - Weight of the World
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10 days ago
Rockingbear
1 - Mood Swings 2 - Harem Scarem 3 - Thirteen 4 - Big Bang Theory 5 - Believe / Karma Cleansing 6 - Overload 7 - Voice Of Reason 8 - Weight Of The World 9 - Hope 10 - Higher 11 - Human Nature 12 - Rubber 13 - Ultra Feel
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11 days ago
Rockingbear
Yes, just you...lol 'Rode Hard...Put Away Wet' is an an excellent album but 'Skin' was not so good. The debut White Sister album, production aside, is an absolute classic. I am a little bias as the debut White Sister album is in my top five albums of all time and the most influential album to me personally. Cheesy, I don't think so! Just Pomp Rock at work to best and they could reproduce i
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13 days ago
Rockingbear
Great thread Figge as I love a list...or two. ;) Looking back the eighties was one hell of period for great music. 1980 Black Sabbath - Heaven & Hell AC/DC - Back In Black Rush - Peramnent Waves 1981 Journey - Escape Rush - Moving Pictures Foreigner - 4 1982 Toto - IV Night Ranger - Dawn Patrol Asia - Asia 1983 Def Leppard - Pyromania Journey - Frontier
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16 days ago
Rockingbear
Favorite Album - Journey 'Escape' Band - Night Ranger Song - White Sister 'Promises' Guitarist - Steve Lukather Singer - Steve Perry Frontman/Guitarist combo - Steve Perry / Neal Schon First concert - AC/DC / Y&T Last concert - The Who (tonight) Next concert - Dream Theater (next week) Concert you regret not seeing - Gotthard with Steve Lee Group you would have loved to have seen l
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24 days ago
Rockingbear
Agree with lots that have alreday been posted; would also add:- White Sister - 'White Sister' Van Stephenson - 'Righteous Anger' & 'Suspicious Heart' Bouleabrd - 'Into the Street' John Kilzer - 'Memory In The Making' Harem Scarem - 'Mood Swings' Hradline - 'Double Eclipse'
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25 days ago
Rockingbear
I don't disagree Bruce; however, it would mean that 'Dawn Patrol' is 110%. :)
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25 days ago
Rockingbear
Fantastic collection Ken, thanks for posting. I'm a huge Def Leppard fan, but really don't like this album. I played it again last year for the first time in ages and my opinion did not change. Joe's comments about the replacment tracks are very interesting and I agree 100%. 'Let's Get Rocked' is OK, but 'Make Love Like A Man' is just cringeworthy and possibly the worst song Lepprad ever wrot
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26 days ago
Rockingbear
All phenomenal albums and I would also add One Desire to the list. I cannot remember the last time so many excellent albums were released at the same time. Really enjoying the lighter House of Lords. Night Ranger don't make bad albums, IMHO (I include 'Hole In The Sun' even though that was a bit left field). Eclipse - time will tell, but this could be the best album to date. Brother F
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26 days ago
Rockingbear
Excellent news. Hope you make a speedy recovery.
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30 days ago
Rockingbear
Hope all goes well Troy and you make a speedy recovery.
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4 weeks ago
Rockingbear
I think that 'Hands Up' is excellent; although, it would have benefitted from a better production. It's typical Honeymoon Suite, however, in my humble opinion, is not on a par with 'The Big Prize'; there again not many albums are.
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4 weeks ago
Rockingbear
These are my favourite support bands that I have seen over the years. I don't think any of them blew the headliners off the stage, but they made the whole evening all the more better. Y&T opening for AC/DC – For Those About To Rock Tour 1982 – Leeds Queens Hall FM opening for Bon Jovi -Slippery When Wet Tour – 1986 – Leicester De Monfort Hall White Sister opening for FM - T
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4 weeks ago
Rockingbear
I was looking forward to seeing them again but not at those crazy prices!
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4 weeks ago
Rockingbear
Journey with Steve Perry Gotthard with Steve Lee Pink Floyd Neil Young Survivor Van Stephenson (did he ever tour?) Hall & Oates Just a bit too young to have seen:- AC/DC with Bon Scott Rainbow with Ronnie James Dio
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5 weeks ago
Rockingbear
As much as I like Whitecross and Stryper, my all-time favourite Christian band is White Heart; with their 'Tales of wonder' opus being their pièce de résistance, IMHO.
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6 weeks ago
Rockingbear
W.E.T. - 'W.E.T.' W.E.T. - 'Rise Up' Talisman - '7' Jeff Scott Soto - 'Lost In Translation' Jeff Scott Soto - 'Damage Control'
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7 weeks ago
Rockingbear
Adolfo, I love all eras of Steely Dan; however, ironically my two favourite albums are 'Aja' and 'Gaucho'. To me personally, they contain the best songs, are the most melodic and have stellar productions especially 'Aja'.
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7 weeks ago
Rockingbear
My top five:- Kiss Love Gun Destroyer Asylum Sonic Boom
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8 weeks ago
Rockingbear
1 - Cockroach 2 - Revolve 3 - Danger Danger 4 - Four The Hard Way 5 - Return of the Great Gildersleeves 6 - Screw It 7 - Live & Nude 8 - Rare Cuts 9 - Dawn
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2 months ago
Rockingbear
Totally agree with your comments TTS reference TMF being an innediate album. It sounds like everything you would hope: Danger Danger meets Trixter with a sprinkling of early Def Leppard. Hopefully, similar to The Defiants last year, it will be an album that I keep wanting to revisit. I have purchased the CD; however, listening to the first time via Amazon MP3 through a Bose mini soundlink and
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2 months ago
Rockingbear
'Hysteria' and 'The Defiants' are my favourite albums from 1987 and 2016 respectively. Both are excellent albums, IMHO, but Leppard's was ground-breaking and has the advantage of being around for thirty years; I have 'Hysteria' 5% points above The Defiants. I'm another who's hoping that Tokyo Motor Fist is every bit as good as The Defiants.
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2 months ago
Rockingbear
I have had this album (EP) for a couple of months now and I really like it. Yes, it's not in the same league as 'The Big Prize'; but, then there are not that many albums that are. For lifelong fans, there's plenty to enjoy on here; my personal favourite is the excellent '1985'. The live tracks are also brilliant and has whetted my appetite for their forthcoming appearance at this year's Rockingha
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2 months ago
Rockingbear
That was really diffucult; however, I finally got it down to these ten fantastic songs:- 1 - Rush - 'Far Cry' ( 2007 ) 2 - Brother Firetribe - 'Going Out With A Bang' ( 2008 ) 3 - Pretty Maids - 'INVU' ( 2010 ) 4 - H.e.a.t - 'Downtown' ( 2012 ) 5 - Heaven & Hell - 'Bible Black' ( 2009 ) 6 - Treat - 'Skies of Mongolia' ( 2010 ) 7 - Dan Reed Network - Champion' ( 2016 ) 8 - The
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2 months ago
Rockingbear
Again, not sure about the reviews; but, these are my top ten most disappointing albums (I was expecting so much more from these following their previous releases):- Richie Sambora - Aftermath Of The Lowdown Strangeways - And The Horse Mötley Crüe - Generation Swine Metallica - St. Anger Lynch Mob - REvolution Nickleback - No Fixed Address Joshua Kadison - Delilah Blue Loverboy - VI
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