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7 weeks ago
mhenders
The self-titled Danger Danger album is very frame-able. Also, "Play Deep" by The Outfield is also great; Mr. Mister "Welcome to the Real World" as well.
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2 months ago
mhenders
Very sad to hear - I recall seeing him live with Night Ranger during the Gary Moon-era of 93-95.
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3 months ago
mhenders
Awesome! Very clever! Loving the song as well.
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3 months ago
mhenders
Here's a few more: Heavy Bones - same Shadow King - same Saints and Sinners - same The Storm - same Wildside - Under the Influence Von Groove - same
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3 months ago
mhenders
I'd say Slamer "Nowhere Land" from 2006. The lowest priced copy I see on Amazon is $164.02. I wish I had picked this up when it was in-print.
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4 months ago
mhenders
How about: One Dream by Lou Gramm (Highlander 2) Stand in the Fire by Mickey Thomas (Youngblood)
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4 months ago
mhenders
Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What are the names of those 2 tunes Hollywood? > > There's the 2 soundtrack tunes from 85 too. Not a > band that seems to have unreleased material. "Wild and Innocent Youth" from the Out of Bounds soundtrack is one.
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4 months ago
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rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Sign In Please and Loud And Clear are the best. > Personally L&C beats SIP -but they never wrote a > better song than Turn Up The Radio. Some equal it, > but it was never bettered. The song "More Than a Million Times" from the Loud and Clear album is pretty incredible! More Than a Mil
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11 months ago
mhenders
11 months ago
mhenders
Wildside's "Under the Influence" is a good workout album!
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1 year ago
mhenders
From Poison? Yeah - "Ride Child Ride" was a great song from "Native Tongue". It would have been a good single IMO.
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1 year ago
mhenders
daveok Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > You can also quite a bit of the 80's era Heart. > Seems like they try to distance themselves from > that period. Although they might be getting a clue - recent 2015 setlists show them playing "If Looks Could Kill", "There's the Girl", and "Wild Child".
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1 year ago
mhenders
Loverboy "Love Will Rise Again" Slaughter - anything from Fear No Evil Poison "So Tell Me Why" Firehouse "Home is Where the Heart Is" Kansas "One Man One Heart"
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1 year ago
mhenders
Agreed! Last song on the CD - "One and Only" - is the best IMO!
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1 year ago
mhenders
The Radio Sun - Summer Girl
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1 year ago
mhenders
Is he still the new vocalist in Tango Down as well?
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1 year ago
mhenders
The song "Father Time" from the soundtrack to Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure is just all-around awesomeness!
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1 year ago
mhenders
Voting for: Work of Art S/T from 2008 - with the two best tracks bookending the album: "Why Do I" and "One Hour". H.E.A.T S/T - love the new albums too, but this is the one I always go back to; not a single bad track.
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1 year ago
mhenders
"Learn To Live Again" by W.E.T. gets my vote.
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1 year ago
mhenders
How about INXS's "Shabooh Shoobah"?
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1 year ago
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Pressure Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Grand Design - Another good band. I am sure these > guys were a highlight for some. I can't get past > the super high pitched vocals, but the music and > songs are definitely good. Beyond that, they were > another great bunch of guys like Radio Sun. They > were at the event the entire two day
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1 year ago
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mhenders Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I got a really good capture of the first song they > did acoustically, "Camelia". I'll put it on > YouTube in a few days. Here it is: Work of Art - Camelia acoustically
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1 year ago
mhenders
I got a really good capture of the first song they did acoustically, "Camelia". I'll put it on YouTube in a few days.
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1 year ago
mhenders
I vote for Vixen covering Jeff Paris' - "Cryin" that originally appeared on his "Wired Up" album
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1 year ago
mhenders
Pretty bad air traffic delays; also looks like some serious thunderstorms are hitting Chicago right now - I'm stuck in New Mexico and my flight has been delayed 4 hours so far. Looks like I'm going to miss the H.E.A.T acoustic show tonight. (:
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1 year ago
mhenders
That's disappointing news - Who will be playing guitar then?
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1 year ago
mhenders
How about David Victor? I think he would be a good fit and he's available after being dismissed from Boston last month.
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1 year ago
mhenders
I would like to know this as well - loved the "Hurry Up and Wait" album and the song "Tears in the Sky".
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1 year ago
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Starrider Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Here is a message board thread regarding David > Victor's absence: > http://www.gonnahitcharide.com/thejourney/viewtopi > c.php?f=4&t=8086 > > You'll probably need an account to view it. > > He is apparently gone from the tour and no reason > has been given. Everyone involved is
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