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26 days ago
mhenders
Some wish list ideas for 5: Honeymoon Suite The Storm Hugo Beggars and Thieves White Widdow
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6 weeks ago
mhenders
The Kansas album "In the Sprit of Things" is excllent aside from the boring first song called "Ghosts".
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2 months ago
mhenders
"Dangerous Dreams" is the best song on the album I would say.
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2 months ago
mhenders
This is outstanding! Love how it's being released only on cassette!
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2 months ago
mhenders
I went! It was a blast! There's a detailed review of all three days as well as the pre-show party at Sleezerox.com that includes setlists, YouTube links, etc: Sleeze Roxx Rock 'N Skull Review
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3 months ago
mhenders
Upon first listen, "Camouflage" was the track that really got my attention!
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3 months ago
mhenders
I received mine today. I am in New Mexico. Thanks Andrew!
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3 months ago
mhenders
Black 'n Blue - S/T, Without Love, Nasty Nasty, In Heat House of Lords - Come to My Kingdom, World Upside Down, Cartesian Dreams, Big Money....would also include Precious Metal and Indestructible
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4 months ago
mhenders
Ralfster Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Could project 1 be the legendary ARTI TISI > maybe??? Here's hoping... :-) I'm hoping for this as well!
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4 months ago
mhenders
I would like to see the following remastered and reloaded by Rock Candy: The Outfield "Play Deep" The Outfield "Bangin'" Little River Band "Playing to Win"
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5 months ago
mhenders
Agreed - awesome album! Worth buying alone just for the tracks "The One" and "All I See".
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5 months ago
mhenders
I like it. It was produced by Steve Walsh and Phil Ehart of Kansas, but sounds absolutely nothing like Kansas. The first two songs, "Miracles" and "Hands of Time" are my faves.
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6 months ago
mhenders
the ORIGINAL brent Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What's up with Wildside? I would like to know this too.
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6 months ago
mhenders
$40 for a Japanese version of the 1992 S/T album by Rox Diamond
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8 months 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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9 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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10 months ago
mhenders
Awesome! Very clever! Loving the song as well.
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10 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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10 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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10 months ago
mhenders
How about: One Dream by Lou Gramm (Highlander 2) Stand in the Fire by Mickey Thomas (Youngblood)
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11 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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11 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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1 year ago
mhenders
1 year 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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