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7 days ago
Don
Greg Sparrow Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Wow, Samurai sure brings back great memories. I > got into it because of "Shout" but the whole album > is great from start to finish. > Don't know about the possibility of it happening > but I'd be all for it! ..."Shout" was the first track I heard as well. Funny, as it tur
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7 days ago
Don
"Samurai" is one sweet, sweet gem of an album! If a new Grand Prix album ever got released, I'd be all over it.
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12 days ago
Don
kissgod Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Agree. The new Sweet/Lynch bores me to tears. ...I don't find that it bores me, nor do I consider it a train wreck. For me, its just that quite a number of the songs are odd. I'm not really a fan of at least half of the material. Seems like two creative geniuses should have been able to come up with better.
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15 days ago
Don
Yep, I hear it! That is kinda cool. Not the kind of thing that you'd expect to be left on a lot of music recordings, but it kind of serves as an exclamation point, so to speak, on a rough 'n tough metal track. Not sure what the song is about, but it's clearly being sung with conviction.
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15 days ago
Don
Interceptor Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hey Don, > > One of my favorite albums from way back in the day > was the French band Trust's album IV also known as > Idéal. Great Great stuff. First off, it's all > in French, no idea what most of it is about but I > never ever got sick of it all. That guitarist > Nono....my oh my,
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15 days ago
Don
Looking forward to listening to 'em. Win or lose, tomorrow will see an end to my coaching as another volleyball season will be finished. After that, I'll be spending many hours marking term-end assignments and writing report cards. I'm gonna make it as enjoyable as possible by spinning a bunch of the suggestions that people have made here.
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15 days ago
Don
rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > My favourite Anvil song is an instrumental. > Unsurprisingly. ...LOL, so we're in agreement on Lips' vocals, eh?
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16 days ago
Don
LOVE that Legs Diamond album!!!!!!!!! Never heard Hellcats. I'll add 'em to the list of stuff to investigate. Thanks.
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16 days ago
Don
doggy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I might me doubling up with someone, but have you > heard of Anvil. ...Yeah, they're fellow Canucks. Musically, I always liked most of what I heard from them. But lead singer Lips had a really, really terrible voice, IMHO. (I consider him to be one of the worst in the genre). If they had hired a real vocalist
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16 days ago
Don
Trust and the Rods....I'll give 'em both a listen. Thanks, guys!!!
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17 days ago
Don
I keep forgetting that Warrior was simply called "Warrior" everywhere except for Canada. Here, for some reason, they were called "USA Warrior." I do have "Fighting for the Earth." Great album with amazing vocals. I also have the Fifth Angel, but I haven't spun it for a while. Hawk I've never heard. Thanks!!
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17 days ago
Don
LOL, Andy! Glad I'm not the only one who does stuff like this. :-)
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17 days ago
Don
Lots to investigate here. Thanks! I remember reading several of these names in Hit Parader back in the 80s too: Hellanbach (I think they were compared to Van Halen); EF Band (I always thought this was a strange name for a metal band); Witchfynde (always sounded very ominous to me). I have the Rail album on vinyl, and I think Reckless was a Canadian band (?), or am I thinking about a differe
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17 days ago
Don
wykkedsensation Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Don....What did you think after hearing UFO's > TWTWATI again? > I still believe it's one of the finest albums of > the genre. Just a fabulous Rock album. ...Yeah, I really like this album. To be honest, I really enjoy pretty much everything I've heard by this band. UFO was a completely unknow
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17 days ago
Don
I remember reading about Trance and Picture in Hit Parader magazine back in the '80s, but I've never heard either band. Thanks, Shade!
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17 days ago
Don
Yes, I am a rather big Saxon fan, but I haven't spun much by them in a while! Thanks.
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17 days ago
Don
I remember seeing a Cirith Ungol LP in the metal bin waaay back in the day, but I've never heard them. Thanks! Mercyful Fate I have heard, and, in addition to the whole satanist thing, I also can't handle King's voice. I have a couple compilation LPs from back in the '80s, and I was both horrified and amused at the ridiculousness of the vocals. Hard to take him seriously. My best friend
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17 days ago
Don
Priest is in my all-time top-3 favorite bands, but apart from 2 Omen tracks that I bought from iTUnes, the others you've listed will be new to me.
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17 days ago
Don
I have heard most of those, Figge, but not the Gary Moore, Blackfoot, or Demon albums.
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17 days ago
Don
Thanks to everyone for responding. I've heard quite a few that were listed, but as Steve said, it'll be enjoyable re-visiting those. Plus, there's also a lot that I haven't heard and I know that I'll have fun investigating those. Cheers!
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17 days ago
Don
I've been on a bit of an early '80s metal kick lately. It started with the first two Maiden albums. I realize that Maiden has been a pretty huge international act since early on, but for some reason, I really hadn't spent a lot of time with the Di'Aanno albums up until recently. After that, it was Saxon's "Strong Arm of the Law." Then I added Torch's s/t, Praying Mantis' "Time
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18 days ago
Don
garyt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Ok, thanks Jack. I've never heard of him before. ...Pretty catchy AOR, Gary. Worth checking out! Fire the Shot... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNustmOYmvI
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24 days ago
Don
"Space in Your Face" is a pretty decent album, but I've never heard anything else. correction: I forgot about their cover of "Not of This World" from Petra's "Never Say Dinosaur" tribute album.
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24 days ago
Don
I do have iTunes set as my default. But when it's closed, and I insert the CD, the computer presents me with other options in terms of what I want to do with the disc. Thank you!
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24 days ago
Don
Thanks guys. I got it to work!
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25 days ago
Don
Thanks guys, but no, nothing seems to happen, except that iTunes will recognize it each time and ask me if I want to download it.
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25 days ago
Don
Tragic loss of a truly remarkable riff-meister. What an incredible legacy he has left us! :-(
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25 days ago
Don
I know that this is probably going to sound ridiculous (and I'm gonna ask in advance that you excuse my ignorance) but I have to ask it anyway... Of all the enhanced CDs that I own, I don't think that I've ever utilized any of the bonus material that any of them have come with. I usually just rip 'em into my iTunes library, and this seems to just include the music on the CD. If I want to a
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5 weeks ago
Don
+1 Well said, Hollywood.
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5 weeks ago
Don
Thanks Tony!!!
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