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2 days ago
d2cheer
Julian H Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'm usually more surprised by CDs I didn't know I > had! LOL yeah I have had that happen as well.
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2 days ago
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I can't listen to Britney Fox with Dizzy Dean on vocals anymore if that counts...it is like fingernails on a chalk board now for me.
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2 days ago
d2cheer
Form me it is Billy Idol's Rebel Yell! Probably know every song by heart on it but form some reason I never purchased it in any form. Same goes for Van Halen I and II. Everyone had them so I never needed to get it. lol
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2 days ago
d2cheer
One of THE best rock songs of that era for sure. Too bad it didn't get released as the first single. Kicks all sorts of ass. I really dig this CD and the remastered version is hard to beat got it when it was released. I first heard of them back when someone foolishly gave me the CD in 1995 because they didn't like it and were moving one to gruntshite. lol...
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8 days ago
d2cheer
Easily their best and the only one I still listen to. I can't take Dizzy Deans vocals anymore. They just sound like shit to me now.
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9 days ago
d2cheer
What a stupid topic. Bands get old, members leave. IF fans didn't support them they would not go on. Blame the fans I guess. Dumb ass people.
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9 days ago
d2cheer
They will never figure it out. People can claim anything none of it matters. BUT wait....someone found a tie. Yeah that is it.
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9 days ago
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I have not heard the new Nickelback yet other than the 2 songs released and like both. Feed the Machine I thought was a clear dud and the last time I saw them it was the same as some have mentioned way to many ballads and fucking around. So I have probably seen them for the last time That said Darkhorse still gets played all the time by me. I like them and will check the new one out and th
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5 weeks ago
d2cheer
I like both BUT there is one GREAT album between the both. Some fillers on each but I would go with 1ST as it introduced me to them.
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6 weeks ago
d2cheer
Mine should be here by the time I get home from work!!! Going to wear it out this weekend!
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5 months ago
d2cheer
Knock on Diamond Dave for his Eat'em and Smile release. Oh you ate one too??? Too bad for you now listen to some real music. LOL.
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5 months ago
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I thought here setlist was pretty solid IMHO...have not seen her for over 20 years.
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8 months ago
d2cheer
Lep Wins all
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8 months ago
d2cheer
In the USA that is for less than $25.
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9 months ago
d2cheer
Don't like either. Scorps should have looked back to Animal Mag. for inspiration.
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11 months ago
d2cheer
Did this ever come out on blu ray anywhere??? Just saw this on Youtube. Fantastic pro shot concert. Loved every second of it.
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11 months ago
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Marco Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The self-titled album with Corabi wasn't classic > Crüe, but it was a great Rock album! > > "Generation Swine" is a big piece of shite! That 100X Swine is shit from start to finish. It is weird how certain albums can be so polarizing however. Some like it others loath it. Me the latter.
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1 year ago
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Scott Watson Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I got lucky and managed to get all of the Jay > Ferguson albums on cd. All of them have great > songs on them. > > Here's on of my favorites. > > Jay Ferguson - Shake Down Cruise Yeah if you like Thunder Island this should fit the bill as well. Love this song!!!
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1 year ago
d2cheer
Yes, Motley Crue... The Opening bands of Hinder the Theory of a Deadman were way better and actually why we went. Left before the encore.
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1 year ago
d2cheer
K Very easy choice. Kiss Kix Krokus Knack Keel Just to name a few.
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1 year ago
d2cheer
1976 KISS Destroyer. I was never the same!! That opened my eyes to other music like them (rock); before I was listening to what my sister listened to.
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1 year ago
d2cheer
How I missed the Coney Hatch release is beyond me...ugh and of course now expensive. Some great ones in here. I forgot about several of them. Off to dig them out!!
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1 year ago
d2cheer
Ugh...was going to be very upset for a second. I just purchased the CD. LOL
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1 year ago
d2cheer
It is just OK not wowing me on the first listen.
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1 year ago
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Irwin m fletcher Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > nobycane Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > I lost respect for KISS many many years > ago...they > > are a joke. I feel for Tommy T. and Eric S. who > we > > all know are "hired guns" for this parody of > what > > use
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1 year ago
d2cheer
Gotta love it when people that were not there claim lip synching and try to tell the person who witnessed it that there was. LOL
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1 year ago
d2cheer
Sammy is more popular then they are why would be lower himself? No way it would have happened.
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