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rattman
Highlander, top ten film of all time for me - love the soundtrack too. Hot Space has to be the weakest of their albums.
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7 weeks ago
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SurFan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Poor men wanna be rich, rich men wanna be king > And a king ain't satisfied till he rules > everything That would have been my choice, so I'll go with :- Maybe you were always beyond my reach and my heart was playing safe But was that love in your eye I saw or the reflection of mine?
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6 months ago
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UndercoverMan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > I can totally tell she's related to her sister. > Another insufferable twat. What's the sister's story?
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6 months ago
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Aussie Dave Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Always loved this band. Not really my scene, but > these guys stood out from the pack because their > songs were very very good. This is slightly darker > but no less impactful. Listened a few times and it > grows better with each listen. Initially was a > little underwhelmed as it's slightly dif
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7 months ago
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Lutty Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Couldn’t agree more. I do like newer Marillion > stuff but nothing touches the first 4. ^This^ For me, there was a magic about those first four albums (and Real To Reel) that they've never replicated since. There is some really good stuff on the Hogarth albums though.
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7 months ago
rattman
I couldn't access the site at all yesterday. I only use a PC with Firefox and got the "cannot access/connect to the site" message all day. It's been fine today though.
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7 months ago
rattman
Excellent album - 3rd on the list behind Out Of The Cellar & Invasion. Saw them on that tour too and they were fantastic. I remember them opening with Shame and then playing Lay It Down and then You're In Love - a great opening to the show.
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8 months ago
rattman
Bon Jovi vs On Through the Night - Bon Jovi 7800 Fahrenheit vs High'n'Dry - Def Leppard Slippery When Wet vs Pyromania - Def Leppard New Jersey vs Hysteria - Def Leppard Keep the Faith vs Adrenalize - Bon Jovi Bon Jovi 2 Def Leppard 3 Jon Bon Jovi vs Joe Elliott- Jon Bon Jovi. Richie Sambora vs Steve Clark, Pete Willis, Phil Collen - Richie Sambora. Alec Jon Such vs Rick Savage- Ri
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8 months ago
rattman
Same as Carl :- Too Fast for Love v Out of the Cellar - Ratt Shout at the Devil v Invasion of Your Privacy - Ratt Theatre of Pain v Dancing Undercover- Ratt Girls,Girls,Girls v Reach for the Sky - Ratt Dr.Feelgood v Detonator - Ratt Motley Crue 0 Ratt 5 (I do love Too Fast For Love & Shout At The Devil though) Neil v Pearcy - Pearcy Mars v DeMartini/Crosby- DeMartini/Crosby Si
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8 months ago
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Def Leppard V Motley Crue First Leg On Through The Night V Too Fast For Love - Motley Crue High N' Dry V Shout At The Devil - Def Leppard (love SATD too though) Pyromania V Theatre Of Pain - Def Leppard (the biggest mismatch ever - total classic v total turkey) Hysteria V Girls Girls Girls - Def Leppard Adrenalize V Dr Feelgood - Draw Slang V S/T - Draw (absolutely love both) Euphoria
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8 months ago
rattman
Journey for me, then Def Leppard. What about Bad Habit - Too Late The album it's from "Revolution" is really good.
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8 months ago
rattman
It was The Witchwood in Ashton-under-Lyne. I don't have the exact date but I have an XFM session somewhere that they recorded while they were over here that's dated May 2001. It was on a Friday too because I remember going to Maximes afterwards!
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9 months ago
rattman
If I really, really had to choose my favourite it would probably be Moving Pictures. I think their run from 2112 to Roll The Bones is almost unparalleled. My favourite period is the '70s stuff but I love the '80s stuff too. What a fantastic catalogue they have.
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1 year ago
rattman
Icon - Night Of The Crime White Sister - s/t Journey - Escape Night Ranger - Midnight Madness Foreigner - 4 Journey - Frontiers Survivor - Eye Of The Tiger Robin Beck - Trouble Or Nothin' Michael Bolton - Everybody’s Crazy Journey - Raised On Radio Mr Mister - Welcome To The Real World
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1 year ago
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fox-roxx Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > Produced by Kevin Dubrow Pretty sure I've still got the vinyl somewhere. Remember thinking it was ok at the time but nothing special. I have it in my head Frankie Sullivan produced it - could have it mixed up with something else though.
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1 year ago
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daveok Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The best Outfield song not by The Outfield > > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_tg0FWsSBA Really like that. Never heard of The Night Game before - very 80s isn't it. Nice live version of the same song here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhWTgnLpFiM
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1 year ago
rattman
Love & War for me - such a great album. Probably didn't help that they were on MCA. Poetic Justice & Psychoschizophrenia are excellent too - saw them on both those tours - fantastic.
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1 year ago
rattman
1. Def Leppard - Pyromania 2. Van Halen - Van Halen 3. Rush - Moving Pictures 4. Journey - Escape 5. Iron Maiden – Number Of The Beast 6. Queensryche – Operation: Mindcrime 7. AC/DC - Back In Black Tough call, love them all.
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1 year ago
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Ross S. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It's unfortunate that the "Orphan" Japan-only > album didn't get a wider release. Inclusion of > several really nice non-album tracks from the Roth > years makes it a crucial thing to find. Recofan > had a couple of them at the Shibuya location in > 2019. Any idea of the track list for
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1 year ago
rattman
I've just had a look, and I've still got the vinyl - don't think I've played it since 1985! It's on Heavy Metal America who issued the White Sister (amongst others) over here.
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1 year ago
rattman
Marillion - Cinderella Search
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1 year ago
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Red Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > First 4 for me...just never been able to warm to > the post-Fiah material. And yes, the Deluxe > Editions are lovely sets. Watched the Fugazi > Blu-ray over the weekend...cracking stuff . Was the documentary good? I really enjoyed the one on the Script Blu-ray - really well done. I agree, these Deluxe Editi
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1 year ago
rattman
Overture Let It Go Photograph Hysteria Stand Up (Kick Love into Motion) Fractured Love Where Does Love Go When It Dies Promises Torn To Shreds *Yeah - never heard it *Sparkle Lounge - never heard it Dangerous
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1 year ago
rattman
Love them. Bought the vinyl on release back in 1990. Jonathan Daniel wrote some great songs - talented guy.
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1 year ago
rattman
Eye Of The Tiger Premonition Vital Signs When Seconds Count Too Hot To Sleep
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1 year ago
rattman
1. Rage For Order 2. Operation: Mindcrime 3. Empire 4. The Warning 5. Promised Land
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1 year ago
rattman
One I just remembered that no one's mentioned was Vain opening for Skid Row in '89 - they were absolutely fantastic. Edit. And The Black Crowes opening for Dogs D'amour (I know) - also fantastic.
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1 year ago
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Tesla opening for Leppard '87 Saraya opening for FM '89 House Of Lords opening for Scorpions '89 Skid Row opening for Motley Crue '89 Hardline opening for Extreme '92 King's X opening for Anthrax '89 FM opening for Jovi '86
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1 year ago
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rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That’s what I hear from everyone who saw those > yours. Basically the support bands killed the > headliners…but I love it when bands take out > support acts that are capable of upstaging them. > > Having to follow Tesla must have been a big > challenge. Absolutely. And good on Leppard for
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1 year ago
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rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yeah, that Donny was fantastic there’s no other > word for it. > > Leppard and Tesla I was away on holiday abroad. > Extreme and Hardline though, to this day I still > have no idea why I didn’t go to that… The best Donington line-up for me. So many great bands and sadly I never got to see V
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