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2 days ago
Don
Glad (and relieved) to hear that you are alright. You've been missed around here, but I understand being busy. It's report card time for me.
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2 days ago
Don
The post below on Heavy Bones inspired me to bring up Love/Hate. Their "Blackout in the Red Room" was an album that I only really discovered a few years back (and it happened to be around the same time that I discovered Heavy Bones). I was aware of both albums, but hadn't really bothered to truly give them a spin for some reason. Then, a few years back, I took the plunge and dicovere
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3 days ago
Don
I would love to hear your thoughts on it, Kauna!
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3 days ago
Don
Cool, Special K! And it's really good to see a post from you on here again. We've been wondering about you and hoping that you're doing alright.
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3 days ago
Don
It is, indeed, a fun, raucus album!
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4 days ago
Don
Bought it when it first came out. At the time, I really wasn't all that acquainted with UFO, and I don't think I really knew what to make of it. These days, I really enjoy it. Venus is probably my favorite track.
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4 days ago
Don
I somehow suspected that they'd probably sound good live. I've never checked out any of their live material, though.
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4 days ago
Don
I'd strongly recommend that you take a little time and check out Headhunter. It's a beast of an album. ...And if you like that one (I'd say there's a good chance you will), there's other stuff that might float your boat as well.
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4 days ago
Don
rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > One Vice At A Time is the AC/DC one. Headhunter is > the Priest one. The Blitz is the Leppard one. ...Oh, wow, I don't think I'd have made a connection between Headhunter and JP. I'm gonna need some time to wrap my head around that. The DL/Blitz connection does make some sense to me. Glossy hard rock done up i
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4 days ago
Don
I never made the Judas Priest or Def Leppard connection, Steve. Which songs/albums do you recon sound like those acts?
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4 days ago
Don
...is an act that doesn't get a lot of mentions around here. I'm just curious as to what folks think of 'em. Headhunter is probably their most respected album, although I seem to recall that there are a few folks around here who enjoy/appreciate some of their more radio-friendly albums (ie. The Blitz, Change of Address, etc.). What about their earlier stuff? Or how about their more recent/p
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4 days ago
Don
Really enjoy Pink Floyd, but struggle to get through even one Doors song. Not my cup of tea at all. Regarding the OP, I really enjoy the Police.
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4 days ago
Don
I saw it, and you're very, very welcome, my friend. The kudos were certainly well-deserved. Your post was spot-on.
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4 days ago
Don
Wishing a very happy one to everyone who celebrates it! Here in Canada, we celebrate it in October, so I appreciate the reminder, MMF. For me, y'all would certainly be counted among the many things I have to be thankful for in my life.
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5 days ago
Don
It was a big disappointment for me initially. I warmed to it a little, but it's still not one of my favorites.
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5 days ago
Don
Agree, Dave.
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6 days ago
Don
I haven't changed my mind from a few years back: "Boys in Heat is a big step forward from the debut - even in the lyrics department. That first album is utterly painful from a lyrical standpoint....humiliatingly bad. I don't usually say that about music. I mean, MHR music has never and will never be known for deep, thought-provoking lyrics, but IMHO that BF debut is an all-time low.&quo
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6 days ago
Don
Lol, Irwin. It's not just you. I have discovered that my tastes and opinions are fairly often contrary to others'.
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6 days ago
Don
Actually, Bit Down Hard featured a new vocalist and was a major leap forward for the band. They stopped trying to sound like Cinderella and focused on making a really solid MHR album. You spun it a few years back to investigate - not sure if you remember... https://www.melodicrock.com/phorum52/read.php?1,1095961,1096021#msg-1096021
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6 days ago
Don
Irwin, somehow this topic just seemed famililar, so I dug a little... https://www.melodicrock.com/phorum52/read.php?1,1095961,1095961#msg-1095961 It would seem that we do agree at times. Great album, and (for me) it's the deeper cuts that impress the most. Edit: I just saw that you actually meant Boys In Heat, lol! Not a bad album at all (miles above the debut), but BDH is the
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6 days ago
Don
There've been some good contributions to this query. I'm not sure that I'd agree with Y&T or Coney Hatch, though. In particular, I think Coney Hatch's "4" was well-received by many (most?) fans. Kind of like Loverboy's "Just Getting Started" was/is. I'd include April Wine, Unruly Child, Reckless Love, Ace Frehley, Def Leppard, Aldo Nova, Dokken, Lita Ford, and Aero
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7 days ago
Don
Absolutely!!!!
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9 days ago
Don
doggy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Dennis could be busy playing in Magnum ...bummer!
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9 days ago
Don
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > May it bounce along merrily to > Prism forevermore...T :-) ...Why T, you dawg, that may be the sweetest thing you've ever said to me! ;-P
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9 days ago
Don
Let me be clear, T.....my pee pee does not work for you. Never has, never will. Sorry buddy, but our friendship only goes so far.
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9 days ago
Don
Yeah, T, in the future, I'd really rather that you left my pee pee out of things, k???
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9 days ago
Don
Funniest post of the year goes to eptitaph_UK! "Sport of Kings," bwaaa haaa haaa!!!!!!!!!! Oh, and who you callin' Merican????
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10 days ago
Don
...then JMac's surely takes that award!!!!!
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10 days ago
Don
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Agree Mr. Don. All except that bit about Prism of > course. They're a Styx wind-up toy in caliber. T ...Wind-up toy??? You stupid f*cking moron! Talk about useless taste in music! What kind of a waste of skin are you? ... ;-P
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