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17 days ago
tompatompa
My forbidden lover - Chic Who's that lady - Isley Brothers 20th century foxes - Angel Going back to my roots - Odyssey Nightline - Randy Crawford Fly Robin fly - Silver Convention Funkytown - Lipps Inc Sometimes - Brand New Heavies In alto mare - Loredana Berte
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24 days ago
tompatompa
Van Halen Judas Priest Scorpions Rush Journey Mötley Crüe Queensryche
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8 weeks ago
tompatompa
Give NEW MUSIK a listen. Their "Anywhere" from 1981 is pop/rock/synth masterpiece.
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8 weeks ago
tompatompa
Fantasy Girls is incredibly good guitardriven rock.
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2 months ago
tompatompa
Arsenal will surprise everybody. I hope.
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2 months ago
tompatompa
First gig was almost exactly 45 years ago; Budgie it was. The best gig so far was Swedish band GOAT (NOT Ghost) in 2016. They gave US one mesmerizing hour, no chatting with the audience, no encore. Just ONE intense hour where they gave their all.
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2 months ago
tompatompa
Mahogany Rush Angel Original Van Halen Original Kansas Cheap Trick Original Alice Cooper band Dirty Tricks Legs Diamond Starcastle Roadmaster Zon
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3 months ago
tompatompa
John Palumbo of Crack The Sky is a great lyricist.
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3 months ago
tompatompa
From the original line-up only Peter Gruen is alive. Many great songs on that list and MOVING is by far my favetrack of theirs.
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4 months ago
tompatompa
Very interesting. Some of my fave CT-songs mentioned; Hot Love, Downed, Way Of The World. You're All Talk is probably my no.1 from the In Color-album, though.
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4 months ago
tompatompa
First four Van Halen All albums by the original Kansas line-up (that's seven) First four Ultravox First four Kate Bush First four Cheap Trick Child Of The Novelty,Strange Universe, IV, World Anthem - Mahogany Rush Fly To The Rainbow, In Trance, Virgin Killer, Taken By Force - Scorpions
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4 months ago
tompatompa
How can this even be up for discussion? Of course, it's a classic! While we are used to guitarists and singers getting all the praise a very, VERY special mention must go out to the rhythm section. Great songs all the way through and a 70's record for the late (too hairsprayed,too FM-like) 80's. As solid as they come. Up there with the best. Yes, I love it!
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4 months ago
tompatompa
Dancin On Coals is my fave. Love the funkiness of Big Line and I'm In Love in particular. From Love After Death I would pick Feelin Nothing and Gonna Make You Feel Like.
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5 months ago
tompatompa
Top 5 Virgin Killer In Trance Lovedrive Fly To The Rainbow Blackout
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6 months ago
tompatompa
Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Some of my faves are: > > Bang, Tin House, Poobah, Armageddon, Ursa Major, > Nitzinger, Highway Robbery, Amulet, Granicus, Blue > Oyster Cult, Grand Funk, Bloodrock, Boomerang, > Bull Angus, Cactus, Bolder Damm, Golden Earring, A > Foot In Cold Water, Alamo, Ashbury, Bedlam, > Blackhorse, Bud
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6 months ago
tompatompa
Cry Of Love Vagabond Wild Horses (Robertson/Bain) Broken Home Girl Streets Rough Cutt Stone Fury
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6 months ago
tompatompa
Granicus Left End Jerusalem Armageddon
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6 months ago
tompatompa
Stained class Sad wings Sin after sin Killing machine British steel
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7 months ago
tompatompa
Don Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Over the past few weeks, there's been mention of > some great years in music. I know there have been > many, but a good number of my personal favorites > were released in 1976, along with a good number of > bonafide classics... > > Kiss – Destroyer > Kiss – Rock & Roll Over > Ju
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7 months ago
tompatompa
EVH, Pete Way, Neil Peart, Ronnie Montrose. And way, way back Keith Relf in 1976. Because of that I realized there would be no follow-up to the wonderful Armageddon-album from the year before.
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7 months ago
tompatompa
Many great albums released that year; Malice, Warrior, Illusion (Moses & BB of Mother's Finest) being my faves.
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9 months ago
tompatompa
When Guy Speranza was replaced by Rhett Forrester in Riot, Albert Bouchard leaving BÖC.
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9 months ago
tompatompa
Not into any of those, I'm afraid. "Dancin on coals' by Bang Tango and "Voodoo highway" by Badlands on the other hand...
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9 months ago
tompatompa
adolfo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > nobody except me has put ballads from 15 years to > today 8) And not that many from the 70's...when the most interesting music was made.
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9 months ago
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RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > All off the top of my head ... > > Judie Tzuke - I Could Feel You > Melissa Etheridge - I've Loved You Before > Diving For Pearls - New Moon > Giant - I'll See You In My Dreams > Giant - Love Welcome Home > Boston - Livin' For You > Journey - When You Love A Woman > Journey - It
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9 months ago
tompatompa
Dust In The Wind & Reason To Be - Kansas Is There Hope For Tomorrow - Trubrot What's Hidden There - Svanfridur Love Mistake - Heart Blinded By Science - Foreigner Lady Starlight - Scorpions Out Of The Blue - David Gilmour Words To Words - Max Webster Dearest Eloise - Stray
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9 months ago
tompatompa
I listen to other genres a lot more now but when I listen to what is supposed to be a hardrockalbum I want to hear hardrocksongs. Even if there are no surprises left in that genre nothing gets me going like a fastpaced guitarsolo. But the question in the topic reminds me how I used to hate the slowies Budgie used to put on their albums inbetween the heavy songs. Love them now, though.
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9 months ago
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Hustler Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I wonder to what extent opinions on this are > influenced by when someone first got into the > band? > > I was a HUGE fan from day one, I loved those first > 3 albums, as did everyone else I hung out with. > I’ll never forget when Infinity came out (this > was back when FM rock radio would
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9 months ago
tompatompa
The Perry-era is very good but the 1975-1977 period is the Journey I like the best.
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9 months ago
tompatompa
Rogue Male were of interest to me because former Dirty Tricks guitarist Johnny Fraser Binnie was in the band. Didn't help much, though.
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