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Dont forget Cher (yeah, more of a pop artist, but her 87-91 era was some pretty solid AOR).
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6 days ago
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Thought I'd bring back this topic. To some, this album is seen as the total nadir of hair metal exceess, while others see it as a hidden gem. As for me, while some of the histrionics do come off as kind of cheesy (though enjoyable in their own way), there's some good melodic rock stuff on there too (The Last Kiss, Only the Young, Wild Angels). But what's your opinion?
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5 weeks ago
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Stan Bush is contributing a new song "Running the Gauntlet" for the upcoming movie The Last Kumite. Here's the trailer (song snippet is at 2:12)
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2 months ago
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The entire first album plus Reach for the Sky? 13 songs sounds like a pretty big set for an opening act.
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4 months ago
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Save for Hard Skool, which had the classic GNR sound, I havent been a fan of any of these post-Chinese Democracy GNR songs (and I didnt think CD was all that bad to be honest).
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5 months ago
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well, I like Teen Spirit well enough, LOVE In Bloom and Breed, but as someone said earlier, Alice In Chains were superior (maybe someone should do a Spin or Bin for Dirt).
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5 months ago
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Surprised there isnt an Iron Maiden monopoly, they have enough songs with names and places (both real and fictional).
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6 months ago
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Kind of cheesy, but at least it's not in the vein of that Doomsday Party song, this is more what I expect when I listen to Dragonforce. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_Ln7VpB1c0
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7 months ago
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Judas Priest: Turbo-All Fired Up Skid Row: Slave to the Grind-Fire in the Hole (replace Psycho Love) Twisted Sister: Love is for Suckers-If Thats What You Want and I Will Win (replace I'm So Hot For You and I Want This Night to Last Forever) Dio: Sacred Heart-Hide in the Rainbow Warrant: DRFSR-Game of War (replace In the Sticks) Tesla: Psychotic Supper (US release)-Rock the Nation (replace T
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7 months ago
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Sounds like they're going for a Beast In Black type sound, only not nearly as entertaining.
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7 months ago
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We did potential album openers, now how about the songs that should have been the final track on the album. Since the last thread started with Tesla, might as well go back to them, What You Give should have been the final track on Psychotic Supper.
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7 months ago
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Some More Bryan Adams-Summer of 69 (Reckless) Badlands-Hard Driver (Self-titled) Aerosmith-Permanent Vacation (Permanent Vacation) Extreme-Play With Me (S/t) Foreigner-Urgent (4)
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7 months ago
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Figge Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > D.O.A. should've opened VH II. That would've been > a perfect start, instead of You're No Good. > > Can't think of any others, but I somewhat agree on > some already mentioned (Tesla, Def Leppard, Skid > Row). > > // Figge Personally, I would have had Beautiful Girls open that album, get
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7 months ago
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I was listening to Tesla's Mechanical Resonance a few days ago. Great album and all, but I dont think Ez Come Ez Go was the best choice to open the album with, I would have gone with Comin Atcha Live, which would have been a more direct way to open the album. Any other potential album openers that were put elsewhere?
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8 months ago
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This is a great traditional metal album, pretty much every song is a keeper: Guns For Hire: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2TkDinQsv4 Shadows of War: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vnsznBaSrJk&t=80s White Death: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dOviG1BpGw
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8 months ago
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rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I don’t hear a song at all. There’s nothing > there, just a lot of drum and triggered vocal > effects. Honestly, I have no idea why it’s on > the album. Just my own opinion of course. Try listening to the Single version which cuts out all the stuff in the middle. It works much better that way.
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8 months ago
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I thought the debut was pretty good, but this one just fell flat with me. More power to you if you liked it though.
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8 months ago
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What did everyone here think of Southgang? Yeah, at times they were kind of derivative of Poison and Warrant and the like, but I'm currently listening to Tainted Angel and it's a pretty good album for the genre. I think that goofy Tainted Angel single might have turned some people off, because they were much better than that, and Group Therapy was a incredible step up in quality. Of course, now t
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9 months ago
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Bryan Adams April Wine Firehouse Mr. Mister Sweet Krokus Millenium Lita Ford Prophet Helloween Pretty Maids Diving for Pearls I-Ten Saga Keel Hurricane LA Guns John Farham Night Ranger (toughest one for me) The Cult Fifth Angel Gun H.E.A.T. Steely Dan
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9 months ago
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Of the first two King Kobra albums, which one do you prefer? For me it has to be Ready to Strike, it's got a more metallic edge while still being highly melodic, while the second album is full of keyboards and full-on pop songs (though I do love Iron Eagle). But thats just my opinion as I've heard people claim that Thrill is the superior one.
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9 months ago
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You all know the ones, a song you enjoy a lot, but with a title that's either embarrasing or just questionable. Here's two candidates I've got: Playing with the Boys-Kenny Loggins Turd on the Run-Rolling Stones
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10 months ago
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Scorpions (Lovedrive, LAFS, Crazy World, Unbreakable, SITT, Rock Believer) Bon Jovi (Everything up through Keep the Faith, Crush, Bounce) Firehouse (S/T, Hold Your Fire, Prime Time) Danger Danger (s/t, Screw It) Dokken (First 4 albums)
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10 months ago
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The new Metal Church album, Congregation of Annihilation just dropped and it's probably their most aggressive album, good stuff IMO. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iU5hbSS3Bwo
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1 year ago
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https://consequence.net/2023/03/saliva-wayne-swinny-dead/
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1 year ago
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Glad they brought back the original logo.
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1 year ago
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Looks to just be a collection of Heavy Metal album covers.
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1 year ago
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I actually think On the 8th Day is one of the best songs on the album, surprised it never became a concert staple (I cant find any live footage of it).
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1 year ago
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I was worried he said something stupid on Twitter, this is harmless.
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1 year ago
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Unpopular decision, but if you want to take a dip in the Ripper Owens era, check out Jugulator, Bullet Train, and Burn in Hell (I so wish Halford would attempt this one someday).
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1 year ago
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I'm surprised they havent tried to jump onto the European Power Metal bandwagon. The first two albums pretty much were in that vein, so why not jump back in there and compete with the newer bands?
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