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1 year ago
adguy
Gotta add two to my list: Blue Oyster Cult - Imaginos Jef Scott - Ten Stories Stuart
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1 year ago
adguy
Totally agree with you on the Grand Prix and UFO albums. All the Chapman era records are strong.
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1 year ago
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Nice call on Q5. Love Steel The Light, but was always more partial to When The Mirror Cracks.
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1 year ago
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Nice call on Diamond Head's Canterbury. Almost picked that one but chose Borrowed Time instead.
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1 year ago
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Here are 10 that come to mind: Gerry Rafferty - Sleepwalking Gamma - 3 Uriah Heep - Abonimog Jefferson Starship - Freedom At Point Zero Illusion - I Like It Loud Planet P - Pink World UFO - No Place To Run Diamond Head - Borrowed Time Cheap Trick - Next Position Please MSG - Written In The Sand +1 LeRoux - UP Stuart
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1 year ago
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Nice call in Rainbow's Difficult To Cure. One of my all time favs.
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1 year ago
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That applies to me for two bands from the 80s that I still listen to from time to time .... Baron Rojo (Spanish) and Trust (French). Can't understand a word from either, but love the music nonetheless. Stuart
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1 year ago
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For me, it's the lyrics. They were ok for when I was 18, not so much now that I'm in my 50s.
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1 year ago
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My tolerance now is non-existent. For example, I used to love Slide It In by Whitesnake back in the day ... cheesy lyrics and all. Today, approximately 40 years later, it's unlistenable. Stuart
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1 year ago
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While I agree that Speranza was an incredible talent and Fire Down Under is a classic record, Rhett Forrester was a very good replacement. I remember being somewhat disappointed with Restless Breed when I first heard it, but it has grown on me over the years. Always loved Born In America. And Forrester had some pipes. Give a listen to a live version of Hard Lovin' Man (though the lyrics do mak
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1 year ago
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Top Five 1. 4 2. Agent Provocateur 3. Inside Information 4. Head Games 5. Unusual Heat
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1 year ago
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Like Peter who posted earlier, I prefer The Firm ... especially Mean Business. Despite being a big Coverdale / Whitesnake fan back in the day, nothing I heard from C/P did anything for me.
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1 year ago
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While I'm a fan of Ammonia Avenue (and some of those records that followed like Stereotomy and Gaudi), I usually reach for Turn Of A Friendly Card when I want to hear that Alan Parsons Project sound.
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1 year ago
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I'm also a big October Project fan. Discovered them back in the 90s when a coworker was playing the first album in the office. Play it and the second every so often. Never got a chance to see them live unfortunately. Stuart
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1 year ago
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1. AC/DC - Back In Black 2. Def Leppard - Pyromania 3. Van Halen - Van Halen 4. Rush - Moving Pictures 5. Scorpions - Blackout 6. Night Ranger - Midnight Madness 7. Survivor – Vital Signs
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1 year ago
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Tough question. Mine are probably: Honorable Mentions: MSG - Unforgiven tour, REO Speedwagon - Nine Lives your, early Eric Johnson tours (Tones and Ah Via Musicom) 5) UFO - Walk On Water tour 4) Toto - mid 2000s with Atlanta Symphony Orchestra 3) Blue Oyster Cult - Imaginos tour 2) Cheap Trick - Next Position Please tour 1) UFO - Wild Willing Innocent tour
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1 year ago
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Baron Rojo was one of my fav NWOBHM bands back in the day. Their first three - Larga Vida Al Rock N Roll, Volumen Brutal and Metalmorfosis - are all great records ... though they were more metal than melodic rock. Regardless, they're well worth checking out. Stuart
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1 year ago
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I used to love those first two Emmett solo records a lot back in the day. I revisited them recently and didn't find that they stood the test of time that well ... especially the second one. Stuart
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1 year ago
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I discovered Triumph in 1978 with the American release of the first album, which combined tunes from their first two Canadian albums. For the time, that album was jaw-dropping due to Emmett's guitar playing ... especially on the song Rock And Roll Machine. Have been a big fan of Triumph ever since. Favorite recordings are the first American release, Allied Forces, Sport Of Kings and Surveillan
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1 year ago
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I might be alone on this, but I thought Stand Your Ground was as good as - if not better than - the first record ... but I'm a big fan of both.
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1 year ago
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One of my all-time favorites was a "one and done" ... ... Riggs. Solid from first song to the last. Plus they had two songs on the Heavy Metal soundtrack. Why they weren't bigger is beyond me.
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1 year ago
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Great idea for a thread. For me, lyrics have a lot to do with whether or not I think an album sounds dated. For example, I used to be a huge Whitesnake fan. Now I cringe at most of their songs because of the lyrics.
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1 year ago
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It was easier than I thought it would be: Def Leppard Night Ranger Iron Maiden The Beatles Rush ELO Survivor Yes The Scorpions ACDC Triumph
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1 year ago
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Totally with you on the Paul Chapman albums with UFO. Wasn't as fond of Mechanix back in the day ... love it now. Wanted to list the Jefferson Starship records too, but I love Freedom and Modern Times way more than Winds Of Change and Nuclear Furniture.
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1 year ago
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Great question. Three in a row is so much easier to list than four. It narrows my list considerably to three: TOP PICK UFO: No Place To Run, Wild Willing & Innocent, Mechanix, Making Contact HONORABLE MENTIONS Michael Schenker Group: 1st, MSG, Assault Attack, Built To Destroy Rainbow: Down To Earth, Difficult To Cure, Straight Between The Eyes, Bent Out Of Shape Gerry Raffer
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1 year ago
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Two bands that came to mind are: UFO-vein -- I agree with a previous post that UFO are very unique. That said, a band that had a similar production quality and approach to the Chapman-era UFO (to my ears at least) was Gamma. I still play their first three records (I, II and III) frequently. AC/DC vein -- though not a huge AC/DC fan, I always thought Illusion was similar in their sound. Thei
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1 year ago
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Here are mine: 1. Animal Magnetism 2. Lovedrive 3. Love At First Sting 4. Blackout 5. In Trance
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1 year ago
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I remember picking up a record in the cut-out bin by the band Chopper. It was a late 70s release on Ariola records. Great melodic rock. Chopper s/t
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1 year ago
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1. VH 1 2. Fair Warning 3. VH 2 4. 1984 5. Women & Children First 1. 5150 2. Balance 3. OU812
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1 year ago
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That first album by Farrenheit is one of my all time favs. Lost In Loveland is a great opener and arguably the best track on the record.
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