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Warming up for tomorrow's Schenker Fest, Rock City Stockholm:

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Michael Schenker Fest - Resurrection

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Finnish Glam invasion.

 

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Aerosmith - Night In The Ruts

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Ted Nugent - Double Live Gonzo

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Aerosmith - Done With Mirrors

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Not a massive Scorpions fan.

Did World Wide Live and a bit more, but they never demanded my interest that much.

Right now I'm listening to Unbreakable and Humanity Hour I and I have to say they are pretty damn good.

Some catchy shit there - surprised me.

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25 minutes ago, CureTheSane said:

Right now I'm listening to Unbreakable and Humanity Hour I and I have to say they are pretty damn good.

Some catchy shit there - surprised me.

Desmond Child co-wrote tracks on Humanity Hour so it has a little different style.  You may enjoy Sting In the Tail as well which was the release after. 

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