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  2. songs ok, not massive on the vocals
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  4. New song 'Play With Fire'.
  5. 'Ignition' out March 27 on AOR Heaven.
  6. Never have it straight out of the jar. Try a small amount on a slice of buttered toast.
  7. That's what my mom said! She had an Australian classmate and she brought a jar to school. My sister had me try some- it's very salty and not my favorite. But that's pretty cool!
  8. speaking about food and learning, I remember learning what a vegemite sandwich is from a Men at Work song, though not sure how valuable that is
  9. Barcode Brothers (Slave to Love).... I was obsessed with this one over a decade ago, Eurodance mixed with rock still kicks Infernal (Skanderborg 2017 smukfest festival)....rock, disco, bagpipes all in one, nice one from Lina and Paw
  10. I'd agree with Hardline others imo Jimmy Barnes - Freight Train Heart Darkness - Permission to Land Edguy - Rocketride MSG - s/t and you could almost say AC/DC - Back in Black (Half of Highway to Hell is perfection but the other half is weak so overall it's not a great release) Saxon - Wheels of Steel. (most other Saxon albums I only like a song or 2)
  11. the chorus of these songs is so damn good, San Remo Italian pop classics.... young Romina Power is nice on the eyes too Morandi/Tozzi/Ruggeri - Si Puo dare di piu Ricardo Fogli - Storie Di Tutti I Giorni Al Bano/Romina Power - Felicita Alan Sorrenti - Tu Sei L'Unica Donna Per Me
  12. Matt Webb ( ex- Marianas Trench) Joan : Matt Nathanson : My Little Dog China : Cherry Pools : Rihanna : David Archuleta : Richie Kotzen : Binocular : Kane Brown : nevermind the country type vocals. The choruses are simply awesome.
  13. the fact that people are putting livewire and wild side as their top 2 speaks volumes really. 2 very average tracks imo. prob 7.5 at best. Smoke the sky is ok but I thought you hated songs like that....with a non existent chorus. Great verse and then just chants the song title twice. Doesn't do it for me.
  14. Nick Heyward - I Love you Avenue..... Nick's foray into lite 80's AOR, nice song Nick Heyward - Warning Sign
  15. Yup. Not my thing. They changed their sound.
  16. The Crue, along with Kiss, Leppard and Maiden, got me into Hard Rock/Metal early on, so they will always be a sentimental favorite. I'd agree that they weren't the most talented band musically, although Tommy could hold his own. I'd also agree with Cure that after the S/T release with Corabi their later albums, while not bad, never quite reached the same level. And they may have been a bit more style over substance, but their influence on the melodic rock/glam rock scene in the mid-80's, especially in the U.S. shouldn't be dismissed. Here are my favorite Crue songs: Wild Side Live Wire Looks That Kill Girls, Girls, Girls Dr. Feelgood Too Young To Fall In Love Kickstart My Heart Piece of Your Action Home Sweet Home Shout At the Devil Smoke The Sky Red Hot On With The Show Misunderstood Dancing On Glass
  17. I think Motley lost a lot towards the end of their career. S/T with Corabi lost a lot of fans, simply because Vince wasn't there. Generation Swine was a little too different when it was released, and lost a lot more fans. Everything after than was pretty average. SOLA was good, but the best song for me, the title track, couldn't squeeze into my top 25. Then you hace Vince trying to sing. Nikki ceasing every oppotunity for publicity over stupid shit. Now the reunuion fiasco. In a lot of ways they killed their legacy for a lot of people. For me they generally evolved really well up to Dr Feelgood which was their peak. I love the Corabi album, and included it, but it's fairly removed from the rest of the material the band did. Hearing John talk about his exit was pretty disappointing. All this talk these bands have of being a 'gang' and 'brothers' etc is mostly a pile of crap. it was all business and arranged via mangers and lawyers. He wasn't all that pissed about it, I think he knew it was coming, as he said, he'd heard rumors etc
  18. And how novice of me to forget an even better one;
  19. I always just liked Motley Crue and it never seemed to matter that I actually agree they weren't really an amazing band, musically. But they did enough goodness to keep me interested. I love 'Girls Girls Girls' and think it's in my top 15, but 'Don't go away mad' I don't think would be anywhere near my top 50, maybe even more. Gotta say, doesn't do a thing for me at all. Kinda hate the chorus if I'm dead honest. One killer tune that hasn't been mentioned yet; Probably should have done my top 20 to include cool stuff like that.
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