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Jacob M.

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  1. This is probably the last compilation I'll mention. Street Heroes 1992 on Wolfe Records. 1. Crash'n Hollywood- Network 2. Can't Stop- D.V.S. 3. Mechanikill- Machine 4. I Want to Tell Her- Hipshot 5. Back to Me- Faces In The Crowd 6. Run for Shelter- Witchunt 7. Dreams- Amsterdam 8. Easy Come Easy Go- Midnight Hero 9. Wings on the Prayer- Bittersweet 10. Set Me Free- Steel Justice 11. Howard Stern Song- Jim Adimaro 12. Never Be Lonely- Jim Adimaro 13. You'll Come Running- Jim Adimaro More artists I can't really find much information on. The only band I can confirm
  2. Speaking of Rick Springfield. YouTube played this as a commercial recently. A sequel I'm not sure we need.
  3. https://heavyharmonies.com/cgi-bin/glamcd.cgi?BandNum=236&CDName=Hollywood+Hairspray,+Vol.+5 This is another compilation I think deserves a closer look. The track Hold On to Your Dreams Tonight appears to only be on this compilation. From the band Gun Shy. It appears to be the same band that released After Dark. Such a monster track. In my opinion it is way better than anything on After Dark. Yet it remains largely forgotten. More people need to hear this track.
  4. I am not familiar with Zen Boy. That track is not bad. I wouldn't mind hearing more.
  5. In front of me is a compilation CD I purchased a long time ago. It's called Ten Of A Kind Presented By CMJ Entertainment from 1988. Most of the stuff on here doesn't seem to fit with Heavy Harmonies. There are a couple of tracks that I'm sure most of you could appreciate. Lablanc- Turn To Me. Which is pure AOR. Kid Crash- Contact. Which has a sleazy vibe. The Raging Fire track The Marrying Kind was enough for me to eventually track down a CD. I bought an alternative CD. Imagine that. It was a bit of a let down. The most interesting aspect is that none of these bands seem to have gone anywhere
  6. If I buy a Lynch Mob CD I think I will go with the original.
  7. I've noticed the same thing. Which is starting to worry me. We were working on something together and he kind of fell of the face of the earth.
  8. https://www.msn.com/en-us/foodanddrink/foodnews/covert-racism-and-white-privilege-are-perpetuated-in-grocery-stores-and-restaurants-every-day/ar-BB156cgS?ocid=spartanntp The kind of idiocy we have to deal with in the US.
  9. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8378969/Two-people-killed-unrest-Chicago-number-people-killed-protests-reaches-eleven.html The "peaceful protests" have led to more deaths.
  10. https://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2019/04/13/activists-black-cops-shooting-of-white-woman-treated-differently/ This, coincidentally enough, also happened in Minnesota.
  11. I had the idea (and I posted it here) that Steel Panther should do a Christian album. I'm sure that would be really good.
  12. Crashdiet- Chemical would definitely be a contender for being in my Top 10. That is a fantastic song.
  13. Would that be the worst thing in the world if I did?
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