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Nightrain

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About Nightrain

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    87 Platinum Records and a Drug Addiction to Match
  • Birthday 08/06/1980

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    Male
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    Jakarta, Indonesia

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  • Favorite Band
    Guns N' Roses / Motley Crue
  • Favorite CD
    Appetite For / The Devil

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  1. Last statistics (16 Oct 20) : Old Ballads : 1572 songs Old Rock : 2035 songs New Ballads : 736 songs New Rock : 1237 songs Please feel free to follow and drop suggestions to add more songs to the playlists :)
  2. DREAMSTREET - Heartzone (86) is a nice little AOR gem, once reissued by Retrospect but sadly it's on CDR not silver pressed. Anyway, there are plenty songs to love here such as 'Fade Away', 'Power of Love', 'Heartzone', 'Money', and the ballad 'Face To Face' GRIM REAPER - Rock You To Hell (87) is a great classic heavy metal release and the vocal delivery is just sensational. I like the title track, 'Lust For Freedom', 'When Heaven Comes Down', 'Waysted Love', and 'I Want More' LEGACY - s/t (11) is a good Christian rock album released by Eonians and i like 'Forever In Your Arms', 'Liv
  3. JAMES CHRISTIAN - Meet The Man (04) is really a great album. I love the two ballads 'End of Time' and 'Surrender Your Love' and the other four uptempo tracks, 'Leave Well Enough Alone', 'Strong Enough', 'Know You In The Dark', and 'After The Love Has Gone' KEEL - s/t (87) is a good commercial album of KEEL and I think perhaps their most enjoyable release. I like the ballad 'Calm Before The Storm' and also the powerful and anthemic tracks such as 'United Nations', 'King of The Rock', 'I Said The Wrong Thing To The Right Girl', 'Don't Say You Love Me', and 'Fourth of July' KISSIN' DYNA
  4. Won't get over this ever Such a sad day indeed, the legend has gone but the music remains in our heart :(
  5. FASHION POLICE - Calling All The Shots (92) is pretty good forgotten gem, reissued by Sun City, the sound is quite similar to POISON and PRETTY BOY FLOYD. I like 3 songs here : 'Destination : Sunset Blvd', 'Days and Nights', and 'Alone/Together' FIERCE HEART - War of The World (2020) surprised me especially the first half which is really strong. IMHO. Sadly, it veers off to an average ending but I think songs like 'Lost Inside Your Love', 'Power To Rock', 'Out For Blood', and 'Built For Speed' deserved to be in the list. KEE OF HEARTS - st (17) still sounds great after 3 years and ma
  6. a fan of both albums so i'm looking forward to this
  7. I recall this being an average album with a killer guitarist after checking out GPAP, yup that's one great song indeed
  8. BROTHER FIRETRIBE - Feel The Burn (20) is still a nice follow-up and maybe a little bit too poppish this time but all (maybe most) tracks are enjoyable but somehow I get the strange feeling of getting enough of them and if they continue this trend, I don't think it's interesting anymore. Nevertheless, I like the first two singles and also 'Arianne', 'Bring On The Rain', and 'Ticking Away' DEEP PURPLE - Slaves and Masters (90) might not be a good album to the 70s fans but for me, I think it's pretty good and some tracks are great enough to be added such as 'Wicked Ways', 'Fire In The Basem
  9. update : 18 Sept 20 BONFIRE - Strike X (01) is a decent release in the new millennium. Definitely can't touch their peak years but I don't mind several songs such as 'Anytime You Cry', 'Damn You', 'Until The Last Goodbye', and 'Strike Back' DEGARMO & KEY - The Peldge (89) is not as strong as 'Street Light' but some tracks (mostly ballads) are pretty good such as : 'Hand In Hand', 'If God Is For Us', 'I'm Accepted', and 'Aliens & Strangers' DREAMER - Full Metal Racket (91) is a forgotten gem which reminds me of early ICON or DOKKEN. Love plenty of their songs here and too
  10. I don't know if you notice but i have been building a massive playlist and you can check out my Spotify playlist thread and perhaps you can follow and check out what I've been missing. One playlist can accommodate up to 10k songs and so far from 4 playlists, I managed to add around 4-5K songs I guess and will keep adding one by one I still keep around 1500+ CDs at home and there are still hundreds great albums that's not available so will slowly sell and downsize to maybe around 500 CDs. Intend to do that just for the sake of portability
  11. alright, will check out again those 3 tracks. Looks like the band dissolved now, yes ? Haven't heard a new album from them
  12. that's good to hear, after all, life is very short you know to break a friendship over ego or money. Hopefully they'll reunite and throw an album with a mix of the first three and I'll be a happy guy
  13. It's sad to see the bands that I love, especially the first three albums and many songs from their catalogues, turned like this. Hopefully one day Donnie and Chip will settle their disputes and make something like the old days, at least one album like what TREAT or RATT did with their return to form release
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