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Nelson

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    Red Deer, AB
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    Classical Guitar<br /><br />Painting<br /><br />Advertising (print/T.V.)
  1. Really don't like his voice but I cannot deny that he had some really great tunes especially in the 80s. Like martinsane wrote (which is also one of my favorites) Steal Away The Night - how can you deny that. Also very interesting was his choice of guitarists. Randy was his best.
  2. As much as I love the studio recordings of Randy Rhoads, I'd still go with Tribute. Also love No Rest and Ultimate Sin. Although I love the playing of Brad Gillis on Speak of the Devil, I would have preferred hearing him play those Ozzy/Randy songs. But still killer guitars on Speak....
  3. Th That is true, Steve rules live, but when you take away Ratt's flashbombs you still have Warren. I think Warren is the most over-rated guitarist (well there's Joe Perry) in the hair metal genre. I prefer Robbin Crosby's solos in Dancing Undercover. I'd go with KIX. Did you like Detonator? That one (Detonator) is one of Ratt's album that I haven't heard. Last one I heard was the one with Carlos Cavaso. I think I've owned three CDs/tapes each of Ratt and Kix and those are what I base my comparison and choice.
  4. That is true, Steve rules live, but when you take away Ratt's flashbombs you still have Warren. I think Warren is the most over-rated guitarist (well there's Joe Perry) in the hair metal genre. I prefer Robbin Crosby's solos in Dancing Undercover. I'd go with KIX.
  5. LOVERBOY - Loverboy Classics - Their Greatest Hits THE CAST - Heavy
  6. I'm not sure if this RED BOX DVD/Video Games Rental is available in the U.S. but they're certainly in WalMarts here in Canada. Just a heads up - try typing in TRYME in the PROMO CODE when and see if you're going to get a free rental. That shows how cheap I am. The rental is just a dollar and seventy five and I'm still going for a free rental.
  7. Not a bad source. Not a bad source indeed. For the past several months, I haven't been to my favorite CD store in Calgary and nothing can be scored in our city's 3 CD stores. There had been some weeks of nothing but when good titles come up, I just made sure that I'm there.
  8. from my only source of CDs as of late - Value Village (a thrift store) BELLADONA - S/T
  9. KIX - Hot Wire ($2.00) I already forgot how good this is.
  10. As much as love Judas Priest, I didn't enjoy Point of Entry. I guess I would choose Blizzard and Mob Rules
  11. I would definitely listen to it once it's released. I still listen to Feel The Steel from time to time at work.
  12. They still hold up their appeal, for me at least. Just yesterday, I saw a cassette tape collection and it still looks good to me. Maybe because I grew up looking at vinyl and cassette tapes at record stores.
  13. from Value Village thrift store: Boulevard - S/T (1988) - $1.99
  14. Nelson

    Books

    I still haven't started this ILLUSTRATING ... because I'm still going through my THINKERTOYS - A Handbook of Creative-Thinking Techniques (Michael Michalko) and whenever I'm in the washroom - BANG YOUR HEAD The Rise and Fall of Heavy Metal (David Konow)
  15. Lady - Stryper Together As One - Stryper I played the heck out of that Together As One when I first heard it.
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