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Just picked up.....

Great White-Burning House Of Love

BOO BOO!!!!! :tsk::doh::devil::bigboom:








Hollywood, CA (March 18th 2004) – The label Horizon–Italy has recently released an unapproved album titled “'Burning House of Love.” This album is not approved by GREAT WHITE. Rather the band condemns this release and asks all fans and friends to not purchase this album. They feel that the label is insensitive to the victims of the fire and are trying to capitalize on a tragic situation. This type of practice is called repackaging; Record Companies take previously released songs, put on a new cover with a new title.


The band and their Attorneys are working on stopping this release, as it is being sold under the GREAT WHITE name without GREAT WHITE'S permission. GREAT WHITE wants to apologize for any discomfort this may have caused, as they found out about this release much the same way as the fans – via the internet. It was of great shock to the GW camp.

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Just bought Y&T-"Unearthed Vol 1"on ebay...Really looking forward to getting that one :banger:

I think you'll like it. It's a good CD. Just heard they are starting on the second Unearthed CD.

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Just bought Y&T-"Unearthed Vol 1"on ebay...Really looking forward to getting that one :banger:

I think you'll like it. It's a good CD. Just heard they are starting on the second Unearthed CD.

Thanks for the info...I think Y&T are one band that never got its due...A TRUE rock n roll band :drink:

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Just bought Y&T-"Unearthed Vol 1"on ebay...Really looking forward to getting that one :banger:

I think you'll like it. It's a good CD. Just heard they are starting on the second Unearthed CD.

Thanks for the info...I think Y&T are one band that never got its due...A TRUE rock n roll band :drink:

You're right on that. They should have been way bigger than they were. Saw them in concert back on the Contagious tour and they were awesome!

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Rockhead - Rockhead




Michael Bolton - Everybody's Crazy (With a hell lot of scratches... :( )

is the cd worth it. the one video clip i saw from looked like it could be a nice little rock/aor album

If it's ROCHHEAD then it's blues based HardRock with splendid production + good vocals & musicianship...A little too predictable however..gets a bit boring in the long run I guess...Guest appearance by Richie Sambora by the way


MICHAEL BOLTON...Well, it's Michael Bolton, but from his "rockier" era...Bruce Kulick on guitar & Mark Mangold on keys...Good stuff. Very melodic & very "80s" - A good album without a doubt!

sorry, a little late on responding

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Today got:


Hanoi Rocks - Twelve Shots On The Rocks


New American Shame - S/T


and Leppardmania - Tribute to Def Leppard :banger:

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Hey Scandinavia, where did you get the Col. Parker cd. I have been after that cd for awhile , since I read an interveiw with them in old issue of Metal Edge.

Got it from GREAT DANE, who you'll find commenting on a lot of bands here on HeavyHarmonies...He had an extra copy...You can also find him on the message board over at: Rock Nation

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Yesterday I bought:


Alice Cooper - Welcome To My Nightmare


Foreigner - Unusual Heat


Aldo Nova - Blood On The Bricks


Saga - Behaviour


Boston - Walk On


Def Leppard - On Through The Night


Def Leppard - Historia (VHS)


UFO - You Are Here


Scorpions - Face The Heat

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Yesterday I picked up these most of them I have no idea what they even sound like but for the price :)


First stop Music Exchange I got all of these for $9.06


The Cages - Hometown

One Nation....Strong Enough

Mick Jones - S/T

Moist - Silver

The Prisoners - Getaway

The Broken Homes - Wing And A Prayer

Murder Inc. - S/T

Tonto Tonto - Mirror For The Blame

Skyfish - S/T

Mammoth - S/T

The Bloodhounds - S/T

Crisis Party - Rude Awakening

RTZ - Return To Zero

Shooting Gallery - S/T

Scorpions - Face The Heat

Ya Ya - II


Warpipes - Hole In The Heavens

The Poor - Who Cares

Bridge 2 Far - S/T

The Sighs - What Goes On


Second stop Recycled Sound both for $4.29


Xentrix - Dilute To Taste

Vicious Circle - Cryptic Void


Third stop CD Warehouse all three for $22.58


Deliverance - Weapons Of Our Warfare

Warren Demartini - Crazy Enough To Sing To You

Wrathchild America - 3-D


Last stop Vintage Stock all three for $17.18


Mercyful Fate - Don't Break The Oath

Survivor - Vital Signs

Accept - Balls To The Wall

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Got some nice ones this weekend:


(these were all new)

Nitro--II H.W.D.W.S.

U.D.O.--Animal House

U.D.O.--Faceless World

TNT--My Religion

Tesla--Into The Now


(these were all between $2 and $5 each)

Hericane Alice--Tear The House Down

Galactic Cowboys--Space In Your Face

Nelson--Because They Can

Aldo Nova--Aldo Nova

Ugly Kid Joe--Menace To Sobriety

The Joe Perry Project--Let The Music Do The Talking

The Joe Perry Project--I've Got The Rock 'N' Rolls Again

Brother Cane--Brother Cane

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Warren Demartini - Crazy Enough To Sing To You


I believe this CD is already out of print released in 1996 and may have been released in Japan only. The last couple on eBay went for $21 & $23.

Found one! $22.50 w/shipping! One more of the million things I'm waiting on to get here now.

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Let's see, what goodies did I pick up in the last week:


Billionaires Boys Club - Something Wicked Comes

Damned Nation - Road of Desire

Shout - S/T

Barracuda - Keep Me in Your Heart

Wilder - Violent Passions

Arabia - 1001 Nights



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Just came back from the final hockey game of the year (but just had to stop somewhere since I was in Pittsburgh!) Picked up:


Hanoi Rocks - All Those Wasted Years: Live At The Marquee

Gary Hoey - Animal Instinct

Dee Snider - Never Let The Bastards Wear You Down

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Hanoi Rocks - All Those Wasted Years:  Live At The Marquee

That's a great LIVE CD! I think it would be great for a party, don't you think? Bye the way, thanks for the message.


This morning, I bought on Amazon.com:


Y & T - Unearthed Volume 1



Placed bids on Ebay on:


Jaded Heart - Mystery Eyes

Snakeryder - D.O.A.

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:headbanger: Wooohooooo!!!! GREAT day here!!


HELIX - Deep Cuts


Living Colour - Vivid


The Black Crowes - Lions


*ugh* and Warrant - Cherry Pie - All The Hitz 'N' More


Nothing like some "new" music to put me in a better mood!!! :P:banger:

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