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At this point, I don't think these polls need any explaining. What's your favorite band whose name starts with "D"? Pretty simple, methinks.

 

Believe it or not, I cast my vote for Disciple. Probably not too many folks 'round here overly familiar with them (not exactly HH material), but they have some of the ballsiest, most slamming, in-yer-face Christian modern/nu-metal around and I love it.

 

So, now that Disciple has the only vote they're going to get, who do you like?

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Yeah, I chose the Leps as well, just past Danger Danger, and fair bit past D'Molls and Dirty Rhythm.

 

I know a LOT of people dislike the Leps past decade's worth of output (maybe save "Euphoria") and more haven't liked anything since either Pyromania or High 'N' Dry, but other than wanting them to rock out more (and not release cover albums), I've liked what Def Leppard have put out their entire careers.

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Of those listed - DIRTY LOOKS

 

With DIO and Dokken in 2nd and 3rd place....

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DIIIIII-O! DIIIIIII-O! DIIIIIIIIIIIII-O!!

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Went with D.A.D but really like the upincoming Dirty Penny

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Darkstar {The English NWOBHM Darkstar, not the Darkstar listed here on HH}

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Danger Danger by a pretty massive margin.

 

Dokken, Dalton and Def Leppard with a mention of Diving For Pearls and Dirty Penny would follow.

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Danger Danger followed by these,

 

 

1-Dirty Looks

2-Dokken

3-Def Leppard

4-Dirty Rhythm

5-Dare/Dalton

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Dream Theater (Keef's favorite!)

 

Yeah, SURE they're my favorite... for me to POOP on!!! :angry:

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For me it's Dokken even though they have lost me lately. I look for them to get back to basics with the new release. Honorable mention: Dio, Def Leppard, Defcon & D2.

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