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Harem Scarem for me. But the letter H is pretty damn impressive, lots of good bands. It's funny to see Helloween and Heart in the same category for a poll and both being at this time 1 & 2 in the rankings.

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HOL for me, but Harem Scarem comes VERY close.

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Wow, tough one indeed, I LOVE a lot of the bands there like Hurricane, Heavens Edge, HOL, House of Shakira, but I have to go with Hardcore Superstar. Their last two albums have KICKED MY ASS!!! :bowdown:

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I'm torn!! Hurricane or Harem Scarem?? Gotta go with Harem Scarem!! :bowdown:

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HELIX!!!

Great Live Band as well!!!! :bowdown:

They are tops on my list of bands I'd like to see live (along with Rockarma!)

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From the list I go with Harem Scarem. Their debut makes my top 20 alltime list. Love the band Heaven, too. Their video for Rock School always cracked me up with Allan Fryer's pant leg ripped from cuff to crotch. Classic!

 

Supplanting them both would be Honeymoon Suite. Surprised they weren't listed or at least mentioned yet.

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Heart gets my vote closely followed by Harem Scarem.

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House Of Lords followed by Hurricane and comin' on the outside edge is Hurricane :D

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It was a toss up between Harem Scarem and Hardline, but in the end I went with the band that really strengthened my love for this type of music - Hardline!

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