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Took me awhile, but I finally got around to it! Back by (un)popular demand are "the letter polls," and today's letter is "L." As always, write-ins welcome, because it's pretty much impossible to narrow down all the great "L" bands to just 20.

 

My vote goes to Lillian Axe. "Love & War" is simply a stunner of a hard rock album that still gets tons of spin-time in my stereo.

 

But enough about me...what about you?

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Lynyrd Skynyrd, Loverboy and Led Zeppelin from this little lot

 

Lynyrd Skynyrd get the vote (Just)

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Ouch... quite a few of my old school favorites in there. I considered Love/Hate and L.A. Guns but finally went with Loudness (or should I say "Roudness"?)

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Ouch... quite a few of my old school favorites in there. I considered Love/Hate and L.A. Guns but finally went with Loudness (or should I say "Roudness"?)

 

 

Yea Quite a few of My old school favs Here too Man... LIke You I considered Love/Hate, LA Guns and Roudness.. er I mean Loudness...

 

But, I decided to go with...

 

Lizzy Borden....

 

Not by much though..... :headbanger:

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Yeah, Lillian Axe definitely has the best catalogue here, imo. They got my vote.

 

Contenders were Lion, Lynch Mob, LA Guns and Paul Laine. Some great single albums from Love Life and Lancia too.

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Loud and Clear

 

:)

Oh man, I went into a wild panic to see how I'd possibly missed them on the list because they'd have my vote too...

 

But they weren't there. Good one, Mark. :P

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Loud and Clear

 

:)

Oh man, I went into a wild panic to see how I'd possibly missed them on the list because they'd have my vote too...

 

But they weren't there. Good one, Mark. :P

 

too bad, theyre mine. get stuffed.

 

Mark has never been one of the smrt ones around here has he...

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Loud and Clear

 

:)

Oh man, I went into a wild panic to see how I'd possibly missed them on the list because they'd have my vote too...

 

But they weren't there. Good one, Mark. :P

 

too bad, theyre mine. get stuffed.

 

Mark has never been one of the smrt ones around here has he...

Yeah, but as long as we pat him on the back every now and then and assure him he's special he's still okay in my book. Aren't you, Marky-Boo? Oh, yes you is!

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Now that was a very hard one. :unsure:

I went for :

 

1 - Led Zeppelin

2 - Lynyrd Skynyrd

3 - Lillian Axe

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Loud and Clear

 

:)

Oh man, I went into a wild panic to see how I'd possibly missed them on the list because they'd have my vote too...

 

But they weren't there. Good one, Mark. :P

 

too bad, theyre mine. get stuffed.

 

Mark has never been one of the smrt ones around here has he...

Yeah, but as long as we pat him on the back every now and then and assure him he's special he's still okay in my book. Aren't you, Marky-Boo? Oh, yes you is!

 

its time for a Mark appreciation post , mixed with a Loud and Clear appreciate post.

 

"they are good"

 

done.

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LILLIAN AXE... pretty easy to pick this one.

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Loud and Clear

 

:)

Oh man, I went into a wild panic to see how I'd possibly missed them on the list because they'd have my vote too...

 

But they weren't there. Good one, Mark. :P

Too bad, they're mine. Get stuffed.

Mark has never been one of the smrt ones around here has he...

Says the guy who apparently doesn't know that the word "smart" has an "a" in it... -_-

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Loud and Clear

 

:)

Oh man, I went into a wild panic to see how I'd possibly missed them on the list because they'd have my vote too...

 

But they weren't there. Good one, Mark. :P

Too bad, they're mine. Get stuffed.

Mark has never been one of the smrt ones around here has he...

Says the guy who apparently doesn't know that the word "smart" has an "a" in it... -_-

I almost thought he was trying to call you a smurf.

 

See how quickly I changed sides then? I'm like a chameleon. Except instead of changing colours I change sides. Like a chamele- yeah, nice pencil, Mark. You buy it yourself?

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Loud and Clear

 

:)

Oh man, I went into a wild panic to see how I'd possibly missed them on the list because they'd have my vote too...

 

But they weren't there. Good one, Mark. :P

Too bad, they're mine. Get stuffed.

Mark has never been one of the smrt ones around here has he...

Says the guy who apparently doesn't know that the word "smart" has an "a" in it... -_-

 

ba boom tish!

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