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Forgot to add The Kix discs. Have had these on my wants list for ages, but never got around to getting them. I managed to snag the entire back catologue (6 studio discs - not the live) for the princely sum of £20. Dave and Nick will be proud of me!!

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Blind Guardian-To many to list

Edguy-The entire catalog

Helloween-Walls of Jericho/Ep(remaster)

Accept-Breaker

Kix-s/t

Kix-Cool Kids

Dirty Looks-Turn of the Screw

Pyramaze-Legend of the Bone Carver

Stryper-Against the Law

The Codex-s/t

Judas Priest-Hell Bent for Leather(remaster)

Judas Priest-Point of Entry(remaster)

Judas Priest-Ram it Down(remaster)

Savatage-Power of the Night

 

There's like 30 million more but I can't think right now.

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Blind Guardian-To many to list

Edguy-The entire catalog

Helloween-Walls of Jericho/Ep(remaster)

Accept-Breaker

Kix-s/t

Kix-Cool Kids

Dirty Looks-Turn of the Screw

Pyramaze-Legend of the Bone Carver

Stryper-Against the Law

The Codex-s/t

Judas Priest-Hell Bent for Leather(remaster)

Judas Priest-Point of Entry(remaster)

Judas Priest-Ram it Down(remaster)

Savatage-Power of the Night

 

There's like 30 million more but I can't think right now.

 

Wes. nice list. good man.

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Blind Guardian-To many to list

Edguy-The entire catalog

Helloween-Walls of Jericho/Ep(remaster)

Accept-Breaker

Kix-s/t

Kix-Cool Kids

Dirty Looks-Turn of the Screw

Pyramaze-Legend of the Bone Carver

Stryper-Against the Law

The Codex-s/t

Judas Priest-Hell Bent for Leather(remaster)

Judas Priest-Point of Entry(remaster)

Judas Priest-Ram it Down(remaster)

Savatage-Power of the Night

 

There's like 30 million more but I can't think right now.

 

Wes. nice list. good man.

 

Thanks Matt but it'd be nicer if I owned all of those. :tumbsup:

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Blind Guardian-To many to list

Edguy-The entire catalog

Helloween-Walls of Jericho/Ep(remaster)

Accept-Breaker

Kix-s/t

Kix-Cool Kids

Dirty Looks-Turn of the Screw

Pyramaze-Legend of the Bone Carver

Stryper-Against the Law

The Codex-s/t

Judas Priest-Hell Bent for Leather(remaster)

Judas Priest-Point of Entry(remaster)

Judas Priest-Ram it Down(remaster)

Savatage-Power of the Night

 

There's like 30 million more but I can't think right now.

 

Wes. nice list. good man.

 

Thanks Matt but it'd be nicer if I owned all of those. :tumbsup:

 

I have a Blind Guardian disc and the singer's voice annoys the crap out of me, so you might want to keep that one in the back of your list to get IMO.

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Blind Guardian-To many to list

Edguy-The entire catalog

Helloween-Walls of Jericho/Ep(remaster)

Accept-Breaker

Kix-s/t

Kix-Cool Kids

Dirty Looks-Turn of the Screw

Pyramaze-Legend of the Bone Carver

Stryper-Against the Law

The Codex-s/t

Judas Priest-Hell Bent for Leather(remaster)

Judas Priest-Point of Entry(remaster)

Judas Priest-Ram it Down(remaster)

Savatage-Power of the Night

 

There's like 30 million more but I can't think right now.

 

Wes. nice list. good man.

 

Thanks Matt but it'd be nicer if I owned all of those. :tumbsup:

 

I have a Blind Guardian disc and the singer's voice annoys the crap out of me, so you might want to keep that one in the back of your list to get IMO.

 

I have about 4 Blind Guardian discs and I looooove Hansi Kurch's voice.

I also have both cds he did with Jon Schaffer from Iced Earth, Demons & Wizards.

I'll admit his voice is an acquired taste I guess but whatever reason I love it. :tumbsup:

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I've had several Blind Guardian CDs over the years, but the only disc that I've bothered to keep was SOMEWHERE FAR BEYOND (1992)... their recent stuff has been a little too "foo-foo" for me... <_<

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I've had several Blind Guardian CDs over the years, but the only disc that I've bothered to keep was SOMEWHERE FAR BEYOND (1992)... their recent stuff has been a little too "foo-foo" for me... <_<

 

I see what you mean but I still have liked the last 3.

I really liked the last one "A Twist in the Myth". :banger:

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I've had several Blind Guardian CDs over the years, but the only disc that I've bothered to keep was SOMEWHERE FAR BEYOND (1992)... their recent stuff has been a little too "foo-foo" for me... <_<

 

I see what you mean but I still have liked the last 3.

I really liked the last one "A Twist in the Myth". :banger:

 

I guess I've kinda gotten sick of the whole overblown symphonic/classical thing in power metal. I prefer more meat-and-potatoes kinda stuff... <_< At this point I greatly prefer Hansi Kursch in Demons & Wizards

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I've had several Blind Guardian CDs over the years, but the only disc that I've bothered to keep was SOMEWHERE FAR BEYOND (1992)... their recent stuff has been a little too "foo-foo" for me... <_<

 

I see what you mean but I still have liked the last 3.

I really liked the last one "A Twist in the Myth". :banger:

 

I guess I've kinda gotten sick of the whole overblown symphonic/classical thing in power metal. I prefer more meat-and-potatoes kinda stuff... <_< At this point I greatly prefer Hansi Kursch in Demons & Wizards

 

I felt like on some of the songs on A Twist in the Myth they returned to or at least came close to returning to an older BG sound, well at least closer than they did on the previous two albums.

 

We've had this discussion before about Demons and Wizards, but I loooove the debut but the follow up wasn't near as good for me even though I do like it.

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We've had this discussion before about Demons and Wizards, but I loooove the debut but the follow up wasn't near as good for me even though I do like it.

 

Oh yea, the D&W debut was a stone cold classic. The second one was good, but not as good.

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We've had this discussion before about Demons and Wizards, but I loooove the debut but the follow up wasn't near as good for me even though I do like it.

 

Oh yea, the D&W debut was a stone cold classic. The second one was good, but not as good.

 

Everytime I hear "Fidler on the Green" it still blows me away. :bowdown:

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We've had this discussion before about Demons and Wizards, but I loooove the debut but the follow up wasn't near as good for me even though I do like it.

 

Oh yea, the D&W debut was a stone cold classic. The second one was good, but not as good.

 

Everytime I hear "Fidler on the Green" it still blows me away. :bowdown:

 

I love that song, even though it makes me cry... and I'm being dead serious. That's a long story that I dont' want to get into right now though. :(

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We've had this discussion before about Demons and Wizards, but I loooove the debut but the follow up wasn't near as good for me even though I do like it.

 

Oh yea, the D&W debut was a stone cold classic. The second one was good, but not as good.

 

Everytime I hear "Fidler on the Green" it still blows me away. :bowdown:

 

I love that song, even though it makes me cry... and I'm being dead serious. That's a long story that I dont' want to get into right now though. :(

 

I don't know what your reasons are, and I'm never gonna ask you to tell me, but that is a very emotional song that just kills me everytime I hear it and it's done that to me since the first time I heard it. Hansi just owns on that song.

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What I need and what I`d like are the same :lol:

 

Heres a few I had on vinyl :crying:

 

Toronto - Lookin` For Trouble

Toronto - Head On

Toronto - Get It On Credit

Holly Woods & Toronto - Assault And Flattery

Le Roux - Louisianas Le Roux

Le Roux - Keep The Fire Burning

Le Roux - Last Safe Place

Little River Band - Diamantina Cocktail

Little River Band - After Hours

Little River Band - The Net

Little River Band - Playing To Win

Little River Band - No Reins

Little River Band - Monsoon

Little River Band - Get Lucky

 

Probably a load more I need and even more that I want :tumbsup:

 

Slowly starting to get through the list :tumbsup:

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Blind Guardian-To many to list

Edguy-The entire catalog

Helloween-Walls of Jericho/Ep(remaster)

Accept-Breaker

Kix-s/t

Kix-Cool Kids

Dirty Looks-Turn of the Screw

Pyramaze-Legend of the Bone Carver

Stryper-Against the Law

The Codex-s/t

Judas Priest-Hell Bent for Leather(remaster)

Judas Priest-Point of Entry(remaster)

Judas Priest-Ram it Down(remaster)

Savatage-Power of the Night

 

There's like 30 million more but I can't think right now.

 

UFO / MSG :tumbsup:

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Blind Guardian-To many to list

Edguy-The entire catalog

Helloween-Walls of Jericho/Ep(remaster)

Accept-Breaker

Kix-s/t

Kix-Cool Kids

Dirty Looks-Turn of the Screw

Pyramaze-Legend of the Bone Carver

Stryper-Against the Law

The Codex-s/t

Judas Priest-Hell Bent for Leather(remaster)

Judas Priest-Point of Entry(remaster)

Judas Priest-Ram it Down(remaster)

Savatage-Power of the Night

 

There's like 30 million more but I can't think right now.

 

UFO / MSG :tumbsup:

 

I just got UFO-Best of (74-83) yesterday. :tumbsup:

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Quite a few that are up and coming in the next few months:;

 

Angel - On Earth As It Is In Heaven

TKO - In Your Face

TKO - Let It Roll

Pat Travers - Radioactive

Pat Travers - Black Pearl

Pat Travers - Hot Shot

Newman - Decade

Honeymoon Suite - Clifton Hill

Bob Catley - Immortal

Crown Of Thorns - Faith

Russia - S/T

Force 10 - S/T

ZZ Top - Eliminator (Deluxe Edition)

AC/DC - Black Ice

Hey JEZ!

Where ya getting the PAT TRAVERS-BLACK PEARL from?

I've been waiting for that to be reissued for a loong time!!

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Blind Guardian-To many to list

Edguy-The entire catalog

Helloween-Walls of Jericho/Ep(remaster)

Accept-Breaker

Kix-s/t

Kix-Cool Kids

Dirty Looks-Turn of the Screw

Pyramaze-Legend of the Bone Carver

Stryper-Against the Law

The Codex-s/t

Judas Priest-Hell Bent for Leather(remaster)

Judas Priest-Point of Entry(remaster)

Judas Priest-Ram it Down(remaster)

Savatage-Power of the Night

 

There's like 30 million more but I can't think right now.

 

UFO / MSG :tumbsup:

 

I just got UFO-Best of (74-83) yesterday. :tumbsup:

 

I bet theres some great songs on this! :tumbsup:

 

Is this to get a feel for whether you want to buy some of their classic releases? :headbanger:

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Blind Guardian-To many to list

Edguy-The entire catalog

Helloween-Walls of Jericho/Ep(remaster)

Accept-Breaker

Kix-s/t

Kix-Cool Kids

Dirty Looks-Turn of the Screw

Pyramaze-Legend of the Bone Carver

Stryper-Against the Law

The Codex-s/t

Judas Priest-Hell Bent for Leather(remaster)

Judas Priest-Point of Entry(remaster)

Judas Priest-Ram it Down(remaster)

Savatage-Power of the Night

 

There's like 30 million more but I can't think right now.

 

UFO / MSG :tumbsup:

 

I just got UFO-Best of (74-83) yesterday. :tumbsup:

 

I bet theres some great songs on this! :tumbsup:

 

Is this to get a feel for whether you want to buy some of their classic releases? :headbanger:

 

Yeah. I want to get "Strangers in the Night" eventually.

Unfortuantely UFO cds aren't that easy to find over here.

Usually the only ones I ever see is a some cheap looking ten track best of.

The one I got just came out and has 18 tunes on it and good history in the booklet wrote by Geoff Barton.

I have a copy of their last one "The Monkey Puzzle" which is a solid album, but I've read that the one before "You are Here" is much better.

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Blind Guardian-To many to list

Edguy-The entire catalog

Helloween-Walls of Jericho/Ep(remaster)

Accept-Breaker

Kix-s/t

Kix-Cool Kids

Dirty Looks-Turn of the Screw

Pyramaze-Legend of the Bone Carver

Stryper-Against the Law

The Codex-s/t

Judas Priest-Hell Bent for Leather(remaster)

Judas Priest-Point of Entry(remaster)

Judas Priest-Ram it Down(remaster)

Savatage-Power of the Night

 

There's like 30 million more but I can't think right now.

 

UFO / MSG :tumbsup:

 

I just got UFO-Best of (74-83) yesterday. :tumbsup:

 

I bet theres some great songs on this! :tumbsup:

 

Is this to get a feel for whether you want to buy some of their classic releases? :headbanger:

 

Yeah. I want to get "Strangers in the Night" eventually.

Unfortuantely UFO cds aren't that easy to find over here.

Usually the only ones I ever see is a some cheap looking ten track best of.

The one I got just came out and has 18 tunes on it and good history in the booklet wrote by Geoff Barton.

I have a copy of their last one "The Monkey Puzzle" which is a solid album, but I've read that the one before "You are Here" is much better.

 

Once you`ve given the Best Of a good play, let me know you`re opinion on the songs, I`d be quite interested to know :tumbsup:

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Blind Guardian-To many to list

Edguy-The entire catalog

Helloween-Walls of Jericho/Ep(remaster)

Accept-Breaker

Kix-s/t

Kix-Cool Kids

Dirty Looks-Turn of the Screw

Pyramaze-Legend of the Bone Carver

Stryper-Against the Law

The Codex-s/t

Judas Priest-Hell Bent for Leather(remaster)

Judas Priest-Point of Entry(remaster)

Judas Priest-Ram it Down(remaster)

Savatage-Power of the Night

 

There's like 30 million more but I can't think right now.

 

UFO / MSG :tumbsup:

 

I just got UFO-Best of (74-83) yesterday. :tumbsup:

 

I bet theres some great songs on this! :tumbsup:

 

Is this to get a feel for whether you want to buy some of their classic releases? :headbanger:

 

Yeah. I want to get "Strangers in the Night" eventually.

Unfortuantely UFO cds aren't that easy to find over here.

Usually the only ones I ever see is a some cheap looking ten track best of.

The one I got just came out and has 18 tunes on it and good history in the booklet wrote by Geoff Barton.

I have a copy of their last one "The Monkey Puzzle" which is a solid album, but I've read that the one before "You are Here" is much better.

 

Once you`ve given the Best Of a good play, let me know you`re opinion on the songs, I`d be quite interested to know :tumbsup:

 

Well I already knew the 7 big hits I guess.

"Rock Botton", "Love to Love", "Natural Thing", "Too Hot to Handle", "Only you can Rock Me", "Doctor Doctor" and "Lights Out". Out of the songs that are new to me after the first spin I really like "We Belong to the Night", "When it's time to Rock", and "Lonely Heart". :tumbsup:

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