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I know this guy is not someone who's music generally would be considered HH-suitable, but his "I'm No Hero" album from 1980 is actually very good westcoast/Lite AOR. "Rock Connection" from 1984 also has a few classic AOR tunes like "

" and "Heart User"... now my question is undoubtely if I could submit these 2 discs to the database? Comments/opinions?
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Splutter Splutter splutter.... Fuck I nearly choked on my coffee. :puke:

 

Whoever mentioned 'The Talentless Twat' Please don't ever again. This 'person' is evil personified, the spawn of the devil.

 

 

Fuck Sir Cliff and all who 'sail' in him (on a regular basis).

 

DON'T DO IT, PLEASE DON'T!

 

 

I guess that's a NO then :D

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Splutter Splutter splutter.... Fuck I nearly choked on my coffee. :puke:

 

Whoever mentioned 'The Talentless Twat' Please don't ever again. This 'person' is evil personified, the spawn of the devil.

 

 

Fuck Sir Cliff and all who 'sail' in him (on a regular basis).

 

DON'T DO IT, PLEASE DON'T!

 

 

I guess that's a NO then :D

 

 

 

i am sorry Jez can't speak his mind and make his opinion known. :nyanya:

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Betcha you'd see Bathory, G.G. Allin, or Skrewdriver on H.H. before Cliff Richard... :lol:

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With Bryan Adams and Richard Marx, the hh community is divided. But with Cliff Richards, this one, the whole community definitely united in saying No.

 

I certainly understand the views of the people on this board. And to be honest, his "Rock Connection" album is mostly crap and not HH-material, despite a few AOR gems.

 

But fact remains that the "I'm No Hero" album is, as a whole album, definitely HH suitable. Great westcoast-ish stuff, recommended to all fans of the genre. And I'm not joking :)

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I really thought this was a joke thread... :unsure:

 

Me too...

 

I wonder if may Cliff does belong on Heavy Harmonies...? This just seemed to random not to be a joke.

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Oh dude... dude. I swore this was a joke.

 

HA!

 

That is exactly what I was thinking when I saw the thread.....

I thought our mate Jez was being set up big time again for another round of severe piss taking with his idol Cliff :rofl2:

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Ummm... I do have serious Cliff Richards question... :anon:

 

Is he still alive...?

 

~ Not really sure why I even wanna know this ~

 

Also...while on the subject of Cliff Richards... Do any of you suppose there is a forum that holds Cliff Richards in such high regard that we do here with Eric Brittingham? I mean...could there be a site that worships Cliff as we do Eric...?

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Ummm... I do have serious Cliff Richards question... :anon:

 

Is he still alive...?

 

~ Not really sure why I even wanna know this ~

 

Also...while on the subject of Cliff Richards... Do any of you suppose there is a forum that holds Cliff Richards in such high regard that we do here with Eric Brittingham? I mean...could there be a site that worships Cliff as we do Eric...?

 

And Jason smiled.

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I know this guy is not someone who's music generally would be considered HH-suitable, but his "I'm No Hero" album from 1980 is actually very good westcoast/Lite AOR. "Rock Connection" from 1984 also has a few classic AOR tunes like "
" and "Heart User"... now my question is undoubtely if I could submit these 2 discs to the database? Comments/opinions?

 

I actually thought Cliff put out a few solid AORish pop albums during the 80's.

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I know this guy is not someone who's music generally would be considered HH-suitable, but his "I'm No Hero" album from 1980 is actually very good westcoast/Lite AOR. "Rock Connection" from 1984 also has a few classic AOR tunes like "
" and "Heart User"... now my question is undoubtely if I could submit these 2 discs to the database? Comments/opinions?

 

I actually thought Cliff put out a few solid AORish pop albums during the 80's.

 

That might be true as I've just heard these two discs. If they are anything like "I'm No Hero" I would certainly like to get my hands on them.

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