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Give some of your picks that make you just want to grab a cold one or mix up a stiff one. Hell, some albums just me thirsty by hearing them. First pick of many:

 

Def Lep: High N' Dry

 

Listened to it last night while drinking a few.

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Give some of your picks that make you just want to grab a cold one or mix up a stiff one. Hell, some albums just me thirsty by hearing them. First pick of many:

 

Def Lep: High N' Dry

 

Listened to it last night while drinking a few.

 

High N' Dry was the first cd that came to mind when I saw this thread. :banger:

Of course I used to love partying with Pantera providing the soundtrack. :headbanger:

GNR Appetite, anything by AC/DC, 70's Kiss, Cinderella, Van Halen, Sammy Hagar, Motley Crue.

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Any Bon Scott-era AC/DC album.

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Ratt- Out of the Cellar

Hells yeah to that one!

 

Some other favs of mine...

 

AC/DC - Fly On The Wall

Kix - Blow My Fuse

The Baddest of George Thorogood and The Destroyers

Motley Crue - Girls Girls Girls

Over 60 Minutes With Helix

Great White - Twice Shy

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Everyone I own :drink::lol:

 

Amen Brother Dave.

 

The first four :bowdown: Bad Company albums and Riverdogs :bowdown: "Absolutely Live" are good ones to sink a few coldies over :chug::chug::chug::chug::chug:

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Everyone I own :drink::lol:

 

Amen Brother Dave.

 

The first four :bowdown: Bad Company albums and Riverdogs :bowdown: "Absolutely Live" are good ones to sink a few coldies over :chug::chug::chug::chug::chug:

 

I love old Bad Company. I swear I find myself drinking to Desolation Angels more than any other B.C. album. Don't know why, just works out that way.

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I don't believe I've ever sat down with an album and a beer...s.

Actually, the night I came home from backpacking Europe I had a friend over and he brought his friend (a six pack of Wildcat), and I exposed him to some good tunes. I think it was mainly Electric Boys and Black 'N Blue.

I have to agree, some of the best bands for this topic would have to be ACDC, Kix, Cinderella, but most albums would fit. IMO, which is all that matters, right?

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I don't believe I've ever sat down with an album and a beer...s.

Actually, the night I came home from backpacking Europe I had a friend over and he brought his friend (a six pack of Wildcat), and I exposed him to something. I think it was manly...

 

Brokeback Mountain part 2!! ;)

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I don't believe I've ever sat down with an album and a beer...s.

Actually, the night I came home from backpacking Europe I had a friend over and he brought his friend (a six pack of Wildcat), and I exposed him to something. I think it was manly...

 

Brokeback Mountain part 2!! ;)

 

Aren't you hilarious.

Why don't you drink a pint of bleach next time you put an album on?

:fu:

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I don't believe I've ever sat down with an album and a beer...s.

Actually, the night I came home from backpacking Europe I had a friend over and he brought his friend (a six pack of Wildcat), and I exposed him to something. I think it was manly...

 

Brokeback Mountain part 2!! ;)

 

Aren't you hilarious.

Why don't you drink a pint of bleach next time you put an album on?

:fu:

 

I keep telling you child - I drink bleach for a living! .

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My youngest brother has had dark brown hair all his life. He's been living up the coast, almost literally on the beach, for about 6 months now and when I saw him two weeks ago I noticed a lot of blonde in his hair. One needn't comsume bleach via the mouth for it to take effect.

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