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Sophomore Slump? Debut or #2? 1992 -- Part 1


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Babylon A.D. "S/T"

Bonham "Disregard Of Timekeeping"

Firehouse "S/T"

Giant "Last Of The Runaways"

Steelheart "S/T"

Trixter "S/T"

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Babylon A.D - S/T

Bonham - Disregard For Timekeeping

Firehouse - Hold Your Fire

Giant - Last Of The Runaways

Steelheart - S/T

Trixter :rofl2: - neither, but if I have to choose one then 'Hear'

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Babylon A.D - S/T

Bonham - Disregard For Timekeeping

Firehouse - Hold Your Fire

Giant - Last Of The Runaways

Steelheart - Tangled In Reins

Trixter - Hear

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Babylon A.D. - Babylon A.D ; A hard one as I like the 2nd disc, especially their best song - 'So savage the heart', but the debut is just a little more consistent.

 

Bonham - The Disregard Of Timekeeping ; I really wish I could have left this blank as I hate them both, but I guess this peice of shit was less of a peice of shit than the other peice of shit. I guess. :lol:

 

Firehouse - Firehouse ; both awesome, but this is better.

 

Giant - Time To Burn ; both awesome but I prefer this one.

 

Steelheart - Steelheart ; 2 more awesome discs, but this is easily the better, imo.

 

Trixter - Trixter ; weaker sound and both albums are excellent, but I just prefer the songs on this one. :)

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Im not voting cos I know f all about Bonham or Trixter.

 

But for the others -

 

Babylon AD - s/t

Firehouse - s/t

Giant - Time To Burn (just)

Steelheart - s/t

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How bad does the Firehouse s/t need to be remastered? I would spin it more if it didn't sound so bad. Both the Steelheart cds are great (don't forget Giant) as well. Nothing to say about Trixter.

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How bad does the Firehouse s/t need to be remastered? I would spin it more if it didn't sound so bad.

That disc sounds awesome! What do you not like about it?

:lol: Okay, I'm losing it here. Firehouse's debut and Trixter's 'Hear!' are two of the most well-produced albums from the early 90's. What is going on with you guys! :lol:

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Babylon AD- s/t

Bonham- Disregard Of Timekeeping

Firehouse- Hold Your Fire

Giant- Last Of The Runaways

Steelheart- Tangled In Reins

Trixter- Hear!

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How bad does the Firehouse s/t need to be remastered? I would spin it more if it didn't sound so bad.

That disc sounds awesome! What do you not like about it?

:lol: Okay, I'm losing it here. Firehouse's debut and Trixter's 'Hear!' are two of the most well-produced albums from the early 90's. What is going on with you guys! :lol:

 

 

 

Hear still sounds like donkey dick so I pretty much won't be changing my opinion there. Firehouse has perfect sound so I don't know why he doesn't like that one.

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How bad does the Firehouse s/t need to be remastered? I would spin it more if it didn't sound so bad.

That disc sounds awesome! What do you not like about it?

:lol: Okay, I'm losing it here. Firehouse's debut and Trixter's 'Hear!' are two of the most well-produced albums from the early 90's. What is going on with you guys! :lol:

 

 

 

Hear still sounds like donkey dick so I pretty much won't be changing my opinion there. Firehouse has perfect sound so I don't know why he doesn't like that one.

 

I won't get into further discussion about "Hear" but the debut from Firehouse still sounds excellent IMO thanks to David Prater's excellent production and Michael Foster's drumming on that disc still sounds Monsterous. :banger:

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How bad does the Firehouse s/t need to be remastered? I would spin it more if it didn't sound so bad.

That disc sounds awesome! What do you not like about it?

:lol: Okay, I'm losing it here. Firehouse's debut and Trixter's 'Hear!' are two of the most well-produced albums from the early 90's. What is going on with you guys! :lol:

 

 

 

Hear still sounds like donkey dick so I pretty much won't be changing my opinion there. Firehouse has perfect sound so I don't know why he doesn't like that one.

 

I won't get into further discussion about "Hear" but the debut from Firehouse still sounds excellent IMO thanks to David Prater's excellent production and Michael Foster's drumming on that disc still sounds Monsterous. :banger:

That and Treat's 'Organized Crime' are my favourite "drum albums" of all time.

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How bad does the Firehouse s/t need to be remastered? I would spin it more if it didn't sound so bad.

That disc sounds awesome! What do you not like about it?

:lol: Okay, I'm losing it here. Firehouse's debut and Trixter's 'Hear!' are two of the most well-produced albums from the early 90's. What is going on with you guys! :lol:

 

 

 

Hear still sounds like donkey dick so I pretty much won't be changing my opinion there. Firehouse has perfect sound so I don't know why he doesn't like that one.

 

I won't get into further discussion about "Hear" but the debut from Firehouse still sounds excellent IMO thanks to David Prater's excellent production and Michael Foster's drumming on that disc still sounds Monsterous. :banger:

That and Treat's 'Organized Crime' are my favourite "drum albums" of all time.

 

Kiss' "Creatures of the Night" is mine by a mile. Eric Carr was god like on that one. :headbanger:

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How bad does the Firehouse s/t need to be remastered? I would spin it more if it didn't sound so bad.

That disc sounds awesome! What do you not like about it?

:lol: Okay, I'm losing it here. Firehouse's debut and Trixter's 'Hear!' are two of the most well-produced albums from the early 90's. What is going on with you guys! :lol:

 

 

 

Hear still sounds like donkey dick so I pretty much won't be changing my opinion there. Firehouse has perfect sound so I don't know why he doesn't like that one.

 

I won't get into further discussion about "Hear" but the debut from Firehouse still sounds excellent IMO thanks to David Prater's excellent production and Michael Foster's drumming on that disc still sounds Monsterous. :banger:

That and Treat's 'Organized Crime' are my favourite "drum albums" of all time.

 

Kiss' "Creatures of the Night" is mine by a mile. Eric Carr was god like on that one. :headbanger:

OH I totally agree. Eric Carr's drums were like thunder on that one. Still to this day.....

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First 3 got to the debuts, last 3 go to the sophomores...

 

1. Babylon A.D.'s 2nd CD features "Redemption," my favorite B.A.D. song, but based on sheer consistency, I gave my vote to the debut.

 

2. Bonham = garbage. But if I have to choose one, it's "Disregard of Timekeeping."

 

3. Firehouse is one of my all-time favorite bands, so this was a tough choice, but ultimately, after much chin-rubbing, head-scratching, and ball-stroking, I went with the debut.

 

4. "Time to Burn" was a giant improvement over "Last of the Runaways."

 

5. My taste for Steelheart has waned over the years and I have since parted with both CDs, but before trading the discs, I made sure to burn a couple songs off "Tangled in Reins," whereas I didn't bother burning any songs off the self-titled album, so I think my choice is pretty obvious.

 

6. Trixer: "Hear" is awesome. The debut, aside from a great ballad ("Surrender") is just OK. No contest.

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