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I have both

 

Joker--Cool Deal

Joker--Ecstasy (Portugal)

 

But this evening I ran across this band of the same name. Both of the above are awesome cds, but I was just wondering if this one is good as well. I have never seen it before. And if it is good, is it worth the price tag its currently at.

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/Joker-Same-hyp-brasil-...=item3efae1f5a0

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I have both

 

Joker--Cool Deal

Joker--Ecstasy (Portugal)

 

But this evening I ran across this band of the same name. Both of the above are awesome cds, but I was just wondering if this one is good as well. I have never seen it before. And if it is good, is it worth the price tag its currently at.

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/Joker-Same-hyp-brasil-...=item3efae1f5a0

 

 

I have this one but not really that crazy about it. I think the good Joker was the one from Portugal.

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... and there were/are even more bands with that name also. Just as there are about 100 bands named LUST.

 

I think I have CDs from 4 different "Joker's" in my collection... the last being released just a year or 2 ago. I'm sure that just about every state had a band called JOKER. Another one there are 100's of would have to be JESTER.

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I have both

 

Joker--Cool Deal

Joker--Ecstasy (Portugal)

 

But this evening I ran across this band of the same name. Both of the above are awesome cds, but I was just wondering if this one is good as well. I have never seen it before. And if it is good, is it worth the price tag its currently at.

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/Joker-Same-hyp-brasil-...=item3efae1f5a0

 

 

That Joker is actually from Argentina if I am not mistaken that got a record deal in Brasil, perhaps Adriano our residente expert from Brasil can clear this up a bit more :beerbang:

 

IMHO, it's a pretty cool set of hair metal tunes. :beerbang:

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beware this seller:

http://cgi.ebay.com/Maniac-Same-look-out-h...=item3efa75c673

 

it is not original CD (original CD is never issued 2 in1).

It is russian bootleg

300 bucks for bootleg :blink::doh:

 

 

Are they all then? I was wondering about the whited out barcode in the Joker photo?

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This Joker self-titled cd was released in 1995 by the band themselves, they are from Brasil (Minas Gerais State), it´s unfortunately the only released by them. No more than 1000 copies were pressed, its totally out-of-print, very hard to find even here. The sound is an awesome blend of old Dokken meets Lynch Mob with some hints of Cinderella. I have a copy available for sale/trade if anyone is interested, my email is adboimel@uol.com.br.

 

http://www.heavyharmonies.com/cgi-bin/glam...mp;CDName=Joker

 

There is also an US band called Joker, they released one album in early/mid ninetees called "Fall and the Sleeper", very good stuff too, also mega rare.

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This Joker self-titled cd was released in 1995 by the band themselves, they are from Brasil (Minas Gerais State), it´s unfortunately the only released by them. No more than 1000 copies were pressed, its totally out-of-print, very hard to find even here. An awesome blend of old Dokken meets Lynch Mob with some hints of Cinderella. I have a copy available for sale/trade if anyone is interested.

 

http://www.heavyharmonies.com/cgi-bin/glam...mp;CDName=Joker

 

So how does yours compare visually to the one on auction?

 

ANd can I have your extra?

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This Joker self-titled cd was released in 1995 by the band themselves, they are from Brasil (Minas Gerais State), it´s unfortunately the only released by them. No more than 1000 copies were pressed, its totally out-of-print, very hard to find even here. An awesome blend of old Dokken meets Lynch Mob with some hints of Cinderella. I have a copy available for sale/trade if anyone is interested.

 

http://www.heavyharmonies.com/cgi-bin/glam...mp;CDName=Joker

 

So how does yours compare visually to the one on auction?

 

ANd can I have your extra?

 

send me your trade list to adboimel@uol.com.br

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