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Bon Jovi


Born To Be My Baby


Livin On A Prayer




Stone In Love

Separate Ways

Lovin You Is Easy


Black Sabbath (with Dio).........f impossible, but here goes.


Die Young

Neon Nights

Heaven & Hell


[but how can you leave out 'Turn Up The Night', 'Over & Over', 'Children Of The Sea' etc etc.....both magnificent albums]


Black Sabbath (with Ozzy)


Never Say Die


War Pigs

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Black Sabbath Extremely difficult, would probably change daily


Spiral Architect

Lord Of This World



Black Sabbath (with Dio)

Lonely Is The Word

Children Of The Sea

Heaven And Hell


Journey Extremely difficult, would probably change daily

Send Her My Love

Sweet And Simple

Mother Father

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BLACK SABBATH (w/ OZZY) ~ (top 3 songs)


1) Iron Man

2) Paranoid

3) War Pigs


Boring picks I know, but these are the first three songs I think of when I think of Black Sabbath v. 1

BLACK SABBATH (w/ DIO) ~ (top 3 songs)


1) Heaven & Hell

2) TV Crimes

3) The Mob Rules


JOURNEY ~ (top 3 songs)


1) Separate Ways

2) Stone In Love

3) Signs of Life


BON JOVI ~ (top 3 songs)


1) Roulette

2) Bad Medicine

3) Lie to Me




W.A.S.P. ~ (top 3 songs)


1) Forever Free

2) Inside The Electric Circus

3) I Wanna Be Somebody

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1) Into The Void

2) Children Of The Grave

3) Sweet Leaf




1) Mob Rules

2) Heaven And Hell

3) The Sign Of The Southern Cross




1) Be Good To Yourself

2) Separate Ways

3) Stoned In Love




1) She Don't Know Me

2) Tokyo Road

3) Raise Your Hands




1) Mean Man

2) 95 Nasty

3) Ballcrusher


What about Black Sabbath with Tony Martin??????

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Black Sabbath (w Ozzy)


1. Sabbath Bloody Sabbath

2. Symptom Of The Universe

3. Dirty Women

Black Sabbath (w Dio)


1. Die Young

2. Neon Knights

3. Turn Up The Night




1. Anyway You Want It

2. Escape

3. Ask The Lonely


Loads of others very close behind


Bon Jovi


1. Breakout

2. She Don't Know Me

3. Runaway





1. Wild Child

2. Inside The Electric Circus

3. I Wanna Be Somebody


Not a major fan to be honest

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'She Dont Know Me' is a great shout for BJ.


That and 'Come Back' would definitely be in my top 10 Jovi.

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BLACK SABBATH (w/ OZZY) ~ (top 3 songs)






BLACK SABBATH (w/ DIO) ~ (top 3 songs)






JOURNEY ~ (top 3 songs)



2)FEELING THAT WAY/ANYTIME (they always play them together on the radio)



BON JOVI ~ (top 3 songs)






W.A.S.P. ~ (top 3 songs)





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BLACK SABBATH (w/ OZZY) ~ (top 3 songs)

1)Symptom of the Universe

2)Children of the Grave



BLACK SABBATH (w/ DIO) ~ (top 3 songs)

1)Heaven&Hell :bowdown: (the greatest Metal song everrrrrrrrrrrrrr)

2)Die Young

3)Sign of the Southern Cross

I could go at least 20 songs on this one as it changes for me all the time.

I had to leave other favs like "I", "TV Crimes", "Voodoo", "Lonely is the Word", "Lady Evil" and many others out. :headbanger:


JOURNEY ~ (top 3 songs)

1)Stone in Love

2)Seperate Ways(Worlds Apart)

3)Mother, Father


BON JOVI ~ (top 3 songs)

1)Only Lonely

2)Never Say Goodbye

3)Born to be my Baby


W.A.S.P. ~ (top 3 songs)

1)The Idol

2)Forever Free

3)Blind in Texas

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Damn I really liked this thread so if LV KIX doesn't mind I would like to keep it going w/ 5 more bands...remember top 3 songs from each: :popcorn:



I kind of thought this thread was losing a little interest. But why not keep it going...? :party421:


We'll go with the 5 bands you listed... then I'll start posting more.


Don't think it's losing interest at all it just takes some a few days to repsond. Keep em coming Dave. :party421:

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1)Don't Stop Belivin'


3)Be Good To Yourself




1)You Give Love A Bad Name

2)Born To Be My Baby

3)Livin'On A Prayer/Bad Medecine

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BLACK SABBATH (w/ OZZY of course...)


Into the Void

Children of the Grave

Hand of Doom




You Give Love A Bad Name

You Give Love A Bad Name

You Give Love A Bad Name

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JOURNEY ~ (top 3 songs)


1) If he should break your heart

2) Never Walk Away

3) After the fall


(and 'Send her my love' is probably on par with number 3)


BON JOVI ~ (top 3 songs)


1) In these arms

2) Edge of a broken heart

3) Without love


(would chop and change with at least another 20 songs any day of the week)


W.A.S.P. ~ (top 3 songs)


1) Wild child

2) Hold on to my heart

3) Mean Man

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Bon Jovi Definitely a difficult one

1. Livin' On A Prayer

2. Born To Be My Baby

3. You Give Love A Bad Name



1. Don't Stop Believin'

2. Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)

3. Suzanne (love the bass on this one)

Just missed the cut: Open Arms, Who's Crying Now, Be Good To Yourself, Faithfully, Ask The Lonely

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