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14 hours ago, Glen said:

takes one to know one ;)

So you know I know. 

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I will do a top 5 from each album in no particular order( all 3 are so good)
W.E.T.:
One Love
Running From The Heartache
I'll Be There
My Everything
If i Fall

Rise Up:
Walk Away
Learn To Live Again
What You Want
Shot
Still Unbroken

Earthrage:
Watch The Fire
Burn
Urgent
Dangerous
I don't Wanna Play That Game

So so hard!  Lol
 

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2 minutes ago, Y&TForever said:

^

You forgot Brothers In Arms!

I did say "So so hard" didn't I?   Lol

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29 minutes ago, The Rocker said:

I will do a top 5 from each album in no particular order( all 3 are so good)
W.E.T.:
One Love
Running From The Heartache
I'll Be There
My Everything
If i Fall

Rise Up:
Walk Away
Learn To Live Again
What You Want
Shot
Still Unbroken

Earthrage:
Watch The Fire
Burn
Urgent
Dangerous
I don't Wanna Play That Game

So so hard!  Lol
 

I always say your music should get you hard!

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I don't get 'What you want'

it's one of my least favs on Rise Up. 

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10 minutes ago, KarpetRydOFunk said:

I always say your music should get you hard!

Lol

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40 minutes ago, Glen said:

I don't get 'What you want'

it's one of my least favs on Rise Up. 

Really? I love it .  Top class AOR/Melodic Rock to me.

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1 hour ago, The Rocker said:

Really? I love it .  Top class AOR/Melodic Rock to me.

chorus is just a bit ordinary for me. not that massive high I associate with WET.

just plods along as well.

hey ho. 

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4 hours ago, The Rocker said:

I will do a top 5 from each album in no particular order( all 3 are so good)
W.E.T.:
One Love
Running From The Heartache
I'll Be There
My Everything
If i Fall

Rise Up:
Walk Away
Learn To Live Again
What You Want
Shot
Still Unbroken

Earthrage:
Watch The Fire
Burn
Urgent
Dangerous
I don't Wanna Play That Game

So so hard!  Lol
 

Hahaha, it's funny. This afternoon I was reading this topic again and I began to do also my top-10 W.E.T. tracks like Geoff and Glen... And was *impossible* to choose only 10! So I finished exactly like you (before I read your post, trust me!) doing a top-5 of each album; mine is a bit different though:

(in track number order)

W.E.T.
One Love
Brothers In Arms
Running From The Heartache
One Day At A Time
If I Fall

Rise Up
Walk Away
Learn To Live Again
Love Heals
Shot
Still Believe In Us

Earthrage
Watch The Fire
Kings On Thunder Road
Dangerous
Calling Out Your Name
The Burning Pain Of Love

So so hard indeed! Lol

 

By the way, here it's the bonus of Rise Up for all of you:

 

 

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15 minutes ago, mrbandwidth said:

Hahaha, it's funny. This afternoon I was reading this topic again and I began to do also my top-10 W.E.T. tracks like Geoff and Glen... And was *impossible* to choose only 10! So I finished exactly like you (before I read your post, trust me!) doing a top-5 of each album; mine is a bit different though:

(in track number order)

W.E.T.
One Love
Brothers In Arms
Running From The Heartache
One Day At A Time
If I Fall

Rise Up
Walk Away
Learn To Live Again
Love Heals
Shot
Still Believe In Us

Earthrage
Watch The Fire
Kings Of The Thunder Road
Dangerous
Calling Out Your Name
The Burning Pain Of Love

So so hard indeed! Lol

 

By the way, here it's the bonus of Rise Up for all of you:

 

 

Nice list, no wrong answer really.

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9 hours ago, mrbandwidth said:

Quoted For Truth. Thanks mate, yours also.

it's difficult cos in truth no one song rates beneath say 8/10.

Super consistent across all 3 albums 

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if I get a chance I might rate all 3 

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15 hours ago, mrbandwidth said:

Hahaha, it's funny. This afternoon I was reading this topic again and I began to do also my top-10 W.E.T. tracks like Geoff and Glen... And was *impossible* to choose only 10! So I finished exactly like you (before I read your post, trust me!) doing a top-5 of each album; mine is a bit different though:

(in track number order)

W.E.T.
One Love
Brothers In Arms
Running From The Heartache
One Day At A Time
If I Fall

Rise Up
Walk Away
Learn To Live Again
Love Heals
Shot
Still Believe In Us

Earthrage
Watch The Fire
Kings On Thunder Road
Dangerous
Calling Out Your Name
The Burning Pain Of Love

So so hard indeed! Lol

 

By the way, here it's the bonus of Rise Up for all of you:

 

 

Well that's a rather poor song. 

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4 hours ago, mrbandwidth said:

Yep, I agree, posted just for collection purposes.

I remember being shocked that a jap bonus was so weak. 

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2 hours ago, Glen said:

I remember being shocked that a jap bonus was so weak. 

But aren't most just unnecessary acoustic renditions?

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So I sat down and listened to all 3 W.E.T. albums in chronological order several times. Honestly, I think I rank them in reverse chronological order, with the new one being the best, Rise Up just being a notch below, and the S/T being a distant third.

All 3 are excellent though, but #2 and #3 just resonate more with me.

I'll have to do it again in several months though, once the "newness" and novelty of Earthrage has worn off, as that can have an impact.

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I really liked the videos from the new record and my CD came in close to 2 weeks ago...but I have yet to play it...haha!! So much going on...

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I think it's easy to predict, as of now, this and the new Judas Priest ranked the top for me

i love 'Dangerous', 'I Don't Wanna Play That Game', and 'Callling Out Your Name' so far - all in all still a consistent album as expected !!

Well i'm about to dig into Issa and Stryper now :D

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