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Rough Cutt - A Collection For The Fans 1984 - 1986 {DVD-R}

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Alice Cooper - Live At Montreux

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Dave that Rough Cutt sounds pretty cool,what's it like?

 

I think it has just been taken off a VHS as some of the quality is pretty average.

It consists of:

 

ROCK PALACE HOLLYWOOD 1984

 

1 - Crank It Up

2 - Dreamin' Again

3 - Street Gang Livin'

4 - Try A Little Harder

 

SUPER ROCK TOKYO JAPAN 1985

 

1 - Black Widow

2 - Take Her

3 - Dreamin' Again

4 - Piece Of My Heart

 

PROMO VIDEOS

 

1 - Never Gonna' Die

2 - Piece Of My Heart

3 - You Wanna Be A Star

4 - Double Trouble

 

PHOTO GALLERY

 

Super Rock Tokyo Japan 1985 is good quality :tumbsup:

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Wrong thread. I spun some movies in my DVD player over the weekend.

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Not exactly HH material, but nevertheless AWESOME ... (!!!) :

 

 

David Foster & Friends - You're my Inspiration

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New York Dolls - All Dolled Up - old amateur achive footage of the band...great ... a little grainy in parts but still ace!

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Journey - Live In Manila

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Foreigner - Can't Slow Down

 

Really good dvd :guitbannana:

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Cheap Trick - Every Trick in the Book

Tom Cochrane and Red Rider - Trapeze

Crash Diet - Rest In Sleaze Tour 2005

 

Watched lots this evening

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Muse - Haarp

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Journey - Live In Manila

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House Of Lords - Hard In Rio II {2008}

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Arcangels - Live.......Love it and it comes with a half hour documentary of the band which is also great stuff :tumbsup:

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Heart - Dreamboat Annie Live....

 

Simply magic stuff and they certainly have assembled some brilliant musicians here to play with them !!!!!!

Absolutely smokin' covers of Zep's Black Dog and Misty Mountain Hop!!!!!!

Ann Wilson is without a doubt the female equivalent of Robert Plant and no one does his vocals better whether it be man or woman, than Ann Wilson.....Simply the Rock Godess :bowdown:

I think I'm going to have to get the Soundstage - Live DVD as well now......Shit they are good :tumbsup:

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Heart - Dreamboat Annie Live....

 

Simply magic stuff and they certainly have assembled some brilliant musicians here to play with them !!!!!!

Absolutely smokin' covers of Zep's Black Dog and Misty Mountain Hop!!!!!!

Ann Wilson is without a doubt the female equivalent of Robert Plant and no one does his vocals better whether it be man or woman, than Ann Wilson.....Simply the Rock Godess :bowdown:

I think I'm going to have to get the Soundstage - Live DVD as well now......Shit they are good :tumbsup:

 

I got the CD of this but haven't got around to getting the DVD as of yet. The soundtrack is excellent though and Ann Wilson never ceases to amaze me with her vocals, even now. Loved her on the 'Alive In Seattle' DVD - those vocals on 'Crazy On You' still give me goose bumps.

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