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1 hour ago, KarpetRydOFunk said:

What if they're from the 90's?

 

Ok, 70s-90s I guess it's just easier to say 80s although I guess it doesn't make a whole lot of sense! :kiss:

🤪 70s, 80s, & 90s; ) 

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Harem Scarem

Blue Tears

Kane Roberts

Treat

Bonfire

Masquerade

Fate

Vain

Danger Danger

Roxus

Bangalore Choir

White Sister

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  - Many were one-album wonders, but some of my faves. 

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Def Leppard

Tesla

Hurricane

Sleeze Beez

Bonfire

Treat

Giant

Icon

Dokken

Sweet F.A

Bonham

Lillian Axe

Motley Crue

Impossible for me to name just 5 so these are just a few that come to mind...there are many many many more as Commandant  Lassard would say :)

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3 hours ago, Geoff said:

Harem Scarem

Blue Tears

Kane Roberts

Treat

Bonfire

Masquerade

Fate

Vain

Danger Danger

Roxus

Bangalore Choir

White Sister

Aviator

 

  - Many were one-album wonders, but some of my faves. 

Harem Scarem are at the top of my list, too. An 80's band from the 90's. Hence why I made my initial comment. 

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24 minutes ago, KarpetRydOFunk said:

Harem Scarem are at the top of my list, too. An 80's band from the 90's. Hence why I made my initial comment. 

Oh ok😉

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5 hours ago, PetraGirl86 said:

Out of the ones listed I agree that 

Def Leppard 

Hurricane 

Dokken 

Europe 

Mötley Crüe 

and Journey 

are all great bands!   :drink:

I recommend you check out the others listed if you can   :)

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1 hour ago, PetraGirl86 said:

Alright, I have so many bands to check out though 😅😋

That's what youtube's for :) or you'll get the info you need from the main HH site.

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I know,  it just takes time & I'm lazy :rolleyes::P I'll get around to it my playlist on Spotify already has 1,245+  songs so I'll congratulate myself on that, but you can't really have too much music 😄

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9 minutes ago, PetraGirl86 said:

I know,  it just takes time & I'm lazy :rolleyes::P I'll get around to it my playlist on Spotify already has 1,245+  songs so I'll congratulate myself on that, but you can't really have too much music 😄

Yeah, Spotify is OK. There is a lot from our genre that Spotify doesn't have, though. 

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Actually, there's just a lot of stuff I'd like Spotify to have that it doesn't, in general. It has a good deal of stuff, but I am missing things like some Whitecross albums, :(

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10+ great albums: Katatonia, Fates Warning, Dream Theater, Pretty Maids, Helloween, Rage, Yngwie

6 - 9 great albums: Candlemass, Danger Danger, Death, Genesis, Harem Scarem, Ozzy, Leprous,  Pain Of Salvation, Riot, Saint Vitus,  Savatage, Solitude Aeturnus,  The Lord Weird Slough Feg,  Voivod.

 

Will revisit and edit this quite often. 

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I'll stick with 80's bands.


I'd have to go with

Twisted Sister
Kiss
Bon Jovi
Iron Maiden
Van Hagar

These were the bands I'd be desperate for new music from.
Obviously many other bands around taht could make a longer list

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1 hour ago, CureTheSane said:

I'll stick with 80's bands.


I'd have to go with

Twisted Sister
Kiss
Bon Jovi
Iron Maiden
Van Hagar

These were the bands I'd be desperate for new music from.
Obviously many other bands around taht could make a longer list

Not a fan of Van Hagar, and I know very little of TS but I think they're perty good- I like the rest 😄

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I'm adding my list, because I've expanded a bit 

1 Petra

2 New Order

3 INXS

4 Depeche Mode 

5 Tears for Fears 

6 Def Leppard/Billy Idol

7 U2

8 WhiteHeart

9 Duran Duran

10 The Beatles 

Not in any specific order, and it's a bit hard to choose, but I did my best. 

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3 hours ago, PetraGirl86 said:

I'm adding my list, because I've expanded a bit 

1 Petra

2 New Order

3 INXS

4 Depeche Mode 

5 Tears for Fears 

6 Def Leppard/Billy Idol

7 U2

8 WhiteHeart

9 Duran Duran

10 The Beatles 

Not in any specific order, and it's a bit hard to choose, but I did my best. 

That list isn't helping to dispel the suspicions mate. ;)

 

 

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36 minutes ago, Darkstone said:

That list isn't helping to dispel the suspicions mate. ;)

 

 

Well I'm not going to lie and say it's Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande. I'm honest, and I don't really care 

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16 minutes ago, PetraGirl86 said:

Well I'm not going to lie and say it's Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande. I'm honest, and I don't really care 

It's great that you're into that stuff. I was expecting some more K Pop though.

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