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What are your favorite choruses? 

Entertaining Angels- Newsboys 

Just Believe It- Idle Cure

The Flame Passes On- WhiteHeart 

There's more but those are a few I can think of on the spot

Whoops wrong forum was supposed to be in General Music Discussion 

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Blue Tear - every chorus on the album,.       Blue Blud - long hot summer nights, sick Vikki - her body compliments the beat, of course radio bikini, Rio - Atlantic radio

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Fiorst one that comes to mind is Take The Dog Off The Chain - Babylon AD

Wanna Be The One - Haywire

All This And Heaven too - Michael Sweet

St. Tropez - Hot Action Cop

Van Hagar has some amazing choruses

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Hm... I'm gonna have to sit and think about this for a while. A few good ones come to mind, "Dying for Love," "Give Me A Sign," "Bad Blood," but are they my absolute favourites?

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15 minutes ago, KarpetRydOFunk said:

Hm... I'm gonna have to sit and think about this for a while. A few good ones come to mind, "Dying for Love," "Give Me A Sign," "Bad Blood," but are they my absolute favourites?

 

I rate Dying For Love very high, just a couple  inches lower than "Go"

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Kansas - Play The Game Tonight

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12 hours ago, CureTheSane said:

Fiorst one that comes to mind is Take The Dog Off The Chain - Babylon AD

Wanna Be The One - Haywire

All This And Heaven too - Michael Sweet

St. Tropez - Hot Action Cop

Van Hagar has some amazing choruses

Yeah! A hot action cop fan, me too, they bang out some catchy choruses, Feva For The Flava, Show Her, Don't Want You To Stay, just don't think many on here would dig them, probably despise them, lol

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16 hours ago, PetraGirl86 said:

Who sings Radio Bikini? Or does that go along with sick Vikki or is that even a song? It's a lil confusing to read 😆

You know Radio Bikini silly, Mr. Tamplins finest moment, but that sic Vikki disc is full of amazing choruses

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3 hours ago, Leykis101 said:

You know Radio Bikini silly, Mr. Tamplins finest moment, but that sic Vikki disc is full of amazing choruses

I know I know but I was clarifying if that's what you meant 😆

I looove Radio Bikini but from what I can remember I think I like the verses better- not sure, I'll have to hear it again, but yeah. Plus, I can't remember who it was that told me they liked it 😆

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3 hours ago, Doggy said:

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What about classic by Joe Dolce ?

Hey !!!

What an iconic Aussie song (by an American). It was everywhere at the time. I was in primary school, so as you can imagine, it was huge.

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15 hours ago, Leykis101 said:

Yeah! A hot action cop fan, me too, they bang out some catchy choruses, Feva For The Flava, Show Her, Don't Want You To Stay, just don't think many on here would dig them, probably despise them, lol

Yeah, which is a shame as there are some pretty heavy guitar moments of some stuff.
Last album was a departure, but after a few listens, just as addictive.
Most here are pretty diverse, but some bands just don't get much of a go.
Song of the year for me is The New Roses - Down By the River, but that band gets little love here as well.

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37 minutes ago, CureTheSane said:

Yeah, which is a shame as there are some pretty heavy guitar moments of some stuff.
Last album was a departure, but after a few listens, just as addictive.
Most here are pretty diverse, but some bands just don't get much of a go.
Song of the year for me is The New Roses - Down By the River, but that band gets little love here as well.

Very good tune. 

I've actually set myself a task to check out Hot Action Cop tomorrow. I've owned and hated one of their CDs a long time ago, but I'm going to try again for the sake of this thread. 

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You just gotta take them for what they are bro, their new shits almost acoustic, a huge departure from their debut, which is the one I'm sure u had and hated, didn't particularly care for that style, but the huge catchy choruses brainwashed me, pretty funny lyrics, and their singer is actually a true talent, you have to listen to the newer shit to catch it

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Hot Action Cop standouts for me are

St. Tropez
Fever For The Flava --- their big hit
The Special
In A Little While --- one of the best ballads ever
Face Down --- probably my favorite, play loud, the guitars at the start are killer
Tomorrows Gotta Secret
House Of Pain --- starts acapalla, takes a bit of getting used to
Jen
Picture Me
Pull The Trigger

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House of pain is bad ass, I can't remember the titles off the last 2 discs, but I love Show Her, with lyrics like this you can't go wrong,    She got me cursed like the Kennedies,
I'm trippin' like a freak,
Strokin' on her solar plexus,
Tickle behind the knee,
Giggle cause the vibrator,
It make her wanna pee,
Chickie chickie perculator,
I slip into my sheet,.                                        I love the raggae beat, catchy chorus, but their new shits completely serious, quit good, totally different band, still killer

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I have to say just listening to Tough It Out in prep for the 30th anniversary gig next week and......

do choruses get any better than Bad Luck.

no. 

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