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On 2/25/2021 at 3:38 PM, Aordave89 said:

Agreed, they lost a lot when he left. 

Did you check out guitarist Dennis Post’s new band Flush The Fashion? Debut came out a couple of years back called ‘Failure Is Totally An Option’.

Checked out Flush The Fashion and I'm totally digging it.

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Ok.. I'll play A little known song by my favorite sleaze band of all time.. wonder what happened to these guys Erotic Suicide - What Did You Get Me    

MONSTER album...  

Tora Tora - Guilty. Alpha mentioned this one the other day. A very cool track.     

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7 minutes ago, Aordave89 said:

MONSTER album...

 

 

Yep, I really love this album. Definitely one of my favourites. 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Darkstone said:

 

Yep, I really love this album. Definitely one of my favourites. 

 

 

The Edge.. One of the best intros surely?! Stunning album with Steve Stevens cutting loose. 

Assuming you like Crue.. where would you slot this one amongst their discography? 

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50 minutes ago, Aordave89 said:

The Edge.. One of the best intros surely?! Stunning album with Steve Stevens cutting loose. 

Assuming you like Crue.. where would you slot this one amongst their discography? 

If this was a Crue album, then I would have it as number one. No question. 

 

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2 hours ago, Aordave89 said:

The Edge.. One of the best intros surely?! Stunning album with Steve Stevens cutting loose. 

Assuming you like Crue.. where would you slot this one amongst their discography? 

Good question-I'd definitely put it ahead of the self titled 1994 release

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2 hours ago, nyoilers said:

Good question-I'd definitely put it ahead of the self titled 1994 release

Me too - I like Corabi and I don’t dislike the album, but it’s just not Crue. I always rated New Tattoo but opinion seems split between the fans. 

4 hours ago, Darkstone said:

If this was a Crue album, then I would have it as number one. No question. 

 

I’m still thinking about this one haha.. It would definitely be in my top 3 but there’s something about Shout and Feelgood. I’ll have to settle with those as a top 3. 

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6 hours ago, Aordave89 said:

MONSTER album...

 

Agreed...

pity he followed it up with that Carved In Stone shite...

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10 minutes ago, lettard said:

Agreed...

pity he followed it up with that Carved In Stone shite...

Amen to that.. bloody awful wasn’t it. Think I played it twice and have zero desire to play it again. Tattoos & Tequila on the other hand.. despite being a cover album barring a couple of originals is a solid effort. 

Same question as above - Where would Exposed fit in with Crue’s discography for you? 

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6 hours ago, Aordave89 said:

MONSTER album...

 

 

Listening to this track again. It's an old line, but I always have a laugh when I hear,

"liquor in the front and poker in the rear". 

I'd love to own a bar just so I could display that sign.

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3 minutes ago, Darkstone said:

 

Listening to this track again. It's an old line, but I always have a laugh when I hear,

"liquor in the front and poker in the rear". 

I'd love to own a bar just so I could display that sign.

Classic Vince isn’t it :lol:

I always imagined it above the door at the Titty Twister (From Dusk Till Dawn)..

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2 hours ago, Aordave89 said:

Same question as above - Where would Exposed fit in with Crue’s discography for you? 

Hmmm,well Dr Feelgood is my number one,in fact Im a fan of the first five releases,but i'd put it in 3rd behind Dr Feelgood & Girls Girls Girls

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Love that disc...its just so duuurty..but its sleaze its supposed to be like that..great stuff

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3 minutes ago, lettard said:

Love that disc...its just so duuurty..but its sleaze its supposed to be like that..great stuff

I hear you.. songs like Whip, Little Dove and Slip Of The Tongue.. I think they confirm Taime Downe is worthy of his name! 

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Tora Tora - Guilty.

Alpha mentioned this one the other day. A very cool track. 

 

 

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6 hours ago, Mr.AOR said:

Awesome song fron and Awesome album...

 

Awesome album indeed. Follow up wasn’t as strong but still some great moments on there. 

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Pure Sleaze. Great video, Killer track and Killer intro!

 

 

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