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8 minutes ago, Ponen said:

Album - Dog Eat Dog 

Song - All My Bridges Are Burning

 

This, reflected. Probably the easiest one yet, to be honest. 

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3 minutes ago, Geoff said:

This, reflected. Probably the easiest one yet, to be honest. 

We had some lean years for 80s style hard rock in the 90s...

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12 minutes ago, auslander said:

We had some lean years for 80s style hard rock in the 90s...

Still some pretty great albums in this lot, like Bon Jovi, Slaughter, KISS, Steelheart, Def Leppard and Gun. Even the Saigon Kick one is pretty solid. And Ugly Kid Joe and WASP, of course. Plenty of talent there, but pretty easily eclipsed by Warrant, imo, of course. ;)

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Fuck me!

This wasn't easy at all for me, but I think my choice would always be "The Crimson Idol".

That album was huge for me. I really love it.

Favourite track, "The Idol".

Another track that still moves me to this day.

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8 minutes ago, Darkstone said:

Fuck me!

This wasn't easy at all for me, but I think my choice would always be "The Crimson Idol".

That album was huge for me. I really love it.

Favourite track, "The Idol".

Another track that still moves me to this day.

'Hold on to my heart,' I've found, is absolutely timeless and it still probably gets me as much today as it did the first time I ever heard it. 

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30 minutes ago, Glen said:

From the graphic, Hardline.

 

But the obvious top 3  are all missing -

1. Unruly Child

2. Giant

3. Roxus 

;)

 

It's hard enough as it is.

Please, FFS, don't pull that thread.

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2 minutes ago, Darkstone said:

It's hard enough as it is.

Please, FFS, don't pull that thread.

the graphic was easy. I mean the Jovi & Warrant are good, but Hardline is the easy choice there and would prob be my actual no 4 

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9 minutes ago, Glen said:

the graphic was easy. I mean the Jovi & Warrant are good, but Hardline is the easy choice there and would prob be my actual no 4 

Again, the graphic was hard enough. 

Steelheart, Def Leppard, Hardline, Bon Jovi, Warrant, Slaughter, KISS, W.A.S.P.

I can't take this emotional turmoil.

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I'm going with The Black Crowes. That album really spoke to me. Favourite track is Remedy which could have been released in the 60s, 70s, 80s or 1992. A timeless quality.

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I don't want to play this game anymore. 

Fuck! Uh...

I guess I'll go with Steelheart. 

Favourite song?

Fuck this stoopid fucking game!

Maybe "Late for the Party."

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Man, I feel like a broken record because I've pretty much only been picking Bon Jovi when the choice has been available, but I'm going with them again.  This was definitely one of the closest years though for me.  Warrant is right there at the top followed by Slaughter, Extreme, Def Lep... Too many!

Some of my favorite tracks from Keep The Faith are the two bonus cuts, Save a Prayer and Starting All Over Again.  The KTF version of Starting All Over Again is one of my favorite BJ tracks period.

Also, I need to shout out Slaughter for their surprisingly beautiful acoustic instrumental version of Days Gone By.  I was a bit skeptical of it as the album closer, but after hearing it I'm so glad it exists!

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19 minutes ago, SessionWulf said:

Just noticed Firehouse isn't up there.  If it was it would definitely bump into my top 3

These list are by no means comprehensive, but we're working with what we have.

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