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IN MY DREAMS - WIG WAM

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Santers - Mistreatin' Heart

 

Great track from 'Racing Time' - Style wise Reminds me very much of 'Hey Operator' by the tres magnifique Coney Hatch!!!

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Timmy - Partyin' Angel

 

Not usually one for songs with party in the title as the ones I've heard tend to be uniformly naff. This is the one exception - can't get the damn thing outta my head :doh: , great song with excellent chorus.

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Hinder ~ 'Bliss (I Don't Wanna Know)'

 

Man....love the attitude!

 

"I'll go ahead pour myself a drink

I really couldn't care less what you think

I don't have to listen now

Let this day down

If I can't feel a thing

 

I don't wanna know it's over

So save your goodbye kiss

I don't wanna know it's over

Cause ignorance is bliss"

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'Thank You' by Alanis Morisette.

 

Have always loved this song. Her vocals at the end of the song go right through me.

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A Little Too Early - Lita Ford/Arti Tisi

 

Kip... what have you been up to? Tsk Tsk, leave those young ladies alone. :lol:

 

As for me... 'Misery' by Southgang - haven't heard it for a while, one of my favourite songs ever, especially that riff... and yeah, just been wedged in my head recently.

 

Though 'If you dare to dream' and 'Alone' are trying to break through from my Khymera listening this morning...

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FORTUNE (USA) "One Bridge I Should Burn"

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The Babys - Back On My Feet Again (From Union Jacks)

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I've taken a leaf out of Jez's book from yesterday.....got Racing Time out yesterday and today's song for me is Winter Freeze!

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Shotgun Messiah's "Living Without You".....over and over.

 

Especially emphasizing the way he sings "Don't FLATTER ya self" :lol:

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haven't heard much music today. the only thing stuck in my head is some pop song that I don't even know the words to, just the tune and the stupid commercial with the debate of Karma-camillion or Where The Hood At as the ring tone for a guys cell phone

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'We don't care anymore' - Story of the Year

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I just heard my song of the day tonight. LOL.

 

Goodbye by Debbie Gibson. the song just has a lot of flashbacks for me now it is stuck in my head.

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Run to me--Shadows Fade and, I just heard the Clay Aiken version, not bad!!!

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Run to me--Shadows Fade and, I just heard the Clay Aiken version, not bad!!!

 

The Clay Aiken version just KILLS Chalfonts IMO. Great song though.

 

I just can't stop playing this tune:-

 

BAD HABIT - The Air That I Breathe

 

An utterly brilliant AOR tune, I love the verses particularly... AWESOME.

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Run to me--Shadows Fade and, I just heard the Clay Aiken version, not bad!!!

 

The Clay Aiken version just KILLS Chalfonts IMO. Great song though.

 

I just can't stop playing this tune:-

 

BAD HABIT - The Air That I Breathe

 

An utterly brilliant AOR tune, I love the verses particularly... AWESOME.

 

 

 

'The Air That I Breathe' sounds alot like a slower 'Animal' by Def Leppard in the verse - same chords etc. Great tune though.

 

 

 

 

My song of the day:

 

Roadmaster - Higher Higher (From Sweet Music)

 

Pomp to the MAX- Love those Keys at the end!!!!

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Run to me--Shadows Fade and, I just heard the Clay Aiken version, not bad!!!

 

The Clay Aiken version just KILLS Chalfonts IMO. Great song though.

 

I just can't stop playing this tune:-

 

BAD HABIT - The Air That I Breathe

 

An utterly brilliant AOR tune, I love the verses particularly... AWESOME.

 

I much prefer Shadows Fade myself. :)

 

Today it's 'On my own' by Hedley.

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New England - Explorer Suite (From Explore Suite)

 

 

Fabby track featuring my Fave Keyboard solo EVER. Jimmy Waldo, You is the man!!

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Fly On - Pink Cream 69

 

What a :censored: chorus... :banger:

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Paragon - The Gods Made Heavy Metal

 

what a killer tune. reminds me of Manowar's 'Number One' musically. I especially love the lyrics:

 

The gods made heavy metal

and they saw that it was good

they said to play it louder than hell

and we promised that we would

 

when losers say its over with

know that its a lie

the gods made heavy metal

and its never gonna die

 

:headbanger::headbanger::headbanger:

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All of a sudden Joker's Mackinaw Avenue is tattooed in my brain.

 

"Can you tell me

What happened to Mackinaw Avenooooo...."

 

:headbanger::headbanger::headbanger::headbanger:

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Wrabit - Just Go Away (From Wrough And Wready)

 

Every track on the Fantastic Debut should get honor of Song of The Day . But the one above is my Fave (Just)

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See You In Heaven by Guardian.

 

my aunt was taken off life support yesterday. she had a living will stating she didn't want to be kept alive like that. Her son had to make the call yesterday at 4:00. It was a tough call but one he knew he had to make

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