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Purchased today GARY MOORE AND FRIENDS - TRIBUTE TO PHIL LYNOTT.

 

:bananamac: Something tell's me this will be good.

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Last one I bought was the new remake of KING KONG...excellent movie by the way

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I got Judas Priest "Live in Memphis 82!!!Killer!!!

Motorhead's Live 25 Years!!!

The New Texas Chainsaw Massacre...Very Good...

Enter the Dragon...WOW!!!

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This one arrived yesterday and this is what i call the ROCK BIBLE on the :bowdown: ROCK GODS.

 

 

Product ID: CRP1846

Inside the Music Series - Bad Company 1974 - 1982 DVD

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Bad Company

 

This is the long awaited critical review of the classic era of Bad Company on stage, on film and on record. Featuring rare film never previously featured on DVD, founder member Simon Kirke and a team of distinguished critics including biographer Steven Rosen revisit and re-assess the work of the classic era of Bad Company.

 

More ... This was the group’s seventies heyday when the original line up of Rodgers/Kirke/Burrell/Ralphs rose to world wide superstardom with a string of amazing albums including Bad Company, Straight Shooter and Run with The Pack. Features Can’t Get Enough, Bad Company, Feel like Makin’ Love and many more :bananamac:

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Picked up HOSTEL (Unrated) on Wednesday. Great, nasty hardcore horror movie that is essentially 40 minutes of N&A (that's norks and ass, in case you were wondering), followed by 30 minutes of sick, sadistic, cringe-inducing torture sequences, capped off by a bloody revenge-fueled finale.

 

In other words, I loved it!!

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Picked up HISTORY OF VIOLENCE today. Cool little flick with a good story, Maria Bello naked, and a healthy dose of graphic, bloody violence...no wussy PG-13 crap here, folks!! :bigboom:

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"no wussy PG-13 crap here, folks!!"

 

 

No truer words have ever been spoken!!!

 

 

I can't wait to see that Hostel.

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Metal Mania Stripped Acoustic DVD

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Simpsons ... series 7

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Whitesnake- Live in the still of the night

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Red Dwarf - Series 8 .... my missus got it me as a surprise! :wub:

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Picked up G3 live in Denver. Looks like a hell of a show. The Vai set alone was worth the watch.

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FOUR BROTHERS (this is a cool movie)

 

COMMANDO

 

PREDATOR 1&2

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TESTAMENT - Live In London :banger:

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I bought Valiant & Green Wing Series 1

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Toto - Live in Amsterdam

 

... as birthday present for a friend

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Purchased today GARY MOORE AND FRIENDS - TRIBUTE TO PHIL LYNOTT.

 

:bananamac: Something tell's me this will be good.

 

Great stuff this. It's a must for any Thin Lizzy fan.

The friends are Brian Downey , Brian Robertson , Scott Gorham and Eric Bell. Pitty John Sykes was not involved though.

Track listing is:

WALKING BY MYSELF.

JAILBREAK.

DON'T BELIEVE A WORD.

EMERALD.

STILL IN LOVE WITH YOU.

BLACK ROSE.

COWBOY SONG.

THE BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN.

WHISKEY IN THE JAR.

OLD TOWN {excerpt}

PARISENNE WALKWAYS.

 

A big :tumbsup:

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Anthrax- Music of Mass Destruction

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We bought my son yet another "Thomas the Tank Engine" DVD yesterday, which leads me to believe that his DVD collection is now officially bigger than mine. Yes, I'm jealous.

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Purchased today GARY MOORE AND FRIENDS - TRIBUTE TO PHIL LYNOTT.

 

:bananamac: Something tell's me this will be good.

 

 

I started to order this the other night because i LOVE Gary Moore but it seemed like a short set list so instead

i ordered WHITESNAKE-LIVE IN THE STILL OF THE NIGHT and IRON MAIDEN-ROCKIN RIO live DVDs. Should be here Monday (i hope) <_<

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Just picked up Whitesnake - Live In The Still Of The Night. I grabbed the special edition which included a live cd.

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Just picked up (off eBay) a DVD of an Australian western called "The Proposition" (which is having a limited theatrical run here in the States). A real grim, gritty, bloody film, with a whipping scene that is so graphically gory it might just surpass the scourging sequence from "The Passion of the Christ."

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Heavy Metal - Louder Than Life

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TRANSPORTER 2

 

The ending kind of sucks, but otherwise this is a fun little action flick with some sweetly-choreographed, over-the-top fight sequences. And Jason Statham's character is just flat-out cool.

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GOTTHARD - MADE IN SWITZERLAND - DVD/CD

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