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Old 01-12-2013, 12:44 PM
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this thread seems interesting... is it possible for you to include youtube links for your recommended tracks? for those of us who might not have youtube or itunes open to sample your recommended songs?
I will provide a way to have access to listen to the songs,although I can't find "I Fear Nothing" by The Treatment on youtube or grooveshark or anything
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7.New Religion-Crazy Lixx


Tracklist:
1.Rock And A Hard Place
2.My Medicine (R.O.C.K.)
3.21 'Till I Die
4.Blame It On Love
5.Road To Babylon
6.Children Of The Cross
7.The Witching Hour
8.Lock Up Your Daughter
9.She's Mine
10.What Of Our Love
11.Desert Bloom
12.Voodoo Woman

Band They Most Resemble: Danger,Danger

Crazy Lixx,one of the many bands to come out of the Swedish glam metal scene, and certainly one of the best.This album has all a glam lover could ask for, shredding guitars,Def Leppard harmonies,and anthemic choruses.This is a great album start to finish, save for the unneeded interlude "Desert Bloom" (what is it with glam bands and the useless instrumentals these days?).Great tracks include the two Bon Jovi influenced songs "She's Mine" and "What Of Our Love",the Ratt sounding "The Witching Hour",and "21 'Till I Die",a song that screams Hey Stoopid-era Alice Cooper.But what most of this album sounds like is a heavier Danger,Danger,with an overload of Def Leppard harmonies,which is awesome if you like that kind of sound.So,if I where to compare them to other bands it would be a Danger,Danger/Def Leppard/Bon Jovi/Alice Cooper.If you don't like those bands,you might still like Crazy Lixx,because these guys do have their own touch on past glam metal.In many years from now, if glam metal ever gets popular again (not radio popular exactly),this album will be remembered has a classic.

Recommended Tracks:
"21 'Till I Die"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=Gd5K7KzozG4
"The Witching Hour"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=c1VverKUKnI
"Rock And A Hard Place"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=XL2fVy-YH4c
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Old 01-14-2013, 01:57 PM
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Number 6 Is.......
6.Feel The Steel-Steel Panther


Tracklist:
1.Death To All But Metal
2.Asian Hooker
3.Community Property
4.Eyes Of A Panther
5.Fat Girl (Thar She Blows)
6.Eatin' Ain't Cheetin'
7.Party All Day
8.Turn Out The Lights
9.Stripper Girl
10.The Shocker
11.Girl From Oklahoma

Band They Most Resemble: Every glam metal band in existence

What else can I say that hasn't already been said about these guys? They bring back the rock 'n roll from the 80's better than most bands can.They have extremely good musicianship,great vocals,and soaring glam anthems that is sure to please every glam metal fan.Even none glam metal fans can enjoy this record.There is one thing I have to say though.When language and vulgarity are too harsh,I won't listen to, insult me all you want, it's just who I am, but I generally will ignore it when everything else is really great (which in this case it is),and since they're not serious,I can take it.When I try to compare them to other bands,all I can come up with is all of them, and that's what is so great about them, they literally capture everything good about all the 80's and early 90's hair bands.With the Bon Jovi sounding "Party All Day",to the Whitesnake-ish "Fat Girl",to the Poison ready ballad "Community Property",they have all the bases covered.So,if you want serious music,this is so not the album for you.But if you want head-banging metal and an occasional laugh, this is really for you.

Recommended Tracks:
"Death To All But Metal"
http://grooveshark.com/s/Death+To+Al...l/4gUe5Y?src=5
"Eyes Of A Panther"
http://grooveshark.com/s/Eyes+Of+A+Panther/2pT0Eu?src=5
"Fat Girl (Thar She Blows)"
http://grooveshark.com/s/Fat+Girl+Th...s/2pT0K1?src=5
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The new Steel Panther album though is more of a serious record in the sense of the songs don't sound like parodies almost. It is all original.

Plus it's more vulgar than the first cd!
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The new Steel Panther album though is more of a serious record in the sense of the songs don't sound like parodies almost. It is all original.

Plus it's more vulgar than the first cd!
Yea I guess you are right,but I feel the second album drags to much because of it's overload of songs.
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5.Permission To Land-The Darkness


Tracklist:
1.Black Shuck
2.Get Your Hands Off Of My Women
3.Growing On Me
4.I Believe In A Thing Called Love
5.Love Is Only A Feeling
6.Givin' Up
7.Stuck In A Rut
8.Friday Night
9.Love On The Rocks With No Ice
10.Holding My Own

Band They Most Resemble: Def Leppard

Almost everybody knows The Darkness.They had a few big hits in Europe,while having their album crack the top 40 in the U.S (not an easy thing for a glam band these days),and pretty much made the first step for glam metal's comeback.They are comedic in their songwriting, but still get serious when it's it time for it.A lot of people may hate them, but people who want this type of rock back don't, and that includes me.Musically they are a Def Leppard meets Queen meets GnR, with great classic rock riffs and huge glam choruses.The lead single "I Believe In A Thing Called Love" was the biggest success glam metal had in about a decade,and other singles "Love Is Only A Feeling" and "Growing On Me" where also really popular outside of the U.S.The only track I don't like on this album is "Stuck In A Rut", I don't know why though,but there's something about it I don't like.Anyway,glam metal fans and rock fans in general should give this album a listen,and be prepared to be blown away.

Recommended Tracks:
"I Believe In A Thing Called Love"
http://grooveshark.com/s/I+Believe+I...e/3w39cs?src=5
"Growing On Me"
http://grooveshark.com/s/Growing+On+Me/483Rvi?src=5
"Black Shuck"
http://grooveshark.com/s/Black+Shuck/3Qv50?src=5
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4.Freedom Rock-H.e.a.t


Tracklist:
1.We're Gonna Make It To The End
2.Black Night
3.I Can't Look The Other Way
4.Shelter
5.Beg,Beg,Beg
6.Danger Road
7.Stay
8.Everybody Wants To Be Someone
9.Nobody Loves You (Like I Do)
10.I Know What It Takes
11.Cast Away
12.High On Love
13.Who Will Stop The Rain

Band They Most Resemble: Night Ranger

Melodic rock at its best here.H.e.a.t have played an important factor in helping bring back 80's rock,also coming from the Swedish glam metal scene,and having songs scaling the top 40 charts there.This is in no way,shape or form, heavy metal,it's straight up 80's rock, cruisin'-through-the-city-at-night type of music.H.e.a.t sound as if you took Bon Jovi,Night Ranger,Journey,and Europe and smashed them together.This album has no bad tracks and no useless interludes,with the weakest track being "I Know What It Takes",but that doesn't mean it's not a good song.A lot of these songs sound as if they could be a theme song for an 80's movie,like the glam anthem "We're Gonna Make It To The End" and the amazing power ballad "Shelter".Other great songs include the bluesy "High On Love",sure-fire 80's hit "Beg,Beg,Beg",and the epic album closer "Who Will Stop The Rain".This album is a classic to me,and I can't stop playing it.It just captures the 80's so well,it really takes me there.So,for anybody who likes 80's rock,this will definitely be the album to get,so get ready to FEEL THE HEAT!

Recommended Tracks:
"Beg,Beg,Beg"
http://grooveshark.com/s/Beg+Beg+Beg/3RCW6S?src=5
"Cast Away"
http://grooveshark.com/s/Cast+Away/3RCXZu?src=5
"Who Will Stop The Rain
http://grooveshark.com/s/Who+Will+St...n/4woSU8?src=5
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I saw an awesome video of "Chaz Kruger" and Vinnie Paul doing a cover of "Hot For Teacher" with Steel Panther, it was awesome.
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I saw an awesome video of "Chaz Kruger" and Vinnie Paul doing a cover of "Hot For Teacher" with Steel Panther, it was awesome.
will have to check that out when I get the time
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3.Rest In Sleaze-Crashdiet


Tracklist:
1.Knokk 'Em Down
2.Riot In Everyone
3.Queen Obscene / 69 Shots
4.Breakin' The Chainz
5.Needle In Your Eye
6.Tikket
7.Out Of Line
8.It's A Miracle
9.Straight Outta Hell
10.Back On Trakk

Band They Most Resemble: Skid Row

One of the first bands to start the Swedish glam metal scene,Crashdiet is the definite new generation glam metal band.This album is all killer no filler,with the weakest song being "Out Of Line".This album has already become a classic in it's own right to the genre,and has rightfully earned that spot.Crashdiet bring back the sleaze part of the 80's extremely well,and this album is a great example of that.The sound is like Skid Row/Guns N' Roses/Motley Crue.This album draws you in with opener "Knokk 'Em Down',and doesn't stop until the ending notes of "Back On Trakk".Among the highlights are "It's A Miracle",(which would have been huge in the 80's),"Riot In Everyone" (this one went to the Sweden top 40),and the extremely sleazy "Queen Obscene / 69 Shots".Unfortunately though,lead singer Dave Lepard committed suicide shortly after the tour for this album,but was replaced well (more on that later).This album should appeal to Rock,Metal,and Glam Metal fans alike,because this is truly a masterpiece.This album even has a festival named after it,the "Rest In Sleaze Festival" in Sweden.So you really need to listen to this album all the way through,trust me,it won't disappoint.

Recommended Tracks:
"Queen Obscene / 69 Shots"
http://grooveshark.com/s/Queen+Obsce...s/2fM4TI?src=5
"It's A Miracle"
http://grooveshark.com/s/Its+A+Miracle/MthkG?src=5
"Riot In Everyone"
http://grooveshark.com/s/Riot+In+Everyone/3TrUYQ?src=5
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