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Old 02-09-2013, 12:34 PM
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78.Freedom Rock - H.e.a.t


Tracklist:
1.We're Gonna Make It To The End
2.Black Night (feat. Tobias Sammer)
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

Genre: Glam Metal/AOR

H.e.a.t is one of the best bands to come out of the Swedish glam metal scene, as I've said before.This album is an easy contender for best AOR album of all time, with a true 80's feel surrounding the whole album.Guitar players Dave Dalone and Eric Rivers are some of the most underrated guitar players of all time, with killer riffs in songs like "High On Love" and "Danger Road".Singer Kenny Leckremo also has a great 80's voice that is executed quite well on this album.Another thing worth mentioning is the guest appearance of Tobias Sammet on "Black Night", which surprised me a little when I first heard it.Highlights include 80's ready rockin' single "Beg, Beg, Beg", epic album closer "Who Will Stop The Rain", and the ballad "Cast Away", by far the best song on the album.To summarize, this album is an AOR masterpiece.

Standout Track:
"Cast Away" http://grooveshark.com/s/Cast+Away/4J0ajx?src=5
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That's not a terrible song. Very catchy. Singer is pretty good too
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That's not a terrible song. Very catchy. Singer is pretty good too
I'm glad you like it
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77.Billion Dollar Babies - Alice Cooper


Tracklist:
1.Hello Hooray
2.Raped & Freezin'
3.Elected
4.Billion Dollar Babies
5.Unfinished Sweet
6.No More Mr. Nice Guy
7.Generation Landslide
8.Sick Things
9.Mary Ann
10.I Love The Dead

Genre: Shock Rock/Hard Rock

Alice Cooper is the king of the genre "Shock Rock", with stage features including guillotines, electric chairs, baby dolls, etc., point is he knows how to scare people.This album is a classic record, as most people would agree, with great anthems and 70's rock guitar riffing.Highlights include the sometimes overlooked "Generation Landslide", the necrophilia inspired song "I Love The Dead", and the best song on here, "No Mr. Nice Guy".There's not much more to say about this album other than it rocks and everyone who calls themselves a rock fan should enjoy it.

Standout Track:
"No Mr. Nice Guy" http://grooveshark.com/s/No+More+Mr+...y/4A4KwM?src=5
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Great album, I love Raped & Freezin.
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76.Sheer Heart Attack - Queen


Tracklist:
1.Brighton Rock
2.Killer Queen
3.Tenement Funster
4.Flick Of The Wrist
5.Lily Of The Valley
6.Now I'm Here
7.In The Lap Of The Gods
8.Stone Cold Crazy
9.Dear Friends
10.Misfire
11.Bring Back That Leroy Brown
12.She Makes Me (Stormtrooper On Stilettos)
13.In The Lap Of The Gods....Revisited

Genre: Classic Rock

Queen were one of my favorite bands when I was younger, and I continue to love them to this day.Choosing a favorite Queen album is no easy task, considering 90% of there stuff is worthy of classic status (except for Flash Gordon and Hot Space).This has to be my third favorite Queen album, and it definitely won't be last one to make this list.The combination of Bryan May's stellar guitar playing and awesome tone, Roger Tyler's incredible drum playing, John Deacons strong bass rhythms, and of course Freddie Mercury's legendary singing abilities, make this an album most rock and metal fans should enjoy.A lot of fans will agree that there's something about Queen
s early stuff that makes it better than anything else (save for one or two albums).Highlights include the guitar bombastic rockers "Brighton Rock" and "Stone Cold Crazy", and the epic closer "In The Lap Of The Gods....Revisited".

Standout Track:
"Stone Cold Crazy" http://grooveshark.com/s/Stone+Cold+Crazy/4fq5Bw?src=5
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77.Billion Dollar Babies - Alice Cooper


Tracklist:
1.Hello Hooray
2.Raped & Freezin'
3.Elected
4.Billion Dollar Babies
5.Unfinished Sweet
6.No More Mr. Nice Guy
7.Generation Landslide
8.Sick Things
9.Mary Ann
10.I Love The Dead

Genre: Shock Rock/Hard Rock

Alice Cooper is the king of the genre "Shock Rock", with stage features including guillotines, electric chairs, baby dolls, etc., point is he knows how to scare people.This album is a classic record, as most people would agree, with great anthems and 70's rock guitar riffing.Highlights include the sometimes overlooked "Generation Landslide", the necrophilia inspired song "I Love The Dead", and the best song on here, "No Mr. Nice Guy".There's not much more to say about this album other than it rocks and everyone who calls themselves a rock fan should enjoy it.

Standout Track:
"No Mr. Nice Guy" http://grooveshark.com/s/No+More+Mr+...y/4A4KwM?src=5
Fuck yeah! Alice Cooper will always be a rock legend, and he's one of the best performers I've ever seen.
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Fuck yeah! Alice Cooper will always be a rock legend, and he's one of the best performers I've ever seen.
You sure got that right
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I've seen Alice Cooper three times now and have enjoyed every show! Great performer!!
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Old 02-11-2013, 08:14 PM
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i still have never seen him.... but i jammed a couple songs with his drummer and backing band, that was rad (big event, not one on one)
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