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Old 03-20-2013, 10:03 AM
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It's fairly safe to assume that my top 100 list will have a grand total of one album in common with this list but props for doing this regardless. I look forward to the rest of the list, maybe there will be a surprise or two.
Thanks for the support, hopefully you will find another surprise before this list wraps up
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Old 03-20-2013, 11:51 AM
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30.Bounce - Bon Jovi


Year Of Release: 2002

Tracklist:
1.Undivided
2.Everyday
3.The Distance
4.Joey
5.Misunderstood
6.All About Lovin' You
7.Hook Me Up
8.Right Side Of Wrong
9.Love Me Back To Life
10.You Had Me From Hello
11.Bounce
12.Open All Night

Genre: Hard Rock

Most people don't like this album because of how many ballads they are, and even though they are a lot, I like them all.Both "All About Lovin' You" and "You Had Me From Hello" are really guilt pleasures for me though.But besides the ballads, you got many great rock tracks on here, probably the heaviest in Bon Jovi's career.The rockers rock as hard as hard rock can get before being heavy metal.I like to call it "Heavy Rock".Though all members are really great on this record, Richie really shines on this record out of all.His vocals are some of his best on this, and the more use of distortion and talkbox is extremely awesome IMO.Highlights include the soft rock number "Misunderstood", the extremely underrated "Love Me Back To Life", and probably the heaviest song Bon Jovi has ever recorded "Undivided".Bon Jovi, PLEASE make a record like this one again!

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"Undivided" http://grooveshark.com/s/Undivided/1k6zl4?src=5
I pretty much agree. Way too many ballads but the rock songs (Undivided, Everyday and Hook Me Up especially) were all really good.
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I pretty much agree. Way too many ballads but the rock songs (Undivided, Everyday and Hook Me Up especially) were all really good.
O yea."Hook Me Up" is really underrated
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29.Skid Row - Skid Row


Year Of Release: 1989

Tracklist:
1.Big Guns
2.Sweet Little Sister
3.Can't Stand The Heartache
4.Piece Of Me
5.18 And Life
6.Rattlesnake Shake
7.Youth Gone Wild
8.Here I Am
9.Makin' A Mess
10.I Remember You
11.Midnight/Tornado

Genre: Heavy Metal/Glam Metal

Skid Row were one of the best glam metal bands of the 80's (if you can really call them "Glam").They released two of the best metal albums of all time.Their debut is definitely one of them.Sebastian Bach screams on this record, Scotti Hill and Dave Sabo's guitars are top notch, Rob Affuso's drum playing is excellent, and Rachel Bolan remains as another one of my favorite bass players (that bass in "Piece Of Me" kicks!).This one another album that I grew up with, and it still remains as one of my favorites, and I honestly can't see why you would not like this record.Standouts include the before-mentioned "Piece Of Me", an extremely good ballad "18 And Life", and one of the greatest metal anthems of all time "Youth Gone Wild".O how I wish the original line-up was still together!

Standout Track:
"Youth Gone Wild" http://grooveshark.com/s/Youth+Gone+Wild/4zH6Yt?src=5
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I wouldn't consider Skid Row glam at all.
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Old 03-21-2013, 10:29 AM
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I wouldn't consider Skid Row glam at all.
Yea I know, but I do still see glam elements here and their, really with "Youth Gone Wild" and "I Remember You"
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28.Rocks - Aerosmith


Year Of Release: 1976

Tracklist:
1.Back In The Saddle
2.Last Child
3.Rats In The Cellar
4.Combination
5.Sick As A Dog
6.Nobody's Fault
7.Get The Lead Out
8.Lick And A Promise
9.Home Tonight

Genre: Blues Rock/Heavy Metal

As I've said before Aerosmith were once my favorite band, and though I'm not as into them as I used to be, I still very much enjoy them and this album, witch is my favorite Aerosmith record.This was really one of the first heavy metal albums out there, and as such deserves it's place as one of the best heavy metal records of all time.This album also has really inspired my guitar playing.Joe Perry and Brad Whitford are just incredible on this album, especially on "Get The Lead Out" and "Last Child".Tom Hamilton, Joey Kramer, and Steven Tyler are all at their best on this record as well.Highlights include the heaviest song Aerosmith has ever done "Nobody's Fault", the underrated "Sick As A Dog", and as always my favorite "Last Child".

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"Last Child" http://grooveshark.com/s/Last+Child/rAgh7?src=5
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I gotta say dude, props for continually updating your list and not giving a fuck what other people thought of your taste in music. It take serious cojones to be literally the only guy under the age of 45 to declare an undying love for hair metal- kudos man.

That being said, how on Earth do you have the time to update this list every day throughout the mornings and afternoons? Do you not have school or something?
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You remind me of this guy from college a few years ago that used to just sit on a bench and blast Flock of Seagulls through portable speakers all day. I don't know why, but ya do.
Such a person exists?! I mean really, Flock of Seagulls blasting through portable speakers?! Wow
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Old 03-21-2013, 06:28 PM
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I gotta say dude, props for continually updating your list and not giving a fuck what other people thought of your taste in music. It take serious cojones to be literally the only guy under the age of 45 to declare an undying love for hair metal- kudos man.

That being said, how on Earth do you have the time to update this list every day throughout the mornings and afternoons? Do you not have school or something?
Well first thanks for the props.Second, my school schedule is, well, really different from others.I go to a private school, and the scheduling isn't like what other schools are.
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