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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?
At like 14 you have a lot of free time
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27.Reckless - Bryan Adams


Year Of Release: 1984

Tracklist:
1.One Night Love Affair
2.She's Only Happy When She's Dancin'
3.Run To You
4.Heaven
5.Somebody
6.Summer Of '69
7.Kids Wanna Rock
8.It's Only Love (w/Tina Turner)
9.Long Gone
10.Ain't Gonna Cry

Genre: AOR/Melodic Rock

Bryan Adams is probably not one that many people will like around here.But to me he is extremely great.His vocals are very unique and cool, as well as his piano and guitar playing abilities.Now as for the rest of the musicians, they are WAY to many to list here, so I'm just going to not go through every person that plays on this record.The drums are solid, the bass is nothing extraordinary, and the backing vocals are strong.This is definitely Bryan Adams at his best, and everyone should listen to it if you like 80's AOR.Summer Of '69 (though good), is probably the worst song on the album, so if you don't listen to it because of that, you are really missing out.Highlights include the rocker "Kids Wanna Rock", the best of the six smash hits on this record "Somebody", and the best Bryan Adams song of all time, "She's Only Happy When She's Dancin'", that has one of the catchy guitar riffs of all time.

Standout Track:
"She's Only Happy When She's Dancin'" http://grooveshark.com/s/She+s+Only+...n/2Mymsr?src=5
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Reckless is a fantastic album. Shame Bryan Adams decided that balladry was the way forward once the 90's dawned. He used to rock!

And you're wrong about 'Rocks'. It should sit inside the top 15, top 10 on a good day.......
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Reckless is a fantastic album. Shame Bryan Adams decided that balladry was the way forward once the 90's dawned. He used to rock!

And you're wrong about 'Rocks'. It should sit inside the top 15, top 10 on a good day.......
well this is my list, so it can't be wrong
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26.Keep The Faith - Bon Jovi


Year Of Release: 1992

Tracklist:
1.I Believe
2.Keep The Faith
3.I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
4.In These Arms
5.Bed Of Roses
6.If I Was Your Mother
7.Dry County
8.Woman In Love
9.Fear
10.I Want You
11.Blame It On The Love Of Rock & Roll
12.Little Bit Of Soul

Genre: Hard Rock

On Keep The Faith, Bon Jovi prove that their not just a hair band, they are a band that knows how to change with the times and still stay on top."Woman In Love" is the only song that has any hint of glam in it.Richie Sambora shows some outstanding guitar playing (see Dry County), with Alec John Such providing groovy bass lines (see title track), David Bryan cutting off most of the synthesizers and bringing in classic piano skills (see "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead"), Tico Torres pounding hard on the drums (see "Blame It On The Love Of Rock & Roll"), and Jon Bon Jovi provides stellar vocals and really delivers on this album.Highlights include the arena-ready opener "I Believe", the extremely underrated "Blame It On The Love Of Rock & Roll", and the best song, the almost ten-minute epic "Dry County".

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"Dry County" http://grooveshark.com/s/Dry+County/1SkhE2?src=5
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25.High 'N' Dry - Def Leppard


Year Of Release: 1981

Tracklist:
1.Let It Go
2.Another Hit And Run
3.High 'N' Dry (Saturday Night)
4.Bringin' On The Heartbreak
5.Switch 256
6.You Got Me Runnin'
7.Lady Strange
8.On Through The Night
9.Mirror, Mirror (Look Into My Eyes)
10.No, No, No

Genre: Heavy Metal/NWOBHM

Def Leppard are one of my all-time favorite bands, with many inclusions on this list.This album, "High 'N' Dry", is definitely their second best album.This was back when they were really just a heavy metal band from England.The twin attack of Pete Willis and Steve Clark, though not as good as Phil and Steve, is one thing that makes this album truly amazing.Rick Savage is also one of my favorite bass players, and Rick Allen is still one of my favorite drummers.This album especially shows Savage at his best.And of course Joe Elliot's great vocal range is incredible as always, but not as good on this record than on others.Standouts include rippin' opener "Let It Go", the great fan favorite "Mirror, Mirror (Look Into My Eyes)", and the VERY much underrated "Lady Strange".

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24.Long Cold Winter - Cinderella


Year Of Release: 1988

Tracklist:
1.Bad Seamstress Blues/Fallin' Apart At The Seams
2.Gypsy Road
3.Don't Know What You Got (Till It's Gone)
4.The Last Mile
5.Second Wind
6.Long Cold Winter
7.If You Don't Like It
8.Coming Home
9.Fire And Ice
10.Take Me Back

Genre: Blues Rock/Glam Metal

Cinderella has never released a bad album IMO, all four of their albums are excellent.But this one in particular stands out above all the rest.It is the perfect combination of blues rock and glam metal, and it remains as one of my favorite blues rock records.Tom Keifer is one of my favorite vocalist and guitar players, as well as Jeff LaBar.Fred Coury's drum playing is pretty strong on this record also, and Eric Brittingham just keeps the backbone steady, nothing over-the-top.Standouts include the scorching blues infested "Second Wind", the slower, but not quite a ballad track "Coming Home", and the best Cinderella song of them all, and possibly the most glam track on the album, "Gypsy Road".

Standout Track:
"Gypsy Road" http://grooveshark.com/s/Gypsy+Road/rVp1R?src=5
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27.Reckless - Bryan Adams


Year Of Release: 1984

Tracklist:
1.One Night Love Affair
2.She's Only Happy When She's Dancin'
3.Run To You
4.Heaven
5.Somebody
6.Summer Of '69
7.Kids Wanna Rock
8.It's Only Love (w/Tina Turner)
9.Long Gone
10.Ain't Gonna Cry

Genre: AOR/Melodic Rock

Bryan Adams is probably not one that many people will like around here.But to me he is extremely great.His vocals are very unique and cool, as well as his piano and guitar playing abilities.Now as for the rest of the musicians, they are WAY to many to list here, so I'm just going to not go through every person that plays on this record.The drums are solid, the bass is nothing extraordinary, and the backing vocals are strong.This is definitely Bryan Adams at his best, and everyone should listen to it if you like 80's AOR.Summer Of '69 (though good), is probably the worst song on the album, so if you don't listen to it because of that, you are really missing out.Highlights include the rocker "Kids Wanna Rock", the best of the six smash hits on this record "Somebody", and the best Bryan Adams song of all time, "She's Only Happy When She's Dancin'", that has one of the catchy guitar riffs of all time.

Standout Track:
"She's Only Happy When She's Dancin'" http://grooveshark.com/s/She+s+Only+...n/2Mymsr?src=5
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBFi9QVIfgQ&t=1m11s
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