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Posted: 5/4/2001 10:03:55 PM EDT
i'm burning napster downloads. love 80s classic rock, what are some good ones? so far i got rush - tom sawyer and limelight blue oyster cult - burning for you, godzilla and don't fear the reaper golden earing - twilight zone and radar love queen - another one bites the dust billy squire - stroke romantics - talkin in your sleep j geils band - centerfold styx - mr. roboto blondie - call me sniff n the tears - drivers seat clash - rock the casbah fixx - one thing leads to another and red skys knack - my sharona tom petty - refugee henleys - dirty laundry i was about four when most of these came out so i don't know what is really good. i'm not into the hard stuff like ac/dc or aerosmith but zepplin is kinda cool. i'm more into the fast times at ridgemont high soundtrack kinda stuff. what's cool?
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:05:52 PM EDT
Different type of Music, but check out "Silent Running" by Mike + The Mechanics. Lyrics to live by in the coming bad times...
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:10:49 PM EDT
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Asia-Heat of the moment John Couger-Life goes on Pat Benatar-Heartbreaker Joan Jett-I Love rock and roll Putting nomex undies on.... Flock of Seagulls-I Ran & If I had a photograph(wishing)
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:10:50 PM EDT
Bob Seger Eddie Money
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:11:17 PM EDT
cool, did you get the email? did i do it right this time?
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:12:13 PM EDT
Originally Posted By steyrgirl: cool, did you get the email? did i do it right this time?
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Perfectly. Thank You.
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:13:08 PM EDT
song titles please, i don't know this stuff by artist. except flock of seagull "i ran" i have that and it's cool but it's really new wave. that is gonna be a separate cd.
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:13:44 PM EDT
black betty - ram jam mississippi queen - mountain oh well - fleetwood mac sex with your parents - lou reed fall of the peacemakers - molly hatchet bridge of sigh - robin trower woke up this morning - "sopranos theme" mexican blackbird - zz top train train - blackfoot theme to gilligans island
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:14:17 PM EDT
so treetop, is the girl in that picture the same one you have now?
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:18:57 PM EDT
First time hope it works, how about these, Donnie Iris - Ah Leah Nick Lowe - Cruel To Be Kind Greg Kihn - The Breakup Song/ Jeopardy
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:19:42 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By steyrgirl: so treetop, is the girl in that picture the same one you have now?
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If you mean the pics I e-mailed you, then Yes. Almost 2 and a half years, and we're "living in sin". [}:D] If you mean the girls in the other thread, then No. I've been with one of them, but long before my current girl. [edited to say:] I hope you don't mean the mannequin in my "picture test" thread.[;)] But I still have her, too.
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:20:23 PM EDT
Pat Benatar - Heartbreaker is classic; it just f'ing kicks ass. Cheap Trick - Surrender, I Want You to Want Me Peter Frampton - Do You Feel Like I do Joe Jackson - Is She Really Going Out With Him, Sunday Papers Fleetwood Mac - (just about everything they did...)
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:20:56 PM EDT
You must listen to very loud, Bruce Cockburn album Stealing fire Favorite song: Who put the bullet hole in peggy's kitchen wall; also a good song about what to do if you have a rocket launcher
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:20:58 PM EDT
Geez, you NEED help. Get over here and put these headphones on NOW! [:)] No flame, but so far you have listed what I consider some of the WORST tunes by the most mediocre bands, and I don't know where to start. J. Geils Centerfold? [puke] Actually, their heyday was in the 70's, and Full House, the live CD, was their best (just a bar band when you get down to it). We already discussed BOC, another 70's band for the most part. But if you like these songs then I may not be able to save you. Your ears have been corrupted and mutated by the evil music schlock mediocrity conspiracy, and it might be too late! [:D] Don Henly? Styx? puleeeeze make it stop!!!!
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:28:09 PM EDT
Well, am I glad I walked in at th right moment. Napster, sadly, has gon through all of the top-40 stuff and has started effectively filtering a lot of good 70's and 80's. I've got 13gigs of this kind of good stuff. I'd be happy to share with anyone on the board via CD-r or usenet, or direct transfer, especially those revealing themselvs to be sweet young things with whom I can shamelessly flirt. To start very basically on your list: I think you'd like 70's too... Rush - try also "closer to the heart" Queen - oh, so many... "crazy little thing called love", "Bohemian rhapsody", "Somebody to love" Billy Squier - "Lonely is the night" "Everybody wants you" J Geils band - "Must of got lost" "Freeze Frame", "Love Stinks" Clash - "Should I stay or should I go" Don Henley - "Boys of Summer", "All she wants to do is dance" Tom Petty - "Mary Jane's last dance" I think you'd like: John Cougar Mellencamp, Some Billy Joel, some Elton John, Bad Company, Foreigner, Billy Idol, Bob Seeger,Bruce Springsteen, Bryan Adams, Dir Straits, and many, many more. Snd me an e-mail @ snowmaster@cybermail.net
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:28:30 PM EDT
Zeppelin...any Floyd....magnificent sound of thunder Steely Dan....royal scam Moody Blues....every boy deserves favor.........Pink floyd.....the wall........Bruce hornsby....the way it is.........charlie daniels......windows/fire on the mountain............micheal mcdonald.......no looking back.......restless heart...big dreams in a small town..............sting...ten sommoner`s tales................eagles....hell freezes over....................we have more.....[smoke]
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:29:54 PM EDT
The best of Van Morrison.......David Allen Coe............[smoke]
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:30:54 PM EDT
Originally Posted By TREETOP:
Originally Posted By steyrgirl: so treetop, is the girl in that picture the same one you have now?
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If you mean the pics I e-mailed you, then Yes. Almost 2 and a half years, and we're "living in sin". [}:D] If you mean the girls in the other thread, then No. I've been with one of them, but long before my current girl. [edited to say:] I hope you don't mean the mannequin in my "picture test" thread.[;)] But I still have her, too.
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i was wondering if the girl in the picture on the other thread was the same girl in the picture you emailed me. but you say she isn't. and i won't comment on the mannequin. i mean i've heard of threesomes but...
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:31:31 PM EDT
Ok I'm going way out on a limb, I like the carpenters, anybody else?
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:42:21 PM EDT
It looks like you're more into the late-70's early-80's than classic rock, which is normally the early to mid-70's. But that's cool, the 80's had some good stuff as well. Zeppelin - dye'r maker (sp), gallows pole, ramble on, tangerine, houses of the holy (album), lemon song, babe I'm gonna leave you, the song remains the same (live album), anything off Led Zeppelin 3 or 4. Kansas - carry on my wayward son, dust in the wind, etc. Hall & Oates - Rich girl, Sarah smile, She's gone (70's pop, but good pop). Alphaville - Forever young (the 80's mantra). Boston - late 70's. More than a feeling, long time, smokin', peace of mind. And may I suggest "low rider" by War for those nights when you're really wasted.
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:44:35 PM EDT
I made one the other day. Kinda goofy 80`s. I play it at work some times to drive people CRAZY. 1.The buggles Video killed the radio star 2.Falco Der Kommissar 3.Men at work Who can it be now 4.The romantics What I like about you 5.Missing persons Mental hopscotch 6.Village people Y.M.C.A 7.Eurythmics Sweetdreams 8.Tommy Tutone 8675309 (jennny) 9.Gary Numan Cars 10.Huey Lewis Wanna new drug 11.Maddness One Step Beyond 12.Men Without hats saftey dance 13.Dexy midnite runners Come on Eileen 14.Nena 99 red balloons 15.Peter gabriel Shock the monkey 16.Stray cats Stray cat strut 17.Styx Mr Roboto 18.Talking heads Once in a lifetime
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 10:58:18 PM EDT
Originally Posted By RipMeyer: I made one the other day. Kinda goofy 80`s. I play it at work some times to drive people CRAZY. 1.The buggles Video killed the radio star 2.Falco Der Kommissar 3.Men at work Who can it be now 4.The romantics What I like about you 5.Missing persons Mental hopscotch 6.Village people Y.M.C.A 7.Eurythmics Sweetdreams 8.Tommy Tutone 8675309 (jennny) 9.Gary Numan Cars 10.Huey Lewis Wanna new drug 11.Maddness One Step Beyond 12.Men Without hats saftey dance 13.Dexy midnite runners Come on Eileen 14.Nena 99 red balloons 15.Peter gabriel Shock the monkey 16.Stray cats Stray cat strut 17.Styx Mr Roboto 18.Talking heads Once in a lifetime
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rip, we could hang out together. except you would have to lose huey lewis and stray cats. but thank you, i had forgot all about madness and talking heads.
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 11:07:23 PM EDT
Dramarama- Anything, Anything DeadorAlive-You Spin Me Right Round Bangels-Hazy Shade of Winter Aerosmith-if you ask me pick any, might not be your style though I'm curious, what kind of connection you have? Personally, I feel I'm not really getting my money's worth out of this cable modem I've got sitting here now that Napster is virtually worthless. I'm gonna try Gnutella or OpenNap soon I think, they are decentralized versions of Napster but they take a bit more care to use, with Gnutella if you're not careful you could end up sharing more than the MP3 files like say certain photographs you don't want getting out. Napster is MP3 only which made it kinda safer to use.
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 11:12:16 PM EDT
56K but going to dsl. already have hazy shade of winter, cool jam. only thing i hate about nap is they have to mispell it to keep it on. so you have to figure out how a idiot would spell it if you want it.
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 11:23:47 PM EDT
If you can get cable in your area, ditch dsl. With cable, real late at night you can get up to 1 mb a second downloads. Of course, it depends on how many of your neighbors are on the hub and how late they stay up.
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 11:23:48 PM EDT
Blonde And everyones favorit Donny Osmond.
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 11:27:20 PM EDT
You think that's bad, you should see the idiots on the web who write in what they call "elite" or "hacker" by using symbols instead of letters. "wild" would look something like "'//!ld" or worse Ain't the internet fabulous? Hehe, forgot a song, how about Josie Cotton "Johnny, are you queer?" Also, I forgot who sang it orginally, "Kids In America" is a decent song from back then, "LEN" does a cover of that song but I forget who did the original. I've got a bit of 80s stuff on my computer but it's nothing like what my buddy has on his work machine, about 8 gigs worth that they share on their network that has around 50-60gigs of music on it. I barely have a gig worth of music total. Most of my stuff that I've downloaded from Napster is country, hard rock, and some bagpipes. Just wondering, Treetop and SteyrAUG both probably are familiar with it, but have you listened to any of the old "Ministry" tracks?
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 11:50:02 PM EDT
Yeah, "Everyday is Halloween" was another of the great anthems of the 80's. I think Live 105 (SF Bay Area) got 10 years out of that song.
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 11:51:48 PM EDT
It sustained me through the better part of highschool, then I finally got a CD player and I never updated my library of Ministry songs from tape to CD. I do have a couple of them on my computer though, if I want to listen to all the songs I go back and grab the tapes and throw them in the home system. Stuff will melt your brain if you turn it up loud enough.
Link Posted: 5/5/2001 12:07:41 AM EDT
For a real brain melt, come over and I'll park my 100 wt. Marshall half-stack in front of you and crank the Strat. It doesn't get any better than that!
Link Posted: 5/5/2001 12:13:45 AM EDT
Classic 80's Rock? 4yrs. old in the 80's. Goddamn, when did I get old? Uh,just about anything from Van Halen in the 80's rocks(David Lee Roth era).
Link Posted: 5/5/2001 12:14:02 AM EDT
I used to have about 400watts continous power in my old Ford Ranger, driving down the road at 50mph the road would vibrate before you when the base hit really hard. Got pretty interesting when the four channels would start doing some surround sound effects on you, it had pretty good imaging in that truck so that it was your own personal rock concert. Live music was the greatest. Kinda been missing having a sound system in my truck but the collection of firearms is nice to have. Now my music tastes have really changed, it would be a riot to chase around some of the bassheads in this town while blasting some pipeband melodies from my truck. I know that bagpipes will cut through that bass line of theirs like a hot knife through butter, they can run but they can't escape me!
Link Posted: 5/5/2001 1:19:57 AM EDT
Huey Lewis - Walking on a thin line (I can NEVER turn the radio off when that one is on!) Load up on the Kinks Rush - 2112 Early Heart stuff Early Floyd (with Roger Waters) Roger Waters Solo (The Pros and COns of Hitchhiking is EXCELLENT) Roxy Music/Bryan Ferry ZZTop Foghat Don't forget something to laugh at: Dr. Demento - anything you can find. Ray Stevens Some Zappa Bob and Tom radio bits Uncle Larry radio bits Just a few of my picks... FFZ
Link Posted: 5/5/2001 2:05:52 AM EDT
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Took a look down westbound road, Right away, I had made my choice Headed out to my big two-wheeler, I was tired of my own voice Took a head on the northern plains, And just rolled that power on... Twelve hours out of Mackinaw City Stopped in a bar to have a brew Met a girl and we had a few drinks And I told her what I'd decided to do She looked out the window for a long, long moment Then she looked into my eyes She didn't have to say a thing I knew what she was thinking Roll, roll me away, Won't you roll me away tonight I too am lost, I feel double-crossed And I'm sick of what's wrong and what's right We never said a word, We just walked out and got on that bike And we rolled And we rolled clean out of site We rolled across the high plains Deep into the mountains Felt so good to me Finally feelin' free Somewhere along a high road The air began to turn cold She said she missed her home I headed on alone Stood alone on a mountain top, Staring out across the Great Divide I could go east, I could go west It was all up to me to decide Just then I saw a young hawk flying... And my soul began to rise And pretty soon My heart was singing Roll, roll me away, I'm gonna roll me away tonight Gotta keep rollin', gotta keep ridin', Gotta keep searchin' till I find what's right And as the sunset faded I spoke to the faintest first starlight And I said, next time Next time We'll get it right
Link Posted: 5/5/2001 4:49:25 AM EDT
I suggest you download these entire albums: London Calling; Clash Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables; Dead Kennedys Minor Threat; Minor Threat My War; Black Flag All the World's a Stage; Rush Every thing Metallica put out in the '80's The song "Anything, anything" by Dramarama was recently covered by Buck Cherry for the movie "Road Trip". Check it out.
Link Posted: 5/5/2001 5:48:36 AM EDT
Cream: White Room and Sunshine Of Your Love Boston: Foreplay/Long Time Adam Ant: Goody Two Shoes (my theme song) Blue Oyster Cult: Don't Fear The Reaper and Burning For You Peter Schilling: Major Tom The Hooters: And We Danced Wang Chung: Everybody Have Fun Tonight Genesis: Carpet Crawlers 1999' version Sarah Mclaghlan (spelling?) Angel Jackson Browne: Running On Empty Jay Arizona
Link Posted: 5/5/2001 6:14:31 AM EDT
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[b] Romantics Thats what I like about you[/B] [b] Psycho Killer- Talking Heads [/B] [b] Pride & Joy- Stevie Ray Vaughn [/B] [b] I melt with You- Modern English [/B] [b] China cat Sunflower - I know you rider- the Dead [/B] [b] Jimmy Olsen's Blues - Spin Doctors [/B] [b] Superman - R.E.M [/B] [b] Midnight Rider- Allman Brothers [/B] [b]Da Da Da - Trio [/B] [b] Talk to Ya Later - The Tubes [/B] [b] Mamas Don't Let... - Willie [/B] [b] Train in Vain - The Clash [/B] [B]Twilight Zone, by Golden Earring [/b] [b]Video Killed the Radio Star Buggles [/b] [b]Kung-Fu Fighting Bus Stop/Carl Douglas [/b] [b] Honorable Mention: American Pie Don McClean [/B]
Link Posted: 5/5/2001 6:27:49 AM EDT
This ought to get ya headed in different directions. Everyone needs to check out Southern Culture. They have their own sound. -Alice Cooper - Cold Ethel -Arlo Guthrie - Alices Restaurant -Black Crows - Jealous Again -Black Sabbath - Fairies Wear Boots -Blues Brothers - Rubber Biscuit -BTO - You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet -Chris Rhea - The Road To Hell -David Allen Coe - Jimmy Buffet Don't Live In Key West Any Mory -Deep Purple - Woman From Tokyo -Dixie Chicks - Goodbye Earl -Foghat - Fool For The City -Iron Butterfly - In a Gadda da Vida -Iron Maiden - Die With Your Boots On -John Denver - Thank GOD I'm A Country Boy ;^) -Judas Priest - You Got Another Thing Coming -Leftover Salmon - Gin and Juice -Lynyrd Skynyrd - Ballad of Curtic Lowe -Marshall Tucker Band - Fire On The Mountain -Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Mr. Bojangles -Red Knuckles and the TrailBlazers - Wigwam Wiggle -Robert Earl Keen - The Road Goes On Forever -Southern Culture On The Skids - Camel Walk FFH - One Of These Days (For Garandman)
Link Posted: 5/5/2001 6:36:38 AM EDT
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Asshole Sung by Dennis Leary (spoken) Folks, I'd like to sing a song about the American dream. About you, about me. About the way our American hearts beat Way down in the bottom of our chests. About that special feeling we get in the cockles of our hearts, Maybe below the cockles, maybe in the sub-cockle area, Maybe in the liver. Maybe in the kidneys. Maybe even in the colon - I don't know. (singing) I'm just a regular Joe, with a regular job. I'm your average white, suburbanite slob. I like football, and porno, and books about war. I've got an average house, with a nice hardwood floor. My wife, and my job, my kids and my car, My feet on my table - and a cuban cigar. But sometimes that's just not enough, To keep a man like me interested! (Oh no! No way! Uh uh!) No, I gotta go out and have fun, At someone else's expense! (Oh yeah! Yeah yeah! Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah!) I drive really slow, in the ultra-fast lane, While people, behind me, are goin' insane! I'm an asshole! (He's an asshole!) I'm an asshole! I'm an asshole! (He's a asshole! Such an asshole!) I use public toilets, and I piss on the seats. I walk around in the summertime sayin' "How about this heat?" I'm an asshole! (He's an asshole! What an asshole!) I'm an asshole! (He's the world's biggest asshole!) And sometimes I park, in handicapped spaces, While handicapped people, make handicapped faces! I'm an asshole! (He's an asshole!) I'm an asshole! I'm an asshole! (He's a real fucking asshole!) Maybe I shouldn't be singin' this song - Ranting and raving and carrying on. Maybe they're right when they tell me I'm wrong. . . . . NAHHHHH! I'm an asshole! (He's an asshole! What an asshole!) I'm an asshole! (He's the world's biggest asshole!) (spoken) You know what I'm gonna do? I'm gonna get myself a 1967 El Dorado convertible - Hot pink! With whale-skin hubcaps, an all-leather cow interior, and big brown baby seal eyes for headlights! Yeah! And I'm gonna drive down the highway at 100 miles an hour, Gettin' one mile per gallon, wolfin' down quarter pounder cheeseburgers from McDonalds That come in those old-fashioned, non-biodegradeable styrofoam containers. And when I'm done suckin' down those greaseball burgers, I'm gonna throw the containers right out the side, And wipe my mouth on the American flag, and there's not a God-damn thing anybody can do about it! You know why? Two words - nuclear fuckin' weapons! Russia, Germany, Romania, they can have all the democracy they want, They can have a big democracy cakewalk right through the middle of Tiennamen Square And it won't make a lick of difference, because we got the bombs. Okay? John Wayne's not dead, he's frozen! And when we find a cure for cancer, We're gonna thaw'r out the Duke and he's gonna be pretty pissed off! You know how pissed the Duke's gonna be? Have you ever taken a cold shower? Well multiply that by fifteen million and that's how pissed the Duke's gonna be. I'm gonna get the Duke, and Lee Marvin, and John Casavetti and a case of Whiskey, And I'm gonna drive down to Texas - (sung) I'm an asshole! (I'm an asshole!) I'm an ashole! I'm an asshole! (He's the world's biggest asshole!) A, S, S, H, O, L, E! Everybody! A, S, S, H, O, L, E! (trail into non-vocal chanting and barking)
Link Posted: 5/5/2001 8:32:51 AM EDT
Sonic Temple by the Cult. Download the whole album. Wake up in time for freedom baby!
Link Posted: 5/5/2001 10:06:36 AM EDT
Originally Posted By FreeFire Zone: Rush - 2112
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Most people won't like Rush epics the first time they hear them, simply because most people aren't used to having to pay attention to a song that's 18-21 minutes long. I always try to get people started out on Rush by giving them Permanent Waves, Moving Pictures, Power Windows, Hold Your Fire, etc - the songs are short enough to keep your attention, but still full of the technical perfection and virtuoso playing they've always been famous for.
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Yeah - what the hell happened in 84 or so when they came out with that "Heart" album? Drummer Mike Derosier, guitarist Roger Fisher, and bassist Steve Fossen left, and the band turned into a prequel of Wilson Phillips! Stick with anything from "Dreamboat Annie" to "Dog & Butterfly" if you want to hear REAL Heart. My picks are anything from Rush, anyhing from the original Kansas - from "Kansas" to "Audio-Visions", BOC up to and including the "Imaginos" album), any Zeppelin, and just about anything from Queen. I also like Styx, but nothing after "Pieces of Eight" did anything for me. They had some real rockers in their early years! Also, Triumph, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Dio, Rainbow (with Dio on vocals) and Anthrax if you want to try some harder stuff. It's all good!
Link Posted: 5/5/2001 11:06:25 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By NH2112:
Originally Posted By FreeFire Zone: Rush - 2112
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Most people won't like Rush epics the first time they hear them, simply because most people aren't used to having to pay attention to a song that's 18-21 minutes long. I always try to get people started out on Rush by giving them Permanent Waves, Moving Pictures, Power Windows, Hold Your Fire, etc - the songs are short enough to keep your attention, but still full of the technical perfection and virtuoso playing they've always been famous for.
Early Heart stuff
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Yeah - what the hell happened in 84 or so when they came out with that "Heart" album? Drummer Mike Derosier, guitarist Roger Fisher, and bassist Steve Fossen left, and the band turned into a prequel of Wilson Phillips! Stick with anything from "Dreamboat Annie" to "Dog & Butterfly" if you want to hear REAL Heart. My picks are anything from Rush, anyhing from the original Kansas - from "Kansas" to "Audio-Visions", BOC up to and including the "Imaginos" album), any Zeppelin, and just about anything from Queen. I also like Styx, but nothing after "Pieces of Eight" did anything for me. They had some real rockers in their early years! Also, Triumph, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Dio, Rainbow (with Dio on vocals) and Anthrax if you want to try some harder stuff. It's all good!
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AT LAST!!!! Some with a little musical taste!! I was starting to feel old what with all the talk about `80's "classic rock". I can remember there was a movement among true music die-hards in the late `70's to put an end to disco. I think I still have a "Disco Sucks" t-shirt somewhere. No sooner than disco died, here comes "New Wave". [puke] I almost had to quit listening to the radio for a while because that crap was all they were playing. Huey Lewis - Paleezz... Of course, then came rap. A few years ago I was in a club while on vacation and they were playing disco. Right away I noticed that, considering the garbage that came out later, it wasn't all that bad anymore. I'm no prude - nowadays I like Tool, Alice in Chains, Metallica, STP, but I'd like to physically beat up that little fag that sings for GreenDay.
Link Posted: 5/5/2001 9:10:53 PM EDT
I must have strange tastes in music. I liked disco, and the stuff they used to play on the radio in the 1980's. But to me the ultimate sound of the 80's was the Scorpion's "Love at First Sting" album. Loud, powerful, and heavy-duty without being too mean sounding. That "Eye 2 Eye" album the Scorps came out with a couple years back was totally lame in comparison. Pretty lame by any standard, I guess.
Link Posted: 5/5/2001 11:03:50 PM EDT
Heart- Barracuda
Link Posted: 5/6/2001 2:33:19 PM EDT
Do a search on "70s" or "80s" in the artist field. You'll get lots. That is how I started my huge collection. I have 3200 MP3's and have run out of stuff to D/L. There is only so much "geezer rock" out there! Have fun.
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Link Posted: 5/6/2001 3:55:24 PM EDT
Poison - Every Rose has it's Thorn. - that's a must have. Metallica is getting pretty classic to me [+]:D] I've got craploads of music, I'll put it on my ftp later, so everyone can enjoy :)
Link Posted: 5/6/2001 4:00:14 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 5/6/2001 4:39:35 PM EDT
You got it right when you picked Rush. They can teach you a lot about music......the more Rush you download, the better. Long Live Neil Peart!
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