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Re: Your favourite albums

Postby stratattack » Fri Jan 06, 2006 11:54 am

YJM; odysey
George Lynch; Sacred Groove
Dream Theater Images and words.
Badlands ; Voodoo Highway
Anything with Tommy Bolin
anything with Joe Lyne Turner
Queensryche; Operation mind crime
Vinnie Moore ;Minds eye
FRank Gambale; Thunder from Down under
Gary Hoey; Hocus Pocus
Steve Morse Dixie dregs Greatest.
any Queen record or Brain may solo thing will do
the essetial SRV.
Jimi Hendrix are you Experienced
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Re: Your favourite albums

Postby Stargazer » Fri Jan 06, 2006 12:20 pm

MetalHead wrote:Beast from the east is one of the best live albums I ever heard ;)


Yeah I love how George makes the Breaking The Chains solo better than the studio version too. Don's vocals are flawless and George's solos are amazing.

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Re: Your favourite albums

Postby MetalHead » Fri Jan 06, 2006 12:36 pm

Especially "Into the fire" :D
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Re: Your favourite albums

Postby mrmetal » Fri Jan 06, 2006 12:43 pm

I always thought Don Dokken was one of the worst vocalists in metal. Every time I saw them live, he was terrible. On studio albums he was great, but I really didn't care for that nasal tone he had. Maybe I always caught him during an off-night...I don't know. Oni Logan sounds tons better to me. I liked Wicked Sensation more than all Dokken albums combined.

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Re: Your favourite albums

Postby MetalHead » Fri Jan 06, 2006 12:57 pm

well, Don Dokken isn't what's great in Dokken ;)
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Re: Your favourite albums

Postby Moose6 » Fri Jan 06, 2006 2:23 pm

Don Dokken had nothing to do with Dokken being great!!! Oni Logan was really good in Wicked Sensation. That was a great album too.

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Re: Your favourite albums

Postby MetalHead » Fri Jan 06, 2006 2:31 pm

Moose6 wrote:Don Dokken had nothing to do with Dokken being great!!!


That's what I said ;)
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Re: Your favourite albums

Postby PoetsandMadmen » Fri Jan 06, 2006 2:59 pm

I like Don, period. I respect the fact that he's stayed true to what he does and has tried to keep the band going over the years.

I enjoyed both Erase the Slate and Hell To Pay for recent efforts, but Back for the Attack was their best IMO.

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Re: Your favourite albums

Postby MetalHead » Fri Jan 06, 2006 3:57 pm

PoetsandMadmen wrote:I respect the fact that he's stayed true to what he does and has tried to keep the band going over the years.


That doesn't mean he's a good singer ;)
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Re: Your favourite albums

Postby PoetsandMadmen » Sun Jan 08, 2006 10:31 am

MetalHead wrote:
PoetsandMadmen wrote:I respect the fact that he's stayed true to what he does and has tried to keep the band going over the years.


That doesn't mean he's a good singer ;)


Well, I agree. I don't think Don is the best vocalist known to man, but he's not the worst either.

Ozzy isn't technically great either, but I enjoy listening to his solo stuff.

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Re: Your favourite albums

Postby joshuajbeard » Sat Jan 14, 2006 2:20 am

Here are a few of mine(in no special order)

1.Ozzy Osbourne-The Ultimate Sin

2.Megadeth-Rust In Peace

3.Judas Priest-Painkiller

4.Metallica-Master of Puppets

5.Dio-Holy Diver

6.Nevermore-The Polotics of Ecstacy

7.Yngwie Malmsteen-Facing the Animal

8.Jason Becker-Perpetual Burn

9.King Diamond-Them

10.Queensryche-Operation Mindcrime

Ofcourse there are about 500 more lol.....

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Re: Your favourite albums

Postby Rock » Sat Jan 14, 2006 2:57 am

Stargazer wrote:Right now....

1.Rainbow- Rising
2.Dio- Magica
3.Rainbow- Long Live Rock N Roll
4.Ozzy- Tribute
5.Ozzy- The Ultimate Sin
6.Dokken- Beast From The east
7.Dio- Lock Up The Wolves
8.Dio- Sacred Heart
9.Dio- Dream Evil
10.Black Sabbath- Mob Rules/Van Halen 1984(Tie)


Wheres Killing the dragon???? One of the best DIO albums ever, doug kiks ass on that album. :)

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Re: Your favourite albums

Postby Gutterflower » Sat Jan 14, 2006 12:35 pm

Hey, everyone...my first post. Top 5 favorite albums (this week):

1. Badlands s/t

2. Velvet Revolver-Contraband

3. Soundgarden-Badmotorfinger

4. HSAS-Through The Fire

5. Goo Goo Dolls-Superstar Carwash

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Re: Your favourite albums

Postby crisguitar » Sat Jan 14, 2006 1:24 pm

hmmmm...i will say..but not in any particular order!
1. alice cooper- hey stupid
2.ozzy osbourne- bark at the moon
3.ozzy osbourne-ultimate sin
4.ozzy- diary of a madman
5.judas priest-turbo lover
6.kiss-crazzy nights
7.vain-no respect
8.extreme-poronografitti
9.warrant
10.ratt
11.whitsnake-slip of the tounge an one song called still of the night..ps does any1 no how vandenburg does that violin piece in the song or is it a violin?
12.dokken-album with the claw hand lol
oh an poison look what the cat dragged in

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Re: Your favourite albums

Postby Gutterflower » Sat Jan 14, 2006 2:10 pm

crisguitar wrote:11.whitsnake-slip of the tounge an one song called still of the night..ps does any1 no how vandenburg does that violin piece in the song or is it a violin?
12.dokken-album with the claw hand lol
oh an poison look what the cat dragged in


The Dokken claw hand album is TOOTH AND NAIL.

and in Still of the Night, Vandenberg used a violin bow on his guitar, like Jimmy Page on Dazed and Confused. But each time I saw Whitesnake in concert, I think it was prerecorded because I saw Adrian go and hit a few buttons on a machine when it came time for that solo.

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