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29. Jan. 2010, 21:50 von Arthur_LimaEm ordem alfabética, da minha biblioteca do pc, farei uma homenagenzinha àqueles álbuns que mais me agradam. :D Vou adicionando aos pouquinhos. E upgrades serão feitos quando eu achar necessário mudar algo.
01. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Californication
01. Around the World
02. Parallel Universe
03. Scar Tissue
05. Get on Top
10. I Like Dirt
11. This Velvet Glove
13. Purple Stain
14. Right on Time
15. Road Trippin'
Uma das primeiras bandas que eu realmente curti, e graças principalmente à faixa-título(uma das primeiras músicas que me incentivaram a aprender as letras e a tentar interpretá-las) e à primeira faixa desse incrivel álbum que marca o retorno do RHCP à fábrica de singles de sucesso que sempre foi. Marca também uma novo rumo na banda, maior maturidade por assim dizer, mas sem perda de qualidade. …
6. Jan. 2009, 20:08 von icarus4321My first memories of music are from the late 80's. My dad played guitar and bass in a band and spent a fair amount of time listening to rock music. I would always watch him and his band play and I developed a strong tie to music from that early point. They played all kinds of stuff from Ted Nugent, Rush, Van Halen, etc. I always had a guitar of my own lying around when I was young, but never really thought about seriously playing until many years later. In the early 90's, my dad was focused more on his career than music, so I was exposed to far less music at that point. I became really interested in metal through Whitesnake at a very young age (somehow obtained the self-titled cassette when I was 3), but it took nearly ten years for my knowledge of the genre to grow any further. I always showed promise as a musician. When I was in elementary school, I could listen to a song and sit down at a piano and learn it without any training of any sort. …
24. Dez. 2008, 23:09 von maidenhellMetal Maiden Hell's Best Albums Ever 1966-2008
AC/DC Back in Black
AC/DC Highway to Hell
Accept Balls to the Wall
Accept Restless And Wild
Acid Bath When the Kite String Pops
ADX Division Blindée
AeonAeonRise To Dominate
Aerosmith Hot Rocks
Aerosmith Toys in the Attic
Agalloch The White EP
Alice Cooper Along Came a Spider
Alice Cooper Love It to Death
Alice Cooper Trash
Alice Cooper Welcome to My Nightmare
Alice in Chains Alice in Chains
Alice in Chains Dirt
Amok Downhill Without Brakes
Amorphis The Karelian Isthmus
Ancient Grease Women and Children First
Annihilator Alice in Hell
Anthrax Among The Living
Arch EnemyDoomsday Machine
Archaic Time Has Come To the Envy the Dead
Ashkan In From the Cold
Asphyx The Rack
At the Gates The Red Sky Is Ours
At the Gates slaughter of soulEarache
Atheist Unquestionabl Presence
Atomic Rooster Atomic Rooster
1. Dez. 2008, 3:20 von sablespecterGuns 'N' Roses / Welcome To The Jungle / Appetite For Destruction (1) / Jul 1987
sablespecter's Album of the Year for 1987 (RDF: 100%)
Outside of L.A., did anyone see these guys coming? We hear new artists/albums/songs on the radio all the time (less that I care about these days versus back then), and most of the time I can't recall details of exactly what I was doing at the time I first heard some band or song, but I do remember exactly where I was and what I was doing the first time I heard this: in my car, on the way to pick up my girlfriend sometime that summer before senior year. There were no singles from this album until 1988, but thank the stars for Z-Rock, because they played cuts from this that summer, leading off with today's album-opener selection. I usually don't buy an album after hearing just one song, but in this case I didn't even wait to hear that one song a second time. Once was enough for me. This is the only time ever that I decided to get something after I heard only one song, the first time. …
19. Jun. 2008, 0:22 von RyanGarwoodI - How did I get into 30?
Mom actually played this one in the car on a trip from Purdue and told me if I liked shitty hair metal, this was a must.
She was right.
II - What is the first song I ever heard by 22?
Probably "Ballroom Blitz" watching Wayne's World.
III - What is my favourite lyric by 29?
Truth be told, my favorite Sonata song is a cover of a kickass Scorpions song, so I'll have to go with my next favorite, "FullMoon" from Ecliptica:
She should not lock the open door
(run away run away, run away)
Fullmoon is on the sky and he's not a man anymore
sees the change in him but can't
(run away run away, run away)
Not especially deep, but it's an infectious chorus.
IV - What is my favourite album by 49?
My favorite album is Forever Blue. It's the only one I have (that's not a Best of), but it's very moody.
V - How many albums by 13 do I own?
30. Mai. 2008, 22:40 von sablespecterBlue Murder / "Sex Child" / Blue Murder(2) / Apr 1989
Artist: Blue Murder
Original Album: Blue Murder
Track: Sex Child
After reading & discussing my love of the first Fantastic Friday selection, Thunder and Lightning, Kris pointed me to Blue Murder, which is the group that John Sykes formed with Carmine Appice on drums and Tony Franklin (The Firm) on bass after he (Sykes) was summarily dumped from Whitesnake by David Coverdale after merely supplying all the great guitar work on the 1987 Whitesnake album! Well!
Smart move by Geffen Records to get Sykes signed and hooked up with the veterans, because they immediately started turning out some heavy riffs and great blues-influenced hard rock here! It sounds a bit dated now, mostly due to Bob Rock's overblown production, and so it is very much "of its time" but the songwriting is strong and you can't denounce the musicianship.
(However, Geffen should have seriously considered also hiring somebody to give the band some sound sartorial advice…
14. Mär. 2008, 7:01 von martini_00
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