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Old 01-02-2004, 05:40 PM
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Here is one old magazine cover I kept over the years for a picture on the back.
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Old 01-02-2004, 05:49 PM
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Ol' Don Dokken could really belt out those broken hearted "love ballads" huh? BIG Dokken fan...Yer gonna chit when I tell you I just listened to "Tooth and Nail" last week! They just don't build kick you in the balls/win at any cost/take no prisoners music like this stuff anymore!
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Default 70's and 80's

Some of these are 'pop' but they all take me back!

Nazareth
Cheap Trick
Foghat
Aerosmith
Loverboy
Journey
Skynrd
Queen
Styx
Meatloaf
Steppenwolf
Baby's
ZZ Top
Al Stewart
America
ARS
Seger
Doobies
Three Dog Night
Toto
Kansas
ELO
Eagles
Foriegner
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Old 01-02-2004, 07:41 PM
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Hey Hyper, you like some Hagar huh? You need to find a CD by HSAS. There was only one. It was Sammy Hagar, Neal Schon, Kenny Aronson and Michael Shreive. Talk about a kick butt CD.
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I'd rather listen to Stevie Ray Vaughn or ZZTop. Like ZZ top said,,,,,"why play two notes when one will do?"
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She was the First true sexy Blonde for me B4 Pam Anderson No offense daizy duke
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Hair like a '57 Chevy? Flock of Seagulls?
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Originally posted by Fever Mike
I also played drums with a 80's country star. He was on the Urban Cowboy sound track. Take a guess!
Johnny Lee???

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My opinion is its probably the worst decade of music.......
(with the exception of the invention of MTV) BUT, cause of the my age/time period, there are a lot of songs and bands that I like and bring me back to special times.
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