Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by eS.G., Nov 27, 2015.
I LOVE THE B C RICH DOUBLE NECK BASS IN THIS!!!
To quote a quote in this clip,
"Back in the 80's when women were worth writing songs like this for."
I bet here is one a good number of you haven't heard in a really long time.
This album rocked my world nicely when it came out too.
LMAO, Perfect lyrics for a 14 yr old boy in 1978,
" I was a young Bull, Stompin in the field!
When she walked past, I saw Red"
hey you found it !!!
Yup, I had some very significant additions I wanted to put here.
Scorpions, Another Piece of Meat off Love Drive
Another Scorps Album that anyone would know was the effort of a band that was bound to take their place in R n R history
Then there is the awesome Love At First Sting Album
I think this was the first Leppard song I ever heard,
Hate to say it, but Pete Willis F'd up. I can't even fathom the success he could have had and pissed away.
My Favorite song on the High N Dry album
LMAO @ MR ESG. I asked him to help me find this thread. After i told him I found it, he says,
"HA--- SON OF A BITCH---I started the damn thread!!!!! God I am getting old---- or I need to drink LESS."
Does this song apply?
OR perhaps Drink-----uhm MORE
Shoulda known better than to ask ME for help lol I will just lead you down a dark path to destruction (but you'll have fun till they strap ya in the chair)
LOL Speaking of Strapping in a chair. I actually have been contemplating heading to a barber for one of those Hot towel Stright razor shaves. The last time I had one was 15 years ago before my friend Pete the barber went blind.
Good thing you stopped BEFORE he went totally blind...........
I love how Halford says " I sometimes think that was the culprit..."
I am sure this has been posted before, but for those who have not seen it, ME included, here is Sabbath w Ozzie at Cal Jam
If anyone knows what model Laney heads Iommi is using way back then I would love the info. Mine is an 80's AOR and I am not too versed on Laneys other than the AOR's
Relic,, I also wanted to share this Dweezil Zappa story where he met the full service Eddie Van Halen
Here's an all woodwind version of that.
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