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post Aug 16 2009, 03:11 AM
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83' I believe, remember this one? I was just starting to reach "that stage" in my life and loved this tune, as pretty much all the material off the album...



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post Aug 16 2009, 11:28 AM
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These are from 80's. I used to love this style and still makes me happy when I hear it






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post Aug 16 2009, 12:07 PM
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Accept! One of my alltime favorite bands, UDO rocks smile.gif

I saw UDO this summer actually, he was still great!

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QUOTE (Emir Hot @ Aug 16 2009, 06:28 AM) *
These are from 80's. I used to love this style and still makes me happy when I hear it







Firehouse! Now that brings back some memories. The band moved here to Charlotte, NC and I remember seeing them playing small clubs when they were called White Heat. Was actually two bands if I recall that merged and formed Firehouse.


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post Aug 16 2009, 07:06 PM
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Thank you for all this amazing videos! I had that Steleer album in cassette. It has a label that said "Yngwie at the age of 17". I'm amazed of the fact that Yngwie shows all the skills that made him famous as a guitar hero in this track. It's not imposible to play this at the age of 17 if you start to play the guitar young.. but he was inventing the neoclassical metal style. Killer!


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QUOTE (skennington @ Aug 16 2009, 04:35 PM) *
Firehouse! Now that brings back some memories. The band moved here to Charlotte, NC and I remember seeing them playing small clubs when they were called White Heat. Was actually two bands if I recall that merged and formed Firehouse.

Don't know about that history but I know that Firehouse was on charts and very very popular band. I still enjoy their great music smile.gif


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post Aug 18 2009, 02:37 AM
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When I was young, I was terribly metalhead who hated those glam and hard rock bands. Now I love them!!. It's strange how it works, isn't it?


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post Aug 29 2009, 04:02 AM
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OK, this video is just a few years before the 80's but this band still had a huge impact back then on Rock!

I thought this was a good find smile.gif



Sorry laugh.gif And another! biggrin.gif



Well the Wheel in the Sky kicks butt right? smile.gif



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Awesome memories there Jeff! Let me take you back with this one...



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Man that does bring back some memories bro!

Being a big Red Neck from these parts this became one of my favorites. smile.gif biggrin.gif



Enjoy, Good Night smile.gif

Well maybe one more, but that's it! laugh.gif smile.gif



This one means a lot to me.

Sorry for another post but this was one of my favorites and it took a while to find a good clip, Enjoy! smile.gif



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Does anybody remember these guys?...
It's a little pre-80s, but well,...




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This is a cool thread! I've been round the hard rock scene since I got my first record (actually it was a tape that mother gave me when we was on holiday, Deep Purple, Made In Japan... Yeah, Im THAT old...*lol*)
Anyway, all of us had heard Deep Purple, but I'm not sure that the younger players remember this guy.
He sure had a lot off impact to players that came after him, like Yngwie & the others. In the beginning of the eighties there was Van Halen, Gary Moore, Michael Schenker, Rainbow and maybe a couple of others. Then around 83/84 a new wave of hard-rock came that went out into metal instead. At least as I remember it.

The record that has a huge impact on me from that time was "Assault Attack", which I still have, but probably is worn out...... Michael Schenker was (and is) a great melodic player and was a member of UFO in the seventies before forming his own band with Gary Barden & Cozy Powell from Rainbow. Enjoy !





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Love that acoustic part!


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Awesome stuff guys!! Heard this one this morning on the way back from getting breakfast, from 78 or 79 I believe...This one always gets me going!



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It's time to bump this thread!

So, here you go! cool.gif smile.gif



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And another! tongue.gif smile.gif cool.gif


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOetaP5fIIQ...feature=channel









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And another one... I've always thought this band was a little underrated, certainly not the best but I felt they were better than they got credit for.



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