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Old 02-09-2008, 12:00 AM   #166
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I love both songs mentioned by Toto. I love a lot of Journey songs. I love a handful of Bon Jovi songs.

I also love a handful of Def Leppard songs.

What can I say? I'm a lover, not a fighter.
Sometimes we do not agree, but tonight, we do!



I also like "I Won't Hold You Back" by Toto. Go figure.
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I miiiiiiiiss the raaaaaaaaaains down in Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaafrica.

^

I sang it that way ALWAYS. No kidding.
At least that's better than...

I guess it rains down in Aaaaaaaaaaaafrica

That's how I used to sing it.
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Sometimes we do not agree, but tonight, we do!



I also like "I Won't Hold You Back" by Toto. Go figure.
And "Hold the Line".

Mainly I enjoyed it as part of the soundtrack for San Andreas.
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And "Hold the Line".

Mainly I enjoyed it as part of the soundtrack for San Andreas.
First "Surf's Up", now GTA???


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I also love a handful of Def Leppard songs.

My friends cousin was married to the one-armed drummer in the late 80's (she's the one who called the cops over domestic violence, leaving me to wonder how someone couldn't protect themselves against a guy with one arm, but I digress), and got us like 5th row seats for the Hysteria tour.

It was awesome, in all its frosted and shredded denim glory.
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Stage Fright is my favorite song of theirs, but I like Animal and Hysteria a lot.
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They were still opening with Stage Fright on that tour.

"I said welcome to my show!!!!"
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Euphoria was a great (but extremely underrated) comeback album by them in '99 or so.
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They were still opening with Stage Fright on that tour.

"I said welcome to my show!!!!"
My GF dragged me to a Z100 special concert at MSG in 1991 or so, and the 3 acts were:

Richard Marx

then

Bryan Adams

then

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Ahh you reminded me...

Hazard by Richard Marx is a great song!

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My GF dragged me to a Z100 special concert at MSG in 1991 or so, and the 3 acts were:

Richard Marx

then

Bryan Adams

then

Def Leppard

My friend was into all that stuff. I was more of a metalhead, so Def Leppard was about the lightest stuff I could tolerate.

I had about 25-30 Iron Maiden posters, covering every bit of space on my walls.

My favorites:




A politically-conscious song about the dangers of nuclear proliferation.






Gotta love the Star Wars/Clint Eastwood mixed homage.
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I never got into Metal....I was a U2/REM fan early on, and so I sought out bands like that. Echo and the Bunnymen, too, were favorites of mine back in the day.

Catherine Wheel, a band I love, was fronted by the cousin of Maiden's singer.
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Catherine Wheel, a band I love, was fronted by the cousin of Maiden's singer.
Yeah, I love CW, I like to forget this fact.
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Yeah, I love CW, I like to forget this fact.
How could you forget that shit???
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I learned that the first time I heard Catherine Wheel. The DJ was like "the lead singer is Bruce Dickinson's brother!" Or cousin, whatever.

They both have good singing voices, but Bruce has a more powerful set of pipes.

Bruce was also a competitive fencer, and wrote children's books. There's some trivia for ya.
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