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There have been many documented all time performances and moments in rock and roll history that all music fans should see and appreciate. I'll throw some up periodically. Feel free to help me out with yours.

The Doors, A few of Jim Morrison's wildest memorable moments.

Someone Else? / Re: 2018 New Releases
« on: May 18, 2018, 05:09:42 PM »
Here’s a new one that sounds interesting - Ultraphonix, with Corey Glover from Living Colour and George Lynch on guitar.  Album on August 3.

First song “Walk Run Crawl”

Not a huge fan of Living Colour but they have a handful of good songs, this song kicks ass. I like that one. Good drums too  8)

Blues Greats / Re: Assorted Blues "Diamonds in the rough"
« on: May 18, 2018, 05:05:27 PM »
Johnny Winter; Mississippi Blues

Someone Else? / Re: Upcoming Concerts & Reviews
« on: May 16, 2018, 11:49:57 AM »
And yes, Bonnett sounded damn good at 70 in those Schenker Fest links, so I'm sure that was a great show  8)

Ratt at M3 Festival about six years ago when Pearcy rejoined the band. I thought he sounded like complete shit live. Great White with Terry Ilous or whatever his name is sucked ass as well.

Someone Else? / Re: Upcoming Concerts & Reviews
« on: May 16, 2018, 11:43:14 AM »
I recently went to see this band called My Son the Hurricane, a "14 piece brasshop beast from Toronto/Niagara" and holy cow these guys rip ass. Their poster made me think they were a ska band, but it's basically hip hop (an emcee who raps) with a band and live horns. It's really fucking good. They played a triple-header last month and I went to two nights. And the third night when I was doing something else, I wish I were seeing them again. Great live show, especially if you're into dancing, and just a great energy all around. I haven't been this excited about a live band in a while.
Birthday Cake:
Ain't My Style (live):
Bottles Into Money (live):

And they're coming back in August for another triple-header. I'm getting tickets for all three shows this time.

Those guys are actually pretty catchy and decent, I liked a few of those tunes.

70's & 80's Heavy Metal bands / Re: Guns n Roses
« on: May 14, 2018, 10:21:00 AM »
Here is the first one. Shadow of Your Love

Pretty bad ass tune  8)

Here is the original Hollywood Rose version

Singers & Songwriters / Re: Harry Nilsson
« on: May 14, 2018, 10:11:02 AM »
Love the Fuck You song  8)

70's & 80's Heavy Metal bands / Loudness
« on: May 14, 2018, 09:53:22 AM »
Lodness is a Japanese heavy metal band formed in 1981 by guitarist Akira Takasaki and drummer Munetaka Higuchi. They were the first Japanese metal band signed to a major label in the United States. They have released twenty six studio albums (5 in the US) and nine live releases by 2014. They have undergone numerous lineup changes with Takasaki being the only constant member. The band continued activity through the nineties, the finally reuniting the original lineup in 2001, that reunited lineup released seven more albums until 2008 when drummer Munetaka Higuchi died from liver cancer at age 49 and was replaced by Masayuki Suzuki.

Original lineup;
Akira Takasaki; guitars
Minuru Niihara; vocals   
Masayoshi Yomashita; bass
Munetaka Higuchi; drums

 The Birthday Eve (1981)
Devil Soldier (1982)
The Law of Devil's Land (1983)
Disillusion (1984)
Disillusion (1984) - English version
Thunder in the East (1985) No. 74 (US)
Shadows of War (1986)
Lightning Strikes (1986) - U.S. Remix of Shadows of War No. 64 (US)
Hurricane Eyes (1987) No. 190 (US)
Hurricane Eyes (1987) - Japanese Version
Soldier of Fortune (1989) No. 18 (JPN)
On the Prowl (1991) No. 7 (JPN)
Loudness (1992) No. 2 (JPN)
Heavy Metal Hippies (1994) No. 29 (JPN)
Ghetto Machine (1997) No. 65 (JPN)
Dragon (1998) No. 49 (JPN)
Engine (1999) No. 48 (JPN)
Spiritual Canoe (2001) No. 20 (JPN)
Pandemonium (2001) No. 27 (JPN)
Biosphere (2002) No. 45 (JPN)
Terror (2004) No. 88 (JPN)
Racing (2004) No. 60 (JPN)
Breaking the Taboo (2006) No. 129 (JPN)
Metal Mad (2008) No. 51 (JPN)
The Everlasting (2009) No. 42 (JPN)
King of Pain (2010) No. 21 (JPN)
Eve to Dawn (2011) No. 36 (JPN)
2012 (2012) No. 33 (JPN)
The Sun Will Rise Again (2014) No. 29 (JPN)
Samsara Flight (2016)
Rise to Glory (2018)

Crazy Nights;

Soul on Fire from the new release Rise To Glory 2018

Thunder in the East live 1985 full show

Live 1983 Tokyo full show

Thunder In The East (full album)

Let it go;
Heavy Chains;


70's & 80's Heavy Metal bands / Re: Anthrax
« on: May 14, 2018, 09:40:20 AM »
Two great Anthrax covers that do major justice to the original releases. The first is a bit of a surprise and nicely done.

Carry on Wayward Son (Kansas cover);
Neon Knights (Black Sabbath cover);

70's & 80's Heavy Metal bands / Laaz Rockit
« on: May 14, 2018, 09:34:56 AM »
Laaz Rockit is a thrash metal band formed in 1982 in San Francisco, CA. Although they were one of the lesser known groups of the bay area thrash scene, each album in their career has earned high critical marks. During their initial run from 1982 until their breakup in the early nineties the band released five studio albums and one live album beginning with the 1984 debut City's Gonna Burn. A reunited Laaz Rockit made some concert appearances in 2005 and a live dvd titled Live Untold was released in 2006. In 2008 the band released a new studio album Left for Dead on German label Massacre Records. In 2011 the band opened for Metallica on the third concert of their 30th anniversary party at the Fillmore. Original drummer Victor Agnello died in 2014 after a battle with Leukemia.

  As of the present, the bands status is unknown. Though a hiatus or breakup has never been announced, they have been inactive since opening for Metallica in 2011. Their website has ceased to exist since March 2017. Despite this t
here have been reports that band may be working on a follow up to Left for Dead.   

The original lineup remained consistent on their first four albums and was;
Michael Coons- vocals
Aaron Jellum- guitars
Phil Kettner- guitars
Willie Lange- bass
Victor Agnello- drums

The lineup for  1991's Nothings Sacred was;
Michael Coons- vocals
Aaron Jellum- guitars
Scott Sargeant- guitars
Jon Torres- bass
Dave Chavarri- drums

their last album Left for Dead saw the original lineup reunited minus Victor Agnello, with Sky Harris on drums.

Fire In The Hole;
The Omen;
Last Breath;
Forced to Fight;
Mob Justice;
Silent Scream;
Last Breath;
Ghost in the Mirror;

Know Your Enemy (full album)
Annihilation Principal (full album)

Taste of Rebellion Live full show 1992

Spared from the Fire Live 1988

70's & 80's Heavy Metal bands / Re: Kingdom Come
« on: May 14, 2018, 09:02:40 AM »
Say what you will about Kingdom Come, but live, they were a blast! I saw them in August (opening for Scorpions) and Oct. 1988 (AZ. State Fair--- Halloween night) on their first tour.

Then in July 1989 (the In Your Face tour) they were third on a quadruple bill for "Black Sabbath's" Headless Cross tour: it was (in reality... :-[) The Tony Iommi Experience, W.A.S.P., Kingdom Come and Silent Rage. I bought front row tickets, which were $17.50 if I recall correctly.

However, this show (and eventually the entire tour) was quickly cancelled after a dozen shows due to an alarming lack of ticket sales. The Phoenix show reportedly sold 100 tickets at a long-gone outdoor venue (the horrible Compton Terrace... >:D) where 16,000 was usually the limit.  C:-)

Instead, Kingdom Come played their own gig (on the same date) and brought Warrant with them, to a smaller venue of course. Both bands killed it! To this day, it remains one of the most enjoyable live shows of that "era" for me. Good times.  :)

Wow, I can't believe a tour featuring Black Sabbath (even if in name only), WASP, and Kingdom Come in 1989 was cancelled due to lack of ticket sales. That is surprising to me.

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