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Cactus - One way... or another


roger that, throbber-
Ya want some pulsing/blasting heavyrock, never overlook ANY Cactus albums- they're all killer!!
 
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ShadySam wrote:
throbbingpuppy wrote:
Cactus - One way... or another


roger that, throbber-
Ya want some pulsing/blasting heavyrock, never overlook ANY Cactus albums- they're all killer!!



You know it Shady Wink Other great albums in my book are:

AC/DC - Powerage (far better than back in black in my opinion)
Alice Cooper - Killer
Thin Lizzy - Jailbreak
 
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throbbingpuppy wrote:
AC/DC - Powerage


I love "Down Payment Blues"!!
And crank the daylights outta "You Drive Me Nervous" (killer) much to Mrs Shady's chagrin... Twisted Evil
 
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My vote is for Frampton Comes Alive. I have always been partial to live albums so my second choice would br Rush's All the Worlds A Stage followed by Nugent's Double Live Gonzo

Studio lp? Led Zeppelin or Black Sabbath's debuts
 
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vote #1: dragonfly
 
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ShadySam wrote:
vote #1: dragonfly


Speaking of another Dragonfly... Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush has some very killer albums of note. Maxoom, Strang Universe and Child of the Novelty are all great listening heavy psyche almost jazzy material. IV was not one of my favorites but Dragonfly was a highpoint. What's Next and Tales of the Unexpected (Norweigen Wood is such a sweet tune) are nice well rounded albums also

Live will just downright put a smile on your face Very Happy

Anybody got a joint? Thank you... Laughing
 
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Nevermind -Nirvana

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Rumplestiltskin
Yesterday's Children
The Maypole
Euclid
elf

i'm not done
 
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alice cooper- killer
alice cooper- billion $ babys
LORD SUTCH- and his heavy friends
DRAGONFLY (megaphone)
PLASMATICS- beyond valley of 1984
Lawrence Welk- music for loading your diapers to
 
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Second the Plasmatics - Beynod the Valley and raise you Plasmatics - New Hope for the Wretched. Those two rock my socks off every time.

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