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^ It's one of my favorite songs as well!

Top 5 with Bon:

- Walk All Over You

- Ride On

- Love Hungry Man

- Night Prowler

- Live Wire

+ If you want blood (You've got it)

Top 5 with Brian:

- Shoot to Thrill

- For Those About to Rock

- Thunderstruck

- Nervous Shakedown

- Let Me Put My Love Into You

+ What do you do for money honey

It would have been easier to choose 10 songs from each era, but...

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^ It's one of my favorite songs as well!

Top 5 with Bon:

- Walk All Over You

- Ride On

- Love Hungry Man

- Night Prowler

- Live Wire

+ If you want blood (You've got it)

Top 5 with Brian:

- Shoot to Thrill

- For Those About to Rock

- Thunderstruck

- Nervous Shakedown

- Let Me Put My Love Into You

+ What do you do for money honey

It would have been easier to choose 10 songs from each era, but...

I think my favorite AC/DC song's are Touch Too Much, Ride On, Jailbreak, Dirty Deeds, and Walk All Over You .

My most often played AC/DC album is Dirty Deeds followed closely by Highway to Hell. :)

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Oh yeah, I've been listening a lot to Touch Too Much these days.

Not too much of a Dirty Deeds fan though.

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The Hellacopters latest 7" single, Darling Darling / Baby Come (Sep 2008). I'll have it in the mail same day it is released. Can't wait to hear the non-album B-side.

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Here's a few CD's I just ordered from Amazon.com:

Alison Krauss-Forget About It

Atlantic Starr-Ultimate Collection

Babyface-Collection of Greatest Hits

Stevie Wonder: Song Review:Greatest Hits

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I purchased Witchcraft's latest album, The Alchemist, yesterday. They will be the support for Motörhead (!) when they play in Stockholm, not to bad I guess.

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I found this review at www.allmusic.com, really nice words about the album:

Black Sabbath is rightfully considered a trailblazer of the doom metal genre. But the next group in line to carry the doom torch was Pentagram, a U.S. band well versed in their Ozzy and Iommi-isms. While Pentagram never scaled the heights that the Sabs did, they certainly left their mark on countless subsequent bands throughout the world — especially Sweden's Witchcraft. On their third release overall, 2007's The Alchemist, the quartet continues attempting to turn the clock back to 1975 — Magnus Pelander's vocal delivery is an awful lot like Pentagram's Bobby Liebling, while the music would provide a fine soundtrack to a high school stoner's basement party — when the folks were out of town, the bong smoke was thick, and the black light posters were proudly on display. However, as with most doom metallists, quite a few bits have a certain familiarity to them — case in point, "If Crimson Was Your Colour," which contains a riff reminiscent of Megadeth's "Symphony of Destruction," while "Hey Doctor" contains the same drum breakdown in the middle of Sabbath's Vol. 4 obscurity "Under the Sun/Every Day Comes and Goes." But the group also shows they aren't afraid of laying down a Wolfmother-esque groove from time to time, as evidenced by the opening of "Samaritan Burden." Doom metal continues to thrive in the early 21st century, as evidenced by the emergence of Witchcraft.

http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&a...10:difwxzuhldje

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Just noticed it has a misprint on the back, in one of the song names.

I also bought the Moonwalker DVD, only $22.50 for both.

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Just noticed it has a misprint on the back, in one of the song names.

I also bought the Moonwalker DVD, only $22.50 for both.

Used to listen to MJ a lot. When I was a baby, the video tape with MJ playing Black or White and that M&M's commercial were the only things that stopped me from crying. My mom used that tape to hypnotize me :D .

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Used to listen to MJ a lot. When I was a baby, the video tape with MJ playing Black or White and that M&M's commercial were the only things that stopped me from crying. My mom used that tape to hypnotize me :D .

Yeah, he's getting me through school. I grew up on the Jackson 5.

My mum could only get us to sleep playing Billy Idol! :o

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Evita - the 1976 studio concept recording with Julie Covington as Eva. I'd forgotten how good it is. Probably the last thing Andrew Lloyd Webber wrote worth listening to.

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I've purchased a couple of great and rare singles:

The Others - I Can't Stand This Love Goodbye / Until I Heard It From You (1965)

This is a classic 60's moody punk rocker with members that later was to form Chelsea with Peter Criss on drums (Kiss). Check out the song and discography right here

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Bobby (Boris) And The Crypt Kickers - Monster Mash / Monster's Mash Party (1962)

Leon Russell was in The Crypt Kickers.

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Fontella Bass - Rescue Me / Soul Of A Man (1965)

Classic soul hit!

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Max Frost And The Troopers - The Shape Of Things To Come / Free Lovin' (1968)

Cool punk rocker which was on the soundtrack to Wild In The Streets.

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A bunch of classic singer/songwriter and country LP's.

Jerry Jeff Walker - "Mr Bojangles" ATCO 1968

Jerry Jeff Walker - "Five Years Gone" Atco 1969

Norma Jean - "Let's Go All the Way" RCA/Victor 1964

Norma Jean - "Pretty Miss Norman Jean" RCA/Vic 1965

Norma Jean - "Please Don't Hurt Me" RCA/Vic 1966

Norma Jean - "Body and Soul" RCA/Vic 1967

Loretta Lynn - "Blue Kentucky Girl" Decca 1965

Loretta Lynn - "Singin' With Feelin" Decca 1967

Loretta Lynn - "Fist City" Decca 1968

John Prine - "John Prine" Atlantic 1971

John Hartford - "The Love Album" RCA/Victor 1968

John Hartford - "Mark Twang" Flying Fish 1976

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I browsed through Blockbuster and got...

Kill Bill vol 1 & 2

A Clockwork Orange

Lords of Dogtown

10 things I hate about you

Casanova

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I browsed through Blockbuster and got...

Kill Bill vol 1 & 2

A Clockwork Orange

Lords of Dogtown

10 things I hate about you

Casanova

I've been trying to watch A Clockwork Orange for months, heard it's great!

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I've been trying to watch A Clockwork Orange for months, heard it's great!

It was my boyfriend in highschool that turned me on to it. At first watch I was a bit hesitant about liking it, but it grew on me. He was also responsible for Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

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The Rolling Stones - Aftermath

Ian Hunter - Shrunken Heads

The best of Wilson Pickett

Daniel Powter - Daniel Powter

Drive By Truckers - A Blessing and a Curse

Drive By Truckers - Brighter than Creations Dark

ELO - Out of the Blue

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Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue - André Previn and the London Symphony Orchestra

It's got Rhapsody in Blue (obviously), the American in Paris Ballet, and the three Piano Concertos in F. Good stuff! I love Gershwin.

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