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From GUITAR WORLD Feb. 1990:

1.Loudness - Disillusions
2.Accept - Restless and Wild
3.Yngwie Malmsteen - Rising Force
4.Van Halen - Fair Warning
5.Streets - Streets

Cool list :chew:


Thu Feb 24, 2011 3:06 pm
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Original pirate material, yer listening to the streets, lock down your ariel \m/

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Ask him now, and it won't even come close to this!

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Ask him now, and it won't even come close to this!


It would be all pop + one bluesy album imho.

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Lamer wrote:
Sir Robin wrote:
Ask him now, and it won't even come close to this!


It would be all pop + one bluesy album imho.


Are you listening to the same stuff you were 20 years ago? Hardly a surprise...


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It'd be something by Pat Travers, Robin Trower, The Beatles, Van Halen and ?
something like that

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Are you listening to the same stuff you were 20 years ago?


Yes, I still enjoy fine musical compositions such as Twinkle Twinkle Little Star or Marry Had A Little Lamb ;)

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Lamer wrote:
silentbob777 wrote:
Are you listening to the same stuff you were 20 years ago?


Yes, I still enjoy fine musical compositions such as Twinkle Twinkle Little Star or Marry Had A Little Lamb ;)


Bwahahahah!

Anyway, yeah, I do believe Paul's list would be quite different.

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silentbob777 wrote:
Lamer wrote:
Sir Robin wrote:
Ask him now, and it won't even come close to this!


It would be all pop + one bluesy album imho.


Are you listening to the same stuff you were 20 years ago? Hardly a surprise...


Can't speak for anyone else but I am. I'm still listening to the stuff I listened to 30 years ago too. In fact, I've listened to tunes off 4 out of 5 of the albums Paul listed in the last month.

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TheSurgeon wrote:
silentbob777 wrote:
Are you listening to the same stuff you were 20 years ago? Hardly a surprise...

Can't speak for anyone else but I am. I'm still listening to the stuff I listened to 30 years ago too. In fact, I've listened to tunes off 4 out of 5 of the albums Paul listed in the last month.

And would your favourite albums today be the same as 30 years ago? 20 years ago? That, after all, being the point...


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silentbob777 wrote:
TheSurgeon wrote:
silentbob777 wrote:
Are you listening to the same stuff you were 20 years ago? Hardly a surprise...

Can't speak for anyone else but I am. I'm still listening to the stuff I listened to 30 years ago too. In fact, I've listened to tunes off 4 out of 5 of the albums Paul listed in the last month.

And would your favourite albums today be the same as 30 years ago? 20 years ago? That, after all, being the point...


In a word, yes. Nothing that's come out since 1990 would be in my top 5.
My top five then and now
1. Van Halen - Van Halen
2. Screaming for Vengeance - Judas Priest
3. Back In Black - AC/DC
4. Master of Puppets - Metallica
5. Diary of a Madman - Ozzy

The order may have fluctuated slightly and the number 5 spot might change from time to time (Fair Warning might replace Diary). But it is essentially unchanged.

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My favourite albums from 20 years ago are still my favourite albums, the list has just grown. Paul would likely still consider those records to be among his all-time favourites. I mean, why not? But with the passing of time, hopefully, one's appreciation for other albums/bands/music grows.


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TheSurgeon wrote:

In a word, yes. Nothing that's come out since 1990 would be in my top 5.
My top five then and now
1. Van Halen - Van Halen
2. Screaming for Vengeance - Judas Priest
3. Back In Black - AC/DC
4. Master of Puppets - Metallica
5. Diary of a Madman - Ozzy

The order may have fluctuated slightly and the number 5 spot might change from time to time (Fair Warning might replace Diary). But it is essentially unchanged.





Funny You mention "Fair Warning" Doc..... It would have TOTALLY given VH1 a run for its money, but to this day I'm so pissed that they couldn't put anything better than "Sunday Afternoon In The Park" and "One Foot Out The Door" on that album... :evil: And I'm only cutting some slack for "Push Comes To Shove" because it has one of my favorite EVH solos on it otherwise its junk too.... :?


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My top 5:

Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
Pink Floyd - The Wall
Radiohead - OK Computer
The Beatles - A Hard Day's Night
Guns N' Roses - Appetite for Destruction

Woooo \o/

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Does anyone know anything about #5 on Paul's list? Don't think I've ever heard it (or even heard of it).

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The best source of information about the band is going to be Paul, because he knows who he was referring to... a quick email to him would probably answer the question with the least amount of doubt. :)

A -very- brief search for the band online turned up:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Streets
http://www.myspace.com/thestreets

+ stuff on AOL music, Rhapsody, etc.

Does it sound like something he'd enjoy, given the other 4 nominees? If so, you've found #5!

Happy hunting. :)

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It can't be that one. "Years active 1994– 2011"

I think Paul's talking about this band instead.


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@Simon: I believe you're correct!
Especially since one of the guys was in Kansas.

I couldn't check any of those links because for some reason, only http://www.google.com and this website were working! My 'net connection is still acting strange. YouTube's not working, etc.

Pardon my bad post (with incorrect info). I'll see if I can get it deleted or edited.

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Geez, dino, it's ok. You're giving way too much importance to this :P.


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