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OK. That was Hollywood division of L.A.P.D.

i think it's basscase's turn to ask the question, as he has answered half a question ;)


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alright
this has taken long enough
next question and its an easy one

name 3 bands that formed from the breakup of deep purple


Tue Sep 09, 2003 2:23 pm
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EVILRAN wrote:
name 3 bands that formed from the breakup of deep purple


..i'm afraid that were Rainbow, Whitesnake and... Ian Gillan Band :shock:


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you are correct sir

now your question
CHRIST, try not to be too specific afterall we want to keep this thing alive.


Tue Sep 09, 2003 6:53 pm
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OK.

Who was playing all the guitars on Whitesnake's "Slip of The Tongue" ?


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Vandenberg and Vai? :roll:


Tue Sep 09, 2003 7:31 pm
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I dont think vandenburg was playing on any of the tracks. He co wrote most of em with Coverdale but couln't record due to a hand injury. So vai did all the guitar parts.

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Defender Of Rock wrote:
I dont think vandenburg was playing on any of the tracks. He co wrote most of em with Coverdale but couln't record due to a hand injury. So vai did all the guitar parts.


Damn right! 8)

Your question, Defender Of Rock :)


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This one should be pretty easy...
Who replaced Yngwie when he left Alcatrazz to pursue his solo career?

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Defender Of Rock wrote:
This one should be pretty easy...
Who replaced Yngwie when he left Alcatrazz to pursue his solo career?


Steve Vai.


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TheSurgeon wrote:
Defender Of Rock wrote:
This one should be pretty easy...
Who replaced Yngwie when he left Alcatrazz to pursue his solo career?


Steve Vai.


FUCK you beat me Surgeon!!!! That was too easy, lol, come up with a good one Surgeon, cause I got one that is TOUGH!! :twisted:


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TheSurgeon wrote:
Defender Of Rock wrote:
This one should be pretty easy...
Who replaced Yngwie when he left Alcatrazz to pursue his solo career?

Steve Vai.

Yup it was a bit easy... your up doc!

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Wed Sep 10, 2003 12:37 pm
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According to Gene Simmons, which guitar player played lead on the demo for "Christine Sixteen." Ace Frehley played on the album version, but according to Gene he simply copied this guitar player's lead from the demo version because it was so memorable.


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TheSurgeon wrote:
According to Gene Simmons, which guitar player played lead on the demo for "Christine Sixteen." Ace Frehley played on the album version, but according to Gene he simply copied this guitar player's lead from the demo version because it was so memorable.


That would be the one and only Mr. Edward Van Halen :wink:

I'll check in the A.M. to see if I'm right....Nite :P


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PGM 10th KATTA!! wrote:
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According to Gene Simmons, which guitar player played lead on the demo for "Christine Sixteen." Ace Frehley played on the album version, but according to Gene he simply copied this guitar player's lead from the demo version because it was so memorable.


That would be the one and only Mr. Edward Van Halen :wink:

I'll check in the A.M. to see if I'm right....Nite :P


You are correct.


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I'm on a Richie Kotzen trip lately, so....I'm giving you 2 choices....Pick the one easiest for you to answer:

1)During an interview, he was asked what his top 3 favorite albums were
that he has made....(His solo albums)....

or :twisted:

2)Who played the first solo in his song "Things Remembered Never Die"?


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PGM 10th KATTA!! wrote:

2)Who played the first solo in his song "Things Remembered Never Die"?



Mike Varney


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Fabman wrote:
PGM 10th KATTA!! wrote:

2)Who played the first solo in his song "Things Remembered Never Die"?



Mike Varney


You are the man!! Glad to see you know your Kotzen stuff :wink:

Your up at bat brotha 8)


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ok guys,

we all know that Eddie Van Halen played the solo on Michael Jackson´s "Beat It".......but


"who played the other guitars and also the electric bass?"


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Fabman wrote:
ok guys,

we all know that Eddie Van Halen played the solo on Michael Jackson´s "Beat It".......but


"who played the other guitars and also the electric bass?"


LUKE!


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