Re: Weekly chart


Author:von
Homepage:https://www.youtube.com/user/HMRok
Date:2019-04-08 22:38:10
In Reply To:Weekly chart by KingInCrimson
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KingInCrimson proclaimed:
W.A.S.P. - The Crimson Idol/Still Not Black Enough/The Headless Children
Last good ones to me; arguably their best work along with the debut.

Whitesnake - Live ...in the heart of the city/Trouble/Lovehunter/1987/Slip of the Tongue

Definitely prefer early Whitesnake these days
Oh yeah. Some "Ready An' Willing" tastes good, too. Good bluesy hard rock.

Black Sabbath - The Eternal Idol.

Love the Martin era save for Forbidden
I played it as well. I really like this record, and the two after it as well, but, yeah, "Forbidden"...that shit sucked.

Winter’s Bane - Heart of a Killer

Always enjoyed Ripper’s vox on this, bit of king diamond mixed with the Halford influence.
He was great then. I had great hopes when he joined Priest, but felt his potential was utterly wasted.

The Jeff Beck Group - s/t 72 (the "orange" album)
Skyclad - A Burnt Offering for the Bone Idol
The Doors - Morrison Hotel
Rossington-Collins Band - Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere
Rose Tattoo - s/t + Assault & Battery + Scarred for Life
Jeff Beck - There and Back + Jeff Beck's Guitar Shop
Black Sabbath - The Eternal Idol
Miles Davis - Jack Johnson
P. Box (Pandora's Box) - Ko Kovon
Dark Heart - Shadows of the Night
Link Wray - "Ace of Spades"/"Jack the Ripper"/"Climbing a High Wall"/"Switchblade"/"Big City After Dark"/"Rumble"
Mysticum - Planet Satan
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