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Old 19th September 2011, 10:25 AM   #11
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I don't, though, usually make a conscious effort to grade recordings on sound quality. I'm not really that kind of audiophile.


Ive always been nitpicky with cd bass/mid/treble balance , thats the reason why i use a equalizer. In older recordings (70-90) each engineer choose a different balence , in cds from 90s to present sound balence is more even.
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very underrated Whitesnake song , but one of my favourite :

Whitesnake Victim Of Love - YouTube
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Whitesnake and Poison!
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for aor fans - Boulevard - lead me on

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It was "Number of the beast" which got me into Iron Maiden.

The best thing about Maiden is they just keep going on and on with great music.
You cant say that about most bands that have one or two hits then disappear.
Just how they remember all the chords and notes I dont know, I am a guitarist so appreciate what it takes to learn those long wailing lead riffs.

My favourite mainden song is "Phantom of the opera".
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Led zeppelin has more hits then some bands has songs
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What got me into Maiden was "live after death" and "somewhere in time" and they still are my favourite band (if i have to pick one).Adrian Smith left the band in early 1990 because he was disappointed with the musical direction the band was taking , he expected to do an album in the same vein of S. in time and 7th son while Steve Harris prefered a stripped rawer version of maiden like they did on Killers.I love the killers album but No prayer is one of the worst Maiden works.

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Led zeppelin has more hits then some bands has songs
I have yet to listen to a led zeppelin song that i dont like
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Led Zeppelin is king of variety, while maintaining their own sound.

Metallica hired Bob Rock who was the producer of the "Black" album. A fine Canadian lad, he told them he cold make them sound so much better.

I would trim Def Leppard off your list and put Megadeth in there. The only thing Def Leppard is good for is filling in space between commercials on Classic Rock stations. What do they have, like 3 hits?

Iron Maiden is blah once you get past the cool name and poster. What do they have like 2 hits?

Who is Toto? Was that the guy from Winger? One cold easily substitute the Eagles for Toto, heck even Steven Tyler with his saggy tits beats Toto.

Slayer is nice. They have been solid throughout the years. I can honestly say I like new Slayer as much as the older stuff.

I spent many hours teaching myself guitar with Led Zeppelin, then Metallica. Lot's of variety to keep you interested.
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