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[666ozzypriest666] Monday, April 10, 2017 12:22:11 AM 
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[J.D. DIAMOND] Sunday, April 09, 2017 9:07:56 PM 
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[666ozzypriest666] Sunday, April 09, 2017 6:26:57 AM 
You can eat the boogers of Boogie!! WANT TO BE METAL MANIACS!!
[guidogodoy] Saturday, April 08, 2017 6:37:17 PM 
HA! "I am not a doctor but I saw one on TV!" Well, lucky you on that one. Went from "camping" to getting bracelets and coming back at dawn to stand in line to ONLINE. No matter. Still had to pay the "convenience fee." Awfully inconvenient if you ask me.

Yeah, Sabbath! You, me, Eddie Trunk, all on the Boneyard wondered why they just didn't call it a Sabbath tour. Saw it too. Hella show. Saw him last with Guitardude with Priest. RIP Dio.

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[J.D. DIAMOND] Saturday, April 08, 2017 3:30:13 PM 
[i flick my boogers] Saturday, April 08, 2017 11:22:15 AM 

SB Nation booger picking nose hockey game GIF

[Head banger] Saturday, April 08, 2017 7:33:18 AM 

 I remember people doing it, I never did.  

favorite concert of all time was the Heaven and Hell show, dunno why they didnt call it sabath, but it was the only time I saw DIO and it was a hell of a show

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[i flick my boogers] Friday, April 07, 2017 10:26:51 PM 
 michigan turd runner rambles on ....
[guidogodoy] Friday, April 07, 2017 9:51:21 PM 
Correction as I see it. They rolled around for Operation Rock N' Roll in SUMMER of '91, I believe. It was a back-to-back with the below that is clearly marked as a December show. The below would have been a warm "camp" with a cold show but nice as the Palace is where the Pistons (basketball) play so indoors. The '91 would have been the opposite. Outside venue in summer ampitheater where DF and I went to see Priest. Alice was the headliner. COLD "camp" would have been to get those tix.
[guidogodoy] Friday, April 07, 2017 7:37:03 PM 
HA! Nice. Here I had to friggin' CAMP for mine! Hey, at least I was at the famed Detroit '90 Painkiller show. Yeah, the bootleg one that I am sure Nupe has seen if you haven't. Very popular video trade back in the day / now download. While known as "Painkiller in Detroit," it technically wasn't IN Detroit! It was in Auburn Hills. Damn cold night camping for these tix even though the show was in the summer. Certainly you remember "camping" for TicketBastard (or their CA equivalent)? 

I remember you naming your #1 show before but remind me again...what was it?

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[Head banger] Friday, April 07, 2017 8:14:40 AM 
 still my second favorite concert of all time.  outstanding show, and got floor seats.  was some kind of ticketmaster screw up, my buddy bought them about 2 weeks after they went on sale.  we got there early some other guys showed up with the exact same tickets.  we compared tix, told them to go away and get someone to sort it out, never saw them again.


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[guidogodoy] Thursday, April 06, 2017 9:44:00 PM 
VERY respectable way to start!

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[Head banger] Thursday, April 06, 2017 7:42:19 PM 
 yeah, wasnt even into music then.  my first show was the painkiller tour

[guidogodoy] Thursday, April 06, 2017 2:45:06 PM 
Too young for Pyromania tour, eh? I got the shirt but NOT the shorts! LOL! That would have pushing it...

Just saw some dude being arrested on "Cops" wearing the ol' Union Jack wife-beater. Should have been the poster for the "you shouldn't do this crime."

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[Head banger] Thursday, April 06, 2017 8:25:14 AM 
never noticed that scene. interesting. I got into that album, and bought the cassette back when the video for right to rock was on muchmusic (Canadian version of MTV)

Autograph also, same thing. I traded a def lep pyromania tour shirt for the autograph cassette. probably not my best move, but I didnt see that tour, was too young, it was a hand me down from an older relative
[Nupe The Ripper] Wednesday, April 05, 2017 12:06:30 PM 
Forgot one album from my list: AC/DC's Fly on the Wall. Got it for cheap at a flea market some years ago.

I can't really explain why I've completely avoided buying Iron Maiden. Their music is alright (although not as good as Priest imo), but maybe it's because they're so popular that I hear enough of them anyway.

I found out about Keel when I watched Men In Black II and "Speed Demon" was played in one scene. Went on YouTube to check out the rest of the album and liked what I heard. It's a very glammy album (as could be expected from something produced by Gene Simmons) but a bit of glam every now and then balances out the more serious stuff in my collection. Speaking of glam, there's a couple of bands whose CDs I should buy to replace my current downloaded versions: the one-hit wonder Autograph (Turn Up the Radio) and Paganini (80s Swiss hard rock/glam metal, very interesting!).
Edited at: Wednesday, April 05, 2017 12:08:25 PM
[i flick my boogers] Wednesday, April 05, 2017 10:39:40 AM 
 michigan trud runner types his fingers off... but no one reads
keyboard warrior

[guidogodoy] Wednesday, April 05, 2017 12:17:03 AM 
Yup, understand. WILL get to a list. Promise. Still think that you are going to be splitting hairs with the list there, though. No Metallica. No Megadeth. Is Suicidal "Thrash Metal?" Again, we are speaking nomenclature here. Who won the "Best METAL album" of the year always brings up the "what defines what is and what is not "heavy metal" argument. Suicidal Tendencies would be my example. Albums I list are fucking METAL! Thrash? Hmmm....does having ex-Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo (now, see, I don't own a SINGLE Slayer album...LOVE him with Suicidal, though! Hell, I was just on stage with him and say that the concert should NOT be missed...although the World Gone Mad tour is now this? Ya missed it!) beating the skins make them Thrash? They were inducted into the SKATEBOARD hall of Fame, FFS! Many classified them as a punk band! Their spin-off is the Infectious Grooves with Mike Muir, Robert Trujillo and Jane's Addiction Steve Perkins on drums. It was called "Funk Metal." That count? Good tunes. Trujillo make them thrash and Muir put them back into punk? Tough call there. Some really good tunes, though. Who wins X award for best "heavy metal" album / Grammy / Rolling Stone / Revolver / What-Have-You award always brings up this argument. Last Accept album was a KILLER! I love it. Last Megadeth album. Likewise! They win the Grammy...and they idiots play a Metallica song. Clueless. 

Moral? Listen to more Suicidal Tendencies! HAAAA!!!! ICED EARTH ("The Dark Saga?" Puleeeze... "Something Wicked This Way Comes"!!!!!! WARLOCK!!!! Helloween! Metal Church, DeathDealer, Motorhead, Transmetal, Overkill, Luzbel. <==damn, off the top of my head, I got a pretty good list going already!

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[J.D. DIAMOND] Tuesday, April 04, 2017 11:47:17 PM 
@guido very cool,yeah I just wanted to see whatcha all have with heavy metal bands... If I see an album I'll listen to it....It's cool sometimes to listen to something you dont have in your collection your not familiar with ect... And no King Diamond shouldn't be in your collection lol. We all cant have the same need for a list though,gave me a chance to see if I was missing anything I hadn't thought of...  
Edited at: Tuesday, April 04, 2017 11:51:44 PM
[guidogodoy] Tuesday, April 04, 2017 11:05:59 PM 
Oh, I know what you meant and I AM speaking about actual CDs. Like Nupe, if we are talking bootlegs, it would be larger but, honestly, I get boots of the bands I support by actually buying their albums. As most know, the convos here go on "underground" quite often and it was via PM that I mentioned that I believe that I have only actually downloaded a couple of songs only because I was making a mix for someone and didn't own the song (Anthrax - "Got the Time" for a kid who was into bass as I don't own a SINGLE Anthrax album...does owning the Public Enemy WITH Anthrax version of "Bring the Noise" count? LOL as I am not a fan of Anthrax. SEEN 'em many a time only because I had to as they were warming up for someone else I wanted to see; "Dawgs Bull" by Dave Grisman on mandolin" and the entire album of "Strummin' for the Devil" which is an outstanding version of Van Halen songs done on mandolin, banjo, guitar, etc that I burned to CD). ALL others are first on LP, then cassette then CD and, often, the trifecta of all THREE such as Crue "Shout at the Devil" and, the full house of those that are the trifecta and then the special editions and re-releases / edited versions such as...drumroll...PRIEST!! Those would include picture discs too. I'd throw Iced Earth into that mix. I'd throw EARLY Maiden into that mix. "Number of the Beast." I own the cassette, LP, CD and picture disc (LP framed). In hindsight? What would be higher than the "full house" I describe when you have to have every version (within reason) of recordings such as Priest releases where all four plus special editions / framed gold records given to old record studeios are thrown into the mix as well? OCD? HAAAA! 

Yeah, after my initial post? I know I took the easy way out. I'll see if I can add more to my list than jsut a handful of foreign artists but, seriously, it is easy to look at your list and Nupes and say what I DON'T have! LOL! Honestly? I am Probably closer to Nupe's list than yours. You KNOW my thoughts about Screechy Clown, for example! HA! So, no Mercyful Fate although I still have that King Diamond promo I posted way back when still in my closet. No Pentagram, No Manilla Road, Cirith Ungol, Exciter, Grave Digger, Virgen Steele, What...ONLY first Queensryche for YOU??? No Operation Mindcrime?? No Empire or prior? No Candlemass, Bling Guardian, ARP, Gamma Ray, WHAT...THAT IS your only Iced Earth?!?, No Iron Savior, Hammerfall, Ghost.

That said? Yeah, still not MY list but what is left is a start! Getting late tonight with work to do = ain't gonna get to it anytime soon but an interesting topic. I'll get to throwing some names together. With what remains from what I culled out of yours adding STAPLES to me like Suicidal, WASP, Iced Earth, even Scatterbrain (damn good album / damn good artists! "Drunken Milkman" whatta tune! HA! "I'm not going down with the ship" is a masterpiece of guitar licks they piece together. MUST be heard...) + foreign bands are a good start for me.

ps. add Doro and Warlock (hit me when I think "download bootleg concerts") and JOHN 5 all store-bought LPs / CD / cassettes (Warlock and Doro) to my list!!! 
Edited at: Tuesday, April 04, 2017 11:27:17 PM
[J.D. DIAMOND] Tuesday, April 04, 2017 9:28:58 PM 
@guido... actually list all your "heavy metal" bands you have on cd not burned onto a cd... Megadeth would be under thrash,or heavy metal thrash...same as Metallica.

Doom metal like Sabbath,Pentagram is close enough...just no bands with any thrash influences

I listed Ghost because they have a 1% pinch of heavy metal in thier music,mostly rock but still SOME heavy metal.Although I don't have any Scorpions, I'd say same thing would be like listing the Scorpions...very little heavy metal,mostly rock but still....  forget all other genres,just list heavy metal ones.

No pure rock bands without any heavy metal in thier music.

You don't have to list any album titles,I just did for the hell of it.But Im interested in what you have.

Yeah Ghost shouldn't be on anyone's list here but mine lol.  Wasp? I dont have any Wasp but they ARE/were heavy metal. List em' I want a list,even if you only have 1 album by them( vinyl or cd)    Heres mine again:

Black Sabbath
Judas Priest
Iron Maiden
Bruce Dickinson
Saxon ( Dogs Of War to Battering Ram)
Accept (Restless And Wild,Balls To The Wall)
Pentagram ( Relentless,Day Of Reckoning,Be Forwarded)
Mercyful Fate ( Melissa,Don't Break The Oath)
Manilla Road (Open the Gates album-The Courts of Chaos)
Cirith Ungol (Frost And Fire & One Foot In Hell)
Ozzy Ozbourne (up to Bark At The Moon)
Exciter (first 3 albums)
Grave Digger (Ballads Of A Hangman)
Virgin Steele
Queensryche (first ep)
Running Wild 
Helloween ( Walls Of Jericho)
Destiny (Atomic Winter)
King Diamond (Fatal Portrait,Voodoo,The Puppet Master)
Candlemass(2nd,3rd & 4,th albums)
Blind Guardian
Scanner (Ball Of The Damned)
Axel Rudi Pell (Between The Walls & Magic albums)
Gamma Ray
Iced Earth (Night Of The Stormrider)
Iron Savior (Unification)

Thats 30 bands,heavy metal bands with no thrash,death...


Edited at: Tuesday, April 04, 2017 9:45:56 PM
[i flick my boogers] Tuesday, April 04, 2017 6:31:22 PM 
 no one cares what you think..,michigan turd runner
[guidogodoy] Tuesday, April 04, 2017 5:51:44 PM 
Was gonna would be easier for me to say what I DON'T have when looking at your lists. Top-notch, to be sure, as I have the majority + albums. I'd certainly be walking the line on a bunch of my own if I had to say which falls under what moniker. I've been on quite the Suicidal Tendencies kick lately and see that neither of you have them on your lists. Downloads (that I cannot do with albums...only bootlegs) or importing track names for "How Will I Laugh..." and "Lights, Camera, Revolution..." two staples of ST are METAL to me but they import as PUNK?! Nope. Thrash? Ummmm... we are splitting hairs here. It is damn METAL! Feel the same about modern Metallica as JD. SUCK ASS!!! Hardest member is who? Robert Trujillo...from ST!!! CURRENT drummer for ST is who? Lombardo from SLAYER! Fuckin' AWESOME show I just saw! STILL on cloud 9!

Certainly, Keel would be a band that would have been on a "not on my list" band whereas I have a ton of foreign bands like Trust, Rata Blanca, Angeles del Infierno , Raimundos (are THEY punk?...named after and cover The Ramones?). Would have to add Ghost to the list of those that I DON'T have but where is more love for W.A.S.P.?! Blackie? Headless Children? Masterpiece that is "The Crimson Idol?" Deep Purple would go the opposite. As THEY are supposedly wrapping up with the tour with Alice this year and I have albums that were mellow from the beginning to mellow at the end...where do they fall? On some, they had a decent tune or two. Granted, no smash hits but some I absolutely adore. Can anyone name a tune off of "The Battle Rages On?" "Slave and Masters?" One could argue the same with Brian Johnson, his solo work and even Gordie. I have a bunch of those albums. Clearly more rock than metal there. DP are almost ballads! LOL! Metallica / like Maiden...I TRY, damnit! YES, I own some. Just can't... Like HB said. Just don't like it. Megadeth's latest, though? Love it! ACCEPTS latest? Love it!

Beauty / metal is in the eye of the beholder! Still....Priest rules! LOL!
[Head banger] Tuesday, April 04, 2017 8:11:31 AM 
I hate to categorize music, I have 2 categories, I like, and I dont like
Nupe, you are the first person I have seen with Keel on a list besides myself. Nice lists both of you
[J.D. DIAMOND] Monday, April 03, 2017 10:43:13 PM 
very cool Nupe... and wow no Iron Maiden on your list,no worries lol just different. I love old Maiden 1980 - 1984 ... I actually don't have any old Saxon cds,although I do like songs from 1979's Saxon debut album through 1984 Crusader album,I own (2003) Heavy Metal Thunder cd an album of re-recorded gems from those albums. The Saxon studio albums/cds I own are (1995) Dogs Of War up to thier currant album Battering Ram. The last 22 years of the band to me is excellent,but I can see why you like the old Saxon. Very cool.

Yeah I also have rock albums too but only 3 bands... Kiss, Rainbow (with Dio) & Motorhead.

Heavy Metal thrash albums I have are minimal too... No "Metallica" as I used to like them very much
throughout the 80's but ouch...It's just a sore subject to me I hate them so much lol. I used to have thier first 3 lps when I was a kid(in the 80's)... but the ones I do have are

Agent Steel -"Skeptics Apocalypse" album only(1985)
Hallow's Eve - first 3 albums ('85 - '88)
Leige Lord -Master Control album only('88)

Death Metal very minimal too-

Onslaught - Power From Hell 1985 ( I bough this lp in 1985 when it was new,it was death metal!)
Morbid Angel - Altars Of Madness, Blessed Are The Sick,Covanant,F.F.T.T.F. albums only
Deicide first 3 lps only
Krisiun - Conquerers Of Armageddon,The Great Execution lps only

Black metal album collection is large,but ELITE!

Edited at: Monday, April 03, 2017 10:57:48 PM
[Nupe The Ripper] Monday, April 03, 2017 11:57:32 AM 
I have the following besides all Judas Priest albums:

Accept (from the self-titled debut up to Metal Heart, minus Breaker)
Black Sabbath (from the self-titled debut up to Born Again, plus Past Lives)
Dio (Holy Diver, Last in Line and Magica)
Manowar (from Battle Hyms up to Kings of Metal)
Ozzy Osbourne (from Blizzard of Ozz to The Ultimate Sin, plus Speak of the Devil and Tribute)
Quiet Riot (Metal Health and Condition Critical)
Railway (from the self-titled debut up to Climax)
Raven (Life's a Bitch only)
Saxon (from the self-titled debut up to Rock the Nations, plus The Eagle Has Landed)
Scorpions (from Fly to the Rainbow up to Love at First Sting)
Twisted Sister (all five studio albums)
W.A.S.P. (self-titled debut and Inside the Electric Circus)

And the following from bands that I consider more hard rock or glam metal rather than heavy metal:

AC/DC (Highway to Hell and Back in Black)
Deep Purple (Shades of Deep Purple, The Book of Taliesyn, Deep Purple, In Rock, Burn, Slaves and Masters, The Battle Rages On, Purple Hits, Classic Deep Purple: The Universal Masters Collection)
Def Leppard (High 'n' Dry)
Dokken (Tooth and Nail, Under Lock and Key)
Europe (The Final Countdown)
Keel (The Right to Rock)
Kiss (from the self-titled debut up to Love Gun, plus Alive! and Creatures of the Night)
Led Zeppelin (II and III)
Tesla (Mechanical Resonance)
Uriah Heep (Very 'eavy...Very 'umble, Salisbury, Demons and Wizards, Live January 1973, Innocent Victim, Sea of Light, The Ultimate Collection)
Van Halen (first six studio albums)

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[J.D. DIAMOND] Sunday, April 02, 2017 8:30:28 PM 
Once in a while I wonder what is in other heavy metal fan's cd collections...Sabbath,Priest,Maiden...but what else is there that is still heavy metal with no thrash,death metal influences... My collection consists of these bands... Some bands I have multiple cds by,others I may have 1 album by the artist but that album is of superior quality that it has to be in my collection....

Black Sabbath
Judas Priest
Iron Maiden
Accept ( Restless And Wild & Balls To The Wall albums only)
Pentagram ("Pentagram - Relentless"debut full length,Day Of Reckoning,Be Forwarned albums only)
Mercyful Fate (Mellissa & Don't Break The Oath cds)
Manilla Road
Cirith Ungol (Frost And Fire & One Foot In Hell albums only)
Ozzy Osbourne(up to Bark At The Moon)
Exciter (first 3 albums only)
Grave Digger ("Ballads Of A Hangman" album only)
Virgin Steele
Queensryche (first EP only)
Running Wild
Helloween(first album only 1985 Walls Of Jericho)
Destiny (Atomic Winter album only)
King Diamond
Blind Guardian
Scanner ("Ball Of The Damned" album only
Axel Rudi Pell(Between The Walls & Magic albums only)
Gamma Ray
Iced Earth (Night Of The Stormrider)
Iron Savior (Unification)

Motorhead is not heavy metal,I have my Motorhead collection of albums ect...but some do consider them heavy metal when they are not.

Edited at: Sunday, April 02, 2017 9:01:30 PM
[J.D. DIAMOND] Thursday, September 04, 2014 3:29:57 PM 
 Hammerfall releases thier 9th studio album titled
(r)Evolution   and is utterly excellent!

11 tracks (plus one bonus track Demonized thats cool)...only one bad track #10 "Evil Incarnate" but the rest is awsome. HF's 4th best album too with Glory To The Brave,Legacy Of Kings and Crimson Thunder beings the band's best top 3 LPs.

Excellent traditional british styled heavy metal's attitude with thier original Swedish styled traditional HM sound,Hammerfall's song writting is supurb.  Highly recommened to Judas Priest fans.
[acolyte55] Thursday, April 03, 2014 12:55:56 PM 
I cant believe they didn't add Thin Lizzy from Ireland???
[acolyte55] Thursday, April 03, 2014 12:53:49 PM 
[Becks] Thursday, April 03, 2014 1:15:05 AM 
So much good stuff came from the UK

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[guidogodoy] Wednesday, April 02, 2014 9:42:34 PM 
From Acolyte. Damn cool map!!

Edited at: Wednesday, April 02, 2014 9:44:00 PM
[Vaillant 3.0] Tuesday, April 01, 2014 8:51:04 PM 
This is real legitimate news! You've gots to believe me!

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[guidogodoy] Tuesday, April 01, 2014 6:25:38 PM 
Hey, is April Fools Day.....

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[guidogodoy] Tuesday, April 01, 2014 6:24:10 PM 

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[Vaillant 3.0] Tuesday, April 01, 2014 5:58:58 PM 
[guidogodoy] Monday, March 31, 2014 7:10:10 PM 
Acolyte and I are BOTH listening to this one! Halford IS the Man on the Silver Mountain!

[guidogodoy] Wednesday, March 19, 2014 8:27:09 PM 
So spoken (erm, typed), so done!

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[acolyte55] Wednesday, March 19, 2014 2:51:53 PM 
Guido will be posting another little blurb on the new album for me , but now the whole 2014 release makes sense to me , 40th anniversary of Judas Priest! 's 1st release
[acolyte55] Wednesday, March 19, 2014 11:53:01 AM 
My pleasure !!
[guidogodoy] Tuesday, March 18, 2014 11:06:16 PM 
Acolyte, keeping the site current!!

Edited at: Tuesday, March 18, 2014 11:09:23 PM
[acolyte55] Wednesday, March 12, 2014 12:53:47 PM 
pictures for priests vegas rock and roll camp up on their facebook site
[Becks] Saturday, March 01, 2014 12:42:36 AM 
Thanks for sharing

  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by guidogodoy from Friday, February 28, 2014 11:31:50 PM)
[guidogodoy] Friday, February 28, 2014 11:31:50 PM 
Yet another from "Da Man!"
[guidogodoy] Friday, February 07, 2014 12:35:53 AM 
Ditto....from "A"
[guidogodoy] Thursday, January 30, 2014 12:55:55 PM 
Another from Acolyte

Edited at: Thursday, January 30, 2014 1:12:09 PM
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