reddevil wrote:bryan adams (that was as well my first concert and it was amazing for little reddevil)
ShoreSlayer wrote:reddevil wrote:bryan adams (that was as well my first concert and it was amazing for little reddevil)
Bryan's just lucky Nickeljoke came along to usurp his title as the shame of Vancouver haha... He had pretty huge status here for years until that ballad he did for some romance movie and then his rocker cred just plummeted. His early stuff is definitely part of the sountrack of my youth growing up on the west coast.
and I must admit there was a Bravo Hits 8 as well, but all the ways leads oneself to metal
reddevil wrote:So I just dig in the depths of your unconscious...you can call me Freud and for a few beers I will take you in treatment during the cruise, may be while bryan adams is playing
CharleneThrashes wrote: Oh, I think NKOTB were thrown in there at the beginning too.
KevinP wrote:CharleneThrashes wrote: Oh, I think NKOTB were thrown in there at the beginning too.
Now that takes guts to admit. So on that note, years later I did have Hall & Oates& Loverboy LP's as well.
CharleneThrashes wrote:Hey, I can't deny who I am by ignoring who I was. I think I was 11 during NKOTB and we only had three channels in the "holler" via a big ol' antenna on the roof : channels 3, 8 and 13. So it wasn't until 14 years of age that I started getting other albums, and I had to start my journey for metal (and hard rock) love from NKOTB to what it is now. If admitting this is gonna knock me out of any cool kids' groups on the boat, then I wasn't met to be there anyway! I'm just plain ol' me.
TOM CRUISE wrote:I trust we are talking about vinyl? or am I reallllllly old. I still collect (and play) vinyl lp's
KevinP wrote:Kiss - Love Gun. I was 5 years old and loved the paper gun that it came with.
Then I remember being on a big 45 kick for awhile.
CharleneThrashes wrote:I love love love old Kiss.
Try as Gene might, his actions will not ruin the songs themselves for me.
vainglory wrote:Literally the FIRST album I ever owned was Poison "Look what the cat dragged in" my uncle bought it for me I think I was in second grade.
Disaster Area wrote:vainglory wrote:Literally the FIRST album I ever owned was Poison "Look what the cat dragged in" my uncle bought it for me I think I was in second grade.
Hottest chiks ever on that album cover!
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