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Thread: Songs that you've forgotten about, that then come around again...

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    Songs that you've forgotten about, that then come around again...

    Just t'other night, watching telly, and for some bizarre reason the program I was watching was using a song I swear I haven't heard in over 20 years as a backing.

    What a track.

    Now on perma repeat on the pod:

    That track?

    AC/DC - Gone Shootin' from the 1978 album Powerage.

    Anyone else rediscovered lost tracks recently?

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    Cool thread, RussDude !

    I re-discovered quite some tunes (actually even whole albums), most of which lead back to my "Metal" past

    Here are some of them :

    Iron Maiden - Aces High (whole album Powerslave, actually)
    Iron Maiden - Somewhere in time (album)
    WASP - The headless Children (album)

    Awesome stuff !

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    on the sea of maaaaddnneeeesssss.


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    ...when all you see can only bring you saaaadnesssss ......

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    I recently dug through my music collection and found.....

    Metallica - One.

    My first -real- experience of ever consciously listening to a guitar solo, that song. And I loved playing the simple bits of the song when I started learning to play.

    Oh, and Led Zeppelin - Heartbreaker.

    Haven't heard that in a long while until after finding One, adding the rest of my mp3 collection to my mp3 player and hearing it come on.

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    #1 Queensryche - Operation Mindcrime (album)
    #2 Wishbone Ash - No smoke without fire (album)

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    Balls to the Wall ~ Accept. This has to be the most testosterone charged track and video of the 80's!!!!!
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    my first cd at all.

    scorpions - still loving you (1994)

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    I actually have't "rediscovered" any of my earlier music, as I listen to it all the time. I may not play an album for awhile, but always often enough.
    This did get me to thinking though about albums that "changed my life" so to speak. I think we may have done this before in a thread, but oh well.
    My first albums actually were...vinal! This was as cassettes were just getting popular and way before CD's.
    Aerosmith-Toys in the Attic
    Motley Crue-Shout at the Devil
    Pink Floyd-The Wall
    Billy Idol-Rebel Yell
    Yngwie J. Malmsteen-Rising Force
    Metallica-Master of Puppets

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