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Tom Gilroy
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I really can't remember.
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Big Bad Bill
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'The Wombling Song' by the Wombles and 'Blinded by the Light 'by Manfred Mann's Earth Band
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Beachboys:Endless summer
Kiss 1st album
Hiketsu
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Journey- Escape
Journey- Frontiers

45- J. Giels Band- Centerfold

HA HA HA!

I think I was 10.
godin rocks
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It sure is. I seen them on that tour & they were awesome live. Splendor Solis is great too. Alhambra, Triptych & The Interzone Mantras are great as well. Simply put, The Tea Party RULES!!!
late reply but i agree. they do rule. got all there albums but havent seen em live.want to see em soo bad. no if they gota ne tour dates comin up?
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Def Leppard: Hysteria. That mutha still holds up. Amen!
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micheal jackson- off the wall
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CymbalSplittingSkinbasher
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@ godin rocks: Looks like they're only doing a few shows up in Canada right now. Definitely check them out live if you get the chance. When I seen them on the Edges Of Twilight tour, they ripped it up something serious, & also did some mellow stuff too, just an all-around great show, no doubt about it.

Here you go: www.teaparty.com
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1st record I remember ever buying was
"Tales Of Kidd Pfunkadelic" by Parliament Funkadelic.
I was about 5years old.
been twisted ever since :twisted:
BassMIKE
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Metallica's Ride the Lightning. It was then and still is one of my favorite albums ever.
udy
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HOBO BLUES BAND's first LP with Tibor "Tibusz" Tatrai. I can't translate its title exactly. When I heard this I knew I have to pick up a guitar ...
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Johnny Diesel and the Injectors.
JEMDOGGIE
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I'm an "Old Fart", what can I say!

Quadrofinia: The Who
Made in Japan: Deep Purple
Yellow Brick Road: Elton John

They all had lots of awesome music and were very heavy at that time, even to this day they sound great. Parents wouldn't let me play them load so I had to wear headphones but the Old Man was into stereophonics so I was a lucky kid. He even taped them on his reel to reel so I wouldn't wear out his stylus or the vinyl.
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