Aerosmith-Rocks, Toys in the Attic Deep Purple-Machine Head KISS-Alive!, Destroyer Guns n' Roses-Appetite For Destruction Whitesnake-Whitesnake(1987) Scorpions-Love At First Sting, Blackout AC DC-Back in Black Frampton-Frampton Comes Alive Fleetwood Mac-Rumours Eagles-Hotel California Pink Floyd-Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall, Wish You Were Here Led Zeppelin-Any Album ZZ Top-Eliminator, Deguello Judas Priest-Screaming For Vengeance, British Steel Ted Nugent-Ted Nugent Boston-Boston Rush-2112, Moving Pictures Van Halen-Van Halen,II Rainbow-Rising, Straight Between the Eyes, Difficult to Cure Def Leppard-Pyromania, Hysteria Ozzy-Blizzard of Ozz, Diary of a Madman Black Sabbath-Heaven and Hell Billy Squier-Don't Say No Cinderella-Night Songs Journey-Escape Queensryche-Operation Mindcrime Iron Maiden-Number of the Beast, Piece of Mind Motley Crue-Dr. Feelgood JUST TO NAME A FEW!!!
Classic Albums Suggestions
I'll add to the list.......
Blackout - Scorpions
High 'N' Dry - Def Leppard
A Farewell To Kings, Hemispheres, Permanent Waves - Rush
Holy Diver & The Last In Line - Dio
Diver Down, Women & Children First, Fair Warning, 1984, 5150 - Van Halen
lots of great albums there high n dry is my favourite def leppard album and I think you've both covered a lot of the obvious choices.i think anything by led zep.van halen.ac/dc would sell and by the looks of things rush as well.lets hope this series is a hit and I look forward to seeing some of these make it onto a dvd.
Mine are : Rush Hemispheres / Permanent Waves Saxon Wheels of steel Boston Boston Van Halen Van Halen 1 Eagles One of these nights Rolling stones Black and Blue Jeff Buckley Grace Led Zeppelin Song remains the same / Presence Pink Floyd Animals Nick Drake Pink Moon Bruce Springsteen Nebraska Big Star #1 Record ( or just do 'thirteen' song)
want to second a few:
Deep Purple- Machine Head Fleetwood Mac- Rumours Aerosmith- Toys in the Attic Van Halen- Van Halen 1
and a few more:
Led Zeppelin- Presence Prince- Purple Rain The Rolling Stones- Sticky Fingers Deep Purple- In Rock
Deep purple - machinea head, in rock, Burn Metallica - black album, master of puppets, and justice for all led zeppelin -1,2,4 Queen- Queen 2, A Night At The Opera, News Of The World Pink Floyd - Dark Side of The Moon, Wish You Were Here Van Halen - 1, 1984 Guns N Roses - Appetite for Destruction Cream - Wheels of Fire Iron Maiden - Number Of The Beast Beatles - Abbey Road Gary Moore - Victims Of The Future, Still Got The Blues Whitesnake - Slip Of The Tongue
Alcatrazz No parole from rock 'n roll Malmsteen Rising force Malmsteen Marching out Iron Maiden Iron Maiden Iron Maiden Killers Iron Maiden Number of the beast Rainbow Straight between the eyes Motorhead Ace of spades Metallica ride the lightning Metallica Black album Metallica Kill 'm all Def Leppard Pyromania Scorpions Blackout Scorpions Tokyo tapes Scorpions In trance Scorpions Lovedrive Van halen Van halen 1 Guns 'n roses Appetite for destruction
It just has to be Live & Dangerous - Lizzy! Most of the others mentioned already have songbooks etc - for some reason Live and Dangerous doesn't and it's a s good as it gets ;)
Also Judas Priest Screaming for vengeance, Judas Priest Unleashed in the east, Judas Priest Defender of the faith, Skid Row Slave to the grind… Paganini 24 Caprices
AC/DC "Back in Black" should be a must do. About half of it is already done...
Rush 2112, Permanent Waves, Moving Pictures, Hemispheres(La Villa Strangiato, The Trees) Led Zeppelin II, IV, The Song Remains the Same Ozzy Osbourne -Blizzard of Ozz, Diary of a Madman
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bb king live at the regal or any bb king songs
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Hey I love that Lick Library is expanding the Play Classic Album series.
Some suggestions for what it's worth:Good suggestions above. I'm, going to list mine one at a time as I know its hard for to vote for whole list if there's only one or two you like in the list....
Ted Nugent Double Live Gonzo
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Styx Pieces of Eight (or just lessons on Blue Collar Man & Renegade)
Van Halen Mean Street
Van Halen Diver Down
Judas Priest Hell Bent For Leather
Extreme - Electric guitar songs from III Sides to Every Story
Rainbow-Straight Between the Eyes
Early Scorps Tokyo Tapes or In Trance
Collective Soul -self titled
Individual Songs: Deep Purple Knockin at Your Back Door
Rush Working Man ... have fun laying that solo out note for note
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Montrose first release
An album that influenced many guitarists. a big influence on EVH I had this a cassette as a teen and played it so often the ink with song titles wore off. One time the cassette fell apart and I rewound it and inadvertently flipped sides A & B. I got the opportunity to see Ronnie Montrose perform in a small venue setting just a short time before he passed...
allman brothers at fillmore east
Bon Jovi Slippery When Wet Gets My Vote!!
Scorpions Virgin Killer and In Trance, we want Uli Roth, we want Uli Roth in DVDs
WE WANT ULI ROTH IN DVDS album Virgin Killer and in Trance of Scorpions
Jimi Hendrix - Are you Experienced AC/DC - Back in Black ZZ Top - Tres Hombres Joe Satriani - Surfing with the Alien
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Bon Jovi - Slippery When Wet
Skid Row - Skid Row, Cinderella - Long Cold Winter, Any Aerosmith, Warrant - DRFSR or Cherry Pie, The Cult - Sonic Temple, Poison - Open up and say Ahh...
Thin Lizzy - Live and Dangerous, Dire Straits - Brothers in Arms
how about Bat out of hell by Meat loaf it's actually only got five songs on it as Heaven can wait and for crying out loud don't have any guitar on them. also how about David Lee Roth's skyscraper
more hair metal classic album please!!! skid row, cinderella, def leppard, bon jovi, firehouse, motley crue, dokken, europe.... and of course learn to play Steve Stevens
Aerosmith Get a grip. Zz top Eliminator and Afterburner Ratts invasion of your privacy iron maiden Killers and powerslave Cinderella Nightsongs Gary Moore After hours or wild frontier Acdc Highway to Hell Van halens balance and unlawful and 1984 Scorpions love at first sting.Animal Magnetism
Humble Pie - Rockin' The Fillmore, Frank Zappa - One Size Fits All, Mahavishnu Orchestra - Visions Of The Emerald Beyond, Johnny Winter - Captured Live, UFO - High Stakes & Dangerous Men, Jeff Beck - Wired.
Of course I realise these will never be put into motion but thanks for all the work you do.
hope they do decide to go with some projects listed heres few more gems
def leppard high and dry and pyromania judas priest british steel scorpions crazy world deep purple the battle rages on.
I think so many of the above suggestions are brilliant, if 1% of them got done i would be happy.
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