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
John Mellemcamp AKA Johnny Cougar -American Fool album
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I am most definitely in with Ken Snell for Robin Trower: Bridge of Sighs. Again, most definitely in!
Traffic: The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys. Jethro Tull: Stand Up and Aqualung. Ten Years After: A Space In Time. And maybe Faces: Long Player.
I would love The Wall/Pink Floyd....Tommy/The who...The Beatles/ Abbey Road...and what has been suggested by others on here.
Anything by Ratt or Blue Oyster Cult would be killer! Not necessarily entire albums, although that would be great.
Also: Queensryche - Operation: Mindcrime Def Leppard - High n Dry Cinderella - Night Songs
SAVATAGE - Streets - A Rock Opera SAVATAGE - Gutter Ballet GOTTHARD - G BLACK SABBATH - Heaven And Hell ACCEPT - Metalheart ACCEPT - Balls To The Wall DEEP PURPLE - Perfect Strangers THIN LIZZY - Dedication DREAM THEATER - Images And Words WHITESNAKE - Slide It In CINDERELLA - Long Cold Winter QUEENSRYCHE - Operation Mindcrime
Really, the first six VH albums. Woot!
Van Halen 1984!!!
Master of Puppets- Metallica, Peace Sells but whos buying -Megadeth, Blizzard of Oz -Ozzy Osbourne, Judas Priest- Defenders of the Faith, Van Halen -For Unlawful Carnel Knowledge, ZZTop-Eliminator
On top of Gary Moore, all missing Pink Floyd and Led Zepellin LPs, I'd suggest R.E.M. Automatic for the people and Out of Time.
Pantera "Cowboys From Hell"
I would like to suggest two albums which were recorded at the same show and really should have been a double live release.
Rock N' Roll Animal and Lou Reed Live.
Dick Wagner & Steve Hunter.
Bon Jovi New Jersey and Keep The Faith, Aerosmith - Pump, Def Leppard - Pyromania and Euphoria, Melissa Etheridge - Yes I am and Lucky, RHCP - Blood Sugar and Californication, Skid Row - Slave to the Grind and Slave To The Grind, SRV - Texas Flood, Jimi Hendrix - Axis and Electric Ladyland, Eric Clapton - Journeyman, John Mayer - Try and Continumm, Manic Street Preachers - Everything Must Go, Riverdogs - Riverdogs, Last In Line - Heavy Crown
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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
Absolutely more DLR my preference would be Eat Em And Smile
Metallica - ....And Justice For All
Metallica - Ride The Lightning
Two one of the BEST albums in METAL history!
How about the album of the year 1972 'Argus' by Wishbone Ash. Surely one of the best guitar bands never to have a Lick Library Lesson.
Yngwie J. Malmsteen, Rising Force and/or Triology
Thin Lizzy "Jailbreak" 1976 Arguably the most solid album this group every did. Starting off with the title track, the band really smokes and makes everything count. The Boys Are Back In Town was a hit single for them, but I feel that Cowboy Song may be the best track on this album.
- "Jailbreak" Phil Lynott 4:01
- "Angel from the Coast" Phil Lynott, Brian Robertson 3:03
- "Running Back" Lynott 3:13
- "Romeo and the Lonely Girl" Lynott 3:55
- "Warriors" Lynott, Scott Gorham 4:09
- "The Boys Are Back in Town" Lynott 4:27
- "Fight or Fall" Lynott 3:45
- "Cowboy Song" Lynott, Brian Downey 5:16
- "Emerald" Lynott, Robertson, Downey, Gorham 4:03
Styx Grand illusion,Queen News Of The World,Day At The Races
WE WANT ULI ROTH IN DVDS album Virgin Killer and in Trance of Scorpions
yngwie would be awesome, but who could play it ;D Rising Force Album maybe?
Classic album suggestions :
Dream theater : Images and words
It would be really nice to learn all the classic songs from this brilliant album. I'm pretty positive this will be another great lick library dvd.
CLASSIC ALBUM SUGGESTIONS:
RUSH: MOVING PICTURES
AEROSMITH: TOYS IN THE ATTIC
I'm sure these would be huge sellers. Joe
I´d like to see some courses about Canadian band SAGA. Albums: "SAGA", "Images at Twilight", Worlds Apart" or "Silent Knight". Also single songs like On the Loose, Humble Stance, Don´t Be Late, Wind Him Up, How Long, The Flyer. In that cases I would a good idea to combine guitar with some interesting keyboard parts.
How about Boston... it would be nice to have a few Boston songs from the debut album...
More Classic Album Suggestions...
Deep Purple-In Rock, Perfect Strangers, Ted Nugent-Double Live Gonzo, Foghat-Live, KISS-Love Gun, Creatures of the Night, Asylum, Pat Travers-Crash and Burn, Sammy Hagar-Standing Hampton, Three Lock Box, I Never Said Goodbye, Journey-Captured, Robin Trower-Bridge of Sighs, Frank Marino and Mahogany Rush-Live, Scorpions-Lovedrive, UFO-Strangers in the Night, Lynyrd Skynyrd-Street Survivors, Cheap Trick-At Budokan, Heaven Tonight, Rainbow-Bent Out of Shape, Grand Funk Railroad-Caught in the Act, Eagles-The Long Run, Styx-Pieces of Eight, Montrose-Montrose, The Allman Brothers-The Allman Brothers Band, Eat a Peach, Whitesnake-Slide It In, Slip of the Tongue, Motley Crue-Theatre of Pain, Girls, Girls, Girls, Skid Row-Skid Row.
UFO:profession of violence/Scorpions /animal magnetism/MSG/SAXON:strong arms of the law/Trust:repression
Alcatrazz No parole from rock 'n roll Malmsteen Rising Force Malmsteen Marching out Scorpions In Trance Scorpions Virgin killer Scorpions Tokyo tapes Metallica Ride the lightning
The Clash- London Calling
Deep Purple- In Rock
Led Zeppelin- Led Zeppelin 1
Rolling Stones- Sticky Fingers
Foo Fighters- Wasting Light
Stone Gods (the Darkness) Silver Spoons and Broken Bones, awesome album
Jamie Humphries said In an interview that Metalica's the black album and Gary Moore's still got the blues where going to be recorded for the classic Albums series. and he competed the filming of the black Album about a month ago. and as for live and dangers by thin lizzy absolutely
Thin Lizzy - Live and Dangerous - Defo thumbs up!!!
I'd like to see a classic album for Bryan Adams - Reckless and Gary Moore's - Still got the blues for you and after hours
Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush - LIVE
I will buy it immediately.
Thank you very much.
good choices i would also add ballbreaker album Ac/dc and slash snakepit aint life grand
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Def Leppard Hysteria, Deep Purple Machine Head, Van Halen FUCK and Balance, Bon Jovi Keep the Faith, Chickenfoot Chickenfoot 3 Metallica Black Album
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rainbow difficult to cure and straight between the eyes.and thin lizzy live and dangerous.judas priest defender of the faith.point of entry.iron maiden brave new world.dance of death.thunder behind closed doors
I think so many of the above suggestions are brilliant, if 1% of them got done i would be happy.
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