Tesla (Official Thread)

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Sweeeet!! :grinthumb

I spun the first album on Saturday!!!

Comin' Atcha Live is a metal gem!!

 

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They've done a number of covers, both in concert and in the studio, including two albums (Reel to Reel v1 & v2). They have a ton of talent as far as I'm concerned.


I do love this CBB cover. :D It's not as "pretty" as the original, but I still enjoy it.
 

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Yeah I will say they do a great job at covers. Their cover of We Can Work It Out was a good one too!
 

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Band I remember hearing a lot of on the game GTA Vice City on VRock station. Who says video games don't have benefits? :heheh:
This song Cumin Atcha Live was the song I heard.

 

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My first Tesla song was Love Song on a cassette single!

What You Give is another GREAT song by them.

Psychotic Supper is my favorite Tesla album.

IMO one of Tesla's best and most beautiful original songs is Song & Emotion ...

 

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Berserker: I would suggest any and all of their first three studio albums as must-owns. Tesla gets unfairly lumped into the "hair band" genre which couldn't be further from the truth. Not that I mind the hair band label because I am a huge fan of the genre (or sub-genre), but Tesla was a straight-up, in-your-face hard rock band from the 80's and early 90's. Solid music from start to finish.

Mechanical Resonance (1986)
The Great Radio Controversy (1989)
Psychotic Supper (1991)

220px-Tesla_Mechanicalresonance.jpgTesla_The_Great_Radio.jpgTesla_Psychoticsupper.jpg


Their other albums are all solid, both the live ones and other studio sets, but these three are all 5 out of 5 stars in my honest opinion
 

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Berserker: I would suggest any and all of their first three studio albums as must-owns. Tesla gets unfairly lumped into the "hair band" genre which couldn't be further from the truth. Not that I mind the hair band label because I am a huge fan of the genre (or sub-genre), but Tesla was a straight-up, in-your-face hard rock band from the 80's and early 90's. Solid music from start to finish.

Mechanical Resonance (1986)
The Great Radio Controversy (1989)
Psychotic Supper (1991)

220px-Tesla_Mechanicalresonance.jpgTesla_The_Great_Radio.jpgTesla_Psychoticsupper.jpg


Their other albums are all solid, both the live ones and other studio sets, but these three are all 5 out of 5 stars in my honest opinion

Agreed...I NEVER understood the "hair band" comparison with these guys....:wtf:

Also I updated this entire thread since it's been bumped, so have fun all

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