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Twisted Sister (Official Thread)

Discussion in '80's Music' started by rtbuck, Nov 16, 2009.

  1. METALPRIEST

    METALPRIEST Senior Member

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    Jst saw a Cheap Trick Mariachi mash up last night! Is it for the same thing???
     
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    ComfortablyNumb Unquestionable Presence

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    Always liked Twisted Sister. Fun band. Their videos always made me laugh when I saw them as a kid.
     
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    Phil B. Far Out Man!

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    Not sure..Hornitos is a brand of tequila that is quite popular down here. A lot better than Jose in my opinion.
     
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    DaKillerWolf Cosmic Time Warp Warrior

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    I actually like the first three Twisted Sister albums a lot. After that when they started trying go to big time watered down radio fare (ie Leader of the Pack etc.) to follow up their huge hits off of Stay Hungry, I lost respect and interest.
    The first three are really good though.
     
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    Vehicle Shinedown Fanboy

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    The MTV stuff is what it is. They're not the only band that prostituted themselves to sell records. They are, however, a front runner in looking like prostitutes. . Or some deranged Disney version cartoons of prostitutes.

    I only owned You Can't Stop R&R and Stay Hungry, I can't really comment on any other stuff.

    A lot of pretty good rockers on both. I am especially fond of the title cuts from each, Burn In Hell, The Kids Are Back, I Am (I'm Me).

    My favorite cut, though, is S.M.F. A great intro, cool chorus and a brief but intense lead solo.

    I saw them in concert, and these cats rocked thier a$$es off.
     
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    Tek_54 Spanish Rocker Girl

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    I Only goin' to say.. C'mon Feel the noise....
     
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    One of the first Hard Rock bands I liked as a youth. Favourite album now is Under The Blade

     
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    Lynch Here for the cookies and the tunes

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    Heh, funny that I just stumbled into this thread as "We're Not Gonna Take It" started playing on the radio.

    :grinthumb
     
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    Dee Snider in ‘Holliston’ Video for ‘Love It Down Your Throat’

     
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    One of the best gigs I ever went too was the Stay HUngry gig at Sydneys Hordern Pavilion...awesome fkn stuff indeed...also I think I'm one of the few who actually like The Love is for Suckers album


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