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Underrated bands of the 80's

Discussion in '80's Music' started by jimmyn321, Oct 28, 2006.

  1. snakes&ladders

    snakes&ladders Senior Member

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    R. Evans Left Of Center

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    John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band (yeah, I know a Springsteen knockoff, but still made some decent music)
    Omar And The Howlers
    Box Of Frogs
    The Cruzados
    Del Fuegos
    The Call

    and last but not least, The Church.

    Reptile is one of the best unknown songs to come out of the 80s!:grinthumb

     
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    Crimson Glory
     
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    kingrockerdude Hell Bent on Rocking

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    Well for my two pence worth both Saxon and Thunder have be in there as two of the most underated bands of the 80's



     
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    rollingstoned Queens of the Stone Age

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    That is a great tune, I love the 2 guitar parts.
     
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    LG Fade To Black

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    I love Saxon and they are still kickin' now.:tup:
     
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    starman Let The Children Lose It

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    Hey MR. Grendel. Didn't see you on here for a while. Glad you are OK. I think Todd Rundgren did some pretty amazing stuff in the 80s. Of course he has always been an under appreciated cult figure.

    I actually loath the USA 80s as being the most uncreative and commercialized aspect in the time line of Rock music to date. There are exceptions of course, but hair and spandex make me sick.

    Thank goodness for the NWOBHM as well as the lesser known progressive stuff.

    Ultimately, Savatage was probably one of my favorite 80s bands.
     
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    Love Savatage myself Starman, just took a break from the forum for a few days, did some painting and other chores that I have been neglecting, but I'm back now,,,whether that's good or bad I'll let others decide.:heheh:
     
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    Madness!
     

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