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Orkun

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Hey, let's share the songs which are important for us. And also if it isn't a problem for you or not about with the private life, you can share the memory ;) .

Mine;

These songs always reminds me that good times when I played with Hard Rock/AOR band Destroyer. Sadly we disbanded...




















BTW how is my music taste for a 14 y.o. boy?
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Hey Orkun
This was the first ballad I fell for (around your age? you are 14 ?):

(these both melt me and often bring tears..., which are sometime necessary  :'( )
And a couple that helped/inspired the energy in my playing, particularly live:


(the whole sus 4 thing in this was a big influence, hear attached many years later..)
And for great solos etc etc..:


(can't help but feel this would sound even better if Mick Box had a MP1/2, and Garry Thain (RIP) a MB1)
But I could go on forever.. like most of us I suspect.

The song that started it all for me was Slade Take Me Back Home, just had to turn the radio up...:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ChpAl0rlTB4


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I have more albums that bring back memories than songs.

Just off the cuff Judas Priest - Turbo reminds me of a summer back in about 1998.

Kruiz - Kruiz-1 Reminds me off early months going out with my girl friend.

Iron Maiden - killers and compilation Venom - From Heaven to the Unknown reminds of playing the video gam "Doom" when my brother was out for the night on his playstation back in the mid to late 90's and being scared shitless as I was playing it I the dark.  Takes me right back to those memories when I hear those albums.

There are a tonne more I could think off.
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Hey Orkun, nice list buddy!  :thumb-up:
So many come to mind here is a few:

Triumph, Rock and Roll machine.  This one is what made me want to play guitar.
Krokus , Screaming in the night.  First song I learned on guitar.
Def Leppard,  Another hit and run. First song I ever played live
Pink Floyd,  Comfortably numb. First solo that took me forever to get right, still hard to get 100% correct. :facepalm:
Cinderella, Shake Me. Song I was playing the first time I met the woman who became my wife. (Still married btw 21 years later) :headbanger:
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Another great one I have (Judas Priest again  :facepalm:) is getting eh video of Judas Priest - live.  No not the Fuel for life Tour.  The one from Memphis show in '82 on the screaming for vengeance tour!

Man oh man I watched that so many times!  Again it reminds me of like 1997-98 and really getting into Judas Priest and guitar and I was obsessed with the Screaming for Vengeance album although I had the video of that show before I had the actual album!

Accept Restless and Wild reminds me of winter 97-98 also.  Must have been a formative time for me and my heavy metal obsession!!

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Hey Orkun
This was the first ballad I fell for (around your age? you are 14 ?):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7kpZSSOIak (and what a guitar solo  :bow: ).
And later:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYw9UrsFJa4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XhDGkg8SpQ (these both melt me and often bring tears..., which are sometime necessary  :'( )
And a couple that helped/inspired the energy in my playing, particularly live:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIIDUVWfA4s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gz4JlMQamnc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Frq_z2cuo4g (the whole sus 4 thing in this was a big influence, hear attached many years later..)
And for great solos etc etc..:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wr9ie2J2690
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXTopchIrNY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6SQniO7SnU (can't help but feel this would sound even better if Mick Box had a MP1/2, and Garry Thain (RIP) a MB1)
But I could go on forever.. like most of us I suspect.

The song that started it all for me was Slade Take Me Back Home, just had to turn the radio up...:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ChpAl0rlTB4

I really loved your music taste rnolan  :thumb-up: !
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Also all of these songs reminds me 2016 summer too, the best times of Destroyer. And also all of these ballad, AOR songs reminds me my summer love(sadly, that was just a summer love.).

Doctor Doctor is the one of the most important songs for me. It started me to playing hard rock.

Also these songs important for me;
Loverboy, Heaven In Your Eyes
Stage Dolls, Hard To Say Goodbye
KISS, Reason To Live
Winger, Miles Away
Scorpions, When The Smoke Is Going Down
Steve Perry, Captured By The Moment
Asia, The Smile Has Left Your Eyes
Steve Perry, Oh Sherrie
Van Halen, Can't Stop Lovin' You
Chicago, Hard To Say I'm Sorry/Get Away
LOUDNESS, Crazy Night
Iron Maiden, Lightning Strikes Twice
Iron Maiden, Don't Look To Eyes Of A Stranger
Loverboy, This Could Be The Night
Nelson, (Can't Live Without Your) Love And Affection
Def Leppard, When The Love & Hate Collide
Van Halen, Jump
Great White, Angel Song
Great White, Rock Me
Great White, Is Anybody There
Vinnie Vincent Invasion, Love Kills
Vinnie Vincent Invasion, That Time Of Year
Keel, I Said The Wrong Thing To The Right Girl
Kix, Don't Close Your Eyes
Van Halen, Panama
Cinderella, Nobody's Fool
Great White, Lady Red Light


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More than I writed here!  :thumb-up:
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I have more albums that bring back memories than songs.

Just off the cuff Judas Priest - Turbo reminds me of a summer back in about 1998.

Kruiz - Kruiz-1 Reminds me off early months going out with my girl friend.

Iron Maiden - killers and compilation Venom - From Heaven to the Unknown reminds of playing the video gam "Doom" when my brother was out for the night on his playstation back in the mid to late 90's and being scared shitless as I was playing it I the dark.  Takes me right back to those memories when I hear those albums.

There are a tonne more I could think off.

Now I'm listening Kruiz, very good band  :headbanger: .
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Now I'm listening Kruiz, very good band  :headbanger: .

Then you will like this song.  Now it's in Russian I don't understand the words, but I don't need to, this is why music is incredible.  One of my fav songs by them.  Three very talented musicians, each in their own right!


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All very good choices listed by everyone so far.  I'm very impressed with Orkun's list, he being 14 and all.   :banana-rock:






 
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All very good choices listed by everyone so far.  I'm very impressed with Orkun's list, he being 14 and all.   :banana-rock:

Thank you very much brother  :) .
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Also I'm a Stryper fan too.
For You (a track from 7: The Best Of Stryper)
Honestly
First Love
(Waiting For) A Love That's Real
God
Makes Me Wanna Sing
King Of Kings
Soldiers Under Command

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Lots of songs  :thumb-up: .
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All very good choices listed by everyone so far.  I'm very impressed with Orkun's list, he being 14 and all.   :banana-rock:

well when I was 14 I liked all the good stuff too  :thumb-up:  I still like the same stuff.......just more of it!

However what's more impressive about Orkun is he likes al that music in this modern era!  Then again kids who come to my bands shows like bands you'd never dream of them knowing about and it always impresses me and reminds me of when I was young and getting into great heavy metal bands but it was the 90's and truly awful time for people who liked that kind of music!  I may as well have been a witch during the the trials of 1692 back in the 90's and being into metal!  It was a horrendous time in the U.K for that music.

But we stood the test of time!  :thumb-up:
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I really loved your music taste rnolan  :thumb-up: !
Thanks Orkun, I'm touched  :wave: but of course like all of us, there's a gazillion more LoL... I very much like your choices also, and +1  :thumb-up: with RG how younger people get into allot of the same stuff us older dudes grew up with. The Who, Behind Blue Eyes (great song BTW off Who's Next) is an interesting one, it was covered by Limp Bizkit many years later, and was very popular (most didn't know from where it came), they did a great job but left out the best part of the song  :facepalm: .
It's interesting (well to me anyway) that curtain things emote, take you back, to a moment in you life, like a particular temperature, combined with a particular breeze, or slight smell in the air, or, as we are focused on here, various bits of music.

Mick Ronson is another guitarist that seems to have leaked into my playing and reminds me of lots of good times (Ian Hunter - Lounge Lizzard, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQ7Mm_TkJOE)
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