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|5.||Living For Tonight|
|10.||From The Ashes We Rise|
|11.||Losers And Winners|
|16.||Restless And Wild|
|17.||Son Of A Bitch|
|19.||Dark Side Of My Heart|
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|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: July 17, 2017 at 7:37|
|Doghouse, let's keep this on the Dan-O Down-low. As pertaining to your previous comments to what makes the cut on HH vs B.M. this band set's a HH precedent for having their discography on both sites. Therefore all the bands I mentioned in the best of post should have a green light. I liked some of the vintage Accept albums and the David Reece MHR offering, but I have never warmed to Mark Tornill's vocals.|
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