Various - Pure Rock 1989 - The History Of Rockmusic album flac
|1||–The Jeff Healey Band||Angel Eyes||5:19|
|2||–The Doobie Brothers||The Doctor||3:43|
|3||–Great White||Once Bitten Twice Shy||5:23|
|4||–Billy Squier||Don't Say You Love Me||4:28|
|5||–McAuley Schenker Group||Bad Boys||4:03|
|6||–Molly Hatchet||Take Miss Lucy Home||3:10|
|7||–Shiny Gnomes||City Of Skulls||4:09|
|10||–Kingdom Come||Do You Like It||3:38|
|14||–Bad English||Heaven Is A 4 Letter Word||4:45|
|16||–Living Colour||Cult Of Personality||4:54|
|18||–Ace Frehley||Trouble Walkin'||3:08|
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Various – Cornufolkia: A Hidden History Of 60s Psychedelic-Folk From British & Emerald Isles Part 1 - Продолжительность: 1:18:55 sunnyboy66 6 911 .
Disclaimer: There is nothing 'Official' about these lists. First published: 2004-10-24.
The Monsters of Rock Tour 1988 was a festival tour headlined by hard rock band Van Halen as part of their promotion for their OU812 album. The Scorpions were a co-headliner. Opening bands included Metallica, Dokken, and Kingdom Come. It formed the first section of the OU812 Tour, the main part of which followed immediately after Monsters of Rock 1988. As one of the many well-known Monsters of Rock tours, the tour featured an impressive line-up, especially for a single-day event, and proved very popular.
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As he prepped a follow-up, he unleashed The History of Rock, a hodgepodge of new songs, unreleased tunes, demos, old cuts, and re-recordings. According to The History, Rock always knew what he was doing. Anyone that's heard The Polyfuze Method knows that's not the case, but that's the beauty of The History, since the early stuff now sounds of a piece with Devil. It isn't nearly as good, but it has some of the same thrills since his band hits harder and funkier.
2 –Deep Purple Speed King.
The newest of the Pure 80' s series, this time featuring hard rock/heavy metal anthems.
Louisville's post-rock 1989-92. The single most important regional school at the turn of the decade may well have been the one that came from one of the most unlikely of musical scenes and the one that sold the least records: Kentucky's "post-rock". Louisville's musicians introduced a convoluted, angular, cerebral style, that had little in common with rock'n'roll's hedonistic foundations. Slint (101), who also featured drummer Britt Walford, bassist Ethan Buckler and guitarist David Pajo, represented a major shift in musical purpose: they were more intimidating than exciting. The mostly-instrumental music of Tweez (fall 1987 - ? 1989) kept the tension and the neurosis of hardcore but lost the passion and the narrative logic. It was "pointless" music. It was a stylistic black hole which sucked the history of rock music, in which the history of rock music virtually ended.