Thursday, April 6, 2017

"E" hair band songs - #atozchallenge

Enter Sandman
by : Metallica
1991
album : Metallica

...sometimes you just need to hate
Everything About You
by : Ugly Kid Joe
1992
album : America's Least Wanted

(power ballad #1)
18 & Life
by : Skid Row
1989
album : Skid Row

(power ballad #2)
Every Rose Has Its Thorn
by : Poison
1988
album : Open Up and Say...Ahh!

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30 comments:

  1. Looking at the list I immediately knew which one my favourite would be (without knowing the other ones, hahaha): Every Rose has its Thorn. Fond memories. I also liked Skid Row of which I had never heard of before.

    Keep up the great music! (Can't wait for J!)

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  2. What a fun idea!
    https://bethlapinsatozblog.wordpress.com/2017/04/06/energy/

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    1. Thanks, I really like your daily affirmations, too

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  3. More great videos - you have done a lot of research on this theme.

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    1. It was actually quite easy - I picked the songs that I liked and found the videos for them. Time consuming because I had to watch them & sing along, tho :)

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    1. I may have thought about getting my nose pierced like the bass player at one time... :)

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  5. Love it!

    http://authenticallylivinglife.blogspot.com/2017/04/e-is-for-educational-risks.html

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    1. Thanks! I really like your theme about risks. Lots to think about there!

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  6. The best one yet! I like all of these. If I had to pick a favorite...Enter Sandman. The volume always gets cranked way up for that one.

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    1. It's impossible to sit still when that one plays!

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  7. interesting seeing how Bret Michaels has aged.

    Joy @ The Joyous Living

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    1. I wonder if he's bald under that rag he always wears now......

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  8. LOVE Every Rose has its Thorn. Thanks for sharing - I hadn't thought of that in years.

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  9. I'm getting quite an education in songs I've not listened to before. I feel my mind broadening as I listen.

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    1. There's not much like good ol' 80s music on the radio anymore.

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  10. I don't know any of these! Thanks for expanding my listening.
    Janet
    E is for Elton John

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    1. I'm so glad to be adding to your education!

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  11. Now I'm feeling old - these guys were a bit after my time, but I can still admire all that hair and how cute they are in all their brooding rebellion!
    Leanne | cresting the hill

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    1. They are some interesting characters!

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  12. Whoa...you have the modern masters of metal listed as a hairband? Fair enough I suppose they did have plenty of hair back then. Talk about immortal bands and immortal songs...exit light, enter night, take my hand, we're off to never never land. I love Metallica.

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    1. Enter Sandman falls firmly into my classification of "songs I just freakin' like"! The semi hitting the bed in the video has always been my favorite part.
      I also use XM radio's HairNation station as validation as to what other people would consider "hair bands". :) But even they play some stuff that I wouldn't think - Nelson??? Really??

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  13. I've never thought of Metallica as a hair band, but I'll agree that "Enter Sandman" is one heck of a great song.

    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out

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    1. They're on the heavier side but I think they fit in my interpretation. :)

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  14. So far, this is my favorite post of this year's A to Z.
    ~Katie
    TheCyborgMom

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    1. Thanks! I've been enjoying it, too!

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