I know the Outlaws had a shall I call it "45" version of Green Grass and High Tides Forever that was only like 3 minutes and change and cuts out the good middle guitar licks. Then they had the longer album version which is 7 or 8 minutes and I think is really good. The 20 minute version of the song is live and on "Bring me back alive"? I might not have the album name correctly.
I always liked "There Goes Another Love Song" mostly because I could really relate to it!
You aren't the only person who likes video game music...I listen to the music from Enduro Racer and Outrun, and I really want to hear the music from Afterburner Deluxe, but the program I use for Afterburner Deluxe does not run on this computer.
These are all Sega coin-op arcade video games.
Sometimes I listen to the music from F-14 Tomcat, a pinball machine that Williams Electronics made in 1987 or so.
And sometimes I also listen to the music from Wolfenstein 3D, a video game that runs on your pee-cee.
Anthrax "We've Come for You All". [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/buttrock.gif[/img]
For some reason, I wanted to listen to the songs "What Doesn't Die", "Superhero", "Taking the Music Back", and "W.C.F.Y.A.".
Those are both really cool songs! Don't Say No and Emotions In Motion were both outstanding albums, IMO.
[ QUOTE ] The_LED_Museum said:
Both yesterday and today, while I was driving my electric wheelchair and away from home (and away from my stereo too), I "listened" to Billy Squier "Emotions in Motion" and The Scorpions "The Zoo".