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This Is '80s Hair Metal

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Disc 1 of 3
01
Cherry Pie
Artist: Warrant
3:06
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Someone Like You
Artist: Bang Tango
4:24
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Cum On Feel The Noize
Artist: Quiet Riot
4:38
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Smooth Up
Artist: Bullet Boys
5:03
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Pissed
Artist: Dangerous Toys
4:10
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Sex Action
Artist: L.A. Guns
3:54
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Leather Boyz With Electric Toyz
Artist: Pretty Boy Floyd
4:08
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Bathroom Wall
Artist: Faster Pussycat
4:59
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Little Teaser
Artist: Jetboy
3:14
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Love Removal Machine
Artist: Great White
4:29
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Make It Go Away
Artist: Michael Monroe
3:01
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Tooth & Nail
Artist: Lynch Mob
3:25
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Mean Street Machine
Artist: King Kobra
4:25
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River Gold
Artist: Hurricane
4:05
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Black Out
Artist: Love/Hate
2:56
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Disc 2 of 3
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Gypsy Road
Artist: Cinderella
3:39
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Kiss Me Deadly
Artist: Lita Ford
4:22
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Living Loving Maid (She's Just A Woman)
Artist: Great White
2:38
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One More Reason
Artist: L.A. Guns
3:49
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(You Can Still) Rock In America
Artist: Night Ranger
5:37
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Hollywood
Artist: Junkyard / L.A. Guns
2:51
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Dressed Up Vamp
Artist: Bang Tango
4:30
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Around Again
Artist: Union
5:54
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Teas'n, Pleas'n
Artist: Dangerous Toys
4:41
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Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
Artist: L.A. Guns
2:18
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Wrathchild
Artist: Paul Di'Anno
2:49
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Somebody Save Me
Artist: Cinderella
2:58
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Ramble On
Artist: Great White
4:37
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What You Say
Artist: Great White
3:50
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[Untitled Hidden Track]
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[Untitled Hidden Track]
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Disc 3 of 3
01
Every Rose Has Its Thorn
Artist: Bret Michaels
4:49
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When The Children Cry
Artist: White Lion
6:17
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Headed For A Heartbreak
Artist: Kip Winger
2:57
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Ballad Of Jayne
Artist: L.A. Guns
5:16
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House Of Pain
Artist: Faster Pussycat
7:51
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Ready For Love
Artist: Great White
4:41
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Sometimes She Cries
Artist: Warrant
4:38
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Don't Know What You've Got ('Til It's Gone)
Artist: Cinderella
5:40
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Dream On
Artist: Ronnie James Dio & Yngwie Malmsteen
4:28
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Sister Christian
Artist: Night Ranger
5:16
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Close My Eyes Forever
Artist: Lita Ford
5:03
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Tuff -- Lights
Artist: Stevie Rachelle
3:12
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Still Lovin' You
Artist: Steve Whiteman & George Lynch
4:53
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Here I Go
Artist: Bernie Shaw & Bernie Marsden
4:01
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 45   Total Length: 183:44

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I agree

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CHEAP

honkylips

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abba11do

Stuff like faster pussycat, that is good, but they kinda messed up van halen, and all that good stuff.

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ok..

abba11do

Stuff like faster pussycat, that is good, but they kinda messed up van halen, and all that good stuff.

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What the freak

davger90

i absolutly love Van halen and they mess up the whole9 yards of music this cd stinks do not download horible

They Say All Music Guide

An odd three-disc set from Deadline, This Is ’80s Hair Metal isn’t nearly as definitive as its title implies. Subtitled “Studio Fuelled,” the first disc in the set features what must be re-recordings — Quiet Riot’s “Cum on Feel the Noize,” Warrant’s “Cherry Pie,” the Bulletboys’ “Smooth Up,” and Pretty Boy Floyd’s “Leather Boyz With Electric Toyz” are featured; honestly, some die-hard fans might prefer these mostly beefy and energetic newer versions over the originals, since the production values on some of the originals haven’t aged well. The second disc, subtitled “Live and Dangerous,” is all live, including performances from the likes of Cinderella, Lita Ford, Dangerous Toys, L.A. Guns, Great White, and Saigon Kick; they’re of no known origin, and the sound quality is all over the place, while the venues seem to range from packed auditoriums to grubby sheds. The third disc is a mixed bag of ballads, most of which are also re-recordings of the originals; a good chunk of the content on this disc is live as well. Though the set will be enjoyable for some, the packaging loses points for being so misleading. – Andy Kellman

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