Paris is Burning

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Oooh Yeah!!!! :bowdown

Love it Live too.

Personal anecdote....The first record (45) that I ever bought as a kid had this on the B side. The A side was Come Together. Always thought it was one of their most intriguing songs, and wondered why it was never more popular than it was.
 

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S, I saw Kane with Coop, he was SEXY, he should have joined Manowar.
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Looks like the dude version of the Pussycat Dolls.
 

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The key to not repeating historical mistakes is to scrub history as clean as it’ll get, and then scrub a little more.

“But this time its totally different because we have social media.”
“Uh huh.”

Best not to engage.


There’s no quick fix. The only long-term solution is evolve or become extinct.
 

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S, loudest band I ever saw-Club Bene' Dinner theatre 1988-high on LSD-I was,popped my gal's top blouse button! That loud. I ate prime rib+oysters+,LSD did not quell my hunger.
Seems like an odd (yet awesome!) venue for an Alice show. Sounds like that memory won't leave you anytime soon. :headbanger:
 

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There’s no quick fix. The only long-term solution is evolve or become extinct.
I'd wager that 100 native Parisians in one room would/could probably not come to agreement on what evolving (in their particular case) would entail. They'd all have at least slightly different versions. Add in some non-native cultural influence, and I'd pretty much guarantee that's the case here.
 

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Personal anecdote....The first record (45) that I ever bought as a kid had this on the B side. The A side was Come Together. Always thought it was one of their most intriguing songs, and wondered why it was never more popular than it was.

I kind of discovered Aerosmith in 1986 (I was 16) with the "Classic Live" CD.
Kings and Queens was track number 2, it blowed my mind… then next tracks were Sweet Emotion, Dream On and Mama Kin… I, today, still remember that moment in my life.



I Don't remember what came next, only that the last song is Major Barbra.
Still got the CD somewhere.
 

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I was just wondering when George Lynch got off the creatine.
I'm seeing manboobs lately.

Who was the guy that played guitar for Alice Cooper many years ago that was also built like Godzilla?? I saw him in a live video. That dude looked like he was choking out a Ukulele. :rofl:
Kane Roberts if this hasn't already been mentioned.

Saw Cooper in the 80's & it was like watching a bodybuilding contest with him.

...& that M16 guitar!
 

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If a beautiful woman, with a French accent, looks at me just right...I'm a puddle of goo...
 

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Yep! Still have it.

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1-Train Kept A-Rollin'
2-Kings and Queens
3-Sweet Emotion
4-Dream On
5-Mama Kin
6-Three Mile Smile/Reefer Head Woman
7-Lord Of The Thighs
8-Major Barbra

I think I am ready for a 3am Aerosmith shoot.
 

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I don't understand the French language, but...you don't see THIS everyday.
 

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Kane Roberts if this hasn't already been mentioned.

Saw Cooper in the 80's & it was like watching a bodybuilding contest with him.

...& that M16 guitar!

I remember that! It was the Constrictor tour. Kane was a sight on stage, and Kip Winger was his bass player.

Tesla opened up for him and were touring on their first album.

Amazing night all around.
 

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