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I can't say Heart was better - but they were outstanding as well - the current lineup is solid, but the band remains all about Ann and Nancy.


Man!!! I remember vividly thinking about how washed up they seemed to me when I saw them at the Assembly Center 27 years ago.






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Man!!! I remember vividly thinking about how washed up they seemed to me when I saw them at the Assembly Center 27 years ago.


You would be amazed at how good they are these days. I saw them in 89 and they were "meh".

Saw em in 2011 and 2012 and they were incredible.






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Man!!! I remember vividly thinking about how washed up they seemed to me when I saw them at the Assembly Center 27 years ago.



Was it the Bad Animals tour? Because that was October 1987 - I only know this because I:

1. Was at that show in the PMAC

2. Part of the warm-up was they played an entire album of another artist - that album was Hysteria, that band was Def Leppard - therefore, I actually heard Pour Some Sugar on Me, for the first time, that very same evening.

If you got there early enough - you did, too.



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Saw them on their Hysteria tour way back then. Tesla opened for them here in Bham. Love Tesla too, but I was very underwhelmed by their live performance. Def Leppard rocked it though.





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For the last two days I randomly have been getting this stuck in my head throughout the day. Yeah, but are you gettin' it? Armageddon it! Ooh, really gettin' it? Yeah, Armaggedon it! GD THREAD!!!


Here let me help you out...

Women! women! - Lots of pretty women
Men! men! - They can't live without them
Women! women! - Lots of pretty women
Men! men! - They can't live without them









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Man, what did strippers dance to 26 years ago?



Best stripper song ever.. Night Prowler






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Was it the Bad Animals tour? Because that was October 1987 - I only know this because I:

1. Was at that show in the PMAC

2. Part of the warm-up was they played an entire album of another artist - that album was Hysteria, that band was Def Leppard - therefore, I actually heard Pour Some Sugar on Me that very same evening.

If you got there early enough - you did, too.


No. It was definitely in March of '86. It was a Sunday night five days before the LSU/Purdue game in the same building in the first round of the Big Dance when we went to the Final Four. I remember Ann Wilson saying something about it and of course the crowd loving it.

I also remember being a little surprised to see some flyers in the bathroom for the Saxon/Armored Saint show at the Texas Club a few nights later, which was one I couldn't wait for. Now THAT was a HELL of a show.






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No. It was definitely in March of '86. It was a Sunday night five days before the LSU/Purdue game in the same building in the first round of the Big Dance when we went to the Final Four. I remember Ann Wilson saying something about it and of course the crowd loving it.



Ah - that was the year before I moved to Baton Rouge - that must have been the Heart album tour (What About Love, Never, These Dreams, etc.).

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I also remember being a little surprised to see some flyers in the bathroom for the Saxon/Armored Saint show at the Texas Club a few nights later, which was one I couldn't wait for. Now THAT was a HELL of a show.



Never saw either act live, but I always heard great things about their shows - I bet that was a hoot.






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