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LanierSpots
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70's/80's Monster Ballads, who you got?
I will start with some Skid Row


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I want to know what love is - Foreigner

This was damned near Mrs. Midnight and my "song" -


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LanierSpots
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re: 70's/80's Monster Ballads, who you got?
Love me some Cheap Trick too..

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stinkdawg
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re: 70's/80's Monster Ballads, who you got?
I will say the ultimate 70's is Eric Clapton "Wonderful Tonight".



#frick meatloaf


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damn yankees “high enough”


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LanierSpots
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re: 70's/80's Monster Ballads, who you got?
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I will say the ultimate 70's is Eric Clapton "Wonderful Tonight".



Its a standard for sure but I really do not consider it a rock ballad. Great song and I dont know how to classify it.


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re: 70's/80's Monster Ballads, who you got?
Winger- Headed for a Heartbreak

Tesla - The Way It Is

Tesla Love Song

ETA: Love Song added. It’s the one I was thinking of when I posted the first Tesla Song.

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Freebird - (the most ever requested not)


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re: 70's/80's Monster Ballads, who you got?
Journey - Faithfully


sertorius
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re: 70's/80's Monster Ballads, who you got?
I think the Scorpions really developed the slow ballad in the mid to late '70's. Here's one from '79.

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I will say the ultimate 70's is Eric Clapton "Wonderful Tonight".


quote:

Its a standard for sure but I really do not consider it a rock ballad. Great song and I dont know how to classify it.


It's the musical equivalent of a chick flick.


RogerTheShrubber
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re: 70's/80's Monster Ballads, who you got?
One of the originals

Beth- KISS


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Early 90s....GnR...November Rain


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