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L.A. Guns – Live In Tokyo 1988 (Full Concert)

L.A Guns – Live in Tokyo 1988 (Full Concert)

L.A. Guns – “Live In Tokyo 1988″
Recorded live in Tokyo, Japan, November 14, 1988

1. No Mercy 00:00
2. Hollywood Tease 03:51
3. Shoot For Thrills 06:31
4. One Way Ticket 11:18
5. Rip And Tear 16:58
6. Bitch Is Back 22:24
7. Down In The City 26:30
8. Rock Candy / Guitar Solo 30:23
9. Electric Gypsy 43:37
10. Walk All Over You 47:35
11. One More Reason 53:22

L.A Guns line-up
Phil Lewis – lead vocals
Tracii Guns – lead guitar
Mick Cripps – rhythm guitar
Kelly Nickels – bass guitar

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Firehouse Live In Japan 1991

Firehouse Live In Japan 1991 (Full Concert)

From the glory days of Hair Metal, a sold-out concert in Japan featuring Firehouse’s most wanted hits until that day.

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Cry Wolf - West Wind Blows

Cry Wolf – West Wind Blows

Cry Wolf - West Wind Blows

‘West Wind Blows’ was a massive hit in Japan. It is the opening track of the CD titled ‘Cry Wolf’ which was released only in Japan in 1989

Originally named Heroes, Cry Wolf was formed in the San Francisco East Bay Area with Tim Hall (vocals), Steve McKnight (guitar), Phil Deckard (bass), John Freixas (drums) and JC Crampton (Keyboards) in the mid-1980s.

In 1986, the band moved to Los Angeles and started working the Hollywood club circuit, soon thereafter recruiting Hall’s friend Paul Cancilla on drums. Soon after, keyboardist JC Crampton left the band, and they were forced to change the band’s name. A contest was held in the local BAM Magazine, with the person(s) coming up with the winning name winning Mötley Crüe/Whitesnake concert tickets. The name “Cry Wolf” was chosen out of hundreds of entries.

Looking to set themselves apart from the thousands of other bands flooding into Los Angeles in the late ‘80s, the band gave away their four-song demo to anyone willing to sign their mailing list. Soon, however, the demo was garnering international attention. Kelv Hellrazer (“Metal Forces” magazine) described the four song demo the best he’d ever heard, and further stated “I know it’s all been said before but I kid you not. Cry Wolf almost defy description. The legend begins here!”. Billboard magazine even recognized Cry Wolf as “One of the top five unsigned bands in the world” (The only other American band being the then unknown Pantera).

The success of the demo, along with their growing reputation as one of most energetic and powerful live bands playing in Los Angeles, Cry Wolf was given the unprecedented invitation to tour Japan in February 1989 as an “unsigned” band (releasing their original demo as a limited-edition “Red Vinyl” EP via Monster Records). This was short-lived, however, as the band was promptly offered a recording contract from Epic/Sony on the night of their first show of their tour, which by then had completely sold out.

In September 1989, the band returned to Japan for a month-long sold-out tour to support their critically acclaimed self-titled debut on Epic/Sony, which featured the Beatles song “I Am The Walrus” and the immensely popular “West Wind Blows”, a hit video on MTV Japan.

Source: wikipedia


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Dokken Live In Japan 1995

Dokken Live In Japan 1995 (full concert)

Dokken Live In Japan 1995

1. Tooth & Nail
2. When Heaven Comes Down
3. Into The Fire
3. Kiss Of Death
4. Shadows Of Life
5. The Maze
6. Long Way Home
7. Breaking The Chains
8. Unchain The Night
9. Nothing Left To Say
10. I Will Remember
11. Alone Again
12. Mr. Scary
13. It’s Not Love


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Vandenberg – This Is War (Live In Japan ’84)


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Rough Cutt – Piece of my Heart Live in Japan

Live in Japan – Rough Cutt – Piece of my Heart.
Video Rating: 4 / 5


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Steelheart – Live In Osaka 1990 [FULL SHOW]

01. Love Ain’t Easy
02. Like Never Before
03. Gimme Gimme
04. Girl Gone Crazy
05. I’ll Never Let You Go
06. Can’t Stop Me Lovin’ You
07. Drum / Guitar Solo
08. Rock ‘N Roll (I Just Wanna)

Steelheart Band:
Miljenko Matijevic – Vocals / Guitar / Piano
Chris Risola – Lead Guitar
Frank Di Costanzo – Rhythm Guitar
James Ward – Bass
John Fowler – Drums

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The Runaways – Live in Japan 1977 (Full Concert)

Tokyo, Japan

Joan Jett – guitar, vocals
Sandy West – drums, vocals
Lita Ford – guitar
Cherie Currie – lead vocals
Jackie Fox – bass, vocals

00:12 – *Intro
01:38 – *Come On [beginning of song with strong tunnel noise]
05:26 – Queens Of Noise
09:00 – California Paradise
11:47 – *You Drive Me Wild
15:11 – All Right You Guys
18:54 – *I Love Playin’ With Fire
22:02 – Wild Thing
25:24 – Rock & Roll
29:42 – Neon Angels On The Road To Ruin
33:27 – Cherry Bomb
35:45 – *Blackmail
37:24 – *I Wanna Be Where The Boys Are
40:09 – American Nights
44:28 – Secrets

* – concert audio with behind the scenes videos


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