Ace Frehly Budokan Les Paul

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Re: Ace Frehly Budokan Les Paul

Postby RiverRat » Tue Jul 03, 2012 8:19 pm

mgbills wrote:Sorry guys. But I'm glad you enjoyed it. I think I was into Styx at the time.
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Re: Ace Frehly Budokan Les Paul

Postby strumminsix » Wed Jul 04, 2012 5:19 am

RiverRat wrote:
mgbills wrote:Sorry guys. But I'm glad you enjoyed it. I think I was into Styx at the time.
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Styx never saved an amusement park!

Or Christmas :lol:
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Re: Ace Frehly Budokan Les Paul

Postby mgbills » Wed Jul 04, 2012 7:37 am

Yea...I know right!
But...Styx made my high-school girlfriend "happy" :-) . As did other sacrifices I made for my muse of the era...REO, Jouney, ...of course she loved Lionel Richie...but I was spared that indignity. Of the long list of ballad bands I endured in the name of teenage rage-a-hol...Styx was a pretty cool live show. Nothing like Back in Black, but better than most.

Gotta say though...another byproduct of that era is that I wouldn't go to see Aerosmith in my back yard...or the Rolling Stones.

The FatMan saved me. Truly. :peas:
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