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Old 29 Jan 2007, 00:37   #1
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1. For Crying Out Loud (10.00)
2. Bat Out Of Hell (10.00)
3. Objects In The Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer Than They Are (9.84)
4. Paradise By The Dashboard Light (feat. Ellen Foley) (9.73)
5. Rock And Roll Dreams Come Through (9.70)
6. I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That) (feat. Lorraine Crosby) (9.68)
7. Keeper Keep Us (9.67)
8. Heaven Can Wait (9.52)
9. Everything Louder Than Everything Else (9.37)
10. Out Of The Frying Pan (And Into The Fire) (9.36)
11. I'm Gonna Love Her For Both Of Us (9.34)
12. Life Is A Lemon And I Want My Money Back (9.33)
13. You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night) (9.31)
14. Testify (9.29)
15. Come Back To Sorrento (feat. Luciano Pavarotti) (9.25)
16. Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad (9.21)
17. Did I Say That? (9.14)
18. Man Of Steel (feat. Pearl Aday) (9.05)
19. Original Sin (9.05)
20. Read 'em And Weep (9.04)
21. Blind As A Bat (9.00)
22. Piece Of The Action (extended version) (9.00)

23. Somebody Loves Me (8.95)
24. Wasted Youth (performed by Jim Steinman) (8.88)
25. Left In The Dark (8.85)
26. Lost Boys And Golden Girls (8.85)
27. It Just Won't Quit (8.80)
28. Couldn't Have Said It Better (feat. Patti Russo) (8.76)
29. All Revved Up With No Place To Go (8.75)
30. Where The Rubber Meets The Road (8.71)
31. In The Land Of The Pig, The Butcher Is King (8.63)
32. Forever Young (8.61)
33. I'll Kill You If You Don't Come Back (8.58)
34. Good Girls Go To Heaven (Bad Girls Go Everywhere) (8.52)
35. Alive (8.50)
36. Oh What A Beautiful Morning (8.50)
37. Dead Ringer For Love (feat. Cher) (8.48)
38. Bad Attitude (8.46)
39. Cheatin' In Your Dreams (8.46)
40. More Than You Deserve (8.45)
41. A Kiss Is A Terrible Thing To Waste (feat. Bonnie Tyler) (8.42)
42. Home By Now/No Matter What (8.36)
43. Surf's Up (8.36)
44. Love You Out Loud (8.32)
45. Standing On The Outside (8.32)
46. Nowhere Fast (8.25)
47. The Monster Is Loose (8.23)
48. Don't Leave Your Mark On Me (8.23)
49. Mercury Blues (8.18)
50. Monstro (8.18)
51. Where Angels Sing (8.13)
52. Piece Of The Action (8.13)
53. Because Of You (8.10)
54. Execution Day (8.00)
55. Let It Be (8.00)

56. Is Nothing Sacred (7.98)
57. Why Isn't That Enough (7.96)
58. Modern Girl (extended version) (7.96)
59. What About Love (feat. Patti Russo) (7.93)
60. I'd Lie For You (And That's The Truth) (feat. Patti Russo) (7.92)
61. Bad For Good (feat. Brian May) (7.90)
62. A Time For Heroes (feat. Brian May) (7.80)
63. Lawyers, Guns And Money (7.77)
64. Modern Girl (7.72)
65. Amnesty Is Granted (7.68)
66. Tear Me Down (7.67)
67. Martha (7.67)
68. Take A Number (7.67)
69. Seize The Night (7.65)
70. Sailor To A Siren (7.65)
71. Sunshine (feat. Stoney) (7.60)
72. Jumpin' The Gun (7.57)
73. Decadent Wish (7.54)
74. Not A Dry Eye In The House (7.50)
75. Lost Love (7.50)
76. Roll Over Beethoven (7.40)
77. Don't You Look At Me Like That (7.37)
78. If It Ain' Broke Break It (7.37)
79. Unsaid (7.35)
80. Nocturnal Pleasure (performed by Jim Steinman) (7.34)
81. Fallen Angel (7.32)
82. If You Really Want To (7.31)
83. (I'd Love To Be) As Heavy As Jesus (feat. Stoney) (7.29)
84. Peel Out (7.27)
85. Back Into Hell (7.21)
86. Runnin' For The Red Light (I Gotta Life) (7.16)
87. Hearts On Fire (7.13)
88. Nowhere Fast (extended version) (7.13)
89. Blind Before I Stop (7.10)
90. You're Right, I Was Wrong (feat. Patti Russo) (7.07)
91. The Promised Land (7.04)
92. Rock 'n' Roll Hero (7.03)
93. Intermezzo (7.02)
94. Blind Before I Stop (extended mix) (7.00)
95. Tonight Is Right For Love (feat. Chef) (7.00)
96. Midnight At The Lost And Found (remix) (7.00)

97. If God Could Talk (6.97)
98. If This Is The Last Kiss (Let's Make It Last All Night) (feat. Patti Russo) (6.94)
99. Everything Is Permitted (6.92)
100. She Waits By The Window (feat. Stoney) (6.90)
101. Do It! (6.87)
102. It's All Coming Back To Me Now (feat. Marion Raven) (6.84)
103. Masculine (6.83)
104. Razor's Edge (6.81)
105. It Takes All Kind Of People (feat. Stoney) (6.80)
106. Keep Driving (6.73)
107. Cry Over Me (6.68)
108. What You See Is What You Get (feat. Stoney) (6.66)
109. Rock 'n' Roll Mercenaries (6.50)
110. Priscilla (6.50)
111. The Future Ain't What It Used To Be (feat. Jennifer Hudson) (6.18)
112. Jessica White (feat. Stoney) (6.17)
113. Stone Heart (6.10)
114. Midnight At The Lost And Found (6.05)
115. Wolf At Your Door (6.00)
116. Revolution Per Minute (6.00)
117. Jimmy Bell (feat. Stoney) (6.00)
118. Lady Be Mine (feat. Stoney) (6.00)

119. One More Kiss (Night Of The Soft Parade) (5.94)
120. Who Is The Leader Of The People (5.70)
121. Game Of Love (feat. Stoney) (5.60)
122. You Can Never Be Too Sure About The Girl (5.50)
123. Getting Away With Murder (extended mix) (5.50)
124. Kiss Me Again (feat. Stoney) (5.50)
125. Man And A Woman (5.13)
126. Burning Down (5.10)
127. Rock 'n' Roll Mercenaries (exploded mix) (5.08)
128. Getting Away With Murder (5.06)
129. Come Together (5.00)

130. Special Girl (4.88)
131. Let Me Come Down Easy (feat. Stoney) (4.83)
132. Thrashin' (4.75)
133. Cry To Heaven (4.60)
134. Fiesta de las Almas Perdidas (4.46)
135. 45 Seconds Of Ecstasy (4.40)
136. The Way You Do The Things You Do (feat. Stoney) (4.33)
137. Everything Under The Sun (feat. Stoney) (4.25)

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Old 29 Jan 2007, 01:20   #2
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Some days and I refresh the list with the rare songs...
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Old 29 Jan 2007, 01:35   #3
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Lordy! Between you and Emma, we have all the data we could ever need ... and more.

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Old 29 Jan 2007, 01:43   #4
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I actually think that this is quite interesting data...thanks!
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Old 29 Jan 2007, 11:02   #5
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Well done White On High, that's excellant.

Really enjoying looking down the list, very interesting results, some surprises too. Didn't expect to see some songs so high up, some so low etc. Surpirsed to see testify right up there must say.

Really good mate, well done.
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Old 29 Jan 2007, 12:02   #6
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What is interesting, in The Standing topic Bat3 is only the 7th album on the list... so far from the 6th Bad Attitude...
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Old 29 Jan 2007, 12:06   #7
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I think the reason why some songs from CHSIB are so high up is that album was over reacted by fans...
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Old 29 Jan 2007, 13:19   #8
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I think the reason why some songs from CHSIB are so high up is that album was over reacted by fans...
Or quite possibly, people did like the songs on it.
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Old 31 Jan 2007, 20:03   #9
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Here are some rare songs in the list.

Keeper Keep Us from 1977 is 7th (it's not surprised).
The two songs what recorded with Brian May are behind each other.
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Old 01 Feb 2007, 02:01   #10
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Wow thats alot of songs
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Old 01 Feb 2007, 16:59   #11
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Old 01 Feb 2007, 18:04   #12
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I think the reason why some songs from CHSIB are so high up is that album was over reacted by fans...
over reacted just because YOU dont like them doesn't mean everyone else shouldnt
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Old 27 Feb 2007, 03:49   #13
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Biggest load of B**locks i've read in my entire life!
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Old 27 Feb 2007, 03:58   #14
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What is interesting, in The Standing topic Bat3 is only the 7th album on the list... so far from the 6th Bad Attitude...
Or maybe you should wait three years and see how peoples opinions change....... Remember the amount of rejection CHSIB recieved when it first came out?....... Now look at it............ You just haven't given Bat3 a chance yet and it hasn't been given the amount of time to settle that meat's other albums have had......... Or maybe you just wont give it a chance because your 'precious' Jimmy boy didn't produce it.........
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Old 27 Feb 2007, 04:01   #15
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Nice answer Paul, we need to give it a chance and time. WELL SAID.
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Old 27 Feb 2007, 05:27   #16
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precious jimmy boy didnt produce bat either of course, but he did produce bat 2, which was released in sept 93 i believe, which was the biggest selling album in the uk in 1993, complete with a no. 1 single, what something like 1 million units sold in a 12 week period. so all this shows is monster is loose is either performing like its sister album chsib, or is a sleeper album like its original name sake... only time will tell

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Old 27 Feb 2007, 06:13   #17
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I have to agree with Knooby. I'm not nay-saying, it's just the way things seem to be panning out. Don't flame me for expressing an opinion, folks
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Old 04 Mar 2007, 14:16   #18
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Well...
As far as I know CHSIB was overreacted. I don't think that's a better album than Bat3. I'm sure that's not. But that was a new album after 7 years. Everybody has waited for a long long time. And everybody gave 10 points.

Bat3 was working on another way. Everybody has wanted more and more. The title Bat3 meant something. And that was a shame for so much people. I didn't care about Jim is producing or writing all the songs. I wanted listen good music, good production. If this album is produced by Desmond and that's good, I don't care. But it's not. And I think a lot of people thought the same. This is the reason that the Bat songs are underrated. It doesn't depend on Jim or not...
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"You're Right, I Was Wrong" was not a duet with Patti Russo. "Is Nothing Sacred" was released as a duet with Patti.
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but is nothing sacred wasnt a duet on the album, so it depends which version he/others have referred to. You paid far more attention to that list than i did lol i just glanced
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Old 03 Jun 2008, 16:26   #21
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Actually, I didn't pay that much attention to the list either; the "featuring" parts just caught my eye. You're right, "Is Nothing Sacred" was a solo on The Very Best Of album and a duet on the Storytellers album, so it depends on which one you prefer. I rather prefer the duet version.
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Any one can see from the list what a diverse and talented artist and band ML is, and allways will be. With over 100 different tracks, not counting variations, we all have our fav and ones that seem to touch our souls. So let us be forever glad that we lived, we saw, and we listened to a living ledgend. . . . Oh yer , was 'oh what a beautiful morning ' on the list . track 2 from I'd lie for you , cd single Vscdg1563.
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Any one can see from the list what a diverse and talented artist and band ML is, and allways will be. With over 100 different tracks, not counting variations, we all have our fav and ones that seem to touch our souls. So let us be forever glad that we lived, we saw, and we listened to a living ledgend. . . . Oh yer , was 'oh what a beautiful morning ' on the list . track 2 from I'd lie for you , cd single Vscdg1563.
I agree wholehearted with that. I feel so lucky to be living at the same time as this wonderful talented man and to have been able to see him live in concert several times, and to have met him which has been the highlight of my life. I only recently found out about his version of Oh What A Beautiful Morning's existence, and just found it on ebay and snapped it up. And he sings it so beautifully too.

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