Re: FM in Manchester
Posted by: PJayBe ()
Date: March 24, 2013 04:16AM

Couldn't really remember Vega by the time they'd finished, the only thiung that stuck was a far too busy lead guitarist shredding all over everything.

It Bites were a band I've wanted to see being a bit of a prog fan, and thought they did well in tailoring their set to a more traditional rock audience. I'd actually like to see them do their full show with epics included.

FM spot on as ever, one of the best AOR bands this country has ever produced, and I've been saying that for over 25 years now!!! Only criticism I would offer is that with over 3 albums of new material to choose from, it was a pity we only got 4 songs and an intro-piece from them. I do hope they don't become a band like UFO who just fit the new album into the same old setlist and then drop the songs staright afterwards.

Philip

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