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Daniel
Hi Dave. Yeah there's a video of Missing you from the show. Think the back of my 'bald' head can be seen in that clip haha. The encore was God of Thunder and Wasted Years. Lost my voice after that :)
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2 days ago
Daniel
I was at the release party in Gothenburg a couple of days ago. They played an acoustic intimate show that was amazing. Great album.
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4 months ago
Daniel
I have a couple of SACDs. Dire Straits Brothers in Arms is just Amazing. The sound becomes bigger almost like 3D in sound. The separation and Dynamics is better. But I will have to say I also have a couple SACDs that were quite disappointing as well. The Rush Counerparts SACD just sound muddy. The usual CD actually sounds better. But it's the same with original CDs vs. Vinyl or remastered cds. So
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10 months ago
Daniel
Link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YpsxTpfDtP0
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10 months ago
Daniel
I like Glory. But always prefered Ray Alex who sang on the original demos and the first single I'm Hurt.
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11 months ago
Daniel
Thought they were absolutely fabulous. Very entertaining. Still got the moves from back in the day. They played in order: Play Dirty Daddy's Little Girl Jacky Don't Stop, Don't Go Just Another Fire Some Other Place, Some Other Time Skin To Skin Is That All You Want? Find Another Way Can't Catch Me Some songs I was missing was Come Play The Game and Bad Reputation. But guess you can'
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1 year ago
Daniel
No it's not the one. Good tune though.
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1 year ago
Daniel
Heard a song in the gym today. Just curious as I have no idea who it could be and they don't normally play this type of music. The chorus Went "Love is meant to last forever..." But it is NOT the John Norum song. Sounded like late 80's AOR/melodic rock but it could be a newer track as the production was pretty decent. The vocals was highpitched and they actually sounded a bit Swedish.
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1 year ago
Daniel
Houston. Sorry couldn't resist :)
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1 year ago
Daniel
Released 1998. Released 1999.
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1 year ago
Daniel
Warren DeMartini on Invasion of your Prívacy. George Lynch on Under Lock and Key. Criss Oliva on anything from Power of The night to Edge of Thorns. Such an underrated guitar player. Up with the best. Mertal Church - Beyond the black. That guitar riff is just HUGE. John Mellencamp - Whenever We Wanted. Love the guitars on that.
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1 year ago
Daniel
I think the Rage for Order 2003 remaster is a major improvement on the 1986 original cd. Especially Tates vocals and the guitars sound cleaner. Only thing I like better on the original is Rockenfields drums. They sound just a little thinner on the remaster. Don't know what it is with some vinyl albums for the mid 80's. But the RFO vinyl is definetly the one with worst sonics. I thought it was th
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1 year ago
Daniel
Why no show in Gothenburg and Malmö also at least. While JSS is in Sweden anyway. Would have loved to see this.
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1 year ago
Daniel
Through my hifi system at home. Either Cd or vinyl. Think I'm becoming more of a audiophile growing older. Just bought my first SACDs. Rarely listen to music when I'm out for a walk. Prefer listening to the sound of silence then.
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1 year ago
Daniel
That was a nice surprise. Great song. Amazing guitarplaying.
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1 year ago
Daniel
One of my favourite quotes that's not on the list. "I wouldn't f**k her from behind" - Pepsi Tate (or was it Steve Zetro Souza?) about The Great Kat.
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2 years ago
Daniel
Springsteen 28/7 it is. The best show ever in my 30 years of going to concerts.
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2 years ago
Daniel
Scorpions - Blackout (vinyl) Demon - The Unexpected Guest (vinyl) Pretty Maids - Red Hot and Heavy (vinyl) Judas Priest - Point of Entry (vinyl) Kamelot - The Black Halo (cd) Love playing my old lps since I bought a new Pro-Ject vinyl player a few months ago.
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2 years ago
Daniel
While on the subject of Nils Lofgren. If you haven't already. Check out his Acoustic Live album. It got some of the best guitar playing you'll ever hear. Doesn't get any better than Keith Don't Go.
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2 years ago
Daniel
This was my 6th and 7th show with the Boss. All here in Gothenburg. The River was pure magic. Think I almost shed a tear. And Youngstown from the first night. WOW!!!
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2 years ago
Daniel
Yes two amazing nights. Other bands could learn a thing or two from him. I hold the July 4th show in 2008 (yes the first one was better IMO) as the best show I had ever been to. And I've been to several hundreds since my first in 1983. But I wonder if that second Show yesterday wasn't even better. Words can not describe. Fanfcukintastic!!
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2 years ago
Daniel
Well I don't know anything about the club scene in Seattle in 85. But there are similarities. Just interesting that another band sounds similar so early on. There were other bands like Heir apparent as well, but they came a few years later. But of course Culprit are the Seattle metal pioneers. :-) There's no denying though that Dalbello must have influnced them more than only the Gonna Get Close
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2 years ago
Daniel
RIP. What a legacy he leaves behind.
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2 years ago
Daniel
Queensryche of course covered Dalbellos's Gonna Get Close To You on RFO. But I actually didn't hear the Dalbello album Whoman Foursays until a few years ago. I was however a fan of the She album before that. Anyway what I wanted to say no matter how original I always thought Rage For Order was. You can clearly hear the influences from the Dalbello album. The song structure and the sterile product
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2 years ago
Daniel
Yes, Rage and Warning. Rate those over O:M actually.
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2 years ago
Daniel
I Dream in Infrared Someone Else Queen of the Reich NM 156 Eyes of a Stranger The first 3 "have" to be on the list. The other two can change with the mood. They have too many brilliant songs.
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2 years ago
Daniel
Maybe if it was a sketch for a Mercyful fate cover. Don't think it's the real deal as Paul or Gene said it would be somewhat reminiscent of the Destroyer cover.
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2 years ago
Daniel
I believe it was Tommy Mottola at the time. Has a great reputation but I think he made a mistake here. If slaughter, Firehouse and steelheart still could sell gold and platinum records at the time. there's no way in hell why Heavens Edge would'nt been able to do the same with the right push.
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2 years ago
Daniel
The URL :-) http://come.to/heavensedge
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