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5 days ago
Steve_Roamer
I don't know about "tarnishing the image" but I cannot see any of these bands even coming close to the originals - so I won't bother. I didn't with the last tribute either. I would go see Dio's Disciples in a heartbeat though.
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8 days ago
Steve_Roamer
It is going to make a LOT of $$$$$! Deservedly too.
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8 days ago
Steve_Roamer
2littleangels Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > Would highly recommend the Two of a Kind album - > really reminds me of this era of Heart, and, for > me, is much more enjoyable than the Wilsons' last > few....... Could you give a few more details please? Which artist?
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8 days ago
Steve_Roamer
Saw it last night. Loved the Avengers movie and was a little pensive that the second wouldn't live up to the high expectations that arose from that. Well, I think if you loved the first movie, you'll love AOU. We came out of the cinema very satisfied. Well worth seeing at the cinema too, as most of these big-budget SFX loaded blockbusters are, IMHO. Apparently it was cut quite a lot but the
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9 days ago
Steve_Roamer
Glad to hear you came out the other side. Look after yourself and keep enjoying the music :)
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13 days ago
Steve_Roamer
patiscat Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > This is my first Halestorm album that I have > bought and I think is very good. Get the others they're even better!
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13 days ago
Steve_Roamer
Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Their rawest, most diverse album yet...and the > ballads are spectacular. > But nothing tops Mayhem! That took some time to grow on me but I really like it now. Think I Am The Fire is my fave with Apocalyptica and Amen not far behind. Good album.
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13 days ago
Steve_Roamer
THIS is COOL! They haven't played Chapman era stuff in yonks. WBTTN is one of my alltime favourite songs! Good on 'em!
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14 days ago
Steve_Roamer
I got into them big time recently and so the news a new album was out real soon filled me with joy! Preordered on iTunes and had some time to let it soak into my soul a little. It's different to the previous full albums. Some tracks don't sound as well mastered as others and as a complete album, I don't feel it's as consistent as Halestorm or The Strange case of... - but there are some great s
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17 days ago
Steve_Roamer
Ohhh yeaah I have this! Can't remember a single note which suggests it wasn't that memorable. Unlike the cover!!!
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18 days ago
Steve_Roamer
Wow that's cool. Foreigner are SO good right now.
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20 days ago
Steve_Roamer
Am on the mailing list. Not sure quite what to make of this, but here goes...from the horses mouth so to speak... "Hi there, We've got some news for you: Royal Hunt is all set up to record our new (thirteenth) studio album... but this time, it will be a different story. Instead of doing it in a good old-fashioned way we decided to let our fans in - to participate, support, have fun a
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20 days ago
Steve_Roamer
Thanks. Thought they sounded a bit rough, actually....
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23 days ago
Steve_Roamer
She has at least one previous live album too. IMHO its OK - not stellar.
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23 days ago
Steve_Roamer
Of those I have, Ten by Y&T sits very well amidst their classic 81-85 era with great songs and performances. "She's Gone" is one of my all time fave songs by the band. I also like CT's Strange and Beautiful.Some great songs on that album but probably not as consistent as the first two albums. Will have to catch a listen of the Atomic Playboys one. Billy Idol played here last w
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27 days ago
Steve_Roamer
...Living After Midnight? The Priest number?
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28 days ago
Steve_Roamer
Hustler Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > He > certainly still plays the old solos flawlessly in > a live setting. Fu@k and then some. He brought tears to my eyes in a good way when he did Armed and Ready last December. Nailed EVERY note with aplomb and added just that little bit more... I was ecstatic. Talk about the power of music. Makes me feel g
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29 days ago
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geoffaik Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Just on the solos thing - I haven't got the new CD > but I really miss the old Schenker solos sound > from the 80's with the wah pedal. > > To me that is Schenker's sound. > > But he seems not to really use the wah anymore - > since 2000 ish? > > anyway just my opinion > >
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29 days ago
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Peter M. Bietenholz Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Funny, to me it sounds not very produced. I think > they went for a rawer, more aggressive sound this > time around. But I agree that the songs lack > instant appeal and hooks. Perhaps that was also > done on purpose as "The Strange..." was a very > commercial album. As I mentio
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29 days ago
Steve_Roamer
Thanks for reminding us of this Darren. He was indeed a great talent and I suggest very influential for the genre. I met him at a signing once and at that and in many interviews he struck me as a really nice guy with a lot of credibility. I was lucky enough to see him with Rainbow, MSG, Whitesnake and Sabbath and he was both a great musician and performer. RIP Cozy, Never forgotten.
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30 days ago
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adolfo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I have problems is with the Doogie White voice. I > do not like anything. Oh man, sorry to hear that. For my perspective he is a great vocalist. I've seen him in Midnight Blue, Rainbow, Malmsteen, Cornerstone and MSG live and I really like his voice and stage presence. But we are all different so I understand if y
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30 days ago
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Maybe I missed it I haven't seen any comment on the new MSG - Temple of Rock album "Spirit on a Mission" that was released on March 20. I am listening to it now having been so impressed with their live show in London last year and it's great! Good solid old-school melodic hard rock with all the ingredients you expect - solid drums, great songs and superb vocals and guitar work. Nice to
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30 days ago
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PaulF Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I don't understand the hype for this album. I > absolutely loved their last album and I understand > they want to do something different but this new > one is very underwhelming to say the least. Track > 1 sets the tone. I really don't understand why > they chose to open the album with that track. F
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4 weeks ago
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Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Don't they only have one full cd out (or is it > two?). Tough not to be consistent with that vast > catalog.. lol T A fair comment Terry, but there are so few bands I know whose output has been this consistent over even a few albums. There is almost not a song I've heard I don't like of theirs!
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4 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
I have to wait another 6 days before it's available here but 3 of the 4 tracks released so far I love. Mayhem is the only one I'm not so keen on.
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4 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
Thanks for sharing. A fun read... what does that say about me?!
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4 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
Halestorm. Of the bands I know and have checked out those releases from, Halestorm's is the only one I have on order. Amazing band and incredibly consistent.
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4 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Amazing vocals, great song. agreed. Amazing band period.
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5 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Tommy Aldridge > plays it hard and heavy with a groove but he > doesn't do the fast fills Ian Paice played on the > original. Considering TA's age I'm surprised at > his ability to play so well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9esWG6A6g-k I think Mr. Rich was the same age as Tommy when he performed
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6 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
A great band and a great musician. RIP Andy.
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