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6 days ago
Steve_Roamer
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYfeoH9MGyI&feature=youtu.be Until The Day, really good song from Devil's Dozen
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9 days ago
Steve_Roamer
Finally got around to preordering yesterday via the Pledge Music campaign which allows access to various exclusive interviews and soundclips. The first song "So Right, So Wrong" was released publicly and to be honest I thought was a bit average. There is another song, "Until The Day" available for pledgers only and is much more to these tastes. It has a bit more "bite&quo
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19 days ago
Steve_Roamer
RAMSAY Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Rush > Motorhead > AC/DC > Bruce Springsteen > Dream Theater > > EDIT: Toto ...you could go wrong with that selection. I would add Foreigner Heart Black Sabbath Journey Within Temptation - to that mix on the basis that they still totally rule live!
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21 days ago
Steve_Roamer
Thanks for posting. Gotta say if this is one of Dokken's better performances, I'd hate to see their worst! His voice really is shot. Who are the guitarist and bass player though? I thought Mark Boals was on bass and Jon Levin on guitar? Didn't look like either of them there?
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22 days ago
Steve_Roamer
...neither this or the previous song released from the LM album really do it for me. To be honest, I think Oni is a fine vocalist but I've never quite understood the adulation he gets with LM. I greatly preferred Robert Mason's vox on the 2nd album and the songs too. As for the solo on War, again perfectly sound playing from George but IMHO not in the league of some of his truly stellar, memor
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23 days ago
Steve_Roamer
"So Right, So Wrong" here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37gVrA7Lg-A&feature=youtu.be&utm_source=NEWSLETTER+FROM+ROYAL+HUNT&utm_campaign=b60d06f2d5-NEWSLETTER_FAN_011_20157_1_2015&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_85d6fff092-b60d06f2d5-40692257&ct=t(NEWSLETTER_FAN_011_20157_1_2015) Not sure if you have to be a subscriber first or not. Be interested to hear your o
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28 days ago
Steve_Roamer
Very interesting. A few naysayers on that Blabbermouth thread who perhaps don't appreciate the legacy and influence Ritchie has and still exerts today. I don't own a note of Blackmore's Night but Rainbow and Deep Purple , hell that's a different matter.... he could go out with almost anyone and sell out in minutes I reckon. Doogie White would be a marvellous choice for singer, though I wouldn't w
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29 days ago
Steve_Roamer
I honestly don't think this was impromptu for all the reasons that Terry has mentioned. I'm willing to believe it was some fan event. This isn't my idea of "cool" but to each their own.
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30 days ago
Steve_Roamer
What a bargain! You get to see a guitarist who has "played, produced and/or written on more than 50 gold or platinum albums", together with a singer who has sung in a grammy-winning, multi-platinum selling band! What more could you ask for?!
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4 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
Well I am not the only one who frankly loathed Shadowlife. The only Dokken album I ever sold. Dysfunctional has IMHO one classic song - Shadows of life - a couple of other OK ones and the rest is not really up my street. Erase The Slate has the title track which is great and a couple of others that are good and an overall feel which is more in the classic Dokken vein. To be honest, I've never rea
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4 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
wolf 359 Wrote: but I wouldn't want to be the one > to say please stop. Would you? I wouldn't want to be the fan buying a ticket for the concert either....
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4 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
...what was once a reasonable legacy, why doesn't he just QUIT?! There have been SOOOO many posts of this awful stuff and it's like watching a car crash - its so horrid you feel compelled to dwell to see how gruesome it gets.... I'm not a Toto fan at all. One or two songs. I guess at this point that's a plus 'cause if I was I'd be hitting the prozac quite seriously...
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5 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
FFS. Give it up Bobby. This is just even more horrid than all the other stuff I've seen lately.
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6 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
Issa Schenker's Temple of Rock Halestorm Foreigner (technically released in US tail end of 2014...but I only got it this year!)
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6 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
I'll have to get that at some point but I'm dead pleased with "SOAM". Really enjoyed seeing them last year in London. Terry, Doogie also sung on the standout track from the first MS-Temple of Rock CD. The song was called Before The Devil Knows You're Dead, they played it live and that's what made me wanna get the CD. Which incidentally isn't bad either - I'm just not quite so keen on Vo
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7 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
It's...OK. Of all the bands to do an acoustic version I didn't think Nightwish would be one! To be honest, I just think Heart's version is unbeatable. I do like some Nightwish though.
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7 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
Probably my age bracket, but to me his was THE portrayal of Count Dracula I will always identify with. He was however a far, far better actor than that allowed him to show and it must have been very rewarding for him to star in such iconic fantasy films as he did in his later years. He read Lord Of The Rings, apparently, every year so it is hardly surprising his portrayal of Saruman was so darned
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7 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
I have asked that question many times along with this one. Poison. Why? It probably has something to do with punishing mankind! :)
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7 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
The big ones for me are those by favourite artists who have produced a string of great and mostly consistent albums, and then suddenly an album appears that is just disasterous! For me, Yngwie Malmsteen was in that category from 1986 to 1997. A pretty good run. And then, suddenly, Alchemy came out and there is nary a listenable song on it. His output since has been patchy to say the least. I h
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7 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
Ross S. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Oh, add Dokken's "Shadowlife" after what was > perhaps their best album in "Dysfunctional." I agree. That is a shocker of an album. Only Dokken album I ever sold, although Japan Live '95 should join it... don't think Dysfunctional is their best though. I only really like Shadows Of Life off
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7 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
Ross S. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Poison's third album was a disaster. > > IMHO Poison's entire career is a disaster! Hate that band! But to each their own :)
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7 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
blm Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yup, Touch - Touch is a 100% CLASSIC!! 'Listen > Can You Feel It', 'There's A Light in the > Distance', 'Last Chance For Love' ... awesome > album!! To each their own. I still really like Don't you Know What Love Is but thought the rest of the album was dull as dishwater! But I'm not a typical AOR fan either
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7 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
...PS, on the first MSG - TOR album Doogie sings on a song they still do live, Before The Devil Knows You're Dead. It is IMHO that albums standout and an absolute killer song.
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7 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
jason the buc Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > How is the live album they did?I have the 4 studio > discs,but that's the only one I don't have or have > heard. Oh, it's pretty good! The only minor gripe I have is that they played Deep Purple's Perfect Strangers live on the tour and that's not on the album. They did a cracking version too. But Black
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8 weeks ago
Steve_Roamer
Figge Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yes, you should definitely check out the first two > Cornerstone albums and especially the 2nd one > called "Human Stain" (2002). Excellent stuff and > the best album I've heard featuring Doogie. > > > // Figge Saw him tour this and the next two I think. Human Stain is a great album,
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2 months ago
Steve_Roamer
I saw them in London last year, possibly better even than in 1980, they are SMOKIN' right now - if you get the chance to see them, do. You are in for a fu@king treat....
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2 months ago
Steve_Roamer
Yeah, Donington 1984 was pretty hard to beat. Although I really enjoyed the first one too in 1980. My first ever proper festival with my fave band of the time (still pretty much up there these days..) headlining....good times....
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2 months ago
Steve_Roamer
Hi Mario You don't know me from Adam, I'm just a fan who buys some of your products! May I respectfully suggest you read the short thread of posts below and including "juliocruz" at 12:22 AM, consider it and perhaps continue communications with Andrew directly? Excuse me if this post seems "bossy" or interfering - many of us as you will have gathered simply hope that two &q
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2 months ago
Steve_Roamer
pantherbyte Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > maybe this site is on its way out. Would be a > shame. To put it mildly....hope this can be sorted out. As so many have mentioned, the genre benefits from working together, not falling apart...
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2 months ago
Steve_Roamer
I love RH and have been lucky enough to have met the band in the past and had some really good chats with Andre. My experience with the band as people is that they are just amazing, lovely people and incredible musicians to boot. Bruce, it is in a way reassuring to read that the album will be coming out on the Frontiers label since I had wondered. Your explanation as to the whys and wherefores ma
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