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MIKE
Peart is one of the greatest of all time.But in my view this man-who influenced Peart-was even better. BR Mike
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7 days ago
MIKE
It's funny but i don't really consider Moist to be Grunge at all. Possibly when they started out in 1992, but later material such as the 1999 release Mercedes 5 and Dime was pretty melancholic. Usher's solo work is also worth checking out in particular 2007's 'Strange Bird' featuring The Music. The Music For those interested Moist reformed earlier this year and have recently released 'Glor
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16 days ago
MIKE
Pretty decent retro rock album with a nod toward Bad Company/Free. AMafia mike
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16 days ago
MIKE
Unimpressed so far and certainly not a patch on the first 2. It's all over the place; Muse influences,Steinman influences and it just doesn't flow at all.The drum sound is godawful...the snare makes you wince. Mike
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16 days ago
MIKE
Which doesn't sound that great tbh Mike
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16 days ago
MIKE
Old school AOR in the style of Harlan Cage/Fortune. Mike
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18 days ago
MIKE
"says all the bands that were around 2-8 years before them suck and they will no longer get radio airplay, MTV support, label backing, etc". Oh dear, here we go again! Seriously how long should the lifespan of a band and it's popularity be? Indefinite? Yesterdays story becomes today's old news.The music business is like that now and it was like that then. Grunge lasted even less t
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28 days ago
MIKE
Pretty decent commercial-ish hard rock album. What a tune this is though. Unbroken mike
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4 weeks ago
MIKE
Yes it's out, i'd contact Bruce and let him know. Mike
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5 weeks ago
MIKE
I reckon it's great. Huge chorus,yes it's got the Daughtry Baptized vibe but this is way better and more powerful. Mike
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5 weeks ago
MIKE
Very Nickelback but still pretty good.Great guitar sound. Mike
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6 weeks ago
MIKE
I believe that it is one of the greatest aor albums ever released. It was of the era, was a huge hit and it pisses on any modern day aor record. Mike
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7 weeks ago
MIKE
Agree.Better songs overall with a good mix of epic and throwaway songs.Storace's voice wasn't simply a growl and the whole AC/DC vibe hadn't completely taken over at that point.I go as far as sying that Metal Rendezvous was a classic. Mike
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7 weeks ago
MIKE
Album is excellent. Mike
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7 weeks ago
MIKE
Flac download of album for 6 quid on bandcamp ttws
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7 weeks ago
MIKE
This is Gonna Hurt and The Heroin Diaries were excellent but to me this sounds like leftovers or demos. The songs just don't stack up for me and it sounds as tinny as hell.I'll reserve judgement until i hear the final product though. Mike
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7 weeks ago
MIKE
I'd have to say that Metal Rendezvous is the band's best album not Headhunter. Mike
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7 weeks ago
MIKE
Chalfant is such a vocal talent. Take note Hugo Mike
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8 weeks ago
MIKE
Not impressed with anything i've heard from this album so far tbh Mike
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2 months ago
MIKE
10 went thirteen times platinum, so i guess you're in the minority there.Some would consider it a classic. Mike
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2 months ago
MIKE
There has always been a huge chasm between the UK and the US in terms of what music is popular at any one time. In the 80s whilst America was listening to hair metal and aor the UK was in the throes of the electronica and new romantic genre headed by the likes of Duran Duran.Similarly grunge didn't become that popular in the UK in the early 90s.The post grunge Americana lead by the likes of Third
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2 months ago
MIKE
nback Mike
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2 months ago
MIKE
23. DaysEye
Excellent stuff; a sort of power pop Skillet.Unsurprising as it was produced by ex Skillet guitarist Ben Kasica. Only one e.p and this is the latest single. DEye mike
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2 months ago
MIKE
Fantastic album of modern rock with classic rock elements. HS Mike
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3 months ago
MIKE
Beautiful End How good?
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3 months ago
MIKE
one of musics finest ever voices period. Mike
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3 months ago
MIKE
Yeah, like that! Mike
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3 months ago
MIKE
2nd album Devils and Angels was a gem of an album. Produced by Howard Benson it was chock full of piano driven rock with a nod towards Hall and Oates and Elton John. Follow up was a digital release in North America and physical in Japan. It was far more synth orientated, reamined catchy but delved more into the dance rock genre. The band was subsequently dropped form their label(label politics an
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4 months ago
MIKE
What???...Angel is a fantastic song, there's no pleasing some people...lol. I'd say that the album on the whole is pretty varied; a few tunes in the style of Alice In Chains(Drown and The Sun Has Set On Me),a nod and a wink toward the previous album (Blow) and the Scars style material (Savages, Misery Of Mankind,Salt In The Wound, Angel).Sounds pretty good to me. Mike
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