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5 days ago
MIKE
Awesome band Ticotin is such a talent. Duality was Ra's finest hour for me. Ticotin's latest production project is Message From Sylvia and his influences are evident throughout their debut album. Message From Sylvia-Heart Of War Mike
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13 days ago
MIKE
It will mirror the wide range of rock genres played on the actual radio station. So it'll cover anything from Inglorious, through to Stone Broken and Sixx AM. Mike
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18 days ago
MIKE
That's great Mike
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20 days ago
MIKE
The new album Until the End will finally see the light of day in May.It's outstanding. I really can't believe that they're unsigned. Here's the new single and it's brilliant. No Sleep for Lucy Mike
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24 days ago
MIKE
Self titled album due out in June...it's excellent. Heart Of War Mike
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25 days ago
MIKE
And here's the other Heaven's Basement singers band. Aaron Buchanan Mike
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26 days ago
MIKE
Remind me of Aerosmith in places. Mike
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26 days ago
MIKE
Cradle The Rage is a decent album.Toseland don't do anything particularly unique but what they do they do well. Mike
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28 days ago
MIKE
It's a great album. Mike
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4 weeks ago
MIKE
cd will probably sound better than the lower quality on Spotify Mike
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5 weeks ago
MIKE
Hall and Oates, Huey Lewis. Although i'm hoping to still catch them. mike
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6 weeks ago
MIKE
Cream certainly don't suck ass.With Clapton on guitar and Ginger Baker on drums they paved the way for other artists like Zep and Sabbath to come through. Ultimately if it wasn't for bands like Cream the rock music of today, including the AOR and modern rock of today wouldn't exist). They had at least 5 hits (some in the US) and 'Sunshine of Your Love' remains one of the classic songs of all time
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7 weeks ago
MIKE
Bon Jovi meets Axel Rose singing Lionville songs. Mike
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7 weeks ago
MIKE
Say what you like about the major labels but they had proper A&R. There was quality control, but that's because there was money around to invest particularly in the days of multi million selling albums. These days often it's a case of quantity over quality when it really should be the other way around.If anyone cares to remember that was one of the reasons that melodic rock disappeared up it'
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7 weeks ago
MIKE
Fantastic release.Old Souls was excellent but this is their best yet. Melodic and emotional what's not to like; a great mixture of their older material and a Springsteen edge. Mike
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8 weeks ago
MIKE
Vital and Lowborn were both superb imo.It was the major label involvement that seemed to stifle the band. NTFP is to my mind a classic. Mike
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8 weeks ago
MIKE
Yeah totally agree epic album. The one two pairing of Vital and Lowborn was a fitting epitaph. The middle point in the band's career when they were signed by a major label was their worst. Mike
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2 months ago
MIKE
The new album Liberation is absolutely corking.Been playing it most of the weekend. They win out in my book because it's not the usual melrock by numbers. Mike
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2 months ago
MIKE
Had this on almost constant play for the last 3 weeks. Really good pop rock album. Not at all like Phantoms much more in the here and now with Coldplay and even The 1975 influences. Vena's voice is superb throughout. Interview in next issue of Fireworks Mike
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2 months ago
MIKE
Awful sound/mix ruins an otherwise decent tune. How, with all of the technology on offer in 2017, can this album sound worse than an album that was recorded 25 years ago? Mike
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2 months ago
MIKE
Liking this. Massive Goo Goo Dolls vibe. Mike
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2 months ago
MIKE
Great album. Along with No Resolve's album Unity the best modern rock album so far this year. Mike
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2 months ago
MIKE
Well because they've been doing it for a very long time that's why.It's been 16 years since How You Remind Me and they have the ability to produce hits seemingly at will.As a stadium rock band there's probably no one better at the moment. mike
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2 months ago
MIKE
That's ace Mike
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2 months ago
MIKE
Yes it was sold out. Monkey Business had just broke the uk singles top 40. Mike
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2 months ago
MIKE
The lyrics don't really fit and so there's an unnatural effort to get them to do so. Furthermore Warwick needs to stop trying so desperately to sound like Lynott. Mike
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2 months ago
MIKE
I was there too. Absolutely incredible gig with the band at their prime. Mike
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2 months ago
MIKE
The last two albums have been patchy and i'm hoping that the new label means perhaps a return to their more rock orientated material with a few hits thrown in.Silver Side Up is a favourite of mine and Dark Horse with Mutt Lange was excellent. I can't help thinking that they need to associate themselves with a great producer again who will bring out the best in them. Mike
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3 months ago
MIKE
You can imagine Foo Fighters playing this. Mike
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3 months ago
MIKE
Great chorus, verses are disappointing. This is more like Free solo material than Unruly Child. Mike
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