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15 days ago
Sven
In the last few matches, Argentina has proven to be the epitome of anti-football... Although Schwalbe is a German word, the Argentineans appear to be great fans of it... They got past Belgium with a lucky goal & past the Netherlands only with penalty kicks, and I’m not saying Belgium or the Netherlands played that much better, but what annoyed the hell out of me was that them Argentineans
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2 months ago
Sven
It's a cool track, but the chorus has me singing 'Paper Tiger' by Treat...??? Rocket, Sven.
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2 months ago
Sven
Saw them last Monday in Antwerp... They were smokin'!! Rocket! Sven.
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4 months ago
Sven
Some of these have popped up before, some haven't, but here goes: Lionsheart - Flights of Angels Karma - Wonderland Circus Maximus - Last Goodbye Dream Theater - Surrounded Firehouse - Don't Treat Me Bad Tyketto - Burning Down Inside Richard Marx - Miami 2017 just so I can add: Billy Joel - Leningrad Beggars & Thieves - No More Broken Dreams Def Leppard - Demolition Man There's
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6 months ago
Sven
Graspop Metal Meeting, 1998. Black Sabbath was headlining, and from way before the start of the show, this french speaking guy in front of us (for the french speaking people on this board, I do not mean to make fun of you ; this is simply what made it funny), obviously wasted, is constantly yelling nothing else but "Ozzy! Ozzy! Sabbaf Bloody Sabbaf!". Continuously in that very same ord
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6 months ago
Sven
Carsten 'The Boston Lizard' Schulz? Could make for an interesting combination... Rocket! Sven.
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8 months ago
Sven
Sounds like a worthy follow-up to Light Up the Dark (2010), which was a great album, btw... Looking forward to this! Rocket! Sven.
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8 months ago
Sven
Pride of Lions - Sound of Home Skynyrd - Home is where the Heart is Firehouse - Home is where the Heart is Joey Tempest - A place to call home just the first to pop up... And maybe put this one at the end: Spinal Tap - All the way home Rocket! Sven.
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9 months ago
Sven
The song itself is, while not outstanding, pleasant enough. It's typical Boston, and therefore sounds like previous work... I don't have issues with the vocals, except that they're too far back in the mix at times. Just 2 real issues: 1. GET A REAL DRUMMER !!! 2. get a decent mix - as on CA, the cutting (and audible stop of tape hiss) of vocal & other tracks is really annoying at times..
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9 months ago
Sven
Good call Marc! It completely slipped my mind (but then probably so have some others), although I play this one quite regularly (and quite loud, too :o) It just flat out RAWKS! Rocket! Sven.
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9 months ago
Sven
Anyone else here knows that one? I love it! Somewhat similar in Style: Blackeyed Susan - Electric Rattlebone And on a chauvenist note: Lynx - s/t :o) Rocket! Sven.
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9 months ago
Sven
Surprises me no one mentioned: Signal - Loud & Clear (not counting the live one as an 'album') Wall of Silence - Shock the System Rocket Sven.
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9 months ago
Sven
Other 4 actually.... Boston Don't Look Back Third Stage Walk On That being said, I rate CA equal with the first two, some great tracks on them, but nowhere as consistent as Third Stage & Walk On... Curious what the new one will turn out to be... Rocket! Sven.
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9 months ago
Sven
Firehouse s/t White Lion - Mane Attraction Europe - Prisoners in Paradise Boston - Walk On Whitesnake - Slip Of the Tongue Rocket! Sven
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9 months ago
Sven
Honestly... off Harem Scarem Rocket! Sven
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10 months ago
Sven
1. Andy Timmons - All Is Forgiven 2. Steve Stevens & Harold Faltermeyer - Top Gun Anthem 3. Von Groove - Smaug Honorable mentions: Europe - Aphasia John Norum - Catalina Sunset Steve Stevens - Run Across Desert Sands Jeff Watson (+ Sammy Hagar) - Cement Shoes Steve Vai - Frank Michael Lee Firkins - 24 Grand Avenue Jamie LaRitz - Creativity Steve Morse - Delicate Balance Wig Wam
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10 months ago
Sven
XYZ - HH Boogie Coverdale/Page - Shake My Tree Steelhouse Lane - Give It All To Me .38 Special - Hot'lanta White Lion - Out with the Boys the Storm - Fight for the Right Karma - Knowing you Thunder - Dirty Love and a gazillion more... :) Rocket! Sven.
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10 months ago
Sven
Indeed it is! Who is this Jimmy Coup? Apart from some credits (he apparently played on the Andrew WK albums) I can't seem to find much on this guy... Thx for the info Troy! Rocket! Sven.
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10 months ago
Sven
I quite like this.... It's a tongue-in-cheek interpretation and I like the result. Better than trying to make yet another 'certified true copy' of the original - these guys make it their own, and obiously have fun doing it. Thumbs up from me! (and no, I'm not the biggest Sinner fan out there ; I only have 1 of their albums...) Rocket! Sven.
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11 months ago
Sven
To be honest I didn't even know they still existed... I'm like most of the other posters, I guess, loved Friends & Survivors. 'Oblivion' got played quite a lot on Studio Brussel back in the days (thé radio station for teenagers...) Peaches was OK if patchy. I tracked down Formaldehyde & wished I hadn't... Lost track of them after that. I'll definitely check out the new one, th
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11 months ago
Sven
It's not on the regular 12-track version, only on the digipack version, which has 15 tracks (and it's track #14)... (and a shame, indeed...) Here in Europe anyway ; don't know about the US release... Rocket! Sven.
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11 months ago
Sven
Awesome band... While the first album featured a couple of awesome tracks, the rest just weren't on the same level. The second album just flat out blew me away... (go for the version with bonus tracks ; "private parts" just gives me the chills every time...) Rocket! Sven.
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11 months ago
Sven
You're talking about 'Strangers in the Night'. High Stakes came out in 1996, 2 years before WoW... Rocket! Sven.
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11 months ago
Sven
Better read the question before answering... Much as I love that album, the question was about the BOOK... (which I haven't read, so I wouldn't know). Rocket! Sven.
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12 months ago
Sven
The softest stuff I have would presumably be Air Supply "Collections" or Mark Spiro - Care of my Soul... On the other side of the spectrum: Mortician's "Chainsaw Dismemberment" (but admittedly only because I think that stuff's funny :o) or the 2 Divercia albums... Rocket! Sven.
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1 year ago
Sven
By Mitsubishi Motors by any chance? Does look kinda weird, I must say... Rocket! Sven.
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1 year ago
Sven
EvH replacing John Norum ? What would be the outcome of that? The Final Eruption? Girl From Panama? Hot For Carrie Jump The Night :oP Rocket! Sven.
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1 year ago
Sven
I was just going to post that "Theatre of Salvation" is the one album to get... Oh well, you know what, Terry, get 'm all :o) For me, ToS & VGO are still the landmark albums for Edguyn, after that I mainly liked the 'fun' songs: Lavatory Love Machine, Trinidad, The Pride of Creation, Superheroes... The Scarlet rose has died, but the Piper never will ! Sven.
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1 year ago
Sven
The Backbone Slide album... 'Come Home' and 'You & I' really stand out... I was going to add Heart's 'Brigade' album, but since my fave track off that one is "Tall Dark Handsome Stranger", it doesn't fit the Ballad Better Than Rock description :) Rocket! Sven.
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1 year ago
Sven
The first that popped up upon reading the title were: Kee Marcello Andy Timmons Paul Gilbert Neil Zaza Mike Slamer But there are a gazillion others, I guess... Rocket! Sven.
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