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8 days ago
PaulBonrud
I just hate the idea of her messing with a classic piece of art. It was a major mistake to do that to the fans. Really there was no good business justification for doing that. They have enough money and those records had been out for 20 years before she messed with them! I feel bad for Bob and Lee (and Jake as well on the subsequent albums!) Paul
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9 days ago
PaulBonrud
I have the original Blizzard of Ozz on vinyl from the 80's. That's how I know it's the right version before Sharon screwed up the historic artistry of the original! ;-) Paul
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13 days ago
PaulBonrud
I love Journey... they are my fave band but yeah, I wish this sounded more unique but it all sounds great. What excites me the most about this project is Doug Aldrich's guitar playing. His style rocks!! I think Journey should be left to do Journey. Wish these guys had done more of their own thing. That said, I'll likely still get the cd.
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27 days ago
PaulBonrud
Cool! Now we just need to wait another year. :)
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4 weeks ago
PaulBonrud
Sykes and Aldrich are both in my opinion the best guitarists stylistically that DC ever had for Whitesnake. I don't think there's any question that Aldrich's playing on the last two records is smoother and more refined than anything Sykes did during the 80's but you also have to remember that Aldrich has been playing guitar a lot longer than Sykes had been when Sykes recorded his WS records. So,
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8 weeks ago
PaulBonrud
I'm a fan of the Foos as well. They know how to put on a rock show and Dave writes great rock songs.
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2 months ago
PaulBonrud
That's a great picture! hahahahaha!!! :)
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3 months ago
PaulBonrud
"Native Son" was the best song on that album. Whenever I hit that track, I keep hitting repeat to hear it over and over again. I love that song!!! Paul
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3 months ago
PaulBonrud
Yeah, the brilliance of ACDC to me is the absolute simplicity of their riffs combined with the fact that they are so impressively memorable with little fanfare. In fact, the thing I believe makes ACDC sound like ACDC is *not* the notes they play...it's the space between the notes and chords. It's the RESTS that "sound" like ACDC and that is why they are so brilliant. It took me quite a
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3 months ago
PaulBonrud
Cuts Like a Knife, Reckless, and Into the Fire are stellar albums. Waking up the Neighbors was okay but a little overdone and too Def Leppard in my book (and I'm a Def Lepp fan!!!) Paul
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3 months ago
PaulBonrud
MRF3 was a total blast and Andrew did a great job on it so I know that MRF4 will be equally as great. :) Paul
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3 months ago
PaulBonrud
I'm a fan of both Myles and Slash so I'll have to get this CD. I loved the last one they did! Paul
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3 months ago
PaulBonrud
LOL! I loved those commercials! :)
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3 months ago
PaulBonrud
Indeed...a terrible loss of a fantastic talent and person. Paul
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3 months ago
PaulBonrud
The amazing thing about Jimi is that his voice was still strong, beautiful, and soaring until the end. He really hadn't lost any of his magic with age. He sounded great at MRF3 and at Fergie's party last December. Yesterday I listened to his most recent solo CD he did with Erik and he sounded just as great on that CD as he does on Vital Signs which I have been listening to today...a record he rec
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3 months ago
PaulBonrud
Yep, I thought the second CD was stronger as well.
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3 months ago
PaulBonrud
Oh no...he was such a nice guy and a fantastic singer! He'll be greatly missed. :( Paul
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3 months ago
PaulBonrud
They were so good. I saw them in Minneapolis in May of 1992 when they opened for Bryan Adams. I have both of their CD's and they are both excellent. Kevin's a super nice guy as is Ross. :) Paul
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4 months ago
PaulBonrud
It's a monster riff and exceptionally simple too...which is partially why it's so brilliant. There isn't very much to that song musically yet whenever it comes on the radio, I can't help but crank up the volume and sing along at the top of my lungs. So I'd say, mission accomplished and well done Zeppelin! :) Paul
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4 months ago
PaulBonrud
I loved that record as a kid. I still have the vinyl in the closet! :) "Missing You" is the only track I remember though... Paul
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4 months ago
PaulBonrud
He's a great guitarist but I think he was a better fit for Night Ranger than for Whitesnake. He certainly has chops though so hopefully he'll work out great for DC. I really think Doug Aldrich had the perfect style for Whitesnake. Oh well... Paul
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4 months ago
PaulBonrud
Doug Aldrich is an amazing guitarist. I really like Deen's voice and Jack is a good songwriter. It'll be fun for us who like the genre! Paul
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4 months ago
PaulBonrud
Richie has so much authentic soul in his musicality. Loved the top on his Les Paul too. I believe it's a '59 reissue LP (an R9). Paul
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4 months ago
PaulBonrud
I liked the one California Breed song I heard (from their video) since it reminded me of Led Zeppelin. I'm not surprised Jason bowed out since he'll definitely make way more money touring with Sammy Hagar and Phil Collins. Paul
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4 months ago
PaulBonrud
I really loved all of Dave's releases and I've told him several times that "Janine" is his best tune. :) I'm bummed that he won't be with Boston when they play in MN in August. He gave me back stage passes last time they played here. Dave's always been a class act and a good friend to me and I wish him well. Paul
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5 months ago
PaulBonrud
I really liked the last Van Halen CD so I hope they can manage to release another solid outing like that. Eddie is too gifted a musician to not be recording new material. Paul
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5 months ago
PaulBonrud
She was good marketing! ;-) Paul
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5 months ago
PaulBonrud
My guess is that it boils down mainly to economic issues. Tommy makes a lot of money touring with Styx...more than Jack does in Night Ranger and more than Ted does touring solo. Tommy has the most to lose economically in the equation though I suspect a Damn Yankees tour would see all of them taking a bit of a pay cut. Maybe there are some interpersonal or political issues but I truly suspect it b
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5 months ago
PaulBonrud
I loved the last VH album too. They really surprised me with how strong the entire CD was. Paul
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6 months ago
PaulBonrud
I feel fortunate that the US gets to continue on after having fought through the group of death! Paul
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