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3 days ago
the ORIGINAL brent
I saw them last year and what got everyone up and rocking was Phil X singing an AC/DC song lol.
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5 days ago
the ORIGINAL brent
Pretty much this , although my ratings for those first four would all be a touch higher.
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5 days ago
the ORIGINAL brent
I ain't yootful and I would rather listen to Address The Nation than anything BJ have done since New Jersey.
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7 days ago
the ORIGINAL brent
I rated it 70%.......very competent , very good in parts but also very samey and I was a bit over it by the end.
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8 days ago
the ORIGINAL brent
You could be forgiven for thinking that Terry but the song is about (himself presumably) being the last - or one of the last - artists putting on a "real"show .........no lip sync bullshit etc.... the last man standing. Still pretty corny but at least it's not It's My Life Mach 5000. And it rocks a bit.
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8 days ago
the ORIGINAL brent
The only song I can think of in recent memory that got my interest is Last Man Standing - had some balls and isn't the usual "me against the world" , sappy inspirational lyric.
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16 days ago
the ORIGINAL brent
Should I be embarrassed that Dokken is the only band in that list that I have heard of? :)
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18 days ago
the ORIGINAL brent
I agree that they were never quite the same , but having said that there was some decent stuff on Right Between The Eyes and especially An Even More perfect Union. I have one of the signed/numbered pressings of that somewhere.
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18 days ago
the ORIGINAL brent
My thought is that you are spot on. Top 50 of all time for me.
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20 days ago
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I haven't read through all the posts but I'll mention someone (among heaps I could mention) who goes under the radar - Akira Takasaki from Loudness. Their latter day stuff doesn't interest me at all but back in the 80's he did some pretty decent stuff. I used to use this in guitar lessons to highlight how beautiful trills can sound when used well in a solo - one of my favourites https://you
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20 days ago
the ORIGINAL brent
One of my faves too - stumbled onto this a few years ago ,but other than that haven't heard anything. No doubt Terry has tried to get him on board more than once - not really XYZ without Marc IMHO. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HDg3ldCJGs
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21 days ago
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The Ultimate Sin was probably my first ever genuine "metal" album and IMHO it's a classic. The only other one I feel strongly about is Y&T's Ten. I find that most of their "classic era" albums have plenty of filler to go with the killer but Ten , on the whole, is quite possibly their most consistent and accomplished album.
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21 days ago
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you don't cringe at " a cuppa tea......" ?? LOL. Gutter Ballet is the best for me and that run of HOTMK, Gutter Ballet and Streets is up there with any 3 album run. Edge of Thorns is right up there though and is certainly my favourite album after Jon stepped back.
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21 days ago
the ORIGINAL brent
Awesome stuff. Unfortunately the album cover shirt that the band sells is absolute shite - low,low res art on the shirt :( I was always dying for that too - one of my favourite covers on top of being a great album
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21 days ago
the ORIGINAL brent
can you enlarge that? - I can't see it. :)
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22 days ago
the ORIGINAL brent
the thing on his scone could pass for a merkin
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22 days ago
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Google Chrome has suddenly decided that this page needs translating (it might be right LOL) and I am getting a rather weird version of English at the moment. Anyone else?
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24 days ago
the ORIGINAL brent
Might be video of it then
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24 days ago
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Definitely check out Blacklist and Vikings - can't comment on the others.
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24 days ago
the ORIGINAL brent
LOL
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27 days ago
the ORIGINAL brent
Me too - OMG.
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27 days ago
the ORIGINAL brent
ROFLMAO
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27 days ago
the ORIGINAL brent
Agreed. I thought one of the funniest things on that Facebook thing was that (available for purchase) Alice Cooper gold record on his wall - the one he used to show off all his bling.
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4 weeks ago
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pgn111 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > and has > decided to go out and pretend he was in > Toto......... That must be why he gets on so well with Tommy
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4 weeks ago
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His voice actually sounds strong when he was yelling at the crowd ,so I would tend to agree with those who say his "ear' is gone. He has always struggled to get Paich's parts as they're too low for him - that's the first time I have heard him massacre his own part so bad,.
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5 weeks ago
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that was quite a big part of why I didn't like it from memory. Lyrics normally don't affect for me at all unless they're amazing or amazingly bad .
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5 weeks ago
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Aside from the ballad Cutting Edge?(memory) I thought it was awful - and we normally agree adolfo. I remember distinctly because it was getting rave reviews , I bought it - still have the CD - and thought it was rubbish.
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6 weeks ago
the ORIGINAL brent
Really solid album - the one before it had a couple of killer tracks but I like Spirit On A Mission better overall
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7 weeks ago
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Wow mate - you don't like Portrait?? I have heaps of these - one track wonders . Struggling to remember them though as they usually got set aside quick. The obvious one for me is Robert Tepper - No Easy Way Out. I spent a fortune on the Scotti Bros disc back in the day and was underwhelmed to say the least.
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7 weeks ago
the ORIGINAL brent
Sad news - RIP. Heaven were one the few Aussie hard rock bands that grabbed me and tracks like Burn, Keep The Fire and Nowhere To Run are tracks that really stay with me even though I haven't listened in a while (unlike most of the stuff released these days)
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