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12 days ago
Cressy
Love this album, loved it when Euphoria was released and love it still jut as much now. Couldn't agree more re 'All Nite' being a strange choice and better suited to the more experimental Slang CD and also re 'Paper Sun' being an immense DL track alongside 'Day after Day'. Love the ballads on this album plus big chorus rockers like 'Demolition Man', 'Promises' and others mentioned. Defin
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4 weeks ago
Cressy
Went to the Birmingham gig last night and my first time seeing Daughtry as a headline act. Was very excited as the first 3 CDs are amongst my favourites of the last 5 years or so (and I think the new album is good but nowhere near as good as the other 3 albums). Overall impression - 80-90 minutes set was fine if it included less of new album less ballads and more continuity between songs. C
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4 weeks ago
Cressy
Oh Mr Hess stop making me cry! As funny in print as you are on stage (and definitely don't go being just a producer please!!!!). Excited to hear more from the almight Harem Scarem soon :-)
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4 weeks ago
Cressy
Flipping heck Bruce what else can I and many hundreds of others like me say but a huge THANKYOU for all you personally invested and lost in operating Now & Then records and so many fantastic releases and particularly the epic Gods 2002 event. That was my first ever big melodic rock event with multiple rare bands that I love (had been to Cardiff Arms Park, Wembley and others to see the band
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5 weeks ago
Cressy
I always expect greatness from these guys and can't wait to hear the whole album in full. Top quality melodic rock always oozes out of Winger albums for me, particularly from the 2nd CD onwards and the utopia of 'Pull'. IV was different but still top quality and Karma was a real return to form in terms of rocking out. Great great band for my tastes.
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5 weeks ago
Cressy
Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooo! Neverrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr! Giant are not overrated and their original first 2 CDs are amongst the best ever recorded in the genre. Melodic rock classics of all time up there with best of Bad English, Bon Jovi, Def Leppard and all my favourites (inc Harem Scarem of course!!!). On the topic of Promise/Promised Land - I too think it must've been a mistake and
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6 weeks ago
Cressy
Oh dear everybody! 2 words spring to mind... GROW UP! I love this website and love numerous songs and albums written, produced etc by Tommy Denander but don't think the exchanges here do either or you guys a great deal of credit. Shame really and I hope you can resolve your differences in future. At least agree to disagree privately and move on I'd suggest. Other than that it's not my bu
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7 weeks ago
Cressy
Yep love the album. Cracking stuff of top class quality.
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7 weeks ago
Cressy
Stonking, rocking and brilliant. Love it!
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7 weeks ago
Cressy
Really enjoyed 'Firebirth' personally but this new track does sound excellent too. Very instantly catchy and memorable.
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7 weeks ago
Cressy
Great previews and teasers and helps me get my shopping list sorted to hopefully not miss any classics! Thanks Andrew.
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8 weeks ago
Cressy
Yep superb album of catchy, memorable modern melodic rock. Last 2 albums have indeed been choc full of favourites.
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2 months ago
Cressy
I agree with Pelata re the live performances and attitude of the band. Wish they would play a few more from the classic 'X' (my favourite post-Vault compilation album CD the band has done) and some of the best tracks from Sparkle Lounge and Slang myself to add a bit of variety (I do wish lots of classic acts would play some of their newer material and not solely the classics generally though e
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2 months ago
Cressy
Bring it on! A truly class melodic rock act. 'Pull' is one of THE greatest albums of all time in my book.
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2 months ago
Cressy
Sounds exciting. Great band with varied and classy albums over the years. Can't beat 'Fire & Love'/'Miracle Mile' era for me as the 2 only albums that are rremotely similar but I do love the more modern leanings of 'Buzz'/'Bottlerocket' too so anything related to those 4 albums will be classy (and anything with Jamie Rowe's superbly classy and passionate vocals is always cracking!).
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2 months ago
Cressy
Bring it on! Can't wait to see Daughtry in Birmingham.
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2 months ago
Cressy
Flipping awesome line up and great concept. No chance of me getting there for that alas but hope it goes well and takes off as a concept to bring over to old blighty some day. Incredible list of some of my all-time favourite bands all on one weekend together. Wow!!!
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3 months ago
Cressy
Loved the debut and was super excited to get 'Never Say never' so many years later. One of my favourite albums of all time is that original debut album. Not heard any new stuff from Freddy Curci/Alias for years though and it seems such a shame (would love some of that Zion material to be rerecorded and produced properly for example plus other new music in the Alias vein from that classic co
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3 months ago
Cressy
Looking forward to this. I know 'Firebirth' got mixed reactions but I loved it and 'Remember It's Me' is one of my favourite tracks of the last few years, amongst many other cracking tracks on the album. Great voice with the new singer and great future for the band I believe despite the hugely tragic loss of a few years ago of their awesome previous lead singer.
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3 months ago
Cressy
Yeah loved 11:59 but avoiding the more recent releases where he seems to have decided to become pottymouthed. A shame that as 11:59 is a classy album full of epic songs and he has an incredible voice.
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3 months ago
Cressy
A bit harsh in my opinion Mike and others although I totally do get where you're coming from with your views. I really like the album as mentioned above but definitely agree it's by far his/the band's worst (more 7 out of 10 for my tastes rather than the 9 or 10 out of 10 for the first 3 albums). Still chuffed the band are doing a full headline UK tour around the country and excited to see
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3 months ago
Cressy
Booked in for Birmingham and can't wait. A few off the new CD would be fine by me but hope it'll be mainly focused on the firstr 3 corking rock albums.
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3 months ago
Cressy
Let it roooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooock!!! Cracking last album and immense live band.
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3 months ago
Cressy
Yeah I'm with Dream Police there. Absolutely love the first 3 albums ('Leave This Town' is my personal favourite) and the new CD is far and away the worst of the 4 for my tastes but I still really enjoy playing it for the sheer quality of the vocals and anthemic choruses. The rock edge is still there because of Daughtry's immense voice but it is definitely a big shift in style, far poppier
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3 months ago
Cressy
I love Ten's early work in first 5 or 6 albums, particularly loved the debut to Babylon era and favourite album is 'Spellbound'. The couple of albums after 'Babylon' plus 2 newer releases since returning are good/ok but nowhere near as good as the first albums. Lacking the big riffs and huge choruses of the early albums for my tastes. A best of compilation for the last 4 albums could be excell
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3 months ago
Cressy
Of all Europe's output for me, most of which I love, I would rank PIP as my favourite albums, OOTW as second and TFC as third. OOTW is a cracking album of classy commercial melodic rock with wonderful anthems and PIP was the perfect blend for my tastes of being slightly more crunchy with the guitars and style but keeping the huge songs with memorable choruses allied to more powerful riffs and
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4 months ago
Cressy
Flipping brilliant news. Fantastic band with the original melodic gems of the first 2 Jamie Rowe albums and then the more alt rock leanings of 'Buzz' and 'Bottlerocket'. I prefer the melodic stuff overall but 'Psychedelic runaway' is one of my all-time favourite tunes! Loving the new track. Bring it on!!!
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4 months ago
Cressy
Huge fan of Def Leppard personally and both on CD and live I've never had any issues with Joe Elliott's vocals. Anyway, re the initial post I love all the 'classic' Def Leppard albums and love the newer stuff but of all the post-Vault albums 'X' is my favourite by some distance. I enjoyed the return to big melodic anthems on 'Euphoria' after the experimental (but enjoyable for me) 'Slang' C
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4 months ago
Cressy
As an England cricket/Manchester United/vaguely interested Gloucester Rugby fan I am considering ditching sport and taking up birdwatching (of the non stalky variety!!!).
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4 months ago
Cressy
Love all these guys albums other than 'The Power and the Myth' but for me of the new era I'd say either 'World Upside Down' or the stonking 'Cartesian Dreams' are up there for me as the 2 best CDs. Superb albums both.
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