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18 days ago
Cressy
Paper sun live! Wow hope they play that at DL/WS gigs in December. One of my favourite Def Leppard tracks alongside White Lightning, Gods of War, Kiss The Day and some of the other more epic songs. Love those tracks (alongside most other Def Leppard material over the years).
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7 weeks ago
Cressy
Agreed all round. I was aware of no support from earlier posting and of scheduled on stage time of 8:45p.m. Was running a bit late so glad I didn't miss a top support act in some ways but arrived 8p.m.ish and then stood and stood and stood until they finally hit the stage around 9:10p.m. I dread to think what those who arrived not long after 7 must've felt. Perfect opportunity to showcase N
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7 weeks ago
Cressy
Thanks for this. I was searching and unsure who support was. Had hoped they might draw in a quality UK based act for the night to do a 30/45 mins set as a bonus but understand they won't and later start works better for me too. Can't wait and bring it on! Safe journey folks (leaving in half hour myself).
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8 weeks ago
Cressy
Love that review and love FM. Favourite 2 albums are 'Tough it out' and 'Aphrodisiac' by far, 2 absolute classics that are perfect for my tastes. I like 'Indiscreet' but as others say it's a touch too wimpy for me to be up there with these 2. It was 'Someday' and 'Bad Luck' that got me into FM and 'Breathe Fire', 'All or Nothing' etc that cemented them as one of my favourite bands. Live the
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2 months ago
Cressy
Thanks guys for the tips. Much appreciated.
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2 months ago
Cressy
Hi melodicrock.com friends. I've had a bit of a 'mare and booked a ticket for HRHAOR Saturday event with Night Ranger as headline act and then realised too late to get a refund for the £70 day ticket that I can't actually go! Doh! So was really thrilled to see they're doing a gig at O2 Islington Academy next Thursday instead. I live in Gloucester and am aiming to leave about 3p.m. to get a
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2 months ago
Cressy
Any UK dates due in 2015? Would love to see these heroes of mine live again. Got to see them twice before and loved every arena chorus fuelled second of it!
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3 months ago
Cressy
I much prefer old school Europe but enjoy the new stuff too and to me this is very instantly likeable. Rocking and grabbed my attention. Top stuff I reckon and 'Bag of Bones' had real soul and was a real grower for me too. Bring on the new CD!
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3 months ago
Cressy
Loving the new album. Short but very sweet and so consistent, Love all the tracks. Up there with my favourites 'Mood Swings', 'Believe (Special Edition)', 'WOTW' and the hugely underrated 'Human Nature'. Quality throughout. Love the band live too and really think many folks misunderstand them and their stage presence/act. Very biased admittedly but I just love the albums and live perfor
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4 months ago
Cressy
Sounds good. Loved 'Bleed and Scream'.
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5 months ago
Cressy
Thanks Woody that's very helpful.
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5 months ago
Cressy
Cheers Woody. Very helpful and I've just emailed HRH staff for advice on that. Much appreciated and would be good to get along if only for a day in the end. Some quality bands lined up there for sure and I hope Eclipse are on same day as Night Ranger as I've never seen them and would love to. FM, Dare. Vega etc and it's an excellent bunch of bands. Sounds good.
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5 months ago
Cressy
Very intriguing. Love the recent solo CD and book and as a Christian and lover of Creed and Scott's solo albums both resonated with me and inspired me hugely. Watching and listening to this video my heart is filled with compassion and prayers for a guy who is obviously at a very low ebb again. Who knows the totaly truth of the situation but for now I will choose to believe Scott's claims a
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5 months ago
Cressy
Hi folks. Just looking at HRH AOR as an option for next year and never been. Not really looking to stay over and it's advertised as 12th to 15th March 2015 yet day passes only talk about Friday and Saturday. So I assume that the Thursday is arrival, actual music and gig is Friday, Saturday then folks can stayover and leave on the Sunday. I can't see any details of which bands are play
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5 months ago
Cressy
Sounds cracking. Real old school Thunder riffs and chorus, groove etc. Love it and adored the first 3 CDs so if it carries on in that vein this could be a special album for 2015.
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5 months ago
Cressy
I absolutely adore Lifehouse and Jason Wade's voice but have to agree that Almerica was an exceptionally dull and disappointing departure for the band and only had 2 or 3 tracks on it that I like (including the Natasha Bedingfield track that I find curiously memorable likeable). Nice new song but yes strange to kick off new release with a slow builder like this and hope it isn't a sign of anot
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5 months ago
Cressy
Can't get the 'new album' idea with only 8 tracks. Feels like a rip off to me and somewhere between an EP and full album. 10 tracks minimum in my mind to be a proper album (though I'd rather have 9 tracks of top class quality than 13 tracks with 3 or 4 fillers I guess). For the record though sounds good stuff from a couple of quick listens though as I'm not a fan of the sweary stuff (and Fo
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6 months ago
Cressy
These 2 were great together. Just love those Ten albums where the band were definitely at their best by a mile with Gary and Vinny together (much like Dare with Vinny and Darren Wharton).
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6 months ago
Cressy
Love this album. Real variety of tunes that kind of encompasses all of his styles of music with Stryer and solo career in one cracking album. Bottom line is the songs and choruses work and it's a thoroughly enjoyable album to listen to again and again.
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6 months ago
Cressy
Love all the albums to differing degrees but of the Frontiers era albums before last break up it was 'Weight of the World' and 'Human Nature' that most hit the spot for me. Thoroughly enjoyed 'Higher', 'Overload' and 'Hope' too but these 2 albums got the blend of Mood Swings era styled tunes and choruses with some of the more heavy/alternative leanings that HS have often dropped into albums since
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6 months ago
Cressy
Deeply and heartily excited! My favourite band is back and sounding as top notch as ever from these samples and Andrew's comment there. That's one Christmas present sorted! Bring it on and hope they do dates in the UK to support new album in tour they mention. Love love love this band!!
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6 months ago
Cressy
Love old Europe, like new Europe. That sums it up for me. PIP is my favourite album of the whole lot by quite a distance and whilst I agree that broadly the last 2 albums have gone too bluesy and retro styled for my tastes ideally I have to say 'Bag of bones' shouldn't work that well for my usual tastes but really does work for me. Great variety of tunes and very classy. Love that album and on
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7 months ago
Cressy
Absolute gem of an album twas 'Battle Cries' and I loved the more grungy tinged 'Trust' too with different vocalist and style. Not as classic for my tastes as 'Battle Cries' but songs like 'The River' and 'Tomorrow' are superb. All that Pakaderm John and Dino Elefante output was ranging from good to incredible for my tastes in music and lyrics. A classic era in Christian rock music with Petra'
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7 months ago
Cressy
Hope he delivers but same as others I lost interest after the very fine 'On A Day Like Today' album. 'Room Service' had its moments but was pretty average overall and releases since have just sounded plain dull. Give me 'Reckless' and 'Waking Up The Neighbours' styled stuff and I'll be buying it like a shot but hard to imagine him going back to that after what 20+ years. Here's hoping/dream
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7 months ago
Cressy
Yeah 'Human Nature' is up there for me as one of the best HS albums of all time, definitely in my top 3 with 'Mood Swings' and 'Believe (Special Edition)'. 3 of the best albums of melodic rock music in the history of the genre for me (and the debut, 'Weight of the World', 'Higher' are all immense too plus I love all the rest to differing degrees). Just simply my favourite band of all time. Gre
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8 months ago
Cressy
I agree. Less screamy wailing and more class and quality for my tastes in the solo albums, though I do like Stryper particularly in their less glam and more hard rock (Against the Law) and modern rock (Reborn) releases.
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8 months ago
Cressy
'Alive' is an excellent album with 3 or 4 particularly outstanding tracks and the rest very good. Not listened to the new one yet as bits I heard sounded a bit more laid back for my tastes but if 'howling rockers' are on there in decent measure too then I'll have to dig it out online sometime to have a listen. Cheers.
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8 months ago
Cressy
Sooooo jealous. Alongside Tower City this is one of the 2 bands left on my bucket list to see live. Love the classic debuts of these 2 awesome bands big-time. Absolute gems of AOR/melodic rock.
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8 months ago
Cressy
Had a couple of listens on Spotify Mike and thanks for the tip off. Sounds cracking. On my must buy list I reckon. Cheers.
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8 months ago
Cressy
Alias!!! Live!!! In my dreams to see them live in the UK. Debut is one of my all time favourite albums. Classic!!!
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