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5 days ago
blm
Can you post a link? Can't find it ... Oooops ... found it :)
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14 days ago
blm
I still do all my magazine interviews on tape via recordable Walkman ...Prefer it to digital ...
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20 days ago
blm
Well we saw him at Sweden Rock about 5 years ago and he was AWFUL ... we left after 3 songs as it was just too painful to watch/hear ..
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21 days ago
blm
Ooops .. I was thinking of his debut album (which WE released, LoL)
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21 days ago
blm
We tried hard to get a DVD done at Firefest ... the band were up for it but the record company didn't even reply to our Emails ... We just figured they had their own plans ....
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21 days ago
blm
'Worldchanger' has several covers on it :P
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23 days ago
blm
If Slaughter actually turn up and play I'll be really surprised ... (unless they're doing other UK shows around that time)
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24 days ago
blm
>> It would be like saying Badlands are better than Megadeth or Clutch are better than Bring Me The Horizon, pointless really But at LEAST those bands are made up of ROCK fans!! Not a bunch of people who NEVER listened to metal before but were just put in a band and told what to do. It's not so much the music people DETEST but the whole shallow concept. For me personally, I'd much rat
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25 days ago
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Japan's pop/metal upstarts turn defiance into delirium Let’s be honest: you’ve made your mind up about whether Babymetal are a good thing or an inexplicable monstrosity by now. As a result, those in the latter camp might as well stop reading because Metal Resistance puts paid to all notions of a backlash. A bewitching and bewildering anomaly in our world over the last couple of years, the
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25 days ago
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(Full review - not sarcasm) Mighty second album from Tokyo teen metal sensations. Are Babymetal manufactured corporate pop robots? Or the most refreshing and exciting thing to happen to heavy music this millennium? Yes and yes. Japan’s ‘kawaii metal’ teen sensations divide opinion, but this second album proves that their crack musical team know exactly what they’re doing. Bui
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25 days ago
blm
Probably not ...
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26 days ago
blm
Check out the interview with Bruno in latest issue of Fireworks (hard copy and download available at www.rocktopia.co.uk) He explains everything.
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26 days ago
blm
It's very very VERY good!! :)
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27 days ago
blm
I wondered that too ... but if you look at the writing credits to the Holy Diver album, then Ronnie wrote 'Holy Diver' and 'Don't Talk To Strangers' all on his own ... so I REALLY can't understand what happened those last 20 years ... (Ditto Tony Clarkin, although there have been at least SOME great Magnum tracks over the past 15 years, but few and far between)
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27 days ago
blm
Wouldn't be surprised to see them on cover of Powerplay :)
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28 days ago
blm
>> Established in 2010, BABYMETAL is the offshoot of the Japanese pop idol group SAKURA GAKUIN that performs a distinctly Japanese mix of schoolgirl J-pop and heavy metal. >> BABYMETAL's members admit that they had never listened to metal before joining the group. All you really need to know, isn't it. I don't care if the music - which they don't write - is good. This is j
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28 days ago
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One can rattle off all the classic Ronnie Rainbow/Sabbath/early Dio songs ... after 'Dream Evil' (which only really had 'I Could Have Been a Dreamer' and 'All The Fools Sailed Away'that I would list as classics) it just doesn't happen. 'Killing The Dragon' title track is as close as it gets. I remember interviewing Ronnie for Boulevard after 'Lock Up The Wolves' and asking him where all the melod
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29 days ago
blm
Loved Ronnie .. just a shame he never wrote a classic song after the 4th Dio album ...WTF happened??
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30 days ago
blm
Yup ... Cineworld card is a no-brainer! :) BvS ... entertaining, but so many plot holes/contrivances that it's really annoying (don't get me started on Man of Steel !!). I think Capn America: Civil War will blow it away. As an aside, it's funny prior to movie opening so many were bitching about Ben Affleck's casting, where now many are saying he's the best thing about the movie! IMHO, he's pr
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4 weeks ago
blm
>> unfortunately I found out too late just what those running this event were all about and what I know came from a band from Sweden Care to share?
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4 weeks ago
blm
JLT back in Rainbow ...
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4 weeks ago
blm
Yeah, there's an issue with bar-code, so although £5.99 cover price, will go through at £4.99 in shops. Bargain!! :)
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5 weeks ago
blm
Yes, Gary Hughes' 'Once And Future King' is excellent. Has Gary, Bob Catley, Danny Vaughn, Harry Hess, new Nightwish vocalist Floor Jansen, Sean Harris and others. Total melodic rock ...
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5 weeks ago
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Tesla - Mechanical Resonance. LOVE that album ... nothing else comes close. I know many people love the follow up, but it did nothing for me. 'Bust A Nut' was awful and the latest ones again do nothing for me. When they supported Leppard back in .. 1988? They were awesome. At HRH AOR a few years back, I thought they were terrible ...
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5 weeks ago
blm
Well they DID ... even if it was mainly pre-credits sequences ...
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5 weeks ago
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Exactly .... Axel makes it a personal issue to be VERY late for every show. WHO needs that shit? I saw "GnR" at Sweden Rock a few years back ... left after 3 songs as his voice was just AWFUL.
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5 weeks ago
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They've got the sound, the production, and the harmonies of the classic Bonfire era. I'm still not convinced about some of the songs though ... hopefully will grow on me, as I LOVE that period of Bonfire!!
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6 weeks ago
blm
XERO Corp in Japan went bust after paying Judas Priest and Night Ranger $100,000 advance each ... really IS crazy money ...
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6 weeks ago
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Label would be lucky to make £5-6 per CD once all other costs taken into account (wholesale price is only £8.99!! Take off publishing, manufacturing, advertising, distribution fee of 25%). To re-coup $220,000 (£152,000) the label would have to sell in excess of 25,000 copies, NOT 12,000 ...
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