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Chris De Burgh:'A Spaceman Came A Travelling'(the only song of his I love!) Greg Lake:'I Believe in Father Christmas' The Darkness:'Christmas Time'(This really has gorwn on me over the years) Slade:'Merry Xmas' Wizzard:'I Wish it Could be Christmas Everyday'(A childhood fave,but if I could escape Christmas, I would!)
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3 days ago
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I could go and see a line up of Kiss without Gene Simmons quite happily, but not without Paul Stanley.
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4 days ago
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Surely they can't keep going for much longer? Have booked on the basis it will probably be the last chance of seeing them, and a nostalgia trip.
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11 days ago
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There are very few bands that have the personality and charisma to truly fill an arena like Manchester which is one of the biggest in Europe apparently. The only classic gigs I've seen there are Kiss(two), Motley Crues farewell tour gig, Black Sabbath, Rush and Whitesnake.
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12 days ago
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I bought a Russian Black Sabbath 'Greatest Hits' double cd, as it had the tracks from 'The End' tour cd on it.If it's a counterfeit release, it's been very well done.
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16 days ago
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For me, these Jethro Tull reissues are the finest I've seen for individual albums by an artist, and as this one is one of my fave Tull albums,I was looking forward to it a lot, and I'm not disappointed. There's a wealth of reading in the 112 page book,along with the album mixed by Steven Wilson in stereo, and a hugely worthwhile surround mix. It's a shame more bands don't treat their back catalog
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17 days ago
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Ordinary.
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20 days ago
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My best girlfriend lives in Wellington, and she said she'd never felt one like it since she moved there.Even though she felt the quake, she's fortunate enough to live on a hill so didn't have to evacuate, and there seems to be no damage to the house.Has been advised to stay away from work in the CBD until tomorrow.
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21 days ago
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I haven't listened to The Answer since the hyped up debut(hyped up by Classic Rock!) as to my ears they were nothing more than a dated pub rock band until I saw them on 'The Friday Rock Show' on Vintage TV last Friday night, and nothing seems to have changed. Saxon were also in session on the same show, and blew them out of the water.
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23 days ago
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Add Saxon to the list of those that change their set regularly, never seen them play the same songs twice. As for Kiss, I wish I could afford the Kiss Kruise, just to hear 'I Stole Your Love' and 'Take Me' live one more time.
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24 days ago
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They seem to have metamorphosised into Kiss, no variation whatsoever. Surprised to see 'After Forever' in there, but no 'Sweet Leaf'. Wonder if we'll see any changes for the UK?
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25 days ago
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I know I'll be in a minority, but I only ever liked the debut album, nothing else has resonated with me at all. If that's the best song on the album, I won't be checking it out.
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30 days ago
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Sorry, but they are shockingly bad headliners.
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4 weeks ago
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If there is anyone like me who was flabbergasted at the hotel prices in Liverpool for the night of this concert, I just wanted to let people know that there is an Easyhotel opening in Liverpool City Centre,and rooms are available for the princely sum of £36.95,which is a heck of a lot more reasonable than the £130 room I had reserved. I know it'll be a very basic,no frills place,but if like
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4 weeks ago
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Wow £5.40 for a pint of gnats piss! Will be going to the Thirsty Scholar before the Airbourne gig then.
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5 weeks ago
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Hmm, not a bad cover, but nothing will ever come close to the original which features one of my favourite guitar solos of all time.
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5 weeks ago
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I've been a big fan since 1980, and whilst I had no interest in his reality TV phase, I always enjoyed the music he made, from the early psychedelia to his dance pop. I'm a big fan of personality in my music, and they didn't get much bigger than Pete. He was always a scary prospect when you went up to the counter in Probe Records, looking aghast at what I was buying usually. RIP.
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5 weeks ago
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Aren't the last four tracks from 'The End' tour cd rather than any versions of '13' itself? I got all the tracks you mention on a Russian 'Greatest Hits' double cd. Don't know if it's official, but sound quality is perfect, and cost me just under £10.
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6 weeks ago
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That must have taken the quizmaster a long time to prepare. Ahem.....
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7 weeks ago
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In date order: Saxon-1982 Whitesnake- 1983 Twisted Sister- 1983(Still not as amazing as their Reading 1982 gig though!) Y & T- 1984 Motley Crue- 1984 Ozzy-1986 The Scorpions-1986 Def Leppard- 1986 Cinderella- 1987 WASP-1987
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7 weeks ago
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Yep this station plays all the artists you mention too!! I guess radio is a tough old game these days, so they have to have a wide demographic, but it all sounds such a jumble.
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7 weeks ago
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To be fair, they play the artists you mention, but also the newer artists mentioned above. Just seems a weird concoction to me.
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7 weeks ago
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I ask, because I've been listening to my local station 'XS Manchester' and sure, they play a lot of the obvious stuff(sometimes too obvious, same tracks by the same artists day in, day out!) but they now include Oasis, The Smiths/Morrissey, Talking Heads, Primal Scream, Happy Mondays, Paul Weller etc. Am I just getting old when I ask myself if these artists are classic rock?
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7 weeks ago
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This was delivered yesterday,and I've played nothing else since! Sure, you could say it's a slightly contrived return to their old sound,but the songs are there to make it worthwhile,and superb production from Tim Palmer. For me a great production can really make a difference as it does here.Oh,and Wayne Hussey has coaxed JUlianne rEgan out of her shell,so hopefully her solo album will happen.
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7 weeks ago
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Yup. Cinderella's 'Still Climbing' for me.
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7 weeks ago
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Just had a listen to a couple of tracks on Youtube and ordered instantly.Sounds great to my ears.
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8 weeks ago
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My sister bought me 'Bolan Boogie' by T.Rex in either 1971 or 1972 from Warrington Market, and I think it cost £1.99! First album bought with my own money was 'Slayed?' by Slade.
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8 weeks ago
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I'd have included Pentagram's 'Last Days Here', and Twisted Sister's 'We Are Twisted F*****n Sister'.
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2 months ago
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Good on them.They are going the ticketless route and you have to present the card you booked with and photo ID.I don't think it'll be foolproof,but it'll certainly help cut down on the touts.Managed to get a couple of presale tickets,they were £64 each or thereabouts which I didn't think was too bad
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2 months ago
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I think the last time I really got excited by anything new was the H. E. A. T debut.Since then nothing that I can recall. The forthcoming Bigfoot debut could be worth watching out for. For me there are too many studio projects, and I just don't warm too them at all.
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