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11 days ago
Addyeddy
I've had a supposedly used disc from them,and all it was was the shrink wrap was torn!Great reliable company.
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16 days ago
Addyeddy
Wow, I haven't heard any WASP in a while,I'd avoided them because I thought they'd ditched melodies,but maybe I've been missing out,this is excellent.
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16 days ago
Addyeddy
They've been playing this on my local station a lot, and after seeing a very positive review of the album,I'm worried if this is the lead track,ordinary to say the least.The new WASP track is far more impressive.
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19 days ago
Addyeddy
One of the best live acts out there.I might be in a minority,but I find their recent albums are starting to sound a bit samey,I play them a couple of times when I buy them,but don't find myself going back to them that often.
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21 days ago
Addyeddy
Been listening to my local rock station whilst doing some decorating,and the DJ keeps saying this is the best thing he has heard all year,and I can only think....really??? Is it just me or does this sound like a Nickelback clone? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SqioRSYOWiY
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24 days ago
Addyeddy
Incredibly unprofessional of the roadie,was he ordered to do it as TS were going down well perhaps? Seen TS four times,and they never give it less than 110%,last time I saw them was at the Astoria in London,and there was water dripping down the walls because it was so hot in there.
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30 days ago
Addyeddy
I just haven't got them since Stevie Lee's sad death.No doubt Nic Maeder is a fine vocal replacement, but for me they seem to have lost a bit of fire, and the songs just aren't as memorable.
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4 weeks ago
Addyeddy
I must be in a minority, but 'The Final Fronter'is my favourite Maiden album.A lot of previous albums have bored me senseless,but I could listen to that one all the way through,and haven't done that since'Number of the Beast'
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4 weeks ago
Addyeddy
I bought 'Slippery When Wet' because of the singles,but they were the only tracks I really liked,so didn't buy another album until I heard 'It's My Life' bought the album 'Crush' but apart from the aforementioned track,hated the rest,so I haven't bought anything since. His Bruce Springsteen fixation does nothing for me at all.
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5 weeks ago
Addyeddy
I've actually ordered the Blu Ray, despite my love/hate relationship with Kiss, this looks like a lot of fun!
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5 weeks ago
Addyeddy
I'm glad some people can appreciate that DC still does a good job at entertaining even if his voice isn't what it was over 30 years ago!! I find it sad that people feel the need to knock someone who is still out there doing it,having a blast,as are the fans for the most part. I know there are things I can't do now that I could 30 years ago, so why should musicians be any different? I'll be
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5 weeks ago
Addyeddy
I've lived with this for a few weeks now and have to say,I'm surprised there hasn't been a bigger outpouring of praise for these guys. Not a perfect debut as it goes on for about 5 tracks too long,but when these guys are good, they are on fire!! If your idea of a good time is some fun VERY 80's inspired rock,you need this CD in your collection. I won't do a track by track rundown,there was
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7 weeks ago
Addyeddy
You would have thought with the response Cinderella got when they were last in London,You would have thought that would have inspired him to do a couple more dates up and down the country.
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7 weeks ago
Addyeddy
I want the Axe debut, can't understand why it's never come out again,althugh I understand it came out briefly in Japan?
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2 months ago
Addyeddy
A really good album,had this one since it came out. If you like this give The Oath a try,and the band that formed out of them,Lucifer. (Female vocals on both)
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2 months ago
Addyeddy
Woohoo,Manchester on a Saturday night, that's a definite.
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2 months ago
Addyeddy
Well, for me 'The Final Frontier' is my favourite album of theirs, so I hope they continue in a similar vein.
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2 months ago
Addyeddy
I thought I read somewhere that we were to expect an original album of material next year?
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2 months ago
Addyeddy
If Alice wasn't supporting, we probably wouldn't bother as didn't reckon much to Motley Crue when they last played Manchester, but it's a decent value package,and the last chance to see them,so will book tomorrow when the Live Nation presale happens.
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2 months ago
Addyeddy
Rab,that's interesting aobut Pauls vocal faults not being as noticeable live,I guess the added echo/reverb in the halls and arenas give it a bit of extra strength not apparent on Youtube clips.
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2 months ago
Addyeddy
I'm in two minds as to whether I'd go, I really enjoyed them in 2010 at Manchester,but Pauls voice seems to have got really bad since then, plus the setlist is boring. As for dates, I bet they don't do Liverpool again.....
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2 months ago
Addyeddy
Over on Kissonline,they say 'We need a UK tour',would you go?
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2 months ago
Addyeddy
Haha! Saw the trailer for this and meant to watch it,will do so on IPlayer. I think it's great they haven't tried to update them in any way by the looks of it. My mum made me one when I was a kid following instructions on Blue Peter,only problem was, we only had a black and white telly, so I ended up with a grey clanger, had no idea they were pink until years later!
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2 months ago
Addyeddy
Agree about production on Steel Panther and The Darkness, they have a great crunch and bottom end, but the clarity in the mixes is fantastic as well.There's nothing worse than a bad mix/production to me,it can kill an album.The last Johnny Lima album was another fantastic sounding album and was an indie release,so it's not all about big bucks. It amazes me in this day and age when tech is so c
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2 months ago
Addyeddy
If this is good, it'll bode well for any writing with Mr Coverdale for the next original Whitesnake album.
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2 months ago
Addyeddy
Kiss- they have such a vast back catalogue, but for the most part(Kiss Kruise being an exception),they play the same old stuff all the time.I'd love to hear 'What Makes the World Go Round' live instead of 'I Was Made'. Cinderella-Never play anything off 'Still Climbing',I'd love to hear 'Through the Rain' live
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2 months ago
Addyeddy
I'm happy to use HMV again, their store prices aren't bad now either.I think the search problems were down to the site being overloaded as I had the same problem at one point, but then it was fine later on.Preordered the 3D steelbook of 'Jurassic World' even though I've not seen the fim yet!
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2 months ago
Addyeddy
On Manchester's rock station, Real XS, I'm pleased to say FM are getting regular plays of the track 'Digging Up the Dirt' and mighty fine it sounds on radio too. Whilst Real XS do tend to concentrate on the same tracks a lot of the time, they do at least try and inject some new music into the mix as well,certainly the best mainstream FM rock station I've heard in the UK.
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2 months ago
Addyeddy
I didn't have a problem with Mr Coverdale's voice on the last tour, but have to say, he sounds great on these clips.
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