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6 days ago
joe
MSL Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Not the greatest live lead vocal ever Too bad he couldn't hide behind autotune for this performance... Like most country music these days, EYB have some good songs and a lot of filler.
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17 days ago
joe
And in another message board elsewhere on the Internets, hip hop fans are laughing at the cheesy lyrics and cliched songs y'all salivate over here. Different strokes and all.
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26 days ago
joe
Listen to his "Cover Me Up" or "Alabama Pines" and get ready to fall for a new artist. One of the best I've performers I've seen, too.
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28 days ago
joe
The first three are essential -- the rest have at least a couple of brilliant songs each, but generally uneven.
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4 weeks ago
joe
No shit. You can almost see Ray rolling her eyes in her mind every time she's trying to be "nice" to someone.
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6 weeks ago
joe
Why not both? I buy from the bands I truly love/follow/wish to support (usually vinyl) and use Spotify for most of the rest (including streaming albums I actually already own, since my physical collection is boxed up int he basement for now), so they're getting an additional fraction of a cent from me whenever I listen to records I already purchased in another form.
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7 weeks ago
joe
The song is shit, but Lzzy does what she can to make it sound good
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8 weeks ago
joe
I'm going to wait for the inevitable deluxe version w/ 5 bonus tracks
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2 months ago
joe
That opening riff is lifted straight from Winger's "Madelaine". Total dud.
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2 months ago
joe
Well, I am a country fan too, so, that might cloud my judgment. If you swapped the steel guitars and twang for a beefy electric sound, half of this album would be very, very close to the material on "Stick It In Your Ear" -- the other half would fit nicely on Shugaazer.
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3 months ago
joe
This is out on Spotify today.... first spin: brilliant!
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3 months ago
joe
Pull is untouchable. They will never recapture the brilliance that was that album. But after a few more listens to Better Days Comin', I'm still finding it their best since Pull. Much more melodic and song driven (maybe not as big hooks) as IV and Karma. They both had good songs, but the new one, to me, just flows better as an album. The first 4 songs are brilliant, but I LOVE the jazzy/proggy fe
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3 months ago
joe
Yes... but I'm an avowed DT fanboy. "A Change of Seasons" was supposed to be on Images & Words, so, that alone should get you going... Some highlights post Awake (which is my favorite still) (in chrono order): 1. A Change of Seasons 2. Peruvian SKies 3. Trial of Tears 4. Home 5. Blind Faith 6. Disappear 7. Endless Sacrifice 8. These Walls 9. I Walk Beside You 10. F
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3 months ago
joe
Korean, actually
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3 months ago
joe
Only on my first listen, but this is going to be hard to beat as my album of the year... it feels like the songs are better composed this time around (I loved Karma, but it felt rushed in places). Has more in common with Kip's last few solo records, which I also loved. Sounds like a million bucks, too. Very strong release!
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3 months ago
joe
Mine goes into an extended jam for another 3 minutes or so. The song clocks in at 11:48
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3 months ago
joe
QuoteWhat am I listening for? The voices in Can Man's head.
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3 months ago
joe
Best track of the ones released so far. Holy!
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4 months ago
joe
Here Ends All Talent
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4 months ago
joe
For someone as talented as Mutt, he sure is stuck in one mode only. Yawn.
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4 months ago
joe
I've seen them also -- KISS was a snore. Don't need or desire to see that "show" ever again. On the other hand, seeing the Leps live made me buy tickets for their next couple of shows two states away that weekend.
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4 months ago
joe
It's the perfect arrangement for those of us not interested in seeing KISS.
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4 months ago
joe
Hopefully KISS closes the night so I can leave after Lep's set and beat the traffic out of the lot.
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4 months ago
joe
Sounds like "Set Me Free." Good song, but not as strong as Karma. Still looking forward to the album.
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4 months ago
joe
Dum Dum Girls has more a Bangles sound if you're looking for more modern pop. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPkfyjk0sqU
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5 months ago
joe
The problem is not (always) necessarily cheesiness but a lack of originality. "Under the gun/on the run" is my usual punching bag (REO, Jovi, Danger Danger, Aldo Nova..." But other lazy rhymes are just as grating.
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5 months ago
joe
Completely in agreement there. Hell, for a while there, the radio station I used to listen to back then had no qualms about sandwiching "Smells Like Teen Spirit" between Firehouse and Steelheart.
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5 months ago
joe
It was such a horrible look that most hair bands traded in their Pantene for flannel shirts. Ever look at a copy of Metal Edge circa 1993-94?
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5 months ago
joe
Yeah, that lineup of artists isn't much better than your typical Cleopatra "tribute".
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5 months ago
joe
Still a better album than 95% of what passes for "AOR" these days.
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