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I'm sure Ale Delvecchio can turn this into a genre classic. ;-) // Figge
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3 days ago
Figge
"....but--what about Jamie and the final track?" Sure, those two final tracks are OK but I can't say I love them (yet). "Maybe a bit more time will reveal better things..." I certainly hope so. :-) // Figge
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4 days ago
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I'm struggling with it and there are some songs I really dislike that I've given up on already. Somewhere In California is really good, High Road wasn't as good but still pretty enjoyable, Don't Let Up is yet another step backwards and easily my least favourite of the three (so far). Somehow Someway is a good songs, I quite like the title track and Comfort Me (apart from the Come On, Come On i
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4 days ago
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Good luck, Troy. You'll be back soon. // Figge
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5 days ago
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That is one of my faves too, drowningdeep. Excellent track! Other early favourites include Last Forever and Heart Of The Matter. Been playing the album nonstop this weekend and I love almost every single track. Indelible Heroes, which was one of the previewed tracks, is the one of struggling with the most. This is, without doubt, my favourite Brother Firetribe album. // Figge
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5 days ago
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"I do like those (maybe not LIL as much) you mentioned but apparently I came on huge about them back when?" You sure did. LOL "I take it you don't dig them much then?" Doesn't matter what I think of them in this matter. I do however think those are OK albums all three. Nothing spectacular and I wouldn't call them essential, but worth checking out. :-) // Figge
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5 days ago
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"But how many other times have I taken back what I've crowed about here? Not many,if ANY other time" I don't need to be that guy who are right all the time....but, Resurrection Kings, Inglorious, Last In Line, to name a few. ;-) "But I'd never hold it quite so high in esteem as you apparently do,bro" No, apparantly not, but that's cool. My main point was just that....
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5 days ago
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"I love The Big Prize and the debut was pretty cool-great stuff! But this new material sounds totally comparable to me" It doesn't, to me. Not in any way. Production, playing/singing, songwriting etc. Nothing is as good as on The Big Prize. Understandable, of course....but should be seen accordingly. You're entitled to your opinion though, Terry. In my ears, these songs barely compar
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5 days ago
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"This new material is on par with The Big Prize easily" What!?!? I hope you'll come to your senses later on as you've done a couple of times before. ;-) // Figge
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6 days ago
Figge
Listening right now...fourth or fifth spin now and I think it's f-ing brilliant! The best album I've heard so far this year and I believe it's the Tribe's best effort also. I prefer this over Eclipse, One Desire, HOL and Night Ranger. Love it! // Figge
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6 days ago
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Pretty weak effort, but I really like "Never Was A Forever". Easily the best track on the disc, IMO. The rest is nothing special, I'm afraid. // Figge
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6 days ago
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"Is it me or is the production on this and the Eclipse album shite though? Spotify have it on really low and both albums sound muddy in places" No, I guess It's you then...or your sound system. The BF album sounds fine, to me. :-) // Figge
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7 days ago
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There are some great songs on the album, for sure, but overall, it left me feeling slightly disappointed. There were quite a few choruses I just didn't feel and the best songs on the disc were the already released (pre-viewed). I like the sound better on this album than on High Road but after one spin I'm just not sure what to think about some of the songs. Will have to get back to this after
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7 days ago
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Totally agree. With one listen through, I must say it sounds excellent. Some very promising songs on the album. The only thing that struck me as somewhat negative was the lack of faster and more rocking tracks but apart from that, it's all class! Might just be their best album so far, IMO. // Figge
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9 days ago
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Lynchomaniac Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > For once we are on a collision course Figge, I > could never see the greatness in FTS - apart from > the title track, El Salvador and Broken Heart > (which is even better on MA) I really don't rate > the songs much at all. In fact I rate all the > other 3 from the golden era higher than that one
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9 days ago
Figge
Thin Lizzy (Phil Lynott) Y&T (Original) // Figge
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10 days ago
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I still think Stryper and the Holy Soldier debut are the best examples of Christan Hard Rock/Metal. No competition! I hadn't heard Guardian since late 80s and took a listen. Found them average, at best. I've listened to WhiteCross, Petra, Mass, Bloodgood, Barren Cross (actually own Rock For The King on vinyl - horrible). I tried both bands you recommended, rocknut. None of the above is anyw
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10 days ago
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Yes, Mick. I prefer Fight To Survive. I still think it's their best album, songwise.:-) // Figge
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11 days ago
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I agree on these: Hardline Tesla Van Halen Unruly Child Boston King Kobra Skid Row Some more: Vandenberg John Waite Dio Savage W.A.S.P. Great White White Lion Dare Pink Cream 69 Bloodbound Dream Evil Lost Horizon Dan Reed Network Halford // Figge
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11 days ago
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Well, to be perfectly honest, W.I.T.S. I haven't listened to those albums in a long time but the one I've returned to the most is the debut....and I'm not sure how I'd rate them against each other nowadays. I did however love Swagger when it came out and I remember that I considered it their best album back then. I might be of a different opinion today. Who knows. :) // Figge
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11 days ago
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I like Taking On The World better than Gallus too...but I consider Swagger their best. :-) // Figge
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12 days ago
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If I had to choose between those two, I'd take Eclipse anyday. // Figge
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12 days ago
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Maybe I'll give it another go later on to see if something click with me. :-) // Figge
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12 days ago
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Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ..............I do like Eclipse although I don't > rate them as highly as some and it's the lack of > light and shade that makes their albums simply a > quick fix with no longevity. I can enjoy them for > a week or two at first then they are relegated to > the shelf and may be brought out once a year.
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12 days ago
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I hade never heard this album before...now I've just finished the first listen through. It amazes me that this is considered better than Stryper, to be honest. Not much I liked about it and all Stryper albums are miles ahead of this stuff. In my humble opinion (as always). I actually prefer Holy Soldier too. By the way, you referred to Ratt in your initial post, Paul....they sure did the
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15 days ago
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rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > There's some truth in that. But, if you can't > trust the opinions of a fan of the same kind of > music as yourself...then who do you trust for > recommendations? > > I've hated albums that Geoff Barton has orgasms > over. It has nothing to do with journalistic > background and everything t
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15 days ago
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"I find it funny how people get pissed off or upset by someone's review or opinion on an album" I haven't seen anyone being pissed off or upset over the review here? "I enjoy reading review and don't alway agree one way of the other but I always make up my own mind" That is pretty much what bmg is saying. He's listening to the album in spite of the unfavourable review
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16 days ago
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Of course!!!! That's it! Thank you, Adolfo. It was driving me insane. // Figge
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16 days ago
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Hey, I just listened to Waysted "Vices" and the first song (Love Loaded) has a part I recognize way too well but just can not place it. What the hell is it? Anyone else hear another song in there? The bridge, at 0:50..... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wbwZvdokxLk // Figge
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