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9 days ago
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"Which bands of today do you think are carrying the torch for this type of melodic rock?" What bill? // Figge
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14 days ago
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I've read numerous times that Vincent Cusano, Robben Ford, Steve Farris and Adam Mitchell did the guitar parts on "Creatures" (and Paul Stanley). I also read somewhere that Mike Porcaro played on the album. Don't know which song or which parts he did though. // Figge
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15 days ago
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Ok, thanks Sean (+ROCKDOG)! I heard the album for the first time yesterday (Spotify) and there were some really good songs on it. I'll definitely give it a few more rounds. // Figge
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16 days ago
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Here's a question for you Squier fans.... Has The Tale Of The Tape ever been released on CD? // Figge
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16 days ago
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WOW!!! That was horrible. Hated just about everything about the song, production and vocals. A little surprised, to be honest. // Figge
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17 days ago
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Great cover, as everything else I've seen by Masse....and a nice looking girl too. :-) // Figge
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17 days ago
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One more vote for Jorn's Unlocking The Past here. Great song choices, done very well. Excellent stuff! // Figge
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20 days ago
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Not very impressed with the live clip you posted, Carl. Good performance but it didn't really grab me. I checked out some of the other album tracks on youtube also . . . and I found them interesting enough to go up on Spotify and investigate the albums further. Listening right now and I love it. Excellent stuff indeed! Thanks for the heads up, buddy. // Figge
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29 days ago
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Great album and I agree that it's his best release. I really like "Working..." and "Success.." too though. // Figge
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4 weeks ago
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"Back Where I Belong" is OK with some great songs and quite a few I don't care so much for anymore. "A Place To Call Home" is brilliant though. The other two Tempest albums wasn't - totally agree. // Figge
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4 weeks ago
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Scary! Glad you are OK and that everything went well. Take care! // Figge
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5 weeks ago
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Yeah, I agree . . .you're absolutely right, Terry. Extremely annoying element in the modern music industry. But, as I've said previously, some people seem to love these overcompressed loudness productions. Really puzzling, as I personally think it ruins a lot of the experience of music listening through a decent system. // Figge
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5 weeks ago
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"JLT's still got the pipes n should tour this sorta stuff rather than the tired old Rainbow covers" Well . . . that was a "tired old Rainbow cover"!? :-) // Figge
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5 weeks ago
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I really like it! I think it's their best and most diverse album to date. Sure, on the 15 tracks long deluxe version there are a couple of fillers, but overall I think this one is a little more mature and less of the "tough broad" approach. As stated, Lzzy sounds a lot like Pink on some songs and the style suits her....and I love Pink. // Figge
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5 weeks ago
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"Strange thing about the production is it sounds fine on my home system, but in my vehicle the bass is over the top. Even when turning the sub bass knob all the way down. Sucks man" It's the total way around for me. It sounds OK in my headphones and on the computer speakers but when I play the album on my HIFI system and push the volume the slightest it gets almost unbearable. Soun
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5 weeks ago
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I'm extremely positively surprised, to be honest. It's way better than my old one. I tried the regular Debut first and thought that one sounded good but then went up a notch to the Debut Carbon Esprit and the improvement was worth the money, IMHO. Recommended! // Figge
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5 weeks ago
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This was my investment on "Record Store Day"..... A Pro-Ject Debut Carbon Esprit. You can see what album I played first. :-) I also ordered five Thin Lizzy re-releases and Rainbow's Rising, on vinyl. Hope to have them here tomorrow. // Figge
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5 weeks ago
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"Ohhh dear me, killed me listening to them. Those make Pineda sound like an absolute god" Exactly my thought! // Figge
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5 weeks ago
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I use Chrome, for the moment. *Edit* I just checked and everything is as it should with Explorer. The videos are corrrect with that browswer. // Figge
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5 weeks ago
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Same thing for me as for Al. Xtasy has the Trixter video and Kiske/Sommerville has Heaven and Hell. // Figge
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6 weeks ago
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Bring it out again, Steve....you should remember a song like this. ;-) Rage - Heartbreaker Patiscat: I actually think they got better with each release. Nice 'N'n Dirty certainly have some great songs on it, but Run For The Night is by far my favourite with Rage (much due to the fantastic A-side of course). // Figge
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6 weeks ago
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YES!!! I just saw that a couple of hours ago at NEH. Wonderful news. Cetainly about time. // Figge
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6 weeks ago
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The most recent ones would be..... Shinedown - Call Me GPS - Written On The Wind Gotthard - Falling Spock's Beard - Down A Burning Road A couple of classics.... Y&T - Winds Of Change Twisted Sister - The Price Whitesnake - Here I Go Again Magnum - When The World Comes Down Judas Priest - Before The Dawn // Figge
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7 weeks ago
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Definitely the debut with Lee Roth. Balance is my favourite with Hagar, very much due to the first three songs. // Figge
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7 weeks ago
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"According to the RIAA, these are the best-selling albums in American history" I would be very intrested in such a list from around the world. I don't even know if there's anywhere you could find that information. It would also be cool to see listings of record sales in different genres (seperately). // Figge
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7 weeks ago
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It's definitely a step towards modern mainstream radio and I certainly get the Pink comparison. It really does sound like Pink on a lot of songs, not just the songs....Lzzy tries her best to sound like Pink vocalwise too. I get a huge Lady Gaga vibe from Bad Girls too. :-O I agree with Andrew also about it being more produced and calculated. With that said, I do like some of the songs an
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8 weeks ago
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"Nothing wrong with that TV performance" Well, that's your opinion. Mine is that I couldn't find anything right about DLR in that TV performance. "I'm just bored sick of anytime there's VH thread, ditto DLR or Hagar…it always turns into the tired old DLR Vs Hagar crap..who's better, who's worse" Personally I haven't mentioned Hagar and I don't care about the c
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8 weeks ago
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"Finally a man who tells the truth......Thank You" Naturally, I agree (as already stated). I don't get the "stick your head in the sand" approach, at all. // Figge
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8 weeks ago
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I for one, wouldn't be interested in someone else's review(s). I'm here for Andrew's views and thoughts. Otherwise I could visit other sites or just discuss the album right here. Andrew isn't the know it all and voice for everyone, but I've come to appreciate his personal thoughts and his style of reviews. Also, I've got a pretty good idea of his musical tastes and his preferences which is a g
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8 weeks ago
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As a song, I definitely think Eye Of The Tiger is better. Jamison is a better vocalist though and I like both songs. Eye Of The Tiger is such a classic but suffers from extreme overplaying. Heard to death....but no denying it's a fantastic song. // Figge
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