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2 days ago
Figge
Love that King Kobra debut. Still play it from time to time. A genre classic, in my eyes. "Megaforce" is also pretty cool. // Figge
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4 days ago
Figge
No, I don't miss them...due to those two last albums being really weak. The first one was a promising debut and the second, Wig Wamania, were brilliant. // Figge
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4 days ago
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Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > As usual-- REAL subjective stuff,gary. IMO Deep > Purple haven't done much of anything great since > Purpendiculer--or before. Long before. Can't dig > them much anymore and I just don't get the > affection--sorry. T Now, apply your own post above to this, Terry...and perhaps you'll realize how sil
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5 days ago
Figge
It's on Spotify. That's where I've been listening to it, Robert. // Figge
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5 days ago
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RAMSAY Wrote: > > I actually keep thinking that the band made a > mistake by hiring someone who sounds tonally close > to Lee, although not as good. His voice is > undeniably similar but doesn't quite hit the spot > in the same way, making the resultant music kind > of feel like Diet Gotthard. I wonder if they > would have been better with someone who sounds &g
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5 days ago
Figge
I have heard it....once. This is probably an album that needs some plays to sink in, but first impressions is that it's an OK/Good album with many "almost" songs. Quite not there but with potential. The choruses are pretty weak for the most part and no matter what some people say, Maeder sin nowhere near the vocalist Steve Lee was. He's definitely one of the reasons this album doesn't r
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7 days ago
Figge
Nope, that is terrible. Nowhere near songs like Angel In Blue Jeans, Mermaid etc. // Figge
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10 days ago
Figge
As a matter of fact, I think Tony Visconti stepped up the production work from Johnny The Fox (John Alcock). I've always thought Bad Reputation had better dynamics, more spacious, more depth and separation. The drums and vocals sound a lot better. You might not like the slightly darker sound though, which I can undertand. The sound on Fox has always bothered me a bit. Especially on Massacre,
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10 days ago
Figge
No, it wasn't half live. It's a studio album and the guitar harmonies are intact, even though Robertson didn't participate on all songs. Fantastic album with huge faves such as Opium Trail, Dancing In The Moonlight and the title track. A better album overall, than Johnny The Fox, IMO. Their best effort is Black Rose though. One of the best (hard) rock albums of all time. // Figge
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10 days ago
Figge
"Same here. I do not like them, but until I can do it better, I'll close my mouth" Such a ridiculous approach to music/bands. // Figge
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10 days ago
Figge
http://www.heavyharmonies.com/cgi-bin/glamcd.cgi?BandNum=1059&CDName=Shock+to+the+System Figge
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11 days ago
Figge
GuitarheroAndy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The two tracks I have heard from the upcoming cd > are better than the first two albums put together > in my opinion - I bought both the other cds in a > sale at HMV. A few songs I enjoyed...most I > didn't... > Looking forward to hearing more from the new one > now... I totally agree
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12 days ago
Figge
I have a Pro-Ject Debut Carbon and it' works fantastically well. No complaints whatsoever. There are better ones out there, but this one was the most interesting for the budget I set for. I could've easily settled for the cheaper Pro-Ject model, but I had the money and I thought the sound improved enough to justify the extra cash. Recommended! // Figge
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13 days ago
Figge
I had actually never seen the original video. He's got a great voice, Corden. // Figge
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14 days ago
Figge
Can't stand iTunes, so I guess I'll just have to wait. :-/ Annoying to say the least. // Figge
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18 days ago
Figge
Thanks, buddy....then I nominate you and I don't feel stupid about it for one bit. Shitty taste but highly entertaining poster. ;-) // Figge
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19 days ago
Figge
LOL! I'm sure I do...but no one has been stupid enough to mention me as a favourite of 2016. ;-) // Figge
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19 days ago
Figge
WOW! That was a horrible song, W.I.T.S. :-O Didn't like anything about it, to be honest. That's how strange these things are. // Figge
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21 days ago
Figge
Violet Janine (aka Janine Nyman) on her Idol audition. Janine Nyman I totally agree with Carl on this, by the way. // Figge
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22 days ago
Figge
I liked Karma. Some great songs on that one. The other two (Better Days, IV), not so much. // Figge
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23 days ago
Figge
kidego71 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > To be clear, I didnt (or want) it to sound like > Stryper or Dokken, I just expected it to be better > than it was. Me too. // Figge
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23 days ago
Figge
The three standout songs I come to think of right away... Dare - Along The Heather Mecca - Let It Go Ghost - Square Hammer // Figge
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24 days ago
Figge
Understandable. I never knew Winter Wonderland was a Japan bonus track. I do own the Reason For The Season 12" though and it's on the B-side of that one. So, we've both gathered some pretty important information here, I guess. ;-) // Figge
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24 days ago
Figge
Okay, I believe you....but it wasn't on the original album and not even the re-release a few years later. I have both vinyls right here and the Reason For The Season single. :) // Figge
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24 days ago
Figge
To be honest, I was a little disappointed in One Sided War. I thought all the previews and samples I heard prior to release sounded very promising and my expectations went up....but so far, I prefer both Fallen and I'm Not Your Suicide. I have to give the new one a little more time before final judgement though. Haven't really given it the time needed (yet). // Figge
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24 days ago
Figge
Winter Wonderland wasn't on the album. It was a single B-Side (Reason For The Season). // Figge
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4 weeks ago
Figge
Love it! Great, great cover...and killer vocals as usual. // Figge
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4 weeks ago
Figge
Bland, bland bland....is what I get from those releases, Terry. In all honesty, with all your posts here, I can't see what you think is so special about Roth/Brock. Mind puzzling, to say the least...but that's the way these things work. To each his own...and all that. :-/ // Figge
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4 weeks ago
Figge
It might be that I just happen to lose touch with the genre more and more each day....but...Roth Brock Project, Tokyo Motor Fist, Place Vendome and now this one. One word: Weak! // Figge
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4 weeks ago
Figge
I actually prefer BF's version due to it being way more dynamic and beat oriented. In fact, this comparance makes it obvious why I never really connected with The Magnificent. I do however prefer Michael Eriksen's vocals. Great voice. // Figge
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