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2 days ago
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Nope, sorry....those pie-lyrics was no major improvement on the song. // Figge
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2 days ago
Figge
"They released it as a single in 1975" Ok....thanks, Tony. "Figge, has Jukebox Joan ever written a good song?" I never said I thought Joan wrote the song....just didn't know it was recorded earlier. I didn't even say I Love Rock'n'Roll is a good song. // Figge
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2 days ago
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"Terry, the original version of IIRNR was written and recorded by The Arrows. The singer was male" I had no idea either. When was that one recorded? What album? // Figge
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6 days ago
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Loved "Gotta Love The Ride" but this song is pretty average, in my ears. // Figge
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8 days ago
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I play Knights now and then, for nostalgic kicks. It was the first album I bought with TNT and I played the hell out of that vinyl. While I agree that "Seven Seas" is one of their best songs ever, in all honesty, the rest of the album is nowhere near the quality of that song and the album overall is nowhere near the following two albums, in terms of song writing or production. My fav
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11 days ago
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Metal Rendez-Vous is their best album, by far....in my opinion. I even like The Blitz better than Headhunter but it'll be interesting to hear if there's any improvement on the Rock Candy version nevertheless. // Figge
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12 days ago
Figge
Good song! I've listened to it three times now and it sparked my interest enough to investigate the album on Spotify. Listening right now. // Figge
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12 days ago
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Agree! Their best since "Crimson Thunder", IMO. // Figge
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13 days ago
Figge
WOW! I really liked that one. Promising. // Figge
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16 days ago
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Yep....that I agree with. Never considered Triumph to be AOR either. // Figge
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17 days ago
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There are a lof of bands I'd rate over some of the bands included, but it wasn't a question about which you prefer....just to rate those actually included. Personally, I'd rate Triumph over Aldo Nova, 38 Special, and Starship too, though // Figge
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19 days ago
Figge
Personally, I would've put Thin Lizzy on top of the list....but that's me. ;-) // Figge
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19 days ago
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So, a quick count gave this result... Journey - 9 votes as #1 (Toto second with 5 votes) Kansas - 6 votes as #10 (Triumph closest rival for the last spot with 5 votes) :-) // Figge
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19 days ago
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I guess it would be something like this, today. It would've looked very different 10 years ago. It felt easier to start at the bottom... 1. Judas Priest 2. Van Halen 3. KISS 4. Scorpions 5. Black Sabbath (Dio) 6. Deep Purple 7. Saxon 8. UFO 9. Rush 10. Bad Company 11. Blue Oyster Cult 12. Alice Cooper 13. Aerosmith 14. Cheap Trick 15. Led Zeppelin // Figge
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20 days ago
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You see, I find that impossible to do, as it would be a totally different list depending on if I were to rate them according to.... * THE best album * The absolute BEST songs * MOST good/great songs (example: one band has 10 great songs, but none of them better than the other band's best song) * MOST good/great albums (One band might have one fantatic album and not much more....how wo
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21 days ago
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Wow....that single was a real disappointment. Wasn't expecting this at all. I would've loved to hear something more in the vein of "Scream", the first single off his last album Devil's Playground. Now that was a good song. // Figge
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21 days ago
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Oh my god...that was terrible! // Figge
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24 days ago
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Now I've listened to the samples a few more times...and my first impression might've been too optimistic. Turns out there's just a couple of tracks that sound interesting enough to me to justify my initial positivity. Still, there's some cool stuff on there and I'm still hoping it'll be a good one. Samples can fool you....in both directions. :-) // Figge
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25 days ago
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1. Magnum - Escape From The Shadow Garden 2. H.E.A.T - Tearing Down The Walls 3. Gotthard - Bang (Really hard to choose between Seven, Night Ranger and Gotthard, for the third place) // Figge
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26 days ago
Figge
A-HAAA! I figured Hot Sauce might/must know something no one else knew, the way he went on and on about Hoekstra even though it was being denied. Cool choice, if it is true (haven't checked the site myself yet), even though I was hoping he'd continue in Night Ranger. I feel Whitesnake is a dead end, nowadays. Congratulations, Mr. Sauce. ;-) // Figge
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26 days ago
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Here's a link to a new Hammerfall video to the album opener "Hector's Hymn": http://tv.aftonbladet.se/webbtv/noje/musik/article48639.ab // Figge
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26 days ago
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Well, Darren, that doesn't bother Hot Sauce. He keeps mentioning Hoekstra as the new guy, over and over and over again. Two times already in this thread. Andrew even replied to one of these posts saying "Not Joel". // Figge
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26 days ago
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I agree, it does sound good. I've never been a huge fan of St John's voice but these samples intrigues me to investigate the album. The band name and the album cover is horrible though. // Figge
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27 days ago
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I really like it, so far. Better than both "Blood of The Nations" and "Stalingrad", IMO. Great classic Accept with melodic choruses and gang choirs. I still think Mark's voice gets a little annoying in the long run though. Much like with Udo, but without the nostalgia. ;-) // Figge
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28 days ago
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Not a huge fan of the first album but it contained some excellent songs. This new songs is really different from most of their other stuff, but I must say it really does sound promising (although I'm sure the album will be very varied, so this might not be an indication on what's to come in the end anyway). Great chorus! // Figge
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29 days ago
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The "hate" is very easy to explain. Everyone seems to want more airplay and more media coverage for "our" music. It gets mentioned here time and time again....but the consequences is often just what happened to Nickelback. The bands start to adjust and we get to hear the same songs over and over and over....until you feel like vomitting if you hear those songs one more time.
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29 days ago
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Haha....I actually knew that. :-D // Figge
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29 days ago
Figge
This Could Be The Night is on LEMOI and I guess you're talking about It's Never Easy which is on Keep It Up. Sure, Wildside had a bunch of fantastic tunes (Notorious, Break It To Me Gently, Love Will Rise, Can't Get Much Better), but there's just something about this late 80's production(s) that I'm not very fond of. Some of these mechanical sounds, like on the title track, annoys me. It just
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29 days ago
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Agreed! Those three are great, but I didn't warm to Lovin' Every Minute as much...then Wildside is another good one, for sure, but they turned a little too clinical and polished with that one, for my taste...but some excellent songs, of course. Awesome band! // Figge
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29 days ago
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"Queen Of The Broken Hearts another favorite" Queen of The Broken Hearts is definitely one of their best songs, IMHO, and one of the reasons Keep It Up is my favourite album with the band. // Figge
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