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Figge
Yeah, sorry. Not the reaction you were hoping for, Andrew? LOL You seem to be aware of it not being for everyone here though. ;-) Glad to see some people seems to enjoy the track. I'm sure there are quite a few that will buy it. I didn't like it, mostly due to the vocals (voice and accent) and the overall "melody". The song initself didn't grab me much either, to be honest. /
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2 days ago
Figge
I thought it was awful, to be honest, and (I'm glad) I have no idea what it was. // Figge
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3 days ago
Figge
The list is interesting only because it's Joey himself that's chosen the songs. "Days of Rock 'n' Roll" would probably be on my top 10 Europe songs, right now, but that is the only one on his list I'd include (well, perhaps the original version of Open Your Heart). I saw them live on Skogsröjet Festival last summer and it was a great show, excellent performances from all guys involv
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3 days ago
Figge
Some good ones mentioned, no doubt. I actually like Shadow King too, although I was mildly impressed when I first heard it. // Figge
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3 days ago
Figge
Sorry to hear, Andrew. :-( // Figge
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3 days ago
Figge
Cool....thanks for posting. Nice to see "Days Of Roch'N'Roll up there on the list. Love that song! // Figge
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4 days ago
Figge
Can't see the reason for writing lyrics no one understands or knows what the hell they're about. Strange indeed. // Figge
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4 days ago
Figge
Not sure to be honest, but one of the absolute first must've been "Waterloo" with ABBA. I remeber my mom and dad had a tape with it in the car when I was really, really young. The first real rock song I heard was KISS "I Want You". My brother bought (or dad payed and he chose) Rock And Roll Over around 77-78....and I thought it sounded so cool with the calm intro turning in
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6 days ago
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I've never gotten into BÖC either. They do have some excellent songs here and there....but those are really spread out and there's not one single album I like as a whole. I'd say their best album is "Fire of Unknown Origin" due to a few more highlights than on their other albums. // Figge
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6 days ago
Figge
That is one of the things that kept me from investing their albums further back in the day, Don. The weirdness!
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8 days ago
Figge
I was about to write the exact same thing, TOUCH. :-D Where are you from, beetle? US? UK? That's the beauty of a place like this. I heard Starz for the first time less than 10 years ago myself(just like 38 Special). I had definitely heard of them though, just never gotten around to listen to them. // Figge
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8 days ago
Figge
I've listened to the album once, start to finish, and I must say I quite liked it. Agree that it's very one paced and monotone (as always) but it's a much more interesting album than the last 3-4 before it. Not sure how much I'll spin this one but I'll definitely give it a couple of more chances and hope it will grow on me a little more. There are elements on Sacred Ground that's been missing
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8 days ago
Figge
I totally agree with bob here. When you change the song that much I question the reasons for doing a cover in the first place. Completely ruined a classic song, IMHO. // Figge
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9 days ago
Figge
Fantastic! He's doing a great job with these carpools. Love it! // Figge
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9 days ago
Figge
Only halfway through my first listen....but I can safely say that this is the best I've heard from Darren since, at least Calm Before The Storm. The drums, added guitars and a little more kick to some of the songs makes for a much more interesting listen. I really liked I'll Hear You Pray and the best yet is Days Of Summer. Now I'm on On My Own.... // Figge
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15 days ago
Figge
How dare? Where the hell did that come from? Have I ever said that people shouldn't dare to express their opinions? Why shouldn't I be allowed to think some of the comments regarding the song is harsh? That would be my personal, honest and objective opinion....so, please, f**k off with your wiseguy attitude. I just didn't think comments like... ..if the majority is like this, Ill gladly pas
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16 days ago
Figge
It's the same with these things as with everything else. There are good/excellent remasters and there are just as many horrible, where the original is totally ruined in the mastering process. When it comes to re-recordings, I just can't see the point - apart from those done to reclaim ownership of the songs (legal reasons). Can't think of one album where the re-recorded versions is an improvem
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16 days ago
Figge
Wow, harsh comments here. I liked the song. Sure, nothing spectacular but better than most I've heard this year, so far. Reminds me of Edguy, here and there. Nice one, Paul! // Figge
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21 days ago
Figge
I like what I'm hearing and like some others here I liked the Native Window album too. Looking forward to hearing more. // Figge
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21 days ago
Figge
Just kidding. of course, Terry....and seriously, I don't know how I would feel about the album had I heard it for the first time today but I'm having huge memories attached to that music and I love it still today. There's just something about the sound, mood and atmosphere of the whole album. Here you go, some examples of the brilliance.... Dare - Heartbreaker Dare - Abandon Dare - No
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21 days ago
Figge
"I'll try to get to it soon,figge. Please don't sue me.." Someone should! // Figge
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21 days ago
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Darren Wharton was the keyboard player on Thin Lizzy's last two albums. I just can't believe you've managed to avoid the Dare debut all these years. Especially after all the talk here and all the recommendations and praise given to said album....and you haven't even scoped it out on YouTube? // Figge
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21 days ago
Figge
Ricky Warwick (The Almighty). // Figge
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21 days ago
Figge
Well, you're not talking about a genre here, rocknut. At least not in my opinion. I can't see how you would lump in Decyfer Down, Splendid, Ra with Dexter Freebish and July For Kings in that case. Apart from them being newer pop/rock/metal....call it what you want....they don't have very much in common. For me, personally, I thought the whole "NU scene" was fresh and pretty cool f
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22 days ago
Figge
....what are your thoughts on Zlatan and Mourinho to your beloved club? :-D // Figge
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23 days ago
Figge
....Huh??? What the hell happened? I must've fallen asleep. What time is it? ;-) // Figge
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23 days ago
Figge
Listening right now. I think it sounds.......
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24 days ago
Figge
"Gotta go with RN on this one. VERY bland to these ears" Agree! // Figge
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24 days ago
Figge
Can't see the need for a remaster either. // Figge
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25 days ago
Figge
Thanks, Tony. I don't think I've heard Lords of Black (at least not to my memory). Will look 'em up. // Figge
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