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17 days ago
thinny
Silly me... ;)
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17 days ago
thinny
I can't believe how some people in here can not accept that people are allowed a difference in opinion. I love Richie Kotzen solo and I love Mr. Big but The Winery Dogs do absolutely nothing for me. I enjoy The Dead Daisies much more. This is not wrong, It's my opinion. I am allowed it. While I agree that the new DD album doesn't compare to those classic albums (and I thought the last D
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21 days ago
thinny
I think it's an age thing...the kids will all know the Drake song, I'm sure. The singles charts is not for oldies like us! ;)
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23 days ago
thinny
I've been saying this since I saw the first footage of the US tour months ago, but they seemed to have somehow kept it pretty quiet. Yes if you are a certain type of pop act then Lip Syncing isn't a big issue to me. It's all about the spectacle and you probably can't hear the vocals over the screaming girlies anyways. It's entertainment for children to me. As a rock band, then playing live
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26 days ago
thinny
No, he made no mention of it being their last UK show at Ramblin Man
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28 days ago
thinny
Can't find anything on eBay either... The sections slagging off VH were leaked on the internet years ago, they were certainly an interesting read. It was toned down a fair amount for the 'Red' book...
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29 days ago
thinny
They used to play Ready Or Not quite a lot too
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4 weeks ago
thinny
I think what he means is that it was the first single coming out after The Final Countdown period...but yes, I thought the same thing on first read...
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4 weeks ago
thinny
Pip is probably their best album in my opinion, closely followed by Wings and then Last Look at Eden. TFC and OOTW would be towards the bottom of my list I'm afraid. Europe tend to get a lot of stick and TFC has made them an easy band to slag off but their back cataloge is actually incredibly diverse for a band of their kind. Even though they are seeing something of a mini resurgence, they
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4 weeks ago
thinny
Agree on Wings. I would definitely include Stormwind and probably Scream Of Anger too
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4 weeks ago
thinny
I know I'm in the minority on this forum, but I much prefer the recent stuff. They have matured nicely into a proper classic rock band. I couldn't bear it if they were still doing parpy keyboard based stuff!
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4 weeks ago
thinny
They were around after 1985...here's a Thunder one from 1990 (Dirty Love)
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4 weeks ago
thinny
Good List...I would put "Yesterday's News" in there, really underrated track!
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5 weeks ago
thinny
I actually prefer this to the first. It has a bit of an Alter Bridge feel in places.
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6 weeks ago
thinny
True, but everything he put his body through in the 70's could well have done some lasting damage....
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7 weeks ago
thinny
If you wait until after the release there will be loads of sellers on eBay that will ship them internationally....
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2 months ago
thinny
Got 4th row on the floor in Leeds for £60 + fees...no mention of this "Hot Ticket" anywhere...??
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2 months ago
thinny
1.Van Halen 2.5150 3.For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge 4.Balance 5.Van Halen II 6.1984 7.OU812 8.Women & Children First 9.Fair Warning 10.Van Halen III 11.A Different Kind of Truth 12.Diver Down
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3 months ago
thinny
It was also released on a CD Single released in the USA in 1989 featuring Run To You, Diana and Into The Fire (Live). http://www.amazon.com/Run-You-Diana-Into-Fire/dp/B00000DDRF But this is also very hard to find unfortunately...
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4 months ago
thinny
Anyone that thinks you've got the full/true story from a press release from either Brian and/or AC/DC, that goes through various managers/lawyers/attorneys etc multiple times before we get to see it is deluded. There is guaranteed to be a lot more to this behind the scenes, most of which joe public will never know...
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4 months ago
thinny
Agreed...seen them with Augeri, Arnel and Soto and the band were most animated when Jeff was in the band! I always thought he injected them with a new lease of life and brought out the best in all of them, but it wasn't meant to be I guess....
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5 months ago
thinny
If you think that you will get the truth from any kind of statement from either party, you are sadly mistaken....
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5 months ago
thinny
Yup, exactly right. His vocals were a lot rawer back in the 1990s, but to keep singing like that will wreck your vocal chords, especially as you get older. He still gives it his all, but in a more controlled way. A show still takes it's toll on him though and the next morning he sounds like he's been chewing on razor blades, but it's always been that way. He warms up and does his vocal exercises
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5 months ago
thinny
Of course, everyone's voice changes as they get older, but Danny's is still in fine shape. He still has the same range, just not the same energy!
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5 months ago
thinny
There aren't many singers that can still hit the same notes and sing songs in the same key in their 50's, as they did in their 20's. Glenn Hughes is an exception to the rule, along with Danny Bowes, but they are in the minority....It's just called getting older..
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5 months ago
thinny
Yeah, they did a anniversary tour in Europe for Wings Of Tomorrow a couple of years ago, so this really isn't such a huge surprise. You can't blame them for wanting to move on at the same time though!
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6 months ago
thinny
Yeah, they also had a private plane flying them around the UK on their tour last year! Serious money behind them....
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7 months ago
thinny
It's definitely a step up. The whole is sonically and musically much bigger than the first.
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8 months ago
thinny
You can buy the CD here: http://colourofnoise.tmstor.es/cart/product.php?id=26670&cur=GBP Also, check them out on the road with Toseland next March!!
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9 months ago
thinny
Personally I really like Vivian's voice. I can't stand Phil's. It always sounds like he's trying too hard...
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