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garyt
After reading this thread, I decided to dig this one out and give it another listen. I don't care for it any more than when it was released and it's by far my least favorite of their albums with Paul Gilbert. It sounds as rushed as Eric said it was. I agree with those who have said it sounds like a demo and the songs really don't grab me either. It's probably a case of these guys being involve
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Yesterday
garyt
The Beatles...another crap band name lol.
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garyt
Saw them with The Bongos when they played at my college back in the late 80s. Great band.
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garyt
Horrible cover art and band name.
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Yesterday
garyt
I think the songs on the Action & Romance EP were better than this.
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3 days ago
garyt
There doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason as to who gets inducted and when. It's the randomness that makes it so much fun lol!
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3 days ago
garyt
Judging by the song titles, he may have spent too much time on the set of American Horror Story lol.
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4 days ago
garyt
Even if they were to concentrate solely on Mr. Big and spend more time/money on a new album, would there really be enough of an increase in sales to justify dropping their other projects? I doubt it.
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6 days ago
garyt
Springsteen Ac/DC Michael Schenker Helloween Rolling Stones
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8 days ago
garyt
New releases L.A. Guns- The Missing Peace Deep Purple- Infinite Robert Cray & Hi-Rhythm - s/t Richie Kotzen- Salting Earth Great White- Full Circle Greta Van Fleet- From the Fires Lionheart- Second Nature Walter Trout- We're All in the Together Monster Mike Welch & Mike Leadbetter-Right Place, Right Time Little Steven- Soulfire Shelved album released after several years
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8 days ago
garyt
Shakin' then everything else lol.
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10 days ago
garyt
I would say the Poison clones that record companies signed did that. Native Tongue was ok, but I rank it low on the list of albums Kotzen played on. Weak Blues rock-lite music.
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11 days ago
garyt
Great song. Looking forward to hearing more from this.
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11 days ago
garyt
Despite Cov's problems with live vocals nowadays, I would still go. IMO, a live show is more about the vibe and the energy than the songs sounding exactly like the albums. If you want that, then why not just listen to the albums and save the cost of a ticket and travel?
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12 days ago
garyt
A shorter set would help preserve what's left of Coverdale's voice.
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12 days ago
garyt
Bruce Springsteen
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12 days ago
garyt
Good song, but the soloing sucks.
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12 days ago
garyt
He did an album called Energetic Disassembly with Watchtower who were a progressive/thrash type band, and a solo album called Illusionation. I never heard the Watchtower cd, but I did have the solo cd at one time and don't remember being that impressed with it. It was sort of a mix of bluesy hard rock and modern rock. I based my choice purely on the Don Dokken album which he was fantastic
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12 days ago
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Coverdale Billy White Mark Kendall Tony Franklin Jason Bonham Tony Carey
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12 days ago
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Love Somebody Jessie's Girl Love is Alright Tonite Motel Eyes Don't Talk to Strangers
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12 days ago
garyt
Decent song, but I hope it's not all mid-tempo like this one. The vocals aren't that bad considering the age of the singers.
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16 days ago
garyt
Revolution Saints could be considered AOR. They've been compared to Journey who have been called that in the past. Kansas have also been called AOR at times too. Of course, Kansas and Journey (among many others) fall into several different categories. Kinda makes it all meaningless after awhile.
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17 days ago
garyt
Love it. Nice to see him stretch out a bit.
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17 days ago
garyt
Coverdale, Sykes, Murray & Dunbar then Coverdale, Sykes, Galley, Murray & Powell (Slide It In US version)
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18 days ago
garyt
I don't see anything wrong with the title of that list. Those categories can each be applied to so many different types of rock music, which makes them almost meaningless imo.
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18 days ago
garyt
This is basically the same as the T&N project from a few years back, only with Robert doing all the vocals. Boy, they are really determined to do something w/o Don, aren't they lol?
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18 days ago
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rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Absolutely. Vocals are ‘poor’ and lyrically > it’s worse. What?! How could you not love songs like Piss Test, Safe Sex, Show Me Your Tits, Shut the Fuck Up, etc...? Steel Panther wish they could write like these guys lol.
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20 days ago
garyt
Yeah, Escape seem to have little/no distribution in the US. I can usually find Frontiets releases at my local store. A few Rock Candy releases too.
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20 days ago
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How is anyone pocketing "big time" at $18? It's $15 for the cd, which is a reasonable price, and $3 to ship it. If you order it from NEH, you"ll probably have it in 3-4 days. That's a pretty good deal for $3 s&h.
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20 days ago
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Diamond Head - s/t Fastway - s/t and All Fired Up Grim Reaper- See You in Hell and Fear No Evil
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