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2 days ago
garyt
UFO Foreigner Thin Lizzy Deep Purple Bruce Springsteen Rush Van Halen (w/Roth) ZZ Top AC/DC Iron Maiden Scorpions Aerosmith Journey Survivor Robert Cray Tommy Castro 38 Special Whitesnake KISS Rainbow Dio Axe Europe Great White Led Zeppelin MSG Triumph Stray Cats Dropkick Murphys Ted Nugent No particular order.
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2 days ago
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fox-roxx Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > To be fair to Jon he has never been the same since > he got food poisoning after eating some wild deer > > Bad Venison So he's no good at being Ted Nugent either lol.
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2 days ago
garyt
I think three full songs is a pretty good preview tbh. Not sue why you would need samples of the rest before buying. You pretty much know what you're gonna get.
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3 days ago
garyt
1. Last in Line 2.Holy Diver 3.Rising 4.Mob Rules 5.Dream Evil I always preferred his solo stuff over what he did with Rainbow or BS.
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3 days ago
garyt
Couldn't even get through half of it. Ham-fisted attempt at social commentary. Springsteen does this kind of stuff so much better.
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4 days ago
garyt
I was thinking that exact same thing Kauna. I like these kids though. They put a lot of energy into it, and have great taste in music.
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4 days ago
garyt
I must have a different link from anyone that thinks this is good lol.
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5 days ago
garyt
I always thought Bruce Springsteen's playing went unnoticed. His solo on Cover Me in particular. There's also some great work on the unreleased songs disc from The River boxset. He also had a ripping solo on a song from Warren Zevon's last album (can't remember the song title).
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6 days ago
garyt
Holograms are the only solution...both the band and audience. I guess Wendy Dio was on to something afterall.
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6 days ago
garyt
RIP Charlie. A true legend.
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6 days ago
garyt
Can't believe I forgot Black Mmon. Headless Cross is my favorite Sabbath album.
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6 days ago
garyt
The 88 version is lame. Way too many keyboards and the guitars are weak, with the exception of the solo which is ok.
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8 days ago
garyt
1987 version, but I wish Sykes had played the solo instead of AV.
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8 days ago
garyt
Mr. Big-Promise Her the Moon
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9 days ago
garyt
John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band from Eddie and the Cruisers
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9 days ago
garyt
Hero at the end of Ozzy's No Rest for the Wicked.
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9 days ago
garyt
This track would have been a good addition to the album. I agree on his voice...great singer, but can only take it in small doses. Tony Harnell is another that falls into that category.
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9 days ago
garyt
That's really good. Looking forward to hearing more from the album.
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10 days ago
garyt
Richie Blackmore Jimmy Page Steve Morse Robert Plant Neal Schom John Sykes Joe Lynn Turner
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11 days ago
garyt
Luca Re Garbagnati Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Let’s keep it to Petrucci solo. I don’t care a > thing about Portnoy goin back to DT. Been already > there, he’s doing much better prog with Neal > Morse and that’s enough for me. > I would love to mention the other kickass player > that is Dave LaRue. Super amazing, I would have
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11 days ago
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As much as I liked So Fired Up, I'm glad to hear them go back to this type of sound. It's a refreshing break from the by-the-numbers type of AOR that was on SFU.
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11 days ago
garyt
I like the digipacks myself. Never had any problems finding a good copy except a couple of times when the spindles holding the cd in place were broken. Sucks when it happens, but it's rare.
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12 days ago
garyt
DLR would be my pick for the original question. That whole band on EEAS and Skyscraper was perfect for Dave. Overall, Passion & Warfare. One of the best instrumental guitar albums ever. Honorable mention would go to Alcatrazz. His quirky playing made that album unique amongst the Alcatrazz. He seems to be at his best with more off-beat vocalists like Dave and Graham.
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13 days ago
garyt
Axe - first two albums Greeneay-Serious Business Harlow Loverboy-Keep it Up Victory-s/t
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14 days ago
garyt
I love Thunder and Lightning, but it's not the album I would use to introduce people to Thin Lizzy. As much as I like Sykes playing, I think the twin guitar sound they were famous for went away some on this album.
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14 days ago
garyt
I like it. Much funnier than anything Steel Panther put out.
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15 days ago
garyt
Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Surprising Gary, why do you think it's his most > unpopular album? It was the last album he did before he moved towards a more adult contemporary sound with The Hunger, which is where he started to gain his mainstream popularity. He pretty much has disavowed this album and the s/t before it since hitting it big. Si
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15 days ago
garyt
Kansas Deep Purple Tokyo Motor Fist John Sykes (yeah right) AC/DC (hopefully)
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16 days ago
garyt
Apparently some think "doing something" means admonishing others online because they don't "get it". It's funny how some of the SJWs on here think they know all about people they've never met.
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