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garyt
Just got the new Dirty Thrills album they released. I would like to see more of this type of stuff from them...newer, up and coming bands that write their own stuff. It's a pretty good record in the vein of Red Sky Mary, Greta Van Fleet and the like. Definately does not fit the formula that they use way too much.
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Yesterday
garyt
Three Lock Box VOA Standing Hampton Danger Zone S/T (Red album) Everything else is just meh for me. I would also throw in HSAS even though it's not a solo album.
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Yesterday
garyt
Peter M. Bietenholz Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I agree that it's not better or worse than most > other bands that get a lot more love on this > board. > > I just find the diminishing quality of never > bands/artists really frightening. Just listen to > most of new stuff featured the in news feed. That > new clip on the front
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3 days ago
garyt
I'd second the Black n' Blue stuff. The Majestic reissues don't cut it.
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3 days ago
garyt
Sammy no question. DLR had one great album with Eat 'Em and Smile while Sammy had several including Standing Hampton, Three Lock Box and VOA. I much prefer DLR era Van Halen; but Sammy FAR surpassed him as a solo performer.
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3 days ago
garyt
I would add Greenway- Serious Business Keel- The Final Frontier Axe- 1st two albums
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4 days ago
garyt
Fire Down Under is cool, but already have the Metal Blade version. No interest in the others.
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5 days ago
garyt
Survivor were huge for a time in the 80s too. Seems like they had a video for half the songs on Vital Signs and When Seconds Count playing on MTV constantly. Throw in soundtrack songs for the Rocky movies and you have a band that were very popular, even if it was only briefly. Same with .38 Special...lots of radio/video play and tours in the late 70s through the 80s. Funny how these things
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5 days ago
garyt
kidego71 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Not taking it serious at all actually. I could > care less what people listen to. I like A LOT of > stuff other people dont. Thats life. Who cares. > What I was pointing out is stating falsehoods like > "bad production". It isnt..so why not just say "I > dont like it"? > &g
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5 days ago
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Lynchomaniac Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > garyt Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > I thought it sounded a lot like what Purple has > > been doing the last 2-3 albums. Joey's vocal > > delivery was Ian Gillan all the way on this > one. > > > I can to some degree with a bit o
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5 days ago
garyt
I thought it sounded a lot like what Purple has been doing the last 2-3 albums. Joey's vocal delivery was Ian Gillan all the way on this one.
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5 days ago
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Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Ummm..lots of people stay together for the sake of > their children (at least til they're of age). Not > a fair comparison...this is only a band,ffs. Not > one I ever gave an eff about,mind you. But still.. > T I guess my point is, if they aren't happy they shouldn't be obligated to stay together j
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6 days ago
garyt
RAMSAY Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Ace show. Big Tasty rules. Yeah, he's funny as hell but his taste in hockey teams (Flyers) sucks.
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6 days ago
garyt
Just because they can't get along with each other, doesn't mean they don't care about their fans. Would you stay in an unhappy marriage to make other people happy?
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6 days ago
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marco17 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I agree, heavy DP and I get some Thin Lizzy vibes > too. Norum seems to be sticking to a pretty > stable formula these days, at least with regards > to his role in Europe. One of the few reviews > I've seen said this is much more of a > keyboard=Hammond centered album, so possibly the > guitars
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6 days ago
garyt
One of the very few shows I try to catch each week.
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6 days ago
garyt
Full-on Deep Purple mode. I like it, but what the hell has happened to Norum's playing? No fire or inspiration at all.
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6 days ago
garyt
Agree on Sambora's last album. It had two songs I liked from what I remember. I don't have much faith in anything new he would do in Bon Jovi either...haven't liked their stuff since New Jersey. I was really hoping an album with Orianthi would be much better than what I've heard. Two great guitarists in a wasted effort imo.
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6 days ago
garyt
Don't know where you guys are from, but NEH Records has it for $14.99 + $3.00 shipping in the U.S. If you're outside the U.S. the shipping is much more expensive unfortunately.
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7 days ago
garyt
Can't wait for the inevitable reunion a couple of years from now, and the break-up that will surely follow lol.
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7 days ago
garyt
I like it. Very cool track.
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8 days ago
garyt
Walk In The Shadows Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'm thinking Sarah Stallone IS Hot Sauce. Or one of his disciples lol.
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8 days ago
garyt
Got a few of the Kamchatka albums which I like a lot. Checked out Plankton who are pretty good, but I don't have a lot of time for instrumental stuff.
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8 days ago
garyt
That was kind of my point...they shouldn"t have an in house producer who makes every band sound the same. Don't know where you get your information on big name producers coming cheap, but I doubt it's true even in this market.
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9 days ago
garyt
Don't know why people have a problem with Ale. All producers and songwriters have their own signature style. The problem should be with Frontiers itself who don't seem to want to diversify. Why can't they use different producers and let bands write for and be themselves? The whole operation seems to be doing things on the cheap most of the time.
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9 days ago
garyt
I second Harem Scarem. Average at best. I would also throw in H.E.A.T., Reckless Love and Eclipse.
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9 days ago
garyt
I like it. Thank God they aren't content with pumping out third-rate rehashes of stuff they did 30 years ago. I place them in the same category as Deep Purple...changing their sound just enough to still be making good, relevant music after all these years.
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9 days ago
garyt
Noticed the original lead guitar player, Randy Gould, wasn't involved. He was pretty good on those earlier albums.
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9 days ago
garyt
Riot- Fire Down Under is one of the most underrated metal albums of all time. They should have been much bigger than the cult act they became. Fastway- started out with a bang with the first two records then decided to go in a more keyboard oriented direction. Once Dave King left and they brought in Lea Hart it was all over. Baton Rouge- two great albums, then nothing. Axe- the equal in
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12 days ago
garyt
That is the definition of average. I find it hard to believe guys with their pedigree can't come up with something much better than this.
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