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2 days ago
MetroGnome
I like them, they often sound like Blue Oyster Cult and the guitarist is definitely influenced by Buck Dharma. Never seen them live though.
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3 days ago
MetroGnome
Billy Squier had similar hair...not much of guess but that's all I got :)
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15 days ago
MetroGnome
as a side note I remember reading comments from Steve Walsh (Kansas) that Watson got him to sing on his solo album and then never paid him. I don't know if that was ever resolved but money never seems to be far from the heart of the story.
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16 days ago
MetroGnome
OK I've listened and I'm going say that it's almost guaranteed to get a 100 score from Andrew :) Pretty much a perfect melodic rock album.
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16 days ago
MetroGnome
Ah thanks for trying Red....this message comes up on that account and it's now gone. "YouTube account Khira Morphexist has been terminated because we have received multiple third-party notifications of copyright infringement from claimants, including: Recording Industry Association of Japan" EDITED: seems they haven't shut it down completely I have found them thanks ;)
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16 days ago
MetroGnome
I didn't realise it was out yet...how are people hearing it?
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17 days ago
MetroGnome
All sounds good to me! I'm a latecomer to Gotthard so I don't have the emotional attachment to the Steve Lee era that most people do. I know this is sacrilegious to say but in some ways I actually prefer the new Gotthard.
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21 days ago
MetroGnome
I don't normally like his voice which makes listening to them unpleasant. Same applies to Muse...decent songs but hard to listen to, for me anyway.
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21 days ago
MetroGnome
The first time I heard Indian Summer by Stereophonics on the Radio I thought it was Steve Perry's voice I was hearing. For the record I don't actually like the band, only this song. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcguxHc4hiU
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21 days ago
MetroGnome
I love that Lillian Axe cover art...one of the best I've seen for a while.
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26 days ago
MetroGnome
and Motley Crue signed a contract to bind it in law
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29 days ago
MetroGnome
From memory and probably not in order: Sahara Big Money Battle Cartesian Dreams Come To My Kingdom Love Don't Lie Permission To Die I'm Free Can't Find My Way Home Swimming With The Sharks I Wanna Be Loved Pleasure Palace when they headline they play a few more from what I've read. Anyway they sounded great and at the Robin 2 last night they sounded even better...one of the best
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30 days ago
MetroGnome
Yes I underestimated...it used to take me 2 hours from Newtown to Brecon so add another 2 from Swansea to the North :) The new Porthmadog bypass is a godsend though!
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30 days ago
MetroGnome
About a 2.5 mile Drive Terry. It's right at the opposite end of Wales to Swansea. Although Wales isn't a huge country the roads are winding.
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4 weeks ago
MetroGnome
Thanks Geir, I would still like to find out! As I say, I asked Kee Marcello once and he replied something like "I can't remember, it was a long time ago", but I got the impression he just didn't want to revisit it. This was around 9 years ago and he wasn't too fond of talking about his Europe days at that point.
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4 weeks ago
MetroGnome
Geir Wrote: > On a final note: According to Kee, "PiP" sold a > total of 1.5 million records. Like MetroGnome on > the original Le Baron Boys thread, I like the idea > of a harder rocking record than the one that > eventually came out, and as Kee himself insinuates > in the book: Who's to say that the label bosses > had the right idea of what was current,
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4 weeks ago
MetroGnome
Some years ago I asked Kee Marcello on his myspace page what the original songs submitted for PIP were but he wouldn't elaborate. I think it is a touchy subject. The replacement songs were I think 'All Or Nothing', Til My Heart Beats Down Your Door, Half Way To Heaven and possibly Got Your Mind In The Gutter. In my opinion the original track list if it contained such stuff as Yesterdays News, B
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4 weeks ago
MetroGnome
Heard Europe Already Thanks
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5 weeks ago
MetroGnome
That is Katy Perry. The dancer is Rachele Royale
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5 weeks ago
MetroGnome
The songs ok for the youth audience but it would be the slowest striptease ever. Not that I'm an expert you understand. Maybe it's for geriatric strippers
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5 weeks ago
MetroGnome
Frontman Jay Buchanan says: “I like to think we became a little bit more of ourselves making this record, and that the selection of influences has broadened a bit. translated: We have decided to deflect the wannabe Led Zep accusations by ripping off The Doors and Deep Purple too.
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5 weeks ago
MetroGnome
Heroine must protect against the ageing process...that and expensive wigs
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5 weeks ago
MetroGnome
I was never much of a fan but I have to admit in a live setting they were brilliant and very entertaining.
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5 weeks ago
MetroGnome
Bunch of old farts ;-) "Presbycusis (also spelt presbyacusis, from Greek presbys “elder” + akousis “hearing”[1]), or age-related hearing loss, is the cumulative effect of aging on hearing. It is a progressive bilateral symmetrical age-related sensorineural hearing loss. The hearing loss is most marked at higher frequencies"
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6 weeks ago
MetroGnome
It started off sounding like Korn on the intro then went all soulful when the vocals started. I wasn't sure about it but by the end I was won over. I like it!
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6 weeks ago
MetroGnome
Shame she doesn't look like S Hoffs :P I think she sounds more like Tiffany but I get the 80s pop connection. It's inoffensive enough but not really my thing.
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6 weeks ago
MetroGnome
Yeah people keep saying H.E.A.T have the potential to break into the mainstream but to me Night By Night have more chance. Well in the UK anyway. Their songs though very 80s influenced have a slight contemporary rock sound.
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7 weeks ago
MetroGnome
Good song! Stylewise it reminds me of Joey Tempest's solo material.
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7 weeks ago
MetroGnome
World Upside Down is probably their best sounding album sonically but this new one sounds fine to me. Might be my favourite HOL album but then, I'm not into the 'AOR by numbers' that lots on here seem to like.
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7 weeks ago
MetroGnome
Haha...forgot about that. Some people on here would think it was a genuine 80's AOR song if they heard it out of context. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BwQBjJvN5Y
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