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2 days ago
McMack
Roxanne
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6 days ago
McMack
Dog Eat Dog is, indeed, fantastic. To me, it is a very complete album. A little bit of everything, and all very well done. I agree about Ultraphobic and Belly to Belly. A change in direction but I still listen to both regularly. Good stuff. When he was on top of his game, Jani was so very good. Here is a video of him singing House of Broken Love with Great White when he was filling in for
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10 days ago
McMack
I suppose having a massive Type A personality can overshadow many flaws or shortcomings in talent and ability. I've seen it in the corporate world over and over and over.
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11 days ago
McMack
Mine as well! Go Bucks!
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12 days ago
McMack
Yes, it does.
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20 days ago
McMack
Thank Sharon.
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21 days ago
McMack
Please don't let her write anymore lyrics for the band.
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22 days ago
McMack
I like Pink Floyd but that track didn't do much for me until the solo at the end. Maybe an instrumental album would be a good thing if this song is any indication.
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4 weeks ago
McMack
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10152740804109381&id=274349209380
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4 weeks ago
McMack
Jimmy Fallon
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4 weeks ago
McMack
How many bands from that era continue to write "hits"? None.
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5 weeks ago
McMack
Wow, that DOES sound like AC/DC. :D
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6 weeks ago
McMack
If the record companies would had dropped the price of CD's to $7.99 (or lower), as Dee presumes they should have...the same thing would've happened.
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8 weeks ago
McMack
Sounds good to these ears.
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2 months ago
McMack
I don't care for it. Some songs are best left as they are. That is one of them.
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2 months ago
McMack
I wonder if this affects his involvement with TSO.
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2 months ago
McMack
I liked Show Business. I haven't heard the new one, other than samples.
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2 months ago
McMack
Todd Griffin sang for The Graveyard Train, if I'm remembering correctly. The unreleased (I think) album that he did with Mark Kendall under the name of Train Station is also very good. I have a copy of it, but honestly can't recall how I acquired it.
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2 months ago
McMack
It is interesting that he is generally known as a comic who was "also an actor". Before anyone ever heard of him, he was a classically trained actor and received a full scholarship to the renowned Juilliard School. After leaving there, he started doing stand-up and the rest, as they say, is history.
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2 months ago
McMack
Point taken, but where do the "people with the money" to market/promote get their money? Ultimately, from the consumer.
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2 months ago
McMack
I might have the money, but I don't really have the time. At my age (44) and my current circumstances, I am very selective about the music I purchase due to the lack of time to spend listening. I bought tons more music 20-25 years ago than I do now. Disposable income, yes. Disposable time, not so much.
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3 months ago
McMack
Fantastic rock show.
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3 months ago
McMack
Really dig the title track and bought it, but sampled some others and didn't find much else that interested me.
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3 months ago
McMack
Agreed on all counts. I'm also partial to In The Tradition and Hey Mister. And Saint Lorraine and Loveless Age.
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3 months ago
McMack
First of all, it is really hard to believe it has been 15 years. But my son was born the year it was released and he is 15 so there's the proof. Anyway, I was listening to it on my way to work this morning and what a classy release it was. It has held up very well over the years, in my opinion. I don't know if it is GW's best album beginning to end, but it is very very solid. I remember
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3 months ago
McMack
Assuming they continue being manufactured. ;)
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4 months ago
McMack
Such a funny man. I'm only familiar with his work on The Young Ones (which I loved as a youth) and the movie Drop Dead Fred. I, too, should get out my Young Ones DVD's and then explore some of his other work as mentioned in this thread.
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4 months ago
McMack
Or L.A. Guns' Magdalene. But my answer is Winger's Madalaine.
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4 months ago
McMack
I honestly didn't realize they had "un-retired". That's why I never take these "Farewell Tours" seriously.
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