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McMack
I'll take "Songs that have been played to death already and don't need to be redone" for $1000 Alex.
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6 days ago
McMack
I'll have to look, I may still have the shirt too. I know it became a "yard work" shirt at some point, but I don't know if it is still around or not.
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7 days ago
McMack
I've only seen them live once and it was on the Show Business tour in front of only about 50 people. But they played like they were playing to 5,000. Very entertaining band and I would love to see them again this time around.
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7 days ago
McMack
Yes, I believe he was the primary songwriter and I was hoping he was involved with this. In any case, I'm anxious to hear it!
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9 days ago
McMack
According to RIAA, they did. I guess it could be argued that Tesla didn't sell significantly more, although they had more releases and did have one multi-platinum album. Mechanical Resonance - Platinum The Great Radio Controversy – 2X’s Platinum 5 Man – Platinum Pychotic Supper - Platinum Night Songs – 3X’s Platinum Long Cold Winter – 3X’s Platinum Heartbreak Station –
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10 days ago
McMack
I don't think it really mattered all that much. Did they sell a small % fewer albums? Maybe. But a small % of a small number isn't really significant. Nobody went broke because of B&B. The fact is that most people had lost interest in Winger and their counterparts by the time B&B started. Bands that were bigger and sold more than Winger (Skid Row, Warrant, Cinderella, Tesla to name a
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11 days ago
McMack
If Stewart had worn a Poison t-shirt, Winger's career would not have been measurably different.
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14 days ago
McMack
Haha. Politics for the working man...from the ivory tower of his mansion.
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21 days ago
McMack
They already have.
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4 weeks ago
McMack
Looks like Cincinnati lawn seats are almost $50 each, before service charges, parking, etc. Call me cheap, but no way I'd pay that considering I couldn't care less to see Kiss.
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5 weeks ago
McMack
I know that I shouldn't judge an album by 60 second clips, but those do nothing for me. And I like "Rat Race". I just don't hear much in the other songs to get me excited.
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5 weeks ago
McMack
I'm sure you're right about the ticket prices. Count me out.
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5 weeks ago
McMack
13. Boring.
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6 weeks ago
McMack
How did I know before I even clicked the link?
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2 months ago
McMack
It is better than "Rising" regardless of the mix. The score shouldn't be less than the score for that one.
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2 months ago
McMack
If the studio tracks from Mirrorball appear on the next album, I will be PISSED.
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2 months ago
McMack
I love DL, but sometimes people try to build themselves up by tearing other people down.
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2 months ago
McMack
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2 months ago
McMack
Perhaps it was written for Slang but recorded for Euphoria?
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2 months ago
McMack
I've been waiting for Psycho City II for 20+ years. While I think Jack has made a real mess of things with his personal issues, I do look forward to hearing this new offering. Above all, I hope Jack will stay healthy and happy.
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3 months ago
McMack
The climate has been changing since the beginning of time. I don't think any reasonable person denies this.
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3 months ago
McMack
I never gave him or his music a chance when he hit it big. I remember the video for "Wish I Had a Girl" and, to me, it was in Billy Squier "Rock Me Tonite" territory. I just hated it, and his image in the video. He seemed like a clown to me, I guess, and the video overshadowed whatever redeeming quality the song had. But listening to some of his stuff today, it is really quit
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4 months ago
McMack
KAYAKER Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > 'X' is probably my favourite to. 'Hysteria' > generally seems to get most of the glowing praise > but I am just sick of hearing the songs over and > over, still. I use to like but just got tired of > it. I can play 'X' when I want and don't hear it > anywhere else. Re: Hysteria, I can listen to
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4 months ago
McMack
I think one can honor someone's musical legacy without honoring them as a human hero. For example, see 99% of the musical legacies that are currently honored.
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4 months ago
McMack
While they parrot the sound very well, the songs on the front page don't do much for me.
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4 months ago
McMack
Who in their right mind would pay to see this? Anyone wanting to donate to rebuilding efforts can do so directly. Ridiculous.
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5 months ago
McMack
The old stuff is great. Was it on the X tour that they opened the set with side 1 of High 'n' Dry? I've seen them live a dozen or more times and that was definitely a highlight.
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6 months ago
McMack
That was frighteningly bad.
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6 months ago
McMack
Underwhelming.
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6 months ago
McMack
Actually, that's what must've been playing when we walked in to the theater but there was no sound. I figured it was a preview of what we were about to see but there was no real indication what it was. Good to know there is more on the way but, for $14, I expected more than just concert footage. Again, I enjoyed that part immensely, way more so than others apparently. But I expected more.
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