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Robert
Absolutely adore Syncrhonicty. Rank it as one of my favorite albums ever. Filled with angst, melody, and unbelievably quirky tunes for a mainstream album.
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Butch Walker - Stay Gold My kid sits in the back seat and sings along to the whoa-oh parts. What's not to like.
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3 days ago
Robert
Interesting ranking. I definitely put PS much higher. Most of their output post-Bust is pretty spotty. 1. Great Radio 2. Mechanical 3. Psychotic Supper 4. Bust a Nut 5. Forever More 6. Into the Now 7. Simplicity
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5 days ago
Robert
Instantly better than anything on Simplicity
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7 days ago
Robert
Yep, agreed. Most everything post-reunion has been mediocre to me. From what I can tell, the list leans heavier on John Norum tracks vs. Marcello. Superstitious sneaks in, but Open Your Heart...Joey makes sure to mention he prefers the Norum version. Most songs from OOTW and PIP will never get any recognition these days from the band.
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7 days ago
Robert
+1 for those three...and in that order!
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7 days ago
Robert
On the front page of this site as well :) I like it, even though it might be overly sugary. Reminds me of Summers or Free Spirit's debut from 2014.
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12 days ago
Robert
I'm with you adolfo. I listened a few times on Spotify and it is just very slow and one dimensional to me. I hate hearing comparisons to the debut because this album has very little in common with that one. Specifically in the writing and pacing. My thoughts are if you like most of what Wharton's done since Calm Before The Storm, then this will be perfect for you. I, unfortunately, have no
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13 days ago
Robert
That is downright hilarious...especially the man wrestling on some random front lawn. Thanks for sharing!
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13 days ago
Robert
Man, that guy can still sing. But those songs...not so much. I struggle with who the market is for this album. And I agree with whoever said it's stylistically all over the map. It really is a bit of a mess. Oh well, not for me. But glad you like it Terry.
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16 days ago
Robert
With Spotify and Youtube, I generally check out what the most popular tracks are first. If the two or three most popular songs don't grab me, I usually don't investigate any further. But I certainly admit to being a bit shallow too...I look at some song titles and play ones that sound like they might be interesting or grab my attention. That works out about 50% of the time. Apparently, I ha
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17 days ago
Robert
Hmmm...interesting. I caught up with Brent Woods at a recent Sebastian Bach show (he's Bach's current guitarist). He said the rest of the band is a bit of a mess and he didn't see any hope of a reunion. Maybe he just meant that he would not be involved in anything new.
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20 days ago
Robert
It's up on Spotify now https://open.spotify.com/track/7HD5DOEmcyydreEALGlMSg
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23 days ago
Robert
I can't find the end of that list :) But here are some I'd recommend based on some of what I saw: Diemonds - Never Wanna Die Amorettes - White Hot Heat Gin Wigmore - Gravel and Wine Smokin Aces - 24/7 The Struts - Everybody Wants Santa Cruz - Screaming for Adrenaline Dirty Glory - Mind the Gap Armored Saint - Win Hands Down Beth Hart - Leave a Light On Dynazty - Sultans of Sin Lit
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28 days ago
Robert
Love Cameron Crowe, but I feel he hasn't done anything worthwhile since Almost Famous. I had high hopes for Roadies, but the first episode was slow and messy. It certainly didn't have any of the human and emotional qualities of something like Say Anything or AF. I'll stick with it...hope it gets better as it goes on.
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4 weeks ago
Robert
All the recent activity and discussions around the new Meat Loaf album got me digging through my old CDs and tapes listening to tons of JS songs. Oddly enough, one of my favorites is one that Meat never sang: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCIrPJ6SBl4 Just wondering what some of the best Steinman songs might be. What about some others that Meat Loaf didn't do? Total Eclipse? Making Lo
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5 weeks ago
Robert
Title track premiered this morning... http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/hear-butch-walker-mix-twang-and-rock-on-new-song-stay-gold-20160622
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5 weeks ago
Robert
I like it, but I'm definitely a BW fanboy. I think interest in him is waning around here just because he no longer makes music that would appeal to the vast majority of mr.com visitors. Butch recently produced Brian Fallon's solo album and to me that's what this sounds like. Very Springsteen by way of Gaslight Anthem. In recent interviews he said the last album was very dark and paid ho
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5 weeks ago
Robert
Whitesnake 1987 Slide It In Saints And Sinners Live in the Heart of the City Ready And Willing Forevermore Good To Be Bad Slip Of The Tongue Come And Get It Lovehunter Trouble Restless Heart Into The Light The Purple Album
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5 weeks ago
Robert
Up on Spotify now... https://open.spotify.com/track/3ojyL1ZIgS92xp6X9u3Amb
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5 weeks ago
Robert
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5pn4HL3R1E They had an EP up on Spotify a while back that has since been pulled down, likely because those songs will be reworked and included on the Frontiers debut. Very Def Lep, Night Ranger, Bon Jovi in style. Calls to mind recent bands like Free Spirit and Summers.
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6 weeks ago
Robert
Agree with you Adolfo. I listened on Spotify and it's not good. The production is a mess.
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7 weeks ago
Robert
http://www.riaa.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/ALBUM-AWARD-RIAA-AND-GRF-CERTIFICATION-AUDIT-REQUIREMENTS.pdf This more or less explains the new tracking program for RIAA awards. The entire idea of charts and awards for albums seems antiquated now, but I get that they have to modernize and include streaming equivalents. Many millennials get their music via Apple Music, Tidal, Spotify, a
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7 weeks ago
Robert
I rank Crazy World at the top...certainly my favorite Scorps album. However, I can never argue with folks who rank Blackout or Lovedrive above it. Those are classic albums in ever sense.
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7 weeks ago
Robert
Bad English by a long shot. Love about half of the Alias debut, but there's some clunkers on there for me. Bad English debut has almost zero filler, imo.
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7 weeks ago
Robert
Yes, and sometimes just him sitting outside near a campfire singing very angrily.
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8 weeks ago
Robert
Not a whole lot in June that catches my attention. I was curious about the new First Signal, but the tracks they put up on Spotify don't give me much hope. Aside from that, Scorpion Child sounds like a winner to me and I loved the Amorettes debut, so I'm hoping the new one follows suit.
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2 months ago
Robert
12 ballads and a bagpipe to guitar ratio of 100 to 1
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2 months ago
Robert
It was the bonus track and will be the title track on the new one. Sounds like they have written some new stuff and also resurrected some songs that date back to the 80s that never saw the light of day... "On Beautiful Broken, the Wilson sisters return with all new, heart-wrenching, original material, as well as some hidden gems from their legendary past. The project is so powerful that
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2 months ago
Robert
A new favorite of mine...the band Diemonds. Lead singer Priya is gritty and has a great voice. The music is pop metal, much better than Halestorm's last one imo. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WAfYPtmYBEc
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