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4 days ago
Robert
Same, whole lotta nope for me.
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5 days ago
Robert
https://youtu.be/D_feN6vGNXA Didn't see this posted. Solid little ballad from their upcoming new EP, Thirty Three., due out this Friday. It's been a minute since Simple Mission, but the guys still sound great.
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5 days ago
Robert
Frontiers released a statement that the official "announcement" for the album would be coming in the summer. Which tells me first single June/July with the album late summer/early fall.
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6 days ago
Robert
Tons out there, depends on what you're looking for. Some of my favorites... Decibel Geek Rock and Metal Combat Show Free Form Rock Cobra's And Fire The Hustle Rock and/or Roll Lipstick Panel Podder Than Hell Classic Metal Show Growin' Up Rock Rock Solid w/Pat Francis Riki Rachtman's Cathouse Dean Delray's Let There Be Talk Digital Killed the Radio Star Rock Out Loud Rock Strike
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11 days ago
Robert
I dug the first 2 SE albums, but much like the Roxy Blue and Unruly Child threads below, I have low expectations for new material. Seems like most - not all, but most - of these comebacks never deliver on the expectations. Still, I'll hope for the best.
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11 days ago
Robert
Great to hear Sandi again, looking forward to new music. The biggest revelation for me in the interview was that she pronounces her name "sar-A-uh" and not "sar-I-uh" as I had been saying for 30 years. :)
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12 days ago
Robert
My thoughts exactly. Too many of these bands get resurrected and make bland, under-produced, hookless music. I'll hold out hope, but I've got a feeling...
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13 days ago
Robert
Very cool, indeed. Some songs on the last 2 w/Marcie were overly complicated. Hoping they return to a more simplistic style like the debut or even Waiting for the Sun.
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22 days ago
Robert
Wouldn't be as big of a deal if the songs were great, or even good. They're just not.
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24 days ago
Robert
He says it's another character/story-type album, akin to Ghost of Tom Joad or Devils and Dust. Don't expect many rocking songs. Not my cup, then again I never really took to his non-E Street stuff outside of Nebraska and Tunnel.
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28 days ago
Robert
Looking for Love Bonus track on 1987, if I remember correctly. Shoulda been on the album...a 10th track would've been just fine.
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28 days ago
Robert
Slide It In 1987 Saints And Sinners Live In The Heart Of The City Ready An’ Willing Come An’ Get It Forevermore Slip Of The Tongue Restless Heart Good To Be Bad Lovehunter Starkers In Tokyo Trouble White Snake Northwinds The Purple Album
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28 days ago
Robert
https://www.facebook.com/damonetheband/ July 26th reunion show sold out very quickly. I'm not sure if this is a one-off show or they plan on doing more in the future. One of my favorite rock bands of the last 15 years, hoping they plan to record some new material soon.
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4 weeks ago
Robert
Def Leppard - Adrenalize Poor mix, poor songs and a complete failure compared to the previous trilogy of albums. Lyrics? Oof. Most fans would love to erase this album in their catalog and skip right to Retroactive instead. Still, I adore this record and all its flaws.
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4 weeks ago
Robert
Mood Swings Harem Scarem United Karma/Believe Weight of the World Thirteen Ultra Feel Big Bang Voice of Reason Higher Human nature Rubber Overload Hope Revisiting the Rubber albums, they’re actually better than I remembered. Tons of hooks. Hope and Overload remain they’re worst for me. Not much memorable in terms of songs, especially when compared to the rest of the catalog.
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5 weeks ago
Robert
Bon Jovi - Crush Turning point for me, they haven't made a listenable album from this point on. Def Leppard - Sparkle Lounge Always found something to like about DL albums to that point, even X. This? Awful. Not a single song I revisit. Aerosmith - Just Push Play Pop garbage. Motley Crue - Gen Swine No comment needed
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5 weeks ago
Robert
I tend to agree with you. Love that first album. After that, only bits and pieces. And never connected with any of Rob's solo stuff, so this doesn't surprise me.
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5 weeks ago
Robert
Oof, yikes. That's awful.
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5 weeks ago
Robert
Very much agreed. Some gems on there for sure - the opening trilogy of I Need Your Love, surrender To Me, and Livin' For You is fantastic. After that it goes off the rails a bit. Most of it is okay, but it suffers from lack of Brad Delp on vocals. Fran does a fine job, but he's no Brad.
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6 weeks ago
Robert
According to setlist.fm, they played it throughout the FUCK tour. First played on 10/30/91 and last played 8/28/93. Doesn't indicate if it's the full version, but I'm sure there are quality versions of it out there somewhere.
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6 weeks ago
Robert
It never connected with me. I actually liked most of Neverland and some songs off Seven. HITS...something was off, maybe the songs just weren't good enough to me. Very modern sounding, but lacking hooks. Same trajectory for their last 3. SIC is great, High Road was good or good enough, and DLU was just south of being okay.
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6 weeks ago
Robert
Very Slip of the Tongue-ish... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1j4Rsi5Leo
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6 weeks ago
Robert
Aerosmith Billy Squier REO Speedwagon Foreigner Cinderella
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6 weeks ago
Robert
No need to go past the first 2. Pure melodic rock classics.
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6 weeks ago
Robert
It's an amazing album. I never quite got Night Songs, felt it was too metallic at the time. LCW is their finest, but Heartbreak Station is right behind it. Very mature all the way around. Looking back, I always thought it one of the best albums to hit before the end of the genre.
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6 weeks ago
Robert
They're both very different animals. Ashes is a classy rock album with some of Don's best vocal and lyrical work. I rate When Love Finds a Fool as one of the best ballads from that era. I really love that album. But Wicked Sensation was, and still is, like a kick in the balls. Lynch is a beast on that record and Oni is all swagger. Production is massive by Max Norman and the result is a c
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6 weeks ago
Robert
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zi2gHFnrFM
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6 weeks ago
Robert
Oof, not good I’m all in for a MB20 arena rock album. I just don’t think Rob can pull it off.
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7 weeks ago
Robert
My thoughts... Backlash is the better album. Concise at 10 songs, no fluff, no filler. 10 classic AOR songs. The break up is palpable and the angst comes through in the performances. Just an amazing album. I'll always love the debut, but in my minority opinion, it suffers with filler and quite a few songs I skipped then and skip today. Side 1 is possibly untouchable, but side 2 contains
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7 weeks ago
Robert
Same here for The Defiants. Absolutely adore the debut and have high expectations for the new one, especially with Steve West back in on drums. And yes, that's a live Tyketto album.
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