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4 days ago
Robert
Nice...thanks for all the recommendations. I'm on Spotify now and really digging Indiscreet and Metropolis. Time to invest and grab the physical CD's.
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5 days ago
Robert
Ok, as a long time member here, I'll admit that I'm embarrassed that I only recently discovered FM's greatness. I had Tough It Out from way back, but lost track over the years until Rockville. Loved that album...both 1 & 2. Now, I find I'm really digging H&V. Might be one of my tops for the year so far. Unfortunately, I've pretty much missed out on everything else...until now. Any
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6 days ago
Robert
2 to add: Art of Anarchy (Scott Weiland & Bumblefoot) - S/T on June 2nd The Burning Crows - Murder At the Gin House on July 6th
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7 days ago
Robert
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-oF8xEfwMW0 Says it was one of his dad's favorite songs. Obviously done here in Butch's subdued style.
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8 days ago
Robert
The Burning Crows will release their sophomore album on July 6th. I really liked the straight up hard rock of Behind the Veil. New single sounds pretty good too. https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=71&v=KZAP76hK-EM www.theburningcrows.com
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9 days ago
Robert
Anybody watch Shark Tank last week? There was a pitch for a company called Zine Pak that seemed to be geared toward getting more people to purchase physical music again. The idea is aimed at "super fans" where you can get a CD along with a fan pack that includes various memorabilia and collector's items. Interesting concept that we've seen by certain acts in recent years. Packagin
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13 days ago
Robert
Looking back, I'd say this is my favorite Heart album front to back. I know that doesn't go over well with some fans, but I loved Brigade when it came out and still revisit it all the time. Ultimate Classic Rock looks back on Brigade with Ann, Nancy, and Richie Zito: http://ultimateclassicrock.com/heart-interview-2015/
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14 days ago
Robert
Just debuted at #5 in the U.S. with 56,000 in sales. Not bad for these times.
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15 days ago
Robert
Up on Youtube now... https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=49&v=xsl2ZhFL20Y
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15 days ago
Robert
Agreed. It remains pretty lifeless and average. Infestation was the true return of Ratt.
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15 days ago
Robert
I like it a lot. Mostly because I saw the change coming a while back. The rockers still rock - Amen, Apocalyptic, I Am the Fire, Mayhem. There are a few songs in there that are just okay...Bad Girls World, New Modern Love, Dear Daughter. Oddly, I felt the same way about Strange Case. It definitely rocked harder, but there were just as many mediocre songs in there for me. American Boys a
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15 days ago
Robert
Didn't like it back then, and I find very little about it to like now. Breaking Down is still great, but the rest is just meh. You can't really blame Bob Rock for this. The band was breaking up and also trying to modernize a bit. Rock worked wonders on Dr. Feelgood and the Black Album. The music on Subhuman Race just wasn't good enough. Especially when compared to STTG. Hard to top that.
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20 days ago
Robert
And Saints & Sinners by Kane Roberts. Another fav of mine.
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20 days ago
Robert
Yep, same here. Did not like them at all. Thought they came off too poppy for my taste. I still can't stand to hear songs like Give It To Me Good or One In a Million. New Audio was great and this one sounds promising. Will definitely check it out. These guys are aging quite well.
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21 days ago
Robert
I think they could make some good music with Tony, but let's face it...those first two albums were a little like lightning in a bottle. Would be very hard to top those, especially given the fact that times are just different. Forget the fact that Bach was in peak form back then, the music was just on another level. Here's hoping tho.
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21 days ago
Robert
Well, it truly sounds like they are just making new records for themselves now. Best since Adrenalize, huh? I'll believe it when I hear it.
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23 days ago
Robert
Y&T - This Time Aerosmith - Angel Blue Murder - Out of Love Warrant - Heaven Unruly Child - To Be Your Everything
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26 days ago
Robert
I'm with you on Y&T and Ratt. Two of my favorite albums. Die hards will always detract due to the slick production and outside writing, but the songs are undeniable.
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28 days ago
Robert
I'm sure it's all talk, same as before. He's got some demos, he's got a few ideas, Nuno might be involved. Last I heard from the Eels was that Mark Everett (E) offered to produce some songs with Steve and Steve politely declined.
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28 days ago
Robert
Not just that, but if Sammy's recent output was higher quality then I'd say he's got room to talk. Maybe Eddie can send him a review of Lite Roast or Sammy and Friends or Cosmic whatever.
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28 days ago
Robert
I don't think Steve actually appears on the album. I read an interview last week that said Steve contacted Aaron Bruno. They hung out and Aaron asked for some advice, but that was it.
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29 days ago
Robert
And less effects on DC's vocals. Much better overall sound than Stormbringer.
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29 days ago
Robert
Nothing against Solinger, but I never thought his voice fit the band. Perhaps with Tony, Rachel and Snake can get back to writing some anthemic hard rock. Looking forward to whatever they do.
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4 weeks ago
Robert
A couple of listens through and I love it. More varied than The Strange Case. The heavy stuff is heavier and the slower stuff, more mature. One of the few modern rock bands that delivers for me.
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4 weeks ago
Robert
Halestorm - hands down the best on offer in April. Romeo's Daughter and FM will warrant a listen for sure. I also love Beth Hart, so I'll check that one out.
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4 weeks ago
Robert
If you liked The Donnas or pretty much wanted to know what AC/DC would sound like if they were all girls, this is for you. From their upcoming album: http://www.revolvermag.com/news/thundermother-premiere-new-song-its-just-a-tease.html
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5 weeks ago
Robert
Hey Soul Sister definitely put them back on the map with a young audience.
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6 weeks ago
Robert
I like some of it as well. Very derivative...I think Prince and Morris Day could have a lawsuit for Uptown Funk (see Jungle Love). But that's okay, still some good 70s soul and R&B songs. Definitely not for everyone. BTW, Ronson's link to our melodic rock world would be his production work on Foreigner's Can't Slow Down. I still dig that record.
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6 weeks ago
Robert
Yep, Burn and Stormbringer are the only ones from Mach 3 that I know well. That's a very young Coverdale on the original.
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6 weeks ago
Robert
Gotta say, I am skeptical. But I did like the small samples from the EPK. I was never a big DP fan, so much of this will be new to me. Stormbringer definitely grew on me. I actually like DC's take on it and Reb sounds huge.
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