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7 days ago
cluster
Saw them three times and always been really good even on that rather stiff Angel tour with the Scorps. Ram It Down was a great show and Painkiller too. Might try to catch them next tour here as well. Rob sounds decent on youtube - not sure if he is being helped or not but it sounds fine to me.
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7 days ago
cluster
Yeah, it is a fine album and it was my first live album ever so it got a lot of listens. I had not realised crowd noise was lifted from something else - did the forget to record them or something? Weird stuff! Must go an listen to it again soon as it has been a while since I did my air druming to Top of the Bill! LOL
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9 days ago
cluster
I had mentioned my dislike for the Blaze era in another thread or two. The X factor still has some good tunes for sure but I just cannot get past the vocals. Virtual XI was just not for me - not even liking much of the songs to be honest. These two were simple treading water (I am being kind) albums for me and I really very rarely go back to them - there are one or two decent songs on X Fact
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10 days ago
cluster
Well, I actually liked Hot in the Shade and still do. Carnival of Souls is where I lost it a little with Kiss - to thsi day I dont get that album (like 'The Elder' before it - it sticks out like a sore thumb as just weird and out of place though I was not a fan of Kiss The Elder came out). The one band that I lost touch with was defo Iron Maiden.....I still liked them and listened to them a lo
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13 days ago
cluster
Yeah, pretty sure it would have been the Friday Rock Show which was stil lon the go in 1993 but maybe something else. Tv on the radio was my go to listen every week as he was pretty good at putting on new stuff. He got me into a lot of different stuff over the years. I even started to buy some of the thrash stuff at the time (was more trad metal) and he played a lot of the stuff from labels like
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14 days ago
cluster
Yeah, I like all the tracks on it and never skip any of them. The other albums are great too but I know I have never listened to them anywhere near as much as I did Walk On. Oddly I would also put Third Stage above the earlier albums! Yeah I know, burn me at the stake!
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14 days ago
cluster
Always really liked this album. Scary fact - this was my first ever Boston album! I heard a song on the radio from it and went and bought it in a sale in HMV. Up to that point I had not heard any Boston other than the hit singles on compilation albums. Yeah I know! I was more of a metalhead before and was just getting much more into Melodic rock....pretty sure I got a Bad Company CD the same
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15 days ago
cluster
That sucks for sure. He must be doing the rigth thing for him and that is fine. Shame for the Cats guys as I have really enjoyed all of their output to date and he was a key part of the sound and his voice just fits them to a tee. I hope they carry on and get another good singer in as I would love to see then do well in the future.
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22 days ago
cluster
cherokeee Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > WINGER - PULL > GIANT - Time to Burn > HOUSE OF LORDS - SAHARA > > > those Albums came out during the final Stretches > of RecordCompanies still spending BIG Cash on > Producers + Studio Time in that Genre... and it > clearly Shows (Sounds) here ;-) As I said in my other post
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22 days ago
cluster
matt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > creatures of night-kiss One of the best drum sounds ever captured!
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22 days ago
cluster
Peter M. Bietenholz Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Van Halen - s/t > Emerson Lake & Powell - s/t > House of Lords - Demons Down > > Or just about anything produced by Andy Johns. Yeah, me too. Demons Down has a great sound! Tommy and those drums!! Magic. That was David Theoner as producer. HoL have had a coupleof great sounding C
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23 days ago
cluster
Really like both albums a lot - ST is more rockin though as others have said a little more filler - maybe needed to cut a couple of songs. Second album is more glossy, less rockin but has some amazing songs on it. I got the two disk greatest hits album that came out and that is what I listen to most as it has the best of both (sort of)! There are no real bad tracks on either - even if a coup
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28 days ago
cluster
For me they are one of several bands where the songs were really just about one writer and there in lies the weakness. Nikki Sixx drove the bad and wrote most of the songs - when he went down, they went down. I have little love at all for TOP - one good song and the rest are just scratched together and as for the change in image you have to wonder what they were thinking if indeed they were th
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4 weeks ago
cluster
Still the music was fine and I liked Tommy Lee and Nikki was OK as well. Did the Corabi era have a lot of poor ticket sales? No idea but it cetianly looked like that from the movie - I really liked that album too!
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4 weeks ago
cluster
Watched it last night. It was entertaining. Not read the book but my wife has and she thought it was just 'fine' and a entertianing movie to watch. I think a min series might have been better than a movie as there was just so much missing from it - I guess there was a lot that was left out because they agreed to leave it out...or likely Nikki wanted it kept out. He was married and had kids in
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5 weeks ago
cluster
Bruce has some truly great songs and I took to them all as I just never got into the Blaze era of Maiden - I tried but he could not fill the vocal duties as well as Maiden needed, Great guy but preferred him in Wolfsbane! The brice anthology set is really good and the one I listen to the most as it covers a lot of the best tunes of each CD as well as some pretty nice bonus stuff and b-sides
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5 weeks ago
cluster
I think I will end up preferring the new 2019 remix to be honest. I always played teh UK vinyl version and that is the version I have heard most often. Later on I got the US remix and really liked that - mostly because it was just different and sounded fresher...and it had Sykes! For now I think I am liking the sound on the new remix better - but again it may just be because it is new a fresh
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5 weeks ago
cluster
Thanks for the write up on the contents - that may sway me and HMV may be a solid choice as Amzon too dear at the mo.
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5 weeks ago
cluster
DC is defo not what he was - how could he be putting his vocals through the 80s and 90s cant be good, especially when you are smoking a fair bit (as he did, not sure he has for a long time though). Just listen to the Unzipped album for a guide to what he can sound like when not doing the 'metal' thing. I always like to hear him still do the odd hard rock song for sure - I hope it does not chan
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5 weeks ago
cluster
Not sure if I will buy it or not but tempted - I have it all on Spotify so for me that will do for now but tempted by the base.com price! Is it a nice package when you open it all up? Are there cool extras or is it a digi pack and lots of discs? I have to say that the remix album is really nice. That and the new live stuff woudlbe the pull for me as happy enough with the last reissue they did
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6 weeks ago
cluster
Tough one to call and no one ever really will. What is not in dispute is that was indeed a King of Pop and he was involved with some of the best pop music ever made. What is probably not in dispute is that he came from a less than perfect upbringing in a world and environment that is less than perfect (way, way less to be fair) and that his level of stardom did not come without a lot of very b
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8 weeks ago
cluster
Bill and Ted and Waynes World were decent enough too. Shocker I always liked as well as a few others like Last Action Hero also had a copy of Demons that had some rock tracks on it.
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8 weeks ago
cluster
Some great opinions on this subject! I love L&C but it is not on a par with Unruly Child. Ynruly Child was another on a whim purchase at a CD fair back in the 90s - I was very much hooked in straight away but knew nothing about the band at all when I bought it - I loved Winger at the time and saw Beau Hill and bought it as a cut out. Never looked back and within a few weeks was digging out
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2 months ago
cluster
Always liked this album - not even sure why to be honest but it is a cracker. I like the tunes and production and Tomorrow is a great song, well played too. I think I was a bit 'over' TFC and this was quite different and more 'musical' and less we need a hit single on each song sort of thing. My kids love this album too - especially the last three songs for some reason.
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2 months ago
cluster
I discovered a few at CD fairs when I new little of the AOR, Hair genre - I was into metal but got some stuff from Now and Then label and few others that got me into this genre more. Stuff I picked up on a whim not really knowing anything was: Ready Sex Go by Marvelous 3 (not AOR I guess)....now a big Butch fan Naro - Press Play (still really like thi some - some great tunes on it) Unruly
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2 months ago
cluster
Winger - Pull was my go to as well but not bought a new system in ages! I took it as well as House of Lords - Demons Down and Unruly Child - ST.
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2 months ago
cluster
I'll watch it - will make up for Disney and Marvel fall out...no more Jessica, Punisher or anything else! Gutted about that! My wife is the Motley fan more than me but seen them live many years ago and they were fun. Like the greatest hits and a few of their albums but I was never much into them as Vince vocals were poor and they always seemd like a lazy band to me.
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2 months ago
cluster
I go and see tributes as part of a 'lads' night out usually. Curry, beers and some singing along to your fave tunes. Usually up here it is Maiden Scotland who I love - great guys, great band and they play like full albums and best of sort of sets so they are really good for a nigth out. Seen them do Somewhere in Time and Maiden 88 based tours amongst others and they were really great shows.
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2 months ago
cluster
Really looking froward to this CD. I have been getting into the band over recent months (was late to the show) and been sticking on Scarecrow before/during tea with the family and they all love it. My 12 year old was even singing the chorus to Jupiters Calling in the shower yesterday! That is a win for me as she was singing it just after singing Waysted Years (Demone acoustic version though!) and
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2 months ago
cluster
I really like this tune and vid. It's a lot of fun and I like that. Quite Winger sounding to me but then wht would it not! Sounds good and really looking froward to the album.....still not sure on the voice. He may be going for a respier approach but kind of hoping the whole album is different and not all sung like this one...if that makes sense? I loved a lot of the quieter stuff on the rece
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