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21 days ago
cluster
It is pretty perfect. Very well crafted, played and great vocals as ever. Production is some of the best I have heard on an indie release. It is quite mid paced but it is so well done that there are no negatives other than I could do with a few more tracks with higher temp and yes a little more rocking perhaps. If the second side has a little more pace and power but keep the quality this one c
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2 months ago
cluster
This is the first of theirs I have listened to and I like it a lot to be honest! But by the sounds of it I need to check out the previous stuff they have done too.
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2 months ago
cluster
Just Getting Started is in my top 5 CDs of the last 10 years - beginning to end each song is great to my ears.
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3 months ago
cluster
I like - and spot on the bass line....nice!
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3 months ago
cluster
He would get money in Edinburgh too...and Bo'ness where I live. Great stuff.
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4 months ago
cluster
Awesome!
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4 months ago
cluster
all great players and writers so fingers crossed for this to work.
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4 months ago
cluster
love it nice job
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4 months ago
cluster
That clip was superb...good on him!
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4 months ago
cluster
Thanks will take a look on ebay.
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4 months ago
cluster
Does anyone know where I can buy a physical copy of the remixed CD in the UK? Amazon have a mp3 verion for sale but was looking for a CD version? Thanks
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5 months ago
cluster
Adam Ant - Vive Le Rock...4K from Kerrang back in 85 when they were pretty much traditional metal.
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5 months ago
cluster
Klaus Meine has a big range though sings a lot in high register - he can go low in songs like The Zoo, China White and Animal Magnatism. James Christian has a wide range and did a fair bit of low and high? Dickinson can do it live on his crowd participation segments in the 80s. Geoff Tate for sure as well. Coverdale in the 80s too. Michael Kiske of Helloween was pretty up there too. Tony Ha
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5 months ago
cluster
He was a good fit for Whitesnake I think. Reb, while great for winger and their sound just not to sure about him taking on the more blues based lead work. He is a great player though so I might be surprised.
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5 months ago
cluster
Looking forward to this. Debut is still in my top 20! Th stuff after that too was good Breakthough I loved - even the demo stuff. Hope it is as good as the first one.
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5 months ago
cluster
I still love this cd. It grows on each listen - lyrically there may be some odd moments where they have done a fast rock track but not really bothered - the music is great - lots of layers and the production is the best I have heard this year.
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5 months ago
cluster
I want him to win all the way - he has brought some real rock. Quite keen to hear him try some more straight ahead metal though that might not go down well with votes!
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6 months ago
cluster
I work from home so i have tunes on nearly all the time so like with the new Winger CD that has been on since I got it - background and really listening. I kind of do that with all of the big CDs that I am keen on. Last Maiden album, last Sabbath, last Pink, last HoL and Unruly Child. Others tend to swap round - if I am concentrating then I put on the really familiar stuff, not so much of the new
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6 months ago
cluster
Been listening on constant rotation since yesterday and I love it. Ever Wonder is massive - one of the best ballads for many years. A lot more like Kip solo in places which is no bad thing for me as I like all that too. Not as instant as Karma that is for sure, but after over 5 listens ( created an itunes playlist with this CD and Karma together) it is a real grower. As for the production it i
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6 months ago
cluster
For me I agree with most views here in one way or another. Lots of filler for me on Animalize and LIU - I prefer Asylum - from that period. COTN is a brilliant album - still listen to it a lot and the production still stands well. Crazy was what it was - some good tunes on it but yeah the production was not great - sounded like Bad Animals sound wise....though I love that record! I like HITS!
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6 months ago
cluster
I've always kind of liked it to be honest! A few fillers for sure but at least 10-12 decent songs and few really good ones. Still got the tour shirt...doesn't fit anymore though!
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7 months ago
cluster
I would add in one or two off of both The Storm Cds and the same for Damn Yankees - maybe Alias and a few from Heart. Scorpions would also have a shout too.
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7 months ago
cluster
For me: Winger House of Lords/James Christian Unruly Child Iron Maiden Whitesnake Butch Walker P!nk Dio Black Sabbath Ozzy Scorpions Oh and nearly fotgot Kiss and Crown of Thorns! I don't buy every CD but always get their standard studio albums - not always bothered about live stuff or compilations but often pick these up too but often months after release.
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7 months ago
cluster
I am really looking forward to it. Winger is a band I will buy the CD without thinking much about it - Kip solo stuff too. To be honest I will listen to samples to see where the CD is going but this will not put me off buying it. House of Lords, Unruly Child, Iron Maiden, Scorpions, Whitesnake...quite a few bands I just buy without thinking about it. Winger are also still really great live -
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7 months ago
cluster
Still a fan of his - always will be and thinking about seeing him live in Edinburgh in April. The current album has some OK tunes on it but 70% of it is just a bit too basic and the production on most of it is poor - sounds like demos to me. I listened to King of the Wild Frontier just last week and this to me still has something fresh about it and Marco is a great player and writer - he has d
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7 months ago
cluster
It sounds great to me. Production as ever sounds great and the band seem to be firing on all cyclinders which is also good to hear. The song is a little straight ahead but they usually have a couple of those style tunes on each CD. Love the twin solo section, that is not that common these days! Kip sounds great and in that lower register comfort zone he has mastered on recent discs.....100%
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8 months ago
cluster
Glasgow for me....so glad they still come up North! The last gig in Glasgow was ace!
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10 months ago
cluster
The Storm would be nice to see.
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10 months ago
cluster
I like Revolution too. It was not a great first few episodes but I do like it a lot now. Under the Dome has its moments btu agree with others here. Walking Dead is awesome and just got a lot faster too. Not tried Continuum yet but will give that a go.
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11 months ago
cluster
How could I forget about Damn Yankees! Alias too - both great bands. Shaw/Blades - not sure of a group title but they are certainly super!
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