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2 days ago
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I just got my Butch Stay Gold t-shirt as part of my Lojinx Records fan pack in the UK - good times!
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3 days ago
cluster
Pretty decent
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3 days ago
cluster
Thanks for the head up - good stuff. Just listened to a few of their tunes on Spotify - decent! Just don't get the mixed with a rapper with same name or a heavy band with same name.
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3 days ago
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Silent Laughter Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Glad to see there's someone here I (mostly) agree > with. Good post, mate. Someone from the UK gets > it, at least. I can always count on your country > to have good music taste, as I just got my Teenage > Casket Company (great hard power pop band, if you > all miss M3 check 'em out) shirt
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3 days ago
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Well I am going with the positive vibes on this one. Butch is a genius to me - he still writes great, great songs btu they may nto be to the taste of lots of folk which I totally get - Afraid of Ghosts is a downer album which again made sense for him to do at the time. I saw him in Edinburgh on that tour and he was a mess and pissed too....but that is why I love what he does - he does what he wan
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5 days ago
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HOL version for me - James Christian sings it better IMHO. Never heard that remix version though! Intrigued!
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6 days ago
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Actually it is my preferred part of the Saxon discography. I think the commercial side started with Crusader - it was a lot more commercial than what went before it to my ears. Innocence was them trying to have a chart hit - while the production made the songs more radio friendly the songs themselves were really much heavier live. Rock the Nations was heavier production wise due to the backlas
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8 days ago
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Not got my package of Stay Gold goodies in the post yet (I got a UK fan pack thing from lojinx) but in UK we have half the CD on Spotify and I like it - just because it is Butch and I like what he does regardless of stylings. I admit I prefer his older stuff like LOSC, Letters, Lets Go Outs etc as well as M3 but there has always been a lot to like about his albums for me - his last one was a
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15 days ago
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I like the top 10! Quite a few more missed out as folk point out. I would also add in House of Lords - Demons Down. I would put Pull above ITHOTY. Certainly would need to be some The Storm in there somewhere - probably the first one. Tyketto too and Tall Stories. Giant has to be there as well....so many great albums! Not that AOR but Butch Walker - Left of Self Centred too. Not sure how big
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28 days ago
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Agreed - Giant all the way!
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29 days ago
cluster
1970s - there are just so many! Sabbath, Purple, Kiss, Alice, Cheap Trick 1980s - Maiden, Scorpions, Priest and I guess Hair Metal as a genre 1990s - Pearl Jam/Nirvana/Soundgarden/AiC and grunge as genre 2000s - for me Butch Walker was my stand out though he started in the 80s I guess 2010s - Halestorm are my main 'new' band though again they may have started in the previous decade but they a
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30 days ago
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I don't actually mind most of it....it's OK. The bits where he sings properly are fine but not liking the talky bits - just sounds odd - is he trying a sort of Bowie style or something? Anyway it sounds OK - not horrible, not great either.
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30 days ago
cluster
Maybe Bannermans for me.
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4 weeks ago
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Deep Purple, Sabbath or Maiden. I suppose Purple as it links into Sabbath and Dio and Rainbow and the various offshoots like Whitesnake, Badlands, Ozzy, Coverdale/Page, Nightranger and the bands ex Whitesnake folk have been in etc....
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5 weeks ago
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In my house it was all ABBA or Country stuff like Don Williams. Mostly ABBA in the mid to late 70s. I remember Voulez Vous the most as the tape got stuck in the tape player over a summer holiday we took so it had to get played and played as it was the car stereo! It was my Dad's new 'ghetto blaster' - Sharp I think it was (and it still works as I use it in the garden for the radio) - it even has
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5 weeks ago
cluster
For me: Mr. Big Damn Yankees Unruly Child Bad English The Storm Badlands I would class Unruly Child as a super group given Signal and World Trade?
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7 weeks ago
cluster
Yeah, great album. Still got the CD single somewhere.
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2 months ago
cluster
Some great lists. I would go with: EVH Jabs Lynch Jake E Lee Vinnie Moore Schenker Angus Adrian Smith Nuno Vai Satriani Frehley Props also to Rudy Schenker (he did some great solos - Still Loving You is one I love).
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2 months ago
cluster
Bad English for me. I bit heavier, bit more guitar, just a bit more rock in general though Alias had a magical singer and some top songs for sure.
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2 months ago
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I agree with most here the four albums from Lovedrive through to Love At First Sting are the four top albums and the golden era of the band. Savage Amusement was a great album too but it strayed a little from the Scorpions slightly rawer sound to a more Mutt Lange digital, processed type of thing...still loved it though! Crazy World was a real departure as well and more like a Bon Jovi record in
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2 months ago
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Oh and forgot Need Your Love So Bad - Whitesnake (b-side, 1987 version), I Love You by Saigon Kick and I Love You by Heart....Heart have a whole album of great ballads - quite a few of these on Brigade and the bonus Japanese disc!
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2 months ago
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So many I don't have the time to list them but many mentioned here already! I would go for several House of Lords tunes - What's Forever For being my favourite. James Christian also has a few - 'Katie' is a fave of his. A few from Halestorm too - Dear Daughter and Break In. Hazard by Richard Marx - he had a few decent ones. A few from Harem Scarem (Honestly is my fave of thiers) , Steel
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2 months ago
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For me (really a list if the number of plays I think which sort of equals favourites!): Van Halen (joint number 1 with 5150) 5150 (joint number 1 with Van Halen) 1984 F.U.C.K Van Halen II OU812 Women Different Balance Fair Diver III (but really not listened to it that much)
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2 months ago
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I had no idea either. Loved that album. Saw them support Dio many years ago and went out and bought the cd and the singles! RIP
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3 months ago
cluster
I'll add Dead Sara, Epic, Diemonds to that list as well! Great thread folks! Also forgot to mention Damone as others have too - I did not know that the singer had started something else up so will try and hunt some of that out too as always liked her voice. Quite liking Thundermother too - a bit more straight on rock akin to The Donnas - who are another band I used to listen to a lot - not the
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3 months ago
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Great thread if only for getting me to listen to Maragold - great CD, great singer. Hoping they are still doing music as a new CD would be great. She is some singer! Thank yo Spotify as this is now the quick way to get to the CDs you guys mention on here. For me of recent stuff Halestorm and S.U.N. are my two go to female fronted bands. I am now adding Maragold to that and will listen to a
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3 months ago
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I quite like that tune. It would not be out of place on Getting Started but not sure it reaches the heights of the ballads on that album - maybe after a few listens. If this is the general direction of the new material then I will be OK with that. Not sure on the production though. Sounds a little processed and a little like it is programmed - drums sound weird to me too. Vocals are still the
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3 months ago
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Great show. Enjoyed it a lot. Not a great turnout though - lucky if the was 50 folk there! Typical mid week in Edinburgh for a small band....I fear for the future of live rock in Edinburgh - no venues for bigger bands, a few small to mid size venues to cater for maybe several hundred or just over a thousand but it is very poor that the Capital has nothing to offer bigger bands....not good at all,
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3 months ago
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Bannerman's seems to be Edinburgh's last bastion of live rock music so I try to support it as much as I can - we do get some decent stuff here but Glasgow tends to get a lot more and has a far bigger rock community for some reason.....decent old school venue and decent beer so all good on that front!
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3 months ago
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Yeah I would agree. They are pretty heavy live as last night show proved. They still have a lot of melody all over the place and there are a lot of layers too. Propos to the to guitarists though as they really were doing a good job. The bassist was full of energy as was the drummer. Singer is good too - a little drowned out at times due to the sound in the cavern that is Bannerman's but I think t
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