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2 days ago
cluster
Oh and I love Woke Up too! The 1997 ST is also a great album and a bit rougher/less commercial than what went before....Busted has some awesome tracks as well.
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2 days ago
cluster
For me they rarely do a 'bad' album. One or two are a matter of taste like The Doctor...was never too keen on it but every other CD (pretty much) still gets a spin on a regular basis. I, like many, like the newer stuff too and some of the more recent ones like Special One and Rockford had good tracks dotted around more middle of the road stuff...but to me it is all good really. Great band, great
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9 days ago
cluster
Me too. Good track and hoping for a bit more guitar on the new CD when it comes out.
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9 days ago
cluster
Not bad at all...nothing mind blowing but decent for sure.
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9 days ago
cluster
Bannermans for me...hopefully this will be a great combination and gig!
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10 days ago
cluster
Destiny is a good album to me - Innocense is an album that is under rated but I love that album abd saw them on tour during it too. Destiny was really commercial for Saxon but as suggested by others had some great tunes. I love SOS and Jericho Siren - classic Saxon just with more polish and keyboards. The singles were also good and 'Ride' is a really good cover version. It certainly had better
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13 days ago
cluster
The pattern seems to be GH! Shame as they were pretty decent!
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13 days ago
cluster
Many thanks for posting the link to the tunes - these are great songs of that era and always been a sucker for Beau Hill production. Is there anywhere on the net that has more notes on the people involved? Any guest appearances as it sounds like Winger backing vocals in some places? Cheers
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5 weeks ago
cluster
My friend gave me a shot of the CD and it very good indeed.
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7 weeks ago
cluster
This is a great one too. Just got some clips on youtube and this will be searched out - BSC and a bit of Shinedown and a bit of more heavy stuff thrown on top. Like it a lot.
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7 weeks ago
cluster
Thanks for the Kadawatha shout there. I had never heard of them until they were mentioned here and they sound great from what I was able to hear on youtube and then also got a free ep download too which was right up my street. I kind of Taxiride feel to some of it I think? I think itunes/amazon will be visited for the album! Thanks Mr.AOR
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8 weeks ago
cluster
Glasgow for me. Looks great and not seen them in many, many years!
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8 weeks ago
cluster
Bannermans for me. Should be great.
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2 months ago
cluster
I have to say I do actually like the vocals on their songs. In fact not a lot I don't like about what they do.
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2 months ago
cluster
Someone mentioned to me that Mutt Lange is working with MUSE on their new 'more rock' orientated album? I love MUSE - seeen them live as well and they were awesome. I am not sure about the combination but it sort of makes sense as they have been very 'produced' on recent records and there is no more of an uber producer than Mutt.....intrigued I am.
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3 months 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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5 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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5 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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6 months ago
cluster
I like - and spot on the bass line....nice!
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6 months ago
cluster
He would get money in Edinburgh too...and Bo'ness where I live. Great stuff.
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7 months ago
cluster
Awesome!
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7 months ago
cluster
all great players and writers so fingers crossed for this to work.
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7 months ago
cluster
love it nice job
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7 months ago
cluster
That clip was superb...good on him!
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7 months ago
cluster
Thanks will take a look on ebay.
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7 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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8 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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8 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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8 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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8 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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