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4 months ago
cluster
Brigade is my go to album. Always been my fave - I have the limited double disk with the extra tracks and that is how I listen to that album as they are all great songs. I like ST and Bad Animals too bit they are not as up my street as Brigade. By far prefer the production on it too. Also really like Desire as well but it does not top Brigade. 70s stuff is less my thing but I still enjoy it
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4 months ago
cluster
Sounds good to me and is that an old school Butch solo at the end. Been a while!
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4 months ago
cluster
They do not really do bad albums for me. Always something to enjoy on every album they do - even just the guitar sound wins. Love all three of classic era albums that hit the charts - probably prefer Afterburner the most. Rough Boy is likely my fave song of theirs and I still get chills on that solo - one of the few songs that nearly always makes the hair on my arms stand up (Caught Somewhere
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4 months ago
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I got family Spotify as we all listen to different stuff though my wife and I are quite well synced in terms of the music styles - kids, not so much though they love Maiden as they get that around the house quite often! I have to say it is well worth it for families but I do get the fact that artists get nothing much at all. I have niece who is trying to get her music out there and it is a str
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4 months ago
cluster
Different for sure - it is OK I suppose! I am with a few of you and love that song he did with Elton...one of my faves of his and certainly of the more recent output. Never checked if it charted but it should have!
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5 months ago
cluster
Pettytastic.
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5 months ago
cluster
I'll check them out. Cheers
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5 months ago
cluster
I have always really liked Reb's playing - big Winger fan of course! He just has a trademark style and sound and always usually very recognisable in most if his ventures. Liking this the more I hear it. Robin still has decent pipes - never seen him live but I do like that voice - first time I heard him was when he did Far Corporation. Really liked the first couple of MSG albums he did too. not
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5 months ago
cluster
Nothing not to like in that tune.
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6 months ago
cluster
Great tune. Kind of hope it's a hit!
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6 months ago
cluster
I got them last year and when I use them I like them and agree that you hear more. I was listening to Empire by Queensryche the other day and there is loads going on there I never heard before.
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6 months ago
cluster
One of my favourite Whitesnake tunes for sure. Always liked the video too though it is very dated looking it does indeed typify the hair metal era. I also have to say that my favourite version is the more recent remix as it was just different and sounded better but really not sure if it is better or I just really like it because it is a bit different in the mix. I still hope for the full 8
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7 months ago
cluster
Horrible UK result - but this is a democracy (according to Boris THE democracy!)and if that democracy wants the right wing dick then hell mend them. What else could they choose anyway - Corbyn is little to no better but in a different way. Clearly people cannot stand him - even his own party members and MPs (or ex-MPs)….I am in Scotland and one interview I saw had a Labour candidate (yet to lea
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7 months ago
cluster
Pretty cool this one. Heavier than expected too which is nice. Quite Winger for sure and that is no bad thing!
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7 months ago
cluster
Great singer, great pop band. I have a few of theirs and I often play don't bore me get to the chorus....the kids love it! RIP
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7 months ago
cluster
Great tune!
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7 months ago
cluster
Love a bit of Slayer and saw then not that long ago with Anthrax in the UK - awesome show asset list for sure for me anyway - ace band though did not like the 'punk' era albums they did - not great at all for me anyway. Reign/South/Seasons are my classic era for them - South of Heaven is likely the one I listened to the most though Reign in Blood is close behind. Certainly they got me into
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7 months ago
cluster
Pretty decent - defo a Dead Daisies feel to it vocally anyway.
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7 months ago
cluster
I think Injected sound like them a bit - that was my first thought when I heard that CD (which I still play). And yes I meant the 1969 album! Sorry, got confused!
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8 months ago
cluster
I will always back up Butch and what he does. I have loved his music since I first heard it - Ready Sex Go was the first album and I still love it, especially in the car. LoSC was and is a great follow up - some many cool lyrics and melodies. Letters I was not hot on when it came out but it grew on me a lot - I think it is likely his best album. Let's Go Out was a great party album and liked that
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8 months ago
cluster
Really not sure what to make of that. Is it a charity single or something? Surely not a lead off single form an album? If it then that is very odd - is it actually a JBJ solo song instead? Really no idea but the vocal is poor and the lyrics while trying to say something are not convincing and the phrasing is painful at times...is he trying to be Springsteen or Dylan now he is older? An albu
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8 months ago
cluster
Gee, so many. I will go for the double meaning of: Live after Death - Maiden. Kind of always liked 'Left of Self Centered' - Butch Walker.
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8 months ago
cluster
Probably forget a few but: Iron Maiden - Powerslave/Piece of Mind/Somewhere in Time/7th Son/Live after Death Scorpions - Lovedrive/Blackout/Love at First Sting Sabbath - Heaven and Hell Butch Walker - Left of Self Centred Unruly Child - ST Damn Yankess - ST Giant - LotR/TTB House of Lords - first three Kiss - Creatures of the Night Whitesnake - 1987 Crown of Thorns - ST Vinnie Moore
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9 months ago
cluster
What's not to like - great tune.
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9 months ago
cluster
Great to say Ultimate Sin so high as most of the time it is a seen as the weak link - I love it. It may even by my number 1 - just wish the production was better. It likely my most played Ozzy CD followed by Bark at the Moon and No More Tears...Blizzard not far behind those and then probably No Rest for the Wicked and Ozzmosis. Some truly great tunes of Sin - and I loved the drumming on it. At
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9 months ago
cluster
I never really got into his catalogue but likely need to! I have After the War, Wild Frontier and Still Got the Blues as well as a compilation - all great albums and I actually really like After the War - it was the first of his I got. Think that is the one with Led Clones on it? Always liked that for some reason...probably because it is itself a Led Zep riff based tune! I also really loved
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9 months ago
cluster
Superb stuff.
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9 months ago
cluster
Thunderbirds (original) UFO Space 1999 (series 1) Captain Scarlet (original) Stranger Things X Files Sopranos Top Gear Rockford Files Dallas The Professionals Kojak Hill Street Blues Dempsey and Makepeace Doctor Who (most of them!) The Tomorrow People Wonder Woman (70s) Probably loads more too! Some of the RAW WWE themes are cool but they are mostly band songs I guess so a l
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10 months ago
cluster
I still buy CDs from my fave bands but I also listen to Spotify a lot as it is such an easy thing to use and to create playlists and the like. I used to use it just for the car but now I listen to it a lot in the house and garden. I bought a bluetooth link thing that I can link to me amp and use it from room to room as do the kids who always use Spotify as we have a family account. My car does no
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10 months ago
cluster
The image put me off for ages - I had not even heard them as never been into that sort of look on a band and never even read abotu them so I had no idea they were as 'mainstream' sound wise as they are - I thought they were going to be growlers/black metal or death metal etc. So wrong I was and really like them now and for the last year or so as I they happened to pop up at the end of my playing
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