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4 days ago
cluster
Really liking his newest one - a little less 'metal' and 'prog', a little more Satriani influenced with fewer time changes I think. Great music to work to!
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4 days ago
cluster
Nice find. Liking that as go dmusic to work along too! Never heard of him before this either. Saved his stuff on Spotify for some headphone time later!
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5 days ago
cluster
Yeah, quite a few Scots on here which is nice to see. A quite 'wee' country being represented!
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5 days ago
cluster
Really just rock and metal, but I like a bit of classical, country and 80s pop stuff. Still listen to Adam Ant (the Ants) a fair bit - never lost my liking for them or bands like Duran Duran/a-ha/Frankie. Also like some other stuff like Wandering Hearts btu I dont venture too much from rock/metal.
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6 days ago
cluster
Bo'ness. Close to Falkirk and Edinburgh - lived in Edinburgh for many years (went to Uni there) and was brought up in the North of Scotland - near to Inverness.
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6 days ago
cluster
Number cruncher in the housing develpment sector in the UK. My team do lots of different stuff from telling house developers where to build and what to build to things like strategic housing assessments and housing needs studies for Local authorities, RSLs and other house development companies - basically we tell folk with loads of money (or not in the case of the various Councils) what and w
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8 days ago
cluster
I like it, but then I like pretty much everything they do. It's not great but there are no real faults - it maybe just lacks some punch. Vocals are ace as ever and I just like what they do - it wont rock your socks off really but it's a great listen. I would prefer something like the 92 style or more like Worlds Collide maybe but this is still a good addition to their catalogue....they are gettin
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11 days ago
cluster
I dipped into Spotify yesterday and I liked most of what I heard but some of it was too prog for my tastes - really well done but I have never been a massive prog fan. Still, there is a whole lot to like about this guy and what he does - he is certainly prolific and talented - decent singer too though some of the growly stuff was not for me - most of it was.
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12 days ago
cluster
Jeez, that is majestic. Really like that!
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12 days ago
cluster
Loved that. Not heard much of his stuff so I must get my ears round hiw music - I have heard a couple of his tunes but I I remember his vocals were a bit growly? Still, that was great!
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14 days ago
cluster
Still love the album and was listening to it on som elong drives recently - defo better played loud for sure....just wish the lyrics were better, more sensible and less bubblegum in places - I can see why we did not get a lyric sheet when it came out - non-sensical is being kind - well on most of the songs! Still, a great genre defining album no doubt - so many singles released from it....sometim
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14 days ago
cluster
From that era I liked: Sven Gali-ST Spread Eagle - Open to the Public Law and Order - Rites of Passage Kik Tracee - Field Trip Lillian Axe - Psychoschizophrenia Winger - Pull Slik Toxic - Doin The Nasty Saigon Kick - Devil InThe Detail/Water Warrant - Ultraphobic/Dog Eat Dog Wildside - Under the Influence Bad Moon Rising - Opium For The Masses Von Groove - ST Extreme - Waiting For
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14 days ago
cluster
I just never took to Blaze in Maiden - the music is decent, the lyrics a little lacking and there is less melody and well just not Bruce singing. X Factor is the best of the two for me. I rarley listen much to them but do go back to give them another go - liking them more each time but they just are not up there with the rest of the albums though Maiden were on a slight downward slide with Burce
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25 days ago
cluster
British politics has bee screwed for a very long time. Boris is just the latest in sea of shite 'politicians' we have had to deal with. The bad news is that most of the alternatives are shite too. I am Scottish and this makes it worse as we, as a people, absolutely did not vote for him or indeed the Tory party up here....we only have ourselves to blame as the referendum (though close) did not
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4 weeks ago
cluster
British politics is a mess and has been for ages. Part of me yearns for the 70s and 80s where you knew what you were getting...I was not old enough to vote fo rmost of the 80s and being Scottish we mostly all hated Maggie, but you knew what you were getting with her and we all know she hated Scotland (I did my University thesis on it when I was studying politics at Edinburgh!) Knowadays the to
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4 weeks ago
cluster
Great band and soem truly great recordings. Great live too as seen them several times and Kip solo. Have all of their stuff and I like it all - some of Kips solo stuff is excellent - it may not suit all folk all the time but some excellent songs and albums. Everyone seems ot like the first Winger album and also Pull - not much love for iN the Heart of the Young? I love that album but it comes
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5 weeks ago
cluster
TV on the radion was my rock bible. Was not able to afford Kerrang and Metal Hammer though I did get it whe I could so TV was the man when it came to listening to new stuff and cool stuff. Lots of live shows which were ace - Saxon were always great and one or two of these are released now. Same for a lot of the big bands. First heard so many bands on this I cant count - never mons first listen
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5 weeks ago
cluster
As ever I find no fault with their songs. I would still like a little more punch but this sounds great to me.
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5 weeks ago
cluster
I would go with Alove 1 as well, 2 not so much but it's good. Alive 3 I listen to more than any of them as I prefer the inclusion of some of the 80s/90s stuff. Alive 1 was canned crowd noise from Frampton - also used on Tokyo Tapes I think I remember.
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5 weeks ago
cluster
Probably a lot for me - my mates were mostly into 'proper' metal so when a band went a bit more 'commercial' they tended to not like it as much as me. So stuff like the more commercial Saxon (when they went to EMI/Parlophone) I loved - Innocence Is No Excuse, Destiny and Rock the Nations. Scorpions when they moved from LAFS to Savage like they were doing Leppard - loved Savage Amusement (
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7 weeks ago
cluster
Oustanding stuff - Jake E Lee and Ray Gillen in one bloke is impressive - the guitar work is almost identical to my ears!
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8 weeks ago
cluster
Beem watching episodes of Black Mirror on Netflix and they focus a lot on tech and social media and our addictions to it - they take it to the future in an extreme (almost like the the movie Wall-E sees humans in a few centuries) but it does just make you realise where we are going or where we could go with phones/pads/tablets etc...some very scary stuff in that series. It is OT but if you ain
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8 weeks ago
cluster
Always liked them and Beast is likely my most played cd of theirs. But also agree Don nver had the reatest or strongest voice and I see what is meant by his part in Stars - his is sort of the least impactful. Saying all of that Dokken always sounded different to the rest - a lot of that done to the vocal differences and Lynch. They have a lot of decent tunes but I rarely listen to full studio alb
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2 months ago
cluster
ABBA and Don Williams and a little bit of ELO/Beatles - My Mum and Dads choices when I was wee. That got me into music/melody/choruses and the story based song. So no real album in this lot - just the push into loving music! Albums: From there Adam and the Ants - Kings of the Wild Frontier - my first band/artist that I worshipped and knew all the words to all the songs. never really lost th
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2 months ago
cluster
Great voice for sure. I remember well his take on Still of the Night.
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2 months ago
cluster
I found some covers on Amazon so will stick them on - I dont use mine everyday but dont want to have that issue come up as I like them so stretch covers will be bought - only a few quid so fine!
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2 months ago
cluster
I have a pair and used them a fair bit so it would be useful to know if this is a flaw or a heavy use issue? If it is heavy use I may get some covers for the pads to save them as I really like the phones.
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2 months ago
cluster
I was just listening to the first two albums on a long drive a few days ago and they are both great albums - his voice is stellar on these two - never much liked the third one but it had its moments, but only a few. Never really listened to his solo stuff much but may give it a go - a sad waste of talent if he could have just stuck it out and not been a dick I am sure they would still have a d
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2 months ago
cluster
Nice tune indeed - well done on a real slice of UC style melodic bliss with some strong leanings in places to World Trade/soft prog! Marcie has a killer voice! Really like this tune. Harmony heaven anf great back ups too. Nice wee solo as well. For me nothing not to like on this tune - maybe rock it a bit harder but that is all I would want.
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2 months ago
cluster
Pistols for sure - I know they were punk but other the Rottens vocals its just a decent rock n roll album with coll riffs! The Clash but maybe not 'punk' London Calling is a classic but I guess it is post-punk? Thats pretty much it for me!
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