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25 days 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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5 weeks 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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5 weeks ago
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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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5 weeks ago
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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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6 weeks 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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6 weeks ago
cluster
Glasgow for me....so glad they still come up North! The last gig in Glasgow was ace!
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4 months ago
cluster
The Storm would be nice to see.
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4 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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4 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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4 months ago
cluster
Blue Murder - great first cd - second OK. Mr. Big - like all of their stuff. The best of the supergroups thus far....though The Storm up there as are Bad English BCC - I like but not as much as others here. Bad English - like both of the CDs and still play them a fair bit. Chickenfoot - like there cds - not amazing but very good. Winery Dogs - great cd but still getting into it as pretty n
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5 months ago
cluster
I will be willing to give this a go - sample is pure Mutt Lange production style. She sounds like she can sing - difficult to tell and I can't buy it in UK yet...but it does follow the Lange formula....which will result in huge sales I am sure! Certainly not going to dis it as I actually quite like Perry et al for the more popier sound/style.
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5 months ago
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Difficult one but agree with many here..."Who wants to live forever" and "the show must go on" because Freddie sings the sh*t out of them and "is this the world we created" because the lyrics are decent. On the more rock side "one vision" (extended vision), "i want it all", "'39", "dragon attack", "seven seas", "
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5 months ago
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Maiden for me though I like Priest too. Album for album Maiden have more good songs in my opinion. I think Maiden have better songs and not sure when people talk about repition but I don't see this when it comes to Maiden - well not much anyway! My favourite Maiden album is difficult to chhoose (Powerslave, Baest, Piece, Seventh Son...not sure!) but easier for Priest (Painkiller...though I
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5 months ago
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Nearly caught up wit the end of series 1 and yes liking it too. I know a little about the comics and I think they have done pretty well with putting it on the small screen...so far. Never even new Aquaman had a pilot show!
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5 months ago
cluster
I am on episode 7 of Under the Dome - did a series link and watching a few episodes in one sitting which I think is the best way to get into a tv show. So far it has enough to keep me interested and it does move faster than Lost which I loved all the way to the end (I know, I know!). I did this with Revolution and just as well I did as I thought the first few episode were not great but I stuck
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5 months ago
cluster
Anything with Carl Albert on vocals for me. DD is great as is ST.
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5 months ago
cluster
Water and Devil in the Detail for me. War and Peas is pretty good by Jason too and agree that the Super Transatlantic album is also well worth hunting out.
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6 months ago
cluster
My list would be: Open Skyz - ST The Flame - ST Wall of Silence T-Ride - ST Red Dawn 2 Die 4 (I remember liking it but been a while)
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6 months ago
cluster
It really is a great bit of guitar work. I kind of stylised 80s feel to it and yes I think I read somewhere that Moore was working in the same studio and Trevor asked him to lay down some guitar parts. Steven Howe did some as well on another song or two.
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6 months ago
cluster
Yeah i think so. Just posted in another topic about the pop to rock thing. The song without Moore is more pop for sure but his work takes it up several levels into a much more direct rock tune.
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6 months ago
cluster
I just mentioned Adam Ant in a recent post and he is another example of blurring. Dirks Wears White Sox and Kings are more rock than Prince Charming and Fried or Foe but I still the latter two as rock as Marco is a great guitar player - sometimes minimal and low in the mix but he is all over what Ant did. Vive Le Rock to me is rock - guitars turned up louder in the mix and I suppose the faux 'roc
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6 months ago
cluster
Having a day of nostalga, 80s pop and revelling in Trevor Horn production and came across the 12" 'Attack Mix' of 'Warriors of the Wasteland' by Frankie Goes To Hollywood and Gary Moore adds some really great riffing and solos - he is all over it. Anyone else heard this which to me is a bit of gem? It may all be a bit pop for a lot of you and fabricated but I actually really like Welcome
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6 months ago
cluster
I think the EP may also be on CD soon in the UK but I got the download version from Lojinx Records...great service but could have done with some covers and notes! Scott
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6 months ago
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Not searched much but is the Butch Walker Doc available in the UK yet as last time I looked it was itunes but only in the US? PS The new EP is awesome. There are a couple of tunes that are really difficult to get out of your head after a few listens - Coming Home is one of them and Favourite Son the other.....great melodies and some very thoughtful lyrics. Cheers
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7 months ago
cluster
Great shout on Kip Winger - excellent tune. I would certainly add pretty much anything by Vinnie Moore but his first (try 'In Control' which includes a keyboard solo by Tony McAlpine!) and second solo CDs are great and I still play them a lot, especially the first one (added bonus of Tommy Aldridge on drums too).
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7 months ago
cluster
Great song and some very good lyrics as well. I saw him in London last month and it was a great gig. He even had a bloke come on the stage and sing Freak which was pretty cool for the guy...and the fans! This new song is very catchy and has a great melody as is the norm for Butch tunes.....I even like the solo...he does not tend to do this much anymore and I have always liked his guitar playi
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8 months ago
cluster
Thanks for the link!
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8 months ago
cluster
A lot for sure. Pretty much anything new since 2008 I think...though may also pick up bits and pieces from Classic Rock when I buy it. Never knew anything about Heaven and Earth, 7th Heaven, WET, HEAT too many to list but from University days I had cds like Unruly Child, Crown of Thorns and a lot of the Now and Then roster (TEN for example) because I used to go to local CD and Record Fairs in
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8 months ago
cluster
Not sure it was 'shite' but Vicious Rumors would be a pick as Carl Albert was immense - Soldiers of the Night still a good CD but more for the music side. Didn't care much for St Pierre though he wasn't 'shite' by any stretch!
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10 months ago
cluster
Got my tickets for this one. I first saw him solo acoustic at the Barfly in his first UK show where he played a lot of the old stuff and some covers etc and it was to this day one of my favourite shows. I have seen him and his band a couple of times since then (once more in London and then at the Night and Day show) - great again but bot quite as good as that first show he did. Either way i
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