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2 days ago
cluster
I have had this on a couple of Now and Then discs as well though at the moment they are all still playable - it is just the discs themselves that have changed colour.
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2 days ago
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Probably more than this but quite a few to add to the list and repeats of what others have said on a few as well. Sabbath - first four Sabbath - Heaven, Mob, Live Evil, Dehumaniser (Just the Dio stuff!) Maiden - Number to Seventh Son (not a fan of the Blaze era but pretty much love most of the rest of the albums with some more than others) Scorps - Lovedrive to Sting...though I could add Sa
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9 days ago
cluster
Halestorm are one band I would suggest. Damn Yankees, Bad English, The Storm and Mr. Big as well.
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9 days ago
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Time to Burn for me is the better of the two but really both are classics. I think the second album is more consistently good and 'Stay' is one of my favourite tunes ever - I have the remix version too on CD Single and it is even better than the album version. I'm A Believer is a great tune too - so many good tunes to choose from both. I would maybe have these up there with Unruly Child's fir
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13 days ago
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Hi all. I went to the show last night and it was a solid show. It is my first experience of Mitch live and I have to say he is a decent performer and can certainly still sing. Also of note - it is the first time I can remember the rest of the band asking the audience to 'create a space for to get to the stage'! So he came in the rock star for sure and while the crowd was smallish (maybe 50-75
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14 days ago
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Scorpions certainly have had a few - more like b-sides at times though. Hey You is a great tune, Rubber F**cker, Suspender Love is also not bad - they have a few for sure. Bon Jovi too and Leppard - agree with picks for these by others. Halestorm was mentioned too and they have some great bonus tracks too. Saxon had a few in the 80s - Chase the Fade, Live Fast Die Young and Krakatoa. Win
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15 days ago
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Lynchomaniac Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What?!? Absolutely love that song, one of my > favorites on the album. Me too! Great tune!
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15 days ago
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Rocktrades Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "Invaders" from what otherwise would have been my > fav Iron Maiden record! Invaders is one of my least fave Maiden tunes too - it's OK, don't hate it but it is not up with the others on the album.
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16 days ago
cluster
Lights And Thunder Love Don't Come Easy Warsong Wait is decent too but really preferred Mane Attraction to the others by a long way.
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20 days ago
cluster
If they go down Garage Mahal route I will be most pleased!
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21 days ago
cluster
Nice show of respect to the Lem and to Mr Dee. Great song covered by a great band.
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23 days ago
cluster
I too got into the album. Great stuff and a shame that they are no longer going. Shades of P!nk a little bit of Melissa with bits of Van Halen...great album.
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26 days ago
cluster
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26 days ago
cluster
I real grower this one, especially the second side. Some big hooks on several songs. This only gets better with each listen for me.
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26 days ago
cluster
Solid album. Decent songs but as others have said nothing super stand out - more middle of the road good tunes that I think will go over pretty well live.
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30 days ago
cluster
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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4 weeks ago
cluster
Pretty decent
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4 weeks 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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4 weeks 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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4 weeks 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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4 weeks ago
cluster
HOL version for me - James Christian sings it better IMHO. Never heard that remix version though! Intrigued!
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4 weeks 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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5 weeks 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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6 weeks 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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7 weeks ago
cluster
Agreed - Giant all the way!
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8 weeks ago
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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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8 weeks 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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8 weeks ago
cluster
Maybe Bannermans for me.
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2 months ago
cluster
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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