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4 weeks ago
Lynchomaniac
Being a big fan of the bands previous records I'm gonna check out the new one for shure. Having said that, most of the soundclips of the new album sounds quite disappointing IMO....
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8 weeks ago
Lynchomaniac
I really can't see why there's no love for IMO the excellent Manic Eden Patiscat. So if this album proves to be in ME-vain, I think I've certainly got something to look forward to. Great thing to see two of my fave slingers making a comeback this year, first Jake E. Lee and now Adrian Vandenberg
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2 months ago
Lynchomaniac
Great topic, amazed of the quantity of good stuff out there - and like others I tend to find more forgotten gems from the 70's and 80"s than new music. These days I'm in a 70's mood, and recent discoveries include more obscure stuff like Bodkin, Freedom and such.... Another interesting question regarding this matter is; how do you discover (to you "new" music, regardless of rele
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3 months ago
Lynchomaniac
Awesome, now there'a a comeback I really wanna see - all albums until Bad Image are pretty damn good. I would expect them to focus simply on the first two and that ain't a bad thing either IMO....! Here crossing my fingers for a show not too far away fro my part of the world, SRF perhaps....?!?
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3 months ago
Lynchomaniac
As robaich said - for me it's a case of if it ain't broken...!! 1.Animal House, my U.D.O.fave - the best album Accept never released 2.Faceless World, slightly more melodic 3.Man and Machine, again very Accept
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3 months ago
Lynchomaniac
Just curious Peter, do find something sonically wrong with the European remastered re-releases from 2002-2003, or have these simply slipped under your radar? I love the albums too and I'm not trying to be a wise guy here - just stating that the aforementioned releases are pretty damn good IMO. So, my point; 1.if the Japanese-releases don't have any additional tracks as opposed to the Europea
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3 months ago
Lynchomaniac
I believe I've seen a Brazilian boot of this one floating around (much like many others; Kiss Uncensored, Ozzy The Ultimate Ozzy and Bark At The Moon Live etc.) - not shure about the tracklist though. Great band musically, even though I detest Meine's vocals - and if I were to invest in a Scorps DVD it would be this one - as long as it is official full show release that is.... But given my afor
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4 months ago
Lynchomaniac
Must admit the first impression was a bit of a letdown after the glorious last-outing. But I will spin it a few more times before I say something definite about it....
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4 months ago
Lynchomaniac
I have been advised to buy Project Debut myself - a mulitple test winner in it's price-range which will give great value for money... So when the wallet allows it.... That's what it will be for me :) Heard many praises about Rega too btw
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4 months ago
Lynchomaniac
IMO the fact that they had little or no backing from CBS, and the fact that even if the songs are somewhat easily memorable, the lack of choruses are a big part of why the never broke into the big league. It's a strong record (and Rob Lamothe is awesome), that being said - only Toy Soldier is a real standout IMO, however strange that might sound..... I see that you didn't have all that warm
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4 months ago
Lynchomaniac
Yeah, now there's a reunion I wouldn't wanna miss - hopefully these guys will book more shows than just the "one-off" at Firefest!
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4 months ago
Lynchomaniac
I'm with Metrognome here, yeah I would for the bands that I am a big fan of if that was the only way for them to relaese new material - but no, I wouldn't do it for just about every halfway interresing Melodic Rock band out there....
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4 months ago
Lynchomaniac
For me it's the chops, the riffs, the fill-ins - well... all about Lesperance's guitarwork combined with massive choruses, tastefully arranged well-written songs. Cleverly done both performance- and production-wise. Nothing short of a Melodic Rock masterpiece - IMO one of the generes best albums from the 90's. For me this record was the album that rightfully put Harem Scarem on the agenda musical
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5 months ago
Lynchomaniac
Much like Rockster I never cared much for CITA (still owe them another shot or 2 though) Guild Of Ages on the other hand is pretty good - especially One which remains my favourite. IMO One is well worth 5 points on the dice, Vox Dominatas ain't that far off either, but just not as good as the aforementioned - never heard the 3'rd incarnation of the band though ...
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5 months ago
Lynchomaniac
Have not and will not check it out, but I can tell you what he's thinking;........... $$$$$ A more than reasonable income from little or no work, cause regardless of what we think about it that shit sells.... Unfortunately!
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5 months ago
Lynchomaniac
Sacred Heart (Wish it had a better production, haven't heard the remastered version yet though), followed by Holy Diver and Killing the Dragon. Just missing top 3 is Dream Evil, Magica and Strange Highways. IMO all albums except my top 3 are a bit uneven in terms of quality, some killer songs and a few fillers. The weakest one's being Angry Machines and his last Dio album, which name escapes me a
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5 months ago
Lynchomaniac
It is a very relaxed and personal type of thing, and George is more than willing to sign and chat and answer questions, and seems to me to be a down to earth, friendly and sociable guy. I also forgot to ask him a couple of things, it's about the Japanese Bonus tracks off his Sacred Groove album; 1. Why no titles for any of them? 2. ...and if they have ever been named, and if so what are t
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5 months ago
Lynchomaniac
Ah a great one indeed - slipped my mind that one, listened to it just a few of days ago. Fly On is just amazing, and the rest ain't too shabby either ;) The first 2 Eric Gales band albums, Picture of a Thousand Faces in particular - but the debut is also pretty damn good!
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5 months ago
Lynchomaniac
I would recommend these; The Name Of The Rose Far Beyond The World X Stormwarning Never cared much for Spellbound and Babylon which I know others are pushing (harder and more run of the mill stuff IMO), not my kind of records from one UK's best Melodic Rock bands
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5 months ago
Lynchomaniac
Yeah, Lynch Mob grooves, this one (Smoke & Mirrors) and the first 2 is a necessity in any Hardrock collection!
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5 months ago
Lynchomaniac
The Winery Dogs Black Country Communion Older stuff: Richie Kotzen - especially The Mother Heads Family Reunion and The Return Og Mother Heads Family Reunion/Go Faster (the latter 2 is the same album with different titles) ZZ Top, the first 6 albums before the synths entered Badlands - the first 2 are both classics in my books Manic Eden - awesome Blues-tingled Hardrock with plenty of Gro
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6 months ago
Lynchomaniac
What Peter said, - a damn shame really since WGYO is one of the decades best Glam/Sleaze-albums ..... what went wrong with these guys?
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6 months ago
Lynchomaniac
For the most part Stage Dolls deliver - (only on a couple of occations I've seen them more so-and-so) but it's all hanging on Torstein's vocal-delivery, that's the key. So as long as he delivers - everything is the way it should be, and I've seen them numerous times!
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6 months ago
Lynchomaniac
I checked out a couple of their records after being pointed/tipped about their sound in "the Dokken-vein" but must say I wasn't convinced at all - then again these comparisons for the most part are quite off.... I'm afraid.....
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7 months ago
Lynchomaniac
The first (Funk O'Metal Carpet Ride) and the 3'rd (Freewheelin') records are the best. Pretty different records, as FOMCR is pretty Funky and Melodic, and Freewheelin' is more basic and rough in a 70's vibe - gotta say that GM has it's moments too but the songwriting overall is considerably weaker than the aforementioned. The comeback-album And Them Boys Done Swang was a bit of a letdown on my
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7 months ago
Lynchomaniac
About bloody time, Adrian is way too gifted to wither away into obscure musical oblivion!
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7 months ago
Lynchomaniac
Awesome stuff judging by Gun Fight, a must have for me as a great King's X-fan (definately better than Dug's last couple of solo-outings) and being a even more massive Lynch-fan doesn't hurt either! Gotta say I have been quite aware Luzier's drumming capabilities for years too and he is top notch. But since I really dislike Korn I haven't given him much attention since his days with Marc Ferrari,
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7 months ago
Lynchomaniac
A few favourites on the top of my mind Tony MacAlpine - Tears Of Sahara ( the whole Maximun Security album is phenomenal. ) Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force - Black Star Joe Satriani - The Forgotten Part 2 Santana - Europa
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9 months ago
Lynchomaniac
Ayreon and Star One, are obvious choices here - probably the music I've been listening to the most since the millennium-change.... A nod to those who said Threshold, and I would like to add Vanden Plas and Sieges Even to the mix as well....
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9 months ago
Lynchomaniac
IMO Mood Swings is far superior to HS's debut. Having said that the debut ain't half bad either...!
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