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The last one had it's moments, but still I would rate it as considerably weaker compared to Ozone
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Lynchomaniac
Pedestrian, my thoughts exactly - my judgement on the new single as well as the first album. Regarding comments about Ousey's vocals, I actually like his voice - but in nearly all the projects/bands he's been involved in (the ones I've heard anyway which is quite a few) apart from Ozone the songwriting has always been the missing ingredient and that's exactly the case with Snakecharmer's debut -
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2 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Not good news, but AS much as I love DW's voice I have always preferred Mac - but sadly that's not gonna happen as we all know......
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4 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Trying, but for some reason I just can't warm up to One Desire - not delivering up to my desires (pun intended!)..... but will keep trying Eclipse as thread starter said initially pretty much as expected, to some degree that's a good thing. But in other ways it's quite a predictable album too, so a few more twists and turns may have proved beneficial. Still there's no denying it a pretty sol
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5 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Mr.Big opening up for Aerosmith on the Get A Grip tour. Masterplan and Symphony X opening up for Hammerfall, left after a couple of HF songs just to see Anders Johansson behind the drums Egodog supporting Deep Purple, a real pleasant surprise by a band I haven't heard of before the gig. Got the album, but sadly I haven't heard anything about them after that gig either..... Spock's Beard w/Drea
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7 days ago
Lynchomaniac
rarock Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > nice song, thats important. Doesnt remind me of > Whitesnake vibe Doesn't it. ..? To me it certainly does, but nothing like the Snake from 84 or onwards - on the other hand it reminds me a lot of a lesser version of the Snake of Old. Speaking about the early era from 78 to 81....., but sadly a more stale version
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7 days ago
Lynchomaniac
When I first heard the debut I found it to be a little too "geezery" in lack of a better word - that said I warmed some to it, though I haven't really played it all that much. Sad to say I got the same feeling this time around, so it remains to be seen if I will warm a little to it this time around....
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7 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Dokken with Lynch and Pilson...... maybe next year George been saying in interviews.... Rainbow with any lineup.....,but more so with Doogie than last year's lineup
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7 days ago
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For once we are on a collision course Figge, I could never see the greatness in FTS - apart from the title track, El Salvador and Broken Heart (which is even better on MA) I really don't rate the songs much at all. In fact I rate all the other 3 from the golden era higher than that one
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7 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Yeah guys I know a few guys that share that opion - and as I have mentioned on this board before I love all of the first four KC albums, but the debut is in my all time top 10 faves list. A steady 6 on the dice, who will remain as one of the most significant records ever for me....
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7 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Actually from what I've read; Mike LeCompte actually was their original singer - from before their first album with Mattson in 85
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8 days ago
Lynchomaniac
I haven't got the best insight of the genre or should I say genres, since the music presented is as wide genre wise as any other AOR, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal or Progressive releases out there - even if the lyrical subject is somewhat the same. Anyway, here's some of my favorite Christian releases in no particular order; Bride - Live To Die Ken Hensley - Glimpse Of Glory Mastedon - 3 John Ele
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8 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Most definitely agree with the original message here, so - 1....
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9 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Some surprises on a few lists and a lot of additions I definitely agree with, here's a few I haven't seen listed yet; Vagabond Paul Shortino Circus Maximus Harlan Cage Kingdom Come Slash Saigon Kick Silver Wicked Maraya World Trade Von Groove
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10 days ago
Lynchomaniac
It could be that you need to adjust the laser lens, but... whether or not that is economically beneficial as opposed to buying yourself a new player is another issue completely... Unless you know a technician that could help you out that is....
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10 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Roll Over Beethoven, make space for up there in Rock'n'Roll heaven for the Godfather Rock'n'Roll. RIP Chuck
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12 days ago
Lynchomaniac
To be honest I find that most of it ain't too far removed from the bluesier side of the original band, with a couple of curve balls thrown in.... Just my 2 cents worth
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13 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Good statement, well put rocknut!
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13 days ago
Lynchomaniac
I would give it higher score than 30, but it's no classic either - perhaps in the 60-70 range would be on the scale is where I would put it. So yeah I find it a little harsh, then again it's an opinion and you've gotta respect that.....
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13 days ago
Lynchomaniac
The song is OK (but nothing spectacular) and I like hearing Göran's voice doing something along these lines - but I hated the drum sound and the drummers style. I'm all for creating your own musical expression and personal stamp of identity on your material - but this certainly wasn't a great fit for the music, and it shure didn't do the song any favours this time. Different doesn't necessarily
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14 days ago
Lynchomaniac
1. Talisman (S/T) 2. Marching Out 3. Genesis 4. Rise Up 5. Prism The last one narrowly pips it, edging just ahead of Eyes debut
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16 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Definitely stoked about about that, and I also second that Rise Up all in all is a more even album than their very good debut
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16 days ago
Lynchomaniac
From what I've heard so far of the newbie I'm a little disappointed to be honest - nothing that truly excites me I'm afraid. As big DP -fan as I am, I might have my hopes held up a notch or two too high, only to be shot down time and time again. Ever since the release of Abandon, it's been more or less one letdown after the other - apart from Now What. So the latter one perhaps is the core reason
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17 days ago
Lynchomaniac
No. he probably means One by GOA released in 1998 and not the CITA album Act 1 from 1995 - and I second that. For some reason CITA never appealed to me - but GOA shure did, and to these ears they never were able to match One, great album indeed. Would love to hear new material from them, they put on a great show at Rockingham a couple of years ago too - very good live band!
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19 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Second that!
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20 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Loved it, and yeah I might agree it is the best one from the X-Men universe
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20 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Several times, mostly at festivals but a few times at smaller venues - due to boring/uninspiring shows - but also a few times due to shockingly bad sound...
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22 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Not the impression I've got, I see plenty of people rating CN very highly - not only on this board. I'm not saying that's there's no good or even great tracks on it - it's just overall considerably weaker than most Kiss albums. Especially the Simmons tracks, then again as others have said - that's the case in all Kiss albums after COTN until Revenge. It was pretty much up to Paul to keep the Kiss
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23 days ago
Lynchomaniac
You and me both Benno, love Little Ain't Enough - for me his by far best album. So yeah I would pick that one up in a heartbeat bif a Deluxe is released. Depending on the rest of the material I would consider buying Eat 'Em And Smile and Skyscraper too, even if I think that both of those albums are overall weaker than LAE - maybe especially EEAS
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23 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Good call guys, House Of Broken Love is a epic tune - definitely in GW top 5 tracks of all time and Kendall is the key in that respect. Was actually about to start a GW thread a while ago as the release of JR's Great White got me in the mood of re-investigating their catalogue once more. I always thought back in the day that Twice Shy was showing the band at their peak, and while that albu
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