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Lynchomaniac
I'd prefer Ram It Down and Angel Of Retribution any day of the week over Painkiller, even Turbo to be honest. I realize that Turbo ain't your arch typical Priest record either, but none of the songs does bother me like some of the stuff on Painkiller, So to these ears, bearing in mind that they jumped on the more commercial bandwagon on Turbo - I actually feel that Painkiller sounds more forced/
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2 days ago
Lynchomaniac
So glad someone else has the same opion about Painkiller - hard n heavy for the sake of being hard n heavy, while the whole bands sound and identity was flushed down the drain. Extremely overrated album
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2 days ago
Lynchomaniac
For me the ultimate letdown from Aerosmith - even the very average Nine Lives is aeons better
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2 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Waiting For The Punchline was utter crap, apart from Cynical there's nothing worthwhile on it. Every The Cult album since BGAE!
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3 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Spot on rocknut, never understood the heaps of praise STTG got - for me it's nothing compared to the debut
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5 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Gotta admit that I had fallen off that band wagon (pun intended) after the first two albums - especially Under A New Sign, which to these ears is one of the best Progressive Rock albums of the the last 10 years or so. Lost interest along the way, perhaps as none of the successors quite matched UANS quality wise - even if I have to own up to not giving them plenty of chances to impress either.
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12 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Hard to look part the significance Escape and Foreigner 4 had on the genre - so historically it could be any of those, and in my case I would give my vote to 4 of the ones mentioned. But in case of personal opinion, and the one I would say defines AOR for me I would have to go for Signal - Loud & Clear
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16 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Kind of interesting line up, but I certainly hope this is more of a Hard Rock affair (Free Fall, The Codex, Starbreaker) than a run of the mill Power Metal type thing like Primal Fear.....
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18 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Hell yeah, awesome stuff! It seems like everyone in the band brings something from their individual pasts, making the end product KXM unique. Breakout sounds to some degree like a King's X track, but with a somewhat different flavor nonetheless, with the spice Lynch and Luzier brings to the table. Nothing else to say but; Superb! Scatterbrain, the other song released is a different beast all
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19 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Got a few friends that goes gung ho over them, and I have tried several times to listen to their material - but I just can't get into their stuff. The songs just doesn't hit home with me, neither do the vocals. In that respect there's bands like Spiritual Beggars and Witchcraft that's more along the lines of my liking when talking about Retro bands in the same musical ballpark
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22 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Can't wait to see them again for the 3'rd time, at Sweden Rock. The first time I saw them back in 98 still ranks as one of the top 5 shows that I ever have seen
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26 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Back to Eden needs a serious upgrade soundwise, can't stand to listen to it because of the production - the songs doesn't help when the sound is that bad...
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26 days ago
Lynchomaniac
I'm more than a little bemused that it got rave reviews back in the day - that said it's an OK album but nothing spectacular even if the best songs are quite good. Too bad those songs make up the minority of the album. I'd take the White Sister debut over this one any day of the week
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26 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Initially I was quite optimistic about their collaboration, but if this is a sign of things to come I am not so much of an optimist about it anymore. The reason for the optimism was that they're both great guitarists, but as good as Orianthi is she needs help in the songwriting department. Apart from the occasional song - her catalogue has for the most part been underwhelming. Richie on the othe
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26 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Getting even more eager the get my hands on the album now, waiting is unbearable....
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26 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Dokken, Lynch Mob and anything by George Lynch - and Whitesnake of course
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27 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Spot on kissgod, particularly Raw Thorns - some fantastic songs there but I hardly ever play it as the demos are so crappy soundwise....
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27 days ago
Lynchomaniac
2 great guitar players there kersey, maybe especially Dieth! Haven't checked out Colorvine yet, must do something about that - thanks for the heads up! Love the first Tower City album, definitely some stunning songs there!
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27 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Didn't John Waite record an album with Adrian Vandenberg that never got released?
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27 days ago
Lynchomaniac
I think Greenhouze is looking for a deal for the second album, Spoke to the main man Lars Levin back in November and he said that the new album was a work in progress, not shure if they have recorded more than demo's yet though....
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28 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Liked the groove, but it's not much of a song - is it? Pretty average poppy song, nothing that excites me to be honest. Got to add that I appreciate the singers voice though. But, much like Terry I haven't found any Heart releases (or even Heart related) all that desirable (apart from the odd song) since Jupiter's Darling in 2004 - that's 13 years! Not losing hope to get another great Heart o
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29 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Baby Snakes hopefully at the end of March if all goes according to plan
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29 days ago
Lynchomaniac
This sounds promising, loved the PP debut - but detested the second one, Bigger btw.....
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4 weeks ago
Lynchomaniac
Yeah Figster, Soul Sirkus was another one of those with great promise, only to fall short of the expectations. Will add though, even if it's been a few years since the last time I heard the SS album - I still found it to be a tad bit more interesting than CF even if it's pretty badly produced....
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4 weeks ago
Lynchomaniac
This can go either way, but I won't judge anything until I have heard it - but I'd have to say that their choices of which songs to cover are for the most part hardly original
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4 weeks ago
Lynchomaniac
Great news, as I'm always stoked about new 'Snake material!
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4 weeks ago
Lynchomaniac
To clear up any misconceptions on my part; I just don't get the songs - like someone said earlier it feels like a jam-band, and to me it really does. It doesn't sound like they have spent much time creating the songs, but more along the lines of winging it. Even for a "jam-type" affair I really don't find an energy or a groove that seems to be somewhat engaging. Believe me I never expec
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4 weeks ago
Lynchomaniac
danrox Wrote: -- I would not say they > released a album worthy of the talent in that > lineup. Everything seemed rushed with them. My point exactly, it all sounds a little half assed.....
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4 weeks ago
Lynchomaniac
In all honesty I never could bite into all the hype and go all gung ho about this project, that initially seemed so promising on paper. As far as I'm concerned they never lived up to the hype created by record company and press - and maybe even more disappointing; not delivering even close to the potential of the band.... Just my 2 cents on the issue
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5 weeks ago
Lynchomaniac
Too many to mention but here's a few off the top of my mind; Dokken - Prisoner, Unchain The Night, Just Got Lucky Ozzy Osbourne - Shot In The Dark Yngwie Malmsteen - You Don't Remember - I'll Never Forget, Crystal Ball Tesla - Makin' Magic Bon Jovi - You Give Love A Bad Name AC/DC - Touch Too Much Thin Lizzy - Chinatown Deep Purple - Might Just Take Your Life Kiss - Cold Gin Europe -
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