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Lynchomaniac
Can't say I've been following Death Angel consistently throughout their career, but I have been checking them out from time to time, and as well as their first 3 or 4 albums I liked Killing Season and and to a certain degree Relentless Retribution. Not checked out The Dream Calls Out For Blood as that one escaped me somehow. From what I've heard so far from the new one The Evil Divide got to say
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3 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Thanks, didn't know that - never really investigated Plasmatics so they sort of escaped me...
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4 days ago
Lynchomaniac
So 2 VX songs, 4 COT songs, 1 or 2 Ramones covers (depending on if Sedated is I Wanna Be Sedated) Feel the Heat from his Solo-career, a Zeppelin cover (I presume as he has played it before with COT) in Rock'n' Roll, and The Kiss track he has co-written - so apart from being unsure about Sedated the only track I'm not familiar with is MasterPlan... Good setlist - but with so many albums to pic
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4 days ago
Lynchomaniac
And oh, Volbeat - nothing that excites me in anyway, completely clueless to why those guys have made it so big. Rehashed Metallica and The Cult riffs, with vocals so damn annoying like a screaming Ian Astbury with a cold on a extremely bad night... Again hate with a passion!!!
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4 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Did the set he play compile mostly of Crown Of Thorns and Voodoo X songs? Going to Rockingham in October and I really would like a heads up on what to expect when seeing his show there. Great tune, and more than decently played BTW
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4 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Too bad the sound was bad - but for me his lineup couldn't be more ideal as WS and LM are among my favorite bands so what a two nighter. Seeing the Snakes for the 9 and 10 time in a about months time and I can't wait, still I wish that I could have lived in your "neck of the woods" during these concerts
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6 days ago
Lynchomaniac
I know it's being recognized as their masterpiece, but my two cents worth is that they have a few albums that rivals 4 as Zep's best.
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6 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Do you still play the ones you've got then Adolfo?
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6 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Great band, these guys use their spare time off from Ken Hensley live (and occasional recordings) to do their own thing. Live Fire is the name of the band when backing Hensley. Amazing vocals and bass courtesy of Italian Roberto Trianti (Labyrinth), on guitars is Ken Ingwersen (ex- Street Legal, he also has a solo project called Ken's Dojo) and he has made his name known in the Norwegian music
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6 days ago
Lynchomaniac
We might have had this discussion before, if so I'm sorry - but that is probably so long ago that I can't recall it. So here it goes; Do you listen to instrumental albums, at all (anymore)? Regarding the last remark in the former sentence; Is this a thing of the past? Shure there's new instrumental albums being released still - but maybe not the extent it was back in the late 80's and earl
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6 days ago
Lynchomaniac
You probably should check out Wings Of Heaven and Vigilante Terry, put that on your to do list - and throw in Sleepwalking as well ;)
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6 days ago
Lynchomaniac
They were very good at Sweden Rock, but not as superb as they were at last year's Rockingham - that was simply stunning, for me the highlight of last year's festival!
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6 days ago
Lynchomaniac
A friendly soul, talkative with a big smile on his face - class act really :)
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7 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Then again rocknut, music is and will forever be a subjective thing - to quote Deep Purple "One man's meat is the other man's lousy luck One man's meat is someone's empty well One man's meat is some guy's aching butt One man's meat is another man's living hell" Not that I to a certain extent don't agree with your viewpoint, but still I would have to argue overall it's mostly sub
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7 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Met alot of Norwegian and Scandinavian musicians as well of course; Ronni Le Tekrö Trond Holter Tore Moren Jørn Lande Morty Black Sid Ringsby Odd René Andersen Willy Bendiksen Jimmy Iversen Trond Øien Dag Ingebrigtsen Diesel Dahl Roger Gilton Steinar Krokstad Ole Petter Hansen Rino Johannessen Janne Titz Ken Ingwersen Åge Sten Nilsen Coldspell Return Circus Maximus S
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7 days ago
Lynchomaniac
For me Brother Firetribe is very pedestrian, nothing that I've heard by them excites me in any kind of way. I remember having my hopes high after reading several rave reviews, and my friends said that this is one of the most exciting bands of the scene today. But when I decided to check them out, it just fell through for me song after song - what annoys me the most is that I know which note to ex
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7 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Most of the guys I've met have been friendly and sociable, some to a lesser degree than others but as I said for the most part friendly. George Lynch John Norum Jeff Scott Soto Joe Lynn Turner Don Dokken Barry Sparks Mick Brown Jon Levin Eric Singer Phil Kennemore Dave Meniketti Doug Pinnick Jerry Gaskill Bruno Ravel Steve West Rob Marcello Brian Robertson (1 bad encounter, 2'n
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7 days ago
Lynchomaniac
U2, easily the most overrated band in history - hate them with a passion Bjørk, since when did singing out of key become an inventing feature? Coldplay, bore me to tears Spingsteen, some good songs but way overrated Blur Radiohead Yes, apart from a few songs Gentle Giant Jethro Tull Slipknot and all other NU Metal crap Soilwork Venom, apart from the comic factor.... Nearly every Bl
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7 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Yeah, Hold Your Fire was the first Rush studio album I really could dig wholeheartedly back in the day - and what an introduction it was into the magical world of a fantastic band. Great hooks too :)
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7 days ago
Lynchomaniac
I recognize where you are coming from - the first time I remember hearing Rush was when Hear'n Aid was released and as a early teen I used to laugh at their live version of Distant Early Warning on that album especially Geddy's vocals. But several years later in the 90's I was at a friends house and he put on A Show Of Hands on VHS (remember those days guys) and I began to warm to Geddy's voice
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7 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Jeebuz, how could I forget to include that one - upper half, between Grace and Presto perhaps, thanks for the heads up Figge. Then again the list could be changing all the time, apart from the first two and the last two on my list and the nineties output for the most part staying at the bottom half, are the only ones I'm being dead shure about
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8 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Moving Pictures Snakes & Arrows Power Windows Hold Your Fire Grace Under Pressure Presto Fly By Night A Farewell To Kings Hemispheres Clockwork Angels Roll The Bones Rush Signals Caress Of Steel 2112 Counterparts Test For Echo Vapor Trails in it's original mix it's a disaster Gotta add that the nineties didn't fare all that well with the otherwise so brilliant band - IMO b
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9 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Vigilante On A Storyteller's Night Sleepwalking Brand New Morning Wings Of Heaven Princess Alice And The Broken Arrow Chase The Dragon Into The Valley Of The Moonking Goodnight L.A. Rock Art Last few albums have been pretty much so & so for me, and I gotta admit I'm struggling with the first two - apart from the occasional song here and there
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9 days ago
Lynchomaniac
I'm with Figge on the subject, so even if might sound more like Lynn Turner era Rainbow (because at times it does admittedly), the cover reads Deep Purple and Paice & Lord hasn't been involved in anything regarding Rainbow
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11 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Many great calls, also a few that slipped through the cracks for me I see. Kharma - Wonderland is the only one I'm missing on the top of my head.....
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11 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Rising Bent Out Shape Long Live Rock'n'Roll Stranger In Us All Straight Between The Eyes Down To Earth S/T (With another backing band, and a sharper production this one could've been higher on the list) Difficult To Cure
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11 days ago
Lynchomaniac
How is Eddie these days, still staying off the bottle? ;) On a more serious note, the first album is close to unparalelled in Rock history - agree with Warrior regarding Women and Children First too
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11 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Too right regarding Dan Huff, single version was from 88 I believe, not on the album - as far as I know only on single and compilation albums maybe on albums as a bonus track. But ddefinitely not the the original album release at least
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11 days ago
Lynchomaniac
1987 Saints and Sinners Slide It In Ready an Willing Come And Get It Forevermore Good To Be Bad Live In The Shadow Of The Blues (because of the studio tracks) Restless Heart Trouble Snakebite (Whitesnake EP) Purple Album Slip Of The Tongue Lovehunter Into The Light
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12 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Sad news, RIP Trent Liked some Magellan, loved the first Explorer's Club album
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