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7 days ago
Lynchomaniac
True keyboard legend, must have been a hell of good man too (lots of patience) to last that long with Malmsteen - as he is the musican that have the longest trackrecord with him RIP Mats
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7 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Ahhhh, sorry guys, but I only missed the H - thinking Alestorm here. Now there's a folksy Power Metal ensamble plodding, run of the mill, nothing spectacular rehash of bad ideas.... Checked out the one with H now, and definately not Power Metal, but not my cup of tea either - so definately nothing I would buy....
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7 days ago
Lynchomaniac
IMO a very underrated album, and as some said meant to be a Coverdale soloalbum. That probably explains the difference in sound in the songs (for the most part) as well as the sonic side meaning production. Still there's plenty of great tunes on there; Too Many Tears,Restless Heart, Woman Trouble Blues, Can't Go On, All In The Name Of Love, You're So Fine, Crying and the Japan only Can't Stop
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14 days ago
Lynchomaniac
By far the best Poison album, great idea!
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14 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Good for you Steve, I have be en "missing out" on them for years - and I plan to continue that rouge. Run of the mill Power Metal stuff IMO, but each to their own I guess....
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14 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Don't know their entire catalogue, but the first couple or 3 maybe was very good. As were S/T, Bad Animals and Brigade , and IMO Jupiter's Darling surpasses any other album since Brigade. Massively underrated album Jupiter's Darling :)
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14 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Electric Boys and DRN are the only ones standing out to me so far. Stan Bush is ok too, as was Gotthard back in the day - but I'm hoping for something more interesting. But knowing me and my mates we're probably going anyway.....
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14 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Not heard the second album yet but the 1'st one continued much in the same vein where the Owers-brothers left off with the Lionsheart debut. Whitesnake-tingled bluesy Hard rock, great stuff even if the overall impression of the album is slightly ruined by a weak production IMO
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14 days ago
Lynchomaniac
The last 2 I can remember is; Star One - Victims Of The Modern Age Rush - Snakes & Arrows
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18 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Damn, that was alot quicker than I had expected, the last thing I read was April.... But Yeah, stoked indeeeed even if it's just a single release :)
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18 days ago
Lynchomaniac
I would say Grin an Bear It is an acquired taste and the same goes for the debut (the so-called Black) Ep. IMO Stand In Line, Screaming Symphony, Answer To The Master, Victim Of The System (Ep) and the aforementioned Eye Of The Hurricane, are the true highlights of Impellitteri's career. System X and Wicked Maiden was ok, but nothing compared to the highlights listed above...
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19 days ago
Lynchomaniac
His later albums have been a little bit of bit and miss affairs. But I must admit that the samples off this new one Venom sounds good good enough to keep me interrested in checking out the album. "Lifelong" fans like myself (no diehard though) that have been following the band since the start, deserve a decent record as Eye Of The Hurricane way back in 98 was the last great one IMO. So
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19 days ago
Lynchomaniac
I like it, might not be the best chorus they ever had. But War Of Kings has a epic Rainbow Dio-era feel, really cool. As for Europe not having choruses at all since the comeback with Start From The Dark, and that their music sounds "Grungy" is just nonsense. Yeah, it's harder and more edgy, but the melodic foundation shines through all the way. Variation is another keyword, as the vari
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19 days ago
Lynchomaniac
So much to look forward to, thanks alot adolfo - great list! Considering we're only a month and 12 days into the new year, I'd have to say it has Rocked off pretty solid so far. Especially Sweet & Lynch and Jorn Lande & Trond Holter - Dracula Swing Of Death have kickstarted the year in a fantastic manner. Can't wait for the rest, cos by the look of the list it's got the promise of a eu
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27 days ago
Lynchomaniac
If you'd twist my arm I'd have to say WS, but certainly not by a mile. Along with the excellent Sound Mountain Sessions, easily the 3 best LM-releases. A little early to pass judgement on Sun Red Sun just yet for me, but it's growing on me with each listen. So much so that I'm thinking that I prefer it over the otherwise good Smoke and Mirrors. Ranking at the moment, first 3 certainly pla
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5 weeks ago
Lynchomaniac
Don't know if it's been remastered yet, but I would love to hear a remastered version of Krokus - Change Of Address My version stinks sonically.... Crown Of Thorns - Breakthrough and Lost Cathedral could do with a touch up too....
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5 weeks ago
Lynchomaniac
Don't know if it's been remastered yet, but I would love to hear a remastered version of Krokus - Change Of Address My version stinks sonically....
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6 weeks ago
Lynchomaniac
As much as I love the classics; Wheels Of Steel, Strong Arm Of The Law and Denim and Leather, I have always had a soft spot for the more commercial Saxon material. The trinity of Innocence Is No Excuse, Rock The Nations and Destiny have always stood up against the aforementioned IMO!
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6 weeks ago
Lynchomaniac
A must have for me (Lynch of course), even if some of the musicians picked aren't really my cup tea.....
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6 weeks ago
Lynchomaniac
Can't wait for this one, hopefully one of the best releases of 2015!
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11 months 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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1 year 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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1 year 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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1 year 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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1 year 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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1 year 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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1 year 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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1 year 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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1 year 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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1 year 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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