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Lynchomaniac
As far as I know the only recording Viv did with Whitesnake that has been released is the solo on the Give Me All Your Love 88 video mix. Why the animosity for Shadow King? Could never understand that, still don't actually. I appreciate Riverdogs, but to these ears that album is pales in comparison to Shadow King. IMO SK is overlooked and undervalued - great songs and ditto performances, a re
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Lynchomaniac
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > We only > get one go-round,eh? T But; ....In The Round - In Your Face ;)
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Lynchomaniac
Brockmann, West and Boals + DC that makes 4 mate
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Yesterday
Lynchomaniac
I remember they had backup singers for the Sweden Rock gig, but for the Dio tour I can't really remember. But most bands use backing tapes for choirs at least. Ya see not everybody execute these things as flawlessly as King's X, Styx or Spock's Beard ;)
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Yesterday
Lynchomaniac
Yeah, definitely great to see both acts up and running - certainly hope there will be no conflicting schedules with Vinny contributiing in both bands. Mostly surprised by Viv's willingness to do this, as the slander between him and RJD when he said he wasn't particularly proud of what they did back in the day - and that he had no will to do Metal anymore. But yeah, a welcomed comeback, and fin
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Yesterday
Lynchomaniac
Great live both times I've seen them, once with John West and with Mark Boals - they really can carry it off si no worries in that departement :)
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Yesterday
Lynchomaniac
As long as we're not talking Bell-era, I'm with Figge here :)
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Yesterday
Lynchomaniac
Aching to hear this one, although I wasn't completely sold on the tracks previewed. Meanwhile I really enjoying the other Dio-spinoff Resurrection Kings - stellar stuff
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Yesterday
Lynchomaniac
19th of February in Europe, would have expected the releasedate to be pushed back with the passing of Jimmy Bain - but it doesn't seem so....
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Yesterday
Lynchomaniac
Spot on Steve - sounds like we have a very similar story regarding RH; saw them supporting Dio and became a fan. Prefer the John West albums above the others although I like/love all era's of the band with the exception of the first two. Only want to add X is less progressive than any other RH album, a lot more straightforward - but a great album nevertheless. My favorites are Fear, Watchers a
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3 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Shame, I thought that most of their audience would have liked them to release a new - as that demographic still buys records
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3 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Yeah do that, I'll be shure to rat you out buddy ;)
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3 days ago
Lynchomaniac
As is 2 bands with friends of mine, Permian Incident and NiteRain both of which have been getting my votes in the poll.
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3 days ago
Lynchomaniac
I had seen a couple of videos on the TV from the first two releases but nothing that truly excited me, but I had this deal with a friend of mine to swap cassettes (originals only)as both of us in the mid to late teens being short of money. He had just bought Operation Mindcrime and didn't care much for it as he was more into more harder edged stuff. So I got that from him and God knows what he go
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4 days ago
Lynchomaniac
I never knew that Chas was in Lynch Mob, I actually thought that there had been some confusion, and that it had been only on West in the band and that was John. As far as I know nothing has been released with either of the two, but I would love to hear the John West demos, one of my favorite singers in one of my favorite bands - would have been awesome to get my hands on those recordings. Abso
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5 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Yeah, even back then they where a great band - but IMO then went on to even greater things from RFO until Empire which to these ears still today is one of the strongest 3 subsequent albums in a row ever released. Today I'm only glad we've got a great band, playing music most fans want to hear - without Tate's antics and bad performances :)
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5 days ago
Lynchomaniac
IMO neither songwriting nor production on RK-album sounds like a usual ADV product, and that's just one of the things that's refreshing about it. Then again harder edged stuff like this never was he is known for, whereas the more melodic and AOR type stuff is where he leaves his mark all over the albums - but definitely not this time around!
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5 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Compared to the little that I've heard from Last In Line which IMO is a fair comparison - and measured up against just about every Craig Goldy release (even Dream Evil and Magica) I really think that this is a damn solid piece of work from the guys. Then again, that just proves how different we all see our music and how we approach it all in terms of expectations. I was sceptical to begin with
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5 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Thanks a lot for an insightful look into Astonishing Ramsey, before I have heard a note of the thing. Will listen to it soon, but I might be biased now after reading your comments - but that's one me since I was curious about the thing as the latest album gave me a little belief in DT again. Now let's see how we compare notes when I get round to check out the album
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7 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Just listening to Nordic Union myself and it sounds really promising, only the the ballad that I didn't think too much of. But yet another great release at the end of the month
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7 days ago
Lynchomaniac
No doubt about that Paul vocals was and still are stellar, but to be honest there's something muddy and weak produtionwise on all the albums he did even if the songs are there. My fave PR release from BC is that latterday live from Vegas (I believe it was). But I absolutely love Holy Water, probably my favorite BC album, but also Dangerous Age and Here Comes Trouble - and to a lesser degree Compa
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7 days ago
Lynchomaniac
So both Chas West and John West have been in both Badlands and Lynch Mob respectively without having any other than live performances to show for?
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8 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Spot on Hustler, exactly the way I feel about it too mentioned in the 29th January post below
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8 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Simon & Garfunkel bores me to tears, Disturbed is not for me - but yeah we've got a few requests for this one at the pub where I work so I've heard it. Some people like it but most of the clientele seem indifferent about it, and some like yours truly utterly hate it!
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8 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Gotta say with a 3 maybe 4 exceptions there's not much agreement between Mick and regarding his bands best tracks. Spellbinder is to me one of the most boring tracks they have released.....
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8 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Nah mate they surely don't, but; Delta Deep is the other way around, Collen in a new band! As with Last In Line, the foundation for that band was laid down in the 80's - only with a new singer! So is IMO quite a different story when a new guy enters to replace a cornerstone and dominant figure in terms of contribution to the songwriting in an long existing lineup (the core of which was DC, D
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8 days ago
Lynchomaniac
Another top notch release on the date; Resurrection Kings awesome record that I just had to check out on Spotify eventhough I already had pre-ordered it from Amazon! Can't wait to get my hands on it, as I was more than happy with what I heard online :)
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8 days ago
Lynchomaniac
As far as a new album goes hell yeah I always look forward to new music from King Cov and his Mighty Snake. Having said that, I see some are praising Hoekstra's songwriting capabilities - and to some degree I'd have to say that I agree. But surely his soloalbum doesn't sound like something that you would expect from Whitesnake. Being that Doug and David clicked so well on all boxes also as songwr
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9 days ago
Lynchomaniac
To some degree I'd have to give you partially right, most of the album is of that special quality that it could serve as an inspiration to raise the bar for all peers. But we have to disagree on the part where you are saying that there's no bad song in sight on the album. A Life To Die For is for me not only their weakest ballad but it might also be the weakest song they have released since t
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10 days ago
Lynchomaniac
I see them as the new Scorpions as the released compilations every other week a few years ago - but hell even they have released a few studio recordings the last 10 odd years. I can appreciate that it's for a worthy cause - and of course they wouldn't release new music under those circumstances, but I guess as Andrew said that Peter is on to something here. Having said that I can't really see
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