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Wardy
Not my cup of tea but for what it is pretty cool, surely there's a crowd out there for this kinda stuff - hope you guys get to take the next steps ya need :)
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2 days ago
Wardy
Exactly my thoughts too before hearing the record. HUGE fan of the Tarja era, respectfully not on board for the Annette period albeit DPP wasn't too bad, but absolutely enjoying this one, Floor balances both periods with ease and to my ears the songs have far more depth than anything since Once. Elan fits within the record nicely enough, while have warmed to it do think it too easy too safe
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2 days ago
Wardy
What Warrior said and also check on eBay for 'flats' being sold. They look like mini posters of said LP covers but otherwise no, not sure of anywhere that sells official LP covers only!?
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4 days ago
Wardy
https://www.facebook.com/BONFIREofficial Kinda a mishmash of all things 'Glorious' but certainly gives these ears a decent impression and whatever the heck the track is about the 1:08mark sounds super excellent! \m/
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5 days ago
Wardy
Cool post, will check em out!
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5 days ago
Wardy
Hey, have given this one a few spins through (SO want to hear the guitar solo now aaaargh!) and again, get why some might be disappointed but to each their own. I'll throw it out there now, along with David fronting Wicked Sensation's Adrenaline Rush last year and now this tune, this is some fine form Reece for any of his fans and the material has all been tops! Crossing my fingers for th
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5 days ago
Wardy
Again, can appreciate those disappointed when comparing to old BF but with Snake for the mostpart, can't recall enough about old Bonfire other than they were okay so completely looking at this as a new Reece fronted release and think this is a cracking tune. Am a Reece nut mind, so for what it's worth ;)
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6 days ago
Wardy
Good on ya Dave. It's the world we live in I mean heck, right or wong the whole thing had been uploaded for a few days on YT fer crying out loud... So long as we still purchase products ya know!? ;) And from what I've heard, much like I did with new Europe doing a complete 180 with this thing too, this record sounds fantastic! Firstly Floor brings a tasty balance of both previous singers and
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7 days ago
Wardy
???
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8 days ago
Wardy
Agree on all points above. Surely the VH brothers have the common sense to see it's not Hagar that loses out by not remastering those records (heck he readily admits he doesn't need the cash) but it's us the fans that lose!? Deflep above gets my thumbs up, Ed and co certainly did get more creative during the Sammy era thanks in no small part to Sam, well said. They certainly remain one
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8 days ago
Wardy
Right up there fer sure A! \m/
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9 days ago
Wardy
Cool, cheers Carl :)
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9 days ago
Wardy
Sure but looking past the mediocre sound and whatnot, the guys got good range and has a kinda EveryMothersNightmare SlikToxic era vibe about his vocal. Not too bad certainly going to give this a fair listen being open minded see how things play out \m/
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10 days ago
Wardy
Corabi just took over vocals for Jon Stevens in The Dead Daisies...
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10 days ago
Wardy
Finally got back to this and yeah, was thinking the same. Threshold, although will add their latest For The Journey to that list too ;)
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11 days ago
Wardy
Prob need narrow it down some, what kinda progrock is he into? Classic as in from back in the day, or classic as in the quality and something more recent? Melodic means NOT metal or as prog can often be covering a broad range of styles?
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12 days ago
Wardy
They're not essential nor ever were must haves back in the day. Having said that can appreciate comments regarding some of the stronger releases most from back whn. Personally one of my fave Angels records was The Angels Liveline (Angel City fer folks stateside). So yeah, not against em but not essential either, prefer the live DVD these days ;)
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13 days ago
Wardy
Shame but do appreciate those saying it doesn't sound like their Bonfire. Get it, but taken for what it is reckon this rocks spot on but that said am a huge fan of Reece so... To each their own :)
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13 days ago
Wardy
http://www.melodicrock.com/ (scroll down Monday 16 March) WOW! Not sure whether it will satisfy diehards but wasn't sure what to expect but this is right up my alley thankyou very much \m/
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13 days ago
Wardy
So long as we're talking new studio records (some of these have played shows but nothing new recorded) and some mentioned by others already; GUN (original lineup) TANGIER (original lineup) LITTLE ANGELS EYEWITNESS WAR BABIES KIK TRACEE SPREAD EAGLE SAIGON KICK HEAVY BONES HURRICANE FREAK OF NATURE
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14 days ago
Wardy
Spot on Warrior! Using for example DreamTheater, to these ears they did exactly that for too long toward their later career and only with their 2013 self titled did they IMO pull it back in focussing again at last on the 'song' yet still giving the listener epic progressive madness (at its best ;) Another fine example from that year was Fates Warning's And Yet It Moves clocking in about 20mins
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14 days ago
Wardy
Progrockers always throw em in and that's to be expected LOL... But if we were to look back at most eras the big epic openers were and continue to be IMO where these work best! White Lion did good with Lights And Thunder but jump forward to now and there's plenty big epic numbers opening albums again and rightly so too IMO so long as the song is good and all. Count me in :)
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14 days ago
Wardy
Yeah based on the first couple listens wasn't too sure but has grown fer sure think it's a cracking album easily their best since Secret Society! Not sure the mix is as good as it could have been and reckon the tracklisting gets a tad too slow too soon the album really kicks back into gear and maintains things from about midway through, but meh nitpicking there, very happy with the record! Ma
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15 days ago
Wardy
HA! No I don't but have seen enough of it to appreciate the comment (used to casually watch it if it came on just to sneak peaks at their comic shop - so much cool stuff there loves me a comic shop browse ;)
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15 days ago
Wardy
Yeah same deal prefer the harder stuff but that said these guys get it very right. If you are considering the studio records I'd recommend Rise Up over the first, maybe overall a little more to your liking!? Good stuff!
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15 days ago
Wardy
Wonder Days The Thing I Want Resurrection Day Chasing Shadows Broken And, The Rain which I think is wonderful and shoulda closed out the album just feel at track 3 it's a little too soon moving away from the errr, thunder!? ;) Regardless is a great track :)
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15 days ago
Wardy
Onwards was excellent too! Maybe a tad less focused although that seems harsh to say considering the conceptual natuer of the record (don't let that scare ya either, song for song stands up ya know!?) I dunno, lotsa head bashing here but maybe a little less colour, less of the light and shade that came with the following albums? Maybe... Either would certainly recommend picking Onwards up
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16 days ago
Wardy
Thanks Rob ya know I remember checking it out but can't recall much about it. An EP I think it was!? Will check it out again...
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16 days ago
Wardy
Was this posted about already? Sorry if it was (can't find a thread but who knows what it might've been titled)... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K97fin17UIw&feature=youtu.be Myles guests on this new track from Lee Richards and Crane of Ugly Kid Joe (fun video too). Quite like this one will be interesting to hear the record (new Ugly Kid Joe on the way too hope they go this way and w
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16 days ago
Wardy
Meh, doubt it, other than usual internet gossip not much more has come of that timing coincidental perhaps? Maybe Jon will answer things better down the track and will be interested to hear where he takes his career from here? Another door opens kinda deal certainly hopes this opens the doors for a full blown Noiseworks tour in support of their soon to be released new record the first since 199
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