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Wardy
Ditto, although I've currently only an 8gb and it's far too errr, small ;) Intend on upgrading to the 16 at some point \m/
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Yesterday
Wardy
Of course! No argument there, the hardwares (non Apple too I might add) certainly improved. Doesn't however excuse the companies for the complaints listed above ;)
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2 days ago
Wardy
Can't be sure but more than likely that was it Melodinikos. Being charged the same for a digital album as it would cost for it on CD is disgraceful. Thanks for finding the article ;)
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2 days ago
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Reason is the HUGE markup of their products they force upon Australian customers (Google it if you care) suffice to say it's madness and they make no qualms about it (and how stupid are we right?), the latest iPhone being a couple hundred bucks more here than anywhere else! But it's not only for hardware, a single iTunes song is often $2.19 while average albums cost about $17. Considering tha
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3 days ago
Wardy
After AC/DC took the plunge back in 2012 to go digital I notice since no other (local) digital store carries their records for sale including AUS stores!? Guess Apple have the monopoly over the AC/DC product which I guess is good business for some but kinda sucks for those not wanting to use (or in this case pay the high AUS asking prices) of Apple iTunes :(
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3 days ago
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Not quite sure about the 'sound similar' side of the thread but so far as Great singers go who rarely get props (or at least rarely enough props)... From back when and still going stong; David REECE. From Bangalore Choir's debut through Sircle Of Silence (a hugely underrated debut also marrying well the hard rock scene with the then new), right up to now (preferred highlight the Reece Kr
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5 days ago
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Hmmm, count me the odd one out then!? Granted there's some great material on offer but there's only a few tunes (so far) that get out of that 'typical bluesy riff deal' and go a little deeper, such was the previous record. Shadow Life gets a big tick for being just that, ie not as varied a release as its predecessor more than likely to do with the overblown length of the whole thing at 17 tun
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5 days ago
Wardy
LOL yep, October wasn't it? ;)
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5 days ago
Wardy
Any chance they were filming? Would make for a killer DVD... Yeah T fair call, and bloated saturation was certainly the case IMO with later-day Dream Theater at least like I said until last year :) Circus Maximus were great back when must check out their more recent stuff somehow missed the last couple releases.
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6 days ago
Wardy
Again, too soon to comment on album but love that first song. Certainly not hearing any drop in quality there and if that track is any indication, very promising!
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6 days ago
Wardy
Looking forward to Evergrey fer sure... Okay, Hemina worthy of more listens will delve in thanks!
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6 days ago
Wardy
And once again I will agree with you ozz! GREAT record...
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6 days ago
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Interesting Q Terry. Hard to explain but would think the major difference is sound particularly vocalists, keys or no keys, and just how much they like to prog. Depending on the levels of prog one likes varies what's good and what's not but personally speaking, keeping to the song in some form is the key fer these ears (looking at you Dream Theater but gotta hand it to em last years self tit
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7 days ago
Wardy
Really enjoying a lot of the progressive records these past couple years. Last years Fates Warning and self titled Dream Theater still being regulars and Redemption and Pagan's Mind always on rotation. This year loving what have heard so far of new Threshold (their March Of Madness was an Andrew recommendation and sensational it was!), and albeit not prog in the true sense the new Evergrey
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7 days ago
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While haven't heard their Vital Signs remaster I can vouch for Rock Candy's usual high standard of remastering and re-release work, the sound these guys bring to the old records is superior to the majority of other remasters within the genre! I'd suggest too it would be worth your while taking the chance, the additional liner notes etc always and added plus!
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8 days ago
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Yes indeed! And what's the go with Too Many Roads and Nothing But Rain, ballads or something else? Kinda looking at this one as their sophormore release anyways considering is their second with David and we know how sophomores can sink or swim LOL... Nah from the two tunes already I'm confident this will deliver well enough looking forward to the record arriving. I've a fairly broad inter
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9 days ago
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Would love to discuss and appreciate yer input already but you're a bit early LOL. I've not received CD in the post and really don't want to listen to the soundbites prefering to go in fresh once have entire album in hand. Will add though the title track was certainly cool but thought Change My World the better of the two, but do prefer the heavier stuff. Thought Identity Crisis was a grea
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9 days ago
Wardy
Cool :)
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11 days ago
Wardy
Reliable band & another good song!
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11 days ago
Wardy
Was thinking exactly this same thing...
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15 days ago
Wardy
Meh, even when singing Guns material he sounds himself at least to my ears. Guns are a hit and miss band to cover considering love em or hate em, the unique vocals of Axl... Actually surprised how well suited Myles sounded on the last Axl release (mostly cause of my preference for his Alter Bridge stuff at least at that time). In style it was IMO one of the more authentic 'old school' sound
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16 days ago
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Thought his first solo album with various vocalists was excellent and as big a Myles fan as I am wasn't so keen for the second with only Myles but was proven way wrong thought it was sensational in fact better overall than the Alter Bridge albums about that time... So really looking forward to this one (although first listen to the single wasn't too moved so put it aside and will instead grab
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19 days ago
Wardy
Wasn't quite the fan as many here were but always much respect and admiration for his talent and being one of the good guys. Knew he was loved by so many about these boards, condolences, and may he RIP. PS - Nice tribute page Andrew, thanks for sharing.
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19 days ago
Wardy
This one feels a little more later-day Mr. Big!? Won't comment on the sound until get official CD but so far as the tune goes; LIKE \m/
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21 days ago
Wardy
Yeah thought would have already too - looking forward to hearing something...
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23 days ago
Wardy
Iron Maiden ??? Van Halen Judas Priest Black Sabbath Saxon ACDC Aerosmith Led Zeppelin Deep Purple Rush Bad Company Scorpions UFO Cheap Trick Blue Oyster Cult Alice Cooper Kiss
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27 days ago
Wardy
Yeah, lots of impatience cause big expectations fer Evergrey too, great lead track sounds like a winner - both these records high on the wish list!
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27 days ago
Wardy
Yeah good call on Headspace ozz! Really liking this tune, nothing particularly different to the last record but hearing their typically unique sound. Reckon Threshold have some of the best melodies, whether heavy or soft, beautiful stuff! \m/
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29 days ago
Wardy
Howling rockers? Hmmm... Might give it a listen then.
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4 weeks ago
Wardy
Loving it! Heavier than the first one too... Already bought it on pre-order (Kivel needs get Paypal option!?) looking forward to this one already liking it more than their previous \m/ Cheers!
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