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3 days ago
Wardy
Thanks for link \m/
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6 days ago
Wardy
Getting Reece onboard was supersmart! Can't wait for the new record \m/
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6 days ago
Wardy
Yeah thought the same and LOVE those vocals. Asside from one maybe two other songs though wasn't quite as taken with the album as was with this particular song (album came out last year!) Look forward to what they comeup with next!
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9 days ago
Wardy
Yeah. Certainly a record that rewards with repeat listens, and reckon this record will be looked back on as far better than first perceived (certainly hope so anyways cause it's pretty great ;)
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10 days ago
Wardy
Cool. I hear the production issue too, kinda sucks some life energy outta the whole thing leaving it a bit flat here and there, but thankfully nothing lost enjoyment wise fer my ears :) I actually liked Nostradamus for what it was. Yeah it coulda and shoulda been reduced to a single disc but thought there was a good number of worthy tunes (ALONE is essential IMO, very very cool)... But fi
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10 days ago
Wardy
This was from Dave nearly couple weeks ago, thought though would start a new thread now album has been out for a week! Any changes to your opinion since Dave? Have posted own after your original thoughts... Posted by: Aussie Dave Date: July 03, 2014 03:49PM On first couple of spins, it's pretty solid from start to finish. I think the production is lacking some punch, but the songs are goo
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18 days ago
Wardy
And can't argue with that, nicely said ;)
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18 days ago
Wardy
Not even close to 12 yet, just listened back through 7 or 8 this weekend (enjoyable too!) but will get there ;)
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18 days ago
Wardy
Nice to know we're not alone ;) Ya know after reading this from D and like I mentioned other artists opinions on the whole shebang, while this goes against my own passion for the album, think EP's are probably the safest middle ground route to take moving forward even if to just weather the storm for a while. Although to my mind an EP needs be at least 5 original songs probably spoiling fer 7
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19 days ago
Wardy
We've covered this before and this exact thing has been discussed by artists for a time also and yeah, like you I think most of us from the album age are worried about where it goes from here. Astbury and Def Lepard of late have suggested moving forward it might be about releasing songs only maybe EP length etc (although they've cotradicted that too)... Dunno, scene is worrying and where it a
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22 days ago
Wardy
Thanks Figge appreciated yer input, and intention of the thread just got proven, some music discussion and perhaps discovering some missed quality releases. Reading your list already am realizing never actually got back to Army Of One!? I was surprised by how much I enjoyed Dimeo singing for Masterplan Jorn no easy shoe to fill and all, but no, somehow overlooked this Riot release so investigat
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22 days ago
Wardy
Don't quote me dan but from what I've read online THINK they're additional studio tracks!? And if that is the case agree with you that's the edition ya'd wanna grab \m/
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23 days ago
Wardy
About the same Ydde, ABOUT the same give or take ;) But JB Hi-Fi (at least in my corner) are pretty consistent these days, offerring most new releases for a little under $20 deluxe bonus editions. Granted most releases here are import at best so expect an average of $25 and higher :( But like I said, iTunes pretty much charge the exact same cost for NO packaging often NO lyrics/liner ext
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23 days ago
Wardy
Meh, bit o time to kill for a change and haven't made a list in a while... Gonna absolutely keep this as within the MR genre as possible (granted we each have varying ideas of what defines that box, debate best left for other threads ;) So, any recent MR records that might make yer desert island lists? You know the kinda record that matches yer best of the best from the genre's heyday??? A
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23 days ago
Wardy
Obviously in the minority then considering could live with never hearing another Eagles rendition ever again yet could watch this dude all day hmmm...
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24 days ago
Wardy
SO good \m/
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24 days ago
Wardy
KXM? Well kinda yeah, although ya could also say 4 I guess; pge 1 is front cover, open to pages 2&3, 4th is back page - No lyrics
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24 days ago
Wardy
Yeah get yer frustration TK cause frustrates the heck outta me too. Recent KXM was rather ordinary too, 4 pages no lyrics nothing much art wise nothing to want to part with the cash but thankfully a photo and saved by what is an otherwise incredibly cool record \m/ Appreciate too it's a cost many can't afford but still, doesn't mean it ain't disappointing. Thing is here they charge just as mu
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26 days ago
Wardy
Never loved Pornograffiti quite like the masses but thought it pretty good and III Sides was magnificent and still sounds so today. But Punchline is interesting and to my ears is actually one of the lost greats of the genre. While a brooding departure and slight nod (or backlash if you choose) to the 90's scene, the record offered some awesome stuff regardless. Cynical is one of their fines
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26 days ago
Wardy
Very AOR Foreigner oversaturated in keys and all that jazz, so in 88 it shoulda done well enough!? ;) Although one of the worst cover arts for that period too...
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26 days ago
Wardy
Can't hear it all yet Dave our DownUnder release is until next, other than the opening tune there's nothing grabbing me yet so gonna cross the fingers and check out the tunes you suggest, particularly Battle Cry when can \m/ Thing is I quite liked Nostradamus for what it was, some good tunes on that one so certainly not going dismiss this yet ;)
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27 days ago
Wardy
Fun video LOL cheers for the link. But being old school at the end of the day not bothered about what the video does or doesn't convey, take the song as I please and blast it farking LOUD along with the record cause that's what it deserves! GREAT album! \m/
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27 days ago
Wardy
Yep, agree with Dave. But Peach Fuzz is worth the time too, wasn't exactly a new album but considering it contains leftovers and B-sides mostly from the Strength and AnimalsWHI recordings makes it also a solid listen \m/
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29 days ago
Wardy
Was never able to get into the first record for whatever reason? Always found it a tad too bubblegum or something but personally think Strength is an absolute must have! After a time frustrated with it due no doubt to my reluctance with the debut, Strength came outta no-where and have been celebrating its brilliance since. Followup Animals With Human Intelligence came a very close second to it
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29 days ago
Wardy
Yeah that's it though cool for the fans. Certainly not one myself but much respect moreso now for those records setting the scene as they did. Can hear why these new songs weren't used for the mostpart they lack the OTT approach required back then and think the label was likely right keeping New Jersey to the single disc/record it was. But don't think on this occassion at least that's the i
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29 days ago
Wardy
I think the Springsteen influece shines through even stronger on many of these demos!? Interesting listen too james, wasn't aware they were releasing such a package very cool for the fans ;)
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29 days ago
Wardy
Surfpunk Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Too many bands just playing it safe this year. While don't think Simpicity quite falls into that catagory certainly can't disagree with this!
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30 days ago
Wardy
HA! Well yes Terry, twice right! And so far that's two of me that likes the record hmmm!? ;)
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30 days ago
Wardy
Nice! \m/
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4 weeks ago
Wardy
Weirdly, agree and disagree as find the album way too long too slow too often and the headbanging is measured at best, but having had some time with the album now (hardcopy arrived couple weeks back), finding quite a few gems fer sure. Just commented with this on Andrew's review over on the mainpage; Yeah perhaps there is some reliance on brand and having heard it all before but Simplicity st
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