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Paul Ryan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Metallica are my favourite band of all time. As > good as that song is, the guitar riff is stolen > from Alone In The Dark by my second favourite band > Testament!! > > Paul I hear it too Paul but tbh it's a fairly standard riff, certainly IMO not unique as such and there's some differences?
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Would too if we could, love Adele.
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4 days ago
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Yep, nothing too unique but damn fine hard rock! Quite like the sound of that singke, thanks for the heads up.
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5 days ago
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Steelheart's second record too...
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Flet Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Circle II Circle - Burden of Truth > Guns N Roses - Appetite > Lynch Mob - Wicked Sensation You mean CIIC Watching In Silence ?
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6 days ago
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Long Cold Winter and Sahara fer sure! And yes too for Pornograffitti Ramsay... Another from me; Thunder - Laughing On Judgment Day
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6 days ago
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Tyketto Alter Bridge Beggars & Thieves Blaze (Bayley) Candlebox Poisonblack The Dead Daisies
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6 days ago
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Some great threads here of late and this one always intrigued me. Given the dreaded sophomore tag, what sophomore do you actually, without hesitation or question prefer over the debut? Over well received debuts? Might actually be a few but these are the first that come to mind, perhaps some unusuals, but definites fer me; GUN - Gallus Tangier - Four Winds Enuff Z'Nuff - Strength Ki
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6 days ago
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mhenders Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Black 'n Blue - S/T, Without Love, Nasty Nasty, In > Heat > > House of Lords - Come to My Kingdom, World Upside > Down, Cartesian Dreams, Big Money....would also > include Precious Metal and Indestructible Yep, I considered those as well (only trolling through my collection last week noticing
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6 days ago
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Queensryche and Maiden get 5 apiece in my books! Maiden get Beast through Seventh Son and Warning through Promised Land for Queensryche. I will second DIO and a few others mentioned and add; Huey Lewis And The News - Picture This, Sports, FORE, Small World . Bruce Dickinson - Skunkworks, Accident Of Birth, Chemical Wedding, Tyranny Of Souls (Australia's) The Angels - Any 4 either side
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7 days ago
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Scott Watson Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > He needs to go back to his pre 1987 bluesy sound. > I much prefer that anyway. His trying to sound > like robert plant has NEVER sound good to me. Oh yeah I mean not saying he should or shouldn't either way, just showing some love for The Purple Album, expectef little but for what it was I thoroughly
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7 days ago
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His very intention was to give those tunes an 87 and more modern Whitesnake sound, so while some wished otherwise think he delivered exactly that and think the Purple album would serve the perfect swansong :) But certainly open to another record ;)
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7 days ago
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Yep. buy digital singles or those only two good tracks from sub-par records but otherwise it's CD all the way, making such a choice DownUnder mafe all the more easier by digital crowds here overcharging for years, most prices on par with CDs bought locally although GooglePlay have been making some improvements bringing some digital prices down of late :)
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Warrior21 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Don Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Thanks. I did burn a copy on CD-R after > > purchasing it. I like to have a hard copy of > > everything - including any albums I > > purchase/download from iTunes. > > Cheers, > > Don >
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7 days ago
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If you still have it try copyijg it direct to a CDR Don. See previous posts sometimes it transfers fine at least then you still have it on CD tomlisten to...
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7 days ago
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Yeah what InToronto said, just copy to a CDR of sorts at least that way you've preserved a listenable audio CD to tuck into your jewel case. Usually if you get onto it quick even when a CD craps itself it will still lazer copy (is that the right term? Being all tech and all I've no idea LOL) with no probs.
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10 days ago
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Figge Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Mob Rules - It's an OK album actually but nothing > I get the urge to play today and Turn Up The Night > is the real standout on the album. Nothing apart > from that song comes close to anything on Heaven & > Hell, IMHO. That's why I added the "Songs I really > like on albums I don't love"
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11 days ago
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K thanks.
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11 days ago
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Hustler Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Better than the last couple QR albums? Not even > close. That's what I said but to each their own ;)
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11 days ago
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Thanks Son unfortunately Amazon have never opened their doors to digital purchases such as mp3s DownUnder. They almost did a few years ago but never went ahead. But thanks for the response :)
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11 days ago
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Are the new singles My Champion in particular abailable on iTunes? Want to buy decent audio copy but still nothing on GooglePlay or elsewhere but not a user of iTunes, shame if they're exclusive kinda shitty actually... Just interested, may not even be an official single, or could always be just a region thing (DownUnder) delay has hapoened before.
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11 days ago
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St Anger I love, but thought the album stunk.
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Video is terrible song isn't bad but afraid just not getting it. I've a mate who thinks thisntrack is better than anything off the last couple Queensryche records, so go figure :)
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11 days ago
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Actually has my interest this one, quite like the single for some oldschool headbanging fun :)
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12 days ago
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Yeah great stuff and David sounds fantastic, shame it seem quiet out there but them's the times. Have long said On Target to ne one of the greatest tragedies of grunge. Think the record is right up there with the likes of Don't Come Easy. In particular Side2, On Target's side2 is incredibly strong... ETA Actually weren't there weather issues in Manchester? May have proved difficult for peo
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So not B-Sides? We're talking just exclusive bonus tracks!? LYNCH MOB Love Finds A Way MASTERPLAN Never Walk Alone JORN Live And Let Fly CAGE THE GODS Wakeup HALFORD Rock The World Forever DAVID REECE Chasing The Shadows BRUCE DICKINSON Return Of The King ICED EARTH Iron Will EUROPE Break Free HARDLINE Love Leads The Way BLAZE The Day I Fell To Earth KING'S X Love And Rockets (Hell'
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rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'm very surprised that Lights And Thunder hasn't > got many likes [2, in fact]. It's an absolute > belter, imho. Well thread asks for different albums, always loved the finale fitting ode to the fans Farewell To You, but Lights And Thunder absolutely my next Mane Attraction choice Steve. In fact it was a tos
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15 days ago
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Hard to explain but Loved their first and second records, but AB (Tremonti?) seemed to want make each successive record heavier more Metallica-like, but while normally a fan of such direction, kinda sacrificed something in the process? Not referring to ballads either, far from it, just good rock songs instead of the more is more bigger is better route they seemed to favor, but perhaps they wan
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15 days ago
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Little Fighter Farewell To You Lady Of The Valley
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20 days ago
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War Of Kings Secret Society Bag Of Bones Last Look At Eden Start From The Dark At least those first two fer sure the other 3 close call always subject to change :) Albeit personally reckon for hooks and melodies etc both Riches To Rags and Bring It All Home from Bag Of Bones 'the' closest tunes to their heyday era although rate their original and since reforming eras pretty much equal.
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