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11 days ago
The Toon Guy
Don't be a jerk. It's so bad that there's no way to get it to a decent volume without background hiss.
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12 days ago
The Toon Guy
I recently got the Rock Candy release to replace my horribly low-volume CBS version. The volume on that was the worst of my 3000+ CDs. I love the RC remaster.
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16 days ago
The Toon Guy
cluster Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Not that AOR but Butch Walker - Left of Self > Centered too. This one was from 2002 not the '90s. Top of a 2000's list though!
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2 months ago
The Toon Guy
Ditto. I can't find it anywhere. Much appreciated here as well.
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3 months ago
The Toon Guy
I got all excited and went to download the album but it's not even available yet on iTunes or Amazon. Not sure how you pulled that off.
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3 months ago
The Toon Guy
Sounds completely live to these ears.
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4 months ago
The Toon Guy
Amazon usually has them all as well.
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10 months ago
The Toon Guy
I like the tune but thought the same thing, Terry! Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Just heard this track on y-tube in full. > Question...even tho I can dig it some-why on EArth > did they NOT put a screamin guitar solo in this > track--even a SHORT one?! The song will obviously > appeal to young(er) females into pop schlock. So
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11 months ago
The Toon Guy
Stryper - Soldiers Under Command!
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12 months ago
The Toon Guy
I'm 52. Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Anyone younger than say..30-35 perhaps. Led > Zeppelin was not a 'hit making' rock band. The > hard rock scene wasn't churning out those type of > acts yet. Just stop and consider how huge Led Zep > got and still is,without writing 'radio-friendly' > style rock way back then. Not to men
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
No words...
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
I think you'd be surprised how many would agree with that. I do. Ross S. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > mike1990 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Many would disagree with you. Slippery When Wet > is > > more classic to my ears then anything Zeppelin > > ever did. > > I ver
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
I love Absolutely! I'd try that one for sure!
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
Thanks, Wardy! :)
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
‏@genesimmons: Regarding this issue – a total fabrication by someone I've never heard of.
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
One of my old comics kind of fits in here...
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
Thanks, Andrew! Here are some other good questions that bear investigating (but I think we all know what the answers will be) Was he really managed by Gene Simmons? Andy says Gene Simmons discovered him and Smokehouse in the '80s (when Andy was 19 so around 1983) but, oddly, Gene discovered Smokehouse in the mid '70s when Micki Free was the lead singer. Weird that he would discover them twi
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
This is the only evidence I've been able to find of his "past". He puts on a much better performance in this video. Smokehouse at Mabel's 1985
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
After the coma, he did mention the breathing tube... Sad part is, I've seen videos of him singing and he's pretty darn good! I guess he feels the needs to make all this crap up to give himself some validity and get gigs.
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
In an interview I just listened to, Andy said the following: He was discovered singing in a restaurant by Gene Simmons. Andy played a private concert for KISS and was signed to Gene’s management quickly thereafter. When Andy Avery was 19 he replaced John Schlitt in Head East. Gene got him the gig. He didn’t get along with Roger Boyd though, because Andy wanted to write and record new mate
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
Dave - According to this article on Andy, Gene discovered HIS version of the band as well. Hmmmm.... Avery and Knedler were writing songs that were turning heads, and the band started getting some good breaks. Gene Simmons of Kiss attended some of the band’s college concerts in Illinois, and he took Smokehouse under his wing and on the road with the big names. “Next thing I know,
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
I wonder how many bands Smokehouse opened for prior to Avery joining that he's taking credit for in his "bio."
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
He also claims to have been the lead singer for Head East and that his band Smokehouse had a hit video on MTV in 1984! After I questioned the inability to find anything online substantiating any of his claims, he messaged me (and has continued to even though I haven't responded) saying Gene Simmons was his manager during the 80s and kept all his music and that him being listed on the poster as le
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
Really on Saliva? I think their newest, Rise Up, hit the mark pretty well. I wish Hinder had found a vocal fit as good as Saliva did.
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
Don't lump all MR fans in together, Doug! I'm a fan of Last Man Standing as well as your Stun Leer and Touch material. Good to see you on the board and thanks for putting up the videos!
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
I mentioned it awhile back: http://www.melodicrock.com/phorum52/read.php?1,986587,986608#msg-986608
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
So, John... It's called Final Piece. Does this mean there will be no more AdrianGale after this release? :|
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
Huh. "Reckless" is "Dangerous" from Loverboy's Lovin' Every minute of It album. They didn't have the chorus sample but the first verse is exactly the same. Who'da thunk it!
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
I heard that a few days ago. It would be a much better song without all of the effects. It's hard for me to listen to as is.
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
Anybody read it yet? I just finished it this morning. It was a good read and cleared up some things in the Survivor timeline for me. One BIG thing missing though is how Jim went from being pissed at JJ for stealing the name to being thrilled to work with him again on Crossroad Moments...
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