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6 days ago
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1. Ten - Loneliest place in the world 2. Journey - Loved by you. 3. Alter Bridge - Watch over you 4. Big Country - Chance 5. Sunstorm - Heart over mind. I could keep going all day but those 5 will do off the top of my head. Had to add a 6th - Johnny Lima - Maybe your right, maybe its wrong....what a track! and a 7TH - Khymera - If I can't be......... stop me now.......
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11 days ago
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The Old Grey Whistle Test - u have to be a certain age. Cheers Mark H
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15 days ago
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Dont suppose he threw in anything from the Sunstorm cds Cheers Mark H
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20 days ago
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I believe its organised by Rock City themselves. Cheers Mark H
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4 weeks ago
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I pretty much echo all the above. Loved the first 3 cds but don't rate Baptized at all. Funny enough, I caught him live on the latest tour with a set list that heavily featured the Baptized tracks and they came across much better in a live setting. Still can't listen to the Baptized cd though. Cheers Mark H
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4 weeks ago
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Ricky Someone will correct me if I'm wromg but I think they were headlining Wembley Arena. In the UK they're filling 5000+ seat venues. They just played 2 nights at Manchester Apollo with 2700 each night. Cheers Mark H
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4 weeks ago
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Good examples: Ten - The loneliest place in the world It Bites - The wind that shakes the barley and, at least one track off every early Rush cd...... Cheers Mark H
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4 weeks ago
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Having seen Lynott live twice with Lizzy and BSR with Warwick 3 times, I really dont see the vocal comparison, beyond the obvious Irish twang in their voices. Anyway, more love for the new cd from me, and they put on a great show in Manchester on friday. Cheers Mark H
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5 weeks ago
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Bob Despite my post above, I am not convinced HEAT are the better band... how does one make such a judgement? For me, Stereo Messiah is the better of both bands latest releases, and the Martin brothers are the go-to song writers for the genre. What is undeniable (again IMO) is that HEAT put on a better performence. Cheers Mark H.
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5 weeks ago
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Ive seen both live many many times as they are possibly my favourites of the newer bands. I wouldnt be surprised to hear that HEAT use backing tracks for BV and possibly to thicken up the sound, especially now Dave's gone. Also not surprised that Vega shun this approach as live they certainly sound rawer than on disc. I dont have a problem with either approach; for me its key that the singe
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5 weeks ago
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I was at the Stockholm gig and the dvd/cd captures the night perfectly. The studio cds are just as good, with fantastic production, but I have to admit when choosing which to play I always seem to go for the live cd now. Cheers Mark H
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5 weeks ago
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Bolton for me - looking forward to it immensely. Cheers Mark H
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7 weeks ago
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I ripped it from cd last night and got all the tracks and cover art fine, not sure if this was from the disc or automatically grabbed via the net, but no problems for me. Cheers Mark H
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7 weeks ago
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Amazon delivered my copy yesterday, along with Issa, Revolution Saints and Black Star Riders. Gonna be a busy week :) Cant get to HRH AOR but will be catching Eclipse at Wigan in a couple of weeks - cant wait. Cheers Mark H.
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4 months ago
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I've started to use MusicBee over itunes and had it level my audio library. Did a good job with Seventh Key's 'Live in Atlanta' which I ripped from the dvd and initially set at too low volume - by comparison, itunes did a poor job on this. Cheers Mark H
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5 months ago
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DD - the way the final seasons going you're wish may get granted. Cheers Mark H
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5 months ago
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Discovered Breaking Bad from a similar thread to this, last year. Finished watching it a couple of months ago and agree its tv at its very best. Currently watching the closure of 'Sons of anarchy' which is possibly my favourite of all time, although 'Game of Thrones' runs it close. there are quite a few modern classic series that I missed when they were first aired, so will be moving onto S
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5 months ago
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I dont think I'm any more critical than back in the day. As a rule, I dont listen to samples before buying and buy maybe 20 cds a year which are usually from artist I already follow or from reviews and recomendations from friends. I also drive quite a bit; a couple of 3-4 hour journeys most weeks, and just repeat new cds until they click, or dont, as the case may be. I have certainly fou
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6 months ago
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I've been lucky enough to see HEAT maybe a dozen times in the UK, from their first headlining gig in Manchester in the Kenny days, when only a couple of dozen attended, to their last show which pulled maybe 400. They are slowly building a following, and I even heard them on our national rock station last week. They need a good festival slot, say at Download, to keep pushing to the next level. T
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6 months ago
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There's a couple of Trans Siberian Orchestra gigs from Vegas in HD that are fantastic. Cheers Mark H
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6 months ago
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Not band related but I have a work colleage called Leyland Morris. Cheers Mark H
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7 months ago
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idiosyncracy - funny that as I was going to cite White Lion over Motley Crue. Cheers Mark H
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7 months ago
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Vital Signs has certainly crept into my top 5. And being a fairly new Survivor fan its got there on the strength of the songs rather than any nostalgic connection back to the day. The others in my top 5 AOR would be: Shy - ST White Widdow - Serenade Pride - Far from the Edge. White Lion - Pride. Cheers Mark H
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7 months ago
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Saw John Waite a couple of years ago at the Robin and he had a punk looking guitarist with him then. Never caught his name. Not sure if its the same guy but I thought he was pretty good on the night, even if his look was competely at odds with the rest of the band. It wont put me off seeing Night Ranger again. Cheers Mark H
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7 months ago
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I too was very late 'discovering' Survivor and had only heard 2 or 3 songs before being blown away by Jimi's performance at Firefest, and getting to meet him briefly in the Welbeck Since then Ive got every Survivor cd and was looking forward to the UK gigs later this year immensely. My thoughts are with his wife n kids. I shall be having a cold one and watching the FF dvd in his honour t
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7 months ago
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Listen regularly: Thin Lizzy Rush Scorprions UFO Listen very occasionally but only have a couple of cds Kiss Van Halen Alice Cooper Don't have any material by but would listen to on radio: Judas Priest Aerosmith Deep Purple Black Sabbath Blue Oyster Cult Led Zeppelin Cheers Mark H
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7 months ago
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Thin Lizzy for me every time. Distant seconds change over time but currently would be Survivor, Marillion and Blackfoot. Cheers Mark H
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7 months ago
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I've got all Mike's solo releases and have to say he's produced a cracking body of work as a solo artist. I'll pick up a copy of Museum at Fridays gig at Bolton. Cheers Mark H
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7 months ago
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Looking forward to the Ten cd immensely. I thought Stormwarning and H&S were both solid cds, with a couple of tracks on each which were up there with Ten's best. Particularly 'The last time' and 'Lights go down'. My current top 3 for 2014 are: HEAT LRS Brother Firetribe. Cheers Mark H
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8 months ago
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Saw hin in London a couple of years ago - he puts on a great acoustic show, very intimate, with lots of stories about the old days between tracks. Expect a pretty long set - over 2 1/2 hours last time. I shall be at the Bolton gig. Cheers Mark H
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