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In no particular order Dare Volbeat Ted Poley Vega Tango Down Cheers Mark H
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12 days ago
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Discover them after Pride made No.4 in the top AOR cds of all time list - went on a mission to get as many off the list as possible, most of the time without hearing a single note. They were the band that impressed me the most of all the bands I hadn't heard of at the time - was hooked from the first riff from Hungry. Saw them first live supporting Motley Crue and was very dissapointed - Mi
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7 weeks ago
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Pity they missed off the best track from that tour 'Am I ever gonna change' which when they played it as encore at Manchester was the highlight of the show for me. Cheers Mark H
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2 months ago
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My latest car doesn't have a cd player and I just bought a cheap 64Gb usb stick and put about 5000 cds on it. I just leave it in random play and let it make up its own mind on what it hits me with next. I'm not sure if a cd rom would work, but most cars will work with a 128Gb stick...that's a lot of music. For car use I rip at 320 as anything over is wasted in a car's environment. Cheers
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2 months ago
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I've only got OG&SL and love it, despite it being miles away from my usual musical choice. I've been meaning to investigate the remainder of their catalogue and would appreciate some pointers on where to start. Going to see them supporting Alter Bridge later this year. Cheers Mark H
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2 months ago
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57 Quid for Journey's Time boxset. Cheers Mark H
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2 months ago
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Seen em possibly 30 times and never disappointing. I don't think they could do a poor gig if they tried. Class every time Cheers Mark H
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3 months ago
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Easy to pick my top 3 but not SO the rest: 1. Farewell to Kings - perfect right from the title's acoustic intro 2. Grace under pressure - love the synth era stuff. 3. Moving picture - Limelight, Red and Witch Hunt...enough said Cheers MARK h
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3 months ago
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Been to many Firefest after-shows and also the 2007 and 2010 MR gigs. Met most of the acts playing at these gigs and can't remember one bad experience amongst them all, but the most memorable people have been: Steve Augeri - initiated a conversation with me and even phoned my wife when I said she'd never believe I was talking to him. Pete Fry and Ronnie from Farcry- top blokes and Pete e
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3 months ago
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Feck that gave me goosies. Cheers Mark H
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3 months ago
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Damn fine to these ears. Thanks for that. Cheers Mark
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3 months ago
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I'm with Bruce on this. Loved the debut and the newer celtic more laid back style. Going against the grain, my least favourite is BFS, as it just sounds like them trying to be Thin Lizzy and lacks authenticity IMO. My taste has changed over the years and I guess I've just remained in step with Dare's change in direction. Cheers Mark H
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5 months ago
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Ardian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'm not sure if the Martin twins are involved in > the next First Signal album. If you like their > songwriting, don't miss the 2nd and 3rd Khymera > album (A New Promise and The Greatest Wonder) > because most songs were written by them. Also wrote quite a bit of Issa's material (naturally) so check h
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5 months ago
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Wow - gave me chills. Suspect Jon Cain had a hand in writing that. Cheers Mark H
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5 months ago
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Holmfirth for me too. Nice little venue Cheers Mark H
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5 months ago
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The Sweet 1973 Then later that year TRex and Wizzard. My long suffering mum took me to all 3 and hated every minute of it LOL Cheers Mark H
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6 months ago
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I've upgraded to 10 on all my machines and it seems far more stable than previous versions. My oldest machine hasn't shown the 'blue screen of death' since I upgraded to 10 and it used to be a regular occurrence with 7. Cheers Mark H
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6 months ago
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I liked Marillion with Fish back in the day, but can't say they were up there with my very fave bands and never saw them live in that incarnaton. Someone from this board suggested I revisit them a couple of years ago, so I got their free 'Crash course' download and was hooked and now have all their material old and new, and have seen 3 or 4 times with Hogarth. IMO the best of the Hogarth er
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7 months ago
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Wife bought it for me a Xmas but haven't listened to it yet. Will give it a blast later. Cheers Mark H
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7 months ago
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Currently a Range Rover Evoque. However, its being replaced in April by something that doesn't require you to sell your children to pay for the service charges.... a new Kia Sportage. Cheers Mark
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8 months ago
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From opener to headliner White Lion Extreme Night Ranger Lizzy (Robertson era) Rush(Grace under pressure and earlier) Journey (Frontiers)
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11 months ago
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Religous conflict = 2 sides arguing over who has the hardest imaginary friend. Just be chilled n tolerant peeps. Cheers Mark H
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1 year ago
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Well I'm gonna hit the Manchester gig as I've only just discovered Russell Allen from the Allen/Lande discs. Where's the best place to start with X's discography. Cheers Mark H
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1 year ago
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Sure I read somewhere that there's also some more dates in January... Manchester? Cheers Mark H
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1 year ago
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Do you know if its gonna be available in bluray. Cheers Mark H
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1 year ago
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Hustler Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Vinny Burns, yeah- very tasteful soloist, loved > his work in Dare and Ten. IMO neither of those > bands have ever been as good once he left them. Agree 100% - Loneliest place in the world' from Tens debut being a class example. Schon has also produced some lovely emotive solos - 'Who's crying now' (has ev
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1 year ago
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FM's Story of my life playing in Morrisons. Cheers Mark H
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1 year ago
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As with anything you see on tv and anything you read in the papers...the only thing you KNOW is what the writer/producer wants you to know. I've never met the guy so cant judge him either positively or negatively. Cheers Mark H.
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BaronRob Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > He's dead to me now. > > Next Sunday I expect him to be dead in general. Hope so, and hope Melisandri is seperated from her head too. Her only redeeming feature is that shes always getting her tits out. Cheers Mark H
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1 year ago
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Lovin this 5th series but he sure isnt a candidate for dad of the year. Cheers Mark H
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