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14 days 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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17 days ago
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Do you know if its gonna be available in bluray. Cheers Mark H
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7 weeks 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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7 weeks ago
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FM's Story of my life playing in Morrisons. Cheers Mark H
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2 months 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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2 months ago
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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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2 months 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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3 months ago
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3rd time I've seen them and definitely the best of the 3. 1st time was with the french singer and they were great, playing an entirely greatest hits set. 2nd gig was 'Kingdom of Desire' tour and although they sounded great, the set list did nothing for me. This show was right up their with the best gigs I've been to, and the new songs, especially 'Orphan, were a great addition. Also real
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3 months ago
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I went to a festival in Holland in 2008, Arrowfest, which had on the same day: Kiss Journey Whitesnake Def Leppard Reo Speedwagon Motorhead Gotthard Twisted Sister Kansas. Dont think that can be beaten. Cheers Mark H
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3 months ago
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Just switched on ITV's 'This Morning' and Phil Scofield was interviewing Jason Thanos re his memorabilia business. Naturally Jason was sporting a nice Ten T shirt. cheers Mark H
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3 months ago
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illimey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I have been in awe of Benatar/Giraldo since 1988's > Wide Awake In Dreamland was released. It's lovely > to see them get some acclaim here! Apparently they > HAVE recently been playing a few deep cuts - > including my all time favorite Too Long A Soldier. > When I saw them live for my first and as ye
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3 months ago
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Just watchin the dvd now with a nice bottle of fizz. Me n the wife flew out to NYC in 2012 to tick Pat off my bucket list, Great gig and the dvd captures the show really well, although the gig I saw was the previous tour. Right up there with the best live dvds available. 'Promises In the dark' and 'Hell is for children' are simply stunning. Cheers Mark H
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3 months ago
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Manchester for me too. Been a loooooong time since I saw then last (Kingdom of desire tour), so looking forward to this immensely. Cheers Mark H
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4 months ago
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Only one that springs to mind is Living Colour, but you could possibly class them in your Extreme comparison, so may not be what your looking for. Cheers Mark H
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4 months ago
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Saw Poison twice in the uk back in the day - once with CC and once with Kotzen and surprisingly they were better with CC Cheers Mark H
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4 months ago
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Figge - was never a rainbow fan but should have known that. U got me. Cheers Mark H
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4 months ago
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JLT's still got the pipes n should tour this sorta stuff rather than the tired old Rainbow covers. I'd travel continents to see a Sunstorm n JLT solo set, unlikely tho that might be. Cheers Mark H
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4 months 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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4 months ago
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The Old Grey Whistle Test - u have to be a certain age. Cheers Mark H
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4 months ago
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Dont suppose he threw in anything from the Sunstorm cds Cheers Mark H
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5 months ago
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I believe its organised by Rock City themselves. Cheers Mark H
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5 months 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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5 months 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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5 months 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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5 months 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 months 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 months 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 months 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 months ago
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Bolton for me - looking forward to it immensely. Cheers Mark H
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6 months 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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