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2 months ago
AOR Guru
Does anybody of you Saga fan here have the "Phase 1" CD? It was first only available on the bands 1997 tour and through mail order. Later on re-released with one live track as bonus. I do have one mint condition of the original 1997-issue if anyone interested. I guess it's extremly rare as I don't find it on eBay, GEMM or MusicStack.
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2 months ago
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When I booked my long weekend trip to London I noticed that Magnum was on tour in the U.K., so I ended up going to the show at Islington Assembly Hall. I think that Magnum delivered a GREAT concert (I've seen them once before back in 2005). A great mixture of new and old material. The sound mix was very good and the band played excellent! Mr. Catley still have his great characteristic voice, but
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2 months ago
AOR Guru
The melody line is VERY similar to Treat's "Paper Tiger"!
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3 months ago
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It was released in Japan on November 27, 2013. The Norwegian/European release is, as Andrew says, being pushed back again and again...
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5 months ago
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You can try using the "TrackID" app if you have a smart-phone ;-)
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6 months ago
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From D2's FB page: Just wanted to clear up any confusion that might come up. Although we are extremely excited to reunite with Andy Timmons and Kasey Smith to celebrate Danger Danger's 25th anniversary at this years Firefest, this special reunion is by no means permanent. It is a very special event that hopefully will reoccur from time to time. Having said that, our current lineup with Rob Mar
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8 months ago
AOR Guru
What a line-up! Website: http://www.nordicbeast.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Nordic-BEAST/240704382758569
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9 months ago
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I only got an invitation on Facebook to the House Of Lords + Robin Beck concert at Glassheim, Jevnaker, Norway on March 8, 2013. I don't find any other tour dates.
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10 months ago
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Keiran: I asked Darren about it at the Rock The Boat cruise festival (between Norway and Denmark) back in 2010. When the ship was about to enter the harbor I was standing next to Darren and Vinny for 15-20 minutes, so I grabbed the oportunity to ask him about why they didn't play more from BFS. As the nicest guy he is, Darren answered my questions (and signed a few CD-covers) :-)
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10 months ago
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I asked Darren why they don't play more from "Blood From Stone" and he told me that he wasn't satisfied with that album because the record label forced them to be more rockier like the "hair metal"-bands to fit more into the hard rock scene at that time. The result was that "Blood From Stone" was released as a product A&M wanted, not what Dare wanted. If we're
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1 year ago
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QuoteSurfpunk25 years! Jeez! Where did they go???? Beavis & Butthead f**ked it up! ;-)
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1 year ago
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The "Dodge The Bulle - Live" DVD was released in Japan only and I bought when it came out. It's still in my DVD-shelf. Haven't watched it in a while, but I guess I have to because of this reminder from Terry K. I've also got the CD (Japanese edition with bonus-DVD) and I love the album. It's time to dig out the great TMG CD again.
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1 year ago
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Back in 2010 a "HR/HM Best Seller Selection" series of classic hard rock albums of bands like Night Ranger, TNT etc. were released in Japan on SHM-CD's in mini-LP style. Only 'Intuition' by TNT were featured in this series, but the album got a remaster treatment, and I think that this edition sounds freshier. In 2012 a new series of albums were released in Japan, and the "Back T
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1 year ago
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Yes, there was also a project called Swing Of Death (that I happen to see twice some years ago) too. Only one female singer. Trond have not put that project away, but there are other things to do first.
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1 year ago
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Wig Wam is still together, but they have been inactive for a while. But they are doing one gig in Norway in August. A new album is planned, but no details yet. Vocalist Åge Sten "Glam" Nilsen is a very busy man in the Norwegian entertainment business, while guitarist Trond "Teeny" Holter and bassist Bernt "Flash" Jansen are playing with Jorn which is touring Nor
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1 year ago
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I'm awaiting my 16th CD edition of TNT's 'Intuition' album. All 16 are various pressings, no duplicates. I also have the album on 4 LP-pressings and 5 cassette-pressings (so far...). Is 'Intuition' my favorite TNT album? Yes!
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1 year ago
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This can't count as a teaser as it's only 30 seconds of some standard intro for any melodic power metal or pomp hard rock (in the vein of Ten and Bob Catley etc.). Some parts of the verse or chorus would be way more of a teaser. But I guess it might be a "taste" of an upcoming concept project that will feature a.o. a long time missed singer (but happened to appear on a Norwegian rele
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1 year ago
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I agree with Figge that Jorn's solo project needs some new spirit. It's been the same for many albums now. The new one ("Bring Heavy Rock To The Land") though have more variation than in many years, and he's on the right track. I would really like to see this line-up with Bernt and Trond from Wig Wam write and records with Jorn. I've seen this new line-up live, and that was really good.
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2 years ago
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MATCHES FOR MAGGIE was a Norwegian band featuring ex-Artch vocalist Eirikur Hauksson (aka Eric Hawk), guitarist Henning Ramseth (ex-Silent Witness, now Ram-Zet and Return), bass player Vidar Tyriberget (ex-Silent Witness a.o.) and drummer Eskil Håkonsen (brother of Return-drummer Øyvind). They played funky hard rock (in the vein of Extreme) and released only on 5 track EP in 1997 (only 300 cop
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2 years ago
AOR Guru
NEVER! I read that, too. There were plans, but a US-tour never happened. Best Per Erik former Wig Wam's webmaster
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2 years ago
AOR Guru
I want a digital box set....
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2 years ago
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If the Japan bonus track is THAT important to you (all of you who ask for it), then BUY the Japanese edition for God's sake!
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2 years ago
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Well, to me "Double Eclipse" is the only REAL Hardline-album! The other albums is not the same without the line-up that included Neal Schon and Deen Castronovo. "II" was a good album, but a totally different band. I think Johnny Gioeli should put the Hardline-name to rest and find a new name or calling it a solo album. IMO. Though, looking foreward to the new CRAZY LIXX a
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2 years ago
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I listened to it last week and it was better than I remembered. It's well worth picking up if you find it. Last time it was sold on ebay it went for $65.00. I do have the two CD-singles that was released from that album if interested?
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2 years ago
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Yup, Dare supported Europe on their UK tour in 1989.
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2 years ago
AOR Guru
If anyone's interested in Max Bacon's solo album 'The Higher You Climb' I do have the original Now & Then CD for sale on eBay right now. Only one day left: http://www.ebay.com/itm/110771762178?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
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2 years ago
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Steve_Roamer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Did you see them in Copenhagen? No, it was in Oslo at Rockefeller Music Hall. Lynchomanic, I and a bunch of friends went togethere. A great concert from both Royal Hunt and Dio. Right now I'm listening to the 'Paradox' album. Looking foreward to the new album as well as the DVD.
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2 years ago
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Those two covers are WAY too different to be compared. The Poley/Rivera's watch is 3:43 while the Paradise Inc.'s watch is only 1:58......
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2 years ago
AOR Guru
I always check the frontpage and read the news that's interesting to me, and THEN enter the forum. It isn't that difficult. The world hasn't come to an end if the site isn't updated for a day or two (or maybe longer). There is a life outside the internet, folks! Keep up the good work, Andrew ;-)
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2 years ago
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Lynchomaniac Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It wouldn't surprise me if Tommy Denander is involved in one way or > another with both projects;) Tommy-Denander Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Actually i'm not :D > first of all i can't do ALL albums haha...second it makes it more > interesting that not th
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