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seventhsea
Big country fan (traditional and modern) but just cannot get into Kacey's albums at all. The only way i can describe it is that it seems as if she is "trying too hard" to be traditional. Don't ask me to elaborate as its one of those things i just cannot put into words, just something doesnt click if you get me. It doesnt come across as 'genuine' to me. I just don't get the hype at
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11 days ago
seventhsea
Tattoo Needle - FM (From Dead Mans Shoes) - a big time "summer singalong" earworm.. (I know it WAS a single - but it may as well not have been the attention it got due to the album being panned... For the record i think its one of their best albums but hey-ho) I also feel that if it was put out now it would be playlisted easily on Radio 2 with the support they have given the band
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15 days ago
seventhsea
It isnt the only rock station on FM. There is Planet Rock too. Steve
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19 days ago
seventhsea
Definately Lord Summerisle for me. And RIP to Ron Moody (known for Fagin from Oliver) Bad day for film legends today Steve
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21 days ago
seventhsea
Figge Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Just don't expect them to sound very much like > Loverboy, which was what you asked for. Not many > of those bands I find similar to Loverboy, to be > honest (same goes for Tesla, Mr Big, Aldo Nova, > Killer Dwarfs etc.). > > I guess it's just me though. > > > // Figge Cheers Fi
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22 days ago
seventhsea
Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You must have heard of Nightranger, Mr. Big and > Tesla, though? Yup know Damn Yankees, Night Ranger, Tesla, Mr Big, Aldo Nova, Killer Dwarfs but will look up Helix Triumph Wall of Silence The Works Kick Axe Streetheart Paul Dean Paris Shogun Lionheart Glass Tiger Rough Trade Kim Mitchel Apri
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22 days ago
seventhsea
Cheers - will check those out. Definately quite a few "new" names for me in the posts above. Sometimes the 'smaller' names slip through the cracks
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22 days ago
seventhsea
This band kinda passed me by, however after hearing "Too Hot" on some internet radio station, i ordered the "Big Ones" compilation from Amazon marketplace for £2 and am currently loving it. Got me thinking though, are there other bands of a similar ilke that may have passed me by.. Does anyone have any suggestions? Steve
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24 days ago
seventhsea
Rockfest! That was the name of the b***ards.. Knew it was Rock something.
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24 days ago
seventhsea
4/6 - failed on Jay-Z and Katy Perry - which as someone said above, I wouldnt know if was sounding right or not, as they are just a noise to me.
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24 days ago
seventhsea
CloselyHeldSecrets Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > There are loads of gigs and festivals that I would > love to go to but can't for financial reasons, do > I comment on those festivals if I have no > intention of attending? No, there's no point. Do I > support the ones I do attend? Of course, because > if I don't the scene will simply dwin
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24 days ago
seventhsea
delete - sent privately
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24 days ago
seventhsea
Nowt to do with whether its firefest or not, Purely financial with me Mick - once factor in tickets, hotel, trains and other expenses, can't afford it - end of subject. Not everyone can afford to travel for festivals having to make do with local shows. I support a LOT of local gigs but once you add in travel and hotels, ones further afield are out of my price range. But i do understand why
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24 days ago
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24 days ago
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CloselyHeldSecrets Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Ahh, the non-believers... > > Why the constant questions? Most festivals drip > feed bands. > > Why should they be held account to everyone at all > times? This is how it's being done, period. > > Some people want the moon on a stick and want it > right now... :-) Nop
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29 days ago
seventhsea
Ive never seen this before "Compilation Sampler" (Japan) Esprit Link Steve
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29 days ago
seventhsea
Just checked and they aren't on my rack anymore and have been replaced with the Rock Candy remasters so I can only assume I sold them at some point..I did have a mass sale of various cds a few years back when I finished work (ones which had been replaced with deluxe/remasters etc, and also ones i just didnt play anymore due to change in taste of music).. Yes, Indiscreet was FMUK too. The cove
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29 days ago
seventhsea
Addyeddy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I don't mind the higher > costs, you're getting something not on the > standard edition. Think the argument here though is its $29/£19 for the STANDARD edition with no extra benefits (other than the pledge updates). The deluxe is $39/£26 Steve
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29 days ago
seventhsea
There was definately a longbox version of Tough It Out as i had it. Not sure if i had one of Indiscreet (the actual physical longboxes that i own are up the loft with the cds on my rack) Although saying that, I do have a US Indiscreet which i can't see i would have bought in a normal case when i already owned the UK version, so chances are it was in a longbox.. Steve
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4 weeks ago
seventhsea
He still bores me to tears. Really don't get the fascination Steve
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4 weeks ago
seventhsea
nobycane Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Ok listen.......this is a decision that Andrew has > made, and while "NONE" of us need or should tell > him how to run his website / business, what is > done is done. This is his business, and apparently > this particular business deal is overwith. > Does it suck? Sure. Does it cause a bit
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5 weeks ago
seventhsea
I asked the same question on another rock message board and got shouted down. I was basically told (paraphrasing slightly) - 'Who cares - all its for is to show on an ipod screen' And this wasn't 'current generation kids' either.... To me the cover artwork is very important. its part of the whole package. I may be in a minority but i sit there and read the booklets too, including the thanks
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7 weeks ago
seventhsea
Yep - UK (Prime member) here and 9 out of 10 times receive preorders on the Sunday (day prior to release) via Amazon Logistics couriers. Only album I didnt get till release day was Halestorm. Steve
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7 weeks ago
seventhsea
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > This is the encore?? Overland sounds incredible > here. And from reports I've read throughout time > here, he/they always sound great. This guy should > be in line for the 'Steve Perry' award for > incredibly awesome lead vocalists--on record AND > in concert! What a voice! T Yup, followed by O
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8 weeks ago
seventhsea
Another vid from the encore last night (not mine) showing "The Voice" at his best Story Of My Life
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8 weeks ago
seventhsea
9.45 - 11.20 Although it is varying from venue to venue Full list of times here for each venue (obviously subject to change) Friday 1 May 2015 - Bristol Bierkeller Doors open: 19.00h No Hot Ashes: 19.30h Romeo's Daughter: 20.20h FM: 21.30h Saturday 2 May 2015 - Wolverhampton Robin 2 Doors open: 19.30h No Hot Ashes: 19.45h Romeo's Daughter: 20.35h FM: 21.45h
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8 weeks ago
seventhsea
My opinion (totally at odds with most people but hey if we were all the same, life would be pretty boring lol) 1. Aphrodisiac 2. Dead Mans Shoes 3. Heroes And Villains 4. Taking It To The Streets 5. Tough It Out 6. Indiscreet 7. Paraphernalia 8. Rockville II 9. Rockville I 10. Metropolis
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8 weeks ago
seventhsea
Absolutely cracking gig. Best ive seen them for years. Crystal clear sound (not that id expect less from The Robin though) Setlist was a dream for me personally with Only The Strong Survive and Blood And Gasoline back!!!! Full setlist Digging Up The Dirt I Belong To The Night Wildside Closer To Heaven Let Love Be The Leader The Shape I'm in Tough Love Only The Strong Survive Bl
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2 months ago
seventhsea
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Again..maybe it's just me-- but the revised band > with Kirkpatrick on guitar ROCKS more than the > original releases. Those just seem more pop/soul > driven to me. FM now has..teeth! ;-) T Maybe its just me but im exactly the opposite. Metropolis and Rockvilles sounded more pop/"radio 2" to
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2 months ago
seventhsea
Far far better than anything they have released since they reformed. Up there close to Aphrodisiac for me (and thats high praise for me if you know my opinion on Aphrodisiac. clue - one of my favourite albums by any rock group) The revised ratings are 1. Aphrodisiac 2. Dead Mans Shoes 3. Heroes And Villains 4. Taking It To The Streets 5. Tough It Out 6. Indiscreet 7. Paraphernalia
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