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5 days ago
Mitch
SavageAnimal Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I have just recently gotten into Nickelback and > listened through their back catalog. They really > are the Def Leppard of modern rock. Formulaic but > impossibly catchy tunes. ^^^ This.
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21 days ago
Mitch
I listened to the whole "album" on Google Play. Hands Up(the song) is easily the best since TBP. Not even close. Not sure what some of y'all are listening to but put on some decent cans. There's nothing wrong with the production at all. The verses are fantastic. Two stage chorus, over the top good. No memorable guitar parts? Listen to the blistering outros at the end. I've listened a
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23 days ago
Mitch
I'm old enough to remember the day this came, after the long, long hiatus after Hysteria. It was and still remains ear candy. It's very hard to not listen to the whole album from start to finish, rather than picking off individual tracks. Do I wish it was less polished? Absolutely but the song writing is as good if not better than what had come before it.
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8 weeks ago
Mitch
Saw them on campus at SUNY @Albany in 84. Phenomenal show. They switchced instruments at one point during the set and didn't miss beat.
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2 months ago
Mitch
dcj Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hey God was definitely played, its on the DVD and > they announce that These Days had got to Number 1 > in the UK album charts, beating Michael Jackson > (Bad, I think) Yes both Hey God and These Days were played and HQ clips are available on YouTube.
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2 months ago
Mitch
Guys, Boston....AOR personified.
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2 months ago
Mitch
The Wembley performance was other wordly. Here's Wild In The Streets. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cDav7dDUKI&index=5&list=PLqmeU7ibQgkVM7WvQbFW0CNYIfdYlhwNT
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2 months ago
Mitch
Wasn't Shot Thru the Heart the video on MTV that but Bon Jovi on the map after the allegedly disappointing 7800? Maybe not a radio single but the video blew the band up.
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2 months ago
Mitch
I've listened to several other versions of Dry County over the years and none come close to this rendition. Guitars and drums are perfect.
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2 months ago
Mitch
FFS, it doesn't even have Dry County on the track list.
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2 months ago
Mitch
Amazing song that changed my perception of the band and Richie Sambora. This is the best performance of it I have found. The guitars are heavy and the solos are simply mind blowing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdg7--NrEak Anyone lucky enough to have been at the Wembley shows in 95?
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2 months ago
Mitch
Like the new track a lot.
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2 months ago
Mitch
Am I alone in thinking Astra was peak John Wetton? Always loved this album and he truly shined on this hard rockish album.
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3 months ago
Mitch
Has anyone heard any of this upcoming album?
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4 months ago
Mitch
Melodic Music Fan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Let me take a leap here and go on the defensive > for a minute here about a band that you can't say > jack about without being trashed for your opinion > from one side or the other. > > I don't think anyone is going to try and say that > Bon Jovi is releasing the best music of his care
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4 months ago
Mitch
I'm just pissed Madonna didn't give me the BJ she promised if I voted against Trump.
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1 year ago
Mitch
Still listen to this song multiple times per day. Best on the album best hysteria.
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1 year ago
Mitch
If Fleetwood Mac were considered an American band, I would tie them for 1st with the Eagles. And really, with Stevie and Lindsay upfront and launching FM to superstardom, they basically are an American band.
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1 year ago
Mitch
There's quite a bit of looking back at Steve with rose colored glasses. While alive, he was an enormous drain on the band's energy and ability to put out new material in a timely fashion. He was talented and provided some of their more memorable riffs but lionizing him and lamenting the death of the band is a tad over the top IMO. If anything, the new album eliminates in my mind entirely the
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1 year ago
Mitch
Did anyone make a tally? Just from scrolling seems Dangerous got the most votes. SONG OF THE YEAR!
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1 year ago
Mitch
Walk In The Shadows Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > We Will Rock You/We Are The Champions This. Big choruses begin and end with these classics.
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1 year ago
Mitch
Def Leppard Dangerous
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1 year ago
Mitch
What exactly does Sammy have to gain from going back to VH? He plays shows now when and how he wants to and who he wants to play with. He certainly doesn't need the money. Don't do it Sammy.
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1 year ago
Mitch
They were never nor will ever be esteemed like Zepplin but who will? However, from the 80s, there are a handful of iconic artists that are still relevant today and will still be relevant a long time from now. I'd say these artists transcend the decade of their hey day: 1. U2 2. Madonna 3. Def Leppard 4. Bon Jovi(yeah, I know but he still packs stadiums) 5. Journey It's hard to find some
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1 year ago
Mitch
danrox Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Mitch Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > danrox Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > JackCane Wrote: > > > > > > -------------------------------------------------- >
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1 year ago
Mitch
danrox Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > JackCane Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Does anybody else hear T.rex & Mott The Hoople > in > > Sea Of Love? Or is it just me > > > all I hear is that Tears for Fears song over and > over. Seeds of Love? Thankfully that's a gre
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1 year ago
Mitch
Sea of Love is one of my favs! Sounds different yet just like them. The riff is killer and the 2nd half of the song has so much energy.
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1 year ago
Mitch
Couldn't agree more. To me, it's the best since Adrenalize. Some of the songs, like Dangerous, Wings of an Angel and All Time High are as good as ANYTHING they've ever done.
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1 year ago
Mitch
Mostly rubbish. Listen to the original version of truth. An album like that would have been much better instead of the half baked shite they came up with instead
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