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6 days ago
MetalWarrior85
I like it. Loved inside the vertigo and prefer the heavier side to the stuff like WET. My first exposure to you was through the stuff with yngwie and axel rudi pell followed by talisman.
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6 weeks ago
MetalWarrior85
I'd agree that it isn't as "instant" as the debut, although it has grown on me to where I like it more than the debut.
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2 months ago
MetalWarrior85
Aside from Let's Go, Man Enough, and Energized I really like this album. I really like the variety in the songs. Listened to it every day for about a week and now I'm down to maybe a couple spins a week, but that doesn't take anything away from it.
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2 months ago
MetalWarrior85
Quite a few great songs used in the show! Been watching it since it started airing.
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3 months ago
MetalWarrior85
Honestly, I'm not interested unless it was somehow going to be Bickler fronting them going forward. Otherwise, retire the name.
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4 months ago
MetalWarrior85
Survivor - Premonition My favorite album from them
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5 months ago
MetalWarrior85
RAMSAY Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Two Questions: > > 1: Where are you all listening to this? > > 2: What, apart from being in a big book type > thing, does the deluxe version have that's worth > stumping up the extra cash for? It's on youtube. That aside, one would assume a torrent. I am in no way an advocate for the ille
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6 months ago
MetalWarrior85
Wasn't a fan when it came out aside from "your great escape." Loved it when I revisited it recently. Not a bad album in the bunch from them.
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6 months ago
MetalWarrior85
I think it's a good album, but to me their debut will always be #1.
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7 months ago
MetalWarrior85
Love Maiden, but for me Brave New World was the last album that was worthwhile as a whole.
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10 months ago
MetalWarrior85
My first exposure to JSS was the albums with Yngwie and Axel Rudi Pell. Have always preferred the heavier side myself. I suppose the Takara albums would fall under the more melodic side and I enjoy those as well. W.E.T on the other hand while the albums have some good stuff on them are just not for me. Rambling aside, I dug Inside the Vertigo right away. JSS as usual sounds great on the al
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
I pre-ordered this one after hearing the samples. Can't base judgment on that alone, but I get the feeling I'll dig this one a bit more than "bleed & scream." I also thought "are you ready to rock" was better.
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
I'll be seeing them on Feb 13th. Looks like they're doing an acoustic performance opening up for Living Colour. Bought the EP. Good enjoyable stuff.
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
The CT show is about 15 minutes from where I live so going to that is a given, but I'm really tempted to go to the show at Max Cap as well to see No Love Lost. I was not at MRF3 and don't recall seeing any other dates with them listed.
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
Mostly CDs. I'll purchase mp3 albums from time to time depending on the circumstances. If someone gives me an itunes gift card for the holidays for instance, I'll use it. Physical product is much preferred plus the most important part which is superior sound quality. Never have to worry about the item no longer being available one day. For example, I originally purchased the first H.E.A.T al
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
Unless I see Europe doing a US show closer to where I live, I'll be there. I missed out on the chance to see them back in 2005. Also thrilled to see Tyketto is performing a show in the US. Too bad their set will be on the shorter side by the looks of things.
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
Can't wait for this one!
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
Looking forward to it. I've always been a fan of power metal. Got into BG and a number of others after hearing their covers on the Holy Dio tribute album.
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P58d_RJwsDQ Just some youtube browsing and to my surprise, the guitarist has an account and he uploaded some vids. There's some live footage of songs that were not on the album as well. The material on the album is better IMO, but still really cool to see this.
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
I'll be seeing them on Dec 5th. Saw them once at Rocklahoma in '08.
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
I'd rather wait for both parts to be out as well. If time permits, just fit them on a cd.
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
Stan Bush Adriangale H.e.a.t Work of Art Heaven's Edge Guardian That's probably my top however many in no particular order. I'm sure I'm forgetting some that I'm also looking foward to. For me, the major disappointment was losing Shooting Star. Them and Stan Bush were the two that got me to buy tickets without hesitation.
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
Very difficult to put that label on any one album by any one artist. Very subjective. For me, Premonition is their best album. Favorite with Jimi is Too Hot to Sleep. I felt like they tried too hard to go the Journey route with When Seconds Count, but still enjoy the album for what it is. Love vital signs and never skip a song on it.
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
It seems a vast majority of those albums from rockwerk are very rare now. Rescue s/t comes to mind as well. Both of these could use a reissue.
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
I listened to it on spotify and nothing really grabbed my attention. Definitely sounded like a more traditional hammerfall album though. For me, they've been hit or miss following "Renegade." I thought "Crimson Thunder" had a few great songs, but didn't top the consistency of the first 3 albums. I'll give it another go for sure. I've always had a soft spot for power metal.
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
https://disk.yandex.com/public/?hash=5gsue4P3oKs7/H8u%2B5H01SRJR8heXOfzHfpbgdwVLPw%3D I normally wouldn't post a download link, but it seems the version of this album with the bonus tracks is impossible to find. I was searching and came across this link. It's just an rar file. Scanned it for viruses and it came up clean. I wonder if Rock Candy will ever reissue it. Been seeing the album m
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
I'm curious to see how many (if any) of those listed are for the album in question here. I've searched for it repeatedly in the past to no avail.
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
I liked it. Looking foward to hearing more.
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
Such a shame. My first taste of Survivor was from rocky 3 and 4, but from there on as I heard more from them they have become one of my favorite bands if not my favorite now. I saw them twice with the most recent lineup with both Dave and Jimi. Very underrated talent. I enjoyed a vast majority of his discography, including the Target albums and the Cobra album. RIP.
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
It was truly a great show. I was amazed to see how far some had traveled to be there (norway, sweden, japan despite the fact they're headed there now lol), and other locations here in the states. Based on the location of the video, I'd say I was a little further back than this (near a set of bar stools) and the keys were a bit low in the mix, but at the least could definitely tell the differenc
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