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8 months ago
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Signal No Sweat Stranded
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1 year ago
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They've got a blue cross sale on at HMV at the mo. Anything marked with a blue cross has 25% off. There are loads of them including Frontiers releases. I got Eclipse - Bleed And Scream for £9, Kiss - Monster for £7.50 and Lit - View From The Bottom for £7.50. Not exactly new releases but not that old either.
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1 year ago
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Am I the only one who liked Tainted Love then? Oh well, I'll get me coat......
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1 year ago
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Clapton 60s and 70s.
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1 year ago
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Babylon is brilliant followed closely by the debut.
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1 year ago
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H.E.A.T - Address The Nation. Probably my most listened to album over the last couple of years.
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1 year ago
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Contraband - S/T Still listen to it on a regular basis. If This Is Love is a great song.
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1 year ago
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Agree 100% with julio.
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1 year ago
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Finally got a copy of Status Quo's 'Ain't Complaining' album on CD and forgot what a gem this song was :- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1UxgVVGQjA Great pop/rock (AOR?) from the much maligned 80's Quo.
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1 year ago
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I totally agree with everything you said Rocknut.
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1 year ago
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Thanks Coco. Very much appreciated.
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1 year ago
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1) Gotthard 2) Danger Danger 3) Work Of Art 4) Lillian Axe 5) Tyketto All the rest joint 6th
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1 year ago
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I'm with you MM. I love it. Can't wait for the new album.
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1 year ago
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Thanks for the heads up mate. I love Colin James. Stone Faith is a great song.
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1 year ago
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T Rex - The Groover.
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1 year ago
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Frankie Sullivan (regardless of all the stories i keep reading about him!) and Butch Walker. There are others but these 2 are top of the list.
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1 year ago
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Looks like it was just me then that thought Jessie J was crap. I just can't stand that type of singing. Shouty and no control. IMHO of course. When Brian May came on it was great and then she joined in and ruined it. Shame. The Who were superb as was Eric Idle.
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1 year ago
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Quite a few to be honest but a couple that stand out are:- Ever Since The World Began - Survivor Gift Of Song - Pride Of Lions
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1 year ago
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Congratulations Tommy!
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1 year ago
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The Doors - Bore me shitless Iron Maiden - See above Rush - Apart from Spirit Of Radio and Tom Sawyer, they do nothing for me Journey - While I do like Journey, I really don't understand why they are classed as the ultimate AOR band in many peoples eyes. Sorry :o(
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1 year ago
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I've never seen anything but praise for Erik. Absolutely love the guy.
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1 year ago
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Stages by ZZ Top. I love that song but I always felt the chorus was a bit of a let down after the excellent melody of the verses.
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2 years ago
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Survivor Giant Cheap Trick
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2 years ago
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Totally agree regarding Lana Del Ray and Adele. Way over-rated in my book. Both great cure for insomnia though :o) I'll add my vote for Bruce Dickinson and Mark Boals too. Can't understand the dislike for Danny Vaughn and JSS though but each to their own.
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2 years ago
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That's great news Keiran. Just a couple of questions:- What's a tocket and will I need one to get in on Saturday, as well as my ticket? ;o)
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2 years ago
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Totally agree. Fantastic album.
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2 years ago
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Thanks guys. I'll start with Silouhette then.
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2 years ago
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While listening to Frehley's Comet 'Second Sight' the other night, I've always loved the 4 self penned Tod Howarth tracks (Time Ain't Running Out, It's Over Now, Fallen Angel, New Kind Of Lover) the most off the album. I've never heard any of his solo albums so, can anyone tell me if these 4 songs are representative of his solo output and if so which albums do you recommend? Thanks in advance.
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2 years ago
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Heart, Birmingham NEC Bad Animals tour 1987. Support was The Jitters (whatever happened to them?)
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2 years ago
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Disagree 1,000,000 %
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