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11 days ago
radiat10n
You'd think Frontiers would be happy to snap him up wouldn't you?
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26 days ago
radiat10n
No, was hugely disappointed with that one. 'So Young' and 'No Good For Me' were the only keepers for me.
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27 days ago
radiat10n
Loved the first album - great pop with a very distinctive celtic layer - then they became progressively more generic and bland with each release. Not bothered about a reunion, but maybe they'll surprise us...
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5 weeks ago
radiat10n
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I hate to say it...but Tommy D. IS working for the > guy. In other words..$$$. So will he slam his boss > badly? Not if he has any smarts. And he's a huge > fan,so..again. Besides--if he's such an abhorer of > the melrock scene,as he 'professed' here a few > months back (twat),why is he even hooking
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5 weeks ago
radiat10n
Interesting quote on fb from...well, I won't say his name on here (can never be too careful - Andrew, hope you don't mind me posting this either way!) but what he says actually sounds reasonable and seems to confirm the hearing loss theory a few posters have already suggested... There is a VERY bad video of my dear friend Bobby Kimball singing Africa on Youtube right now from a show he did in
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5 weeks ago
radiat10n
Surprised the crowd aren't heard booing at the end (or well before the end for that matter), it can't really have been as bad as that...can it??
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6 weeks ago
radiat10n
My dying words are likely to be, 'Can someone PLEASE tell me why 'Endless' wasn't the first single from 'Isolation'? ;-)
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3 months ago
radiat10n
Brilliant interview, thanks for posting! :-)
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3 months ago
radiat10n
Thanks to all who've commented, still torn tho, so just going to throw it on my birthday wish list and leave it to the Gods to decide whether I gets it or not!
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3 months ago
radiat10n
First time in the charts since 1989, so good on 'em. Still not been convinced to buy it myself though - 'Rockville' was the first FM album I bought and it didn't really blow me away, other than 3-4 tracks ('Crave' being the absolute stand-out), though I loved last year's Overland CD from start to finish, so still a bit torn. Overall my feeling is that this and the Peterik/Scherer releases - al
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3 months ago
radiat10n
mark_kennedy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Was that at the weekend this year ? Indeed!
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3 months ago
radiat10n
Well I was part of a team that beat Marillion in a quiz about...erm, Marillion, so I think it's safe to assume I'm a massive geek. Um, I mean fan!!
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3 months ago
radiat10n
Was just listening to this today, funnily enough. I'm still amazed they managed an album this good after so many years of disappointments. Don't think they'll be near the UK any time soon, but would also love to hear 'Free at Last' and 'More Will Be Revealed' live. 'Love Lives on' is great, but there's no need for another ballad to be added to the live set!
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3 months ago
radiat10n
Don't really get why the Eagles comp STILL sells, surely it's been surpassed by more comprehensive collections? Why would you buy an Eagles compilation that didn't have 'Hotel California' (for example) on it?
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3 months ago
radiat10n
Of course, with the way the RIAA counts multiple discs towards certifications (why I have never understood!) some on that list (Billy Joel and both Beatles entries for starters) have only sold half as many actual copies as stated.
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4 months ago
radiat10n
Billboard having fun with the fact that Kansas and Toto have returned to the charts in the same week: http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/6524137/kansas-toto-wizard-of-oz-charts
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4 months ago
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Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Is that a success/oddity? Did they not chart for > past releases- post IV at least? Wouldn't know.. T It certainly is! Last studio album to chart was 'The Seventh One' (#64 in 1988), Past to Present made the charts briefly (#153 peak), so this is the first time the band have been in Billboard in 25 years.
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4 months ago
radiat10n
Think it was released a week later in the US so wouldn't expect it to appear until the next chart is released. If Mr. Big and Revolution Saints can scrape the US top 200 Toto have GOT to make it in...don't they??
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4 months ago
radiat10n
I see Toto XIV has entered the UK charts at #43 - the first studio album to chart since The Seventh One and only their third ever UK Top 50 release! I know it won't hang around for a second weeek, but it's still good to see - presumably there will be some impressive numbers coming in from the 'Toto stronghold' countries in Europe!
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4 months ago
radiat10n
Will be great to have live versions of some of the recent songs, but I'll just be getting the download, feel free to pop round and sign the 'Shadow Garden' album itself any time ya like tho Al! ;-)
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5 months ago
radiat10n
Scott Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > TD…so thats where he went, he's got his dream > gig "playing" Lukather at BK's side. I'm surprised > he's not popped up here to tell us that the BK / > TD band is going to be the saviour of rock. TD isn't untalented - the Radioactive albums were great and I'm looking forward to the new one -
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5 months ago
radiat10n
I don't even understand the last part of the quote, not sure if that's Bobby being incoherent in his wild delusional madness (sooooooo sad!) or if the interview has been translated from English to German and back and gone a bit wrong along the way? Did the interviewer ask any other tricky questions, like 'Will you finish/release a solo album before anyone who might have ever given a damn about it
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5 months ago
radiat10n
You've missed a key letter there Terry, he said 'pref' (as in preferably) not 'pre' (as in before)! ;-)
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5 months ago
radiat10n
Certainly guitarists/vocalists always have and always will have more of the spotlight than bass players and keyboardists, but there are many great players out there. A couple of my favourites are Peter Cetera (pity he all but gave up playing since the mid-80s, listen to his work on the early Chicago albums, he is amazing and at least as good a player as he is a singer!) and, more obscurely, Ge
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6 months ago
radiat10n
Also, you don't get charged when you preorder - only when it's shipped, so you would be getting something for nothing - and what would stop people from getting a free song and then cancelling the order? If it's a kickstarter campaign and you're contributing in advance to the recording/financing of a project then fair enough to expect something, but a standard pre-order? If you pre-order a book
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6 months ago
radiat10n
Nope, don't get this at all, sorry. When I pre-order an album I expect to....erm, get it sent out ASAP once it's released. Review copies go out early so that reviews can be published and lead to a buzz come release date, this is nothing new. To use that (or anything else) to justify illegal downloading is an absolute crock of shit, to be perfectly blunt!
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6 months ago
radiat10n
Funnily enough just picked up 'Lifeline' today in a small used CD store (yep, a few still exist!). Wasn't crazy about 'Momentum', but his singer-songwriter solo album from last year was excellent, as were Transatlantic and Flying Colo(u)rs efforts so looking forward to the new one!
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7 months ago
radiat10n
Thunder are one of those bands I feel I should like an awful lot more than I do. Danny Bowes certainly has a great voice, but I find their albums deathly dull on the whole. They are MUCH better live IMHO.
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7 months ago
radiat10n
Probably my joint-favourite Foreigner album (the rather more obvious '4' being the other one!), love it!
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7 months ago
radiat10n
Haha, well Neal Morse likes Marillion enough to be in a band with their bass player, so they must be doing something right! ;-) Your comments make you sound like you haven't heard anything from them since Fish left. Live version of title track from the last album, just in case there's a last chance for you! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3dwSj5HQWk Only love can stop you from merely ex
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