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7 days ago
radiat10n
Would never listen to an instrumental album, I like the odd instrumental, but not many that go past the 3 minute mark! Live instrumental music on the other hand is a different beast (and that includes classical!).
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9 days ago
radiat10n
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'm only a huge fan of the earlier albums--up to > News Of The World,and then Jazz. The Game has 3-4 > good tracks. You can keep most of the rest... T Agreed on 'The Game'. If they've ever done a track worse than 'Don't Try Suicide' I sure don't want to hear it!
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11 days ago
radiat10n
Tom G Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I like Goodnight LA, but the best songs on it are > those Tony Clarkin wrote himself. > > Shoot and Only A Memory are two of the greatest > Magnum-songs full stop. > > Also Magnum is a killer live band. Saw them live a > few weeks back - brilliant gig. Agree 100%. My main problem with Good
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12 days ago
radiat10n
These guys are so consistent that my top ten could just about all be ranked first equal... 1. Escape From the Shadow Garden 2. On a Storyteller's Night 3. Princess Alice and the Broken Arrow 4. Wings of Heaven 5. The Visitation 6. Chase the Dragon 7. Sleepwalking 8. The Eleventh Hour! 9. Sacred Blood 'Divine' Lies 10.Into the Valley of the Moonking
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21 days ago
radiat10n
Outside of 'Wind of Change' and a couple of other obvious tracks the Scorpions had largely passed me by somehow. Decided to check out a few songs during their appearance at Ramblin Man last year and was blown away, have only picked up their latest so far (which I think is fantastic, how would long term fans rate it I wonder?) so looking forward to investigating this consensus 'classic period'!
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25 days ago
radiat10n
Marillion - Anoraknophobia (2001), Marbles (2004), Sounds That Can't Be Made (2012) Magnum - Everything from Princess Alice (2007) on. Chicago - Now (Chicago XXXVI) Asia - Silent Nation (2004), XXX (2012 - now playing, as it happens!) Europe - Last Look at Eden (2009) Jackson Browne - Standing in the Breach (2014) Uriah Heep - Wake the Sleeper (2008), Into the Wild (2011) Tot
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4 weeks ago
radiat10n
This is the best thing Jeff's ever done IMHO. :p
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5 weeks ago
radiat10n
Yes, seeing Billy Joel there in September. ;-)
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2 months ago
radiat10n
Like the One Man Trash CD a lot, but not at all keen on the Kimball/Jamison release. Can handle most of the songs individually, but the duet nature of the album becomes very tedious very quickly! Struggling with the Ozone album for similar reasons. In both cases I'm a big fan of all vocalists involved but they are not examples of something being better/bigger than the sum of their parts!
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2 months ago
radiat10n
On their reunion tour a couple of years ago he introduced 'Roll to Me' as the song that paid for his house...so I think overall he's fine with it! ;-)
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2 months ago
radiat10n
Agree with many of the above (especially Robin Zander, Bob Catley and Danny Bowes) and would add Steve Hogarth. Okay, he is my favourite singer...but there's a reason for that!
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3 months ago
radiat10n
Anything by the Alan Parsons Project.
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3 months ago
radiat10n
Billy Joel, supported by John Farnham. I was 7, though would have been 6 when my Dad came home and showed me the newspaper article announcing the concert (and one by Suzanne Vega). Seeing him for the 5th time in September and am just as excited now as I was then!
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3 months ago
radiat10n
Marillion - Toxic (Britney Spears) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7BjF2rceTw
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4 months ago
radiat10n
Lynchomaniac Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > No one has mentioned Uriah Heep, Well, the OP did! ;-)
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4 months ago
radiat10n
Been in the UK since 2010, but originally from New Zealand. Been to more gigs in the past 6 years than I managed in the previous 30. That's one of the first answers (there are many others) I give when asked by incredulous people (who've never been there) how I could possibly ever leave NZ!
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4 months ago
radiat10n
I'd just be grateful for another Asia album in any shape or form - have there been any updates on how John Wetton's cancer battle has been going? I hope extremely well!
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4 months ago
radiat10n
Chicago 17 featured Carlos Vega on drums on 'You're the Inspiration' and Jeff Porcaro on 'Stay the Night', both uncredited but a clear bone of contention with Danny Seraphine many years later!
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4 months ago
radiat10n
Yeah, it's really called 'Now' but certain members insisted it had the traditional number as well, so it's Chicago XXXVI. DOn't expect CTA-Chi III style tunes, but it has more Robert Lamm-penned tunes than any album since Chi V - and is all the better for it, IMHO!
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4 months ago
radiat10n
According to Chicago's press release Seraphine WILL be there, no mention of whether he'll be performing with them though, really hope so though.
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4 months ago
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danrox Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > without Chaplin, i'm done w/Chicago's new music. > He added magic to the songwriting and it's gone > now. Hated last album. Blimey, for me it was far and away their best album since the Terry Kath era!
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4 months ago
radiat10n
beetle Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I don't get the 5 year contract he did not want to > sign. > Is this common even for established band as > Chicago was? > He said he was forced out because of this and is > obviously still bitter about it. > Is Seraphine or Champlin playing? > Anyone have a list who the award is being pre
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4 months ago
radiat10n
I only started listening to The Scorpions properly after seeing them at the Ramblin' Man festival last year, yep, a band celebrating their 50th anniversary were (beyond a song or two) 'new' to me!
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4 months ago
radiat10n
Saw them in London and was already enjoying them, then they pulled that out of the bag and...well, to say I was impressed would be an understatement. Reminds me, I must go and pre-order the album...
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4 months ago
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I couldn't pick my favourite Marillion album if my life depended on it, best I've been able to do is narrow it down to my top 8 (all of which are basically first equal), starting with the last Fish-era album (Clutching at Straws) and continuing chronologically with: Seasons End Holidays in Eden Brave Afraid of Sunlight Anoraknophobia Marbles (2 disc version, don't even contemplate the sin
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5 months ago
radiat10n
Walk In The Shadows Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That's why drowningindeep put the write-in > option... ...and Bon Jovi fans seem to love using it!!
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5 months ago
radiat10n
On paper I should love these guys, but I've always found them to be massively overrated - love 2-3 tracks per album, the rest is in the 'meh' category for me...sacrilege I know!!
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6 months ago
radiat10n
This article (amongst others) gives some hope. Also hoping that Danny Seraphine might join them. Fingers crossed! http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/chicago-on-rock-and-roll-hall-of-fame-reuniting-with-peter-cetera-20151217
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7 months ago
radiat10n
The Bee Gees used to open and close their shows with 'You Should be Dancing' and it's not as if they were short on options!
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7 months ago
radiat10n
mick2112 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Been told it's the only UK date of 2016? > Hope that news is wrong as if a band who was > formed by a Brit can only play one gig here to > celebrate the bands 40th Anniversary next year it > is very sad indeed given the years of support the > band have had from the UK!!? > Saying that is their a
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