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5 days ago
rickyboy999
jamesrock Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I was surprised at how little VEGA seemed to > promote the second album - spoke to the guys at an > FM pre-show and they were perplexed at the muted > response they had had from the melodic community > for 'What the Hell'. > > Personally I think if they want to break out of > our little ge
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7 days ago
rickyboy999
Dalton surely?
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7 days ago
rickyboy999
Thanks Andrew/Tony
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8 days ago
rickyboy999
Is it a live show or documentary?
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11 days ago
rickyboy999
sharkfist Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Not like Sykes has achieved much lately. 2 Blue > Murder albums after Whitesnake and then Japan only > solo releases. Other promised projects that > deteriorated quickly as well. That's not the point
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11 days ago
rickyboy999
Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Slip of the Tongue is a great title and we all > could see coverdfale doesn't need Sykes at all... It wasn't GREAT was it? Majority of fans thought it was a major dissapointment, lacked a lot of depth
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11 days ago
rickyboy999
Purple Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Coincidence. If Winger was churning out great > songs nobody would have cared. I mean, just look > at Nickleback - everyone makes fun of them, but > they still deliver. The problem was most of the > hair bands did not, and most of the genre was > coated in mediocrity. All the bands sold out their >
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11 days ago
rickyboy999
Purple Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hair metal got incredibly stale by the late 80s. > That was 100% independent of B&B. In fact, B&B > were about two years late to the party. > > Reach for the Sky, Detonator (Ratt); In the Heart > of the Young (Winger); Adrenalize (Def Leppard), > et al. Those records were MAJOR let downs
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12 days ago
rickyboy999
Didn't know they lost their house/cars.....I always think people buy a home but afford better but still get a smaller scale one...cos you never know....would of thought they would have enough cash to buy their homes outright?
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13 days ago
rickyboy999
Scottrock55 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > heavy is a good thing, but the beat is so jumpy I > can not get into a groove. Me neither :-(
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14 days ago
rickyboy999
danrox Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Love this band! can't wait. Sounds just like what > a Night Ranger fan would ask for and they deliver > great, fun rocknroll again! I think because the SOUND is similar to the first two albums, people think it's great....well technically it sounds great (as usual) but the song quality compared to the first
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15 days ago
rickyboy999
Just cannot believe he has never been spotted in public by a fan.....he can't literally stay in his home year in year out!!
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18 days ago
rickyboy999
alliedforces Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Tony Please !!!!!!! ?
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19 days ago
rickyboy999
Big Al Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Daredevil Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > What's weak about it? > > > It's just dull. And bland
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19 days ago
rickyboy999
http://youtu.be/lY2CELfgODM Without Tony Harnell he just can't write songs can he?
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28 days ago
rickyboy999
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Really? Sounds better than anything since the > second album to me. T Play a song called "Witness" from Karma Terry and get back to me....
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29 days ago
rickyboy999
If the record company wanted more commercial songs why didn't they include Stranded on PIP?
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4 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Totally gobsmacked by all this Bruce - had loads of long conversations with Mark and he always seemed to be ego-free, passionate fan of the music and seemeds his head was screwed on! Did he ever apologize to you Bruce for leaving you with all the debt?
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4 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Has he been at any recent Firefests?
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4 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Has he dissapeared from the scene completely? Never see him at Firefest and I guess he no longer posts on here anymore?
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4 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Why did they do this?
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Scott Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Sounds great…old elements, new elements..its > 2014. Some people need to give up on bands trying > to recreate 1987 in every way (writing, > production, mix the lot..). Its a great band, > great musicians..as they are now, not 25 years > ago. Mate, when people say its dissapointing - they dont w
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
I'm not expecting/wanting Seventeen....I loved Pull and Karma.....but this....meh....the ballads drag and go nowhere
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Really? Where's the huge hooks? And that ballad is slow and dreary.....zzzz
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Is Tommy credited on Paul Stanleys live to win cd?
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
No worries Andrew. its VERY rare that you completely trash a release, not your style....you always state why you don't like a particular song...
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
braintoto Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I have to believe that TD's beef with Andrew has > something to do with Andrew's review of AOR's > latest album. It only got a 75 rating and he > ripped on Tommy in particular when he probably > should have aimed his displeasure at Frederic > Slama. I agree with his rating of the album but I >
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Pelata Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > >> Rick Rubin gets accolades too but his > production is horrendous too....<< > > Rick Rubin (basically) never touches any > equipment. He basically just "guides" the band's > writing process to a "sound" he hears in his head > in terms of what kinds of songs he th
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
It will be full of wimpy ballads and have no bite
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6 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Melodic_Lover. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yeah, some of those demos are very cool. It's a > good album indeed, worth having in your > collection..A few days ago I came across this > Spanish band. Again, if I'm not mistaken, they're > currently recording their album, and we can > already hear some demos here. > > https://sound
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