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2 days ago
rickyboy999
Terry - clips of all tracks are available via Amazon
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3 days ago
rickyboy999
Love it! Holding On is my fave, a brilliant slice of melodic hard rock!!
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5 days ago
rickyboy999
Hello there, I have just replied :-)
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13 days ago
rickyboy999
Big Al Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > rickyboy999 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Big Al Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > Well, after a listen through of it this > morning > > > (yeah, jammy sod) I can say tha
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19 days ago
rickyboy999
Big Al Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Well, after a listen through of it this morning > (yeah, jammy sod) I can say that if you liked the > other two you will definitely love this one. > > Personally, I think it's the best so far, with the > Toto influences right to the fore, especially on > "Hold On To Love". Big Al - i
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2 months ago
rickyboy999
What's their rockiest album?
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2 months ago
rickyboy999
Gut instinct Terry....its average
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2 months ago
rickyboy999
fleXnes Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "Undercover Love" by Person 2 Person/Brett Walker > should have been a monster hit! > > http://youtu.be/32e-iw1tT4U Great track....
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2 months ago
rickyboy999
Robert Wrote: > If You Stay is a great demo that should have made > one of the Bad English albums, but was left off. > > Don't Tell Me Why You're Leaving and Lost Angels > by Steve Perry. I still can't believe these were > left off his solo albums. > > Naked Desire and Wish That I Was There by Mark > Free. > > Does Anybody Really Fall in Love Anym
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2 months ago
rickyboy999
Figge Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > As was posted last week here, the new season of 24 > starts now. I have a question regarding this > series. I watched and really enjoyed the first > season, didn't like the second as much as the > first but still pretty good....gave up in the > middle of season 3. > > Now, are the other season
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2 months ago
rickyboy999
Or just the tour?
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2 months ago
rickyboy999
Terry K. Wrote: > Not sure after one listen to the showcase samples > what my take is. It's nowhere near as consistent > or immediate as SIC,for sure. Doesn't mean it > might not be a huge grower tho. What it DOES mean > is that I may need to hold back a bit before > purchase and wait until hearing some full tracks. > always love the guitar soloing in NR,and there's
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2 months ago
rickyboy999
Jake Wrote: > Already mentioned, but Ultimate Sin by Ozzy and > Malmsteen's Odyssey. > > With Malmsteen, I don't know what he had against > having a frontman who could actually write songs > and sing a melody. Oh yeah... if you're in his > band, doing anything other than what you're told > is seen as a negative. Too bad as JLT brought a > lot to that band.
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2 months ago
rickyboy999
Figge Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I must go against the praise here. I find the > album extremely boring and uninteresting. Can't > really understand the excitement in it and what > everybody hears that I don't. > > I thought Karma was good, but the new one does > nothing for me, I'm afraid. To each his own, as > usual. :) &g
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2 months ago
rickyboy999
Tell you what, after listen to the showcase this album is AVERAGE!
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2 months ago
rickyboy999
Peter M. Bietenholz Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Am I the only one who misses Fitz's keyboard > presence? One reason I like their classic albums > so much is because they had the perfect > keys/guitars balance. Now you barely hear any > keyboards at all. Your not the only one, where is the keyboard player for this album??
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Agree with alot of this post--they do seem to be > forcing their writing towards a certain > 'undecided' direction by being everything to > everyone. Sparkle was certainly that way tho I > enjoy most of it anyway. Euphoria seems the most > 'honest' attempt of all the later stuff. I still > maint
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
JMac Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I actually think Adrenalize had the makings of a > sensational album...and yet..not quite. It's a > 'so close, but so far' story, which is what makes > it so frustrating. > > Someone above said, "the sonic direction was fine, > but the songs weren't very good". I actually > think it
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
They should of gone for a Pyromania type sound - and more energy and no naff lyrics aimed at teens
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
LARocks Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I don't know where Ken is getting his info but > according to the RIAA Adrenalize sold 3 million > here, not 6 million. Mutt Lange co-wrote 9 of the > 10 tracks and they are far from his best work. That's what I thought, maybe it sold 6 million world wide?
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
Ken Wrote: > Adrenalize was a huge, multi-platinum success, so > it's difficult for you to suggest the public was > burnt out on their sound. The album sold > 6,000,000 copies in the U.S. alone. > > Hysteria was released in August 1987 and > Adrenalize didn't come out until March 1992. > Another huge gap - largely due to the long > Hysteria tour and Steve
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
I think people were burnt out with their sound when it came out and the they didn't help matters with naff lyrics and throw away songs like "Make love like a man" etc.....melodic rock was already becoming a laughing stock by then and that didn't help matters. Should they have gone for a different producer - Terry Thomas? Used a co-writer? Desmond Child maybe? Or would that make them sou
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
bmg Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > So true DL7 > > i said this way back when the first few songs were > issued - its all so 'run of the mill', standard > rock music. Yes the musicianship and vocals are > great but the songs are SOOOOOOOOO ordinary and > frankly boring. If only they had some decent > melodies, it would really be
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
Aussie Dave Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It's well played, well produced etc, but it isn't > a patch on Karma unfortunately. That's not to say > it's a bad album. The first 7 tracks are very > solid without entering Winger's usual brilliance. > The album hits a brick wall and never recovers at > Track 8 with Storm In Me. > > I
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
What is the root of the actual problem? Wonder what it is that has affected his mind?
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
Its weird with Geoff, most famous people/rock-stars go a bit mental the more popular they get, with Geoff it's happened the other way round!
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
deflep7 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I knowthere was a thread a few days ago but its > way down so i thought i start a new one. > > I am a big fan and Pull is my favorite. I wasnt a > big fan of IV but I liked Karma alot. some really > great rockers on that one. > > I was very excited bout this new and bought the cd > sp
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3 months 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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3 months ago
rickyboy999
Dalton surely?
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
Thanks Andrew/Tony
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