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2 days ago
rickyboy999
adolfo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Diving For Pearls first album > Damn Yankees > Salute: Toy soldier and Heart of the machine DY are nothing like these bands. And DFP are more like Bad English (vocally)
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5 days ago
rickyboy999
The Stealer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Those HOL threads can be fun and lively though. It > is a nice change of pace once in a while when > people get really passionate and a little heated. > It keeps things interesting and entertaining. > > No one wants a forum where everyone is holding > hands singing We Are The World. Where e
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5 days ago
rickyboy999
Ydde Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > the original poster was hardly an innocent party I just posted an article up from the net. Made for an interesting post though.
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6 days ago
rickyboy999
Oh well.....
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8 days ago
rickyboy999
Look how sub standard and naff the album was. AV is nowhere near as good as Johnny boy in the songwriting or guitar playing department is he? And check out the look on Kadolener's face when he goes tothe studio in the doc on YT....
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8 days ago
rickyboy999
The Stealer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > LOL. > > So it makes sense for you that Joel should be on > the album to beef up the guitars instead of > Adrian, because he is in Whitensake. > > But cool if Coverdale has other musicians who > weren't on the original Restless Heart album and > are not WS members, who are also con
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9 days ago
rickyboy999
The Stealer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I actually prefer it to what Vai ended up doing, > but I understand why the label thought it sounded > boring and bland. They wanted fiery playing like > Sykes. > > Vandenberg was the same on Manic Eden, Restless > Heart and Moonkings. He has the goods to play > incredibly well, but he
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9 days ago
rickyboy999
The Stealer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Olsen's comments don't benefit him in any way. > That's the point about him having no reason to > lie. He doesn't look good or bigger or more > important by saying it. > > In fact it has had the opposite effect - people > like you who think he's lying. > > What else does Adrian ha
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10 days ago
rickyboy999
jason the buc Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > rickyboy999 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > He NEVER gets asked about these issues! > > > Like a lot of celebrities,he and/or his management > probably request that the questions be submitted > ahead of time,and they tell the interviewer
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11 days ago
rickyboy999
The Stealer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Of course they are going to say that. David and > other members are not going to throw Adrian under > the bus. > > There is no reason for Olsen to lie. He doesn't > benefit from it all since there are people like > you that think he is just making it up. > > Interesting that David
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11 days ago
rickyboy999
He NEVER gets asked about these issues!
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11 days ago
rickyboy999
The Stealer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > There was no hand injury. Both John Kalodner and > Keith Olsen have said it was a story created to > explain why he wasn't on the album. > > He just wasn't bringing the guitars in a way that > Geffen and Olsen thought they should sound, which > in hindsight makes sense when you listen to &
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11 days ago
rickyboy999
The Stealer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Steve Vai was brought in because the label and > producers weren't happy with Adrian's work on the > album. > > Steve Vai also didn't want to record with another > guitarist. He wasn't dying to be in Whitesnake, so > he had his terms. Are you saying AV recorded his parts with a damaged h
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12 days ago
rickyboy999
Falken Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > rickyboy999 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > I knew that would be the case.....I never > > understood why DC went with Vandenberg as his > > playing and songwriting has always been average > > With his persona he was perfect foe those MTV >
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12 days ago
rickyboy999
The Stealer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > If reports are true that Jake E. Lee was asked to > join Whitesnake, but turned Cov down, then I would > say he would be far better suited for WS over > Vandenberg, especially considering Badlands. That would of been interesting.....Im guessing DC asked him to join after TUC tour?
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12 days ago
rickyboy999
The Stealer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Kalodner has also said the injury wasn't real. There you go!
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12 days ago
rickyboy999
Falken Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > According to an interview with producer Keith > Olsen they, after first start of recodings, > realised Vandenberg's guitar work didn't live up > to standards and this injury story was made up. > > This is was covered in one of the w-s biographies > I read. I believe it was by Martin Popoff. I
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13 days ago
rickyboy999
He seem to miraculously recover in time for the tour - hmmmmm......I wondering if Coverdale was concerned that AV was not up to Sykes in terms of guitar playing or songwriting and got Vai in to get more attention - what do you all think?
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18 days ago
rickyboy999
Heartlinecastle Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Add some pomp and actually craft an album worthy > of the name... Yes. And use a decent songwriter to write songs with. Who though?
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18 days ago
rickyboy999
The Stealer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I think James just uses the HOL name to sell > whatever he wants to do. Even if it doesn't really > sound like classic HOL. He knows that a HOL album > will sell better than James Christian solo album. > > I think unless Christian can get some original > members back and focus on the classic
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18 days ago
rickyboy999
Ross S. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Jake was pushing for more and fairer splits of the > songwriting royalties, especially for Bark At the > Moon, on which he got used. Sharon decided the > next young greenhorn who would accept an > "introductory rate" was in order. I thought it would be something like that.I know he insisted
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18 days ago
rickyboy999
Jkae says Sharon took him out to dinner and everythng was fine. Next day he was told by Phil Soussan and Randy Castillo that e was going to be fired. He rang Sharon who tild him that was the case. So what was the point of the dinner with hi? Why not tell him then? Also, is there a book on Ozzy in which he reveals the specific reason for firing him?
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18 days ago
rickyboy999
Maro Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > We tackled it a bit in earlier Kansas & Alice > Cooper threads about underperformance of Kansas > and Alice Cooper's MCA albums, but I knew there is > more to the story so I did a little research about > MCA label and underperformance of melodic or > harder rocking releases they had between > 19
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4 weeks ago
rickyboy999
id Erik write any of the material?
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6 weeks ago
rickyboy999
cookie Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Should just release it in demo form, that one > track was lovely. The rest is just as good
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6 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Its 12 tracks of power pop perfection. > > Remains unreleased as Erik wasn't the only driving > force behind it and neither has found time. Found time? As far as Im aware its already been recorded. This is such a shame. Its too good to remain hidden.
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7 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Never understod why this has never been released....??
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7 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Idiosyncrasy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hope that Robert Sall contributes to the writing > this time. Enjoyed Earthrage but didn't hear any > Work of Art influences at all. Did he co-write anythin on Earthage?
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7 weeks ago
rickyboy999
alaskaman Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > While I enjoyed Earthrage, I think it suffered > from a little Martenson-fatigue. He has put out > so much music the past five years with Eclipse, > W.E.T. and other artists that it's becoming a bit > "samey" sounding to me. > > Hoping they're inspired to write some great new >
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7 weeks ago
rickyboy999
totobob Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Sorry but I strongly disagree. Not that Dark > Element is bad, just not in the same league as the > last two Nightwish albums. Ok please explain why its not as their latest pile of shit and Imaginarium?
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