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rickyboy999
For any other band? Its weird how his solo stuff sounds nothing like the Icon stuff he wrote!
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3 days ago
rickyboy999
He looks a bit strange in that 2011 live clip...immobile, like he is in a bit of pain
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6 days ago
rickyboy999
Never understood why Nevison always mixed the bass low on stuff he produces
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7 days ago
rickyboy999
How can just a remaster add more bass though? I will def be checking out!
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8 days ago
rickyboy999
mullets4geetars Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Nope, Not for me. Not even close. Most pop thing > they did. a Couple stellar songs, a couple more > good songs and pop fluff to round it out for me. > > High quality fluff but I MUCH prefer 'When Seconds > Count' 1986 with granted more synths but alot > more guitar work & i think b
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9 days ago
rickyboy999
Don Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I remember reading lots of peoples' posts about > this band a few years back. At the time, I > checked 'em out, and then revisited their stuff a > few times on iTunes. I wound up downloading a few > select songs, but I don't think I was all that > impressed or enthusiastic, really. > > Month
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11 days ago
rickyboy999
joe Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Dull. eh??
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11 days ago
rickyboy999
Its wayyy better than the crap he did with Pinnick
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12 days ago
rickyboy999
Steve_Roamer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Peter M. Bietenholz Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Well, as much as I like their classic records, > I > > think both "Firefly" and "Transistor" and even > the > > more commercial "My Religion" (which overall
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12 days ago
rickyboy999
Would of sounded amazing with Kevin Elson or David Prater producing
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14 days ago
rickyboy999
Tony still is my favourite singer and artistically can do what he wants however he says their new album will be like Nights of the new thunder with a modern twist - wtf?? KOTNT was ok but basic hard rock, the next album and Intuition took them to a new level songwriting/playing wise - Tony seems to forget that those two albums made the band. What do you all think? Agree or disagree?
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4 weeks ago
rickyboy999
chrisakin Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Having met him on several occasions, I'll state > emphatically that Jon Bon Jovi is the furthest > thing possible from being a nice guy. He's an > arrogant, pompous douchebag who's only nice and > fake friendly when it benefits him or his image. > The only guy more fake that does this same thing
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4 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Generations was a piece of shit album, production too raw, its garbage
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
JIMMY AGATES Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yeah Bon Jovi should've gone in a more melodic > rock direction and forever languish in obscurity > like most of the bands we follow - great > idea...NOT! Err what happened when they released "Its My Life"- a song more like their old stuff?? It was their biggest hit for years!!1
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Melodicmax Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Its not Should Of, that doesnt make any sense!! It > is should have!! I am sorry but I am tired of the > massacre of the English language I see everywhere > now! This one in particular grates on my nerves. > English is not my first language by the way, so if > I can speak it correctly, why not Eng
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
bmg Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I think I'm with you on this Rickyboy > > New Jersey seemed to make me lose interest in BJ > and I have never taken much interest since. The > songs werent bad, but they were not 'class' - they > didnt have the extra quality of say, 'Livin On A > Prayer'. The best songs on the album lack a 'wow'
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
RAMSAY Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Love Bad Medicine. Love the album. Hate this > topic. ;-) Its just my opinion mate. I just prefer a harder edged melodic rock sound than "Bad Medicine"....gimme Im a believer or Die Off Hard anyday....
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
blm Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I think people who use 'of' instead of 'have' are > really annoying :DDD Amended Bruce! So getting back to the OP.....your thoughts?
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
For those of you that say it sold millions well of course it did, they were massive at the time, whatever they released would of sold loads!
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
In my opinion of course....well I would veer towards a more melodic rock type of sound instead of trying to be Bruce Springsteen. Scrap Bad Medicine, its GARBAGE. Maybe collabarate wih Gregg Fulkerson (RIP) "True Romance" would possibly be a good BJ song....and a better produced "Thunder in the night" would be amazing. Insist on a clearer, more polished mix and a drum sound wi
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6 weeks ago
rickyboy999
This track by Robbie reminds me of Muse
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6 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Hes a twat who hates anything in tune or melodic
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7 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Terry - clips of all tracks are available via Amazon
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7 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Love it! Holding On is my fave, a brilliant slice of melodic hard rock!!
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8 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Hello there, I have just replied :-)
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2 months 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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2 months 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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4 months ago
rickyboy999
What's their rockiest album?
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4 months ago
rickyboy999
Gut instinct Terry....its average
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4 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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