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8 days ago
rickyboy999
alaskaman Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFlWfBfAfkM&featur > e=youtu.be > > Sounds all right, like a mix of Overload and Human > Nature. The long layoff seemed to bring their > energy back, but I wouldn't say the songs are > classic based on the samples.. Spot on mate. Im Underwhelmed. The 3 t
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13 days ago
rickyboy999
NIK WILSON Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi all, > > I've been listening to quite a lot of 'Europe' > recently and I have to admit 'Prisoners in > Paradise' is still a great album IMO. I'm > surprised that (and I know he didn't play on it) > John Norum doesn't like it. He doesn't seem to > have the same level of disdain for 'Ou
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14 days ago
rickyboy999
I think it will be like the last album....safe and average.
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15 days ago
rickyboy999
Is Keith Scott still in the band?
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24 days ago
rickyboy999
Have this lot split up?
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25 days ago
rickyboy999
Did Mutt produce it?
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25 days ago
rickyboy999
ROCKDOG Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Just been reading Classic Rock AOR,and there is an > article on Toto, > Now I know "Hold the Line" rocks,so I bought the > 1st album years ago..very disappointed..sound like > smooth bar room music to me,I've never heard > anything since to change my mind(Africa/Rosanna > etc). > Is
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25 days ago
rickyboy999
Don Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ...Have you listened to Lionville? I must admit > that I was underwhelmed when I first listened to > Work of Art too. It wasn't until I really started > digging the Lionville "II" album that I started > enjoying WoA more. Who knows, if it worked for > me, it might work for you as well (?!?).
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27 days ago
rickyboy999
Don Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > rickyboy999 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > > > > Apart from "Dream On" are there any songs that > > really are hit material though? > > > Absolutely!!!!!!!!! Yes, Yes Yes! How about > "Talk To Me," "Where
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27 days ago
rickyboy999
Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Agree 100%. > > And since then he's completely lacked any edge > whatsoever. > > You Want It, Cuts, Reckless & Into The Fire all > classic. > > No way he's going to produce something to match > those. Spot on Andrew. He should get his old band back and maybe contact Jim Va
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27 days ago
rickyboy999
"Western Skies" reminds me of Then Jericho for some reason....
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27 days ago
rickyboy999
Aorsweden Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I think the debute has clearly better songs, more > "hits". ITS is fantastic too, but the debute is > one of the best records ever to come out from > Canada. Apart from "Dream On" are there any songs that really are hit material though?
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27 days ago
rickyboy999
matt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > No it's not rickyboy All about opinions.....AI think ITS is much better produced, Putner is a great producer and great for AOR bands....
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27 days ago
rickyboy999
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Into The Fire WAS really strong stuff. > But..methinks it didn't sell anywhere near the > amount his prior 2 albums did. Bloody shame as > it's a fine album-loved it soon as I heard it back > when,and was astonished that ut didn't fair so > well. One of those 'beginning of the end' moments > in
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29 days ago
rickyboy999
ITS is far better than the debut
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29 days ago
rickyboy999
Is that the band that were sort of hi-tech AOR and had a song called "Lost in my heart"?
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29 days ago
rickyboy999
Doug Wolfgang Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Can't think of any of the 80s bands (who are still > touring) that are now (primarily) comprised of > bald men. Feel free to give examples. Non tiuring band - Boulevard :-)
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30 days ago
rickyboy999
RAMSAY Wrote: > I don't think Jon's acting work is responsible for > his wealth. I realise that....just saying he wants to look good as he acts now and again.
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30 days ago
rickyboy999
I realise JBJ himself is an actor and can afford cosmetic procedures etc....but half the bands from the 80's are now bald! Amazing how nobody is BJ started to loose their hair! Guess they are very lucky.....
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30 days ago
rickyboy999
Wow! Could be interesting......I must say the band have aged a bit, unrecognisable from 1990!! To be expected I guess.....
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30 days ago
rickyboy999
"Lead me on" is a perfect track to listen to late at night.
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30 days ago
rickyboy999
What do you all think to this? I quite like it, I don't normally go for lighter/poppier/more laid back AOR but this album is pretty good. Would of liked them to go for a bit more of an uptempo/rockier direction but they split up after ITS. Shame!
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4 weeks ago
rickyboy999
The stuff he wrote with Kiss for Hot in the Shade was naff I think. Close your eyes is pretty good, not keen on the Kix singer. An good AOR band with better vocals would of done a much better version I think
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4 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Line of Fire was garabage, maybe a different band would of recored it better?
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4 weeks ago
rickyboy999
For any other band? Its weird how his solo stuff sounds nothing like the Icon stuff he wrote!
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4 weeks 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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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Never understood why Nevison always mixed the bass low on stuff he produces
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
How can just a remaster add more bass though? I will def be checking out!
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5 weeks 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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5 weeks 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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