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5 days ago
rickyboy999
Are you sure they are from Mood Swings era? Sounds to me like 1st album stufff - apart from Lost in yesterday
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2 months ago
rickyboy999
G3LesPaul Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Holy shit > > These first 2 songs are 100 times better than > anything else they have released on their last 2 > albums IMO Totally agree
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
Lynchomaniac Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > garyt Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Are You Ready to Rock was their best imo. > > I'm with you, that one and Armageddonize are the > ones for me - need to check out the new one more > thoroughly. But initial impression is that it's > mor
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
G3LesPaul Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Meh, this isn’t really Eclipse to me > > Are there any songs faster than 100 BPM on this > album? > > Guitars are held back, very mellow rock to me > > After their Eurovision song, seems like they are > just trying to replicate that style The guitars are indeed held back. Dissap
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
doncherry Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > well a very busy day ahead with heaps of new stuff > to get our ears around.so first cab off the rank > for me today was eclipse paradigm {a distinct set > of concepts or thought patterns }. a solid effort > , no fillers with songs that will smash it in a > live show .good work boys!! its no armage
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
https://youtu.be/OpJ1ma3I0Ag And pretty damm good it is too...
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
Aussie Dave Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Never understood the hype with this band. The > singer is horrible and most of their songs are god > awful besides the odd track. I do give every album > of their's a try, as I will do with this one, > however I'm yet to give anything of their's more > than a couple of spins. 'One Way Ticket' and
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
machinehead Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I have the both versions,Jap one is far superior > sounding. How is it superior sounding?
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
pure666metal Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Ozzy should have written all the songs for TUS and > produced it just like he did on Bark :) I hope you are being sarcastic..
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
Irwin m fletcher Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > rickyboy999 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Irwin m fletcher Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > I like it the way it is to. > > > Ozzy > > > Jake > >
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
Irwin m fletcher Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I like it the way it is to. > Ozzy > Jake > Phil Soussan > Randy Castillo > Mike Moran (actually a genuison keys) > > Great album. My fav Ozzy album. So your saying Moran is as good as Don Airy was on Bark at the Moon?
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
adolfo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The Ultimate Sin is by far my fav Ozzy record. > I'm happy the way it sounds. I have the remastered > japanese 2007. The sound is the same as the Kiss album Nevison produced. Glossy, no power. Too shiny
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
That line up was great, TUS had a few decent songs but sounded shit. And Mike Moran was no Don Airey was he? Max Norman would of done a much better job. And ditch Never Know why, Lightning Strikes and you would of had a decent record. Does Ozzy mention in his book why he got rid of the BATM line up ? (apart from Jake)
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
Troy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It blew apart because James Michael was having > some personal issues, but supposedly Ashby > finished it on his own and it's gonna see the > light of day eventually. They were called > Pyromantic. In other words hes a coke head
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
machinehead Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Well that was disappointing Agreed.....I always feel they can do better....
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
Peter M. Bietenholz Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I hope they locked out AdV. Yeah they need to get rid...
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I can see where you’re coming from re: the first > two. I don’t get his legendary status, and each > of his albums are very patchy. > The video for Monkey On Your Back is hilarious. Agred, I dont see what was so special about him
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
DCD Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I like the production, and several of their songs, > but to be honest I'm over the dark lyrics and > "gonna be alright after falling down the rabbit > hole" theme. I would really love to hear something > new lyrically...my two cents nobody asked for! Totally agree
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
tts42572 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Just fantastic! I can see the comments from the > band there in that they're going for something > between Address the Nation and Tearing Down the > Walls. > > I was curious to hear how they'd do without Tobias > Lindell producing...he's sorta been their Mutt > Lange. Sounds like they're d
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
So dissapointing.....massive step backwards
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3 months ago
rickyboy999
doncherry Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > sorry i just dont get it ,am i missing something > here this is utter shite.does any one here like > these pricks Me neither. GARBAGE.
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4 months ago
rickyboy999
Cain_Abel Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Peter M. Bietenholz Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > It's catchy and everything, but at the end of > the > > day it's a poor man's Toto. It misses something > > special, something unique, be it an excpetional > > voice or guitar...something
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4 months ago
rickyboy999
I can certainly tell by samples if I like it or not...ie temp. riffs, hooks general feel of the album. Erik has stretched himself too thin...there was no need for the Nordic Union albums
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4 months ago
rickyboy999
You think its as good as the previous 3?
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4 months ago
rickyboy999
After hearing the samples on Amazon I'm Gutted. I feared the worst after the two singles....where are the huge riffs screaming out of the speakers? Jangley and acoustic guitars? No thanks. And there is hardly any up tempo rockers taht they are known for except "Delirious"...no surprise its the best track on the album. Feel so let down....
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5 months ago
rickyboy999
standing-hampton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Sammy was very popular in the UK during the early > 80's > > I caught him live once, but I'm sure he toured > several times ? Them was when he was promoted in Kerrang on a regular basis. From the late 80's onwards they hardly bothered with underated melodic rock acts.....unless they were alr
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6 months ago
rickyboy999
Troy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Blotzer is the sole reason why ratt was in the > position its in. Even Demartini was against > Blotzer. What did Blotzer do?
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6 months ago
rickyboy999
Troy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hotshot is a pretty good album too. I'm not > certain but I think it was the early version of > danger danger before Ted Poley and Andy Timmins. > The songs sound like they pre-date the D2 debut > album. > > This one sounds like it could have been the first > version of what became bang bang
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6 months ago
rickyboy999
Where is the huge roof I was expecting? What a let down
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6 months ago
rickyboy999
Don Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > rickyboy999 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > They are not trying to break the mould. It's > good > > for what it is > > > ...I do get that, Rick. And I'm okay with it. > Not sure if you know or remember this, but I'm the > guy around th
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