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rickyboy999
http://crypticrock.com/nightwish-endless-forms-most-beautiful-album-review/ That's not right surely??? 8 million maybe?
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rickyboy999
vanhalen26 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Greg Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Loved Slang.....one of their best > > I like that one to - love the title track. > Pyromania is my fave album, so I'm a Lep fan. > That said - live shows have become very > predictable and I don't see th
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2 days ago
rickyboy999
I can't afford all 3.....
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3 days ago
rickyboy999
RAB Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > 'cos it takes a year of hard work for the team > involved, for no financial reward and they hardly > get a chance to even see much of the show and > after 10 years of putting their lives on hold they > deserved a rest. Thats fair enough Rich
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3 days ago
rickyboy999
if a similar event to Firefest is being held at the same venue why did Firefest event stop in the first place?
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3 days ago
rickyboy999
Is this event organised by the same peole who used to organise Firefest?
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3 days ago
rickyboy999
pantherbyte Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > way do these rock stars that were so great have to > go all weird with god and religion. Its sad. Rip > Aldo Nova RIP Kahn Ive always wondered this. Last live footage of him I saw, he looked immobile and totally out of it.
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4 days ago
rickyboy999
Hes lost it. Hes finished.
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4 days ago
rickyboy999
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Their best with Hagar by a long shot,IMO. Guess > this guy was likely unhappy about any of the Sammy > records then. Oh,well.. his loss. But to say it in > print just shows what a 'knob' he was. T Spot on Terry.
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4 days ago
rickyboy999
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I thought that,but thought you may have implied he > also wrote music and had some inclination about > songwriting. Typical armchair critic then... T Yeah, from what I can remember he said "Get Up" was shite because Sammy said "Heloo babe" at the start of the song, and he was not happy wi
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4 days ago
rickyboy999
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Is he a songwriter then? Never heard of him.. T No Terry he was a critic from the Kerrang review I mentioned
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4 days ago
rickyboy999
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yeah? How many great songs--or songs at all,did > that Kerrang guy write? Twat. T It was Howard Johnson.
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4 days ago
rickyboy999
People say Sammys songs were too pop, but "Dreams" is just classic! I remember the reviewer saying in Kerrang that it was a song "any rock band similar could come up with" or words to that effect, obviously thats bollocks
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5 days ago
rickyboy999
The Live without a net dvd is with Hagar.....its the American 5150 tour
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5 days ago
rickyboy999
It was one of their biggest hits wtf??
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5 days ago
rickyboy999
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > My least fav tho I'm not big on Kingdom Of Desire > either. Or Tambu. Without a high register > singer,hearing Luke and/or Paich for an entire > record just doesn't cut it for me. Not enough > variance there. That said,they're both decent > records in their own right..and Fahreheit WAS > light a
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6 days ago
rickyboy999
To me Fahrenheit is not a po-rock album, just a pop album, thats it...
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6 days ago
rickyboy999
Has he officially left BJ then?
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8 days ago
rickyboy999
Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > WOA, energy, really? Yes have you heard "Natalie", "The Machine" or "Cant let go"?
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8 days ago
rickyboy999
wykkedsensation Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Decent release but absolutely nowhere near what > it's made out to be. Kingdom Of Desire, Turn Back, > Hydra and the bands best release the classic > Isolation blow it into oblivion. Imo it's okay but > a classic? Not a chance, not to the ears it aint. IMO the new cd is good but too varied....
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8 days ago
rickyboy999
It runs out of steam near the end, needed more up tempo melodic rockers, with Isolation it was a straight forward album, full of hooks, thats what I prefer, easily their best album IMO, by far
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11 days ago
rickyboy999
Aussie Dave Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Managed to get my hands on a copy a week ahead of > release, and I must say it kills the last album. > Right up there with there best IMO and well worth > purchasing to any fan sitting on the fence due to > their recent output(Dark Passion Play is extremely > under rated, however Imaginaerum IMO
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15 days ago
rickyboy999
Addyeddy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Two out of three of mine have laready been > mentioned, but... > > Cinderella-What is stopping them now apart from > laziness? > Poison- Ditto > Axe-Would love to hear the first album played in > it's entirety live. Poison themselves have said that "the well has run dry" in ter
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15 days ago
rickyboy999
90% of the bands you have all mentioned are way. way past their best.
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15 days ago
rickyboy999
jaketothebone Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Damn Yankees > Slamer > Bad English > Giant > Blue Murder > Emerald rain > Mr Mister > Steelhouse Lane > Spin Gallery > Urban Tale > Under Suspicion > Strangeways(Walk in the Fire) > Guild of Ages Do you meanyou wish Strangeways would return with an album in the s
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15 days ago
rickyboy999
OzzMosiz Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Watched Steel Panther at Wembley Arena on Saturday > 14th March - wow, just wow! These guys were > absolutely fantastic. ~I have seen them before > supporting Leppard and had reservations about them > performing at such a big arena as headliners. > > They certainly held the audience in the pal
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15 days ago
rickyboy999
Best album since Isolation?
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18 days ago
rickyboy999
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Just watched/listened and...decent song. Like most > of what I've heard by them. Like it,don't love it. > Something sort of faceless/generic about them and > I'm not sure why. One of those bands I'd need more > time scoping. But I don't know if I'll ever get > that time. And maybe that says it all..
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18 days ago
rickyboy999
Idiosyncrasy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I like both bands and I don't personally object to > backing tracks as long as all members of the band > are playing their respective parts live as well. > > Most melodic rock stuff is SO densely layered and > arranged, that it's simply impossible to recreate > that wall of sound live with
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18 days ago
rickyboy999
The Martin brothers are musically very good live, bit on stage with Vega the focus is on Nick - and he does have that "X-Factor" and stage presence a front man should have - and check their last single from the link below - if that is not the AOR song of the year I don't know what is! https://youtu.be/aasxt1Wo0Kk
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