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9 days ago
nobycane
Saw them in concert when they first started out in a little christian barn-like concert theater in Columbus,Ohio back in 1987, when they has their EP and ST album just released. They rocked hard that evening, they also had a meet and greet (when they were free), after the concert...they ensured that anyone who wanted to meet, take pics, sign merchandise, etc. were given an opportunity, regardless
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10 days ago
nobycane
The problem with opinionated reviews (whether its by Andrew or any of us on here), is that they are subjective. Each individual is going to review and comment on said album release based on, not only on some previous bias aspect within the artists catalog or previous releases. For example, when I commented on JRGW in a previous thread, I did compared this release categorically to the previous
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11 days ago
nobycane
It makes you wonder though, with Punky and Frank's albums both being well received, if the success of both of their releases and outings here recently would allow them to be motivated enough to consider reuniting with their fellow band mates, Felix, Barry, and (hopefully) Gregg. However, are they marketable enough now...for someone like (Frontiers as an example), to sign them and to release an
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11 days ago
nobycane
To be honest, I am glad that there is an appreciation of the JRGW album, but to be honest...it bored the hell out of me. While there is some good songs on the record, if you can dismiss this as being a Great White album, but the mix and order of selected tracks on this album makes it very difficult to listen to...it doesn't flow at all, which makes it boring to listen to. To brand this album a
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13 days ago
nobycane
Definitely exciting news...I thought for sure WET was put on hold for an unknown time period. I am excited to see if they can take this next album and blow both previous records out of the park. I am glad that that this is going to be a full studio record and not something else - like what "CHICKENFOOT" just pulled with their recent release! LOL
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18 days ago
nobycane
Walk In The Shadows Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > He's still in the band? > > :) Well, this month at least...who knows what will happen come April.
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22 days ago
nobycane
My obvious choices are: - Great White (1984) - Stick It (1984) - Shot in the Dark (1986) - Once Bitten (1987) - Twice Shy (1989) - Hooked (1991) - Psycho City (1992) THis is the classic sounding GW, and IMO these albums considered the ultimate classic catalog...after 1992/1993, you can tell there is turmoil in the band, and along with the ever changing music industry, the grunge movem
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22 days ago
nobycane
QR is more screwed up trying to figure out what the hell is going on than trying to figure out what's going on in the VH camp! To be honest, if they 'really' wanted James Durbin that bad...then why the hell did they take on this Seann Nicols and record this dismal sounding album??? Then fire the guy before the release? QR and Frontiers need to act quickly and pull their heads out of their a
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23 days ago
nobycane
While the Mitch Malloy version is good, I would prefer the solo in the original version ... THAT solo is really awesome, if that solo was embedded into this version....monster hit IMO.
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29 days ago
nobycane
I also have to agree with John K. here that TMF is easily 2017 Album of The Year!!!!!! I can see that many people want to see these "project" bands tour...who doesn't? But in the long scheme of things, what is more important here for these newly formed bands? Touring? Selling Records? or Both? I think a great project of talented artists who write and record a great album deserves th
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5 weeks ago
nobycane
Have you purchased the 10,000,000 fans cannot be wrong box set??? There is a lot on there that is from that time period you are seeking....IN Addition, there is the New Jersey Deluxe Box Set too.
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5 weeks ago
nobycane
Agreed. I listened to some of the tracks, and for me, why the hell do we need another DL Live release? We have Mirrorball & Viva Hysteria within the last 5-6 years...PLUS, the 1983 live show attached to the Pyromania deluxe edition. I get it - that fans wanted live shows...but its getting a bit redundant IMO. PLus, if they were going to release any more live stuff, do an official release o
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7 weeks ago
nobycane
I was wondering whether or not RS would return or not. Obviously Deen and Ale and possibly Jack will be involved, but I guess the question will be whether or not Doug will be willing to partake in the 2nd round? I was honestly convinced that after the whole incident with Deen that this project/band was over and done with...so it is surprising that there is another round in the works. Plus,
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2 months ago
nobycane
tts42572 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I actually got a bit of that vibe also...Opening > sorta reminds me of Leppard's Let It Go. > > Some of the riffage and harmonies are also very > Leppard-like. > > The production issues might knock this album down > a few points for me but I still like the songs > I've heard so not goi
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2 months ago
nobycane
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That's cool that Mike @ NEH still holds to the > same deal he has always had-glad to hear it. Just > that I usually only order one (new) cd at a time > due to cost (mainly). If I can buy any cheaper > from another source--I will. Also am considering a > couple other sources in the future. Someone &
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2 months ago
nobycane
Yep... you are correct. It is a compilation album of tracks from ST, Live and III... it should include the Japan Bonus tracks and the new track as well... Its a cash grab of course.
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2 months ago
nobycane
This is good news because I got into J.L. when Livin Out Loud came out in 2009...but at that point the first two releases were OOP and really expensive. So this is exciting to be able to purchase these two in a package. Thanks a lot!
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2 months ago
nobycane
....and yet there are some that criticize Steel Panther as being a complete joke of a band in the industry. At least Steel Panther can write damn good songs (musically) regardless of the lyrical content, they are far superior than Crosson.
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2 months ago
nobycane
I am actually surprised that RS is even still active considering the incidents of Deen's situation in recent past. Jack not being affiliated is understandable - new NR album and tour is on the horizon anyways. Doug being too busy with Dead Daises to be able to contribute... So obviously Deen and Ale are the remaining functioning members of this band. Makes you wonder if RS will move forwa
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2 months ago
nobycane
IMHO, from another point of view, Aerosmith has had a damn good run - if indeed they are going to "hang it up" for good. Of course in the last few months there have been some conflicting reports from each of the band members suggesting that there is another album in them to coincide this "Farewell Tour"...which is more than likely wishful thinking than anything. I honestl
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2 months ago
nobycane
yea - You all are correct, this deluxe edition is a complete waste of a release. Just to have a couple of bonus tracks; whether they were unfinished demos or excluded original tracks from the original release...like the Japan Bonus track...really isn't worth the money to repurchase. I am surprised that RatPak Records is actually going along with this... It must be a Tom Keifer thing person
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3 months ago
nobycane
I got a little bit of old and little bit of new: 1. Gotthard "Firebirth" 2. Ugly Kid Joe "Stairway to Hell" 3. Ugly Kid Joe "Uglier than they used to be" 4. Ugly Kid Joe "The Collection" 5. Tyketto "Reach" 6. Hardline "Human Nature" 7. Kelly Keeling "Mind Radio"
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3 months ago
nobycane
Thus being the third new song from Jack Russell's new Great White moniker...I am not impressed at all, a little boring. It sounds basic, canned, the production is sloppy, and there is no energy to the songs. I went back and listened to Jack's two solo albums, and those are far superior to what he is putting out now. It is amazing that Frontiers is allowing the production quality to go forwa
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3 months ago
nobycane
Oh c'mon people......tell me this doesn't rip your head offs! ;-) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5u0yiplamdw
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3 months ago
nobycane
DL is one of my all-time favorite bands, and always been excited about if they have the opportunity to display a video for their music on new albums...but, with these new videos...they are terrible, unoriginal, lazy and uninspiring. The band really had an opportunity to really hype up the album with some video possibilities for these singles...but someone really dropped the ball on this one. T
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3 months ago
nobycane
I was not impressed with the single, again like others have stated, it sounds like an Alice Cooper b-side/leftover track. The production quality is a bit rough, the guitar work isn't that impressive either. Jack's vocals-it doesn't sound anything like Jack at all...though it could be due to a hard life here recently, maybe its the track/song specifically. I think Tony Montana sounds more l
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4 months ago
nobycane
Interesting...are we listening to the same album here? Because I don't hear what you all are hearing.Of course I am not looking for nor wanting another SWW, NJ, TD album...so I respect everyone's opinion here. However, I think it is another dismal Bon Jovi album. Of course in my opinion, BJ (as a band) has lost all reality of their identity and sound since "Lost Highway"...i did n
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5 months ago
nobycane
I agree it is hard to pass final judgement on an album based on 3 preview tracks alone. However, I absolutely agree with the OP take on those three tracks alone. "Nobody's Fool"- is a great track, I am listening to this one more so than the other two. However, if these were the only three single tracks being released to preview the album, Frontiers dropped the ball on the promotional
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6 months ago
nobycane
Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > They don't like MRR and I'm not fast enough to > post their reviews. Well...they should be damn lucky that MRR.com even promotes and reviews their bands and releases in the first place. And for them to be tight-assed over time frame reviews...their loss for not working with you.
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6 months ago
nobycane
They should released this one first......real good track.
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