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2 days ago
nobycane
So far I am really digging what I am hearing from the two samples...though the last snippet the guitar solo is a little much - its like the dude spazes out and lost all control of reality there! (LOL). But this is really the JSS album I have been wishing he's make ever since he contributed his voice to the RockStar Movie Soundtrack...now the way its looking this is going to make "Damage C
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2 days ago
nobycane
Ghost is one of those bands that are really interesting to listen to. I see where they pull their influences from, classic rock in the vein of BOC, Alice Cooper, Iron Butterfly Yes, etc. Creeping lyrics - yes, musically is a wonderful band...its interesting how one listens to one or two songs and you automatically have the need to check out more.
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4 days ago
nobycane
I have not seen too much mentioned about this band fronted by Oliver Weers...The new band featuring Oliver Weers (OLIVER WEERS BAND) on vocals, was formed out of the ashes of PUMP. I came across this by accident over on youtube.com, checked out some other tunes by the band from their album "Tattooed Woman". I have to admit, that so far from what I have heard this is really damn good
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5 days ago
nobycane
According to the MR.com front page... Simplicity in the Frontiers version released across Europe, will include the following songs: 1. MP3 2. Ricochet 3. Rise and Fall 4. So Divine... 5. Cross My Heart 6. Honestly 7. Flip Side! 8. Other than Me 9. Break of Dawn 10. Burnout to Fade 11. Life is a River 12. Sympathy 13. Time Bomb 14. 'Til that Day 15. Burnout to Fade (writing de
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7 days ago
nobycane
I checked off 39 out of 100 on this list! I'm a major music nerd, and most people in my life consider me to be an expert. I'm very committed, but there’s some lines I don’t cross.
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10 days ago
nobycane
I agree......SLANG was released in a slew of releases that found a majority of bands from the 80's attempting to reinvent themselves to blend in with the current music scene...and SLANG got bundled up with the rest of them at the time. Though, if SLANG was release within the last 3-5 years as a fresh release...would it see the same fate it did back in 1996? OR would DL fans be more responsive
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11 days ago
nobycane
Well, Euphoria was a nice return and attempt back to their Hysteria/Adrenalize sound. I would agree with you that "All Night" was a terrible track to be included on the full-length album...definitely an odd-man out track or filler track...then again, IMO is more tuned to a b-side track. Now they could have replaced "All Night" with any of the other b-sides or bonus track
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13 days ago
nobycane
Interesting - I see references to "Dawn Patrol", "7 Wishes", "Hole in the Sun".... so far!
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13 days ago
nobycane
Damn - that is F'n sweet!!!!!!!! Bring on this album NOW!!!!!!!!
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4 weeks ago
nobycane
ALBUMS: 1. Ace Frehley 2. Revenge 3. Creatures of the Night 4. Love Gun 5. Animalize 6. Asylum 7. Lick it Up 8. Crazy Nights 9. Monster 10. Hot in the Shade SONGS: 1. Rock N Roll Hell 2. Rise To It 3. Uh! All Night 4. Hell or High Water 5. All Hell's Breakin' Loose 6. Take it Off 7. Thou Shalt Not 8. Rip It Out 9. Shock Me 10.C'mon and Love Me
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4 weeks ago
nobycane
As with Ken, I really did not get into KISS until Creatures came out (last makeup album release).....then when the unmasked throughout the 80's and 90's - this was "my" KISS that I grew up listening to, unlike many others who grew up listening and seeing KISS during their heyday makeup days in the 70's. Since Lick It Up/Animalize...through Asylum/Crazy Nights, were my favorites at th
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4 weeks ago
nobycane
Neverland & Seven are excellent albums...those two alone were a wonderful melodic/Aor comeback of the band. Eventhough, Feeding off the Mojo was a great album IMO, but these two were classic Night Ranger. Remember spinning these on my trucks cd player back and forth from college. Definitely very powerful and well-written tracks on them... Now, I could not get into Hole in the Sun....it ju
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4 weeks ago
nobycane
If I remember correctly, during the original Down N Outz sessions, the band recorded like 20-30 songs total, so I would have to conclude that this second release is some of those songs initially recorded...maybe recently the band convened to "polish" up some of the recordings, song selection and write a new tune and possibly add a track or two (covers) to the list. So I would not nec
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5 weeks ago
nobycane
I have been trying to follow this new incarnation of Hurricane for the last couple of years now, ever since it was announced. From my understanding...the project was no more. Their website (new) is now gone. Since Freeman is doing Last in Line, Sarzo is with Tate's Queensryche with his brother Rudy...there was no news on anything. However according to Cavazo's Facebook page, Hurricane start
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5 weeks ago
nobycane
cookie Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You can buy it from the link and get it delivered! That is what I am wondering over here in the USA, I want to subscribe to Classic Rock and AOR Rock magazines, but since they are published across the pond there...I am worried about if mailing subscriptions are available and worth it cost-wise. Plus, they are extre
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6 weeks ago
nobycane
Just my two-cents; I really believe that it is time for MC to retire. They have had a huge struggle to make it back towards the top of their game since MC'94...with Tommy Lee leaving the band, Randy Castillo passing away, Generation Swine failing to meet expectations, and all the continuing drama and frustrations within the band themselves. They all want to move forward with their careers and
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8 weeks ago
nobycane
From KISS's website posted today (2/23/2014): http://www.kissonline.com/ To All Our Fans In Regards To The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Out of respect, Ace and Peter's recent statements demand a quick response to you, our fans. Our intention was to celebrate the entire history of KISS and give credit to all members including long time present members Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer, a
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8 weeks ago
nobycane
Revisiting this album this past week; Rick Springfield Songs For The End Of The World. Wow - such a wonderful and comprehensive release. * I know there was a conglomerate of bonus tracks for each version/cover...but I don't have the list. Does anyone have the list of bonus tracks names?
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8 weeks ago
nobycane
Oh.......but I am willing to bet that there will be some mention of Eric Carr (RIP), and then dismissing Ace, Peter, Vinnie and Bruce. What cheapens this honorary event is that KISS family should ALL be up there, Gene, Paul, Ace, Peter, Vinnie, Bruce and a remembrance to Eric and Mark. They ALL made Kiss to what they are today.......ALL should be up there to be inducted. Van Halen F'd this up
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2 months ago
nobycane
I agree... I am a big SB fan, however, the song is ok - nothing too special. Almost get the impression of a 'filler' track IMO. If this is the theme/style of the entire album...it is going to be a huge disappointment. If not, and this is just a fluke - then great, it was a piss-poor choice of a first impression single.
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2 months ago
nobycane
Don't forget, The Scream had a movie soundtrack song on Encino Man entitled "Young & Dumb". The Scream Young & Dumb
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2 months ago
nobycane
This is release at its core has really great potential...and to see JEL back, is a nice welcome. With that being said, and no real disrespect to Darren, but this was the poorest choice of a vocalist for this comeback. IMO the vocals are really hard to listen to on a majority of his tracks, which in turn ruins the experience of listening to the songs themselves. Its a shame this went down the w
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3 months ago
nobycane
Very much looking forward to this one... hoping for a PUll/Karma blend too. IV was a very mature album for the band which more or less fit in at the time of release (2006) with a lot of other Rock, AOR, Hard Rock releases. A hard release to digest at first, definitely took several listens to off an on for a couple of years to grasp the quality of the release....but to be expected with a band
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3 months ago
nobycane
I am not surprised that they are calling it quits. Listen, I am a MC fan - have been since '83, and have followed them ever since. But to the honest, it is time for them to draw the curtains. You can tell that certain bands have exhausted their own creativity and desire in the moniker they have been trying to maintain for decades. Each band member obviously has their own plans; whether its in
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3 months ago
nobycane
Let's see here, the ones I know for sure.... 1. RATT 2. Sebastian Bach 3. Night Ranger 4. Adriangale (that Greatest Hits disc) 5. House of Lords 6. Winger 7. Rubicon Cross * Hopefuls...... 8. Steelheart 9. Def Leppard (EP or Full Length) 10. T&N
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3 months ago
nobycane
Am I not correct in stating that Restless Heart was recorded under the moniker Tattoo Rodeo in 1990 for the OST movie Kid (1990)?
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3 months ago
nobycane
Do not forget the three Hurricane releases were done the same way too. Take What You Want (deluxe ed.) Over the Edge Slave to the Thrill * Purchased the fist two releases this way because it was a nightmare to find the original cd / hardcase versions at a reasonable price...and I all wanted to do was replace my cassette versions.
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4 months ago
nobycane
No Alice in Chains???????? No W.E.T.????????? That is a little ridiculous IMO. * But then again, it could be worse - The Geoff Tate's Queensryche could have made the list! LOL
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5 months ago
nobycane
Well, as much as I liked that song "That's Why I Love Ya", we can pretty much conclude that the song was originally written back around 1995/96 shortly after the Twister Soundtrack and the falling out between Hagar & VH the first time. Therefore Mitch Malloy wrote and demoed/recorded it sometime in 1996 prior to DLR and the whole VH-Mtv stunt in 1996 coinciding with the Best of Vol.
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5 months ago
nobycane
A two-fold problem here... there is no dispute that the digital world has raped the physical albums sales dramatically, thus resulting in alternative means and methods to obtain music (legally or illegally) - 'Nuff Said! Though a solution needs to present itself quickly for both consumer and artist alone. I can image that the sheer costs to produce, manufacture and distribute physical full-len
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