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3 days ago
nobycane
I also agree it is a good album too, and understand that many will see this as just another "Frontiers" superband-esque project. But the sad part of this, and not taking anthing away from the album itself, the musicians or the songs themselves...but again I can see why a lot of people would just consider this another Alessandro Del Vecchio project. I do give credit to Alessandro Del
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16 days ago
nobycane
He he he. Of course they did. It is ironic that their big tour with Styx and Tesla was recently announced.....then, they claim the album is going to be delayed another 6-8 months because of big interest in label and distribution??? I am calling bullshit on this one. They figured this big tour is more improtant (probably financial) than screwing around with releasing a new album. So lets release
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17 days ago
nobycane
Well - its not like we saw this coming. Maybe VH figured that releasing a live cd will hold things over for another year or two? Hell no. No tour, no new album. no more fans left in the corale.
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17 days ago
nobycane
Did I just see a teaser for the teaser announcement? LOL Since when are artists taking a page out of the film industry? Crazy.
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19 days ago
nobycane
To me, it is really hard at this stage to judge the entire album on these two songs alone... however, upon initial listen to both "War of Kings" and "Hole in my Pocket", there are such two different tracks that has me personally confused on what direction this album will take overall. I rediscovered Europe with "Start in the Dark", and really enjoyed "Secret
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23 days ago
nobycane
This is another pain in the ass release to find. It can top out on amazon or ebay for $80-100 used. Not officially in-print anymore...so finding it is quite difficult. However the irony is , one still find all three Bad Moon Rising discs separately for relatively moderate prices...new and used. It is this box set that is a pain to find.
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23 days ago
nobycane
This is such a "on the fence" type of release for everyone. On the one side, many have been hoping for an official VH live release with Roth - just not one from a couple years ago. Many wanted the '81, '82 or '83 concerts that have been bootlegged over the years - especially the infamous Oakland CA concert. This is such a disappointment to a lot as the chatter is continuing on the daw
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24 days ago
nobycane
Oh wow - I remember picking up Lion's Dangerous Attraction (Sp. ed.) for like $15US about 10-15 years new...from where I cannot remember. But, damn, its going for like $90-100+ on ebay. Crazy. Though I have never been able to pick up Trouble in Angel City for a reasonable price...even when I originally picked up Dangerous, I couldn't touch Trouble for under $50US. Amazing......
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30 days ago
nobycane
When Vivian stated that when the band first started writing - they were in a hard rock mentality...now months later and in his absence, it seems like things have gone far off the beaten path. The whole 70's thing with the band has been played out.....they did it with YEAH and mixed it up in SPARKLE LOUNGE. I honestly do not have good hopes and faith that this album will be any different that
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4 weeks ago
nobycane
To be honest - both are correct in a sense. Bach, while in Skid Row appeared to be getting heavier and heavier (STTG & SR), and Bach had always said in interviews that he invisioned the band going more towards a heavier metal than away from more modern/progressive sound and certainly away from their more Hair Metal 80's persona. Which obviously Bach took in his solo career - because it refect
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5 weeks ago
nobycane
while we'll never truly know where the tension and hatered lies within Ratt...and it is obvious that Blozter and Pearcy don't get along...there has to be other things going on between Pearcy and DiMartini too. Because if it was just Blozter (and IF he really does own the Ratt name 10% outright), then I cannot imagine Pearcy just asking DiMartini, Croucier, and Cavazo to join him and resurrect
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5 weeks ago
nobycane
I have to agree with a lot of my fellow posters here. Anything from 81-85 is great Y&T, you could even pick up a greatest hits album from that era (there are a couple to choose from). Then "Contagious" and "Ten" ... defiantely. Of course there are those two in the '90's that are hit and miss for fans; "Musically Incorrect" and "Endangered Species&qu
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5 weeks ago
nobycane
nothing impressive by any means......disappointed.
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5 weeks ago
nobycane
It seems that CJ has been so preoccupied with Ribicon Cross and Bill Leverty with his solo projects - that besides a Firehouse tour here and there - I also highly doubt that there is any new material and release on the horizon. In fact - the last time I remember any official news of a new Firehouse album was slated for 2012...but that obviously never materialized. So is that they also feel
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5 weeks ago
nobycane
Isn't Ace Frehley supposed to release a covers album this year as well?
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5 weeks ago
nobycane
Then again ... is the whole Cinderella controversy with their label over by now? Are they considered "free agents"? Because I know one of the many hold ups over the years was that the band could not release a new studio album due to a contract obligation and dispute... so if that is truly over - then this should be an opportunity to shop potential labels for distribution. Becaus
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6 weeks ago
nobycane
Another (Glenn Hughes project) one bites the dust.....
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6 weeks ago
nobycane
I found a solution that works for me here recently. 1. I had invested in several cases of slim jewel cases that I replaced most of my cd cases with (except the digipaks or the double/triple cd cases), and found that I can properly organize, catalog and store all my cds and reduce the bulk and free up more space on my large cd rack (which held 1500 regular cds). I increased potential space by ~
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7 weeks ago
nobycane
The Beatles are an iconic classic rock n roll band from our parents' (many of us I assume) generation. For us, the classics begin really begin in the 70's rock and pre-metal leading up to the genre that was established with AOR, Hair Metal, Hard Rock, etc. I am a music lover of any rock, I appreciate and respect the 50's, 60's & 70's especially because i know the foundation and presedence
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7 weeks ago
nobycane
The ironic thing with the whole DOKKEN story, is that I honestly believe that we'll never truthfully get the full complete story on what happen, when it happen. It is has alwaus been a Lynch/Dokken battle of ego's from the very beginning... always a he said-he said. Even though Jeff Pilson has chimed in from time to time about what he recalls from a third-party bi-standard, and from his interpret
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7 weeks ago
nobycane
I have been a casual fan of Kid Rock's since Devil, but I am pleased to hear the direction he has taken in the last decade...the southern-rock/country aspect is a mile away from the Devil album, and really IMO it suites he a lot better. Overall its a good track.
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8 weeks ago
nobycane
Well, in my opinion what has been bothering me lately in many releases when the artists/bands are mixing and mastering their albums is the lead vocals. It is one thing to ensure that we can hear the vocalists and the lyrics, etc. But it just seems like they are too far forward, flat sounding. I don't know if is the artists are not doubling up on the lead vocals like they used to...or not using an
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8 weeks ago
nobycane
Excited for these confirmed releases: - Sweet & Lynch: Only to rise - Soto: Inside the vertigo - Eclipse: Armagedonize - Scorpions: Return to forever - Revolution Saints: s/t - Black Star Riders: The killer instinct - Europe: War of kings * I still have yet to pick up the new Lynch Mob release... I am still holding out on the Adriangale Best Of... album too.
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8 weeks ago
nobycane
TNT just needs to stop altogether... just hang it up.
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8 weeks ago
nobycane
I am wondering just what the hell did i just hear???!?!?!?
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2 months ago
nobycane
Depending on the cd / artist; about 90% of the time I will buy my physical cds from Amazon.com. However, if the cd/artist is more independent then I will purchase (if available) on NEH.com, or from FnA Records, RatPackRecords, or directly from the artist's webpage. Unfortunately, there is only one local record shop in town, and as much as I want to support his business - his prices are outrageous
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2 months ago
nobycane
Hard to judge completely...even though it is a sampler of yet to come...the beginning and fade out tracks is what raised an eye brow for me...but still nothing earth-shattering IMO. What turned me off almost immediately was that JImmy Buffet/Sammy Hagar - Tropical Island groove there in the middle....WTH?!?! Not completely jumping to conclusions...but upon initial listen, not overly impressed
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2 months ago
nobycane
JSS Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Pulled, it's officially in earMUSIC's hands now so > any previous clips had to be taken down...only a > month until the whole thing can be heard finally > :) Drew's review will occur very soon from my > knowledge! Thanks Jeff. Diggin' the newer single "The Fall", but remembered the Wrath had thi
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2 months ago
nobycane
Back in the first half of 2014...Soto released a lyrical video of a potential new track with Gus G entitled "Wrath".... But it is nowhere to be found on their website or anywhere else... Does anyone have this track so i can listen to it again? Thanks in advance.
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2 months ago
nobycane
It is hard to really compare both album IMO. Because FUCK was written and recorded in the 1990 (released in 1991) and the music scene was much more lighter and peppier than its successor BALANCE, when it was release in 1995 - which that music scene was a lot darker in theme, which I think Van Halen's mentality was much darker and more mature in nature. Not to mention, that according to Hagar
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