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4 days ago
Scott
I like it..
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4 days ago
Scott
Not heard this in years…this is the Hoover advert that Brian recorded when he came to London to audition for AC/DC, I guess the trip was doubly worthwhile! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uD6iRoB6bPE
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4 days ago
Scott
Don't know how George Lynch is going to fit all these projects in! Just kidding….
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4 days ago
Scott
Believe (recall a friend of the band saying) he was the last singer in the pipeline for WAYSTED, or at least assisted with demoing material after SAVE YOUR PRAYERS in 87 or 88.
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5 days ago
Scott
I bought a pair of those EVH's sneakers years ago. They are just typical flat footed basic American sneakers, as in Converse style. If you need support in your foot arch, they are not that comfy.
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8 days ago
Scott
They are finishing the record that was nearly in the can, when it went wibble. Its good news, as I loved the bluesy hard rock direction with less of a Metal edge. BUT..Its clear that like Schenker / Mogg..Lynch / Logan is a volatile partnership. Make the record, make it great..but stop trying to make it work on the road. Its on/off/on/off..and it detracts from it all. Just make a great record and
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10 days ago
Scott
Its a mix of their last 5 records..some very clever stuff on it. I love it, its a grower, always the best records. Whilst you hear "influences" (Yellow Pearl by Phil Lynott on Walk Me To The Bridge?), it sounds like them, their sound and thats what I want. I'm bored of records that have no "identity". You got to give it to MSP, they make the records they want, some work, so
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13 days ago
Scott
Of fan only interest, the third "unreleased" album, which is a collection of demo's…was put out by Zoom Club around 10 years back under the name of "Flyin High". Its an interesting recording as you can hear several embryonic ideas written by Paul Chapman, that were taken to UFO and re-worked/completed by UFO. Good band, very underrated in some ways.
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14 days ago
Scott
..kick its arse Malcolm.
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18 days ago
Scott
The music is terrible
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21 days ago
Scott
In 95% of cases, tracks that were left off of a record were left of for a reason. In this case, totally justified and BJ and the record co. got it 100% right. Kept NJ a single disc, not a double as mooted. That record was such a smash because it spot on in nearly every aspect. A true classic of the genre and perhaps the last good record from an every increasingly "on auto-pilot" band. T
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25 days ago
Scott
Agree..its too long. There's a great 10 or 11 tracker sequenced better that would have had better first time around impact
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25 days ago
Scott
Rock City is a dump..run down tired and dirty.
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25 days ago
Scott
Rock City is a dump, a total toilet in any case!
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25 days ago
Scott
I'm not the least but surprised most around here don't really get / like it. Its simply not fluffy enough for most tastes here. Its not "instant" enough. Its a trend you see when you read most comments on the more straight up heavy rock releases. Like some of you..i've stuck with it, and it wasn't knocking me off of my chair at first. But now i'm hearing a record I really like and se
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4 weeks ago
Scott
I like it… it just needs plays.
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5 weeks ago
Scott
They were very good mates circa 80-83 with UFO, you didn't hang out with Pete Way and Paul Chapman and not push the boundaries of excess. When success came, they were lucky that they had the right people in their machine to keep most of them on track.
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5 weeks ago
Scott
..so why bother posting it!! He's gives a mention on the record then talks another stuff. Perhaps his comment wasn't a "new album" post per se.
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5 weeks ago
Scott
Like many of you, I thought the last could have been brilliant, but half of it had a shit mix on the vocals..ripped the guts out of it. I remember on the first listen being totally disappointed and it ruined that initial impressions vibe..which is very important. I skip 50% of the record just because of the shitty vocal mixes.
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5 weeks ago
Scott
I wish he would stop - DC cannot do the powerful rock thing anymore. He needs to go out gracefully and do a more bluesy rock thing. If he's using this new line-up as launch pad for new even more high powered version of the band, sad…just sad.
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6 weeks ago
Scott
two great albums and Joe sounds really good on both.
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6 weeks ago
Scott
…its a bit of tongue in cheek fun. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hW-kV_G-rEQ&feature=youtu.be
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6 weeks ago
Scott
I like the TESLA, it is a little mid-paced heavy, and there is a lot of more gangly rock songs..but I like it.
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6 weeks ago
Scott
The best way to know what one you are buying is: Rat Pak (USA) records original version has STARS as track one, and two versions of RESCUE ME (one being the video/single edit as a bonus track). Ear Music (UK/EU) records remixed version kicks of the HUMAN FRICTION and just has the one version of RESCUE ME. The crazy expensive Japanese versions is the same as the Rat Pak CD, but has a bonu
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6 weeks ago
Scott
The original version released in March kicks of with Stars and has two versions of Rescue Me on it,…the Jap version of this records has a bonus track (only for Japan)…this is the RatPak version. The band 3 months later secured a EU/UK release, due to the success in the USA. The new label wanted a tweak (which all things considered makes business sense for them), and it was remixed and re-s
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7 weeks ago
Scott
Troy - the band did not have a deal for a UK/EU release back in March. A deal was offered after its release. The bands management were able to shop the record to labels, evidencing its success in the USA. They were offered a deal with a different label for the UK/EU, and with it came the chance to offer a different mix. The fact its been IMO, improved and is better sound, does not mean that the b
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7 weeks ago
Scott
Its silly to throw a wobbler, and state "I'm not supporting the band anymore….fuck them" etc. You like the record, the band etc, so why would you protest like a stroppy teenager? (…unless you are, and in that case, I apologise as its expected) The album was not released last month. In the USA it was released in early March, it was nearly 3 months ago and sold enough copies to go
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7 weeks ago
Scott
Will take a listen, but i've grown increasingly love / hate (more of the latter) with Cherone's voice.
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7 weeks ago
Scott
AMAZON UK mate…and its listed as the remixed version. MP3 http://www.amazon.co.uk/KXM/dp/B00JRX1L2W/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1401732048&sr=8-2&keywords=kxm CD http://www.amazon.co.uk/KXM-European-Version-Remixed-Kxm/dp/B00IY26LWM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1401732117&sr=8-1&keywords=kxm+REMIXED
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7 weeks ago
Scott
…got it Sunday. Yes, some of those that bought the original USA version are pissed at the stories of a totally remixed version for the EU market (blame the record co.). Its true..its a different mix for 90% of the record , and is way way better! I liked the original, its is heavy, groove orientated, melodic brushes here and there, thunderously percussive and Lynch was perhaps the most re
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