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21 days ago
Scott
It was their last "classic" record as the SCORPs I new and loved in the 80's. Having said that, although the records that followed were patchy, "Humanity Hour 1" is superb, the best of everything since their heyday…and many people let it pass them by (expecting just another run of the mill record). Get it!
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4 weeks ago
Scott
AGREE - one of the best sounding rock records in a long time. Powerful, full yet not cluttered. The latest Lynch Mob has a similar feel.
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5 weeks ago
Scott
Niether BON nor BRIAN were great singers, they were both great shouters, belter and screamers…though if you asked where the best vocal perfomances is, i'd have to say BACK IN BLACK hands down. BJ never sounded that good again, but he was good at "his thing" But this with Axl is him doing a good job of his interpretation of the songs. I would hate AC/DC to get a copy cat / tribute s
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5 weeks ago
Scott
..and thats why i choose to listen to JORN and not watch him. The music is great, the visuals are awful..and they can detract from the whole thing for some.
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5 weeks ago
Scott
I like his version. Can't stand whatching his more recent video's with the whole grimacing face pulling etc. For me it takes away from the music. But I like what i'm hearing
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5 weeks ago
Scott
Look guys..Brian stood down. There's stil people plying their own spins on what happened, but from both camps and those in the industry..Brian decided it was time. I'll be honest, last year at Wembley he sound absolutely shagged at times. But thats not knocking him..he was approaching 70 and belting out songs that most rock singers cannot even touch! To the now..I was a sceptical of the whole
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5 weeks ago
Scott
One of my favourite bands ever..in the 80's they were a cut above the rest of the LA pack, but didn't have the sleazy edge that made the other a success. But as musicians, streets ahead. TODAY..no interest. DD sadly has lost his voice. Hey..it happens. Plus George isn't the same writer and player..sure, he can "turn it on", but his natural place is somehwere else. This reunion shouldve
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2 months ago
Scott
Modern Vintage was a miss-step and I hardly ever played / play it. It actually put me off of the band and I wondered if the briliant chemisrty of the first two was done and dusted. The new PFTD is right in there with those first two, infact its probably better than TIGH. So yeah..happy here, superb album and if this is Sixx is going to concentrate now CRUE has gone, great...
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2 months ago
Scott
I'm torn. It could a disaster, it could be one of those "you should've been there" gigs. My fear is I keep my tickets and the gig is half full and the vibe odd. Its a real shame that at the end of their career its gone this way. So many of these GREAT bands should've called it time several years back when they were more intact, capable and credible.
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2 months ago
Scott
I think it's OK, could've been better song wise. For me, having seen them live in London…and they were brilliant (Freeman was amazing live, he seems to shout more on the record), the CD was lacking something initially but it did grow on me with repeated plays.
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2 months ago
Scott
Sounds pretty good. With the above keyboards comments I was expecting something hideous. The keyboards are only "dominant" in a few spots. I'll buy it.
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2 months ago
Scott
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ve2atG5DeOc
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2 months ago
Scott
….https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvKV8RCbkWw#t=146
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3 months ago
Scott
the pics…. http://www.tmz.com/2016/03/28/axl-rose-ac-dc-in-studio/
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3 months ago
Scott
There are actual pics of the band and separately, Axl leaving the same rehearsal space. I'd say (along with Ross Youngs hastily deleted tweet that "its true")…perhaps is confirmation that this "temp" liaison in on.
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3 months ago
Scott
Yep - like that. Heavy, melodic and JSS voice keeps that X factor that we love about his music in check. I personally have always liked the way JSS can have various projects that veer off on different tangents to what he's "known for".
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4 months ago
Scott
The vocals on ghost let it down in places. Its the record they made originally for SONY, but with music changing a-la Grunge coming in, they/Sony decided to "halt" the project.
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4 months ago
Scott
I wouldn't complain..70% - 7/10 for an album someone doesn't really like much isn't bad by most scoring scales!
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4 months ago
Scott
He's a fully fledged member of the Swedish band now. New single is out. Catchy little 3 min tune. Has a little bit of SCORPIONS vibe in there with the chug and rat-a-tat drums. Give it a few spins..I find the chorus catchy. Just great to see Paul out there writing, recording, playing. The video..like many these days, little to no budget and its just what it is, a way to hear/see the music on so
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5 months ago
Scott
I'm not here as much anymore..but its good to see him back.
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5 months ago
Scott
First 2 CDs are the best - althought they wear their influences on their sleeve, the last two CDs with Gronwall are very "obvious" too me. By that I mean it sounds like they blatantly tried to re-write hits of the past by other bands. Don't get me wrong, they are still good and no one is doing that stuff any better. Gronwall is perhaps the better live frontman. But..there's something ab
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6 months ago
Scott
…in case it passed anyone by, thats "local" to London. DELTA DEEP play the 229 Club - Great Portland St tonight, and the Seabright Arms in the Easy End tomorrow. Be good to see a great band / players in such small settings. Not sure if tonight is acoustic or full electric.
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6 months ago
Scott
Both camps are at a 30th Anniversary of milestones in their careers… DLR and the brilliant debut LP/Line-up VH with Hagar and the billiant 5150 This is the next "celebration" and big money making tour / campaign they have, as thye head into their twighlight years. People in LA have known for weeks there are "things" happening…lets see what unfolds.
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7 months ago
Scott
Those of you intersted in guitars and follow the ongoings of people like EVH, will know…EVH was recently featured in a news post, where he is having his "5150" rig all restored, including his steinberger guitars. His comments were "He thinks its time / wants his fans see and hear those guitars again". Those guitars were used in 85 on 5150. So…is this all about timing? I
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7 months ago
Scott
A well connected friend was there..he has been told about the "reunion" plans and made sure he was there, along with a lot of LA's music fraternity past and present. Roth did arrive and the planned "surprise" got out of the bag. The band were due to play, and as written above..too many people crammed in, the Fire Dept shut it all down. Next year is the 30th Anniversary of E
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7 months ago
Scott
Yes..young guys that sound like a earthy classic rock band. Hints of Sanke, Purple and that classic 70's/early 80's hard rock..but again, something fresh in the delivery. Nathan James has great set of lungs, and looks to be shaping up to be a "frontman" to watch.
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7 months ago
Scott
I think Phil having MANRAZE and Delta Deep, Vic with (brief tenure) in Lizzy and Last In Line…has been a big part in the "fresher" and less laboured new DEF LEP record. Last In Line sounds good. Yes it plods a bit..isn't that what a lot of DIO stuff did? I think they are making a "familiarity" statement with the release of this first track. I expect the album to be goo
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7 months ago
Scott
If Adler can pull it off, and Axl not act like a c**t…then it could be HUGE. But i'll believe it when i'm at the gig and the last notes rings out before the house lights go up. Until then…its just waffle.
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7 months ago
Scott
For many of us rock fans of that era..he was up there in character with your Bon Scott's, Pete Way's, Lynott's…a rocker and more than a drummer. Like many bands back then, all members were as much a part of the foucus of the band as the frontman and guitar player. Loved his playing..underrated.
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7 months ago
Scott
Yep - £50 - 60 average, with some VIP stuff at £180. Got tickets with ease. Shame others were not aware of the pre-sale at the venues site on Wed.
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