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Scott
I dont hear any Base guitar.., but do hear some Bass yes.
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Yesterday
Scott
Guys..all over the web people are saying that band sounds slow and Mogg is singing to low..this upload (below) and others like it way way to slow…nothing like the true record. So if your judging by some by some uploads, DONT! Go to iTunes or Spotify This is so slow.. http://www.melodicrock.com/phorum52/read.php?1,995409,995450#msg-995450 this one is way to fast…but its nearer to the LP
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Yesterday
Scott
The new record is the nearest they've sounded to the 80 - 82 period since then. Chris Tsangrides did a much better job on the production and mix, especially on Mogg's vocal tracks and Raymonds keys. Tommy Newton seemed hellbent on mixing the vocals very dry, very high in the mix and sometimes with a horrible chorus / phase effect. I too as a long time fan really struggled with the records
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4 days ago
Scott
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmTwZmuWhMc
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4 days ago
Scott
YES, I would have prefered some new music, but thats a pretty good version. Sure, the vocals have a lot of effect on them, but its not a bad remake. I'm interested to hear more..if its all like this. As far as new material goes, I think we're probably done and FOREVERMORE was it.
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4 days ago
Scott
…this is good one on the Broken Bones CD. For The Last Time https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dmg3ji1YJRo
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5 days ago
Scott
Sounds pretty damn good… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-P0q87kmM0
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8 days ago
Scott
Buy it online for damn site less..listen to it, hopefully enjoy it and decide for yourself!
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9 days ago
Scott
I hear you guys..but i'm loving the vibe of Soul SirkUS meets Malmsteen / Rainbow with a more - in places only - contemporary modern metal sound. I think the problem is, a lot of the samples i'm hearing are only highlighting the "heavy" parts. There's a lot of melodic rock here, just heavier. Again, thats why I really hope fans of melodic JSS and this genre in general sit down, and h
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10 days ago
Scott
My copy arrived today - what a great record. Yes, its Jeff and band in "heavy" mode…but its got all great melodic flourishes you would expect from SOTO and those trademark layered vocals. I guess you could say this is like FILTER in some ways (and a heavier TALISMAN / HUMANIMAL), there meaty heavy riff's…some fast paced drum patterns, some plodding dark / minor riffs and progressive
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11 days ago
Scott
Worked with Paul Chapman in GHOST…and
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11 days ago
Scott
I didn't mean CD volume…I meant the recording has some balls, power and volume with the recorded guitars…like Coming Home etc…I wasn't refering to the mastering.
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11 days ago
Scott
I'm cool with the songs…and much of the sonics,…but I just want to hear a little bit more grit at times, like the Marshalls are cooking on 11, and Meine not singing everything quite so "twee"…scream a little. I find people that work with the Swedish writers and producers (and other Euro countries), everything always ends being uber produced, uber perfect and "nice"..e
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12 days ago
Scott
It sounds good sonically…the titles and lyrics are more cheesy than normal..but its the SCORPS right. My issue, is there is no "edge"…listen to any of 78 - 85 records, and there's an edge to them. Its all a little to "nice" now…even the rockers. But..its not going to break the bank so i'll get it.
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14 days ago
Scott
I think they're boycotting the US What a stupid comment…WHY would they "boycot" the USA.
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14 days ago
Scott
SWEET & LYNCH…totally nailed it, all the way..and its not some contrived "forced" 80's retro project, although it IS the apple of some guys eye (at FRONTIERS). Its proof there is genuine life in the format...
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19 days ago
Scott
Was it too slow, or have we just got to used to hearing too fast?
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20 days ago
Scott
Sounds great.
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24 days ago
Scott
I read somewhere that SP and his band recorded a lot of stuff, and BH is mixing it..so he's not in the process as he was in the hey day, just it seems working on the recorded tracks handed to him to mix. Maybe thats changed and BH is fully on board. Ins't there new music already out from this session? Couldve sworn a link was up recently..and it was pretty good, had a vibe of the Out Of The C
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24 days ago
Scott
Thats the thing..apparently so many don't care, its crap, its done - over -out. But they all have the time to engage on the topic they hate or don't care jack shit about. Just like if / when this is released, they WILL have listened to it, maybe even bought it.. and will pop up slamming it. I just take VH for what they are now..DLR was never a great singer..NEVER. Its was about a great band wi
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24 days ago
Scott
Loved LIAOM..great songs, but it sounds like a polished demo. Its so digital and copressed sounding. But the songs are great and I can get passed that synthetic sound.
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25 days ago
Scott
People are board with the same old crap spouted… It always descends in the Sammy V Dave crap…or just negative crap. I think there are plenty of fans still, and people that would talk..but are just tired of the way threads always go
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25 days ago
Scott
WS was a high octane bluey based hard rock record. ST was more back to the MTV Dokken style, more commercial edged. Both are great records, I like them as much as each other..looking back, I think the ST was a step backwards, and Lynch has said similar.
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29 days ago
Scott
I do find it funny that Vivian has publically stated that, "...hey, we started off in a hard rock vein, and in my absense things went off in another direction - don't blame me for the rest of the band screwing it up and album sucking!". I think Viv was having a bit of fun there..he has that sort of humour, slightly sarky. Plus..why would anyone expect songs in the vein of H&D
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29 days ago
Scott
I have to agree…FF decides it's time to call it quits, and the fans are..err, bummed. So someone steps up and has a go. Would people rather its FF or nothing? Its typical small minded blinkered stances that people take.
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30 days ago
Scott
I like it… Its funny when we hear people on the band case about their sound over the last decade, people say they should be who / what they really are. They are a bunch of guys that grew up with, loved and started bands in the vein of Purple, Lizzy, Rainbow and UFO..firmly rooted in the 70's. So..has it ever crossed anyone's minds that the brief period (and looking back in the big scheme
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4 weeks ago
Scott
Yes…Lynch fans longing for a fix older style writing should be VERY happy with the CD. Although have they in no way plagarised themselves; Dying Rose has kinda Dokken's The Hunter feel. You Without Me evokes the vibe at times of Alone Again and Dream Until Tommorow. Rescue Me tip's it hat a little to Lynch Mob's She Evil But She's Mine…just that vein with some great hammond peppering the s
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4 weeks ago
Scott
Shame that the other three guys creativity and livelehood is strangled by these two arseholes. RATT with Pearcy are no doubt a bigger draw than with Jizzy Pearl or Corabi, and after all…SP is a huge part of their sound and swagger. The all in reality need each other..
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4 weeks ago
Scott
Not listened to it in years..I recall it being good. What ever became of the Robin Zander solo record from a few years back. Got pulled at the 11th hr
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4 weeks ago
Scott
Yes - impossible, but of those immediately contenders… -U-F-O- The Wild, The Willing and The Innocent.
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