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4 days ago
Scott
Christ - it was a free gift. If you don't want it, just bin it! Would you have moaned if BON JOVI or your fave rock band had given you their new record for free?…all this "I didn't consent - how dare they". You were sent a free file, if you wanted it..you got a gift. Get over it bunch of wuss's!
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6 days ago
Scott
Its a great record..but with the way most people are buying music these days..a double edged sword on the "how many tracks do we put out". Yes..I would prefer a 10 or 11 tracker, and maybe as the record is peaking, out out a 6 track EP. Hey..its done. Its good.
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9 days ago
Scott
SRS was a title mooted on the official LYNCH page..it is the recordings they were doing about 18/24 months back (after the Sound Mountain Session, when they got together to continue on from the buzz from the SMS E.P, but it all fell apart. Lynch has stated since that all fell apart, that he loved the work and really hoped at some point they could finish the stuff and get it out. I guess he and On
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12 days ago
Scott
I quite like the record. Ryan Tedder was involved and it shows in some songs. The business plan when you think about it, probably serves both these giants well.
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12 days ago
Scott
Great classic rock..its got a little MAIDEN vibe, only better..Miaden haven't written a jot as catchy as this in 2 decades! Other vibes too. Love the chorus with the military style drums. The lyrics, probabky hard to deliver some of those lines..but he does it. I'm not worrying about it too much. Great track. Looking forward to this and Mr.Big.
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18 days ago
Scott
Of the 4 tracks i've heard, I really liked 2, the other are growers. But..it all seems VERY produced and laboured on. A bit like these manufactured bands from the likes of Cowell, that have all these too perfectly crafted songs from "hit makers/writers". Maybe when I hear the whole thing that perception will change. I'm 50/50 right now…love the debut though. Its not bad..its just a la
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19 days ago
Scott
Just this one track PISSES all over the botched (in places) sonics of "What If". This is good toe-tapping blues based hard rock.
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20 days ago
Scott
Absolutely awful..shocking news. Such a great singer and nice guy. He was one of my favourite singers. Vital Signs and When Seconds Count are both Bibles in the genre of melodic Rock. Condolences to his fans, his friends and his family.
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22 days ago
Scott
Have you heard it all yet?
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23 days ago
Scott
Ydde Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > gotta love the hearsay gig review Aye...
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25 days ago
Scott
There's "generation" of RAINBOW fans that discovered the band when they went more commercial with Bonnet and later JLT. To those people, this would be very welcome news and worthy. The JLT Rainbow was a great band, bigger than any other incarnation of the band had been. DTC and STTE are classics. They oddly seem to have been forgotten amongst the other classic records of 81/82 etc..not
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26 days ago
Scott
I was going to say check out X-Drive and Mother Road…but the new Oni fronted LYNCH MOB CD "Sun Red Sun" will be with us in October…so not long to wait.
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26 days ago
Scott
Great song…old vibe, updated with touches of modern pop-rock, but its a great song and is a great return.
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27 days ago
Scott
I was hoping for better things with this cover..maybe its the percussion/drums and synth stuff going on under the verses. I'm hoping there is a remix of this minus all that stuff. Perhaps the song is just to iconic to be covered, too big. Can the original be bettered? I do admire them for not just copying the original and trying something new. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmlyEyrg4bI&fe
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4 weeks ago
Scott
Like it..liked both their other CDs, the debut being marginally better. But this sounds great. Another purchase on that way.
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4 weeks ago
Scott
In central London, a-la Soho, the old music bars have died…but The Ship on Wardour St (a few doors up from the infamous Marquee), a old spit and sawdust Fullers pub remains as was. They tend to play more "rock" orientated music..but don't expect soley to hear "hits". The landlady will sometimes put on a record and let the whole thing play. The Ship was where all the musician
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4 weeks ago
Scott
Thats if he does actually know / knew…arf arf
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4 weeks ago
Scott
Have to say..as far as "projects" go, these so-called supergroups of late have been really good. Seasoned players, they've been there and done it many times and seem to be fired up, and a lot of these bands are working for me. Love WINERY DOGS, KXM is my record of 2013, RED ZONE RIDER sounds promising and now this is sounding damn good to. There's the Blades/Aldrich thing to come as wel
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4 weeks ago
Scott
Its ACe's best work in many years..if you like Ace and KISS, you'll obviously find this thrilling stuff, as Ace clearly has decided to stop talking the talk all the time, and showing he can walk it to. Its good, its Ace..it does what t says on the tin.
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5 weeks ago
Scott
After the sheer brilliance of ARRIVAL is was mix-matched drivel bar a song or two at best. The whole "project" had a weird presence and even the art looked like a cheap after-thought.
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6 weeks ago
Scott
I was at a gig where the fan of the band was spending more time filming the start of each song, and rushing to get it posted before the song was done. Its the "kudos" thing of wanting have your little film on YT. I just don't get it. Like most of you, i'm a little tired of gigs now, where i'm having to look around a sea of phones held aloft directly in front of my view. I go to gigs
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6 weeks ago
Scott
Frank Hannon would be good, he's a straight up rock players, plays some great blues/slide..maybe he could do both TESLA and WS...
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6 weeks ago
Scott
If people really cannot hear that DCs voice is shot..then you are deaf! He can still do the croakey smokey blues stuff, but when he has to kick into 3rd, 4th and 5th gear..forget it. Great guy, great singer in his day and he's given us some amazing music. But for me the time has come to lay the "high octane" stuff to bed. Do some great bluesy rock record and sing within your now limits
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7 weeks ago
Scott
Sounds great. I'll be buying it. Another brush stroke in what has always been a diverse and varied carrier style/sound-wise. I like that. He's given us a tonne of great Melrock, and no doubt more will come soon enough.
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7 weeks ago
Scott
What - its a problem seeing rock stars strutting around the stage posing, throwing shapes and confident in their stage presence? You just knocked off about 85% of the greatest rock stars that ever graced the stage. Isn't that what we want - rock stars are supposed to be largr than life when on stage, supposed to have a presence, act cool etc. Its partly the reason so many new era band are shit
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7 weeks ago
Scott
I would guess the timimg is perfect for exposure!
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8 weeks ago
Scott
The descending three note part is very similar..the rest is very different.
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8 weeks ago
Scott
Excellent - its only a snippet, but it sounds like a "band" and a good one at that. 80's vibes, up to date sounds. I believe it is called STiLL which I don't like…but it continues the trend of "initial" named bands…Sweet/Tichy/Lynch/Lomenzo.
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8 weeks ago
Scott
Perhaps some people just don't want to do it - there doesn't have to be an "issue" or a conspiracy. That was then..this is now sort of thing.
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2 months ago
Scott
I like it..
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