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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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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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2 days ago
Scott
Thats if he does actually know / knew…arf arf
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2 days 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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3 days 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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6 days 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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13 days 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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14 days 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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15 days 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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23 days 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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24 days 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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26 days ago
Scott
I would guess the timimg is perfect for exposure!
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29 days ago
Scott
The descending three note part is very similar..the rest is very different.
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29 days 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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30 days 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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4 weeks ago
Scott
I like it..
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4 weeks 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 weeks ago
Scott
Don't know how George Lynch is going to fit all these projects in! Just kidding….
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4 weeks 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 weeks 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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5 weeks 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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5 weeks 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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6 weeks 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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6 weeks ago
Scott
..kick its arse Malcolm.
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6 weeks ago
Scott
The music is terrible
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7 weeks 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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7 weeks 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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7 weeks ago
Scott
Rock City is a dump..run down tired and dirty.
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7 weeks ago
Scott
Rock City is a dump, a total toilet in any case!
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7 weeks 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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