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Scott
Pleasantly surprised by the "Purple Album"…enjoying all of it and its not been to "heavy-fied". Good booklet, but the cover is the same old rehash of the 1987 art / logo. Surely they could do more with it than they do. Hey ho…good record.
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7 days ago
Scott
There will be a LOT of Whitesnake fans from the late 80's that never ever dipped into his DP years..if he's WHITESNAKE-fied his old DP songs, fine by me and probabaly most of the unaware fans. Love DC, the studio he can still do great stuff..live, sadly its time to perhaps leave it. I say it as a fan. Do some smokey blues stuff because the 1987 type stuff is way beyond reach. But hes a true
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10 days ago
Scott
Its a silly move by FRONTIERS, as for the money they are making now..it pays to have one of your main genre web pages working with you for the good of the genre. Clearly they now feel they are big enough and don't need anyone's help. I would argue a lot of fans that are die hard DO visit pages like this for news, so very silly that they think its a given. I hope though..this doesn't mean that
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13 days ago
Scott
..or maybe the support isn't yet in place for the uK leg.
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14 days ago
Scott
Pretty sure all those bonis tracks bar 2: Crazy Ride and Delirious…are on the UK digi-pack version, which is a damn site cheaper than th Japanese Import.
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16 days ago
Scott
That is AWFUL.
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19 days ago
Scott
Jim Dillela and Danny of course, were both part of the "new" WAYSTED in 1985. Jimi did the "showcase" gig in 85 at the Marquee which lead to EMI / Capital deal..but by the time the band release Save Your Prayers he was not member.
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19 days ago
Scott
I take thats Robin Beck backing up the vocals?
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26 days ago
Scott
The US CD… http://www.amazon.co.uk/Misspent-Youth-Shy-England/dp/B000008KOP/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1430859167&sr=8-2&keywords=shy+misspent+youth
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26 days ago
Scott
MY was released on CD, and in the US it was under the "Shy England" name..and has a different mix, better than the uK version. They toned down the reverb amd boom of the drums a little.
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26 days ago
Scott
You forget how good this guys were. Like a lot of bands, some bad choices maybe of producer etc. But listen to those layered / backing vocals. Access All Areas is a lost gem. Should have lead to bigger and better things, but... I thought they really screwed up with Misspent Youth, well…the producer/mix team did. That record could've been a cracker, but the mix is hideous. I remember when I f
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4 weeks ago
Scott
Well…if JEL can keep it together now..with Chas West and Anthony Esposito in the band, they might become something to watch….
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4 weeks ago
Scott
He is trying to establish TEMPLE OF ROCK as a "band", he doesn't see it as Michael Schenker and the band TOR. They used the MS name as a way to get it started, and are slowly making it less of the focal point.
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4 weeks ago
Scott
The Japanese BEST OF is a different compilation, but does not appear to have the 45 version. My guess would be, the reason its not been on any CDs, BEST OF's of BFTA reissues, is maybe it rights etc are owned by the film company or there are some legalities preventing its use. I'm sure it would have been used by now if it was easy enough to do so, after all..the BFTA reissues and BEST OFF's have
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4 weeks ago
Scott
With omething like 17 or 18 tracks in totoal spread across the UK/UE and Japanses versions…your holding out for another exclusive bonus track! Just take the plunge and buy it...
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4 weeks ago
Scott
To be fair, fans of DM..will probably like DM2 a lot. As intended, it was the record being worked on to follow up DM. A lot of the songs were re-recorded a few times for several subsequent projects. But this would seem to be the original recordings of those tracks. DM2 is most "classic" RG thats been released. You can hear the style in places leaning to the later NOTORIOUS project
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4 weeks ago
Scott
The ROCK CANDY reissue has the BFTA version of Dream Warriors and the song BFTA (b-side of the DW 45 single) as the bonus track. The original single version of DREAM WARRIORS was recorded before the BFTA record. It was a stand alone session, and although some of the team were the same as those on the BFTA sessions, the mix was not the same guys..Thompson and Barbireo (spelling?). They had to h
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5 weeks ago
Scott
One of the most sarcastic and wittiest frontman ever. Class act, and amazing to see how he turned things around for himself and his band. The set list shake up was needed. People were starting to feel like they were seeing the same show year in year out.
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5 weeks ago
Scott
…well, whilst I prefer the melodic rock Bible that is ULAK (for songs), arguably from a guitar stand point, BFTA is Lynch finest "Guitar" hour. He was smoking, his amps sounded like they were about combust and his "attack" and aggresive playing was at high point. It always LOVED this record. I bought the Japanese remaster from what? 2009..and that was awesome. So my surpris
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5 weeks ago
Scott
Touring with Killerbee….. We are proud to announce that joining them on this tour is guitar player extraordinaire, Paul Tonka Chapman (UFO). -This is the band I talked to too my wife about a week ago! Before I knew about any of this. I need a band that's formed and (semi) organized, so I can become part of a rugby type team again! Camarderie! They fell out of the sky from Sweden into my c
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5 weeks ago
Scott
The shake up in the set is LONG overdue.
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5 weeks ago
Scott
GREAT record…
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5 weeks ago
Scott
Great record overall...
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5 weeks ago
Scott
They've been opening with We Belong To The Night.. Cherry is / was back. Try Me got an airing in the EU. I think Makin Move's was in. A few for ACOS.
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5 weeks ago
Scott
Eat 'Em…was a killer record. A good as VAN HALEN era of the time. Skyscraper for me..too techinical / keyboardy / synth sounding at times. Bit some good songs. A Little Aint..was really good. Must revisit it. Loved the DLR record..brilliant and record many more casual fans still dont know about. Diamond Dave..not all that good. Your Filthy..hmmmm, its different, a few good tracks
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5 weeks ago
Scott
Maybe there os something contractual that prevents the Lotzen material from being included. Ya never know. Seeing as Sheehan has a good working relationship with him, I doubt the band are "pretending" the era never existed.
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5 weeks ago
Scott
Try is FACEBOOK page…he's talking on it all the time.
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6 weeks ago
Scott
Rock On was popular in America..thats why.
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6 weeks ago
Scott
I reserve proper judgement until I hear it all My only concern, is that hammer home that they wanted to make another COT Debut, that style and sound. Great..it was a good record, but its 2015 and the debut was a long time ago. I find that most of their peers that have incorporated some contemporary edge to the music, being in writing or production / mix..have faired way better than those repli
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6 weeks ago
Scott
Tony sounds good..nearly always does. The song, for me…has not aged well. Its sounds very generic 80's pap hearing it back now. I hope their new music will be more a mix of old SR and new contemporary sounds.
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