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25 days ago
paullogue
arenean Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Not a bad lineup.....they do like the Quireboys > though don't they? The organisers manage them and Bonafide.
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28 days ago
paullogue
Great .... but oh no, the worst venue in Glasgow :-(
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28 days ago
paullogue
Super band!
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4 weeks ago
paullogue
Anyone else notice that graphic guys obsession with Circles?
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5 weeks ago
paullogue
Thanks Ardian, But really it's ALL Dennis Ward's doing. The big difference for me is that this is the FIRST Khymera CD that Dennis has been able to write for his own voice. That makes a HUGE difference.
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7 weeks ago
paullogue
Well, it's all relative. Our shirts can feature up 8 or 9 colours on both sides and require two sets of screens. We also use the same German firm that Helloween use as the quality is superb.
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7 weeks ago
paullogue
Shade Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Only arena headliners (Iron Maiden and AC/DC) are > charging 35 or even 40 Euros for shirts here in > Germany. > There is no way to sell shirts at club shows for > the price of 25 Euros! No one will pay this much! > => A realistic price as recently at Armored Saint > and Voodoo Circle shows is 1
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7 weeks ago
paullogue
Some venues have mark up's Robin and can take up to 25% of the bands merchandise because they INSIST that they sell it - e.g. The Academy Group venues. Happened to us at Leeds with DT where my Merch Girl was NOT allowed behind the counter to sell.
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7 weeks ago
paullogue
go rock Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Big gripe of mine is if you buy a tour t-shirt > then tour dates need to be on the back. Very poor > show when the back of the shirt is left blank. Completely agree with JSS on this matter as we too were left with boxes of the Tour Date options. Shirts with one side printed are half the price to manufacture t
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7 weeks ago
paullogue
See Cats in SPACE & Space Elevator live at G2 @ The Garage on Saturday 24th September 2016. Doors 6pm, support by Dolos Tickets are £12.00 from Tickets Scotland Scotland : http://t-s.co/catsi
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2 months ago
paullogue
How?
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2 months ago
paullogue
I have the Big Cock CDs - excellent! Silent Witness was average at best with killer vocals. Mason sings Logan under the table for me. My fave LM release. Loved Cry Of Love debut and especially the late Kelly Holland. As much as I love Robert, that album never clicked with me like "Brother" did.
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2 months ago
paullogue
How good does he sound on the new Avantasia album? What a voice! My favourite Lynch Mob singer by far. Was the CD he did with Warrant any good?
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2 months ago
paullogue
Yep. He's no George!!
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2 months ago
paullogue
totobob Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Great post Paul. I've seem em both live and > without a doubt Russell Allen is the man. I'm > guessing a lot of the posters are judging them by > their album performances, where Jorn has been more > productive and perhaps more melodic. Live however > there is only one winner and that is Russell. >
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2 months ago
paullogue
wolf 359 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > With you on this one Paul Russell "GOD" Allen IMHO - the finest singer in Metal right now.
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2 months ago
paullogue
LOL! I meant - all of my favourite guitarists have melodies/hooks in their solos that you can hum along too, except Michael.
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2 months ago
paullogue
2112 Wrote: > And , after last night ...Michael Romeo or any > other living "metal" guitarist - Michael by a > country mile !!! > > > legend!! You know what Mark, as killer as he is, I could not sing you one of his solo's back to you.
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2 months ago
paullogue
Lynchomaniac Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > A bit divided here, but with a knife on my throat > I'd have to say Jorn Ever seen them live?
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2 months ago
paullogue
Russell Allen ..... by a country mile !!!
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2 months ago
paullogue
No need to be gutted Robin - we certainly aren't! I never pin my hopes on things that I cannot control, especially were votes are concerned. We gave it our best shot and it is what it is.
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2 months ago
paullogue
Thanks Hanuk From hundreds to 18th is very encouraging and the support galvanised by our fan base was very encouraging and humbling. There are no sulky faces in the camp as we are in the final stages of recording our new album which we are loving to bits and can't wait to share with everyone later this year. Onwards and most definitely upwards \m/
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2 months ago
paullogue
Many thanks all!
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2 months ago
paullogue
Hi Guys Today is the last full day to vote for Eden's Curse in the Sweden Rock Festival band competition final. We've beat off hundreds of acts to make it to the last 25 as the UK's sole representatives. If we win we will join a bill which includes Queen & Adam Lambert, Avantasia, Twisted Sister, Sabaton, Sixx:AM, Foreigner, Eclipse, Gun, Shinedown, Halestorm, Megadeth, Slayer, Anthrax
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2 months ago
paullogue
Steve_Roamer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > paullogue Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > I don't care for either band, but I just see > that > > TL have been announced as support to RB's > Rainbow. > > > > > > Am I missing something? > > IMHO, a lot, if you do
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2 months ago
paullogue
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Paul...does he pester you to death about Toto,too? > ;-) T Does he EVER Terry! Especially when I run him to his weekly sessions at the hearing clinic ;-)
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3 months ago
paullogue
matt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > yes he is hilarious It's humour Matthew, humour :P
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3 months ago
paullogue
Toto Bob's a mate Matt - he's just taking the pi$$ ;-)
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3 months ago
paullogue
Tony Bainbridge Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Paul, > > This has been discussed here before, basically the > Thin Lizzy shows are anniversary shows where they > only play Lizzy songs. > Going forward with new material they use the BSR > name. > > Clear as mud! > > http://www.teamrock.com/news/2016-01-19/thin-lizzy
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3 months ago
paullogue
Can't stand them
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