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20 days ago
paullogue
I'm POSITIVE you will be brother
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21 days ago
paullogue
You're definitely missing one K.E. Lol ;-)
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22 days ago
paullogue
In your opinion.
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23 days ago
paullogue
Cheers Scott - a more a coming \m/
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23 days ago
paullogue
Thanks Dave \m/
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23 days ago
paullogue
Cheers Darren \m/
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23 days ago
paullogue
Thanks mate, hope you are well?
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23 days ago
paullogue
Thanks Figge!
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23 days ago
paullogue
Marco Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Paul! > > Why did you go with this song when it's not > representative for the whole album? > > You "shock" your old fans and as you see, some > really think to give the album a skip after > hearing this one song... > And I don't think you will win any new fans with > it
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23 days ago
paullogue
The rest of the disc is not like this. We deliberately picked a very commercial song for the single, which we happen to love. Other than "Unconditional" the duet with Liv Kristine, the rest contains very EC like tunes and some of our heaviest and progressive work to date.
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4 weeks ago
paullogue
Agree Wardy! Human Stain by Cornerstone is my fave Doogie record! Solo was great fun! I co-wrote Time Machine and 3/4 others.
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7 weeks ago
paullogue
Treat – ‘Coup De Grace’ (2010) Accept – ‘Blood of the Nations’ (2010) * Don't listen to any of the UDO stuff Dream Theater – ‘Black Clouds & Silver Linings’ (2009) * Equally enjoy all DT releases Europe – LLAE House of Lords – ‘World Upside Down’ (2006) Journey – ‘Arrival’ (2000) Pretty Maids – ‘Pandenonium’ (2010) Pretty Maids – ‘Mothe
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8 weeks ago
paullogue
Under lock and key buddy!
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8 weeks ago
paullogue
Cheques in the post Robin, thank you!!!
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8 weeks ago
paullogue
I talked to the guys about this David and they using tours such as Magnum to reach new audiences before they branch out on their own. It's no easy feat but the lads are being sensible in their approach.
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2 months ago
paullogue
Two decent bands opening for Stone Broken in Glasgow at The Hard Rock Cafe on 17th June : DAYDREAM FRENZY https://youtu.be/al96GuWWs4E STONEFACE https://youtu.be/sKtgVyOSivc Stone Broken at Hard Rock Cafe, Glasgow on the 17/06/2016 http://t-s.co/ston via @ticketsscotland
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2 months ago
paullogue
The mix is fabulous Terry. Sadly, the album did nothing for me and left me completely cold. I wanted SO much to like this but it just doesn't connect with me somehow :(
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2 months ago
paullogue
Forgive the shameful plug folks ;-) Eden's Curse return to the UK for a full headline tour in support of their fifth studio album, set to be released by AFM Records in late Autumn. The dates are as follows: 21 NOV - THE CATHOUSE, GLASGOW 22 NOV - ACADEMY 3, MANCHESTER 23 NOV - CORPORATION, SHEFFIELD 24 NOV - THE ASYLUM, BIRMINGHAM 25 NOV - THE SCENE, SWANSEA 26 NOV - WATERFRONT
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3 months 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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3 months ago
paullogue
Great .... but oh no, the worst venue in Glasgow :-(
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3 months ago
paullogue
Super band!
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3 months ago
paullogue
Anyone else notice that graphic guys obsession with Circles?
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4 months 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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4 months 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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4 months 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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4 months 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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4 months 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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4 months 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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4 months ago
paullogue
How?
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4 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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