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Nothing major, just a post about not really digging modern melodic rock releases. No. Yes in 2017 with original line-up. Only heard snippets on the tube.
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2 days ago
timstar
The new Riverdogs sounds incredible.
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3 days ago
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Which one is surprising? Hot Sauce Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > timstar Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Just looking at my old heavy harmonies reviews > > from over 15 years ago. Wicked Sensation was > my > > favourite album all time. How times change. > > > > Ok,
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3 days ago
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Just looking at my old heavy harmonies reviews from over 15 years ago. Wicked Sensation was my favourite album all time. How times change. Ok, so Violets Demise is still number one and always will be, but Talk Talk Spirit of Eden and Laughing Stock are two and three. I'm getting old!! lol
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3 days ago
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Andrew, is too much music an excuse? Surely it should mean that there is a big barrel to pick the good stuff out from. Treat Coup De Grace was an unexpected treat (not a lot else has wowed me) but I am still desperately looking for that new latter Dokken/early Lynch Mob band. Lots of suggestions, none really hitting it on the head for me. I do feel sorry for you though matey having to list
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3 days ago
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Does lack of money mean people can't write songs anymore? For me the songs just aren't what they were. So how many of our beloved bands had outside writers, ignoring KISS?!??! lol
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3 days ago
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I'm really sorry to say I don't feel it is. I don't mean the financial implications of being less money floating around in the genre, I just mean the songs (and to a lesser degree the production), the most important part of any musical genre of course. I just don't have that same excitement like I did in the late 80s, early 90s, waiting for CDs from my favourite bands, going to gigs, ordering
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10 days ago
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Can we have individuals? If so George Lynch. Breaking the Chains through to Lynch Mob 2, maybe even include Sacred Groove and I do include Beast. Thats 8. Shame his modern output is mediocre. Talk Talk It's My Life to Laughing Stock. Sisters of Mercy when they release a fourth album!
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11 days ago
timstar
Did the backing, sorry lead vocal tape get stuck this time?
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24 days ago
timstar
I don't have a single thing of there's but watching some videos sounds good. Where to start? Looks like the first three albums?
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5 weeks ago
timstar
Just watched the video. I have to be honest I miss Brooke's guitar playing but this track is pretty darn good after one listen. They always had acoustic elements in a lot of the songs and this could easily fit on the debut. Good job guys. Hope there are some barnstormers on the album though.
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7 weeks ago
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http://sleazeroxx.com/new-supergroup-zfm-reveal-band-members-and-video-for-song-new-leaf/ Who? Who? Who? Oh yea? Who? Who?
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2 months ago
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I have to say the "Love Amongst The Cannibals" is an amazing album, although I have to say the first half is better than the second. Always having the tape I never heard "Wild Again" before. What a great track as well. Mickey's fave album of his apparently. (One track is just Def Leppard).
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2 months ago
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I wanna know what happened on the 1984 tour according to Sam.
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2 months ago
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Search Sammy Hagar unreleased.
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2 months ago
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Quite good. I recognised the interviewer but I can't think where. Dave was in usual great form. New tour next year and hints at new music, 30th Anniv of 1987. I wonder which version of the album they will play? lol Program was too short and they played three whole videos, including the wrong one for Here I Go Again (after talking about Tawny's "dancing"). PS - 41 people hav
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2 months ago
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Red Storm Arising, never released, shit talks Van Halen A LOT apparently. I would love to read this. The seller has one of only 48 proof copies for sale.
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2 months ago
timstar
My dad (who I sadly don't have contact with anymore) used to always put this "tape" on when we took off on the yearly drive from Southampton to Belfast. Absolutely fell in love with this album, which was strange cause I was listening to Dokken and Van Halen etc. at the time.
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2 months ago
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I paid £50 for Beast From The East original Japanese 2 CD and then another £50 for the Beast From The East 2014 Japanese remaster! Love that album!!!
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2 months ago
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Does anyone on here like The Sister of Mercy? They are slowing becoming one of my favourite bands. Always loved the later (more rocking stuff) but after listening to the early stuff I just can't get enough. I know Andrew Eldrich's voice isn't to everyone's taste but it really suits the music. Only three studio albums, all totally different from each other. All amazing. If you wanna hear
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3 months ago
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Went to the after party at Firefest 2012? Spent the whole evening with Oni Logan (now a good friend). Also met Robbie Crane, Brian Tichy, Vinny Burns (in the loo), Darren Wharton. All great guys except Brian who was only interested in talking to "pretty women". Had a curry after that with Robbie Crane and the Firefest guys. He's such a larf. The next morning had breakfast with
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3 months ago
timstar
How Steve?
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4 months ago
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1. 1984 2. Diver Down (yes I love it) 3. Fair Warning (probably equal second actually) 4. Women & Children First 5. Van Halen 2 6. Van Halen 7. Best of Volume 1 8. Van Halen III (Really like this album). 9. A Different Kind of Truth (OK, not classic VH by any means). Apart from some of the songs on Vol 1 the Hagar era never did anything for me.
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4 months ago
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I personally think Bon Jovi are one of the worst bands from the hair era, always have done, but they are a band. Lots of people say "he". Surely it should be "they".
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5 months ago
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Not a major GNR fan, but absolutely love Chinese Democracy. Have been watching the recent gigs really just to see what those tracks sound like with the old guys. What I am amazed by is how good Axl sounds. For the last 10 years or so he has sounded like a strangled cat and the then now over the last three gigs he sounds pretty darn good. Never heard someone recover like that in my life.
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5 months ago
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It was already released as a remaster a few years ago by Bad Reputation and that version has the live EP on it as well. So this Rock Candy version seems a bit defunct.
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5 months ago
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The best Dio albums are Wolves and Highway. Just saying.
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5 months ago
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Just (finally) got high and dry on CD. German pressing with two extra tracks? Definitely the first of the "holy trinity" Does anyone know what solos and Steve and what are Pete? Where can I get the unremix of Me and My Wine (The version on Hystoria is so much better). Does Phil play on the remixes? Found an interview with Vivian from about 2011 where he was moaning that he
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6 months ago
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Poor show! A different version of an album track. Hate this. Whitesnake being guilty recently with acoustic or different guitar solo versions! Well, at least I don't have to spend loads of dosh.
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