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10 days ago
timstar
Hey Jeff, did you do a project with a guitarist from Annihilator? If so what was it called.
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25 days ago
timstar
Just voted in the top 30 hair metal albums by Loudwire. Has anyone got this? I just previewed it on the tube and ordered it straight away. It's that early Dokken like band we have all been looking for!
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25 days ago
timstar
I was always a Slam man, bought it the day it came out. After having these albums for over 20 years I just prefer the style of the first album (actually second really) and every track is killer. Slam has a couple of fillers for me. Another fave track though is I'm Lonely Please Stay. As I have the cds now I get an extra track on the S/T which I must admit doesn't work with the flow of the alb
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26 days ago
timstar
I have a new found appreciation after buying the first three albums on cd for the first time last week after owning them on tape for over a decade. I still think the debut is the best and Slam second but my absolute fave DRN songs are "Let It Go" and "Salt of Joy" (the latter giving me Goosebumps every time). I could never get into this album apart from Baby Now I and thes
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29 days ago
timstar
Amazing band. My favourite of recent times.
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6 weeks ago
timstar
A bit different, make a band line up of who you feel are or have been the best at their instrument. Don't have to be your favourite or even like what they do, just technically the best. (Any genre) For me: Dan Arlie vocals Billy White guitar Geoff Tyson guitar Robert Trujillo bsss (not heard one note of his playing in Metallica) Mike Mangini drums (not heard one note of his playing in
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7 weeks ago
timstar
Vivian answer is wrong.
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7 weeks ago
timstar
I am NOT looking for this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNOFITYPnuQ
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7 weeks ago
timstar
Found my new band, thanks Dick.
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7 weeks ago
timstar
Dick Fitzwell Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Check these guys out. > > LeBrock - Call Me > > LeBrock -One Night > > LeBrock - Dangerous Dreams THAT'S more like it!!!!!
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7 weeks ago
timstar
matt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > device--22b3? Think holly knight was in the band? One of my fave albums!!!
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7 weeks ago
timstar
Tony Bainbridge Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What about Crowforce? > Probably not quite what you are looking for, but > I'm not sure what is. Got that! lol
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7 weeks ago
timstar
matt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The revolting cocks. Yes that is the name of the > band. Know them very well, offshoot of Ministry. Beer Steers and Queers is excellent. Check out 1000 Homo DJs version of Supernaut. (Another offshoot). Looking for something like usual hard/melodic rock but with drum machines and techno keys, if that makes
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7 weeks ago
timstar
Is there such a thing? Looking for the usual groove orientated late 80s/early style rock but with more of a dance (electronica) flavour. Drum machines, weird techno noises, keys, kind of thing. In the style of T-Ride but maybe a bit more normal song styles. I am expecting silence with replies.
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8 weeks ago
timstar
NoMoreTails Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Leet2607 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Richie Kotzen > > The best guitarist and best singer mentioned > anywhere in this thread and plays every instrument > on his solo albums, also writes all his solo > material on his own. Anyone ca
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8 weeks ago
timstar
joe Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Probably not your thing musically, but Chris > Corner (IAMX) writes/plays/produces everything he > does. I think he's pretty damn brilliant. > > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLmC2hSRwKM Hey Joe! The Alternative is one my fave songs! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5B9QZTiDDVM
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8 weeks ago
timstar
Eric Valentine - produced, played drums, most of the guitar and some bass on the T-Ride album. John Paul Jones - most talented player in Zep. Plays guitar, bass, keys (all amazingly well apparently). Jon Oliva - keys, vocals, drums(!!) guitar. The man can do it all. And has apparently on some later albums. Anyone else? I know there are some who can play many things do who can play
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2 months ago
timstar
This is pre-shows. I think things will change personally. Looks like it is going well. (Apart from Don's shot voice and old age stage moves).
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2 months ago
timstar
First album I ever owned was Pointer Sisters Break Out on cassette. Only ever listened to the first two tracks, over and over again.
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2 months ago
timstar
I posted this on a Facebook page, but I'm going to add a caveat. The bands must be able to play the festival, i.e. no totally dead line ups but you can have line ups with new/substitute members, if that makes sense. Ok, a two day festival and you can get any band to play from past and present. 6 bands per day. Shoot. Who headlines, who opens? Who plays the final slot? Any genre. Day 1 V
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2 months ago
timstar
Detonator is one of my fave albums of all time. The 1999 RATT album is also excellent but quite bluesy. Apart from the single "Nobody Rides For Free" I can live without the rest. Everyone else will say the exact opposite!!!!
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2 months ago
timstar
Detonator is one of my fave albums of ALL TIME and they always totally ignore it. Boo hoo. Having said that, even though I don't really like any of the earlier albums I have something about this band. Love the 1999 album as well. Must revisit Infestation.
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2 months ago
timstar
I've never had tooth and nail on cd. I really think the production on this album is horrible, especially the over booming drums. Does the rock candy version sound any different or better? Are Chains, Key and Attack any different? Happy with original versions of these though. Bonus tracks any good?! Basically if tooth is louder and even more booming I won't bother and get the original versi
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2 months ago
timstar
I seem to have the only copy of Violets Demise live at the key club in existence. Even Rowan and Oni say it seems that way. It's on vhs and I'd like to get it onto dvd or at least on computer as a file. I've tried a few local companies but the problem is that it is copy protected. Does any know anyone in the UK that can bypass this issue and that I can trust to get the video back as it's quite
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2 months ago
timstar
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 months ago
timstar
The new Riverdogs sounds incredible.
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2 months ago
timstar
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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2 months ago
timstar
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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2 months ago
timstar
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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2 months ago
timstar
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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