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3 days ago
Deuce
That's what stood out to me too. He's not going AT ALL? That's a shame.
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8 days ago
Deuce
Here's a question for the H.e.a.t experts out there. Does the tour edition of Tearing Down The Walls include all of the bonus tracks/demos/etc. from the all of the singles/EPs released during the time period? Thanks.
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12 days ago
Deuce
I've been really looking forward to this album. This is an exciting new band to me. I'm glad that it finally arrives next month!
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13 days ago
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Here's the new song and music video from The Treatment, "Let It Begin." Given the band's lineup changes and image changes, I wasn't sure what they'd sound like anymore, but I'm solidly impressed by this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVkjkFQS52w
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24 days ago
Deuce
Haha! Yes! "Modren man" is definitely another one!
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25 days ago
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Ah, interesting. I've never heard of that one. There are the classics like "tomato, tomahto; potato, potahto," but I never knew that "motorcycle" was one of those. I'm learning all sorts of good stuff in this thread.
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25 days ago
Deuce
Vince Neil paying homage to the Swedish fans! Nice!
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25 days ago
Deuce
Haha! Awesome. I wouldn't have thought of some of those without the British accent. Great stuff.
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26 days ago
Deuce
There are some moments in certain songs that kind of get me wondering when I really start to think about them. The two that I'm thinking of right now are Van Halen's "Hot For Teacher" and Mötley Crüe's "Girls, Girls, Girls." In "Hot For Teacher," David Lee Roth sings, "Little girl from Cherry Lawn," but it's supposed to be, "Little girl from Cher
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7 weeks ago
Deuce
I think that bands should get inducted as bands and then it should be up to each band which members go to the ceremony, go on stage, etc. I suppose that things could get ugly when members are feuding, but it's also a shame for bands who want to honor certain members but are told that they can't. A band should be recognized for their great accomplishments overall and the people within the band s
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8 weeks ago
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I was very excited for Special One because it was their first album since I had become a fan and it took so many years to happen. After the initial thrill, however, I had a strange feeling of, "Hmm...this album actually isn't very good. Certainly not Cheap Trick good." It does have some songs that I think are standouts, but it was my first disappointment with them. Rockford was much
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8 weeks ago
Deuce
Cheap Trick is one of my favorite bands. I agree that The Latest was pretty disappointing. It's my least favorite of their albums. Still, I don't know if I would've been able to say that to his face! Do you know what happened with his album that was shelved?
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2 months ago
Deuce
I love The Darkness and I dig this new song. Honestly, I like it better than a good chunk of their new album. Last Of Our Kind has some winners, but it's my least favorite from them so far. I was at this concert in Chicago, so it's nice to see some high quality footage of it. Thanks for sharing!
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2 months ago
Deuce
I really like it too, just like the last song. This is a band to watch out for! I hope that the album shines.
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3 months ago
Deuce
I brought them up a little while back, but I'm glad that you did again. They deserve some attention.
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4 months ago
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I like the first two albums quite a bit, especially the latter. I think that Life As We Know It has some huge standouts (I LOVE "That Ain't Love") and The Earth, A Small Man, His Dog And A Chicken is among my favorite REO Speedwagon albums. I don't own Building The Bridge, but I recall being kind of disappointed by what I heard. For the record, I was really impressed by Find Your Own
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4 months ago
Deuce
That's his biggest downfall for me as well. I keep waiting for him to kick it up a notch, but it rarely comes. I like him, I own his first album and I'll probably buy this one too, but I'd be a bigger fan if he added some more pep to his step.
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4 months ago
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KISS - Crazy Nights
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4 months ago
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I love those guys. They're a very underrated band. I don't know why they are mentioned more often alongside fellow 70s greats. Four Wheel Drive is probably my favorite album of theirs. On a related note, I've been really enjoying the new Bachman album, Heavy Blues.
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5 months ago
Deuce
Haha! That's great! They even made an effort to get each guy's look right, except they reversed David Bryan and Alex John Such. Thanks for sharing!
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5 months ago
Deuce
Who else is fan of this rockin' band? Their second album, Murder At The Gin House, has been out for about a month and I really like it. I think that it's in line with Behind The Veil. http://www.theburningcrows.com http://www.facebook.com/theburningcrowsrock
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5 months ago
Deuce
That was a really cool site. Back then, the internet was just taking off. Sites like that were special. I was a young teenager back then, so I was still learning about all of this great music. I probably discovered singers who I hadn't even heard of. If I remember correctly, Freddy Curci was one of them. As for Jimi contacting you, that's really cool. Just that small, nice story alone ma
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5 months ago
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I might remember that site! Were Mark Free and Michael Sweet two of your picks? Did you say something about seeing Stryper after a breakup with a girlfriend? As for "Never Too Late," I love that song! I played it during a road trip with some friends shortly after Jimi died. It was so uplifting and so sad at the same time.
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5 months ago
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It's been a year since we heard about the loss of Jimi Jamison. He's my absolute favorite melodic rock singer. I don't have much to say that you don't already know, since I never had the pleasure of meeting him, but I thought that I'd start a thread where we can share songs, stories, memories, etc. Right now, I'm appreciating what a great song "Reach" is and the passion that Jimi bri
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5 months ago
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I had to institute a policy of waiting 12-18 months to buy most new albums. I got burned way too many times. The final straw for me was H.e.a.t's Address The Nation. I bought the Japanese version. Months later, I found out that there was a Korean version with a different bonus track, so I bought that too. A whole year and a half after the original release, a complete version with both bonus track
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5 months ago
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I saw Great White in Chicago on Friday. I saw them a couple of times when they were still intact and I saw Jack Russell's Great White once, but I had never seen the version with Terry Ilous. The crowd was very small (much less than when they were all together or even Jack's version). I think that it was the location, the ticket price, and the fact that their drawing power has diminished. The
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5 months ago
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I'm only a casual Iron Maiden fan, but I instantly like this new song a lot. It's very driving and the solos are great. The video is a blast, too. One of my friends and I used to play games like that while listening to music like this, and those were some of the best times of my life.
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6 months ago
Deuce
Who else is digging Biter's new album, Electric Blood? It's their first full-length release after a series of EPs. In my own words, they're a cake made of KISS, Cheap Trick, and Thin Lizzy, with a Ramones glaze. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjc1rcMeUbA
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6 months ago
Deuce
Lookin' Out For Number One?! That's awesome! Dang, I've seen them a bunch of times. I would love to get a cut like that!
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6 months ago
Deuce
I thought that the four new songs on their most recent Greatest Hits album were pretty promising, especially "This Is Love This Is Life." I was hoping that their album after that would be songs like those four. Unfortunately, What About Now left me cold (I still haven't even bought it yet). I did like The Circle, though. I think that Nelson's new album, Peace Out, is a pretty good t
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