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4 days ago
Deuce
Interesting. I hear it now that it's been pointed out, but I've heard this song before and didn't think of that. I'm surprised that this became a thing. They won, so I guess there's more to it than I realize.
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5 days ago
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Woke Up With A Monster is one of my favorite Cheap Trick albums. It has strong rockers as well as excellent melodic tunes. It was definitely the most rocking that they had been in years, even though I'm also a huge fan of its predecessor, Busted.
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6 days ago
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Y&T is incredibly underrated. All of their albums from 1981-1990 are essential. Down For The Count and Mean Streak are probably my two favorites.
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12 days ago
Deuce
Nice! Very good.
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14 days ago
Deuce
I agree with all of yours. I'll do three and three too: Underrated KISS - The image was/is definitely a double-edged sword. It made them stand out, but their music really gets overlooked. They have many fun, entertaining songs, as well as a lot of diverse styles that very few people know about. Status Quo - I know that they've done well in England and Europe, but they're a legendary ban
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16 days ago
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It's too bad that a complete HSAS show was never officially released, especially since some of the best songs were left off and some of the weakest songs made it to the album.
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19 days ago
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Maybe I'm just biased because I'm from the Chicago area and I always loved seeing Ronnie with ARRA (and because I'm only a casual Kansas fan), but he seems to be doing a good job to me.
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19 days ago
Deuce
KISS is my favorite band as well and The Beatles certainly helped shape their existence. You can hear the influence on early KISS material and on Gene's first solo album. Even the concept of four unique members who all sang played a role.
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19 days ago
Deuce
They had great songs. It doesn't mean that they had the best songs or that they didn't have filler. They were influential, but they weren't the only ones. They did awesome things and they also made plenty of mistakes and missteps along the way. They're overrated, but that doesn't mean that they're a bad band. They're definitely a good band and a very important one.
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19 days ago
Deuce
Sure, they're overrated. However, they were early pioneers, they had great songs, and they were overwhelmingly influential, so those factors are always going to gain them great acclaim. I own all of their albums and I enjoy them, but there's certainly plenty of filler. Like others here have said, it's really cool to hear their innovations and see the part that they played/continue to play in t
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22 days ago
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I don't like a lot of newer album covers, but that one is pretty cool! I don't feel like I've seen it 100 times. No overused angels, wings, clouds, suns, etc.
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29 days ago
Deuce
Here's one of the new KISS songs ("Samurai Son") with Japanese band Momoiro Clover Z. I still don't quite understand what this project is all about or why it's happening, but I'm a huge KISS fan and I'm happy to get to hear this now. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_apA1VBZXbE
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29 days ago
Deuce
Typically, these kinds of bands are a dime a dozen. However, there's something that stands out a little bit about these guys. I think that it's the youthful energy or something. Whatever it is, I'm definitely "feeling it" more than I do with many of these "The _____s" bands. Cool!
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30 days ago
Deuce
I agree, but I still come to this site and noticeboard every day...usually multiple times. Just like I wish this style of music well, I wish this site well. I look forward to 2015 and beyond.
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6 weeks ago
Deuce
"Turn Back Time" is pretty cool. I especially like Doug ripping on it. However, I will say that none of the other clips have grabbed me, at least not yet. Of course, they are just clips and I still look forward to hearing the whole album. I'm not big on the huge wave of supergroups in recent years, but I really want to like this one. I really dig the guys involved.
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6 weeks ago
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Does anyone know if "Find A Memory" is available on any CD version of Trixter's New Audio Machine or has it only ever been a download? Thanks!
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7 weeks ago
Deuce
Wait...THIS version is chicks TOO?! ;)
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7 weeks ago
Deuce
Interesting. Very noticeable.
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7 weeks ago
Deuce
It's nice to know that I'm not alone! Haha
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7 weeks ago
Deuce
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8LhkyyCvUHk Wow, am I the only one who has lived his whole life thinking that a man sang this song? I never even thought about it, to be honest. It always just sounded like one of those 60s dudes with that style of voice to me. Well, feel free to laugh at me. My friend did. :)
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8 weeks ago
Deuce
That's a good song. I've never heard your band before. I like your vocals. I'm checking out your other songs right now and the guitar solo on "Take This City Alive" is very cool. Thanks for sharing. Never stop rockin' and much luck and success to you!
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2 months ago
Deuce
Yeah, I thought that things were looking different.
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2 months ago
Deuce
I've checked these guys out before. They just don't grab me, but I like when there are young, enthusiastic bands that wanna rock. I wish them well.
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2 months ago
Deuce
You're an incredibly fortunate man!
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2 months ago
Deuce
I've always liked the name Honeymoon Suite, but I agree about The Poodles. Chickenfoot is an easy one. I think that Revolution Saints is the newest lame name. Also, all of the "_____ City _____s" band names have gotten confusing and absurd. You know, all of the "Rock City Devils," "Devil City Rockers," "Trash City Snakes," etc. I made all of those up (
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2 months ago
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I read similar comments as well and I do worry that the album will suffer from being too "all over the place." I think that this song and one or two other ballads (maximum) with the rest being rockers and anthems would make a great mix, but I can see it being way too ballad/pseudo-ballad-heavy.
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2 months ago
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Take It To The Limit, what a masterpiece that is. I think that it'll be a long time (if ever) that a modern rock band makes an album that good again.
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2 months ago
Deuce
I like it! I was even kind of being a skeptical jerk about it, but it's a good song with a really good guitar solo.
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2 months ago
Deuce
That sounds pretty cool. I really like The Strange Case Of... and I hope that their next album is as good or even better.
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2 months ago
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A bunch of major artists contributed to this Paul McCartney tribute album, The Art Of McCartney. The rockers include KISS, Def Leppard, Sammy Hagar, Cheap Trick, Alice Cooper, Paul Rodgers, Roger Daltrey, and Heart. A few full songs have already been made available, but here's the first availability (that I'm aware of) of all of the clips: http://www.juno.co.uk/products/the-art-of-mccartne
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