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17 days ago
robboothe
That would be great. I loved the last album. I play quite a bit while working out. A great rock album. I did not realize they had an album before the last one. Is it worth getting?
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8 weeks ago
robboothe
Ritchie Sambora
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3 months ago
robboothe
Not even close for me. Night Ranger by a landslide. Got tired of Damn Yankees pretty quickly and even now outside of a couple of songs, don't care to listen to Damn Yankees. But love about everything that Night Ranger has ever done.
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8 months ago
robboothe
About 5 years ago, a friend of mine and myself got onstage tickets for Sammy Hagar concert in Kansas City. Upon entering the stage they gave us a huge plastic mug with a very warm Waborita in it. We were told that if we needed to go to the restroom during the concert, we needed to do so before the next to the last song of the first set. Otherwise, if you left the stage we would not get back on
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11 months ago
robboothe
!00% in agreement with you Drowningdeep. Great last album and I would not have know about them without this web site. Thanks for all the years of work Andrew!
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1 year ago
robboothe
Had never heard of the following bands here in America and have bought cd's from all of these bands as a direct result of this website. Gotthard The Poodles Eclipse Unruly Child
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1 year ago
robboothe
I am really looking forward to this. It will be nice to have a little change in his solo stuff from the Cabo party songs he has put out on the past couple of cd's.
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1 year ago
robboothe
I may be in the minority on this but I thought Nirvana was the beginning of the end of the Rock and Roll that I enjoyed. Smells Like Teen Spirit ruined rock and roll, not saved it!
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1 year ago
robboothe
It just boggles my mind when people come on here and bitch about this web site. I have been following this site faithfully for 15 years now. It is part of my day and life. I have donated a little bit and bought cd's from Andrew and from his sponsors and MRX. The value that I have recieved from going to this web site every day far exceeds any money that I have donated. Even though I donat
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1 year ago
robboothe
Um thanks. Maybe I should have clarified. Pics of her back in the day. Not today!
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1 year ago
robboothe
I just want to see pics of Tawney Kitaen!!!!
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1 year ago
robboothe
I played this again this past week and really enjoyed it. But still my biggest criticism of the cd is the lyrics. This may be totally unpopular view, but the lyrics are just too over the top for me. I love some of the lines, but I like songs that you can sing to. These songs are very difficult to learn the words to and sing along with. Or maybe I am just getting old and the memory aint what
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1 year ago
robboothe
Gotta agree with Laurent. Can't stand listening to anything Bowie has ever done. Turn the station any time he comes on the radio. Let's Dance and China Girl are two of the absolute worst songs ever made. But each his own.
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2 years ago
robboothe
Never understood or cared for the unplugged versions with any band. IMHO a complete waste of time and money. Always hated it when bands go acoustic during a concert. I am there to rock out, not hear some lame version of a great song. Why would I want to hear a whole concert that way. Love Night Ranger otherwise.
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2 years ago
robboothe
Radar Love. Anything by David Bowie
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2 years ago
robboothe
I agree that it would have gone over much better as a live album with an audience. Why in the world would I rather listen to a live in the studio now when the originals sound so much better.
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2 years ago
robboothe
Just picked this up yesterday and love the new songs but was greatly disappointed in the remakes of the old hits. Very boring and non energetic. I know it is about the money but I never understand why bands remake songs if they can't improve on the original. Only a few bands can pull it off. Like Van Halen did. But it sucks when a band can't even pull it off on their own material.
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2 years ago
robboothe
Rosanne Barr
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2 years ago
robboothe
Great topic. For me it would be Sammy Hagar hands down. I would love to sit down with him over Kansas City BBQ and just shoot the shit. Relay my first Sammy concert experience and try to explain how much his music has meant to me through the years. I figure that I have spent more time with Sammy Hagar by listening to his music in the car, than anyone else in my life. Seems like such a down t
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2 years ago
robboothe
Here in USA, The Who got bumped for some stupid new tv show on NBC. Stayed up watching the closing ceremonies only to see Queen and The Who and didn't get to see The Who. WTF. What a bunch of effing idiots at NBC.
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2 years ago
robboothe
IMHO cover songs are only good when they weren't popular songs to start with. If they were good songs to start with, it is generally very difficult to improve them or change them to make them better. Van Halen obviously pulls it off with "You really got me" and with half of their songs on Diver Down. Eddie has a way of making those songs his instead of the original players. Many peo
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2 years ago
robboothe
You guys can argue all you want about Rollie vs Cain. But IMHO, the songs from Infinity, Departure and Evolution are better than the Cain era songs. I know that Journeys success boomed after joining the band, but there is still something about those three albums that make me listen to those more than the post Rollie era. I for one enjoyed the two lead singers even though Steve Perry is probabl
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2 years ago
robboothe
Haven't seen anyone post on this yet but does anyone dig this song/video like I do?
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2 years ago
robboothe
Seems like such a minor thing, but bringing the mic back and ditching the head set is a huge difference. DLR looked naked and out of place with that head set. Has to make him look more energetic on stage which by the youtube clips I have seen, he has sorely lacked.
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2 years ago
robboothe
New boss is same as the old boss - The Who Love em all I says, Let Cupid sort em out - DLR
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2 years ago
robboothe
Was just watching the videos and was thinking along the same lines that I miss the old Dave. He seems to have really mellowed with age (as we all have). But sorry, my rock and roll stars should not age at all. Daves persona on stage is a drastic about face of his hay day. And is it me or does he look completely out of place using that head set instead of holding a microphone? Honestly, the b
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2 years ago
robboothe
I sure hope not. Van Halen was not meant to be played unplugged. And DLR was definately not meant to sing unplugged! This acoustic stuff will get listened to once and then everyone will put it away and not listen again. I love VH but that was dreadful.
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2 years ago
robboothe
Awesome news. The power of the internet and the people. Here's to the beginning of a great new year. Merry Christmas to you Andrew and to all who visit this site.
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2 years ago
robboothe
If Vince goes out on his own again, we will only hear about him after he is in another accident, kills someone, kills himself or some other activity that involves the bottle. Not his singing (If that is what you call that comes out of his mouth)!!!
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2 years ago
robboothe
Do you know anything about the Promise that you could share?
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