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Irwin m fletcher
Oh man those first 2 Ozzy albums are untouchable. RIP.
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Irwin m fletcher
RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > They were SO lucky to land Kotzen and Saraceno ... > to take CC DeDuff back was a colossal mistake! I don't think taking back CC was a mistake from a business point of view. They toured almost every year and made a fortune no doubt. Anybody who says the non 'CC' Poison albums are the best ain't really Pois
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Irwin m fletcher
Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Great stuff. The only Poison album I play aside > from Native Tongue. Surely you must like Flesh and Blood A? I think the hardcore Poison fan would say that's their best album. Of course it's just opinion. Hollyweird....now that's another story :-/
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Irwin m fletcher
I did see BJ in 2001 and it was one of the best concerts I've ever been to. They even managed LAY YOUR HANDS ON ME & BLAZE OF GLORY. Don't think I'd go see em now though.
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Irwin m fletcher
The Stealer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It is not perfect in any sense of the word, but > whatever floats your boat. Native Tongue is not the best poison album there is, but whatever floats your boat.
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Yesterday
Irwin m fletcher
The Stealer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Mr. Smiley sucks. So does Sexual Thing, but there > are some good songs on the album. No they dont > > Native Tongue blows this album away, it is the > strongest songwriting on any Poison album and > Kotzen made Poison better. > No he didn't > No, Whitesnake's lyrics are tongue
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Yesterday
Irwin m fletcher
The Stealer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I like a few songs, but there is a lot of crap on > this and the lyrics are very juvenile even for a > band like Poison. Mr. Smiley? Awful. > > Native Tongue with Kotzen's input is much better > than this. I feel Crack was a step back. Couldn't disagree more....Native Tongue was a snoozefest
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Yesterday
Irwin m fletcher
Doing the Poison trip this week and forgot what a great album CRACK A SMILE is. Maybe even the best Poison album. Some great playing by Blues Saraceno. Chock full of great songs. Anyone else dig this when it FINALLY got released in 2000....5 years after it was supposed to come out? Should have been huge.
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Yesterday
Irwin m fletcher
garyt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Did Sykes do any of the solos on Slide It In? I > always thought his contributions to the US version > were minimal at best. I asked that same question a few months back Gary....I'm still trying to work out if he done any actual solo's on the US version. He definitely didn't do the solo's on Love ain't no st
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Irwin m fletcher
I don't even need to listen to anything new from BJ to know it's awful. For me KEEP THE FAITH was their last 'listenable' album. Last one i actually listened to was Bounce altho i did like the song EVERYDAY. You know its over when your mum and sister start listening to the same bands as you.
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Yesterday
Irwin m fletcher
Rondo (NI) Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Love ain't no stranger....the Redcar troubadour > hasn't bettered it it in his career. > The finest Whitesnake love song > ever......especially the Sykes remix version!! Can hardly hear Sykes on that. Solo was Micky Moody.
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5 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
Yeh i was looking for my Rick Astley recently. Not a cd but a 12".....
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8 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
Only one that almost comes close to odd... Bret Michaels in San Francisco Fort Mason near Fisherman's Wharf....the gig was in a hanger....Bret said he was gonna be around for a while and party all night then he preceded to leave the stage...after about 8 songs pmsl. Some party. Considering i was on holiday though i still enjoyed it.
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9 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
WescottF1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Falken Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Not that I have much engagement in the band. > Did > > they play in my neighboorhood I'd go and check > > them out. > > Reminds me - several years ago the classic lineup > played in a parking lo
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9 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
Stick a fork in it man for the love of god!
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10 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Old Cov famously said he hated the Heavy Metal > label (this was circa '81) and said Whitesnake > were a very loud blues band. I still have the > Donington '81 programme he was quoted in. Sad to > say he changed his tune just 6 years later. > Jackass. By Heavy Metal, he probably meant Judas
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11 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
Never really felt Joe Elliott was ashamed by his roots etc? He just didn't want to be lumped in with bands like Saxon and Iron Maiden in the early 80s....or lumped in with bands like Motley or Poison in the early 80s. I heard JE once say that DL had more in common with Duran Duran....maybe he was right? The image was just part of the 80s wasn't it? Bono had a mullet as did 100 other band's at th
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17 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
Huge Poison fan back in the day. Loved LWTCDI & OUASA...but i felt the band REALLY hit their stride with FAB....Great album that showed Bret and the boys were heading in a more mature direction. SOMETHING TO BELIEVE IN is certainly their masterpiece dare i say it. Poison were one of my favourite bands when Native Tongue came out and it bored me (still does) to tears! Yes it's well written, y
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18 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Well, my opinion of Brian (and Paul) are just > anecdotal. I’ve never met Brian but I’m sure > he could be a genial person when he wanted to be. > Put it this way, I’ve never seen a video of > Brian bad mouthing Paul.....however, I have seen a > video of Paul bad mouthing Brian. Similar to R
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18 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
The Stealer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > How come you didn't check it out in the 90's? > > I love both White Snake and North Winds. I would > have liked to have more music from him in that > style. i just wasn't interested for some reason and then i decided to give it a go. Was very happy i did.
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18 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
I'm not a huge BC fan but did anyone see Queen with PR? Caught them live and it was a great gig!
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19 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
The Stealer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Great to see Coverdale/Page rank so high for > people to make a top 5 as opposed to top 10. It is > just a brilliant album. I've been a Whitesnake fan since I was a kid and only recently really got into Coverdale Page. Incidentally i had David Coverdale Whitesnake 1977 album on today.
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20 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
Stealer got me thinkin....plenty of great ones to choose from. Fav 5? In no order... Deep Purple Burn Whitesnake 1987 Whitesnake Slide it in Whitesnake Ready an Willing Coverdale/Page
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20 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
The Stealer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I would love for The Firm albums to be remastered > and include any unreleased stuff if it exists. I > wish Page would do it. > > I even emailed Rock Candy to see if maybe they > could do it and they got back to me saying that it > would be beyond their budget to even get the > rights to
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20 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
adolfo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I don't like the first song "Step into the light" > and there is the first of the tracklist... a shame > because it almost ruined the album. > > The other songs show a band in its formative stage > and all the songs seem good, at least for every > Dokken fan like me who wants to have it
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20 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I’m at work, so it’s mostly people I work with > talking lots of shit. lol.
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20 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
garyt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The new Dokken and The Police boxset. Ordered the Japanese copy (thanks Adolfo)for the bonus track. Lovely.
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20 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
Alternating between Whitesnake and George Michael.
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22 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
Off the top of my head U2 New Years Day Duran Duran Rio Mr Big Colarado Bulldog Paul Simon Diamonds on Soles of her shoes Eagles One of these nights
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22 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
Love all 3 almost equally. First 2 have great songs. Production is a bit thin like others have said but ITHOTY is a great album. PULL took the band to another level though no doubt. Only negative I'll say about PULL is it's a bit dark for me personally. I still think RAINBOW IN THE ROSE is the best song they ever done. P.S didn't think the 3 albums after PULL were up too much.
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