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24 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
cluster Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I hope I don't offend anyone by saying I only ever > new four or five Survivor tunes - two or three > form the movies and a couple of others that I had > on some obscure compilation vinyl. So with this > thread I hit Spotify and my word what great tunes > - very little filler though my preference on
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25 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
Joe Vana Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > 1- Too Hot To Sleep > 1 1/2- When Seconds Count > The rest are a tied for 2!! > And Reach is NOT a Survivor Record!!! > > No way I put that even on the same planet as the > others... > > Sorry if that offends anyone!!! > JV Agree Joe, but I figured a few folk might mention it. I
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25 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
Great to see a few replies to these awesum albums. Lots of opinions but overall, everybody agrees these are great aor albums. Don't see much for the 1st album though which I personally love. Bickler's voice on that first album is powerhouse!! Vital Signs could possibly be the greatest aor album ever ( at least along with Escape)? CITG totally underrated and the song EVER SINCE THE WORLD BEGAN is
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26 days ago
Irwin m fletcher
Been listening to my Survivor CDs again the past 2 weeks (Japan 1st press issue's lol) and have to say yet again, these 7 albums released between 1979 and 1988 are just gold!!! What voices Dave Bickler and JJ HAD! Solid rhythm section of Droubay and Ellis, great guitars from FS and of course brilliant keyboards/guitar/vocals from Jim Peterik! These 7 albums are great! A personal rank would probab
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8 weeks ago
Irwin m fletcher
blm Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Do you know if show is seated or standing? It's all general admission as far as I know buddy.
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8 weeks ago
Irwin m fletcher
Deep purple slaves and masters Van Halen 3 Def Leppard Slang Mötley Crüe s/t Black Sabbath Born again Metallica Load Anthrax Volume 8 Poison Native Tongue Ratt Dancing Undercover Winger Pull Skid Row Subhuman Race Extreme Waiting for the Punchline
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2 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
Any fans of Scottish band The Silencers? Those first 5 albums were fantastic, especially A BLUES FOR BUDDHA. Elements of U2, Big Country and Simple Minds. Great songs with great melody and lyrics. A band that should have been way bigger!! Any curious people who don't know them, check out the tracks THE REAL McCOY and I CAN FEEL IT. Cheers.
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2 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
Anyone looking for tickets to see John Carpenter in Manchester on Saturday 29th this month? Can't make it now and stuck with 2 tickets. They were £25 each but would probably accept a decent offer for the 2. Cheers.
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3 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
I fave the frontiers cd with dvd and also bought the blue spec for the bonus track. Loud!
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3 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
I love the sound of the last 2 Toto albums FIB and XIV. They sound perfect to me. I've listened to them at home on stereo and in car. Perfect. I really don't hear why anyone would complain about anything on them. Each to their own though I guess. ..
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3 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
Terry, I'm a massive Toto fan, I have everything they ever done. However. ..I bought the Rock Candy reissues then just put them on eBay. Wasn't impressed at all mate. I actually prefer the original releases on columbia mate.
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3 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
It's a shame REALLY as Don once had a great voice. He obviously didn't look after it and heavy smoking didn't help either. Band sounds good though.
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3 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
KingsGene Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Is it this one... > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SSrZjSoRj4 ? > If not, please let me know as I would love to see > it... That's the one :-)
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3 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
Terry, funny you posted this....I'm on holiday in Boston and just back from the 'Boston' concert which was the final show on the 40th anniversary tour. Absolutely fantastic and that was my first time seeing them as they never come to the UK now, not since 1979 actually. Sound was great, setlist was great....fantastic! Even managed to meet Tom Scholtz after the concert for a photo and autograph.
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4 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
The Lost Boys was my personal favourite soundtrack.
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4 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
I know one person who was at that gig who said it was really good. Having said that, I think Boston are probably a better live band now than they've ever been. Bob, Boston are on a par with Toto for me. Totally different bands but 2 of my favourites.
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4 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
Touch. I'm travelling from Scotland. And you are indeed right. ..last UK tour was 1979! Shocking when you think of it. Although there is a rumour that there's gonna be some Euro/UK shows soon. Just a rumour though. Gary Pihl said they were looking at shows outside of America. Fingers crossed!
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4 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
Cheers Dan. This is my first time seeing them. One of my favourites. Travelling a long way.
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4 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
19. Boston
Anyone in the Boston area going to see Boston on the last 2 nights of the tour on 14th and 15th August? See you there :-)
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4 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
GODS OF WAR WOMEN HYSTERIA ANIMAL ARMAGEDDON IT RUN RIOT LOVE BITES POUR SOME SUGAR ON ME DON'T SHOOT SHOTGUN EXITABLE ROCKET LOVE AND AFFECTION
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4 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
Hope it's better than the last 2 or 3. Personal opinion of course.
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4 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
Cheer Woody. Would love to see Paul Laine.
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4 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
Giant and Mr Big....
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5 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
I will never watch it.... EVER!!! Lol.
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5 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Only interest would be the RTZ-- BUT...it already > sounds pretty damn good,IMO. Was remastering > really necessary? T That's what I was thinking Terry... RTZ already sounds good, I'll probably give it a miss even though I did get Barry Goudreau solo album and Orion The Hunter Rock Candy reissues.
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5 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
Don Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Oh, yeah, duh...brain is officially on vacation > right now. Sorry. > Cheers, > Don Great album! I got it about 15 years ago for a few pounds. Bargain!!
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5 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
Troy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Most I've paid for one is $50. A VH III Tin > autographed by Eddie, Alex, Mike and Gary. Troy I have that cd to, I had Gary Cherone sign it for me to! Incidentally, the must expensive cd I ever purchased was probably Boston Life Love And Hope Japanese version which has about 4 bonus tracks. I'm sure Boston cd
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5 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
The first time I heard Terry Brock singing with NETWORK at the end of NATIONAL LAMPOON EUROPEAN VACATION... I actually thought it WAS Journey!!!
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5 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
Cheers for review Ken. Got tickets for the last show of the tour in Boston. Looking forward to it, never seen Boston before and there one of my favourite bands. Can't wait!
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5 months ago
Irwin m fletcher
I had tickets for Glasgow but just sold them....I agree with Rocknut, the setlist is poor again, a 3 song encore of Led Zeppelin songs is totally unnecessary I think! Instead of the 3 LZ songs, they could be playing another 3 classic Heart songs. Having said that, hope all who see the UK tour enjoy it.
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