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17 days ago
leftfield
I didn't even realise Kerrang still existed it is so irrelevant. From Issue 1 I bought it every month for many years but as the 90s came, I went elsewhere.
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18 days ago
leftfield
Holy shit! Just seen Andrew's announcement FM/DARE/STONE BROKEN on same bill. Bring it on.....
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20 days ago
leftfield
To all board subscribers - if you haven't tried Tremonti's solo stuff please do but also his work with Alter Bridge and Creed is definitely work considering. He is one of most talented, consistent and prolific performers with a fantastic guitar tone and not a bad voice either! I am huge fan (obviously!). Cheers
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21 days ago
leftfield
Not many names representing the last 15 years. For what it's worth I would add Mark Tremonti to previous mentions. michael Schenker will always be No1 for me as he and UFO were the reason I got into the music in the first place (with EVH of course).
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24 days ago
leftfield
Thanks to all for responses, I will be checking out the bands I'm not familiar with. I am sorry for not initially mentioning Eclipse as they are excellent.
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26 days ago
leftfield
Is there a giant factory in Sweden making rock bands? It 's almost impossible to keep up with it. I have to say with some notable exceptions (Europe and Treat primarily) almost everything I hear is formulaic and ultimately leaves me cold. Any specific and non-abusive recommendations to change this perception?
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4 weeks ago
leftfield
Great work!
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4 weeks ago
leftfield
I know it's only personal opinion Peter but I much prefer Stone Broken to Nickelback who I regard as hugely overrated particularly after seeing them live.
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4 weeks ago
leftfield
Band from UK brought to my attention by a mate in Oz (ironic given I am from England). They have a new album out 'All In Time' available on CD from their website or on ITunes/Amazon digitally. In the style of 12 Stones I guess. Not ground-breaking by any means but bloody good all the same. Picked up a ticket to see them in Birmingham in July for £6.
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5 weeks ago
leftfield
6 years - really?? Where the hell did that go. A huge loss indeed.
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6 weeks ago
leftfield
Thank god I got my money back - shocking. As their song goes - Money Talks. One last ditch attempt to make yet more $$.
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7 weeks ago
leftfield
Another fantastic release. On the same day as the awesome Tremonti unleashed Dust so I am a happy bunny. I don't pay attention to any of the industry and personality bullshit. I either like what I hear or I don't and these 2 are excellent.
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2 months ago
leftfield
I got the offer of refund from Ents24 last night. It was processed this morning. Would have much preferred to see the band with Brian Johnson but at least they gave me the option. It will be fascinating to see how many people turn up in Manchester as there was already over 1,000 tickets for sale on StubHub at the weekend.
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2 months ago
leftfield
I had no idea it was so sought after. I have the CD version and also the original vinyl version on Music For Nations. Remember being blown away by it first time I heard it. I actually preferred the rawer sound. I didn't think Beau Hill was a good choice for their albums and I don't think their back catalogue has aged well because of the production. That said, there are some great songs in th
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2 months ago
leftfield
Why do I feel slightly uncomfortable with the Hughes statement on MR front page today. Can't help but wonder how long 'the love' will last. Let's just hope long enough to make some more great music.
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2 months ago
leftfield
This is such sad news. Like Andrew, I liked his rockier side but you can't fail to be blown away by the sheer range of his talent over decades. Saw him on the last tour and it ranks in my top 5 all-time gigs as well. One of the best guitar players I had ever seen. Another icon leaves us with a legacy that is unlikely to be matched in todays faceless and formulaic music world. R.I.P.
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2 months ago
leftfield
Great news! Having witnessed the pile of shit that was Califonia Breed I am well happy. I was a huge BCC fan - they made some great music and were brilliant in concert.
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2 months ago
leftfield
FOR SALE 3 tickets for Manchester Etihad. On Stubhub already - doubt I will sell them given this news. Not much else to say really.
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2 months ago
leftfield
Forgot how good this is. Not heavy but some really strong tracks. Seems they only made the one album. Worth checking out IMO.
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2 months ago
leftfield
1. Def Leppard - White Lightning (sends shivers down the spine) 2. Rush - Tom Sawyer (thanks to cruise control and automatic gearbox I was able to play keyboard and bass pedal sections in perfect sync plus of course the drum fills as appropriate) 3. JR Richards - Far End Of The Black (one of the best songs from an all-time favourite artist) What a gift music is.... More next week if a
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2 months ago
leftfield
Ahhh SLAM now there was a classic album if ever there was one. Huge fan can't wait for this release.
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2 months ago
leftfield
UFO Bradford St Georges 1980.
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3 months ago
leftfield
This is a complete joke. Insulting to all who have spent their hard-earned cash. Then again, should we expect anything better given the Young corporate machine?
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3 months ago
leftfield
Congrats on 20 years. Can only echo previous sentiments. As you so rightly say if we don't adapt we die. Best Andrew
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3 months ago
leftfield
I agree on the refund issue. I bought tickets on the basis this is the farewell tour with Brian where he deserves to be. He has been the singer for 35+ years! I don't want to see them either now.
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3 months ago
leftfield
Agree totally with the sentiment on this topic. Awesome talent. Opaline is an all-time fav. Loving the solo material as well. Acoustic versions of Dishwalla classics well worth checking out (Stripped release)
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4 months ago
leftfield
VW twat. Sorry Golf GTD. Lawsuit pending re emissions scandal!
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4 months ago
leftfield
So he does. Cheers
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4 months ago
leftfield
I used to buy from Loud 1 - I remember them saying they were hanging up their CDs due to download revolution.
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4 months ago
leftfield
I still have my Michael Schenker sweatshirt from 1981 'On The Rack' tour. It looks so small it looks like it was made for an action figure but I ain't parting with it. Oh yeah and also Queensryche Empire tshirt with autographs (faded as my wife actually washed it in the mid 90s - which clearly is a completely ridiculous and unecessary act).
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