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4 days ago
SEAN1
I love These Days and thought it could herald a real shift away from the whole " hair metal " tag some gave them. It had a much darker more mature sound, so I was hugely disappointed with Crush and Bounce that followed it. For me they began the decline that they have never halted. I saw them on all the tours for the first 6 albums and they were great, I then saw them on the Lost Highway
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10 days ago
SEAN1
Springsteen Rush Michael Mcdermott Jayhawks Night Ranger
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14 days ago
SEAN1
It's undeniable that Bon Jovi are well past their best, but to my ears there are always 3 or 4 excellent songs on each of their last few albums- surrounded by pretty bland filler!
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19 days ago
SEAN1
Think playing New Zealand really helped England-their positivity definitely rubbed off.
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19 days ago
SEAN1
Great album for sure. I believe Stephen Clifford got religion and left-big loss from which they never recovered.
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20 days ago
SEAN1
I love category 5 ,and really dislike Prime Time! Different strokes!
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23 days ago
SEAN1
There are albums that really divide opinions, and I was wondering which ones spring to mind for you guys. For me it is Steve Walsh-Glossolalia an album that I absolutely love, but one which I know is disliked by others.
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23 days ago
SEAN1
Anything involving Mike Slamer is worth getting. Always quality.
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25 days ago
SEAN1
adolfo I do want to talk about the music-which is precisely the point I was making.
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25 days ago
SEAN1
So glad that you have removed the ridiculous thread about Allesandro del Vecchio which was just plain nasty and unnecessary. Opinions are what this board is all about, but to pass an opinion off as fact beggars belief.
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29 days ago
SEAN1
Putting aside the overwhelming evidence for a second, the very tone of TD's emails and Facebook posts says an awful lot. Doesn't take someone with a PHD in psychology to make an accurate assessment of the whole situation.
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30 days ago
SEAN1
Putting aside the quality of the songs-and my expectations weren't high- his vocals are woeful. Lots of threads in recent weeks about the vocal abilities of Bobby Kimball, Coverdale etc, but Geoff Tate goes to the top of my "need to retire gracefully " list.
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4 weeks ago
SEAN1
Excellent album.
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5 weeks ago
SEAN1
I wouldn't be surprised if Mike Slamer has some involvement. Great news and long overdue.
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2 months ago
SEAN1
Figge- Tale of the tape was remastered and released by Rock Candy a few years ago. Cracking album. As previously mentioned he has toured pretty extensively with Ringo Starrs all star band in recent years. Check out the youtube clips-vocally he hasn't lost anything!
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2 months ago
SEAN1
For me the best thing since the black halo by a long way. A definite grower.
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2 months ago
SEAN1
Great record.
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2 months ago
SEAN1
Great interview-looking forward to new Kansas material.
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3 months ago
SEAN1
Great album-definitely more Survivor than POL.
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3 months ago
SEAN1
God bless America!
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4 months ago
SEAN1
Agree with Joe-songs on the radio is a great song.
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4 months ago
SEAN1
Definitely sounds more Survivor than Pride of Lions to me. Looking forward to this one.
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4 months ago
SEAN1
Everyone has their particular favourites, but the diversity of the songs and the fantastic performances make this pretty stellar as far as I'm concerned. They are a class apart from most bands in this genre to my ears and in a different league to the Frontiers projects of recent times.
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4 months ago
SEAN1
The samples of this in Andrew's showcase sound great. Very Vital Signs era Survivor!
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4 months ago
SEAN1
Recently discovered Red Wanting Blue-great band with touches of Toad the wet sprocket, Better than Ezra and Springsteen. Any other fans here?
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5 months ago
SEAN1
I am sure the sales will be healthy. The question is will there be the will, or more likely, the gap in their schedules to release an album that they have created rather than just played on?
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5 months ago
SEAN1
Deen said in an interview when asked about opening for journey that the guys in the band ( in other words Schon and Cain ) wouldn't like that! I hope they do some shows at some stage, and this becomes more than a project. As I said in my previous post if a 2nd album happens-and I hope it does- then it will be a proper group effort.
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5 months ago
SEAN1
I am getting very tired of these frontiers projects. They're all decent enough, but lack soul. The Revolution Saints album is a fine showcase for Deen Castronova's superb voice, but Jack Blades doesn't feature and Doug Aldrich rarely shines. I really hope they do a few shows and decide to record again using their own song writing talents. Songs penned by Jack Blades would be way more interesting
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5 months ago
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The latest edition of classic rock has a free live thunder cd. It includes live versions of the title track, the thing I want and resurrection day, and they are all fabulous. Such a great band who deserve to be huge both sides of the pond.
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6 months ago
SEAN1
Been thinking of getting a copy of this, but it is a bit pricey-£25ish. Anyone here have this, and is it as good as the hype?
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