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16 days ago
illimey
Get Midnight Oil to reform :D
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2 months ago
illimey
Room Experience -- No Signs Of Summer :P :D P.S. WHAT AN AWESOME ALBUM THIS IS!
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2 months ago
illimey
The Alarm -- Rain In The Summertime Robert Plant -- Big Log
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2 months ago
illimey
The example that stands out in my mind has to be Bryan Adams. I don't mind some of his early stuff but certainly don't love it, have never connected with his later stuff at all, but Into The Fire is top 20 all time for me.
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2 months ago
illimey
I have been in awe of Benatar/Giraldo since 1988's Wide Awake In Dreamland was released. It's lovely to see them get some acclaim here! Apparently they HAVE recently been playing a few deep cuts - including my all time favorite Too Long A Soldier. When I saw them live for my first and as yet only time a couple years ago the set list was very similar to what they are playing recently, and yes the
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2 months ago
illimey
Love this song. If you're looking for it, it was posted on the front page yesterday but is already at the bottom. Andrew has been busy! Really looking forward to receiving this album in my mailbox.
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2 months ago
illimey
Well I had mine (vinyl) pre-ordered from Amazon UK but canceled a week or so ago... ...because I found it was finally listed on .com with Prime shipping for cheaper! Mine should arrive tomorrow, which is listed as the release date. Can't wait to hear it as I have not heard the band live since just after rocks were invented.
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3 months ago
illimey
Hopefully this will make Andrew happy! The redesigned redesigned site is so attractive and functional that I actually scrolled down and watched a few videos. Usually they only last a few seconds before I move on, but both of these new MRR releases lasted for full songs, so I thought I'd better order them! Nice work to everyone involved. It would be nice if they both sell a million copies. :
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5 months ago
illimey
Another lifelong vote for On A Storyteller's Night (followed by anything else by the incomparable Rodney Matthews, such as this stunner):
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5 months ago
illimey
'?', 'Sola Scriptura' and 'One' are my favorites by far. However I am firmly in the 'it all sounds the same after a while' camp and I haven't bothered with the last few. The two songs I've heard from the new one haven't persuaded me to rethink. Same thing with Transatlantic - I got the most recent one but doubt I'll get any future releases. Still love the music, but not enough money or time to go
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5 months ago
illimey
Well, I love the two tracks I've heard from this so far, therefore have pre-ordered the CD/DVD version. This will be my first Toto studio album as I have only had compilations in the past!
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5 months ago
illimey
Hardly a big Toto fan, so don't read much in to this - but this is the best Toto song I have ever heard. Love it.
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6 months ago
illimey
Two thumbs up and a kiss on the ring from me as well!
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6 months ago
illimey
No change here today (and any day). This is the one I couldn't live without. It's not perfect, two of the songs are filler, it sounds like it was recorded in a tunnel lined with old jock straps... But the first time I heard Les Morts Dansant, and especially the instant I heard Tony kick in on the guitar half way through Les Morts Dansant, I knew I'd never be able to live without this album.
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6 months ago
illimey
Magnum -- On A Storyteller's Night
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6 months ago
illimey
Alongside The Rolling Stones, the most overrated (highly successful) band ever. However the manufactured hysteria that surrounded them paved the way for many other far more talented bands to make music, and a lot of these gifted folks say that The Beatles were/are a great influence on them. So what do I know? I simply can't listen to their music for more than a few seconds - by which time I
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7 months ago
illimey
Playing now! Sounds wonderful of course.
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7 months ago
illimey
Merry Christmas Al (and the rest of the Magnum band & crew)! I finally heard that my copy of the single arrived at the local record store I ordered it from here in Chicaaaaago! Going to pick it up today!
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7 months ago
illimey
I've avoided Van Halen like the plague over the years, but have to admit that this (that I've just heard for the first time) is one kickin' song.
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8 months ago
illimey
2_EdgedSword Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Not a fan necessarily of Creed, although I admit > to liking a couple of their hits back in the day. > As far as this situation, it is sad indeed. We all > have things in life we struggle with, be it > alcohol, drugs, etc. Often times fame and fortune > only magnify, rather than crucify, those d
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8 months ago
illimey
Not available in UK until Dec. 4th http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00PTC2FXO
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8 months ago
illimey
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00NHPWGMA
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8 months ago
illimey
8 months ago
illimey
Probably SPV's decision. But even if it was the band deciding not to release this on CD as well we should all still love them, 'cos they're Magnum.
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8 months ago
illimey
Yeah, definitely one of the criminally ignored bands. I'm British American and have lived in the USA for almost 15 years now. Still only come across a handful of people who've ever heard of BJH. Found their XII album in a local record store recently tho... filed under 'H'! :D
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8 months ago
illimey
bmg Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi DL7 > > > > I think at times they sound similar to Barclay > James Harvest - BJH were probably not as > 'progressive / experimental' - but I was and am > really into BJH (they are maybe more consistent > than P Floyd). > > > > BMG I love me some Barclay James Harve
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9 months ago
illimey
You're all nucking futs. But I still loves ya. Now go listen to some bloody music.
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10 months ago
illimey
OK this thread has me reaching for my vinyl copy of ITF which will hit the deck in a minute or two after Vivaldi's Four Seasons finishes spinning!
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10 months ago
illimey
Into The Fire is a fantastic expression of my personal taste in music. Nothing else by Bryan Adams has ever come anywhere near to reaching these heights, although I have to admit to being rather fond of Summer Of '69. Classic track, that one! But as far as a full album goes, ITF is the only one I love from start to finish. So, Bryan, buddy - how about you make the new one something like that,
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