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illimey
Playing now! Sounds wonderful of course.
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Yesterday
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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4 days 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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22 days ago
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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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30 days ago
illimey
Not available in UK until Dec. 4th http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00PTC2FXO
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30 days ago
illimey
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00NHPWGMA
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30 days ago
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5 weeks 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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6 weeks 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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6 weeks ago
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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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7 weeks ago
illimey
You're all nucking futs. But I still loves ya. Now go listen to some bloody music.
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2 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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2 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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2 months ago
illimey
http://www.discogs.com/Robert-Plant-Dreamland/release/2771509
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2 months ago
illimey
The only Domain album I'm familiar with is Before The Storm. This track sounds close enough to the sound they had on that one. So don't worry, you are not the only one who likes this. :)
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6 months ago
illimey
Absolutely bloody marvelous news. Prayers from me for Walter for a fantastic recovery beginning right now.
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7 months ago
illimey
They are trying to decide/locate a deal of some sort I think.
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7 months ago
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Robert Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > All Fired Up is my all time favorite PB song. > Love that one! Yeah, great track! Too Long A Soldier is my favorite, though. She is still kicking it live! Have to go see her again soon. Have to say that Neil Giraldo is a guitar/songwriting legend who definitely does not get enough recognition.
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7 months ago
illimey
Pat Benatar -- All Fired Up Bryan Adams -- Home Again Ian McNabb -- Fire Inside My Soul The Alarm -- Blaze Of Glory
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7 months ago
illimey
My order for both new CDs just went through. Looking forward to hearing them!
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7 months ago
illimey
+1
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7 months ago
illimey
Yeah. Although I have no idea when (if ever) I'll ever be able to see them live again, and any set would do for me, it would definitely be great to read that they went onto stage one night and cranked out the whole of Magnum II & Eleventh Hour! Hehe.
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8 months ago
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Idiosyncrasy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Ha! Thought you were talking about the band that > released the 'Other Side' album on Now & Then back > in the 90s… Me too. Was a little puzzled when I started watching the video...
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8 months ago
illimey
I have a copy of Almost Home at last! Signed ltd edition #82/100, which arrived along with one other part of my 'reward' for backing them on Kickstarter all those long (two) years ago! It is a great album. But, I have no idea when/if the CD goes on general sale. All I can suggest is watch their website (houseofguardian.com) and follow their FB page.
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8 months ago
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Thunder Schmunder. I really don't get the issue with Americans and Magnum. Blue Bluddy Oyster Cult are still doing their thing. Many over here have a soft spot for Kansas/Styx/REO/Foreigner/Yawny/Boston and other similar bands. Put all those in a pot, mix it round, add a few wild hand gestures and out pops Magnum. Oh well.
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8 months ago
illimey
GET MAGNUM (no, not the Ice Cream, crappy TV show, car, birth control device or gun) ON US SOIL (within easy reach of Chicago - can't make this TOO easy) AND I WILL PERSONALLY GIVE YOU A BIG KISS. Now there's an offer you can't look away from.
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8 months ago
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thinny Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > If you didn't like Reckless or Cuts Like A Knife > I'm not sure that there is anywhere else to > go....both (in my opinion) are great albums and > far superior to ITF....but nothing else in his > discography is comparable to ITF, it was quite a > different record for him in places...his stuff > fr
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8 months ago
illimey
I am almost totally unfamiliar with Bryan's discography, apart from Into The Fire which is probably in my Top 20 all time favorite albums! I of course know Summer Of 69, and have heard the full Reckless and Cuts Like A Knife albums a few times - neither of which do much for me. His 'later' (i.e. after Into The Fire) stuff certainly hasn't hit home to me either, thanks no doubt to the infamous and
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8 months ago
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Just checked Amazon.com (i.e. the US website) and it is currently at #26 in the 'Hard Rock' category. Not too shabby, I don't think? P.S. No idea why this appears as a reply to the 'only on the midweek chart' comment. Actually, yeah - I guess I had clicked that sub message to launch the thread. Anyway, F-squared to the midweek charts. Here's for #1 at the weekend! :D
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