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28 days ago
LeD
Very negative. Annoying to listen to. A lot of pop-rock, emo included & todays country-pop use it too much. Guess it's fun for a producer - "look what I can do!", time-saving in the studio, easier for those who can't hit the notes, but real artists shouldn't use it. Period. Keep it real.
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4 weeks ago
LeD
Hi! - Good album, Terje! ;)
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5 weeks ago
LeD
Great band! Love their old albums! Should've been huge! I was happy to see them back in the days, but only as support. To The Rolling Stones. I left happy, when the main attraction started. ;)
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7 weeks ago
LeD
Love old Piper & solo albums, up to a point where there wasn't much left of what I loved. I sure would participate on a pledge for a new album, hopefully a bit rockin', with the right musicians. No autotune & over-produced, simply basic & good enough songs. Whatever he'd like to do - I'll give it a go. Go, Billy! Best of luck to you. Fan for life.
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8 months ago
LeD
That was my thoughts, sorry 'bout it if was totally wrong, not my intention at all. I guess I'm gettin' old...
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8 months ago
LeD
I really like the opener, by Dominoe - Here I Am (1988). The second song sounded familiar too, I might be wrong, anyway - what's the story there?
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8 months ago
LeD
Great artist, great album! Love it. I really hope "the world" will notice her, it's well deserved now.
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9 months ago
LeD
I'd have to say T-Ride - T-Ride. Others from the top of my head: Cobra - First Strike The Boyzz - Too Wild To Tame Blind Date - Blind date Russia - Russia
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1 year ago
LeD
Trondheim, Norway (but doesn't live there anymore, now I'm at Dal, Norway)
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1 year ago
LeD
What Figge said...
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1 year ago
LeD
T-Ride, the never finished second album.
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1 year ago
LeD
Yes, really good album.
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1 year ago
LeD
Great album, always loved it. The whole album. Very Steely Dan'ish... (no, not danish) :P His only solo album, but he's been around playing with others, jazz & fushion etc. I still got this well played vinyl.
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1 year ago
LeD
Where Have All The Good Times Gone
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1 year ago
LeD
No. Very NO. As a long time Kiss fan (since '75) I'd say that VV never in KISS at all would've been nice. Sadly, that didn't happen. A pathetic creature.
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1 year ago
LeD
The obvious... Wicked Lester T.Rex ('73 - '75) Kiss ('75) Queen ('75) Mott the Hoople ('74) Sweet ('75) Thin Lizzy ('77) And then there's... Mr.Big UK Broken Home Piper Starz Angel Teaze Moxy Legs Diamond Montrose April Wine Survivor Boston Touch New England Max Webster Kix Girl Heavy Metal Kids ('76)
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1 year ago
LeD
Han Solo! :D I'd like another Paul Stanley solo album as good as his latest. (yes, I loved that one & his first, of course) and yes, Ricky Medlocke! One of my all time heroes, far too good to be hidden in the Skynyrd bunch. But I can see the logical solution, and the age makes ppl have to do such decisions. I respect that. I think ageing is the reason I can't see a lot of those m
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1 year ago
LeD
First to enter my mind... Girl - Sheer Greed Japan - Adolescent Sex Magnum - On a Storytellers Night (and more Magnum and others by the amazing Rodney Matthews) Kiss - Alive! Van Halen - Van Halen + Several early Maiden ...and a lot more.
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2 years ago
LeD
Just an amazing album. It sure is BIG. Love it, the story how it was made and all, and the not quite ordinary result. Far from it. And no guitar solos! Their couple of videos, good looking as they were, was a bit too hairy, 80's & posing, but the music was just however stunning. In my ears. Their unfinished demoes of their next album, sounded promising, but far from finished. Most p
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2 years ago
LeD
Auto tune hell, for sure. A pop album, not meant for my old ears, sounding very 80's. I like REO Speedwagon and their pop stuff, but this... big disapointment. More like Christopher Cross or Leo Sayer (which I sort of liked, but he is what he is, never a rock person). Dropping the auto tune could've saved this, I'm not sure, I can't listen to this enough times to find out. Sorry to say.
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2 years ago
LeD
Sounds good! I'm looking forward to this album, I really liked their "Waters Rising", "Sad Day On Planet Earth" and "Deep Red Shadows" albums. And earlier stuff, of course. Not very light weight party oriented music, and that's a good thing too. Leave that to others like Steel Panther. Some days really feels like a Sad Day On Planet Eart, I think... then
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2 years ago
LeD
You're right, Dave, of course. :P I remember it wasn't easy to get information on all bands back in those days, but much easier now, with the web. Great music anyway! I guess I got a bit carried away there, making this list. I surely forgotten some (such as Zappacosta + Surrender). Wireless - one of my favourite bands, I've always seen them as a canadian band, and I read later that
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2 years ago
LeD
Time Tells No Lies & Samurai are two PERFECT albums I just loved from the time of release, '81 & '82. Man, those were great years to buy good music! A BIG SALUTE to Rock Candy, again. Just GREAT news! Thanks, peteaor :D
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2 years ago
LeD
I've been obsessed, sort of, by the quality of canadian music through the years. Searched and collected a lot on vinyls, most of it sadly long gone. CDs happened, and I started to buy all over again, then mp3 saved me from ruin. I still often play the good ol' canadian hard rock - music perfectly suited for my ol' ears. :D April Wine Triumph Rush Saga Pat Travers Frank Marino Moxy Tea
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2 years ago
LeD
GREAT NEWS!! Love Lillian Axe. This really isn't a sad day on planet earth, for sure! Death Comes Tomorrow, though... :P
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2 years ago
LeD
What's illegal is... Illegal? Already. And there might be a suitable punishment that may be carried out formally under a system of the law? To stop/cut the ISP isn't a reasonable option, as most stuff to exist these modern days are done by the internet, such as work and bank operations, payments, travel ordering, etc. That's like taking away the roads when driving too fast, by second thought
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2 years ago
LeD
Good question. Not an easy task, but here's my list (in no order): Kiss - Kiss The Wildhearts - Earth Vs. The Wildhearts Sixx AM - The Heroin Diaries Soundtrack Van Halen - Van Halen T-Ride - T-Ride Boston - Boston Toto - Toto Montrose - Montrose Rick Derringer - All American Boy Mr.Big (UK) - Sweet Silence And then it's the rest... Ozzy Osbourne - Blizzard Of Ozz Iron Maide
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2 years ago
LeD
Awesome!! I saw this at the same tour, at The 4th Golden Summernight Festival 16. aug. 81, in N├╝rnberg. To witness a 'hungry' Foreigner at their tour of that years album, "4" (Release date: July 2, 1981) - was just a dream come through, and yet we didn't know how classic that album would turn out to be. Just AWESOME! The bands that day was: More, Iron Maiden, Blackfoot, 38 Spe
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2 years ago
LeD
Maybe not a label to hit the big times, I agree. They had some great releases anyway :)) And then they pushed quite some old best of collections etc., that always looked cheap. Cashing in on their vaults, but as you said, not the place to get anywhere.
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2 years ago
LeD
Ahh, the white 10" Girl vinyl was of course the great Russ Ballard song "Love is a Game". My head works slow, apparently. Love Is a Game
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