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7 days ago
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Lol - I'm right there with you Van!! I'm not sure if that means the Station is getting better or I'm getting older. Probably both.
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7 days ago
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Thanks for that link MSL. I was curious to have a listen but didn't want to sit through bloody Whiley's vacuous blathering waiting for it! In fact, even in 2 minutes she was starting to really irritate me. Not bad overall though, although 3/5 is just plain wrong. It's a very good 4/5 for me. Also, what we were saying about Bonamassa and Jools Holland. Did you know that when he played The
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7 days ago
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farrarsm Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Granted, > it's been years since I listened to Subhuman Race, > but I don't think my opinion would of it change > even if I did re-visit it. I've got one for sale if you feel like testing that theory ;-))
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7 days ago
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I really like it too, but I can see why others don't. Whereas the hooks on past albums threw you to the ground and shagged you senseless, the ones here patiently woo you until you submit to their charms! It takes a bit of time to fully appreciate this and it's not helping that it followed an album as great as The Strange Case Of. My suspicion is it will age well, and people will look more kind
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7 days ago
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I gave up watching Jools years ago after tuning in every week for a very long time. My main problem is he has the same acts on the show over and over and over again with a few new ones thrown in, some very obscure too. Damon Bloody album only has to belch into a microphone and Jools will have him on saying how amazing it is. And a lot of times it's acts like The Manics (who I love) and they cl
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7 days ago
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Robert - I agree with what Rock did on Dr Feelgood and the Black album. But I think his main contribution was making them sound awesome, and that's his best skill as a producer (St Anger excluded, obviously!!). But after the Black album he gained too much influence over bands and their songwriting, because they assumed he was the mastermind behind the record and he'd do the same for them if the
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7 days ago
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Wow - I guess someone must have told Jo it's a trendy album and she's allowed to like it!
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8 days ago
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I do agree with My Enemy, Into Another and Breaking Down. Those are the few bits I like. But the complete lack of huge trademark hooks a la Slave To The Grind (the album) makes the heavier songs a bit of a dirge to these ears.
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8 days ago
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I love heavy and dark music. But I also love it to be good ;-)))
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8 days ago
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Like many, when this one came out I really, really tried to like it but ultimately failed and ended up flogging it. With all the talk about Harnell I was browsing Amazon, saw it very cheap and thought I'd have another crack at it. After all, there are many albums and bands I couldn't get into when I was young only to have a completely different take later on in life. So I've been listening a
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11 days ago
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Lol Benno - but I think there's only one man that could have truly fucked this up: And here's one of the reasons why: And another: And Another:
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11 days ago
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Ozzy
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11 days ago
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Excellent post, and I agree about both albums 100%.
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12 days ago
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There's an interesting debate going on about the opening line, where Luke says 'My father has it'. Note the tense - not past but present?? He did turn to Palpatine to try and learn the secret of life after death... It is Return Of The Jedi dialogue, though, and may be getting over analysed, but everyone seems to think Mark's voice sounds different...let the speculation commence!!
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12 days ago
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Han and fuckin' Chewie......and that iconic music.... My inner fanboy just came....and came HARD!! :-)))) Star Wars I defy anyone who grew up on these films not to be super psyched by this one!
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13 days ago
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There's more chance of Ozzy being named the most intelligent man on the planet than there is of him apologising to Bill.
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13 days ago
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Having thought about this one it does sound a bit worrying, but I do like the fact they're trying something new. Having said that, I've only heard Phil's lead vocals so don't have a clue how Sav, Viv and Rick will fare in that role. On the other hand, if Bon Jovi's last few albums had shared the vocals out I'd have loved it!
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13 days ago
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Britishguy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Say Original Guns & Roses is #1 , then say > Motley Crue > then you have Quiet > Riot,Dokken,Winger,LAGuns,Ratt,Cinderella > WhiteLion,Love/HAte. Is Skid Row on the bottom? > Will Tony Harnell get rich from joining Skid Row Assuming Motley Crue are two and Quiet Riot and the rest
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13 days ago
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kidego71 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- >(Johnny was in > longer than Bitch boy Bach btw.) And yet, Bach recorded two classic albums with them. Which, according to my calculations, is roughly two more than Solinger.
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13 days ago
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Captain Can Man Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > > Actually, I think at least half of the people are > going to see the current Queen line up BECAUSE of > Adam Lambert. Yeah, I see where you're coming from, but I'm talking more about the UK. If he weren't fronting Queen there wouldn't be much interest in him over here.
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14 days ago
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Or rather, is it the band or the songs? I was thinking about this in relation to Lynyrd Skynyrd and other acts. Only Gary Rossington is left from the band that recorded all their classics, and yet they still pack out venues across the globe. Okay, so they've recorded some strong records, have great musicians in the group and Johnny has been embraced due to his lineage. But it's almost lik
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14 days ago
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Their reaction is priceless! LINK
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18 days ago
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Bogart's finest performance.
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18 days ago
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Scream for me Darren!!! Oh hang on, wrong group.
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20 days ago
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People won't be happy about more postponed shows. In fact:
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20 days ago
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Classic Sammy: LINK
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20 days ago
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I have 15. None Costner related!
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21 days ago
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Nearly fooled me: OVERLAND - THE YEAR ZERO Thought I'd found a bargain too!
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