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10 days ago
RAMSAY
It's not one of the strongest songs on the record, but it works very well within the context of the whole album and helps it flow nicely.
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10 days ago
RAMSAY
Actually, there's one big reason they went for Adam over JSS and Marc: publicity. They need a known name to boost their profile and play to the biggest crowds possible, and Adam has apparently reignited interest in the band over in the USA. It's understandable, but I'd rather it was JSS myself.
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10 days ago
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Addyeddy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > No soul??? Really?? the guy exuded pure joy from > the stage, if that isn't soul, I don't know what > is! There's a difference between exuding joy and having a soulful voice that's full of the requisite emotion to make songs meaningful.
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11 days ago
RAMSAY
Totally agree Mick.
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11 days ago
RAMSAY
So that explains the production problems. Now what about the shit songs?
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11 days ago
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Mario Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Interesting statement. Why should we be ashamed? > For what? Most of the promo videos your artists make?
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11 days ago
RAMSAY
Agreed MCFC. For me he's typical of modern day theatrical singers - technically flawless but with zero soul and character. I watched the concert on the BBC at Xmas and it was painful, particularly on the rock songs. Made me glad I didn't pay a ridiculous amount to see this high class karaoke. But if others enjoy it that's cool, just doesn't do it for me I'm afraid.
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12 days ago
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I have a promo copy of the album and have been truly blown away by it. There's a wonderful mix of classic metal sensibilities, but with a fresh, modern twist. I hear echoes of Metallica, Maiden and quite a bit of Dream Theater - in terms of sounds, rather than it being progressive. Although, a track called End Of Days is nearly nine minutes and absolutely stunning! I'd actually say that if Me
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12 days ago
RAMSAY
Many happy returns old man ;-)
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15 days ago
RAMSAY
It doesn't sound good, but I'd still like to hear what Chris has to say as I have a feeling the split might actually be down to a notoriously difficult third party.
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16 days ago
RAMSAY
D'oh!!!!!
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16 days ago
RAMSAY
And what about dickhead of the year? The whole site went downhill when you stopped that particular award ;-))
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16 days ago
RAMSAY
Yep - Playboy ;-)
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16 days ago
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daldiggler Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > agree, everyone has off days.
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16 days ago
RAMSAY
LOL - Great post!
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16 days ago
RAMSAY
Not to be too smug - but I've had a promo copy of the album (and interviewed Luke yesterday - which was a hell of a crazy entertaining experience!!) for three days and it's absolutely outstanding. I'm tempted to use the word masterpiece - but it's early days. Oh, to hell with smugness - I HAVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :-))))))
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17 days ago
RAMSAY
Studio magic dust, maybe....
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17 days ago
RAMSAY
Colour me stunned: Not Bonamassa's Fault This Time
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19 days ago
RAMSAY
It's actually quite a funny quote when you take it literally - almost like a suicide note.
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19 days ago
RAMSAY
Wow - Cheers for that. I think a man would have to be seriously, seriously, seriously gay not to be aroused by Stevie performing that song back in the day. Now, where's me lotion.....
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21 days ago
RAMSAY
I haven't seen them live yet Carl, but have a ticket for Manchester in March so am looking forward to seeing just how good the other guys are. If I can take my eyes of the main attraction(s)...;-)
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21 days ago
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Lzzy is such a strong presence in that band that I often wonder just how talented the other guys are and how much they're riding on the back of her outstanding ability.
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21 days ago
RAMSAY
APOCALYPTIC
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21 days ago
RAMSAY
Back with the same band that made Bridge The Gap, which means Doogie White on vocals and not Michael Voss. Thank God. Michael Schenker - Vigilante
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23 days ago
RAMSAY
Sebastian Bach on Slave To The Grind
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25 days ago
RAMSAY
Kevin Smith's career almost did.....
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26 days ago
RAMSAY
I like it, but I miss the 'American Bad Ass' attitude of Devil Without A Cause and, in particular, Cocky.
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26 days ago
RAMSAY
With all your lotion, I'm guessing that PC chair must be pretty damn slippy!!
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4 weeks ago
RAMSAY
This one time, at band camp, Can Man stuck a trombone up his ass. It didn't even scrape the sides, as he'd widened it out by talking it through it for decades....
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