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12 days ago
RAMSAY
After the dreadful 'New Horizons' this is their best record yet and a very nice surprise imho. Great grooves, huge hooks and some cracking melodies to boot.
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13 days ago
RAMSAY
Totally agree. I've nothing more to add!
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13 days ago
RAMSAY
Ydde Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ramsay, using google is tantamount to being on > facebook
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13 days ago
RAMSAY
Ydde Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > you've never bought a Rock Candy reissue? Or heard of a thing called Google?
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13 days ago
RAMSAY
Yeah - I could have said that reference too Terry - but the source for both is Chuck!
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14 days ago
RAMSAY
I think all the Zeppelin, Blind Faith etc references are very appropriate because a lot of the lyrics are looking back at their younger years and the impact that rock music had on their lives (while The Prophet goes on an all out nasty attack against certain 'talent' spotting TV shows!!). You also have the closing track which sounds like Chuck Berry on steroids, and Serpentine is lyrically and m
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14 days ago
RAMSAY
Yeah I got a promo of it late last week and, even though I've only listened once so far, I can tell that people are going to love this album!
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14 days ago
RAMSAY
+1.
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14 days ago
RAMSAY
To me Black Water sounds like a smokey jazz club reworking of River Of Pain, recorded for a 50s style film noir! And I agree with everything the OP said, except I'd say it's their best since Behind Closed Doors as I love that one.
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15 days ago
RAMSAY
Just listening to Ryan Star's 11:59 for the first time in a while and that definitely qualifies for me.
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15 days ago
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KAYAKER Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Wow - and so? If you want a CD I think that is a > ok price ie: not a cheap bargain basement CD. If I > like and want a particular CD I wouldn't hesitate > paying that. If I am not sure on a CD then maybe > not. > > Decision should be made on the need for the CD not > just the price. Ag
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15 days ago
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nordenlight24 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I sent that link in the original post. Compared > to the $40 price that the poster mentioned, $16 is > quite a deal. I'd miss out on a ton of great > music if I never paid over $10. To each their > own... LOL - If all albums cost $10 or less I'd buy EVERYTHING!
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16 days ago
RAMSAY
Me 2. I refuse to pay over £10 for an album.
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16 days ago
RAMSAY
For anyone in the UK who is wondering, that works out at £16.08
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16 days ago
RAMSAY
You may want to scroll down.....
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16 days ago
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Scott Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What a stupid comment…WHY would they "boycot" > the USA.
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16 days ago
RAMSAY
Neal Morse Band - The Grand Experiment.
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17 days ago
RAMSAY
if you are having sleepless nights anticipating the forthcoming whitesnake ........ Take a couple of Mogadon.
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17 days ago
RAMSAY
Isn't it great when a band suddenly clicks? I've had that before and found myself scratching my head wondering how it took so long. I guess it sums up how music sometimes needs to be experienced at the right time and place to make an impact.
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18 days ago
RAMSAY
Hmmm - good point. And who are Saints Revolution? Another generic project no doubt ;-))
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18 days ago
RAMSAY
It couldn't be more of a Journey album if it was released by Journey with the title 'This is the most Journey sounding album Journey have ever recorded'!
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18 days ago
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Marketing tools don't have to be employed to appeal to a mass audience. They know what style of music they have, they know who it will appeal to, and having those two on the record is just another way of promoting and selling the product to their intended audience.
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18 days ago
RAMSAY
Fair enough - to each his own :-)
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18 days ago
RAMSAY
Yeah - I love the original version of that song, but Revolution Saints take is a virtual note for note recreation, apart from a longer solo from Aldrich. Not a patch on the original imo and very unnecessary. It also doesn't help them develop their own identity by having Arnel and Schon on the record. It just seems like a calculated marketing tool.
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18 days ago
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I'm afraid I have to disagree - a very generic project release and a waste of all the talent involved. Sure, they execute the songs well and there are some good cuts, but once I'd listened a few times it was a case of 'meh..I've heard it all before and a lot more authentic than this.' I mean, why sound EXACTLY like Journey? Why not get the guys writing together to develop a sound of their
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19 days ago
RAMSAY
LINK
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19 days ago
RAMSAY
Bought mine for Manchester already!
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19 days ago
RAMSAY
Ha ha - yeah, I knew that was familiar but couldn't place it! They're certainly tapping into their youth a lot on the album's lyrics, so have obviously made the music to fit the message.
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