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21 days ago
rattman
doncherry Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > years ago we went to see shy in a basement of a > club in manchester ,the promoter had not done > their job so there were only 9 people in the > crowd.strange gig but to their credit they did a > full show ,any one else been to something like > this . Was that at the International I? I saw Shy
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29 days ago
rattman
Yes, I remember him being in DLR's band and also he was in 9.0 who released the album "Too Far Gone" around 1990 on Shrapnel. He was also in Medicine Wheel with Marc Ferrari in the early '90s.
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29 days ago
rattman
Cockroach Danger Danger Four The Hard Way The Return Of The Great Gildersleeves Dawn Screw It Revolve Rare Cuts Cockroach is such a great album, both versions, although I do prefer the running order on Ted's version. Closely followed by the debut, a classic. Regarding the OP's point about Screw It and why some fans weren't as fond of it. Apart from some dodgy lyrics, I do lik
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7 weeks ago
rattman
forestred Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I think that they visited Nottingham the after the > London gig, signing session at Way Ahead records & > a gig at Rock City. > Apparently the TV show Raw Power showed some of > the UK tour, would love to see that footage as > this was a year before i finally bought Screw It! > and became m
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8 weeks ago
rattman
Yeah, Danger Danger was pretty full. I think Bang Tango was well attended too. Pretty sure it was Tuff & XYZ that had poor ticket sales. I remember having tickets for Cry Wolf (and Valentine maybe?) but those got pulled.
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8 weeks ago
rattman
Thanks for posting the pictures, great to see those. I was there too (and at the signing at Shades). Great day, fantastic show.
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2 months ago
rattman
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5qWnG5RQTk Last few albums have been patchy imo and this doesn't fill me with much confidence for the new one.
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5 months ago
rattman
This looks like the show that was streamed on Yahoo earlier this year from the House Of Blues? Excellent show, well worth picking up.
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6 months ago
rattman
I, like you have been selling on ebay for a long time and have only ever had one problem. It was a few years ago now and I can't remember the details to be honest but the guy was totally unreasonable and even after I'd bent over backwards to accommodate him, he still left me negative feedback. I contacted ebay and initially they refused to remove the feedback, even though they could obviously
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6 months ago
rattman
AC/DC - Powerage, If You Want Blood, Highway To Hell, Back In Black Marillion - Script For A Jester's Tear, Fugazi, Misplaced Childhood, Clutching At Straws I'd probably have the first 4 Jovi albums in there too. I know 7800 is much maligned but I always loved it. Oh, and the first 4 Maiden albums too. And if you're looking for more than a 4 album run, I'd go for Rush (2112 up to Power
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6 months ago
rattman
rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Screw It has more than a few contenders. Absolutely. Monkey Business & Get Your Shit Together immediately spring to mind.
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6 months ago
rattman
Journey's "Back Talk" from Frontiers. Leave off "Ask The Lonely" & "Only The Young" and replace them with this clunker. I mean seriously, what.the.fuck.
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7 months ago
rattman
Kevin Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > what's on that list of demos? Inquiring minds > want to know! > Kevin The Fire Makes Steel tracklist is as follows :- 01 Someone Else's Sleepless Night 02 One Step Ahead Of The Flame 03 No Boundaries 04 Strip For Me 05 Innocence Of Love 06 That's What It Feels Like To Fall In Love 07 Reb
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7 months ago
rattman
Absolutely great. Would have loved to have seen that tour - fantastic setlist. That clip is from the Beacon Theatre on 9th November 1994. The whole show is out there in trading circles and is pretty good quality for a 20-odd year old bootleg.
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7 months ago
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rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Thanks! > > I'm now understanding the less than stellar > feedback. That song is a solid filler track (IMHO, > of course). Very mediocre, by the numbers plodding > acousti-rock that Danny is so fond of. As well as > the camera, obviously. ^This^ The vocals are excellent as always and it ha
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7 months ago
rattman
Excellent vids. I just watched the Heart What About Love video on your channel from the Apollo - what a voice!
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7 months ago
rattman
danrox Wrote: > > yes, it's overkill. nothing original anymore. > Netflix makes better shows-Daredevil series simply > amazing. Agree. Strangely, I'm generally not a fan of super hero movies but Daredevil has been really good.
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9 months ago
rattman
Badlands was originally on their third album (their first with Howe), Blessing In Disguise.
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1 year ago
rattman
The odd time I've had a problem playing a CD on my actual CD player, I've managed to successfully rip the CD onto my PC. I've found the CD/DVD burners in a PC seem to show more resolve than a standard CD player when encountering a problem.
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1 year ago
rattman
RAMSAY Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It's all about who possesses the biggest draw to > help fill the venue. Buckcherry and Bowling For > Soup, whether you like them or not, are much > better known than the bands you mentioned, in > Britain at least. Yep, that's basically it. There's no way Steel Panther could have a go at those venues w
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1 year ago
rattman
I've never done it, but is there no way you can hook up your DVR machine to your PC and save the files to your PC's hard drive? As Carl says, they're both on Youtube and could quite easily be ripped off there although it looks like they're both in 360p so the quality won't be great when viewed on a TV. Everything that aired from the festival was shared in DVD format on one of the torrent
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1 year ago
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Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Had to do a double take when I say your post > rocknut, glad to see you back . Haha, ditto! Welcome back mate. Yep, that Who song is great. Was never a big fan of theirs but I went to see them around 10 years ago and they were fantastic.
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1 year ago
rattman
What about this guy, all Green Day'd up :o) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DNPto4GFwx4
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1 year ago
rattman
garyt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > They've been substandard since New Jersey. I respectfully disagree. Just because it doesn't sound like New Jersey doesn't mean it's shit, which unfortunately seems to be the way a lot of people on here measure their output.
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1 year ago
rattman
AC/DC - If You Want Blood You've Got It Whitesnake - Live...In The Heart Of The City Rush - All The World's A Stage Rainbow - On Stage Genesis - Seconds Out *An honorary mention goes to Ozzy's Bark At The Moon show in Salt Lake City 1984 that was released on VHS - awesome show with Jake at his best. Oh, and if any of Springsteen's famous '78 radio broadcasts got released, they'd be up
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1 year ago
rattman
Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > A bit like Steve Walsh in Kansas. Maybe Mick Jones > needs to retire, too? Then we could pobably have a > great new Foreigner with a new album? When Mick Jones retires, surely the Foreigner name will be retired with him.
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1 year ago
rattman
Peter M. Bietenholz Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What on earth is Kelly wearing? His pj's? Haha. Even for the '80s, it's fucking special.
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1 year ago
rattman
It was only ever released on VHS and Laserdisc. It'd be great to get an official release on DVD as it's a great show. There is an excellent transfer onto DVD from the LD out there that's well worth tracking down.
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1 year ago
rattman
I haven't seen them live since back in the '80s but I've seen a few live DVD's and watched quite a bit of stuff on Youtube and there's something just not quite right going on there, his voice is just a little bit too good, too perfect. Other people I know who have seen them have said the same.
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1 year ago
rattman
Oddly enough, no it doesn't. It says it was engineered by Nick Brophy and gives special thanks to Michael Vail Blum for lending his expertise during the mixing of the record.
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