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28 days 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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29 days ago
rattman
What about this guy, all Green Day'd up :o) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DNPto4GFwx4
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3 months 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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4 months 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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6 months 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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6 months 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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6 months 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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6 months 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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6 months 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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6 months ago
rattman
No problem. And yes, Mark Hollis is a genius.
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6 months ago
rattman
01 The Man Is Me (Rob Lamothe/Nick Brophy) 02 To Let Go (Rob Lamothe/Nick Brophy/Ronny Jones) 03 Shadow Of You (Nick Brophy/Rob Lamothe) 04 Same Skin (Rob Lamothe/Ronny Jones) 05 Brave Enough (Rob Lamothe/Michael Dan Ehmig) 06 Revolution Man (Rob Lamothe/Michael Dan Ehmig) 07 Two Birds (Rob Lamothe/Ronny Jones) 08 Devil (Rob Lamothe/Nick Brophy) 09 Get Out Of My Mind (Rob Lamothe/
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6 months ago
rattman
For those who used to read Kerrang, I've gone for the K rating. - Bon Jovi KKKK¾ - 7800° Fahrenheit KKKK½ - Slippery When Wet KKKKK - New Jersey KKKK½ - Keep The Faith KKKK - These Days KKKK½ - Crush KKK - Bounce KK½ - Have A Nice Day KKKK - Lost Highway ? Never heard it - The Circle KKKK - What About Now KKK½
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6 months ago
rattman
Yeah, I like the sound of this. I thought "Saturday Night..." sounded pretty good and this is even better. No semen or tears yet but looking forward to the album.
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7 months ago
rattman
danrox Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > what do they have to do with "melodic rock?" > please advise. You should give 1999's "Blue" a listen. Full of great songs and as Mike says, they're melodic and they rock - just not in an '80s, big hair kinda way. Or is that not allowed?
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7 months ago
rattman
I watched the Yahoo webcast from Orlando last week and thought it was really good. Like the new song and will definitely pick up the new album. Was disappointed with the last album (Ursa Major), so hopefully this will be a return to form.
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7 months ago
rattman
alliedforces Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Sorry but to me there both vanhalen with dave & > sammy...Eddie is a total FUC***G ASS***E. Its true > that he dont listen to music because if he did he > would sh*t over the double live album they just > released. vanroth is over and done so someone turn > out the light please....... In
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7 months ago
rattman
alliedforces Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Enough is Enough about vanhalen..their over... But they're not over at all. They're starting a US tour next month.
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8 months ago
rattman
kersey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The drums parts on the 1st two Cinderella records > were not played by the credited drummer i recall. > I don't know who played it. The drums on the Night Songs are played by Jody Cortez. I think he was in the band but left just prior to the album release and is credited on the sleeve. Denny Carmassi &
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9 months ago
rattman
PaulBonrud Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Definitely a great CD. I still love the song > "Forever Young". That song was written by a friend > of mine who was also the keyboardist in the band > Mariah. > > Paul Mariah - there's a name I've not heard in a long time! Played that album to death back in the day, first song was &q
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9 months ago
rattman
There's definitely a Foreigner episode but no VH or Sammy. Definitely worth getting hold of the excellent Ratt episode on DVD. I remember the Journey one being really good too.
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9 months ago
rattman
I don't think you're going to get the job - he recorded three solo albums.
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9 months ago
rattman
Steve_Roamer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Scott Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > You forget how good this guys were. Like a lot > of > > bands, some bad choices maybe of producer etc. > But > > listen to those layered / backing vocals. > Access > > All Areas is a lost ge
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9 months ago
rattman
Roblynott Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > British guy, > > a 3rd country? What show did they play outside > US/Canada and Japan? > > How did you like the UK tour? They played the Stone Music Festival in Australia April 2013 but yes, I take your point - where is our UK/European tour??
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9 months ago
rattman
Excellent news, been looking forward to seeing this. I think it's getting a DVD release over here later on this month. You say it's Part 1, any idea how many parts there will be and when they'll be released?
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10 months ago
rattman
Darren In Florida Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > 6 or 7 songs 3 solos a sword fight and a ribbon > twirl It was 12 songs.
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10 months ago
rattman
Y&T - Ten : Really good album, and a definite improvement over previous album Contagious. Doesn't touch the classics Earthshaker or Black Tiger though. Cheap Trick - Busted : I agree, first three tracks are really good - album's a bit patchy. Ratt - Detonator : Fucking great album - a definite return to form after being slightly disappointed with Dancing Undercover & Reach For The
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10 months ago
rattman
But it wasn't a disaster was it. It looks like the band are having a good time, as are the crowd. I thought it sounded pretty decent. The constant Van Halen hating on here over the last few days has gotten so fucking boring.
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11 months ago
rattman
Not a fan of re-recordings so won't be getting this. Been listening to Foreigner quite a bit this week but not once have I thought to play their re-records and it's the same with Journey - why would you want to listen to Arnel sing those songs when you can listen to Perry. Plus, it's not like Coverdale is going to improve these songs. His voice is obviously nowhere near what it was 40 years a
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11 months ago
rattman
I wouldn't say they are erasing the Hagar era, they are just not acknowledging it. And let's face it, they're not going to while Dave's in the band are they.
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11 months ago
rattman
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XlzWl795u0E Finally, this is getting a DVD release in April. Can't wait as this looks a great documentary.
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