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Thanks for the updates, guys. One of my favorite all time singer, like everything he sang on.
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3 days ago
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WE START WARS- The Animal Inside https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-0brh0DuJY I like Nita Strauss and what she did with the wonderful The Iron Maidens long beore she joined Alice Cooper, but this is a little bit too modern für me... I'm afraid... (maybe people who disliked Rock Goddess would enjoy this more...?) Song is ok, I like the lead singer, but just putting some Nu Agrro Metal ri
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4 days ago
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( check on the front page: not there, so ok - I post it here:) After....30 (!!!) years, (neglecting the 1994 short-lived reunion which wasnt one) please would you welcome the return of Jody and Julie Turner and Tracey Lamb= ROCK GODDESS: It's more than Rock'n'Roll ( from the upcoming EP) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbE4H8_vyuU A bit dark but somehow cool, only one female fan bang
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4 days ago
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1. Pyromania 2. High 'n' Dry 3. Hysteria 4. On Through The Night 5. Adrenalize 6. Songs From The Sparkle Lounge 7. Slang 8. Euphoria 9. X 10.Yeah I am leaving out the Retroactive album (collection of b-sides and 'demos') and the "Def Leppard" album, which I do not know too much to rank. PS: Marco, you gotta be kiddin' to leave out High'n'dry?!?
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5 days ago
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Lots of rumours flying around that this (upcoming) album might be the old "Recorded delivery" songs pimped up but that ain't true, these are 'new' songs!
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5 days ago
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For those (besides OzzMosis and me...) who are interested, the posthumous album of Rick Parfitt, (his very first solo album actually) will be released this summer, in June! 9 or 10 tracks (read info below) - full guitar and vocals were completed by Rick Parfitt before his death. The album was finished by Rick Parfitt junior in Hamburg in Februar and March and produced by Eike Freese, who h
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18 days ago
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Here you go: "Kill and kill again" - a song from the 1984 (!) selftitled album with footage from Keep it true 18 here in Germany, mixed by Chris Tsangaridis and not cheap filmaking in the story around. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkmDk4FdTMc (PS: Ha, wish did would came out 33 years ago, would have set Leatherwolf on a better course...?)
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20 days ago
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Act Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > if we only concentrate on singers that are nearly > 70 years old. Then I want to add: David Surkamp (Pavlov's Dog) - he is almost 70 and I don't know how is still singing those very high notes!!! ============================ Jack Blades Dave Meniketti +1 Kip Winger + 1 And I want to add: Lee Aa
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22 days ago
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Rest in Peace, thank you for the greatness you did with Savatage and Trans-Siberian Orchestra, that so many people enjoy.
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27 days ago
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Great fotos of the collection, Ken! ( I wonder how your "Hysteria" collection looks like... ;-) Got the 'Deluxe edition' of it, see second foto top left, that came out 2009 and played that only a couple times and for the imho interesting 2nd CD with the live cuts from Germany.(That were - very - small shows back then for Def Leppard and it was very hard to get tickets, I tried for
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27 days ago
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Hey Touch1980: Thanks a lot, yes that was actually the video I should have posted! Awesome! How cool of Kerry Livgren to join them!!
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28 days ago
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Lzzy Hale meets Joan Jett at a gig of The Donnas! :-) Not bad, sometimes you don't need 3 minutes and all is done! ;-)
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28 days ago
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Prefering this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EFQpynbfpr8 - really one of the better cover versions by Rachel Rachel, unfortunately very unknown.
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4 weeks ago
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No reason given .... ?!? :-( Back comes Glynn Morgan, who was with them 1994 - 1996 and on the "Psychedelicatessen" CD... I am a fan of Threshold, but that is one more line-up change too much... ?!?
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4 weeks ago
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+ Armored Saint opening for Scorpions - here in Germany (around 1991-92?)
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4 weeks ago
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Too many to remember... A few I can: Exciter opening for Accept (1985?) with a very good Accept back then, too! Loudness opening for Saxon (that was around the either Rock the Nation or Destiny tour and even being a Saxon fan, that was their not so good period and Loudness were on fire!) Rob Rock opening for Axel Rudi Pell (and some years later again : Rob Rock opening for Masterpl
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4 weeks ago
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http://www.viagogo.de/Konzert-Tickets/Hard-Rock-Metal/Metallica-Karten Hahaha!
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6 weeks ago
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Rest in peace. Will play the old stuff tonight to remember him, Leonard and Phil.
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6 weeks ago
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Cassette: C 60 Side 1: Balance of Power - I wish you were here (Album: Heathen Machine) Kamelot - This pain (Album: The Black Halo) Jon Oliva's Pain - Father, Son, Holy Ghost (Album: Tage Mahal) Barren Cross - Heaven or nothing (Album: Atomic Arena) Riot - Knockin at my door (Album: Army of one) Keel - Hit the ground runnin' (Album: Streets of Rock'n'Roll) Side 2: Indica - Sciss
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6 weeks ago
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Typically Rolling Stone: Not knowing the facts about the band NELSON and their CDs they had released.
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7 weeks ago
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Walked out at a Disturbed show, too. They were headlining over Halestorm, Buckcherry and Papa Roach, which I enjoyed all three, but the constant 'wawawawawa'-belting: No! :-( Can't remember if I went home early on the Shinedown / Disturbed gig, too. They are only playing 70 minutes as a headliner anyway, which to me is ridiculuous!
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7 weeks ago
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Mine is very modest: Andy B. Franck from BRAINSTORM riding on the stage @ Bang Your Head on a ( Didnt know the English word.... ;-)
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7 weeks ago
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Correct answer! 'A hero's welcome for those who heed the call!' In that case for YOU @ the merch-booth from Ross and Rhino at the London show! ;-) :-) PS: I forgot opener ANCILOTTI from Italy were not bad and had some entertaining songs / metal parts in their set, but not knowing their material I found it a little dissonant at times (?)
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7 weeks ago
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We march from the hills Down to London Town.- Join Raise you hand-or hide When we ride for the crown. which song ??? No cheating!!!
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7 weeks ago
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with his (once again...) new lineup and it was a good show. Ross did 2 CDs with his (German) band and had praised these 3 guys very much when he was playing with them and had then after a break switched to a new singer, and now again to another, Marc Lopes (Meliah Rage), but the guy did a great job and having Rhino (Manowar, Holy Hell) and Mike Lepond (Symphony X, Heathens Rage) on board is a
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8 weeks ago
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Just read that DRIVE-founding member Rick Chavez (g./v.) died 25. February in Houston, Texas. (source: Rock Hard magazine, Germany) Rest in Peace To remember him I will play the awesome "Characters in time" album from 1988 again.
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2 months ago
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Since that happened (here) in Germany at a venue I have been a lot (Schleyerhalle Stuttgart) and to a stagehand (working for Disturbed / Avenged Sevenfold) I would like to express my condolences here - same way I did for Rick Parfitt or John Wetton. "As much as we praise the people on the stage the people behind deserve just as much love and respect. It takes a team to pull of a show and
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2 months ago
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Pro(motional) CDs in Music magazines, what do you do with them? a) throw them away without even listening b) listening to them (then throw away) c) keep them PS: As being a radio DJ for many years I stored them as I sometimes 'needed' some songs for my or requests needs, as I don't own every (original) CD I want and had played songs from the CDs in magazines occasionaly. So have ple
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2 months ago
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Just saw the thread about Martin Popoffs books and thought I may add this information about a book "The history of Noise Records" which will come out next month: (Cover by Michel „Away“ Langevin (VOIVOD) I am sure most (all?) of you over 30 will remember Noise Records from Germany? Guess I have about 50 LPs by them, most likely more, later CDs, look at their roster: Hellow
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2 months ago
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We won't tell that... ! :-) ;-) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3kQlzOi27M
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