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3 days ago
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Jukebox- Joan!!! ha ha ha, never heard that before... ( Didnt she release a album with old JUKEBOX R#R songs ? :-) I really liked "Little Liar" and "I Hate Myself for Loving You" ( just checked, she wrote both together with Desmond Child, so technically: a 1/2 yes!) "I love playing with fire" (I know it was an old RUNAWAYS Song was written by her) PS:
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5 days ago
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here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQ0j5_fnsPw Album out next Friday. I gotta say I like the song AND video! It rocks and has great harmonies. And I was happy the video has a "happy end" and the kids don't cut themselves more, it may sound emotional but I really was glad. Take care of your loved ones! ( especially if they don't know it yet!) Happy weekend everybody!
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5 days ago
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QUO Heads (like Ozzmosis) understand the thread title... Status Quo covering themselves...: ( A song from "Hello" from 1973!) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XcsL-JqVaTo from the Aquostic album (out in October) I like it. Opinions ?
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6 days ago
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Also big fan of the Song "Time of our lives" To your question: If the song "When Heaven Gets Dirty" would have been released by PINK, Britney Spears or Katy Perry (was that dumb*ss around in 2005), or some other marionette of the industry and not by a nowadays totally obscure Finish rock band called LAB, it could have been No.1 in the Billboard Single charts! Pop-Appea
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12 days ago
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Yes, can remember this band (it was the band Oliver Hartmann was in) Great singer! I would guess that CD is pretty rare these days! =================================================================== It's getting complicated with the band-name HEAT now, as there is even yet another new(-ish) Berlin band with the same name, who just had released their album this week: http://www.youtub
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12 days ago
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I enjoy the song, thanks. I would not rule that out in the end, Woody. She is associated with Alessandro del Vechio (who plays in 50 bands / projects) and she is just starting with that project, and hopefully he can arrange something ( = an opening slot for a Rock band ) The first show we saw in Milano of her with these songs was ok, obviously those session guys haven't played together,
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18 days ago
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@ Ross and Tony: I thought he was back home again ?
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19 days ago
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"Bangles" is the name of the venue, not so difficult to guess by looking at the poster => "Tickets at Ticketmaster and Bangles"...
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23 days ago
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I can confirm what Don said as far as Europe goes: in 1982/1983 Twisted Sisters image and appreciation was COMPLETELY (!) different than what it became later, even as early as 3 years only later. When TS played Donington in 1983 they were a hard Rock'n'Roll goes Metal band with "I am (I'me)" as a small hit. (not at all a "washed up glam band" people saw in them later)
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23 days ago
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I can confirm what Don said as far as Europe goes: in 1982/1983 Twisted Sisters image and appreciation was COMPLETELY (!) different than what it became later, even as early as 3 years only later. When TS played Donington in 1983 they were a hard Rock'n'Roll goes Metal band with "I am (I'me)" as a small hit. (not at all a "washed up glam band" people saw in them later)
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25 days ago
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dcj Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Does the image of a band ever affect your > judgement before you've heard the music? Not anymore, but sure has in the past! KISS is a perfect example for many bands as they say in interviews, than later Moetley Crue, wonderful described in the book "Fargo Rock City" by Chuck Kloserman, who knew the picture
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25 days ago
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Am I the only one wondering, why he cannot stay doing both bands (as Reb Beach obviously can do both, WINGER AND Whitesnake) Does Night Ranger do so much more touring? ( than Winger) Not too excited about the change again, yet another line-up in both bands (have forgotten how many people played in WS, about 40 or so, and not to interested anymore) but the last two NR shows I saw were spot
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4 weeks ago
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Saw them at Bang Your Head and it was great. Not so much playback as Within Temptation so I would prefer them.
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4 weeks ago
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Congratulations from Germany! May your marriage last long! Here's a celebration "bells" song: Hells belles (female AC/DC cover band) with... : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rpfqd4Br3uU
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4 weeks ago
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I know I am late to the party... about 28 years (!) actually, but just bought the CD last month (!), release on Wounded Bird from 2010, as I could remember a rave review in Kerrang! at the time, 1986. If you are talking about the album on Elektra with the guys jumping from the buiding? Can you give the link to their page, please ?
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5 weeks ago
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THE FRONT ( one album only, on CBS even - played Monsters Of Rock 1990 in Germany, were totally out of place, played after COLD SWEAT and before VIXE; yes I looked it up, even if I was there, can remember CS and VIXEN, not them.. probably more like The Doors meets any of the bands from THAT SOUND mentioned, but not bad listening to the LP 24 years later: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nT
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5 weeks ago
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5 weeks ago
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Ok, Ace, to finish this up: "When will you return to the comet?" Save this for the last question and I am sure you got a pretty humourous response!
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5 weeks ago
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Personal manager: Rihanna, really wanna go back to your criminal 'wifebeater' boyfriend, who has hurt you so bad ? Rihanna: Yes I know, but I still love him so much, y'know. Personal manager: Hey, Rihanna, do you know KROKUS? Rihanna: Sure, its those lovely flowers, right? Personal manager: er.. yea, kind of.. hey, wanna wear this nice shirt tonight at the show, darling? Rihann
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5 weeks ago
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Well done, Mr. Frampton, thank you. I am with Doug Wolfgang and Machinehead here: These cell phone I_diots have to be stopped: TOTAL BAN of IPhones @ shows! This is the reason I said last year, thats it, I've seen Iron Maiden 15 times now and this is the LAST concert of them I have witnessed, cos when 1/4 of their audience only is concerned in filming and pictures AND THEN OF COURSE ITS NOT
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5 weeks ago
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Full stream from SKID ROW here: https://soundcloud.com/megaforcerecords/01-we-are-the-damned/s-lRPzM Basically I like all seven songs here! "Catch your fall" is a great track. "Damnation army" should be a live killer at shows! "Sheer heart attack" cover is an unusual great choice from the early QUEEN days. Same goes for "Rats in the cellar" (Aeros
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6 weeks ago
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Status Quo had to cancel several shows as Rick Parfitt was ill and had to be flown back from Croatia by a private jet to Britain. For people not knowing the man has a quadruple heart bypass since 1997. http://www.express.co.uk/news/showbiz/495464/Status-Quo-guitarist-Rick-Parfitt-flown-back-to-Britain-after-health-scare Remarkable, his son (also Rick) says: ""He has to stop th
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6 weeks ago
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As I couldnt remember as it was like I said about 5 months back, here you go, from the offical Heart website: "Heart Announces “ROCKIN HEAVEN - CANADA TOUR 2014” with special guest Jason Bonham Vancouver, BC ~ Paul Mercs Concerts is proud to present the following Canadian concert dates for 2013 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees, Heart. Heart will be bringing their repertoire
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6 weeks ago
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Currently doing quite good in Germany is a very young band called BLUES PILLS, 4 people from France (guitar), Sweden (singer and bassist) and US (drums) together, after 2 EPS their album out just last week went to No.4 here (I know that doesnt mean sh*t these days) but excellent reviews, great songs and outstanding singer imho and no occultism bullsh*t. One of the best in the Retro-Rock movement
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6 weeks ago
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@ Warrior23: Not to correct, you but that tour was announced about 6 months ago from Heart officially. I know it as I was about to do a HEART interview and wrote a news piece about their Led Zeppelin Cover of "Stairway to heaven" ( 13 mio clicks...) and had my questions ready and checked their homepage, I guess that was in February. As they are very Led Zep influeced I guess thats as cl
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6 weeks ago
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EVERYBODY in the world knows the version of Pat Benatar which was released in 1983 - funny enough on the Live-Album "Live from earth" as a studio track! Not a lot of people know that before that Chris Norman released the song as well as a single a couple weeks before even in 1983. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l174sBcP80M ( Not on yt- but here similar to Hollys version from 1
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6 weeks ago
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Thanks, Ken thats how good I remember them from the 2 gigs of them I saw this year (in Italy and @ Bang Your Head) and both times they had the best sound as they always fine-tune sound check themselves before the show! As a funny side note I just saw the post from the same song "Loud'n Clear" from 1985 (!) in Lancaster and that was cool, too to watch the band 29 years ago being equa
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6 weeks ago
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AVANTASIA feat. Michael Kiske, Eric Martin, Bob Catley, Ronnie Atkins as guest-singers. Excellent show from yesterday, has been broadcasted live in 52 countries: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HsNYWFX8ig Always amazing me: Oliver Hartmann! What do you think, can Ronnie sing Jorns parts? I hope some people find joy in this, I guess a few (or a lot?) of you have watched this last
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6 weeks ago
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Here you go: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHK1gC6_9kQ "I'm pretty sure David Hasselhoff comes from Germany!" !!! :-) ;-) "playing infront of 300.000 people!!!" ha, ha, ha! Including 20 "slutty bitches" with their tits out on stage...
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6 weeks ago
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It says for me (in Germany) + 4,70 Pounds postage, so I am out. PS: Was THAT the cover you guys in the UK had for the first TRIXTER LP ?!? ( I have never seen this before! What was wrong with the "comic" cover... ?!? ;-) :-)
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