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17 days ago
Don
LOL, Peter.
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18 days ago
Don
Dave Tedder Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hoping to do the PET HATE releases, as well. > We'll see what happens. ...Okay, it's official, you and Tony are my heroes!!! :-)
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18 days ago
Don
totobob Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Jack I really didn't want to post other than to > offer my sympathies. Time and a place etc. I had > to respond to commend your post however. It's the > most reasoned, well balanced o/t ever posted on > this board. Well done sir and I just wondered if > you had ever considered entering politics yours
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18 days ago
Don
Rkbluez Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Cool releases but they need to get them available > on Amazon and other big sellers like Importcds to > pick up more sales. ...Agreed! Almost missed this, and I'm super stoked about the Alistair Terry album. REALLY hoping that the Pet Hate album(s) will follow.
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19 days ago
Don
Harem Scarem for me. If we're naming more than one, it'd be followed by One Desire, Tokyo Motor Fist, and Brother Firetribe. Favorite album that I've discovered this year, though, is probably Threshold's "Subsurface" from way back in 2004.
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20 days ago
Don
Robert Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > RIP > This one hurts for me. One of my very first > musical loves. > From the debut to DTT to Wildflowers and > everything in between. > TP music is engrained in my very fabric. > > No words. +1. Huge fan from the first time I heard him.
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21 days ago
Don
Well, it's probably still a little early for me to choose favorite tracks, but the album kicks off with a pretty strong 1-2 punch. Album opener, "Mission Profile" ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GaxkZdAEUXU Second track, "Ground Control" ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mjrm86713_Y Let me know what you think of these. Cheers, Don
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22 days ago
Don
I'm a nube when it comes to this band, but I would definitely have to agree with Lynchomaniac, Terry. Based on what I've heard, you won't truly get a sense of what this band is really about by just listening to bits and pieces. That works for me for most bands, but, at best, it will give you a very general, overall sense of what to expect on an album like Subsurface. It's what happened with me
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22 days ago
Don
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Checked samples... ummm-- not quite there for me. > T ...Which one, T-Man? Dead Reckoning or Subsurface?
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23 days ago
Don
Irwin m fletcher Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I did actually lol at Aussie Dave > reply.... +1 (and Rondo's as well)
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23 days ago
Don
September has brought with it the beginning of another school year, complete with all the lesson prep, unit planning, meetings, endless marking, etc. that go along with every school year. Another volleyball coaching season has begun as well and my hockey season started last night. The bottom line is that I'm really not finding a whole lot of time to visit this site and read the always interesti
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5 weeks ago
Don
For me, "Metal Will Stand Tall" is head and shoulders above the rest. However, that's probably due in part to the fact that I've played it much more than the other albums. I may remedy that this weekend. Cheers, Don
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7 weeks ago
Don
danrox Wrote: > great that u pointed out what "ur" hearing..as > apposed to what i'm hearing with my ears. I was under the impression that's what we did on this board - compared thoughts, ideas, opinions, takes, etc. on what we were hearing. No????
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7 weeks ago
Don
Could be, I guess. Maybe that explains how I managed to stumble across it.
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7 weeks ago
Don
LOVE the band, but I'm not holding my breath. Their first three albums are essential listening for any fan of '80s AOR, IMHO.
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7 weeks ago
Don
Yeah, I have the LP and now I actually have it on CD as well. I think one of the things that appealed to me about them was that you could somehow tell that they were a foreign band. The album represented their own slant on a style of music was primarily being produced in the UK and North America (I say "primarily" because, obviously, there were other exceptions such as Germany, Sweden
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7 weeks ago
Don
No worries. Incidentally, here's a track that rocked my world in the hugest of ways when I was 15 or 16. Yugoslavian band....not really sure how I stumbled upon them back in the day. I especially used to love the intro where he shrieks the title of the song. Funny, the things that used to impress us, eh? Light it Up... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gg0J31h2jFo
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7 weeks ago
Don
Ross S. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Wow. That is absolutely . . . awful. Dreadful. ...Yeah, the "1, 2, 3, 4.." song doesn't do anything for me either (sorry, Kauna!). It's stuff like this from their catalogue that I find more impressive. Not groundbreaking or anything - just good '80s metal... Make Me... https://www.youtube.com/watc
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7 weeks ago
Don
Darren In Florida Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You would think a band called Rail would have a > lot of good tracks ...LOL, happy Friday!
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7 weeks ago
Don
Yeah, I knew someone mentioned them last week. It was an immediate purchase upon listening. Good stuff!
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7 weeks ago
Don
matt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > All his albums sound the same to me. ...Wow, really? I am definitely not what I'd consider an expert on JSS, but from what I have heard, I'd say that he's way more diverse than a lot of artists. From his solo stuff to his stuff with Malmsteen, from Talisman to W.E.T., from his Axel Rudi Pell stuff to SOTO, there's a
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7 weeks ago
Don
I used to tune in to KISW ("Seattle's Best Rock") regularly on Sunday nights to listen to a program called "Metal Shop." It was the first place I ever heard Queensryche, Dio, Baron Rojo, Riot, Metal Church, and a host of others. This is also where I first heard Rail. I honestly can't even remember which of the band's songs they used to play on the program (the one you've li
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7 weeks ago
Don
Walk In The Shadows Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Your first thought was mine too. But then... ...superb. Thanks for sharing.
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8 weeks ago
Don
Great track. Thanks for sharing!
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8 weeks ago
Don
It works. Thanks, Terry.
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8 weeks ago
Don
Hey Terry, when I clicked on the link, it says "This video is not available." Do you know if sound samples are available anywhere else? I couldn't find 'em on iTunes here in Canada either.
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8 weeks ago
Don
Thanks! I'll check it out.
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8 weeks ago
Don
Never heard "Bastards," but I love my Saigon Kick heavy, light, whatever...just so long as it's melodic. Favorite track from "Water" is Fields of Rape. Is "Bastards" a little on the lighter side?
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8 weeks ago
Don
Melodic Music Fan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > I have to agree with Don here, ...Careful....You don't want to make a habit of this, lol.
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2 months ago
Don
Fascinating read. Bizarre - I found myself laughing out loud at times, and yet the whole time feeling utterly crushed at the guy's horrible misfortune. Sadly, I'm sure there have been hundreds of other artists who have similar stories.
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