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4 weeks ago
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maciej Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > JD Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > > Turns out a lot of his Sabbath claims weren't > > true. He basically auditioned for them. > > He didn't tour or release anything with Sabbath, > true, but he did far more than audition. He wrote > lyri
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5 weeks ago
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joe Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/eddie-money-tw > o-tickets-paradise-140445527.html Bummer...he was very talented, loved a lot of his music.
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5 weeks ago
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RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Before Iommi roped in Glenn Hughes to sing on > 'Seventh Star', Jeff Fenholt was the intended > vocalist. There are a handful of demo's available > on youtube. I remember seeing him doing the TV preacher thing where he talked about touring with Sabbath, etc. Turns out a lot of his Sabbath claims were
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8 weeks ago
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standing-hampton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Not Joking buddy > > Both are well known facts "Nearly" joined? I doubt it. Asked to audition? A more likely scenario. Assuming Phil joined Iron Maiden, how long do you think he would have lasted? "'ey mates! Got a great idea for a love song!" The next sound heard would have
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8 weeks ago
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standing-hampton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Quite a few musicians have nearly joined other > bands > > Phil Collen - Iron Maiden > Adrian Smith - Def Leppard That's a fucking joke. Phil Collen wouldn't have lasted 2 days in Iron Maiden. They would have tossed him as soon as he tried turning them into a Pop band. Adrian Smith -
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4 months ago
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hardwired Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > JD Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Troy Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > Rob has played with spotlights and strobes > for > > > over 40 years and he has a problem with
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4 months ago
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Troy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Rob has played with spotlights and strobes for > over 40 years and he has a problem with a > cellphone light now???? Yes, because Rob doesn't move around on stage like he used to. He plants himself in one spot and stares at a teleprompter for most of the show. I'm sure the cellphone light was in his eyes, interf
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4 months ago
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Julian H Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Just seen the video of Rob kicking the phone out > of the fan's hand,I love Rob and hate people doing > anything with a phone at a gig other than taking a > few quick pictures but I'm not sure I would be > very happy if it was my phone being smashed like > that? Someone should kick Halford's Tele
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4 months ago
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Darren In Florida Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Just seen the below video for the first time never > knowing one had been made ....any video you did > not discover until years after its release > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zHVW7Zy_vg
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5 months ago
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phil2 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I did notice Halford didn't say one word between > songs until about 40 minutes into the show. I > would guess he does this to save his voice but it > was very quiet between songs. Probably because no words appeared on the Teleprompter. I saw Priest in 2014 and initially couldn't figure out why Halford
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5 months ago
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timstar Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You have someone on this planet who looks like > Freddie and sounds like Freddie and you choose > someone else? Very strange. > A sound-alike is one thing, to have a physical Freddie clone would be morbid.
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5 months ago
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How many times can you repackage something and sell the same thing over and over?
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6 months ago
JD
In Jebus name!!
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6 months ago
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hardwired Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Laugahble to say Viv does ot deserve it- 27 Years > in the band?! Ridiculous! While I agree that Vivian deserves it, I can see why some people think he shouldn't. Sure, he's been in the band 27 years but he's more of a hired gun than someone who had anything to do with their success. Leppard today is basically
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6 months ago
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Sorry...but not surprised that Pete Willis didn't show up.
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7 months ago
JD
1) Guns-N-Roses back in the 80's. 2) Judas Priest with Ripper - I think they cancelled right after 9/11. 3) I guess I should add Kiss in late '70's. Technically I didn't have a ticket but was offered one and turned it down.
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7 months ago
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Ok, The Monkees were a TV show about a band but Peter Tork was still a musician and they had some good tunes. https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/peter-tork-of-the-monkees-dead-at-77-report-says
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7 months ago
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Saw Kiss last night in Dallas (ok, half Kiss) - I had a chance to see them in '77 but didn't go (still regret that.) I was surprised, I thought they put on a really good stage show, lots of pyro and lasers. As with most live bands, the bass was really loud and I found myself "following" it instead of the guitars like I usually do. I specifically looked for evidence of Paul lip-syn
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8 months ago
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Hopefully the original band will get back together and tour. They had a harder edge back then.
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8 months ago
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If it's true and a tribute to Malcolm, they could call it "We Salute You" as a way to say goodbye to both Malcolm and the fans. I hope Cliff is back as well. If they did tour, Brian may do a few shows but I don't see him doing the full tour. Then, Angus can go do something new with Axl, just don't call it AC/DC.
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9 months ago
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Irwin m fletcher Wrote: > Kind of agree with that but would be nice for a > final tour but with both Roth and Hagar with Mikey > back on bass. That would be the best way to go out. Have Roth & Hagar alternate songs, MA back on bass, do a couple years on the road and then end it.
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1 year ago
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Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Still In Black? Forever In Black? ;-) T Back in Black Ice?.... I know....MALCOLMAGE!! For the win!!
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1 year ago
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Addyeddy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Took delivery of this yesterday, and have played > it three times now.Definitely a vast improvement > over the original CD issue that I own from back in > the day, bit more bottom end, the top end > 'fizziness' has been tamed a little, and overall > there just seems more clarity. I got the SHM CD,
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1 year ago
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RAMSAY Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Back In Black II? > > I think there's more chance of me playing on the > album than them naming it that! Although a few > years ago I'd probably have said there's more > chance of me singing with them than Axl Rose, so > what do I know!! It was somewhat of a joke. I'm sure they can come up
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1 year ago
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RAMSAY Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > On the one hand, the fact they might have lots of > ideas in the bank isn't a surprise. But a source > from inside the camp? Everything I've heard in > the past suggests people in the band's inner > circle are fiercely tight lipped and give nothing > away. I guess time will tell.... I think smal
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1 year ago
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I saw Def Leppard and Journey in Dallas last night. Leppard opened the show (mistake.) The band sounded great, guitars, vocals, all were spot on. Leppard always sounds heavier live, the bass is much louder than the recordings. There were a few songs I didn't care for, Rocket, Man Enough, Let's get Rocked (most hated) and a cover song (Rock On). I would have liked to see them play Wings of an Ange
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1 year ago
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Brett5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > https://earofnewt.com/2018/08/07/ac-dc-blockbuster > -news-newts-rumour-proven-true-phil-rudd-is-in-van > couver-and-brian-johnson-too/ > > All I can say is......holy shit!!!! Wow...good news! Looking forward to see (hear) what happens. At the very least, it looks like we may get one more AC/DC alb
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1 year ago
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Brett5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Actually heavy sources on the AC/DC forums are > saying Brian and Cliff are back aswell.....Not > Axl. That would be great news. Would like to see Mutt Lange produce. One final killer album. Do you have a link to the forum?
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1 year ago
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RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Please NOT Phil Rudd! He's a complete psychopath - > surely Angus can't be THAT desperate??? Phil's the best drummer the band has ever had. If he returns, at least to record the album, and if they got Mark Evans back on bass, they could get away with calling the band AC/DC, in my opinion. I'd also like to
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1 year ago
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Just a rumor at this point but interesting if true. Maybe they can bring back Mark Evans on bass? https://www.alternativenation.net/acdc-rumored-recording-axl-rose-surprising-drummer/
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