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6 weeks ago
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jason the buc Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > with prostitutes this time!smh.AC/DC could have a > new song on their hands...Home Detention Blues! > > http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/acdc-drummer-phil > -rudd-arrested-again/ Well, there's no doubt now, that's the final nail in his coffin regarding any possible future with AC/DC.
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8 weeks ago
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adolfo Wrote: > And because a handful of assholes download music > for free and I spend hundreds of euros a month to > buy CDs and vinyls, I must pay 140 pounds for a > ticket. I think it's the other way around. Only a handful of people actually pay for their music, the majority downloads it for free.
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8 weeks ago
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totobob Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Now I know it's all about supply and demand > but £140 for a ticket !!! > In this day and age I think that's a ridiculous > amount to charge for a ticket Yeah! Especially with everyone "in this day and age" downloading music for free instead of paying for it, bands should just give up and p
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2 months ago
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Aussie Dave Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Why does Sammy always fight Michael Anthony's > battles? > why can't Mikey speak for himself? Because Michael Anthony has class and doesn't stoop to mud slinging. EVH has shown himself to be a douchebag every time he opens his mouth. He's a sad, pathetic fuck.
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2 months ago
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Vivian Campbell will be pulling out of the Leppard tour to undergo further cancer treatments. http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/def-leppard-guitarist-vivian-campbells-cancer-returns/ I've lost both parents to cancer and I can tell you that, in my opinion, the so called treatment killed them off long before the cancer would have. Common sense tells you that your immune system needs to be str
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3 months ago
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What's strange is that the news reported his death several weeks ago. It was on Fox and I think CNN. I guess they jumped the gun.
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3 months ago
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Vantheman Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What will it be about? Well, I would think that he would have to release it first.
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6 months ago
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> So true! It has happened numerous times to me > too, of course....I'm still waiting for my > Halestorm moment though. ;-) > > > // Figge This one did it for me..."I Miss the Misery" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YpJAmlnBxoA
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6 months ago
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Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That'd be cool if so. Wonder if he'd join them for > the tour then too? T Yes, he's back for the tour too. http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/chris-slade-confirms-return-to-acdc-this-is-an-amazing-opportunity-for-me/
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7 months ago
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bmg Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Allen adds: “I’d love to work with Mutt again Sure you do Rick. Considering that Mutt replaced you with a drum machine on Pyromania and Hysteria, what type of "work" did you plan on doing? Hitting the cymbals and playing to invisible drums? I don't think even Mutt could save Leppard at this stage. They n
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9 months ago
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JMac Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yeah, Malcolm was instrumental in the songwriting I'll take that a step further. The whole AC/DC sound is Malcolm Young. His rhythm guitar is what makes the band. Angus tops it off with killer leads but if anybody is the heart and soul of the band, it's Malcolm. As far as Phil is concerned, I think people are missi
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9 months ago
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The best show I ever saw was when Iron Maiden opened for Judas Priest in Columbus, OH in the summer of '82. From what I remember, Priest had to come on for 5 encores because the audience demanded it. Unfortunately there was a bit of destruction of the place. I've seen Priest on the following tours: 1) Screaming for Vengeance (Columbus, OH) 2) Defenders of the Faith (Dallas, TX) 3) Turbo (D
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9 months ago
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I saw Judas Priest last night in Dallas (Allen Event Center) and thought they put on a great show. It was the 5th time I've seen them (last time was the Painkiller tour) and I have to say Richie Faulkner did an incredible job replacing KK Downing. The kid is a great addition to the band. The only negatives...Priest doesn't pull in the crowds that it used to and I had to laugh a little because
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9 months ago
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Un-fucking-believable! Guilty or not, his career with AC/DC is finished. Not a good year for one of my favorite bands.
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10 months ago
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I think Steve Clark woud be proud! :)
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11 months ago
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Silent Laughter Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Didn't Viv write "Work It Out"? The LEAD SINGLE > from Slang? Best song on the album, too btw. Which proves my point. That song is crap in my opinion. Might be ok for an average band but nowhere near the quality of a good Def Leppard song.
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11 months ago
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McMack Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > How many bands from that era continue to write > "hits"? None. AC/DC's last album "Black Ice" sold around 8 million didn't it? People bash them for putting out the same album over and over and never changing their sound so how did they pull that off? They were around before Leppard. The bo
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11 months ago
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Ken Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I still can't understand the "Viv is > underutilized" argument. When Pete Willis was canned, and Phil came on board, their sound changed. Joe mentioned that Phil Collen absolutely challenged Steve Clark on guitar. When Vivian joined, it seems the whole mind set of one guitarist challenging another died
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11 months ago
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That's so sad. I think people tended to ignore him a bit because he was "just" the rhythm guitarist but AC/DC's sound was all Malcolm Young. I've seen them twice and they always put on a great show, my only regret was not seeing them with Bon Scott. I hope Stevie Young keeps the rhythm alive.
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2 years ago
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Somewhere...there is a goat lying down with a smile on his face.
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2 years ago
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They spelled Steve Clark's name wrong????? What douchebags!!
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2 years ago
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Your last few sentences: "Vivian brought songs in but Coverdale pretty much dismissed them as not Whitesnake enough. He felt Vivian never listened to Whitesnake, but they never tried to write together." That's pretty much what I was trying to say. Campbell presented Coverdale with some song ideas and Coverdale thought they were a joke. I never said they tried recording in a studio t
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2 years ago
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To be honest, I quit listening to Leppard after "X" - that album was horrendous. Any contribution Campbell may have made is crap in my opinion. The Def Leppard guitar sound is Phil's sound. Phil isn't going to let Campbell change that and considering the songs Vivian wrote, I don't blame Phil. If Vivian was a better song writer, maybe he would be a bigger influence in Leppard, it's
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2 years ago
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Not true. Rick was "replaced" on Pyromania with a drum machine, that was the beginning of Def Leppard's electronic drum sound. All Rick did was play symbols on the album. He wasn't too happy about it (understandably) but it was Mutt's decision to use a machine. So, when he lost his arm during the Hysteria recording sessions, it made no difference.
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2 years ago
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I wonder if Rick is actually playing his drum kit on the re-release instead of just using a drum machine like they did on the original?
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2 years ago
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I never said Collen was a drunken problem. The whole band was known for their drinking in the early days. The reason Willis was sacked was because he was an asshole when he was drunk, as opposed to Clark who was a "friendly drunk." I'm sure most of us know the types. Clark and Collen were drinking buddies and I believe their drunken antics is what lead to their nickname of "The
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2 years ago
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When Pete Willis was fired and was replaced by Phil Collen, Joe Elliott said in several interviews that "Phil absolutely challenged Steve Clark." He said that (aside from his drinking problem) Pete was getting too complacent and "was content to sit back and play rhythm." In my opinion, the band ended with Steve clark's death. They are nothing more than a nostalgic act at th
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2 years ago
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I wonder if Vivian was allowed to play on any of these re-records? He should do the band a favor and quit. Maybe then they can get a guitarist who will actually stand up to Phil Collen and challenge him instead of lying down and do what he's told like a good little doggy.
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2 years ago
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I couldn't get through an entire minute of that butchering. What's really sick is DeCarlo growing his hair out with the gray beard in an attempt to look like Brad Delp.
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2 years ago
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rickyboy999 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > http://youtu.be/EpxOKueE-_0 Wow...she's certainly got the pipes. I'd say this tour will be the testing ground for her...if she gets along with the band, she'll be the new permanent singer for Nightwish. If she storms off the stage and throws a fit...and gets Diva-itis...well...nice knowing her.
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