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7 days ago
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patiscat Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Sabaton is doing this as well. Yes, the lead singer is the studio keyboard player these days, and they never replaced the onstage guy. It means arrangements are very set for any band doing this, no chance to improvise.
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15 days ago
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seventhsea Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > On Amazon UK, £13.98 +£1.26 postage from Japan That seems to be the single disc remaster, not the double sadly. Thanks for trying though!!!!
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15 days ago
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He still releases albums and tours, but in a blues vein these days. I have a fair few CDs of his from before this, credited variously to Verity, John Verity and The John Verity Band as well as Phoenix. As I'm not the greatest blues fan I am a bit lacking in recent stuff apart from a couple of fu acoustic albums he's done. From The Heart is a great compilation, featuring the awesome What About
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15 days ago
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thinny Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Robert Johnson's Tombstone is available from the > official Thunder shop. These are literally the > last few copies though. It was deleted, but we > found a box of them at Thunder towers > recently.... > .......be nice if you found a Backstreet Symphony Remaster whilst looking!!!!
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16 days ago
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Got all the remasters apart from Backstreet Symphony. Not many copies around, and the (literally) only 2 or 3 I've seen are going for silly money.......
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17 days ago
PJayBe
Mrs B and myself will be in Manchester tonight. Was going to take The Prog-Daughter, but her new job gets in the way......
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20 days ago
PJayBe
....................and tickets seemingly all gone when I get in from work......................
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21 days ago
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rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Only subscribed on Saturday, but got my magazine > this morning. Great service. Same here. Looks great and the T-Shirt fits the Prog-Daughter a treat!!
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25 days ago
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I don't thnk it's the CD price that's being talked about here. It's the surcharge for the signatures that is making paul-dyas-rock peeved. CD prices are what they are, and are generally pretty fair. I've never not bought an album because of cost, except one or two extortionate Super Mega DeLuxe Editions which are a different matter altogether......
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26 days ago
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Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > LOL > > Great band! I know, love 'em like few others recently!!!!
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26 days ago
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I was at Thunder in Manchester last week and was chatting to Cats In Space after their (excellent) set. I was wearing my MR.com T-Shirt and the keyboard player (name escapes me) pointed at me and shouted out, "GREAT SITE!!!!"
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26 days ago
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I was once charged a fiver for a signed copy, and when it arrived 3 of the 5 in the bad had left so I only got 2 scribbles, but that's nowhere near as bad as this. I wonder if they'll charge at the gigs, or just not come out and sign???
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4 weeks ago
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A great album, or it would be with better prodution!!! The clash of egos was perhaps inevitable, but a shame given the fact that the guitarists had such differing styles leading to some excellent and distinctive soloing.
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4 weeks ago
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Sound good, if not perhaps an obvious musical choice for a Kiss support.
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4 weeks ago
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Away from the field of Melodic Rock, I have a fine stack of Hootie & The Blowfish albums, but only the first resides in my mp3 player, and certainly gets played far more than the others combined.
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4 weeks ago
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Walk In The Shadows Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > GUN? Surely Gallus is better than Taking On The > World, though they are both excellent... My thoughts too.......
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5 weeks ago
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Ydde Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > tickets were A$85 which is quite a stretch > considering the darkness are $10 less and for $50 > you can see Dan Baird & Homemade Sin next > month...250 max Homemade Sin. One of the best live acts out there. Dan and the band have a great new albm out, building up a fine catalogue of their own to go with
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5 weeks ago
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Had some dickheads behind us who talked through somgs aprt from the choruses which they joned in with!!! Thankfully only really affected a few songs before they were shut up. Fab night all round though.Cats In Space were spot on as an opener, and their Thunder connections ensured they got better lights and sound than most support acts do. Thunder were top notch, I really don't know where Da
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5 weeks ago
PJayBe
Couldn't upload it.........
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5 weeks ago
PJayBe
Sorry, didn't work.....
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6 weeks ago
PJayBe
Best news I've heard in ages!!!!!!
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7 weeks ago
PJayBe
I'll wait for the next poster they produce with a gig in the NorthWest of England on it........
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2 months ago
PJayBe
The bonus tracks tracks were an additional EP included in the package bought from the website, like the one with Wonder Days.
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2 months ago
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Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'll agree about the relates to Behind Closed > Doors,Mick. And that's awesome news to me--BCD is > my second fav by them! So many great tracks on > that album,IMO. Fly On The Wall/Future Train/Stand > Up/ Ball And Chain/Preaching From A Chair/Too > Scared To Live,etc. And great lyrics throughout.
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2 months ago
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I have the ones from Classic Rock AOR / Prog and the CRS magazine. Also, the "interesting" ones from Classic Rock. Keep 'em in the office to stick on at random if up there and can't be bothered to choose something to play!!!
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2 months ago
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Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Far from bland, I don't think the original poster > who made that comment a few weeks ago had listened > fairly. My apologies for my usual failed attempt at humour....... I certainly didn't find it bland, I LOVE it!!!!!
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2 months ago
PJayBe
...........and that's despite it being "bland and uninspiring" (allegedly)!!
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2 months ago
PJayBe
The album definitely deserves a reappraisal. From my point of view Feelin' Hot should be sent back to whichever Whitesnale B-Side it fell off and the disc topped up with some choice goodies like thgis.........
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2 months ago
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Hot Sauce Wrote: > Who cares about the monkeys that work for them? > Is there a need to get personal?????
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2 months ago
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He might sober up soon, read his posts and cringe!!!! but then again, maybe not..........
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