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2 months ago
Alexo
I'm not a KISS purist either but I like this album and I like Crazy Nights too. I actually prefer their 80s "hair metal" output over their 70s stuff.
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4 months ago
Alexo
Bon Jovi - SWW (yes I even listen to Social Disease) Bon Jovi - NJ Bryan Adams - Reckless Def Leppard - Hysteria Dream Theater - Images & Words Harem Scarem - s/t Harem Scarem - Mood Swings Extreme - s/t Extreme - Pornograffitti Extreme - III Sides GnR - AFD Honeymoon Suite - s/t Honeymoon Suite - The Big Prize Motley Crue - Dr Feelgood Nelson - After the Rain Night Ranger - Mi
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4 months ago
Alexo
Strangely, I heard Jude Cole - Baby It's Tonight on SIRIUS 90s yesterday. It was a "Lost 90s hit"
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4 months ago
Alexo
Frozen Ghost has a few quality songs. Brighton Rock I didn't get into too much however I saw them live back in the day.
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4 months ago
Alexo
I'm surprised to see albums like Voice of Reason and Detonator mentioned. VOR, people hate this? I guess maybe some think Detonator is "poppy" or something but it has some great songs on it IMO. Didn't realize it was hated by some.
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4 months ago
Alexo
Warrior21 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > LOL. Recently, Sirius had a channel called "Yacht > Rock". The promos for it had a guy that sounded > like Mr. Howell from Gilligan's Island. I tuned into this from time to time. The playlist didn't seem very extensive, but I didn't mind it.
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4 months ago
Alexo
Honeymoon Suite - The Big Prize Honeymoon Suite - Honeymoon Suite Bryan Adams - Reckless Harem Scarem - Mood Swings Kim Mitchell - Shakin' Like a Human Being I had a hard time leaving bands like Haywire, Loverboy, Glass Tiger, April Wine, Tom Cochrane etc off here. So many good ones. 80s/early 90s music was a good time to be a Canadian .
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5 months ago
Alexo
I didn't really care for the songs I heard on YouTube. Since Astronaut they seem to be trading off good and bad albums. Astronaut - Great Red Carpet Massacre - Aside from a couple tracks, ugh All You Need Is Now - Good. Nice return to form Paper Gods - Doesn't sound great so far
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5 months ago
Alexo
Looks like I'll need to revisit MIM based on what I read here.
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5 months ago
Alexo
This has to be Night Ranger's best work from start to finish, no? Until a couple months ago, all these years the only NR I was really familiar with were the singles/hits and a few newer songs I've seen posted here. Sister Christian When You Close Your Eyes (You Can Still) Rock in America Don't Tell Me You Love Me Four in the Morning Sentimental Street Goodbye Sing Me Away Secret of My
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5 months ago
Alexo
Thought it was OK/average on first listen, but it's really grown on me after 5 or 6 listens.
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6 months ago
Alexo
The song isn't that bad but it would have been served better as a regular album cut, not the lead single. I mean, assuming there are better more rockier cuts. If not, frightening. Lets hope it's one of those "the first single was the worst single" scenarios.
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6 months ago
Alexo
Huge fan of the band. SWW was my first cassette I ever bought with my own money (after my sister got sick of me taking hers all the time haha). I think These Days was their last great album (and it was a grower for me) and since then some albums are better than others. HAND was a nice return to form I thought, and WAN was better then I expected though it dies a little towards the end.
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6 months ago
Alexo
LOL nice imagery in the OP. I agree with you too. This song is very good IMO. Yeah it's a mashup of some modern bands but the chorus is huge.
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6 months ago
Alexo
Some do, like Sebastian Bach in June. 6/12 EDMONTON AB 6/13 CALGARY AB 6/14 REGINA SK 6/16 SASKATOON SK 6/17 BRANDON MB 6/18 WINNIPEG MB 6/19 SPRING LAKE PARK MN 6/20 SIOUX CITY IA Five in a row and seven in eight nights. Baz is a beast haha.
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7 months ago
Alexo
Benno Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Dog Eat Dog is one of the best albums of the era > IMO, I can still easily listen almost all the way > through - don't know about you folks but I can't > stand that Hollywood track, I've always skipped > it, and when I went digital I omitted it > completely, terrible song. > I don't think "
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7 months ago
Alexo
Dog Eat Dog is beastly. Could never get into the other two though.
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10 months ago
Alexo
I think JLTW is their best tune. It's not their funniest, but as an (almost) straight up rocker it's their best written song. Love the riff/overall groove. I've seen them once and they did play it which was great. Seeing them in Vegas in a couple months and hope to hear it again.
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11 months ago
Alexo
These are unlistenable to my ears.
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11 months ago
Alexo
Yep, I saw Saga a couple years back and aside from being blown away by the show (I am a casual fan of the band at best) he was a MONSTER on the guitar. Really, really good.
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11 months ago
Alexo
I like how the production is a little more raw on this album. You can hear buzz from CC's amp, hear him switching pickups, etc.
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1 year ago
Alexo
Extreme is releasing a new one in 2015.
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1 year ago
Alexo
Paul MacAusland from Haywire was a pretty darn good singer and still is.
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1 year ago
Alexo
I think the original is a perfect song which is why I'm surprised I like this one as much as I do. Great build up throughout.
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1 year ago
Alexo
I actually like that alot more then I was expecting to.
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1 year ago
Alexo
I really like Love is War, but I always have because it was on the Living in Sin single I bought almost 25 years ago. Listened to the crap out of it.
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1 year ago
Alexo
Could be. The vocals are noticeably rougher and just not very good IMO.
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1 year ago
Alexo
A few times a local radio station has played some kind of alternate version of Just One Night. It's not Eric Martin, it's clearly Triumph as the music and backing vocals are the same as the single at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEpcu0B66nc . I think it's Moore singing it, it's just rougher and not nearly as well done. I've wondered if it's a live version, but I'm sure it's got the studio reco
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1 year ago
Alexo
Not gonna lie - I enjoyed that more than I thought I would.
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1 year ago
Alexo
I'm not that familiar with the band other than the hits but I saw them live in 2012 and they were incredible. World class musicians.
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