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10 days ago
St.George
bmg Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > well if that is the top ten, then the 90s really > was bad for AOR - nearly all second rate AOR > albums > > sorry - thats MHO Agreed. In fact, none of them are AOR albums, but melodic rock albums, which is quite different. I'm sorry but Toto or Queen (AOR) have little to do with Def Leppard or Winger (m
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2 months ago
St.George
Original: 1.-(archaic) the source or cause from which something arises. 2.- Not like others. new, different, and appealing. Having this definition in mind, the "Find me" song you posted it's pretty unoriginal and formulaic. It sounds like many other things we've heard a million times before. The band does not show its identity, nor its talent. They don't show their real artistry
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3 months ago
St.George
I'm sorry but I didn't. I think you missed the point here, phil2 I don't like everything that sounds 80s for the fact of sounding 80s. The Tesla Boy band, in fact, sounds like new wave artists, an style I dislike completely.
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3 months ago
St.George
Will do right now!!! Thanks Al! :)
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3 months ago
St.George
Check this out guys, I've heard a few new songs sounding retro 80's, but this is by far the most representative song of that kinda sound. You can hint Survivor, Moroder, Sembello and lots more! And IMO is cooler and more AOR than 99'9% of what today is labeled like that. Moreover... it's a fucking HIT! Enjoy!!! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=HClyQjRkJbU
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4 months ago
St.George
Yes :) More info here >>> www.steveporcaromusic.com
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5 months ago
St.George
Hey Andrew, Are there any news about this... http://forums.melodicrock.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=60603 ...or you were told not to open the lid, yet? ;)
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7 months ago
St.George
TOTO any day. They defined the sound of an era (from a producer's perspective). They recorded and produced thousands of artists and helped to create the sound of many others. They deserve much more recognition than they got. We all know that, but it's necessary to make it public. "School books" always mention the same bands, over and over.
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9 months ago
St.George
totobob Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Just a pity Peter that Mindfields is possibly > their poorest release other than the covers cd. > IMHO of course. Agreed 100% to that! It sounds as their most uninspired album, with lots of fillers. But hey, it has some milestones too (After You've Gone, Mindfields, One Road... and specially, Spanish Steps)
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1 year ago
St.George
Finally some sageness here ;) It's by far my least favourite in the album, too. The chorus sounds quite silly and camp. They should've chosen "Bend" instead this one, IMO.
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1 year ago
St.George
Do not agree at all, punk... The real Pumpkins sound is the one on "Siamese Dream". That album is P-E-R-F-E-C-T! Besides, it's amazingly well produced. "Mellon Collie...", on the contrary, is full of fillers and Corgan's voice sucks in many songs. It would've made a great single album, IMO.
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1 year ago
St.George
WTF!? When I saw the title of this topic I thought I time-traveled 10 years back, LOL! Regarding ZWAN, I have to tell you that if you don't like Smashing Pumpkins this is pretty much the same ...but worse. I always found quite disturbing to see Corgan singing happy songs. I really recommend you "Siamese Dream" ("Mellon Collie..." is way overrated IMO). It's from the Pump
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1 year ago
St.George
JW no soul on his voice? OMG, I think we have different concepts of that. His VOICING (and I mean his way of singing, not only his voice) makes me cringe on the "Burn" verses, for instance. It gives me goosepbumps on "Running out of time". And it comforts me on "Great Expectations". You talk quite a lot about the new Neal Morse album. I can praise that album for
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1 year ago
St.George
IMO, "The Seventh One" is better than their new release. It's so defining of Toto's sound and so well composed, arranged and produced that it makes me shiver. I appreciate your "Turn Back" opinion. I don't know why the band is kind of elusive on that record. Though is not my favourite, I think it's just essential, and it shows a band with great energy and desire to conquer
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1 year ago
St.George
drowningdeep Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > (...)Fahrenheit sounded like a > Michael Jackson wannabe (...) Ok man, you gotta tell me what sh*t do you snort, because it must be good. LOL! A "Michael Jackson wannabe"? WTF!? I can accept that the tune "Fahrenheit" has the Michael Jackson esque. In fact it was composed for him but ev
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1 year ago
St.George
You can have your opinion Surfpunk, but MY opinion is that you must be deaf, with all due respect :D IMHO "Mindfields" ranks as the worse Toto album by far (I don't want to mention the hideous "Through the looking glass" here, because that's directly a turd). There's a lot of fillers there: "High Price of Hate", "No love", "Selfish", "Last
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1 year ago
St.George
Your shitty tin hat can do nothing against my nuke... KAA-BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM!!! ... Honestly man, check your ears ;)
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1 year ago
St.George
adolfo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I´m looooving "Fortune" I'm glad to read that. IMO, I think it is one of the greatest songs in the album. It's soooo groovy and smooth. I think it should've had more relevance on the reviews appeared so far, since this one sounds like Toto at their best.
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1 year ago
St.George
Peter M. Bietenholz Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Fantastic album, it never feels like I have to > skip a track. Very fresh sounding too and I like > the more subtle approach to hooks and choruses, > which is so refreshing compared to all the > overblown Scandinavian Toto clones. AMEN TO THAT!!!
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1 year ago
St.George
rickyboy999 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Best album since Isolation? I wouldn't say that... ...but I honestly believe it's their best album since "The Seventh One".
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1 year ago
St.George
Good to hear that, Andrew :) Thanx!
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1 year ago
St.George
Hey guys, But are you talking about the sound of the real CD or the leaked version? According to Luke the sound quality of the leaked version is quite shitty... https://twitter.com/stevelukather/status/576834963443601408
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1 year ago
St.George
BINGO! I understand it now... I can see it clear... It's all part of a bigger plan: The guy wants to achieve a World Guinness Record in the "how fast can you ruin yourself and your reputation" category. Don't you see it? At this pace, I'm sure he's gonna make it fast... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdLEPOkA8qk
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1 year ago
St.George
That's GREAT news!!! LOL! Now, Bobby, keep doing your pathetic number with Mr.Boaster TommyD, hoping that no one cares your lame-ass show. And please, don't ruin the songs of the band you don't care about... Please... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJMHdqsHcj0
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1 year ago
St.George
I N M E N S E!
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1 year ago
St.George
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Orphan is a better single track. This one is actually > a deeper style cut. I don't think it'd work as a single > (whatever THAT is) if there WERE radio that would > spin it. Well, I can tell you that I made a "poll" among a few friends and 90% chose "Holy War" instead of "Or
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1 year ago
St.George
As I said in an older topic, IMO it's works better than "Orphan" as a single. Incredibly catchy, amazingly crafted and full of small and subtle details that grow on you. Love it!
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1 year ago
St.George
Captain Can Man Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > But the most recent one for me is Taylor Swift - > 1989 GOT HIM!!! We've got the mole here!!! He bit the hook!!! Now let's kick his ass!!! (Just kidding ;D )
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1 year ago
St.George
Hello there, I was wondering which was the last "perfect album" you've heard, considering a "perfect album" that one in which you like ALL the tracks (not 90% of the album or that one with just one skippable track. These cases are not eligible as "perfect albums" :) In my case I think that the last PERFECT album I can come of was "Mastedon 3". And I t
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1 year ago
St.George
First I'd like to thank Andrew for letting this vivid debate happen. This would be totally impossible on any fan group because it wouldn't last too long. So thank you for letting some fans to express their discomfort regarding certain aspects. As you could see, there were things that needed to be said and taken into account. So thank you once more. Besides, I'd like to present my apologies for
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