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3 days ago
Doug Wolfgang
Nothing about that is enjoyable.
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6 days ago
Doug Wolfgang
Of course, that happens. That said, I have never heard anything in the last 2 decades that I declared to be on par with genre classics. I still like the record. All good, bro ; )
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7 days ago
Doug Wolfgang
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > BY this time of year,I get a bit fuzzy about what > got released this year and not maybe later last > year. But I'd add the Defiants,Rick Springfield > and Whitford/St. Holmes to my list. Oh-- Winery > Dogs,too. Surely have missed some tho... T QuoteImagine if you can...the first time you heard Back
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12 days ago
Doug Wolfgang
One of the few on my 'list' that I have yet to see.
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19 days ago
Doug Wolfgang
It was NOT interesting last week and it remains so this week. Carry on.
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20 days ago
Doug Wolfgang
QuoteOut of curiosity...what was wrong with the mix on Brigade,or the debut album by The Cars? I have no problem with the mix on the first 2 Cars records. They had superior sound quality when they came out. The problem is when you play those CDs today, they are incredibly quiet. I think they fixed this (to an extent) when they released some of the later 'hits' packages on CD but I would like
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20 days ago
Doug Wolfgang
Hold Your Fire Somethin''Bout Your Body All She Wrote
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20 days ago
Doug Wolfgang
It would be interesting to know how well the more obscure titles sell for them and what is the tipping point (in terms of units sold) for them to see a profit. Regarding the 2 groups I mentioned, after nearly 40 years since their debuts were released, I think it's safe to say no major label reissue is coming.
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20 days ago
Doug Wolfgang
Forget obscure. For the most part, those sort of releases/bands were obscure for a reason...they sucked. I appreciate Rock Candy reviving some of the larger, impactful releases from the 70s and 80s. Some others that could really use a sonic shot in the arm (and would actually sell copies) are the first 3-4 Molly Hatchet records and the first 2 by The Cars.
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28 days ago
Doug Wolfgang
QuoteReminds me of back when Pat Boone did his "In a Metal Mood" thing. Exactly. It's an unoriginal gimmick. It's been done before...by someone who is a revered figure in pop music. This guy is a nobody (by comparison) and it's just boring. He even went as far as to do a couple of the same songs that Pat did when he tried this. YAWN!
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29 days ago
Doug Wolfgang
QuoteInteresting to hear MHR songs done like this..... No, it really isn't.
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4 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
His voice is so processed sounding and the amount of echo used just makes the record hard to listen to for me. The quality of the songs is just not there either. Some decent moments but compared to Street Talk, it's garbage.
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4 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
Hard to believe he's that old. He carries it well.
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4 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
Is that the disc titled 'Going The Distance'? I have that one laying around somewhere.
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6 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
That tune is one of the greatest of the 70s. Everything about it is pure class. We don't get enough tasteful sax solos in popular music anymore.
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6 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
Ronnie Dio's projected image will never get another dollar of my money!
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6 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
I can generally find one or two decent songs on most Jackyl records. I'll give this new one a listen. Thanks for the tip.
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6 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
I've been listening to/collecting music for 40+ years. I know what I like when I hear it. There's too much material being released to spend days and weeks hoping something becomes a 'grower' anymore. If something is marginally interesting, I'll give it a few spins....but shit is shit....and the market is flooded with it.
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6 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
I know the story. The band should not be called Blackfoot. It's not Blackfoot. Any objective human being would agree. His bizarre appearance in that video is a feeble attempt to legitimize the band being called Blackfoot, when it really shouldn't be. It's great that he wants to produce this group...but to attach that name to them appears to be nothing more than an attempt to cash in on the name
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6 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
Anyone see the video? Medlocke makes an appearance near the end to do little more than strum a few chords. It's as if he's making some feeble attempting to legitimize the name of the band. Cringeworthy.
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6 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
QuoteOh yeah...now we need HS & Doug to comment on how it blows. Is this one on par with Hysteria, Van Halen and Boston?
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7 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
No Terry, I've never anticipated a recent release (in this century anyhow) and deemed it in ANY WAY on the level of Back In Black, Appetite For Destruction or Rocks. It's ok to own your words. There is simply no need to make false claims about mine.
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7 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
QuoteImagine if you can...the first time you heard Back In Black / Rocks / Appetite For Destruction / insert your all time fav kick-ass rock album here..? Well..that's what's in store on this new Dead Daisies cd. This thing is gonna kick serious arse and melt your face at the same time! Poor Terry, taking shit all personally. Trying to twist my words around and back away from his own. Becau
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7 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
I've spun the record 4-5 times now and it's grown on me a bit. Still, nothing I enjoy as much as Long Way To Go. Not even close. It's a solid 21st-century MHR record...nothing more. Your hype regarding the record (comparing it to groundbreaking releases of decades past) is absolutely at the level of delusion.
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7 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
Feel free to click on the link in my post.
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7 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
The BEST song with that title...ever.
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7 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
Ken Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > So now Joe Elliott has to issue a press release to > announce he may or may not be lip-syncing one song > along to a previously recorded live version he's > already sung? > > Nonsense. "Nonsense" is doing it, not being up front about it, getting caught....and letting it blow up in the media
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7 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
If they're doing that sort of thing, a statement to fans seems to be a reasonable thing to offer. This way, people can decide if they want to attend to see someone lip synching...even if it's just a song or two. To hide it shows disrespect for the paying customer and can only lead to a shitstorm. Honesty goes a long way.
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8 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
Very good, for a kid. She's clearly got a solid foundation, vocally....but her performance is as flat as a pancake. Boring. Stale. I'd had enough at about 30 seconds in. And it's not 'Loueezville'. Good lord.
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