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19 days ago
Doug Wolfgang
The only hit they've had in 35 years. Thank you, good night!
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23 days ago
Doug Wolfgang
QuoteIf u don't like his voice....why would u bother anyway? I have once again missed the disclaimers: "Positive Comments Only" or "Must Love Pearcy To Comment".
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26 days ago
Doug Wolfgang
Some nice riffs on a few tunes which are then ruined...when he opens his mouth. He was never great, to begin with, but he's simply awful on several of these tunes.
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28 days ago
Doug Wolfgang
Quite a talent and an interesting man/family. RIP
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4 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
Feeling entitled to grab women by the vagina carries a lot of weight with some people.
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5 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
I beg to differ. IMO, it's a great song. I realize that it doesn't rock enough for most people around here but it's pure class.
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5 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
Too busy. They have generally been their best when they back the tempo off a bit, imo. Not impressed with anything but the solo break. Got that patented 'Frontiersy' production quality...sadly.
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5 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
Quotewe/they all have to move on from the tragic death of Steve Nobody is upset and we/they HAVE moved on. Why do we need this bizarre sanctimony every time Steve Lee's name is invoked? He was great, they decided to replace him, keep the name and move forward. When you do so, comparisons are often going to be part of the discussion. I must have missed the edict declaring that once a band chan
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7 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
Martin is also now playing with Blindside Blues Band. If you like his work with Blindstone, you will love Journey To The Stars (by BBB).
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7 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
Their last record with truly good songs. Of course, they are written by people who can actually write good songs...unlike Joe Perry. That dude is clearly the creative weak link.
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7 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
Aerosmith has always been the hard rock version of the Stones. Jagger/Richards = Tyler/Perry. The similarities are undeniable. Aerosmith just took the formula and cranked it up to another level for the next generation of rock music.
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
QuoteAnd as usual the people who claim they care the least are the one whose panties get te most twisted...ironic! Silly me, here I thought the point of this site was to DISCUSS musical topics. Ahh yes, this is exactly what I was referring to in my other post. Always some thin skinned cunt who has to accuse others of 'getting panties in a twist', 'being elitist', 'crying', etc, when they dar
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
QuoteYup. Comedy. The fact that you find them humourless matters not. Steel Panther is a comedy routine so asking them to remove the absurd lyrics and raunchy sidebars (the comedic basis for their act) to make a serious album is ludicrous. I find endless, sophomoric 'jokes' about bodily fluids and sex acts to be "humourless". Point of diminishing returns and all that. Honestly, I do
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
QuoteJust a suggestion on how not to sound like a condescending dick on a music forum. I AM a condescending prick, on a music forum. Why in the FUCK would I want to come across as something I am not?
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
Will Castronovo have the ankle bracelets off in time for this?
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
It's really the age old story here. Some people just can't stand that an opinion differs from theirs. Dare to offer such an opinion and you are: 'elitist', 'don't understand', 'crying', 'stirring shit up', etc, etc. Such serious issues that we're grappling with! Frail egos abound.
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
QuoteFor the brightest of bulbs who aren't in on the joke, they are a comedy act rooted in Sunset Strip hair metal which is why their albums turn up on the comedy charts and not the music charts. Comedy? Is that what this is? Oh, ok. Shit. Now it all makes sense. Thanks for clarifying.
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
Always some great guitar work on their records. Looking forward to hearing this one.
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
Great set of pipes, great radio man. A real loss for the rock radio world. On a personal note, very ironic to log on here and see a comment from Sammy Hagar, about BC. I actually called into Rock Line when I was a teenager and asked Sammy a question. It must have been one of his first appearances. I can remember it vividly.
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
Very cool to hear a harder version of one of MJs most rocked up tunes. A nice sounding recording too. In other words, you can tell Frontiers had nothing to do with it.
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
A cool opening riff and then it becomes truly idiotic and awful. I don't even mind a bit of silly gimmickry and sexual innuendo (Here Come The Mummies!) but this shit just plays to the dimmest bulbs out there.
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
Without a link, is there a point to this post?
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
Decent (not great) tune but the sound quality is very 'Frontiersy'....which is like crushed kittens to my ears. Perhaps the quality issue is tied to the youtube vid. Holding out hope.
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
It might be good....if they could just work some ECHO into those vocals!
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
It's got that patented 'Frontiers sound'. In other words, it's a sonic mess.
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
A tough hombre. A pioneer. An American hero.
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
He's great on that record but not so on this tune. Tackling anything RJD did is not an easy task. Viv is outstanding here.
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
QuoteHS are by not means average musicians, but this thing doesn't even have half of the power of the original, especially the rhythm section. I'm sure millions of dollars (at the peak of the big label era) and Keith Olsen had nothing to do with that "power" you hear in the original. This sounds like it was done in a day.
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
Will they be doing more of those cool promo shots in the matching, glittery shirts? That was priceless.
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
What Carl said.
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