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7 days ago
Hollywood
Man in motion is on the bridge in the spotlight.
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7 days ago
Hollywood
I have found references to the following records on the cover Dawn Patrol (Satelite lower left) Midnight Madness (guy hanging from the bridge to the right of the sign.) Seven Wishes (Airplane) Big Life (band pic embedded in the foot of the bridge) Seven (Newspaper in the water lower left) Hole in the Sun (the sun) Somewhere in California (album cover is on a billboard on the cityscape)
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8 days ago
Hollywood
Deen is free to make a solo record. He chooses not to.
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9 days ago
Hollywood
I learned a long time ago that if you judge someone's art by who they are as a person you will have very little art to appreciate.
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9 days ago
Hollywood
And there is a Japanese bonus track. So if you want everything you have to buy three copies. Winery Dogs are worse. 1. US version 2. Japanese version with one bonus track 3. US Deluxe version with live and demo versions 4. Japanese Deluxe live record with more tracks and DVD
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5 weeks ago
Hollywood
You recall correctly. I love, love, love Neal and his playing, but he clearly needs an editor when recording pop stuff. Both Generations and Eclipse suffer from this condition. There are great songs on these albums that get lost and linger. Kevin and Neal fought. No record company to put Neal in his place and Neal won. The record lost. I still like both records, but they could have been be
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5 weeks ago
Hollywood
Or like of the Journey, Foreigner, Night Ranger tour where they went on 5 mins early so they could play 35 minutes and get an extra song in.
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7 weeks ago
Hollywood
I actually had no problem with his goal. If that's what he thinks he needed to make the record he wanted more power to him. Home recording has made recording much cheaper, but live drums still sound markedly better recorded in a good drum room. What if he wanted to record strings or horns there is a cost to all this. So I wasn't that upset over that part. The part that got me was that it reall
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7 weeks ago
Hollywood
I have never heard of them using vinyl for Remasters. Which titles were these?
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7 weeks ago
Hollywood
Granted, I only have 15 or so releases from them, but every one is top notch sound wise with excellent liner notes. The REO, Survivor, Sheriff, Tommy Shaw, and John Waite titles are awesome and all have artist participation. I only have a few Yesterock titles, but they have good sound. Not much to compare with as the titles I have are premiers on compact disc. I know that these types of la
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7 weeks ago
Hollywood
Anytime. Lead track off of Aria.
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7 weeks ago
Hollywood
Journey Dream Theater Iron Maiden REO Speedwagon Styx Survivor AC/DC Genesis
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2 months ago
Hollywood
There are a number of sellers who sell boots on EBay and they get very little negative feedback so apparently people are okay with getting ripped off. One guy is selling Jonathan Cain's Namaste for $24.99. It is out of print and hard to find. His is a CD with a sticker and inkjet printed art and refuses to admit what he sells is a boot. Some sellers on Amazon are selling library copies in
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2 months ago
Hollywood
They never tries to hide that they had two singers. Their 2nd single is "Sing Me Away" which Kelly sings. I don't think they sound the same, but the have the same tenor and range.
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2 months ago
Hollywood
He's right about Toad. Brian Howe is not Toad the Wet Sprocket and his campaign is not offering what Toad's did. For $25 I got a CD of the album w/4 exclusive tracks and exclusive artwork. All tracks were also delivered digitally months in advance in many format including FLAC. Toad's original goal was $50k. When they hit that they were funded. Then they offered and digital live EP if the
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2 months ago
Hollywood
Plus the fact they have a double disc live album with Blu-ray out in Japan. Why not release that in the US?
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3 months ago
Hollywood
Still not out where I live.
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4 months ago
Hollywood
I know a few. Cooks Bank Teller Accountant Radio DJ Booking Agent Bartender Lots do private lessons. Music for Kids Shows/Cartoons
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4 months ago
Hollywood
They only printed 500 copies and have no intention of printing more. Quite a shame.
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5 months ago
Hollywood
They are the Real McCoy. Todd's not a bad singer as well, but they rarely use him. The thing is, that not only are they singers, they fit into the parts perfectly. Tommy is amazing that his high harmony is still gorgeous.
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6 months ago
Hollywood
New song is great. With Bleu involved it is guaranteed to be a great record. You can already hear some of his sound coming through in the production. I'm a huge Extreme fan and glad to see Pat step out musically.
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6 months ago
Hollywood
In already pledged. The first song is awesome. Huge power pop sound with bright and shiny vocals.
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6 months ago
Hollywood
Definately this one. http://youtu.be/DXxYscMJ12g During the bridge someone must scream "sweep the leg"
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6 months ago
Hollywood
David Prater knew how to make a record. Everything he ever did sounds great. The first Firehouse still sounds amazing after 24 years. Clear, crisp, and punchy. Wish his personal demons wouldn't have put him out of commission.
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6 months ago
Hollywood
Portnoy is a very technically gifted drummer and can play anything on sight. His ability to jump into any situation is amazing. Just unreal. Mangini is also awesome musician. You don't teach at Berklee without being a genius.
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6 months ago
Hollywood
On Firehouse's first record there is a song "Oughta Be a Law" where a lyric is "guilty murder one in the first degree", now I've watches enough Law & Order to know that Murder One is 1st degree murder. This really grates on me, as it is a rocking song with one bad line. I am not looking for Poe level lyrics or anything, but geez. Plus, the inordinate amount of cymb
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7 months ago
Hollywood
Sweet
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7 months ago
Hollywood
I love this genre and could list them all day, but I'll go with two. Melodic style Steve Vai - Whispering the Prayer Upbeat style Mason Williams - Classical Gas To add, Adrian English's Interplanetarium is pretty epic from start to finish.
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7 months ago
Hollywood
Most of the post-Kramer era records were good. Water and Devil in the Details in particular, but they were not as strong as the first two. Even those first two records were quite different. That being said, I don't think they missed out on anything in the US. The third record would have DOA even with Kramer. They were lumped in with all the "Hair" bands, and although unfair and unfou
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7 months ago
Hollywood
Never heard of it. What era did this occur? I know they had their 2nd record rejected and shelved, but it was released on Fuel 2000 Records. It was called Imaginator.
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