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7 days ago
wykkedsensation
Absolutely horrendous. I wouldn't go see them if it was free. Just dreadful.
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9 days ago
wykkedsensation
Absolutely ace band back then T. One of my fave live shows ever was their Agora Ballroom show from 76, absolutely phenominal. You get to hear early versions of stuff such as 'A Man I'll Never Be' etc. One of their first shows and still a little raw. Totally awesome. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNgEQm3jIMg The Long Beach 77 show of course is absolutely legendary and mindblowingly g
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14 days ago
wykkedsensation
It's listenable, but that band just don't do it for me anymore, haven't for many years.
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20 days ago
wykkedsensation
Had a chance to go to Bingley Hall, Stafford show in 79 with my elder brother but declined the opportunity. He never went either in the end, but i know people who did go. I myself have never seen them (although i would dearly love to) but my brother has travelled over to the states on a couple of occasions to see them.
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22 days ago
wykkedsensation
Still magnificent after all these yrs. Amazing.
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28 days ago
wykkedsensation
Ditto that T. Below The Belt and Makin' The Point are absolutely essential for any collection.
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29 days ago
wykkedsensation
Figge i really do like your musical tastes my friend :) The two Balance albums mate???
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29 days ago
wykkedsensation
It's good that we are all different in our musical tastes mate, what a boring ass world it would be otherwise.
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29 days ago
wykkedsensation
Pure sounding AOR. It's Mark Mangold's band (ex Touch, Michael Bolton, The Sign etc). Ballpark....An amalgam of pretty much every famous AOR band in the 80's. Journey, Foreigner, Toto, etc etc etc. Lots of keys, high pitched vocals, big chorus's, with not a lot of emphasis on guitars apart from a couple of tunes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Iwznrm1Txk
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29 days ago
wykkedsensation
Good man.
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29 days ago
wykkedsensation
Its not a proper list this. All this is is when people do a rating for a certain album, thats all. These are the top rated on the site, not a poll or anything like that. All the ratings have been given over years. If i was to go on there now and give the debut Van Halen a maximum 100 score (which i probably would) it may go from a current 89 to a new score of 90. This is not a poll give
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30 days ago
wykkedsensation
Which one Don?
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30 days ago
wykkedsensation
Nice one WITS. The debut DSS would definately be in my top 10, and a nice mention to Van's Righteous Anger and the ArcAngel debut also. Nice mate.
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30 days ago
wykkedsensation
Both MB albums (ST and EC) would probably both make my top 10 ever, especially EC, it's just an absolute classic 10/10. Every single song is killer. The Bolton/Mangold stuff is jaw droppingly superb.
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4 weeks ago
wykkedsensation
Cool list there mate. Nice.
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4 weeks ago
wykkedsensation
Yeah very safe and obvious list, but in no way necessarily the best, not by a long shot, well not in my opinion anyway. They are of course absolutely essential though to any fan of the genre.
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4 weeks ago
wykkedsensation
I tend to avoid 99% of product released by Frontiers. Ditto that mate
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5 weeks ago
wykkedsensation
Monsterous album in every way buddy. Greatest album EVER. Genius.
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5 weeks ago
wykkedsensation
Quite possibly something by Sweet. Probably between Funny Funny, Co-Co, or Wig Wam Bam
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5 weeks ago
wykkedsensation
Back in 1980 i was into metal, the usual metal at the time Kiss, Motorhead, AC/DC, Scorpions, Whitesnake etc etc and i had just seen all those bands. One day a friend played an album by a band called Touch. It instantly changed everything. The harmonies, the keyboards, the Chorus's, the immense vocal work. From then on i made it my mission to buy albums in that same kinda genre. So instantly i wa
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5 weeks ago
wykkedsensation
Great tune
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5 weeks ago
wykkedsensation
Blimey, you are correct. I was sure it was 79. Why the heck did i ever think that. Anyways i am fairly sure we all agree it was superior to the debut even though it was in fact 81. Shakes head in bemusement and embarrassment.
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5 weeks ago
wykkedsensation
Some cool stuff on the list but i personally would have included.... Boston - Don't Look Back Airborne - ST (Absolutely essential. One of the finest releases ever) Survivor -Premonition American Tears - Powerhouse
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5 weeks ago
wykkedsensation
Excellent setlist. Would dearly love to see that band.
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6 weeks ago
wykkedsensation
New album entitled 'OctOpus' is currently in its final mixing stage and should be released within the next two months. Their new label will be re releasing their back catalogue too around the same time. Really good band, even better now with a whole new lineup.
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7 weeks ago
wykkedsensation
If you're looking for some real pure AOR sound then look no further. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pi5wQCrzjFc
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2 months ago
wykkedsensation
Well Tommy was on guitar in Spain so i would think it pretty nailed on he would play the whole Jean set at Rockingham.
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2 months ago
wykkedsensation
Never been able to figure out quite what all the fuss is about 'A night At The Opera'. Maybe it's just me. Sure, Its a good album but there are/were way better Queen releases imo. 01 Sheer Heart Attack 02 Queen II 03 The Works 04 News Of The World 05 A Kind Of Magic 06 The Game 07 Night At The Opera 08 Jazz 09 Queen 10 Hot Space 11 Day At The Races 12 Innuendo 13 Made In Heaven
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2 months ago
wykkedsensation
It sure was. Released on the Now And Then/Frontiers label as a double issue cd called 'The Complete Works' (with loads of bonus material) back in 98. It was also released in Japan (Bareknuckle Records) a year or so later in various guises including a bonus Dvd version. Although it didn't quite reach the heights of the debut Touch II was an absolutely amazing album let down only by the product
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2 months ago
wykkedsensation
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