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9 days ago
SaintDavid
Does anyone have any approximate running times for the 4 bands that are playing. I'll be in Manchester for the show this coming Saturday and trains are quite unreliable at the moment. Thanks in advance. Dave
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10 days ago
SaintDavid
And oddly enough Disturbed have also covered a Tears For Fears song. They did 'Shout' on 'The Sickness' album
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12 days ago
SaintDavid
My compilation. With this running order...might just fit on an 80 min CD. Soul Doctor Heart Turns To Stone That Was Yesterday Lowdown and Dirty Tooth and Nail Jukebox Hero When The Night Comes Down Woman In Black Waiting For A Girl Like You Head Games In Pieces Dirty White Boy Running The Risk Cold As Ice Break It Up Heaven On Our Side Urgent Prisoner Of Love
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7 weeks ago
SaintDavid
The Dan Reed Network and Tyketto UK tour in March has far more appeal for me
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3 months ago
SaintDavid
Yeah, not a bad list. Harem Scarem have done a few decent ballads, there are a couple on the Signal album and I also like Surrender by Trixter
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3 months ago
SaintDavid
Anyone caught Glenn Hughes on his current UK tour? Just wondered how it was working out with Doug Aldrich.
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3 months ago
SaintDavid
Not watched much today but decided to give Dokken a go. Managed 3 songs and nearly cried. Kiss Of Death then Into The Fire followed by Dream Warriors. Great band but they need a singer. Never retreated to the pub so quickly.....
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3 months ago
SaintDavid
Here all 3 days but not watched every band. Day 1 until Tom Keifer the sound mix disappointed...lead vocals just too low. Eclipse rocked and Keifer was a standout with some Cinderella classics and a rock star performance. Day 2 the sound was spot on. Jim Peterik would have benefited from a real singer but Alessandro Del Vechio was a total surprise with his singing and really came to the fore duri
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5 months ago
SaintDavid
Was so disappointed. Had been looking forward to the band's first Manchester show in over 8 years. The whole evening was flat and the mix did everyone no favours.....sounded like there was only one guitar. The choice of cover was also very strange and killed any momentum mid set. Unfortunately the weakest link was new frontman Marshal Dutton, vocally he seemed lost, especially on the older materi
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7 months ago
SaintDavid
The band just took a break. Singer David Draiman started a new project called Device. Similar in style to Disturbed I guess, maybe a little more industrial. The album features a great version of the old Ozzy/Lita Ford song 'Close My Eyes Forever', a duet between Draiman and Lzzy Hale. Geezer Butler and Glenn Hughes also make contributions to songs. Nice to have Disturbed back though.
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10 months ago
SaintDavid
I was in Nottingham on Saturday night as well Mike, covering the Amaranthe/Santa Cruz gig at the Rescue Rooms for the mag. It was packed.....300+ possibly. Last year at the same venue (same time of year actually) Smash Into Pieces were the support and it was great exposure for them....Elize from Amaranthe as you know guests on the new SIP album. The Smash promoter needs a kick up the arse as ther
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11 months ago
SaintDavid
Review in the new issue of Fireworks
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11 months ago
SaintDavid
Great gig at the Academy tonight but a piss poor turnout. Henning Basse did a good vocal job. The set included 2 Dream Evil songs and 2 Firewind songs, along with an Ozzy cover and some excellent songs from the 'I Am The Fire' album.
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1 year ago
SaintDavid
Been listening to lots of music, inbetween doing reviews, created by so-called 'Supergroups'. Whether they be classed as actual bands or projects put together by a record label. Which Supergroup project is considered to be the first? I remember watching the UK TV show Swap Shop in the mid 70s and they put together bands featuring recognised artists....I think one contained Cozy Powell, Dave Edmun
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1 year ago
SaintDavid
London, Club Surya October 20 Manchester, Castle Hotel October 21 Birmingham, Hare & Hounds October 22 Liverpool, Parr Street Studios October 23
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1 year ago
SaintDavid
Carlos Cavazo?
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1 year ago
SaintDavid
Pop Evil and Age of Days both fantastic!!
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1 year ago
SaintDavid
Yep, Stone as in Staffordshire
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1 year ago
SaintDavid
The band are playing tonight, at Granvilles in Stone. The will be airing several songs to be included on the new studio album.
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1 year ago
SaintDavid
Great album, everything the new BSC album isn't. Interviewing Zain from Anti Mortem in half an hour.
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1 year ago
SaintDavid
Pop Evil were really good, only got half an hour but made quite an impact. Vocals got lost a bit in the mix at times. Got the crowd going though. The less said about second support band the better....
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1 year ago
SaintDavid
22. FFDP
Five Finger Death Punch show at the Academy in Manchester tonight was brilliant....must have been 700 degrees in there though
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1 year ago
SaintDavid
I reckon if he can break into UK radio we could see a change style of Michael Bolton proportions
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1 year ago
SaintDavid
First time at a Daughtry gig. Thought the best songs from 'Baptized' were chosen. I was hoping for more than 16 songs though.
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1 year ago
SaintDavid
Obviously that last post should have said 'without all the screaming women'. Not even had a drink.
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1 year ago
SaintDavid
Enjoyed the gig but could have done with all the screaming women. Hell, even some of the men were screaming like women. As for the constant shouting at Chris to remove his top.........roll on Five Finger Death Punch next week. Though it's another sold out show I'm guessing the audience will be of a slightly different nature!
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1 year ago
SaintDavid
Pretty much more of the same really. If you liked the debut you'll like this. Looking forward to the UK tour in April. Really enjoyed the debut album by support band Smash Into Pieces.
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2 years ago
SaintDavid
I know that the terms & conditions of the security policy were adhered to, I checked. The way it was all handled is the thing that annoys me the most. Posts on this noticeboard the night before the gig indicated the Circle would be closed so the box office was contacted and they advised that the tickets were still relevant. Being told that the decision was made just 15 minutes before the door
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2 years ago
SaintDavid
Despite an utterly stunning TSO show I still feel the need to vent a degree of anger regarding the debacle surrounding tickets. Obviously I'd seen the posts on the noticeboard on Thursday regarding suspicions connected to the closing of the Circle for the Friday TSO performance but no indication had been given by the Apollo and no contact had been made by Live Nation/Ticketmaster to advise of cha
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2 years ago
SaintDavid
So how does it work at Manchester then. I rejected several attempts to sell me tickets in stalls and eventually got 2 dead centre of the front row of the front circle. I wanted to see the show in all its glory and also make sure my partner could see....always a problem for girls at gigs I know, whe all the blokes are six foot plus. If they are still using seats in the stalls at The Apollo how are
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