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4 days ago
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Onlt Ratt album I didn't like...oh, and collage!
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5 weeks ago
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Would love to hear some new Dreamhunter. They put out two surprisingly good albums on Z Records years ago. With some better production, they would be classics. As is, they are still great.
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2 months ago
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None of the three have done anything for me, and I was a huge fan through Painkiller. The have sounded good since the reunion, but the songs and production keep letting them down.
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2 months ago
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Saw Lzzy in concert, and she is just as good live as on record. Same for Within Temptation and Amaranthe. BTW - saw a great double bill last year with Amaranthe opening for Within Temptation. In April I get to see Delain open for Nightwish. Been a great couple of years for me and the ladies!
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2 months ago
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Most recent perfect album for me was Within Temptation's Hydra.
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2 months ago
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Agreed - Candle in the Window is my favorite of his solo output. Great album throughout.
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2 months ago
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I liked the previous "new" version, and while I thought some of the griping was a bit much, I have to agree with all of the above. This combines the best of the old and the new very well. It works. This is definitely a winner. Everyone should be happy. Nice job, and thanks for being so responsive to those of us who made suggestions. Terrific customer service.
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3 months ago
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We're they done by Rock Candy?
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3 months ago
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Can't imagine paying $60 for raw fish... :)
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3 months ago
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Can't imagine calling "Frederiksen Denander - Baptism By Fire" West Coast AOR. It's a great melodic rock record in my book. I always think of very mellow stuff like Adolfo posted above.
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3 months ago
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I am drawing a blank at the moment, but I met a guy at MRF4 who said he or his brother was Ratt's manager. He was over by Andrew's table, maybe during Mitch malloy's set. He was with one of the bands, because he was behind the table. We talked for awhile. He swore there would be another RATT album. Does this ring any bells for you, Andrew?
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3 months ago
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12. Y&T 10
This is a big question mark for me. I like Y&T and think they are great live, but I have never been able to get into 10. It is the only CD I have purchased THREE TIMES! I kept thinking I was missing something and it would click, but it never did - and I'm NOT buying it a fourth time. :) Favorite is Down for the Count, but all of their albums have some very good songs. Next to Summertim
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3 months ago
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Good call, that is a terrific album. I think I'll listen to that next. For me, I can get it down to about 10: Scarecrow - Avantasia The Very Best of Chris Deburgh Blackhawk's Greatest Hits Smoke & Mirrors - Lifehouse Devotion - Mark Spiro (which I didn't even like when I first heard it!) Anthology - Don Williams Generation Wild - Crash Diet Let Your Love Flow: 20 Years of Hits -
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3 months ago
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I would love have a good copy of the Don Barnes solo album. You can find most of the tracks on Youtube, but a complete album would be great. I have asked Andrew to post it on MRX, and he said he would, but I must have missed it (hint, hint, nudge, nudge...).
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3 months ago
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I really hate it when singers put themselves out there for hire. They jump from band to band, seemingly looking for a paycheck. They take away from any one band having an identity and lose their own identity in the process. David Reece is just the latest in a long line of "go to" replacements. We all know who they are. Its a shame really, because they are usually good singers in th
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3 months ago
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A few that haven't been mentioned that I think are great: Ronnie Atkins (Pretty Maids - sounds like two completely different singers, can do very heavy and very melodic) Zac Stevens (Savatage - Check out Handful of Rain CD: amazing) Andi Deris (Helloween - Better than Raw, 7 Sinners CD: incredible) Tom Englund (Evergrey - Torn, Glorious Collision: dark but so powerful) Piet Sielck
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3 months ago
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I have also thought that there were a lot of repeat bands over the years, so I made a quick table (ok, it took longer than I thought) to check. The festival has been running for 7 years (including 2015). Here is the scoop on M3 trivia: 1) A total of 72 bands have played the M3 Festival since it began in 2009. 2) Only 5 bands (Whitesnake, Scorpions, Loudness, Europe, and Krokus) have been
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3 months ago
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Hey Andrew, I just completed the redesign of a new website for my company, as the previous site was eight years old. I figured it would take about 90 days. It took eight months, and the kicker is we are already putting together a growing list of updates for phase two (which will cost even more money and time)! I was told by my developer to have the site go live, let visitors play with i
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4 months ago
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One of my favorites, too. I actually think it is one of Lou's best vocal performances.
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4 months ago
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Surprised there isn't more love for Within Temptation. Albums 1) Hydra - Within Temptation 2) Tearing Down The Walls - HEAT 3) All the Shades of Darkened Light - Free Spirit Honorable mention: Spectrum - 7th Heaven Rock Your World - Sunstrike Kings & Queens of the Underground - Billy Idol Songs 1) And We Run - Within Temptation 2) In the City - 7th Heaven Honorable
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4 months ago
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Sunstrike wins it for me too. Great fun melodic rock with a little bit of a kick.
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5 months ago
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No doubt one of the best bands I have seen. Even on a bad night when Steve had an awful cold they still rocked it. I think I have seen them live more than any other band. If you get the chance, DO NOT MISS THEM!
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5 months ago
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Don't know about NYC, but if you hop over to New Jersey, we have two. The first is Vintage Vinyl in Edison. It has a huge selection (1000's of titles) of our type of music (melodic rock and metal) - mostly new and full price. Their used section is hit or miss and tend to be more radio friendly, but I have scored a few gems. Vintage Vinyl The second is the Princeton Record Exchange. It i
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6 months ago
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For me it is a couple of factors. 1) I know I am more critical. I have heard enough really good music that I know what is possible. The more great stuff I hear, the less patience I have for what doesn't measure up. 2) When companies like Frontiers pump stuff out over and over using the same song writers and producers, it all sounds the same. The music becomes generic. I don't have to l
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6 months ago
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Looks like they are giving STYX a run for their money in the live rehash market. However, no one is ever going to catch Whitesnake (I hope!)
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6 months ago
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This not meant to be piling on, but I do understand Hot Sauce's frustration (though he/she does come on pretty strong). I love this site and check it every day (have since about 2000 and will continue to do so). Unfortunately, I normally read Andrew's reviews for entertainment (in the good sense), just like his year end recaps. I enjoy his perspective and incorporate it into my purchasing choi
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6 months ago
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I am on the fence about picking it up, but everyone's comments have me intrigued. Jorn's stuff has been boring for years (IMO), but if it is anything like Hourglass or the ST Materplan, I'm in. On a related note, I must be in the minority, but I think the first Masterplan is much better than the second (though definitely good).
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6 months ago
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My favorite CD of the year so far, as well. Fortunate to see them with Amaranthe opening (also very good) in New York a couple of weeks ago (see thread somewhere below). Fantastic show. I enjoyed WT's previous Cd. It had several truly standout tracks. Hydra is all standout tracks. Here is a great live version of Edge of the World. You can tell how really good they are. Her voice is stunn
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6 months ago
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Was all set to close the window, because it was doing nothing for me. Then the chorus snuck in. This could actually be good. Will have to listen at home on my good speakers as opposed to these cheap ones at work.
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6 months ago
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In the now immortal words of Rocket Raccoon, "Ohhh...YEEAAHH!!!"
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