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10 days ago
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I assume you will bringing plenty of MRR product to Chicago so we can load up then, correct?
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6 weeks ago
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Funny how this happens, but it often does on this board. Someone mentions an album and you can bet at least one of us just listened to it, as well. In this case, I had Can't Get There... in my car last week and still think it is their most solid front to back. Laid back yes, but it is the only one I still regularly play from Great White.
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8 weeks ago
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Thoroughly enjoy this disc.I don't have any of their earlier material, because the albums sounded hit or miss, but there are some great tracks hidden. If they were on iTunes I would add a few more to my collection, but this CD is really good start to finish.
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2 months ago
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Just ordered mine from their website. $15 shipping included. After listening to the tracks on their site, I think I like all but one or two, but out of 20 I can't complain. Most of it sounds great! Definitely better than Synergy, which I did like but wasn't as strong as the previous couple. Looking forward to seeing them again at MRF4. they are one of the most entertaining bands I have e
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2 months ago
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I like this one just as much, from the same CD: Shape the Invisible
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2 months ago
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They actually are the worst self-promoters I have seen. I saw them on their tour with journey and Pat Benatar. They didn't even mention they had a new Cd out. It turns out, they even had it for sale at the show - in only one of the stalls, sitting on the counter, behind the salesperson, under the shirts. Fortunately, I happened to notice the Cd in the back and asked what it was. the salesper
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2 months ago
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The '02 Cd is caller Spirit Dancer and has some wonderful tracks. The title track was co-written with Jim Peterik as a memorial to Van Stephensen. One Night in New Orleans is also excellent. Thanks for sharing about the new CD. It is a definite must buy, as I think all of their albums are terrific. I am fortunate to have seen them live twice, and they sounded very good. The harmonies al
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2 months ago
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Got to go with the Boston track. I know it is not a fan favorite, but I really like the Walk On album quite a bit.
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2 months ago
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It's not actually in New York, but Vintage Vinyl in Edison, NJ is the best store for our type of music I have ever seen. They have thousands upon thousands of our type of CD's and a huge vinyl section, as well.
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2 months ago
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Since people responded well to the tip about Sunstrike, and someone else brought up the excellent Free Spirit, here is another. For fans of Crazy Lixx and Crashdiet, check out Confess. Their Cd called "Jail" flew completely under the radar. It is high energy sleaze rock. Love it. I can only imagine how good a follow up could be if produced by Chris Laney. Here's a link to the
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2 months ago
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Free Spirit is also excellent. It was another one that came out of the blue and surprised me by how great it is and how little coverage it got. That was the one that hadn't left the CD player until the Sunstrike came in. Andrew, perhaps it is time to dig a little deeper into the new releases than those on Frontiers or established acts. There is some great stuff out there that desperately ne
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2 months ago
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Wow! This is really good. I listened to this and the new HEAT the same day, and while the HEAT is surely excellent, I enjoy the Sunstrike a little better. I hope the new Brother Firetribe is this good.
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2 months ago
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Does the album sound better enough than the YouTube tracks to justify the purchase? Really like a number of the tracks, especially The Hills Have Eyes, and if they sound better than what I have it's a must buy. If there is little noticeable difference, I will save the cash and enjoy what I have.
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2 months ago
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Saw him on the H&N tour in 88 or 89. It was a strange bill with LA Guns, who I had actually gone to see. While LA Guns were very good, Billy Squire was fantastic. I would definitely like to see him live again.
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3 months ago
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No email for me either.
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3 months ago
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Their most consistent album to date. While there is no absolute masterpiece on this one like "land of broken dreams" from sultans of sin,every song on this new one is better than every other song on the last one.
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3 months ago
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Good one!!!
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3 months ago
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I was just thinking about this last night as I was reading Dee Snider's autobiography (a great read BTW). Twisted Sister have never played anything live from Love is For Suckers. Though it was written as a Dee Snider solo record, it did come out under the Twisted Sister moniker and has several songs more than worthy of being played live. I have always thought Wake Up The Sleeping Giant would b
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4 months ago
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If you watch the video on the main page at about the 8:30 mark, the camera pans all around the arena. There are about 20 people standing around. That's sad. No bad deserves that. I live nearby and saw the marque, but I wasn't going to sit through a football game to see a concert. It's a bit of a shame, because when I saw Jack at M3 (second stage) he was very good.
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4 months ago
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Both of those are great, but Midnight Dynamite is still my favorite by a good margin. Every song is great. When this came out and I lived outside of Baltimore. When the local radio station would do its "Top ten at Ten" Cold Shower was number one for four months. The bass line on that one gets my blood pumping every time, and Walking Away is simply one of my favorite power ballads eve
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4 months ago
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What happened to their deal with Frontiers records? They put out the Live CD a year or so ago and promised the new studio album would be forthcoming. Then nothing until this Loud & proud announcement. Any info?
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4 months ago
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32 - better than I thought! They should have had a question about fighting on music notice boards!
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4 months ago
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I definitely enjoy Astra, but I am likely in the minority by saying my favorite Asia album start to finish is Alpha. I can't find a filler in the mix, whereas the first and third albums have some tremendous tracks but a few fillers, as well. One of my favorite ballads of all time is Asia's "The Last To Know" from Alpha. I also think it has the best cover art.
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4 months ago
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Three posts in the same day, this must be a record for me. I just got home and was listening to the new Axel Rudy Pell CD for the first time, and I have to say it SOUNDS immense. We have had previous discussions of how production can hurt an album, but this is a case of the production really helping an album. As Andrew's review staed, you know what you will get with ARP as far as an album g
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4 months ago
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OK, here's where I open myself up for some serious criticism... I liked that first Wilson Phillips album. I remember seeing the video for Hold On in college and loving the sound. Then it didn't seem to hit the radio for close to a year. I was thrilled when it did. Of course, the radio stations and MTV proceeded to run the album into the ground and the following albums never measured up. H
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4 months ago
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It is April Fool's Day...
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4 months ago
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A suggestion, not a complaint Andrew, I'll start by saying I look forward to your reviews and appreciate the time that goes into writing a comprehensive review. The text always provides a guide I can take to heart and matches the soundbites. Even if I don't agree based on taste, I can see where you are coming from. It is the score that sometimes seems out of balance with your actual review
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4 months ago
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A must buy for me. I think I have all of the tracks in original form but am looking forward to the remasters. However, I agree with Bruce, for such a fantastic sounding and classy album that is about the worst artwork I have seen in years. Rather than looking LOUD, it looks CHEAP. But like I said, its the music that counts and I will most certainly be picking it up (I just may print my own a
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4 months ago
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Whether we consider these latter day versions of the band "real" or not misses one important point; if they are good, why not support them? As long as the ticket price is reasonable, I'll always be there to rock out to some great music.
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5 months ago
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I'm not a huge fan, though I have been to two shows in full make up (Peter Chris). I have always found their albums to be inconsistent with several great tracks and a bunch that simply were not. Therefore, I don't have ten whole albums I can rate. I used to have every Kiss album, but have passed many along over the years. Albums: 1. Destroyer 2. Crazy Nights 3. Asylum 4. Kiss 5. Love Gu
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