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9 days ago
SavageAnimal
Hot in the Shade tour kicked major butt - Kiss, Winger, and Slaughter triple bill 1990.
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10 days ago
SavageAnimal
you would have a heck of an album if you took the best 2 or 3 songs from each and combined them. a lot of filler in those albums.
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6 weeks ago
SavageAnimal
"Sullivan" is one of the best rock songs of the 90's i believe
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2 months ago
SavageAnimal
Not your traditional melodic rock band, but I have their '59 Sound and Handwritten albums, both are pretty damn good!
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2 months ago
SavageAnimal
Saigon Kick at the Rathskellar in Boston circa 1995. Some intoxicated guy climbed on stage mid-song (Suzi) and went towards Chris McLernon. The whole band simultaneously stopped playing, and Jason Bieler threw down his guitar and wailed on the guy for a couple seconds until security intervened and pulled the guy offstage. After collecting themselves they resumed the song where it left off and del
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3 months ago
SavageAnimal
Not sure you can classify his recent offerings as "rock". His albums "Declaration" and "All About Love" from about 10 years ago are outstanding melodic rock discs however.
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5 months ago
SavageAnimal
8 song setlist - Bret should be ashamed of himself
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5 months ago
SavageAnimal
Hardline??
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6 months ago
SavageAnimal
Waltham and/or USA!USA!USA! Also how about Mike Tramp Enuff Z Nuff - don't those guys live in Chicago?
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7 months ago
SavageAnimal
Anybody seen this? Is it worth shelling out $80 for?
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9 months ago
SavageAnimal
I've noticed this trend where a lot of nostalgia bands are charging top dollar and playing short 12-13 song sets. Hall and Oates and Pat Benatar are two other offenders....rip off in my opinion. At least go out there and give the fans 90 minutes.
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10 months ago
SavageAnimal
Noticed a trend by which a band's 3rd album often is their pinnacle in terms of creativity and musical quality, even though it might not be their most commercially successful. Some examples: Poison - Flesh and blood Warrant - Dog Eat Dog Winger - Pull Lillian Axe - Psycho Saigon Kick - Water With all the above, there was a dropoff in quality after album #3, almost like they ran out of n
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11 months ago
SavageAnimal
Native Tongue had some great tunes - favorites are Blind Faith and Ride Child Ride - great guitar work on this album
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11 months ago
SavageAnimal
Winger Pull definitely an underrated classic - Junkyard Dog, Who's the One, Spell I'm Under - all great great songs - very similar to Warrant Dog Eat Dog in that their best work was on their least successful album
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1 year ago
SavageAnimal
Great album. Really all 4 of the Danger Danger albums with Ted Poley are great albums. Cockroach and Revolve every bit as good as the first two.
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1 year ago
SavageAnimal
Nope, no one has or probably ever will deliver a power ballad like Bach.
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1 year ago
SavageAnimal
Here is another nice find for the Michigan crowd...Collective Soul and King's X...best of all its free http://www.starsandstripesfest.com/budweiser-national-stage-2/
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1 year ago
SavageAnimal
LA guns - electric gypsy Winger - time to surrender Liilian Axe - true believer Kings x - lost in germany
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1 year ago
SavageAnimal
agreed on Dog Eat Dog, an underrated gem, strong all the way through with no filler to be found, even though it doesn't have any "hits"
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1 year ago
SavageAnimal
Bone Machine was raw and the real deal and are still some of my favorite CDs to listen to. Saw Bone Machine live twice in Jersey in 94/95, and still have both those shows on a bootleg VHS tape that I bought from some guy who called himself "the staten island stud"
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1 year ago
SavageAnimal
never mind just saw the viper room setlist on the web, pretty good stuff, all from first 2 CDs: New World Suzy Coming Home Peppermint Tribe Down by the Ocean The Lizard Dear Prudence (The Beatles cover) Colors God of 42nd Street All I Want Ugly What You Say World Goes Round All Alright Hostile Youth My Dog Month of Sundays My Life Love Is On The Way What D
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1 year ago
SavageAnimal
"One for rock n roll" by Cinderella
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1 year ago
SavageAnimal
can you post the set list?
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1 year ago
SavageAnimal
Steelheart "I just wanna rock n roll" I think is the title off first album
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1 year ago
SavageAnimal
LiveNation is the worst. Was looking at Hall & Oates tickets for Atlanta, ticket price of $55 plus $18 fees for a total of $73....ridiculous
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1 year ago
SavageAnimal
Lillian Axe (80s/90s version) Enuff Z Nuff Kings X Saigon Kick Tyketto Waltham / USAUSAUSA
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1 year ago
SavageAnimal
the first 5 tracks on Rise Up are sensational, but then the rest of it tails off and is somewhat forgettable to me. I thought the debut was more consistently solid start to finish.
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1 year ago
SavageAnimal
Andrew, what do you have planned for the set lengths? Ie. 90 minutes for headliners, 75 minutes for act before headliner, etc
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1 year ago
SavageAnimal
as does W.E.T.
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1 year ago
SavageAnimal
Would love to see a weekend headlining trio of Tyketto, W.E.T, and Harem Scarem (playing a set that includes Mood Swings in its entirety).
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