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7 weeks ago
chrisbrooks
Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I can't think of any other band where a singer has > left on the verge of an album release and then the > next singer has left on the verge of an album > release. I can! Jeff Scott Soto left Yngwie right before Marching Out was released. Mark Boals took over and toured (and did THAT video) for it in '85.
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7 weeks ago
chrisbrooks
I think it's called Lawyer Blues these days.
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2 months ago
chrisbrooks
Holy overmixed kickdrum.
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2 months ago
chrisbrooks
Very cool. Moving with the times is essential and re-evaluation is a big part of that. I know you'll kick ass. Micro-niching is a successful way to do business in this age. You don't have to be all things to all people. Just be the thing that people can't get anywhere else. When you consider the origins of the MR site, niche and unique is exactly what it was and what brought the audience. U
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2 months ago
chrisbrooks
doggy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Interesting note about Pseudo Echo, Brian the > vocalist refuses to sign the Race album. In his " > That when we sold out for US market". I once got to tell him that the "Over Tomorrow" solo was a big high school influence and he responded with "Why? it's just a bunch of pentatonic bull
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2 months ago
chrisbrooks
That was parody levels of lame.
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3 months ago
chrisbrooks
standing-hampton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The only rumour I have heard is that he's had a > sex change and is thinking of forming a Paula > Abdul tribute show Straight up now tell me
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4 months ago
chrisbrooks
standing-hampton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I fear the worse regarding a cancellation > You fear the complete obvious!
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4 months ago
chrisbrooks
JSS2 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That my friend, is the dumbest thing anyone could > say! You need to dig into Talisman, WET, my solo > stuff, Takara, etc., I dont take the bait that > easily but them's fighting words, I pride myself > as a damn good songwriter and partner, notice 95% > of my songs I write are written with others...wak
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5 months ago
chrisbrooks
Never heard this song before, but I hear a drum machine and Randy Jackson.
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5 months ago
chrisbrooks
"Here Comes The Night" - Europe. The lyrics weren't quite refined on the LeBaron Boys demo but Joey went for some notes he'd never hit before and the guitar solo had a teensy bit more loose vibe too.
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6 months ago
chrisbrooks
"Not that Kind of Guy" from Against The Law is one of my favourite VH songs :p
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6 months ago
chrisbrooks
rickyboy999 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I thought he still had some songwriting chops in > him......what's going on? It doesn't mean they performed them the way he wrote them.
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6 months ago
chrisbrooks
Totally understandable. Bands at that level are often still working day jobs, touring on vacation time, spending salaries on keeping everything together and the members are reaching ages where it's no longer fun to piss away time and money on diminishing returns - that's what your 20s are for. You can't retire on a zero balance and sometimes the best way to win the game is to stop playing it.
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7 months ago
chrisbrooks
Aussie Dave Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What do you recommend mate? I've heard the > Breaking In Chains album as well as Under Lock And > Key and Tooth And Nail. Besides the big singles, > nothing else grabbed me. That's why I only own > their best of album. JB Hifi used to sell the first 5 albums (I think it was 5 - up until Beast from
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7 months ago
chrisbrooks
The Don Dokken album for me - on most counts. Two songs less would have tightened it up a bit, and I wish the production had been more rough, not so slick and smooth. I think the sonics just flattened it out a bit too much and in that department, Lynch Mob made the bigger statement. Billy White and John Norum were a powerhouse together, but George's guitar tone took no prisoners.
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7 months ago
chrisbrooks
I thought the album was crushing. Crushing the life out of me with every passing minute, that is.
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8 months ago
chrisbrooks
I loved Naive too. I wish there had been a third album so that we could have seen a conclusion to the "Tales of King Solitude". Fredrik's solos had a killer John Norum thing going on.
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9 months ago
chrisbrooks
Greta van flee.
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9 months ago
chrisbrooks
Greta van Flee.
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11 months ago
chrisbrooks
Fuck those same 4 chords in the chorus. Anyone who uses them in this day and age is a cookie cutter, not a songwriter.
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11 months ago
chrisbrooks
Figge Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Wait....I don't get it. > > A couple of posters here say they love or prefer > OOTW, but complains about the production on PIP? > Cheesy production....really? > > I'm puzzled about that, to say the least. :-D > > > // Figge You're puzzled about people liking different things?
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11 months ago
chrisbrooks
TFC is more iconic but I love OOTW more and Kee's solos are 100% win. I wish they'd had their way with more guitars on the album but Ron Nevison wanted it slick. I would like PiP a lot more if they'd released their original vision for the album instead of the label-forced co-writes and cheesy production.
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11 months ago
chrisbrooks
I don't think it's about being overly discerning, but because we're immersed in the language of this music, it's pattern recognition. The element of surprise in any genre goes away when you know it so well. Someone can do an admirable job but still be one step behind the listener's ears instead of in front of them.
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12 months ago
chrisbrooks
Smug novelty cover. Quantized and autotuned into bland accuracy doesn't exactly scream swing.
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1 year ago
chrisbrooks
The rhythm section is tight as fuck. I'd go see that.
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1 year ago
chrisbrooks
I still want Mangini to have his day with an awesome drum sound and presence in the mix. The old albums used to be very Portnoy-friendly and, despite being arguably a more complete drummer, Mangini has been relegated to a background sound so far.
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1 year ago
chrisbrooks
Eww. Flat in the verse and sharp in the chorus. Some people should stop believin'.
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1 year ago
chrisbrooks
Help (Beatles) - John Farnham Action (The Sweet) - Nelson (sorry Steve Stevens and Def Leppard) Wuthering Heights (Kate Bush) - Angra Gates of Babylon (Rainbow) - Yngwie Malmsteen
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