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3 months ago
Hootchietoad
I'm a huge Extreme and Extreme side band fan and I loved Pats debut from 2014. Great album front to back, even if it was a straight up collaboration with Bleu. Like Troy, I pledged for this one, not knowing it was an EP...which wouldn't matter to me if this was as good as the debut. For me this new one is okay to meh. The cameos from Gary and Justin don't make up for lack of great material. A
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3 months ago
Hootchietoad
Great album, noticed they had a team of writers however. Saw them at a sold out club show this week and was blown away. Luke Spiller was a blend of 70's era Freddie Mercury, Rod Stewart and Steven Tyler (and kinda looks like a a mix of Freddie and Joan Jett.) He had the crowd in the palm of his hand from the get go. I left very impressed and my buddy went in with zero expectations but left with a
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8 months ago
Hootchietoad
Preferred California Breed, much more dynamic and exciting.
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10 months ago
Hootchietoad
Doug Wolfgang Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > A few decent tunes...zero of which blow my skirt > up. Ditto
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1 year ago
Hootchietoad
exactly
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1 year ago
Hootchietoad
I agree.
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1 year ago
Hootchietoad
What's disappointing is they start the Whitesnake tour 5 days after I see it.
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2 years ago
Hootchietoad
He has been boring ever since he was "legitimized" by the RNR Hall Of Fame.
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2 years ago
Hootchietoad
Great setlist,smart to stay clear of her last few albums which are clunkers on the whole.
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2 years ago
Hootchietoad
I loved Playground, favorite album of 05, and upon first listen to the new one I was underwhelmed as well. However, I can't stop playing it now and I think it ranks among his best. Every song is solid, virtually no filler. I like how the lyrics tell his story. Stevens playing is definitely there, little nuances throughout. When you think about it, Playground sticks out compared to the rest of his
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2 years ago
Hootchietoad
Good album, better than what the Smoke has to offer for me.
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2 years ago
Hootchietoad
Far from Teslas best, but easily head and shoulders above Forevermore.
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2 years ago
Hootchietoad
I failed to mention in my post that Gary hasn't sounded this good for a long time, imo.
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2 years ago
Hootchietoad
I've listened twice through and gotta say it is one of the best non-Extreme albums by any of them. Everything on it is in Gary's wheelhouse...balls out rockers and acoustic ballads. I had already played the hell out of Rock n Roll Cliche and Hello I Must Be Going...now I'll do the same to no less than 4 others over the coming days, mainly the epic Where Do We Go From Here which is a song of the y
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2 years ago
Hootchietoad
Well, no question he wanted the alternative modern rock thing. Don't get me wrong I love all of Nuno's solo stuff (though Dramagods was his weakest and most blatant attempt IMO), but it would be hilarious if Pat had some sort of success with one of the several catchy tunes on the album. Hey, crazier things have happened.
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2 years ago
Hootchietoad
Great album. Funny that Pat has the catchy, hook filled album Nuno tried for and never got for years.
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2 years ago
Hootchietoad
Albums 1 - Dressed To Kill 2 - Dynasty 3 - Ace Frehley 4 - Lick It Up 5 - Rock & Roll Over 6 - Revenge 7 - Love GunĀ  8 - Destroyer 9 - Unmasked 10 - Asylum Songs 1 - C'mon and Love Me 2 - Hard Times 3 - Rip It Out 4 - Lick It Up 5 - Makin Love 6 - Unholy 7 - I Stole Your Love 8 - Detroit Rock City 9 - Is That You 10 - Who Wants To Be Lonely
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2 years ago
Hootchietoad
Hey, to each their own. I know the guy has a diehard following, so hence his sold out shows and ability to shill as much crap a Gene Simmons. As for his sound...does nothing for me. He is filling a void for middle aged white guys looking for a "contemporary blues sound". Can he play? Sure. I've attempted to get into his last few solo albums and they leave me as flat as Kevin Shirley's p
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2 years ago
Hootchietoad
The most narcissistic guy around it seems...especially for someone with such a vanilla sound. What's his signature song again? Just as I thought, crickets.
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3 years ago
Hootchietoad
I'll give you that his last two solo albums, Peace Sign and 24 Hours, had more noodling than I prefer. However, the four previous: Go Faster, Into The Black, Get Up and Change, are virtually shred free, no overplaying, just great everything across the board. Anyone who doesn't expect shredding or overplaying from all three members on the Winery Dogs should just move along.
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3 years ago
Hootchietoad
Well, Richie has been the King of my music world for the past 15 years. He is without a doubt the total package: great songs, great voice and great player. Those who only know him for shredding are really missing the boat.
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3 years ago
Hootchietoad
Out May 1 in Japan under the moniker The Winery Dogs.
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3 years ago
Hootchietoad
Starting with the Right Turn EP several years ago, the new album continues in that vibe. Personally I love what he is doing.
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3 years ago
Hootchietoad
The Hey Hello project is great. Mutation stuff, not so much.
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4 years ago
Hootchietoad
I'm a HUGE Sass fan. Her best work, as most others mentioned, is Rats, followed by Racine. The S.U.N. project is fantastic as well. Her late '90's stuff, Present & Hot Gossip, was more poppy...like she was going after that Lilith Fair crowd. Didn't work and she confused the fanbase she had built with her rock albums. The following two albums, Get What You Give and From Dusk Til Dawn are more
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5 years ago
Hootchietoad
Hmmm' I am a fanboy and am having a hard time with the new disc. Two misses in a row for me, Peace Sign was lackluster as well. But of course lackluster RK is better than 99% of everything else out there.
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5 years ago
Hootchietoad
First CD was good, but longwinded. No need for a pop rock band to have 6 songs over 5 minutes long. They need an editor to tighten things up.
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5 years ago
Hootchietoad
Sounds like BCC 1 leftovers to me.
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5 years ago
Hootchietoad
I just gave it a listen from beginning to end. I prefer it over dead silence, but it is definitely background music. Revelations was head and shoulders above this.
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5 years ago
Hootchietoad
Reminds me of Tribe, and that's not a good thing.
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