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bmg
super - thanks for heads up drowningdeep - prefer the 'in my World' song but am not complaining
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7 days ago
bmg
Well if Mutt Lang or Jeff Lynne are producing I am immediately interested. My best friend bought the first Romeos Daughter album because it was produced by Mutt Lang - and a fine album it was
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17 days ago
bmg
Is that the same T Mills from Shy? Sounds awful to these ears IMHO. yes really - too high pitched or something
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29 days ago
bmg
Most Interesting Ken and big thanks. Those comments from Rick Savage, kind of put it all in perspective. I was nuts about Leppard around Hysteria era - My friend and I couldnt wait for it to be released and we got friendly with a local record store owner and arranged to call at his house to get the album on the Sunday night before its official release the next day - good times. SOme of the
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4 weeks ago
bmg
now think the album is brill - Andrew's 100% review was spot on
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6 weeks ago
bmg
I'm glad to see some recent reviews from Andrew - we wont all agree and thats what makes this noticeboard interesting I understand him giving Eclipse's lastest album 100% - in the 80s I would have been a fanboy - I really do think they tick all the boxes . . . . . well almost - I just wish they would let their music breathe - no I am not expecting ballads - but if they could slow it down once
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6 weeks ago
bmg
Anyway I'm glad to see some recent reviews from Andrew - we wont all agree and thats what makes it interesting I understand him giving Eclipse's lastest album 100% - in the 80s I would have been a fanboy - I really do think they tick all the boxes . . . . . well almost - I just wish they would let their music breathe - no I am not expecting ballads - but if they could slow it down once or twic
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6 weeks ago
bmg
u r right big T - although some albums I do focus on
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6 weeks ago
bmg
I'll just say that with Tyketto's latest album I added zero of the songs to my favourites Spotify playlist BUT with J Russells Great White I added quite a few also added some from DRNs latest album FAD to my faves playlist just saying - have fully listened thorougly to any of the above albums but just skim through them add the favourites to my playlist other recent additions are
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7 weeks ago
bmg
just clicked on that link - what a song - I have heard it loads of time before - but never noticed how good the drumming was before
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7 weeks ago
bmg
well said and nicely worded and powerfully spoken, Deuce
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8 weeks ago
bmg
Hi Terry - I dont know about all their albums - I just loved 'Once Bitten', especially the songs 'Rock Me', 'Lady Red Light', 'Face the Day' (FTD was maybe only on some versions of the album) BUT BUT BUT listen to 'ANGEL SONG' and 'SAVE YOUR LOVE' - not sure what albums those two are from but they are so, so, so, CLASSSSSSSSSS. just away to relisten to them myself - again
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8 weeks ago
bmg
Once Bitten for me - Jack is The Voice - the latest album sounds good so far
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8 weeks ago
bmg
yes - I miss the reviews - in fact I find i am now generally only visiting this website for this message board forum - sorry if my honesty annoys anyone - see it as constructive criticism
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8 weeks ago
bmg
just sounds exacty like . .er . . John Cougar Mellencamp of 30 years ago never really liked his stuff after the American Fool album
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2 months ago
bmg
i was surprised how much I liked the song - I thought HoL were sort of drifting in a Magnum-like 'no hook or melody' direction over the last few years - guess this song proves me wrong - its also quite a clever / different song - melodic but quite unique
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2 months ago
bmg
Hi Don The Free Spirit stuff is amazing - it is certainly very Def Leppardish If the likes of Kiss, Dokken, Ratt or Motley Crue could produce music like this they would never be out of the charts. Where are Free Spirit from? Have they been around for long? Why do so few people seem to know about them? thanks bro
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2 months ago
bmg
Sorry T - never heard of them. We used to have the Brittannia music Club here in the 80s - and we would send off for various albums - my buddy selected an album by a group we had never heard of before called Bon Jovi (first album) and an album by an artist called Bryan Adams (reckless) - after that we just went Rock mad - good ol days u maybe had similar experiences with BMG
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2 months ago
bmg
Not me - I'm in N Ireland
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2 months ago
bmg
Hi Don - thanks for tip re Free Spirit - must check that out - maybe Hysteria has some serious competition after all. And thks Rkbluez - must check out S Empire too - 'Roll Over Hysteria'!? Also think bands like Cruzh and JR's Great White and Creye and Wild Souls and Signal and Mike Tramp's latest and Tokyo Motor Fist would all be up there with Defiants - good stuff - its like being back in
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2 months ago
bmg
I am not saying Hysteria is better than Pyromania - Pyromania was sheer class and the two albums are different and hard to compare to each other. However I wish some band could really match either Pyro or Hysteria - they havent been able to in all these years - and those two albums came out about 30+ or so yrs ago. Please please tell who has matched or bettered these albums - i seriously want
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2 months ago
bmg
I think its safe to say that Defiants is something that is really good but it has all been done and heard before - it has been done well admittedly, but its not too exciting and actually the Defiants album is not the best of the genre. Hysteria has yet to be matched.
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2 months ago
bmg
Well Terry - you certainly got me checking out Defiants with your 'challenge'. RESULT: Defiants - very good hard rock with great melodies and harmonies - it is superb & well above most of the average stuff on this website , however the Defiants album is more from the 'traditional' rock / AOR genre than Hysteria. It seems to lack the intricasies, depth, sopistication, pop sensibilities and
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2 months ago
bmg
sort of a mix of Gary Moore and Mark Knopfler
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2 months ago
bmg
What albums have you bought, that really disappointed you or were not what u expected after reading great reviews? Mine were Poison - Look What The Cat Dragged In Shy - Excess All Areas Styx - Kilroy Was Here OMD - Organisation
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2 months ago
bmg
Hi Figge - great thread - you got me thinking Would go for the following Jars of Clay - Light Gives Heat & Work 2007 Terry Brock - Broken 2010 James Blunt - Best Laid Plans 2010 Barclay James Harvest - Missing You 2010 REM - UBerlin & Oh My Heart 2011 Lady Antebellum - Need You Now 2011 Kacey Musgraves - ????? her whole album Same Trailer . . 2013 Asia - Valky
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2 months ago
bmg
Thanks loads Matt excellent - really enjoyed that song - just brill AOR - hard to say who they sound like - maybe Survivor meets Eclipse meets Heat - something like that, lets say an energised Survivor - or like Pretty Maids (Future World era) wish they were on Spotify - hopefully soon rgs BMG
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2 months ago
bmg
super - thks Hot Sauce soul???????
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2 months ago
bmg
About Time is a class song. Their other songs seem less catchy, but good solid classic rock. They r well above average and I hope to get into them a bit more. Anyway no fillers - consistent quality.
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2 months ago
bmg
i agree with much of the above but have to go for: ELO - Time tops them all - all thriller no filler next up D Leppard - Hysteria / Dare OOTS / Foreigner 4
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