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5 days ago
TOUCH1980
Dig it out fella. Jon Butcher penned many great tunes. My personal fave is the Pictures From The Front album especially the tracks Might As Well Be Free https://youtu.be/e7gFpSRbAC0 Division Street being firm favourites. https://youtu.be/1thL3idqlX4
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5 days ago
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I'm British, i have a great sense of humour & there's very little comedy i don't like. But the Darkness... Never found them funny at all. As Graham Chapman from Monty Python as the Colonel said. Now, nobody likes a good laugh more than I do...except perhaps my wife and some of her friends...oh yes and Captain Johnston. Come to think of it most people likes a good laugh more than I do.
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5 days ago
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Certainly not under-rated in this house. A fantastic band in very respect, damn I love those albums! Thanks for posting that clip Roadie, such a shame the reason why. Here's another clip from the same gig from 1993, Rick really shines on this one. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0uZIbJJE7y0 I'm guessing these clips are from the 'Live! One From The Road DVD. I don't have a copy of thi
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6 days ago
TOUCH1980
Surprised it took 25 minutes ;-) Joking aside, if you love it, good for you.
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6 days ago
TOUCH1980
ZZZzzz
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10 days ago
TOUCH1980
HPSUACE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Any Lostprophets fans here!??! The Mrs & I were but we barely play their stuff any more in light of singer Ian Watkins abhorrent acts. Out of respect for the rest of the band members we decided to keep their music in our collection. Got into them around the time of their 'Start Something' album [2004] which
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14 days ago
TOUCH1980
I thought i'd re post this as a new topic rather than it getting lost in the plethora of posts since the original one. Re Ghost - Prequelle > braintoto Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Listened to it three times already today, but > > I’m not hearing the ABBA influence you > > mentioned. Surprised to hear saxophone and
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14 days ago
TOUCH1980
Original post deleted & re posted as a new topic.
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18 days ago
TOUCH1980
TOUCH1980 wrote: Rather than having a block of forum clogging entries how about this instead. Andrew Perhaps you could delete the singular entries? RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eG9akAe8_8E (Trust - Antisocial...Live) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrxqBbedkEs (Onslaught - In Search Of Dying) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90Lt4mtHbJo&list=PLSRr6x7
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18 days ago
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TOUCH1980 wrote: Rather than having a block of forum clogging entries how about this instead. Andrew Perhaps you could delete the singular entries? RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyrlJmFEojE (White Sister - Straight From The Heart) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Va4h_p9YAhc (Monster Magnet - (Unbroken)/Hotel Baby) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDTUTaF
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18 days ago
TOUCH1980
TOUCH1980 wrote: Rather than having a block of forum clogging entries how about this instead. Andrew Perhaps you could delete the singular entries? RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXFkRS3mZZM (Thin Lizzy - with Love) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDywDR3pnCk (The Last Dance - Once Beautiful) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sO2JPWyz4Mg&list=RDciI49wz1
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19 days ago
TOUCH1980
Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Got the Arena from the merch desk at their St > Helens gig in April. Bloody 'ell Carl, you went to a gig? ;-) Looking forward to hearing the Spock's Beard & the Ghost album's.
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19 days ago
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Lynchomaniac Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Daredevil Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > TOUCH1980 Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > > > Kansas - Power [1990] > > > > Power was released in 1986. A gre
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19 days ago
TOUCH1980
Lynchomaniac Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Daredevil Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > TOUCH1980 Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > > > Kansas - Power [1990] > > > > Power was released in 1986. A gre
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20 days ago
TOUCH1980
Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Must dig that Terrell album Stef, haven't played > it for years. Play 'Souls Of Pirates', top tune, sounds great on a quality Hi-Fi.
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20 days ago
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Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > T Ride, not me who recommended it Stef as I never > was able to get into it so wouldn't have praised > it. Just listened to 4 songs on Youtube and > nothing has changed, still can't get it.:-) Fair enough. Must have been Metal Forces or Kerrang! that put me on to that one. I know you were recommending ton
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20 days ago
TOUCH1980
Whilst not exclusively melodic rock albums all feature melodic elements & all had virtually zero chart success & I love 'em all. Alannah Myles - Rockinghorse [1992] Bullet Boys - Za Za [1993] Dalbello - Whore [1994] Francis Dunnery - Welcome to the Wild Country [1991] Harlow - Harlow [1990] Get Off - Haywire [1993] Hurricane - Slave To The Thrill [1990] Jane Child - Here Not The
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20 days ago
TOUCH1980
War Babies - S/T [1991] Maybe stretching a bit as far as melodic rock but an awesome album from start to finish. Fave Tracks - Blue Tomorrow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAK5_kVmzfU Hang Me Up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EdgBI6hiiec
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20 days ago
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Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Horrible album. I actually bought this 3 times > over the years. First time I didn't like it and > got rid, second time was because I'd read some > comments praising it so tried again, thinking I'd > not listened enough first time. Same thing though > and just did nothing for me so sold on Ebay. Third
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26 days ago
TOUCH1980
Plenty of good tunage, natch. But not a single song from 1984...The list has no credibility IMHO.
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30 days ago
TOUCH1980
Steve Perry AOR God...but 'the most amazing version i've ever heard'. Sheesh! Bloody awful.
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4 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
I'm a huge Judie Tzuke fan but specifically her first 5 releases. I was fortunate to be introduced to her music after one of my brothers saw her at Glastonbury in 1982 & came back with her first three albums. I've been a fan ever since. If you like Radio-friendly west-coast style rock with great hooks, sublime female vocals & tunes that rock out albeit in a rather gentle way. Great son
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4 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
Just got back from a boys night out seeing Deadpool 2. Absolutelybleedin'fantastic One of the funniest films i've ever seen, have not laughed so much in years. If you loved the first one then you're gonna love DP2. Warning it is a very strong 15 certificate language & violence-wise but judging by the first it was always gonna be. I'd give it 111/10.
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5 weeks ago
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Irwin m fletcher Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Wild America i had on cassette...which i actually > stole from a friend. Great album but not familiar > with anything else. Remind me not to invite you round to my gaff ;-)
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5 weeks ago
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I get the argument regarding why bother to re-record an album when the original is so good but if the original was in someway compromised or the band or artist can add something that was missing before they why not. My favourite re-recorded albums. Exodus - Let There Be Blood (1985/2008) Different vocalist, beefed up production & some songs re-tooled. Yes I absolutely love the origi
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6 weeks ago
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rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Queensryche’s finest moment to me is, was and > always will be Rage For Order. There was nothing > remotely like it previous to it’s release and > there hasn’t been anything like it since. > > Operation:Mindcrime itself is borderline > perfection. The concept is brilliantly realised, >
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6 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
Yes, i'd like to hear about Warpdrive & Fierce Heart. Two bands I would have been truly excited about seeing had they been on the bill for this years Rockingham festival.
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6 weeks ago
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Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'd be terrified to OWN it! ;-) T Ya big jessie :-)
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6 weeks ago
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metalian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I hate Rick Rubin, he has destroyed so many fine > bands Not every band / album he worked on. Slayer - Reign In Blood A perfect alignment of band performance & production/engineering as far as metal is concerned. It sounded incredible & terrifying in 1986 & still does to this day.
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6 weeks ago
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Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It's just subjective though isn't it? Templeman > did a lot of the Van Halen albums and the snare > sound on them is terrible. The Van Halen discography was discussed in depth here a year or so ago. One of the points I made at the time & I was not alone in this opinion was that the drum sound on both 5150
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