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20 days ago
TOUCH1980
That makes a change, our American cousins getting stiffed on CDs & shipping it's usually us Brits that are shafted in that way. I know we've discussed it before but some of the shipping prices charged are ludicrous! I have virtually stopped buying CDs & LPs from the USA or Japan apart from a few more sensibly priced sellers / online outlets. Funnily enough, I was playing the Steve
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25 days ago
TOUCH1980
Irwin m fletcher Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > This boils my blood. Its these websites and touts > that have ruined it....they buy in bulk then sell > for 5 x the price. Makes me sick. Sorry for rant Don't be sorry one little bit Irwin. As a result of the obscene prices on after sites prices I have been boycotting these & to a certain ext
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26 days ago
TOUCH1980
Stick it in to your PC / Mac. Some DVD players will play enhanced features.
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30 days ago
TOUCH1980
Dunno what happened there so deleted repeated post
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30 days ago
TOUCH1980
Regarding Recovery Live! The Version I was stoked to find out existed & then tracked down was the the original US/Canadian CD pressing. Primarily because it contains the 5-Tracks on their debut EP 'Out Of The Night' from 1983, but it also contains 5 live tracks from 1983 & 5 tracks from a 1986 'Jam' session. https://www.discogs.com/Great-White-Recovery-Live-/release/3832186 The sle
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4 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
Pre Order Link Now Operational http://www.vanitymusicgroup.bigcartel.com/product/hho To UK $12.99 + $5.74 Shipping Total £14.74
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6 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
At my place of work we have a bluetooth speaker linked to the internet for music while we work & we each get a spot in rotation. It was my turn this afternoon so I thought i'd make up an i-Pod Halloween playlist on the fly using some of the suggestions so far, some of my own & a few well known tracks to keep my workmates with limited musical knowledge happy. This is what I played: B
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6 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
Kansas - House On Fire from In The Spirit Of Things I'm guessing that's bass guitar at the start? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgdDl6FJI10
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7 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
As I said, I didn't mind the Riders On The Storm interlude at all. Of the covers or parts of, played over the weekend (not including ones the bands are famous for I.e. GW & Once Bitten) for me was possibly the most interesting & didn't out stay it's welcome. I just think some people had their fill of covers by that point.
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7 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
Oh well it’s all over & got some time on the train homeward bound to start this & finish it once home. Bailey There is no doubting Nigel Bailey’s commitment to the cause of Melodic Rock & he’s become a semi-permanent fixture at Rockingham & this is absolutely to be commended. He has had the luck & talent to work with a large number of excellent melodic rock musi
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7 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
Far too young, 50 ffs. An integral part of a hugely influential band. RIP Martin I first got into Celtic Frost back in 1985 & saw them live May 1986. http://www.metalforcesmagazine.com/site/live-review-celtic-frost-11-05-86/ Lucky enough to meet all three members after this gig, all rather odd but very courteous.
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7 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
He did pretty damn good, never heard him live before, I & others that post here thought he did a good job.
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7 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
So on to day 2 AOR-sters Cruzh Unfortunately another band I hadn’t got myself up to speed on but they seem to be known by a good deal of the crowd. It’s weird watching a band where you could be old enough to be almost old enough to be any of their fathers, but I’ll get over that eventually. They played a spirited set that was a little rough around the edges, but that’s no bad thing
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7 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
forestred Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Sounds like a good first day, keep the reviews > coming for those that can’t attend. > Cheers No worries forestred, i'll do what I can but my comments will be brief as will be attending to my Mrs'needs (not what you think you smutty lot) & enjoying the F out of ourselves. Please any other attende
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7 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
Morning All. A few brief comments about day one. Everyone seems to be in good spirits & well up for a cracking weekend. Crew & venue great & primed for a more timely start than last year. Maverick Good bunch of guys with plenty of guts, genuinely blown away by the crowd reaction. Can't say i'm a massive fan but I did enjoy them & they went down well. Good luck for the fu
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7 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
Off the top of my head... Harem Scarem - Gravity & No Regrets Absolutely freakin' awesome! Nearly every I play either of these songs once is not enough & I have to hit repeat.
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7 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
You can find the early GW CDs on Discogs & eBay although the shipping to the UK can be expensive from some sellers. Don't bother trying to buy them from Amazon UK though, waaay too expensive.
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7 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
Been doing a ton of pre Rockingham listening etc & re acquainting my love for Great White's Shot in the Dark album, only have a vinyl copy not CD. The CD is a little awkward to track down & doesn't appear to be available via Apple, Amazon etc in mp3 format (not that I'd normally go for that being a staunch CD/LP guy). Is there some kind of band or legal aggro with this album that I was
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7 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
aorchappie Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > As Usual, i will be attending along with a my > usual 'Grimsby' motley crew!! You'll be looking forward to Saturday night then ;-)
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8 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
Yep, the Mrs & I will be at Rockingham this weekend & I hope to extend a hearty handshake again those who frequent these pages. It's gonna be great to be catching up with friends old & new. Hopefully highlights will be Kix, Fortune, Harem Scarem, Vince Neil (fingers crossed) & Loverboy but to be honest really looking forward to ALL the bands & artists. I thought the orga
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8 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
Thanks Y'all Once Rockingham is out of the way I'll start tracking down the cream of your recommendations & see where I go from there. Keep the opinions & observations coming, its all interesting.
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8 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
Lynchomaniac Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Spot on, I would still call that an intro as great > as it is - a proper introduction would be more > along the lines of; "The Hottest Band In The > World..... Kiss" Absolutely, i just figured the thread had become as much about warm up / walk on music as proper band introductions. Sadly th
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8 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
In reference to the recent topic on DLR vs Sammy Hagar (solo albums) & my unfamiliarity with his solo albums in what order would you guys & gals rate the Hagar albums. Doesn't matter whether only a handful or loads of them. It's a pity there is not a boxset of his first half dozen or so releases.
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8 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
I can't say i'm that familiar with Sammy Hagar's solo discography apart from a couple of compilations & the All Night Long album. From these in the most part i've been a bit underwhelmed. I'm intimate with his contributions to Montrose, HSAS, Van Halen & Chickenfoot but never bothered with his early solo stuff. I have always been a staunch Roth fan I adore all of his solo releases &am
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8 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
Surprised no one has mentioned it so far but Ozzy Osborne using 'Oh Fortuna' from Carmina Burana by Carl Orff is a masterstroke & never got old IMHO.
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8 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
In 2010 I saw the amazing Oceansize in Brighton on their final tour where they used a hilarious intro tape that featured distorted guitar feedback & loads of samples of onstage banter of Cronos from Venom. I got the impression this went way over the heads of the post-rock crowd judging by the amount I was laughing & they weren't.
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8 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
Ecstasy Of Gold by Ennio Morriconi, stirring stuff.
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8 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
Glory Daze Music seems to be up & running again. I think there are a few minor issues & changes but they are working on it. GDM, good to have you back. http://gdm.glorydazemusic.com/forum/viewthread.php?thread_id=4151&pid=22637#post_22637
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8 weeks ago
TOUCH1980
phil2 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > WIGGY BITS.....PLEASE!!!! :-) AMEN to that.
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2 months ago
TOUCH1980
This was released in the UK on September 29th & according to Amazon.com 'DVD Release Date: September 29, 2017' When it states 'Usually ships within 1 to 3 weeks' probably means it's out of stock. Saw this at my local cinema, sound & picture was superb, setlist long & varied. Renditions of Gilmour solo songs pretty much perfect. The Floyd tracks are mostly very good, one or two
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