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14 days ago
Warrior21
garyt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I need to track that one down. Yeah, I found and purchased the deluxe version on release day. Also has a 3D cover. :-) I am enjoying the CD. Haven't spun it but twice, but the production is stellar and the songs are strong. They weave nicely through the album, making it feel "complete". I did not k
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16 days ago
Warrior21
Nice to see Smitty having fun playing Copeland's parts. To be honest, watching some of the vids from the current tour, the Journey tunes seem so rudimentary for Smith.
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17 days ago
Warrior21
While we’re on the topic of Ghost, did anyone ever pick up their live album, Ceremony and Devotion? If so, do you like it?
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17 days ago
Warrior21
2112 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "Rammstein, Rush and...err...Abba" > "H.E.A.T." > > seriously guys ? > > all I'm hearing is B.O.C. , and I'm loving it.. > That vocal is pure Buck/Donald, to me. As one of BOC’s biggest fans, I am more than fine with this comment. Got the album today, just haven’t spun
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25 days ago
Warrior21
Ross S. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Warrior21 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Always loved this tune up until the tail end > when > > the different vocals are added (Youssou > > N’Dour?). It loses me at that point. Always > > has and always will. > > ?!? That's t
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27 days ago
Warrior21
Always loved this tune up until the tail end when the different vocals are added (Youssou N’Dour?). It loses me at that point. Always has and always will.
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28 days ago
Warrior21
The Classic Albums DVD of Aja is well worth watching, depicting the making of a classic. There was also a deluxe version of their last CD, Everything Must Go, which contained a bonus DVD, titled Steely Dan Confessions, modeled after the show, Taxi Cab Confessions. Hysterical stuff.
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4 weeks ago
Warrior21
This will be a day of purchase.
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4 weeks ago
Warrior21
I've been meaning to post this, and nudged myself to do so upon reading Rocknut's post about the Aerosmith boxed set. I got the Bon Jovi "100 Million Bon Jovi Fans Can't Be Wrong" set used off a seller on the Amazon Marketplace. Never got around to listening to it much, but the set didn't come with a booklet. I contacted the seller, and he didn't have the booklet in his possession, b
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6 weeks ago
Warrior21
cluster Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Robert Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Too many to name... > > > > Richie Zito > > Keith Olsen > > Mutt > > Desmond Child > > Steve Thompson/Michael Barbiero > > Michael Wagener > > Neil Kernon > > Kevi
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7 weeks ago
Warrior21
This is not good news. I was thinking about picking up a copy, though will confess I've never even gotten through Ripcord without losing interest. Fuse took a lot of effort for me to enjoy, though I did come around to much of it. I saw that tour, and he continues to bring it live, but he's gone down a wrong path of late, it seems. I feared this would happen once he got hooked up with Americ
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7 weeks ago
Warrior21
Happy to see you enjoyed it. Unfortunately for me, the SOA tracks I've heard do absolutely nothing for me. Which is in total contrast to how I view the Winery Dogs, whom I love. Maybe I'll try the SOA album before too long again to see if it "clicks".
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8 weeks ago
Warrior21
Wardy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Never rated the likes of their Stuck With You etc > but in their day was won over and still love > plenty Huey Lewis & The News hard rock such as > Walking On A Thin Line, Finally Found A Home, I > Know What I Like, Jacob's Ladder heck even Picture > This had The Only One which rocked LOL Thei
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8 weeks ago
Warrior21
Lol, Terry. I thanked Mouser after TSOAD show I saw. The live mix that night was outstanding.
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8 weeks ago
Warrior21
This is awesome on so many levels. Dave Grohl just embodies the spirit of rock and roll.
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8 weeks ago
Warrior21
The biggest shame of it for me is that we don’t get the DDY/TS vocal harmonies anymore. When their voices merged together, there really wasn’t anything else like it. Lady ‘95, While There’s Still Time, Paradise...ballads I know, but the harmonies! And if you haven’t ever seen the two of them joining forces at a Borders Bookstore appearance in ‘97 before it all fell apart, see if you
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8 weeks ago
Warrior21
bmg Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > > PS and I'm not in love with her, by the way > But if you were, I’d totally get it!
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8 weeks ago
Warrior21
Dennis proved on 100 Years From Now he could still write rock music. Really enjoyed that disc, and really enjoyed The Mission. Happy that both camps are out touring successfully. Can't believe it's been 22 years since the Return to Paradise tour, which I saw 3 times (also saw The Grand Illusion 20 Year Anniversary tour (now 40 years!) 3 times), and they were such great, great shows. Lots
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8 weeks ago
Warrior21
I know a thread was started about this new album a little while back, and it's probably in the deep, dark depths of Pages 2 or 3 of the NB, likely never to be seen again, but I'm a little late to the party and just wanted to chime in. What an absolutely stunning CD. Had it on at work yesterday, volume real low, but from what I could hear, I just took to it immediately. I have had it on at re
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8 weeks ago
Warrior21
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > So there you go. The band has been pretty low key > about it all compared to things that happened > behind the scenes,by the sound of things.. T Really, Terry? JY has been "low key" about it? I don't THINK so!
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2 months ago
Warrior21
Using a throwaway line from a lyric from almost 30 years ago, he should’ve called the album, “Don’t Talk With Your Mouth Full”...
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2 months ago
Warrior21
Idk. I’m sure I’m in the minority, but I liked a lot of Behind the Mask, the album they did with Billy Burnette and Rick Vito on guitar. Some of it sounded like FM, some of it didn’t, but it was still quality. I saw them 3 times on The Dance tour but not again until 2014 when Christine rejoined. That was a great show, and the album Christine just put out with Lindsey was also very good.
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2 months ago
Warrior21
Huge hockey fan here, and that accident has been pretty well covered here in the eastern US. Tragic doesn’t even begin to describe it. My team, the Rangers, missed the playoffs this year too for the first time in ages. They dumped a lot of players back at the deadline (some moves I didn’t agree with) and axed their coach last night. Hopefully their rebuild is a fast one.
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2 months ago
Warrior21
No Control is classic. The lesser know songs are even standouts. Right Here had the big loud production of the era and Can’t Hold Back was very classy and well done. But No Control is tops for me.
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2 months ago
Warrior21
Pretty much the entire “The Extremist” album by Joe Satriani. I realize some may not suggest that that is “heavy metal”...
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2 months ago
Warrior21
Anyone have Neal’s new Life and Times? Haven’t had a chance to scope it out yet.
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2 months ago
Warrior21
Neal Morse Band's monstrous "Alive Again" is like 27 minutes, but moves extremely fluidly, and doesn't feel dragged along at all.
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2 months ago
Warrior21
Aussie Dave Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Ha ha. The soul of the band has gone with Richie > out of the band. Sure, he's a drunk and probably > can't write a decent tune anymore, but without him > Bon Jovi is simply a solo outlet for Jon and the > songs continue to be bland and dull regardless of > where it charts. And let's face it, you
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2 months ago
Warrior21
Shine Silently...yes, thx for bringing up this one. Also have a fondness for Black Books, which I know from the Sopranos soundtrack. I forgot I have Silver Lining. Will need to break that out. His solo on Bruce’s Youngstown live still gives me chills.
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2 months ago
Warrior21
Enjoy, if you’re going. Love JW. He can’t do much wrong in my book.
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