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20 days ago
Warrior21
Liking that. The new vocalist sounds very much like Weiland, and that riff is very Collective Soul-ish, which is no bad thing in my book.
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27 days ago
Warrior21
Andrew, please arrange a meeting with him while he’s there, and get him to put out that unreleased music from the Temple Bar era!
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4 weeks ago
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trooper Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I have stacks and stacks of CD's I haven't > listened to yet, some of which dates back from the > last decade! And the situation is not getting any > better... +1000 !!!
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4 weeks ago
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Aussie Dave Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'll be there next week!! I'm taking my two young > boys to Universal Studios and Disneyland before > there mum takes them onto Hawaii and I stick > around for a few weeks. > > You have to check out Amoeba Records in Hollywood. > Huge record store. I wouldn't spend too much time > in Ho
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4 weeks ago
Warrior21
I am so glad I got to see The Who in 1989 on their farewell tour, before they hung it up. :-)
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4 weeks ago
Warrior21
I know Glen Burtnik played live with ELO Part II and The Orchestra. Not sure if he ever recorded with either, however.
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5 weeks ago
Warrior21
Saw him 2 years ago. Unlike a lot of his recorded output these days, which is quite mellow and adult contemporary, his live show rocks, and Keith Scott KILLS.
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5 weeks ago
Warrior21
Was lucky to see them tour in a relatively small club in NJ around the release of Mr. Moonlight. They did a few tunes from MM (I believe the singles, plus another couple, I think -- been 23 years!) and then the classics. Great show. Last time I saw them.
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6 weeks ago
Warrior21
BOC -- (Don't Fear) the Reaper Sabbath -- Children of the Grave
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6 weeks ago
Warrior21
Priest -- The Rage Maiden -- The Red and the Black
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7 weeks ago
Warrior21
No argument from me there. Those tours in 96 and 97 were phenomenal. Saw each three times.
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7 weeks ago
Warrior21
Don't know much of the band or the man, but was touched by his story, the farewell tour, the final show, and his battle to the end. My condolences to his family, friends, and many fans.
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8 weeks ago
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Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Survivor only reached a moderate degree of > success--even with the movie soundtrack hits. Rock > radio played EOTT (still do). The other songs they > played were pretty short-lived on air. They didn't > keep staying power by the stations. Burning Heart, > and maybe 2-4 songs from Vital Signs were p
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8 weeks ago
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Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yup-- Glenn has a great voice. He just wants to be > a big black woman (blues/gospel) most times and > doesn't use restraint. T LOL! Good one, Terry!
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8 weeks ago
Warrior21
Blue Oyster Cult used to use the End Titles from Blade Runner...and were intro'd with, "On your feet, or on your knees...the amazing Blue Oyster Cult!"
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8 weeks ago
Warrior21
I'm a DLR-era VH fan first and foremost, but as for solo, that's a toss-up for me. I think Sammy's strongest solo material was definitely before he joined VH (Standing Hampton, Three Lock Box, VOA), though I've got most of his solo stuff after he joined VH, but much of it doesn't stay with me. I could probably make up a pretty solid 15-song disc of his best solo stuff from I Never Said Goodbye.
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8 weeks ago
Warrior21
Bought it this afternoon from my local indie shop. Same price as Best Buy and am sooooo supporting the local as opposed to BB.
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8 weeks ago
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matt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Only played the Shaw/blades in the car the other > day. Always loved it. Yeah, spun that recently, too. I really want an expanded edition of Influence so I can finally get their cover of Bread's Make It With You which I bet sounds great by those guys.
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2 months ago
Warrior21
No "This Time"?
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2 months ago
Warrior21
Take away Sambora's blues-based guitar and backing vocals, and I've no interest in Bon Jovi. I am happy for those that still enjoy what the band still produces, but Sambora was always my draw to that band. Bed of Roses is one of my favorite Jovi tracks, and without Sambora's vocals, it would lose most of its luster, for me.
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2 months ago
Warrior21
Or Styx...
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2 months ago
Warrior21
Did ya get the new Shania for yourself? :-)
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2 months ago
Warrior21
Happy Birthday, T-man.
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2 months ago
Warrior21
Still having a real hard time processing reading, "R.I.P. Tom Petty". Still cannot believe it.
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2 months ago
Warrior21
I own the first 3 BCC albums, and for solo JB, actually started with Blues of Desperation because it had just come out. I absolutely LOVE that album. I've taken some of the previous ones out from the library but have yet to really spin them. JB also has a lot of live DVDs out, and I got a couple for a steal.
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2 months ago
Warrior21
Have that on DVD...so very well done. Tom's always given his fans a lot of goodies, in addition to the standard releases. His boxed set pulled together a LOT of unreleased stuff, he put out a 4-disc live set that spanned his entire career, and not to mention the recent Mudcrutch releases.
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2 months ago
Warrior21
No one should doubt the man's catalogue, but man oh man, Wildflowers is just perfection to my ears, and THAT is how an album should be produced. I was sooooo looking forward to the expanded version of that album, which had been put on hold while the Heartbreakers went on their 40th anniversary tour. My understanding was that this was the last full-scale tour, and that Petty was considering smal
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2 months ago
Warrior21
Just saw him 3 months ago, wonderful show as always. This is devastating. My wife's favorite musician. OMG.
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2 months ago
Warrior21
If nothing changed after 20 first graders were killed in Newtown, I don't think it ever will.
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2 months ago
Warrior21
Not certain the Taylor Swift tracks came and went as you say, as both, which were each released a number of weeks ago, are still in the top 15 on iTunes.
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