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2 days ago
Warrior21
Blue Oyster Cult - The Synbol Remains Patty Smyth - It’s About Time Tom Petty - Wildflowers and All the Rest Springsteen- Letter to You Also, the new live Eclipse CD/DVD, and the new live Mystery CD/DVD.
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4 days ago
Warrior21
T, I’m so far behind in all my NM stuff. I never even gave TGA a proper spin, no less JCTE and SS.
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4 days ago
Warrior21
I’m over the moon I’ll be getting a new BOC album in less than 3 weeks. Buck and Eric are both in their 70s. I don’t care. Their music moves me like no other. It’s all subjective. People should enjoy what they want.
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12 days ago
Warrior21
Yes, but Bruce sounds nowhere near this bad, whether he’s rocking or singing a more relaxed tune, and he’s 12 years older than JBJ.
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12 days ago
Warrior21
I think Don’t Tread sounds fine as is. Not of the opinion it needs a remaster. And if the 2 bonus tracks are simply live cuts, I’ll pass on this one.
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14 days ago
Warrior21
October is turning out to be quite the month for new music for me! I've got Patty Smyth and my all-time fave band, Blue Oyster Cult, both releasing new CDs on 10/09; the new 5-disc expanded Wildflowers & All the Rest by Tom Petty on 10/16; and the new Springsteen (and E Street Band) album on 10/23. Here's a link to Bruce's new tune: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQyLEz0qy-g I know t
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17 days ago
Warrior21
OzzMosiz Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > If any of you lot like Yes (and Rush) give the > band 'Mystery' a try. Yes! I have fallen in love with this band. Have already picked up 4 of their discs and have more yet to discover. And I’ve read they’ve got a new live 3-CD/Blu-Ray coming soon...
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18 days ago
Warrior21
Carl, I hear the very beginning of Monsters toward the end of Absolution by Ghost. Also, I’m hearing the beginning of Dominance & Submission in Deus In Absentia, and the breakdown/guitar solo in Shadow Warrior in Ghost's Stand By Him. Otherwise, I think the marriage of the guitar and keys, along with the “pleasant” vocals (similar in style but not as of high quality as Buck Dharma)
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20 days ago
Warrior21
ROCKDOG Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The Anderson/Rabin/Wakeman version is officially > dead. Yeah, was sad to learn this. Was looking forward to what they could come up with in the studio. I bought Talk for $2 used a couple months but haven’t given it a proper spin yet, but did love I Am Waiting the first time I heard it.
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21 days ago
Warrior21
Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Absolutely! To be fair: Ghost sounds a lot like > BÖC, as well :-) Precisely! I've heard bits of BOC tunes like "Dominance and Submission" and "Monsters" in some Ghost songs.
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21 days ago
Warrior21
I about dropped the phone when I saw who popped up in the video, providing ‘more cowbell’. Nice to see BOC’s humorous side coming out, and in a video for a killer track.
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25 days ago
Warrior21
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The Buck tune is typical breezy melrock from him. > He's done a few of those style songs over the long > haul. I'd love to hear what that one's about. T T, here’s an interview Buck and Eric did last week. Buck gives a little info as to the lyrical content, however, I’m sensing that with John Shirley p
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25 days ago
Warrior21
Terry, Carl nailed it. I was also thinking back to the Agents of Fortune expanded edition, which has Allen also doing Dance the Night Away. And as a fan, you should try to get your hands on the DVD/CD of the 40th Anniversary of Agents. Albert Bouchard was a special guest for that performance. Buck doing True Confessions and Albert doing Debbie Denise work superbly on this presentation. Th
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26 days ago
Warrior21
Yeah, it’s on CD and double vinyl. Can’t wait. Hey T, Lanier did some vocals way back when. By time Mirrors came out, while he was still contributing in the writing department (In Thee and Lonely Teardrops), he let others sing them...
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26 days ago
Warrior21
RumTumJM Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Where did you hear that it was Richie playing lead > on That Was Me? - Interesting stuff! He's really > contributed a lot to the revitalization of the > band. From Buck himself, on his message board.
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27 days ago
Warrior21
Loving the first 2 tracks. Both Eric and Buck sound great. FYI...the lead in That Was Me is actually Richie, not Buck surprisingly. The first 2 tracks are available for streaming and purchase.
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28 days ago
Warrior21
My Billy Joel show for June was moved to December at MSG and I sincerely doubt it’s going forward.
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28 days ago
Warrior21
While I never really liked them as a whole, the Nirvana Unplugged was enjoyable. I second the Eagles’ Unplugged set. Pure class. I miss Don Felder with them. And hearing REM’s unplugged version of Fall On Me still gives me chills.
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28 days ago
Warrior21
PJayBe Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > doggy Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > This get ridiculous,it is like every new > studio > > album Bonassa (sorry for spelling )'s release > > there is a live album next. > > It seems to be the thing these days. Neal Morse > releases a
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30 days ago
Warrior21
Scott Watson Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It's my hobby. I purged all my vinyl back in the > late 80s so i don't have that problem, but cds > well that's another story. > > I'm like Carl, 58 years old. I wonder sometimes > if i'll live long enough to listen to every cd i > have. > > I'm a sucker for remastered versions o
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30 days ago
Warrior21
Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yeah, hugely talented and influential....but also > a tool. Agree with this, though he did snag Katharine McPhee so props to him there!
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4 weeks ago
Warrior21
Heartlinecastle Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > He showed great grace and fortitude under the most > awful pressure. A brave man. > > RIP... This precisely. He kept everyone updated via his social media as to what he was going through, even updating everyone as he entered the hospital time and time again, after each setback. What a brave ma
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4 weeks ago
Warrior21
New BOC and new Patty Smyth on the same day in October. May just take that day off.
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5 weeks ago
Warrior21
Miranda is a solid bassist, and Jules a steady drummer. I am more than interested in hearing what they bring to BOC as to their new studio album due out October 9. I've seen them live before aplenty, now want to hear what they put down in the studio (Danny, of course, played on BOC's last studio album in 2001). Love Augeri. Can't wait to hear this.
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5 weeks ago
Warrior21
Similar to Piledriver... Terry, I hear you as yo Side 2. Tell Me How You Want It and Rock City are OK, but nothing that would make an essential DY mixtape for me. :-) I’ve come to really like the tune Uprising.
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5 weeks ago
Warrior21
Come Again (which would be track 6 and a Shaw vocal) is a great track. Mystified is also strong.
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5 weeks ago
Warrior21
Been listening a lot to Don’t Tread the past week, and I think the sound on it is just fine. I agree that the debut could use some muscle behind it. Can’t find much information on the deluxe versions. I’m guessing neither has bonus studio tracks, just live cuts if anything?
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6 weeks ago
Warrior21
Didn’t BJ include his last CD with each concert ticket purchase in a way to inflate sales?
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6 weeks ago
Warrior21
Any bonus tracks on the RC releases?
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7 weeks ago
Warrior21
Off Don’t Tread, I still think This Side of Hell kicks major ass. And Double Coyote, with the lead guitar trade offs between Nugent and Shaw, and Jack and Tommy’s song ending lyric (“I couldn’t believe it when somebody said you were out on the road in the back of the bus...”) still cracks me up.
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