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6 months ago
AdrenalineJunkie32
With regards to the Super Transatlantic album, if you haven't heard the demos they recorded before the album (I think before Pat Badger became involved too) try and seek them out. Some great songs that went sadly unreleased.
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10 months ago
AdrenalineJunkie32
Got the album somewhere on the shelves, pretty good stuff. Nothing groundbreaking but some solid tracks on there.
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1 year ago
AdrenalineJunkie32
A fantastic talent, only time I saw him live was playing guitar for French synth-pop-electo-types Air a few years back. Author Unknown is an essential album!
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1 year ago
AdrenalineJunkie32
I seem to remember liking 2 Tribes at the time, think they supported Extreme in Liverpool in 1991 and were pretty good live. What Do They Want From Us was a cracking tune.
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1 year ago
AdrenalineJunkie32
As Patton Oswalt said.... "Well, at least he's not blaming Lars, I guess that's progress." - Dave Mustaine's weary, weary therapist.
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1 year ago
AdrenalineJunkie32
Roxy Blue - Todd Poole went on to be a founding member of Saliva and played drums on their debut if my booze addled brain remembers correctly. A few others that come to mind... Big House - one independently released EP then a fantastic full album and then nothing. Johnny Crash - Great debut, then their second got a very, very limited indie release a few years back (does that count in this
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3 years ago
John Baxter
Totally agree with Frazzle-Batt, just be happy that music like this is getting out to a new audience. How many movies have every song that's on the soundtrack album actually in the movie? Not all that's for sure. Good to see a band like AC/DC still pulling in the punters and getting the airplay that they deserve.
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4 years ago
John Baxter
He's one of the support acts.
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4 years ago
John Baxter
If you want a singing drummer with talent then stick with Jellyfish.
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4 years ago
John Baxter
Sad news indeed..... American singer and guitarist Alex Chilton, known for his influential work with the Box Tops and Big Star bands, has died aged 59. Family friend John Fry said Chilton died on Wednesday at a hospital in New Orleans after experiencing what appeared to be heart problems. Mr Fry, the owner of Memphis-based Ardent Studios, said the death "was just a sudden and unexpected e
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4 years ago
John Baxter
Great live band with two very good albums under their belt. Hope they do record a new album and i'd be happy with a style like either of their first two albums. Cheers for the heads up Chris!
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4 years ago
John Baxter
It's also rumoured that they'll be playing the whole of Back In Black for the 30th anniversary. There's a quote from Andy Copping (Download organiser) on Blabbermouth about it.
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4 years ago
John Baxter
There was advance notice of the Key Club closing it's doors, I read an article regarding Steel Panther moving to The Roxy for last weeks show because The Key Club was closing before it happened, although it may have been short notice, it was known about though. The lease was up for renewal and they decided it wasn't worth renewing as audiences had declined so much in recent times. Shame really, i
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4 years ago
John Baxter
This is the only UK festival appearance for all the bands announced so far for 2010, however for Motley Crue and Iron Maiden it's their only UK appearance at all of 2010.
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4 years ago
John Baxter
Yes, that same John Baxter. The difference being I didn't instantly write them off for using the name Queen. I still bought the album, went to the tour and didn't threaten to boycott their label for putting out the album under the name Queen. I went in with an open mind and was very happy I did. That's the bit that I don't get the most, the melodic rock scene is small enough as it is and yet some
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4 years ago
John Baxter
I'm not a fan of Giant, never was and not keen on the new stuff either BUT you all need to get over yourselves. Mario has posted one of the most sensible and honest posts i've ever seen on here and what happens? The usual round of fuckwits moaning. This is the single most negative board i've ever visited and that's the reason why I don't post very often. No matter what happens in the melodic worl
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4 years ago
John Baxter
I am.
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4 years ago
John Baxter
Thought the album was pretty good and Bumpin' was a great tune, all of which was ruined by seeing them live. Put simply they were by far the worst band i've seen live in many a year! Absolutely awful with no effort put in, terrible playing and vocals that made me wince throughout. Can't listen to the album now, the gig has put me right off ever hearing them again. Shame as I was really looking fo
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5 years ago
John Baxter
Well, that's me not going to Maximes again until that guy isn't working there anymore.
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5 years ago
John Baxter
Damone - Out Here All Night Listened to it again today after leaving it on the shelf for a few months. Killer album. In fact, buy it twice.
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5 years ago
John Baxter
"How about Saxon & Uriah Heep for the Wembley Stadium show???" How about no!
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5 years ago
John Baxter
I saw them in October and was pleasantly surprised at how good they were. Shouldn't be using the Queen name but they were still extremely good.
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5 years ago
John Baxter
It's a fantastic album, raw as f**k sound-wise but that's exactly what they were going for and it works very well. Don't go expecting the lyrical content of Space Age Playboys era stuff though, it's right back to the angry-hate-the government type stuff again. Stunning return from one of the best bands ever to record an album imo.
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5 years ago
John Baxter
Whether people or even the band themselves consider it to be their debut album or not...the fact remains that it is. As I said in my other post, it is a piss poor album but that doesn't mean it doesn't exist.
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5 years ago
John Baxter
Got this but not listened to it yet, just to point out to all that keep mentioning that it's better than their debut......you do realise that Extreme Behaviour was their SECOND album right? There was another (piss poor) album prior to that called "Far From Close". I liked Extreme Behaviour but the first one was just shit.
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5 years ago
John Baxter
"Due to the short timeframe of this event and the huge number of fans expected, the band will only be signing copies of its new album, "Lightning Strikes Again", which was released on May 13 via Rhino Records." The huge number of fans expected? Oh dear.....it's gonna be a tad disappointing for Mr Dokken I think! Anybody else have visions of Spinal Tap with this signing?!?!?
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6 years ago
John Baxter
Former lead singer of JOURNEY, Steve Augeri, will serve as the celebrity judge in Brooklyn 1st Senior Idol Contest sponsored by AARP Chapter #5055, to be held on Saturday, April 12, 2008, at 8:00 p.m. at Xaverian High School located at 7100 Shore Road in Brooklyn. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Brooklyn-State Senator Marty Golden (R-C, Brooklyn), the Chairman of the Senate Aging Committee, stated, &quo
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6 years ago
John Baxter
Just read up on this on the angelrocks.com site...the cover is rare but the vinyl to go with it certainly isn't...... http://www.angelrocks.com/discography/index.html
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6 years ago
John Baxter
Hang on a minute.......... Zodiac Mindwarp in Family Fortunes? What?
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6 years ago
John Baxter
Sebastian Bach. End of story. Honourable mention must also go to Blaze Bayley in his Wolfsbane days.
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