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6 months ago
nscrfan62
Presque Isle? Was born there some 56 years ago. almost as far north in Maine you can go. Racks and racks of CD's
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7 months ago
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To me the best radio song would have to be the song Stranger. Great song that will appeal to everybody.
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8 months ago
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Another great Canadian band was Emerald Rain. Their early guitarist Mike Dmitrovic was an outstanding player with some great releases Broken Saviours, Age of Innocence, Perplexed By The Extreme, and Short Sighted were absolute gems IMHO.
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8 months ago
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One of my first concerts was these guys. Either 78 or 79 - Nelson Park Center (an old hockey rink in Springfield, IL) - standing room only - Just A Game had came out - there was signs all over saying Disco Sucks. Was right up front of Rik and his awesome wonderful double neck Gibson SG. Was so powerful on Rock & roll machine solo. About knocked me over.
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8 months ago
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I don't think I would have been any different on how I look at music now then I did then in the 80's.I think a lot of the stuff generated now is good enough to have made it in the 80's for sure. Back then I was (even then) I was always looking for something new and unheard of. Bands like "The Kind" out of Chicago, Moxy, Fierce Heart, Off Broadway some have or may not have had any hits o
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8 months ago
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Figge - I saw Dexter Freebish in 04 play in a Miami hotel bar and the next day on the Rock boat cruise to Cozumel, Mexico - they were amazing live. My favorite song of theirs was Twilight. Great bunch of guys and amazing artist.
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9 months ago
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Congratulations - so cool that you beat it. Early detection is key for sure.
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9 months ago
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Buckcherry in march
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9 months ago
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Awesome guitar player - Unfortunately I'm showing my age by saying I used to watch Hee Haw all the time back in the day. RIP Roy
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9 months ago
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My father died from it 5 years ago. I get checked every year for it. Hopefully they caught it early enough to remove the prostate.
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9 months ago
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I know it's not music related unless you are talking about a movie soundtrack song related to his movies. But Stan Lee died today at the age of 95. RIP Sir
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9 months ago
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Former ELO Cellist Hugh McDowell dead at age 65. 1 of the true last rock and roll Cellist of our time. R.I.P. Sir.
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9 months ago
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Caught Hinder with Nickelback on their dark Horse Tour in 08 or 09 with Papa Roach and Saving Abel. All 4 bands were on fire that night - never saw 1 person sitting down - everybody was totally into it and feeling the tunes.The way I see it is all you haters are missing out on some great music. Each his own.
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9 months ago
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Caught them in concert sometime after WTTRW came out either in 85 or 86. Amazing concert with amazing sound.
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9 months ago
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April Wine Moxy Thin Lizzy Queen Coney Hatch Heavy Bones UFO (Early 70's 80's) Orion Black 'N Blue
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9 months ago
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Seeing it tonight - I don't care what's right and what wrong. Like someone said earlier it's entertainment. And that's how it should be seen as. I'd like to see this as a beginning to movies about other bands. Like Foghat, Nazareth, Angel, Rush etc...!
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9 months ago
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Actually with their new singer Bobby Amaru on board they have turned into a pretty strong band. Most of the original member's have moved on. IMHO the song writing is a lot better than before. Give them a try.
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9 months ago
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Well guys I'm sorry I started this little debate. It wasn't my intention to get everybody heated about politics and guns. It's just living in the States and seeing what's going on here and what has been brewing here for the last 20 years or so with the NRA using our political officials as puppets to get their way sickens me. Were not putting the people first anymore. Were putting the big conglome
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9 months ago
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It absolutely boggles the mind how we function now as a society hiding behind NRA banners. Having a freaking idiot as a president that doesn't get anything.He doesn't have to because they helped put him there. All the while innocent lives are being lost every day - but let's not blame the guns. Everybody has them - even carries them on their person's...It's turned into the wild west again out the
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9 months ago
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Jimmy Farrar, who sang with Molly Hatchet from 1980-1982 has passed away from congestive heart failure yesterday morning. He was 68. Beatin' The Odds was a pretty great album and he will be sorely missed. RIP Mr. Farrar.
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10 months ago
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Caught these guys opening for Default and Nickelback back then.I was so impressed with them that I bought their CD.Great band for sure.
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10 months ago
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OK I think we've confused him enough. Really to get the feel of the band - You really ought to start at the beginning and just go through them all in order.This was how a lot of us started out (The older ones that is..lol) and you will evolve as the band did through the years. Then you can make your own decision on which stage of progress the band made you really like.
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10 months ago
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Man the late 70's was Foghat's greatest time period.Even caught them in concert.But when I bought Stone Blue, Rock N' Roll Outlaw and Boogie Motel I remember thinking "why did I waste my money on this crap". My ears must have been full of wax or something because recently My wife and I have been listening to those very same 3 albums all the time now - and absolutely love them. Actually
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10 months ago
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Aerosmith -Rocks & Toys In The Attic Nazareth - Hair Of The Dog Queen - News Of The World Foreigner - 4 Van Halen - Van Halen Rush - Moving Pictures Cheap Trick - Surrender The Cars - Candy-O Kiss - Destroyer AC/DC - Back In The Black Moxy - Ridin' High Loverboy - Loverboy UFO - Walk On Water Journey - Escape Scorpions - Blackout Thin Lizzy - Chinatown Blue Oyster Cult - Spec
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10 months ago
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I was really into the band Idle Cure back in the late 80's early 90's.This band really could have been played on mainstream radio - but sadly wasn't.
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10 months ago
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Saw them as the 2nd act with Winger headlining and the Black Crows opening for them in the late 80's. I remember Tom Keifer on the black Steinway piano coming down from the rafters on cables to the stage floor -snow was coming down and the dry ice was doing it's thing - yes it was the beginning of Long Cold Winter - truly awesome concert.
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11 months ago
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Fave song would have to be Analog kid. Being a guitar player that song is a powerhouse in your face rocker. The album...hmmm.. is bit harder to nail down. I'd have to go with Counterparts. The guitar was back and they were rocking again.
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11 months ago
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The very first album was Kiss - Destroyer. It was everything to me till I first heard Rush -2112 - then it was hang on because this is going to be quite a ride - and has been ever since.
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1 year ago
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Alice Cooper had a concept album -The Last Temptation - One of my favorites
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1 year ago
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A little while ago they put out a Blu-Ray Disc reunion benefit concert, August 21st, 2016. Their Bassist Patrick Francis was stricken with bladder cancer. You can purchase this concert at rightrocksportswear.com.
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