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https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/8476051/kiss-end-of-the-road-farewell-tour
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Ahhh, but they DID tour the states- saw them in 1984 on the Scorpions Love at First Sting tour (with Bon Jovi opening).
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Rkbluez Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Love Saga and especially Ian Crichton's killer > original and tasty guitar work...Security Of > Illusion and Beginners Guide to Throwing Shapes > are favorite albums of mine. Excellent choices... and those two albums would be a great starting point for the uninitiated!
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Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > in my top 5 fave bands of all time. Same here Carl, Saga are second only to Rush among the many bands from up north that I love! Was lucky enough to pick up their debut album at an import record store when it first came out (back in the days when you took a chance on an album because the cover was cool- lol)...was imme
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OzzMosiz Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Luca, I too love Power Windows. > > Hustler, have you tried listening to the remixed > Vapor Trails? > The Muddy production has been removed. Yeah Ozz, I have the remix- definitely an improvement over the original, but I suppose there was only so much a remix could do- imo the recording still sound
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3 days ago
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Man, impossible question for a Rush fan- would be easier to pick least favorite as that list is very short,lol- Anyway, best I can do is by decade: 70’s Song: Anthem Album: 2112 (These are the two that in my youth took me from thinking “this is a really good band” to “this is the greatest band on the planet”) 80’s Song: Limelight (Lifeson’s solo break...omg) Album: Gra
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4 days ago
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Same here...I guess it was good enough not to get rid of, but I don’t recall it making a major impression either...I guess I’ll have to dig it out and see what I missed!
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4 days ago
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I did not know That! Any good?
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8 days ago
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InToronto Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Brilliant as always. Have everything that this > man has touched. Agreed- been a huge Slamer fan from the very first City Boy album... I can’t think of anything he’s ever done that wasn’t outstanding!
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11 days ago
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Fucking Sykes. Brilliant. What a frustrating guy. I don’t even ask anymore what’s holding up his album.
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12 days ago
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Agree with you Lyncho this leans a bit more toward the debut than TWT which I definitely agree was the better of the two, but Bechtel and Mary are enough to ensure that musically this should be strong. As for Bechtel’s vocals I’d say they’re adequate/ better than expected (at least on this track), but not up to Ted Pilot standards. It will be interesting to see where the rest of the album g
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13 days ago
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Not actually a new guy at all, current Members are the same as the Time Will Tell album, minus singer Ted Pilot: Kendall Bechtel - Lead Guitars and now also Lead Vocals Ken Mary - Drums Ed Archer - Guitars John Macko - Bass Always was a huge fan of this band and those two albums, and hopeful they can produce a new album at close to the same level... that said, this song was ok for a sem
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16 days ago
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Agreed, I’m a fan Goldy’s playing. Personally I would have preferred 2nd Ressurection Kings album as opposed to something that’s so obviously Dio- esque... but as for the 2 Dream Child songs: good writing and musicianship. Not totally sold on the vocalist- he mimics a few elements of Dio’s voice (tone and phrasing) but imo lacks Dio’s soulfulness and nuance. It’s ok for a song or
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18 days ago
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Ted fucking Nugent- terrible singer, even worse human being.
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18 days ago
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Or Pat Travers? Again, I must be the old man on this board.
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18 days ago
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What- no one mentioned Eric Clapton?
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21 days ago
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Agreed on both Darby and Holly up north, along with Chrissy Steele. Also back in the USA: Karen Lawrence https://youtu.be/SV-8tZ5BSIg Debbie Davis https://youtu.be/pxYVSeMJakM
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21 days ago
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Agreed on both, T.
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21 days ago
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Absolutely.
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26 days ago
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And even back then, there were people who thought the Beatles sucked too- but I get your point, lol
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26 days ago
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From Sweden, of course... they’ve been around for a bit- I got their first album Tequila Shiver a couple years ago, and their new one Soulburst came out maybe last year, I think?- but yeah, cool heavy hard blues rock band definitely worthy of checking out if you’re not familiar.
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27 days ago
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Both vastly underrated imo, as are all the Chapman/ Carter era UFO albums.
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27 days ago
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I'm digging it a lot too. Pretty much exactly what I'd want to be hearing from Jake at this point in his career. Best quote: When asked about his musical inspirations for the record, Jake muses, “my inspirations for ‘Patina’ are from the artists I loved during my youth- Robin Trower, Santana, Black Sabbath, Captain Beyond, Thin Lizzy, Grand Funk Railroad, David Bowie ... I could go on a
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30 days ago
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Sometimes I feel like I’m the oldest guy here lol... I started out with Scorps back in 1973 with Fly to the Rainbow (I have fond memories of cutting out of school at lunchtime to go over to my buddies house to crank out new albums)... we got UFO’s Phenomena and Fly to the Rainbow in the same week, and were blown away by both Michael and Uli as guitarists! So I’m partial to the Uli era album
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30 days ago
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Kottak is a good drummer, but I never thought he really fit in with Scorpions. Much prefer Dee both as a fit for Scorpions and as a drummer overall.
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4 weeks ago
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Illusion was a good band, featuring Mothers Finest alumni Gary "Moses Mo" More on guitar and Barry "B.B. Queen" Borden on drums... somewhat like Iron Age but a more commercial 80's Hard Rock setting... I dug both their albums, S/T and I Like It Loud (Borden left before the second to join the Outlaws and was replaced by Billy Squier drummer Bobby Chouinard). Unfortunately neith
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7 weeks ago
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While we’re at it- I’m always amazed at how many people think that Strikes was the first Blackfoot album, when they had already released two underrated studio albums; their 1975 debut No Reservations was a good start, but what followed I consider to be one of their best albums, 1976’s Flyin’ High. I have to say that when I first heard Flyin’ High back in ‘76 I was blown away by it, an
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7 weeks ago
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Well yes, “Just Say No” sounds good... but realistically, at some point most kids are gonna have a few beers, smoke a joint, whatever- and most will handle those experiences and be fine. But for a pre-disposed addict (of course they won’t know until they try it) the switch will be flipped and they won’t be able to just move on because their brain is pre-wired differently. There is no abil
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