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4 days ago
Hustler
"Born To Touch Your Feelings" is a ballad from the Taken By Force album.
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4 days ago
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Sarah Stallone Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Even if one loves Three Lock Box, there is nothing > wrongly stated regarding the album's legacy, sales > performance or the lack of songs from that album > standing the test of time in Hagar's career > compared to songs off of Standing Hampton and > VOA. > > Those are the facts. Noth
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4 days ago
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Walk In The Shadows Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I know, that'll teach me to hit the Sauce and post > here... "...hit the Sauce"...lmao!
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4 days ago
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Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA............................ > .. T > > pS: not you,Huster) OH, you guys know the only reason I made that comment was to test our "Sarah Stallone" theory... I think we can consider the bait taken-lol!
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5 days ago
Hustler
Three Lock Box wasn't a letdown- it was pretty much an equal and intentional continuation of Standing Hampton. IMO the material is every bit as strong- albeit some of the deep tracks on TLB are a bit heavier (Rise, In The Room) which give it a slightly less poppy/ commercial vibe overall. That's why I prefer it over SH by a narrow margin.
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6 days ago
Hustler
Really excited to get this- I preordered from Amazon and for some reason they don't have it releasing until the 27th. Guess I should have bought it off eBay!
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6 days ago
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Agreed, Wardy. The Message is one of many very strong tracks on Ten 13.
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7 days ago
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Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > In the other thread a few days ago..Ale chimed in > and said the guys wrote for this one. Think it's > where they want the band to be? T Yeah T, I saw Ale said the guys "wrote"- but that doesn't really tell you how much or how little they contributed to the overall process. Listening to this I do
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7 days ago
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1. Three Lock Box 2. Standing Hampton 3. Nine on a Ten Scale 4. Ten 13 5. I Never Said Goodbye 6. VOA 7. Danger Zone 8. Sammy Hagar (Red album) 9. Musical Chairs 10. Street Machine 11. Not 4 Sale 12. Red Voodoo 13. Marching to Mars
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7 days ago
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Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It’s their dislike of MelodicRock Records. > Although that won’t ever be stated. Yes I suspected as much. I suppose they could argue that if you're competing for artists and market share, you're not an unbiased/ neutral party. But I say short- sighted because whether they like or not, you ARE an influential vo
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7 days ago
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Yeah, pretty generic, by the book melodic rock. And I'm not saying that just to rip on ADV, as I really liked his contributions to both Resurrection Kings and the last Hardline album... but maybe Goldy and Gioeli had more of an influence over their projects? Doug's performance helps this somewhat- but I'd rather hear him doing something in a Lion, Bad Moon Rising, or Burning Rain context.
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7 days ago
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Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > They do. Always. > > Do you know for all the PR I do for them I don’t > even get a free CD! Andrew- I've never understood their logic behind this...is it that they don't feel they need to "pay the cow when they're getting the milk for free"? Or they perceive you as a "competitor"
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7 days ago
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I enjoy them all but agree Ten 13 is way underrated on these lists!
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12 days ago
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david shaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Steve, according to a mate, the sound quality is > much better than the WB version. I am happy with > my WB copy and besides I am tone deaf and can’t > tell the difference, except for the shite Kresendo > version of Ozz “No Prisoners” and even these > ears can feel the pain. Yeah that Kre
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12 days ago
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Ross S. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Also, a Deluxe Edition 2cd version of the debut > Montrose album coming in October. Deluxe Edition of Paper Money as well. Digging 10x10 too- big kudos to Phillips and Singer for finishing the album and all who participated. A fitting tribute for Ronnie. Maybe it's just me but I didn't really care for the Edga
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12 days ago
Hustler
Are you referring to the original LP/ Wounded Bird CD cover- or the generic band photo that Rock Candy used on their reissue?
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18 days ago
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Doug Wolfgang Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Ydde Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > about time they called it the music hall of > fame > Exactly...because that's what it is. Then maybe > the pedants will stop bleating about how artist A, > B or C 'isn't rock and roll'. Agreed 100% Doug.
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18 days ago
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Ken Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Agreed 1,000% > > I majored in music business in college, spent > years working in radio and concert promotions, > I've written a rock blog for Entercom Radio, been > to 500+ concerts, have 2,500 CD's in my > collection, yada yada yada... > > I've never EVER even heard of Sister Rosetta &g
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20 days ago
Hustler
I also consider it a compliment to Andrew that although this is primarily a music forum, for the most part it's also a community of folks that appreciate an occasional "winding thought" on an important non-music related topic. Reasonable opinions may differ, but it's still worth the time and effort to share them here!
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21 days ago
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Indeed, well done JMac- you are saving me a lot of typing time, my friend!
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22 days ago
Hustler
58 people dead, 500 injured- and you're making jokes. Way to double down on being an idiot.
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22 days ago
Hustler
Amen JMac to everything you just said. As for kevgret's comment: kevgret Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Nearly 1.3 million people die in road crashes each > year, on average 3,287 deaths a day. An additional > 20-50 million are injured or disabled. More than > half of all road traffic deaths occur among young > adults ages 15-44. >
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22 days ago
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Lynchomaniac Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Excited to see what the Eisley/Goldy collaboration > would turn out to be like - if it's a Giuffria > Pompy AOR type thing or of it's a more Hard > Rocking affair? Either way it eases the wait for > the second Resurrection Kings album, I loved the > debut, so a new one comes with great expectat
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23 days ago
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Agreed- as much as I would love to see the original band again with Barry & Gregg, Frank and Punky are the two guys I would consider "irreplaceable" for a reunion of sorts to play the Angel catalog. As for Chandler, he's an ok singer but he's nowhere near the same league as Frank. I thought the songwriting on Punky's solo album was a bit stronger than Frank's- but I couldn't help
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23 days ago
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I have em all, and all recommendations here are good- but I'd put Legends Of The Shires and March Of Progress at the top of my list as the most consistent end to end.
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24 days ago
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Great review Scott, I'll be checking this out. BTW I'm in total agreement with you on every point you made. Although you could argue which Vinnie era album has the strongest songwriting, IMO there's no question that ACOS is by far the best produced. Tsangerides has been an absolute godsend for them in the production chair! Newton's bone dry production style was never right for UFO, and it prevent
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24 days ago
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There may not be a ton of Angel fans here- but for those that are, I had to post this! https://youtu.be/BQfe-vUn9Jo I dug this song from Punky's solo album, but this sounds so much more right with Frank on lead vocals- sounds like (dare I say it)...WHITE HOT era ANGEL! Would love to see a few reunion show dates, before it's too late (if its not too late already- I thought I read somewhere t
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27 days ago
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I really liked the first three, but I absolutely love this one. IMO all killer no filler, and while each individual member has some real standout moments, collectively it's also the most interesting, cohesive, complex, and complete album of the four. If I were introducing someone to the band for the first time, this would be where I'd start.
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29 days ago
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Another +1...it's a decent ballad, if/ when you're in the mood for one. I like Deen's voice and Doug's solo is good, but overall there's nothing particularly memorable about the song for me. And btw I can definitely think of ballads on the last 2 Journey albums that I prefer over this.
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29 days ago
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I will 2nd and 3rd that sentiment. My favorite Journey album, unquestionably the pinnacle of the Rolie era, and (with no disrespect to the Cain era stuff) arguably the peak of the band, period. Whenever I think of Journey at their absolute best, the live performances from the Departure tour are the first thing that come to mind. The deep cuts I'm Crying, Precious Time and People & Places were
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