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rocknut
Corridors Of Power, for sure.....and VH debut, of course. Jake E Lee on Bark At The Moon and Badlands. John Sykes 1987 and Blue Murder.
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2 days ago
rocknut
I thought the first was bad. Then I saw the second.
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3 days ago
rocknut
I can’t get over how bad the actual song is, let alone the production.
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3 days ago
rocknut
Damn, I was hoping you’d be able to help me out, oh well :0) There is another song called Hellraiser, that is just as good. I’m astounded this album didn’t get a green light. They remind me of Lion and Malice. Grave Danger - Hellraiser
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4 days ago
rocknut
Apparently set for a 1988 release on MCA, but shelved. If anyone has this that could send me a digital copy, or if anyone has a link I’d really appreciate it.
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5 days ago
rocknut
I’m partial to the debut and Warning From History, as it happens.
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5 days ago
rocknut
Yeah, I remember that too now you mention it. But that album is excellent. Reminiscent of Marshall Law.
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5 days ago
rocknut
Superb album, that. Really took me by surprise.
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6 days ago
rocknut
It was part of the 2002 (I think? Maybe 2001...) Speedstreet festival ‘thing’ that Charlotte in NC dies (or did) each year. It’s held in downtown Charlotte and is a NASCAR type deal, I believe. I can’t remember the set list at all, I was just really stoked to be seeing them. They were fantastic and the crowd was huge. Incidentally, Little Big Town also played earlier in the evening an
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6 days ago
rocknut
Oh yes, love them. I was lucky enough to see them when I lived in the US. That was a real bucket list moment. Great band.
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7 days ago
rocknut
I’d end up with cauliflower ears if I listened to a whole album of that. Way too much going on for me to enjoy, I’m afraid.
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7 days ago
rocknut
I clearly need to give it another go.
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8 days ago
rocknut
It’s not a direct comparison to any of those other artists, it’s the market he was up against. Solo singer/songwriter rock artists. It’s all personal choice, of course. But, for me, John Waite isn’t in the same league as those other guys.
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8 days ago
rocknut
Figure In A Landscape for me. Not a huge fan, though. I did see him in the US at the Atlanta Volunteers For America show and he was great.
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8 days ago
rocknut
I’ve never liked it. When you consider the strength of the material that the likes of Tom Petty, Rick Springfield, Bryan Adams and John Cougar were releasing over that period then it’s no wonder this album flopped. I don’t like the production, either. Too sharp and angular for my taste.
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8 days ago
rocknut
James Hetfield John Lennon
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8 days ago
rocknut
It’s a bit strange how many singers were once drummers.
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8 days ago
rocknut
Ronnie James Dio
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9 days ago
rocknut
Judging by that, the bands of the day were Judas Priest, Scorpions and Quiet Riot. I remember seeing Quiet Riot at Hammersmith Odeon in 1983. They were excellent live.
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9 days ago
rocknut
If having a guitar out of tune and a squeaking frontman that can’t sing is ‘destroying the competition’ then yes, they did.
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9 days ago
rocknut
Something about that Triumph video doesn’t seem right. Gil’s vocal is too good and the audio doesn’t quite synch with the picture at times. The clips of the crowd as well....to me this looks like a pro release and not live on the day footage
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10 days ago
rocknut
Uh, yes. They might be my favourite band or singer but I’m not a slavish follower. Sorry if that’s hard to fathom.
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11 days ago
rocknut
I often wish I’d retained school work with the surgical precision that I remember albums, songs, album covers and even album cover SPINES! I used to know which album I wanted by the spine of the cover on the shelf.
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11 days ago
rocknut
Red Hot fucking Chili Peppers
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11 days ago
rocknut
I saw Dare supporting Europe and they were excellent.
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11 days ago
rocknut
I saw them at Donington and they were blind in’.......saw them touring ToP, and they were abysmal.
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11 days ago
rocknut
Harem Scarem.....spot on.
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11 days ago
rocknut
As you said mate, it’s ingrained. They’re part of you.
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11 days ago
rocknut
I think it all depends if you happen to catch the band concerned on an off night. There are certainly bands that I think used to be good live but are now crap (Bon Jovi....), but it’s all subjective. I saw Aerosmith on the Get A Grip tour and they bored me rigid, but I’m certain that that particular show will be someone else’s all time favourite.
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11 days ago
rocknut
Nothing wrong with you at all, my friend.
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