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Nothing is 'sold' to an audience. The audiene has to opt to 'buy' it.....and in this case they chose not to. It was AIMED promtionally at that audience BECAUSE of Vivian Campbell being involved. The music wasn't the primary concern, it was the guitarist and his already high profile. The label gambled on it selling to said audience due to Vivian....and lost.
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rocknut
Honestly, I can't say I've heard an entire albums worth from the rest.
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rocknut
Demons Down House Of Lords Sahara
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rocknut
Discounting reunion album(s) Coney Hatch - Coney Hatch/Outta Hand/Friction
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rocknut
Dreadful.
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Yesterday
rocknut
This is worse than Rock Goddess. Far worse.
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rocknut
Rubbish. A marketing campaign will use ANY angle to garner sales. The fact it was advertised in Metal Edge isn't because of the musical content in the exact same way that 'Metal Edge' doesn't cater solely to metal bands/acts. They'll use Vivian because he's established and recognisable. It's ridiculous that this even has to be explained.
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2 days ago
rocknut
I used to like Rock Goddess, had the first two albums and actually thought they were on to something. The look, good singer, all female etc and then they just seemed to drop off the face of the earth. This song is okay, nothing more. The video is dreadful, but I'm curious to hear more material. Jody was the original Lzzy Hale......but Julie was always the looker.
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5 days ago
rocknut
Sometimes I agree with him, sometimes I don't. I have a hard time with anyone that states their opinion as if it's definitive.
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7 days ago
rocknut
Services to fashion. Apparently. I still can't quite believe that I used to think she was a looker. Yikes.
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7 days ago
rocknut
Like you don't...... I honestly thought it was a 70's Spinal Tap.
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7 days ago
rocknut
I don't mind that song, the others I listened to I didn't like at all. If I never saw them again I'd die happy.
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7 days ago
rocknut
It's so far removed from anything that I'd listen to voluntarily. I hate the whole 'jam' thing with a passion.
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7 days ago
rocknut
Seriously? That's like a 70's spoof. The bass player makes Juan Croucier look like Chuck Norris. Utter rubbish.
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7 days ago
rocknut
What's moronic is thinking that something you don't like is only liked by 'stupid people'.
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8 days ago
rocknut
How about 'he's never sung on a popular album', sales wise? Johnny Edwards and Robert Mason are interchangeable. Do you want your career to nosedive? Hire either of those singers. Job done.
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8 days ago
rocknut
Given Dennis' comments here, maybe you should have let him know first?
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9 days ago
rocknut
Robert Mason is the perennial 'career killer'.
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9 days ago
rocknut
Agree with Matt. I recently bought both again, and neither moved me greatly. Switchblade Serenade and Broken City are great songs, though.
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9 days ago
rocknut
Don't bother with Sweet FA (which indicates how many songs are worth listening to), or Kik Tracee. I like Orion The Hunter, although it does sound incredibly dated. Tobruk? Wild On The Run aside they didn't do anything memorable. I bought the album and saw them live, supporting someone I've forgotten, and they were forgettable. Their label threw a lot of money at them initially, to no avail
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10 days ago
rocknut
Agreed.
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10 days ago
rocknut
Mood Swings Voice Of Reason Harem Scarem ......the rest.
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11 days ago
rocknut
Yes, it's just you. White Sister? Pop? Give your head a wobble.
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11 days ago
rocknut
Yes, Terry. Our tastes differ.
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11 days ago
rocknut
I saw them, in Charlotte when I lived in the US. They were ok, but I've never been what I would consider a fan of the band at all.
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11 days ago
rocknut
Honestly, I can't think of too many albums I'd rather avoid. I've heard a couple of songs on the radio and they weren't very good. One in particular, something about a band and the obligatory 'Johnny', was just dreadful.
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11 days ago
rocknut
I like this band...and the new song. Their performance at the Brit Awards was superb, unfortunately you can't see the televised song any more for some reason. But - it was good!
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12 days ago
rocknut
Great call with Huey Lewis through the years. LOVE that band...also, for me personally, the big years are pre 1986. After that I find it slows down. A few good releases and a lot of lesser albums. Whereas the early 80's are literally awash with brilliant albums.
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13 days ago
rocknut
An absolutely brilliant song. When Leatherwolf were 'on it' they were superb.
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13 days ago
rocknut
Not using the same albums as Figge.... 80 Ready An' Willing Hi Infidelity 81 Moving Pictures Fire Down Under 82 Creatures Of The Night Number Of The Beast 83 Pyromania Kill 'Em All 84 Tooth And Nail Ride The Lightning 85 Under Lock And Key Night Of The Crime 86 Master Of Puppets Rage For Order 87 Appetite For Destruction Hysteria 88 Long Cold Winter Da
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