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22 days ago
phil2
1.) Boston 2.) Boston 3.) Boston 4.) Boston 5.) and Boston
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6 weeks ago
phil2
To me they have a strong Harem Scarem vibe going on......which is not a bad thing at all. Great CD.
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2 months ago
phil2
"A Place in Your World" is one fantastic piece of songwriting!!!
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2 months ago
phil2
Thanks Marco. Who is in the band now?
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2 months ago
phil2
http://plotn08.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Cover.jpg
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3 months ago
phil2
But those lyrics to "Dreamer" are ....uh...."Call me a dreamer, driving my B'M-er".....ugh!!!!!
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3 months ago
phil2
Thanks Trooper. Just checked out the CC Rock and the vocals sound just like Tibell. Only one EP?
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3 months ago
phil2
"Shining Star" Stryper "Frankenstein" Overkill
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3 months ago
phil2
I was just listening to "Replay" and forgot how good this was. Even the production was excellent. But I can't find any other output by them.
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3 months ago
phil2
His voice NEEDS all the effects live.
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3 months ago
phil2
After a search on ITunes I came up with this https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewCollaboration?cc=us&ids=31975034-4051727 It seems he still co-writes with various unknown artists.
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3 months ago
phil2
And STILL speaking of Mr. Bungle, on their first album released in 1991,was a song called "Travolta".It was the first song on the album. Now I look on ITunes and the first song title has been changed to "Quote Unquote"!!! I played the ITunes sample and it's the same song!!!!Are you telling me Johnny T. made them change the title? Is he THAT full of himself? Anyone else have th
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3 months ago
phil2
Pagan's Mind still gets played regularly in my house(and car) but I just can't get into Pain of Salvation. They remind me of Mr. Bungle and speaking of Mr. Bungle, although "My Ass is on Fire" and "The Girls of Porn" are genius, everything else they've done doesn't do anything for me.
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4 months ago
phil2
I still say Satriani.
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4 months ago
phil2
HAHAHA!!Ok. Thank you. Great job. The tunes are VERY catchy. No label? Or is Firefest the label?
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4 months ago
phil2
this sounds awesome. Who did the production? Very impressive. The songs sound fantastic and I cannot wait for this. What label is putting it out?
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5 months ago
phil2
That's because Tom was probably intimidated by Gary. The guy actually can PLAY every instrument AND sing. Tom can play guitar, bass and program computer drums!! But singing?? well, that's a negative. I think Tom would have been challenged by Gary, and rightfully so. Gary is an awesome talent. Too talented for that joke that is called Boston.
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5 months ago
phil2
a brilliant Paul McCartney cover. :-) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gw05CcYENjo&feature=player_embedded
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5 months ago
phil2
Thanks Scott. He does play the solo on "Thank You".
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5 months ago
phil2
Tom Morello
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5 months ago
phil2
Please enjoy free downloads of unreleased material including a brand new song called "Thank You" at http://www.philvincentbands.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=60&Itemid=54
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5 months ago
phil2
Warren Dimartini
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5 months ago
phil2
I think it's Joe Satriani.
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5 months ago
phil2
Wow. Never saw them live but I've been a fan since their debut. Sloman really put them in a different league when he joined them on the second album. That band should have been huge. Sloman was a very underrated vocalist.
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5 months ago
phil2
The vocals(and rhythym guitars) are drenched in reverb which muddies the sound of the mix, for me. Other than that, it sounds fine. I wish Halford sang with a little more conviction. He seems too laid back on a lot of the tunes.
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5 months ago
phil2
Yes it is a shame. And as digital media keeps getting smaller and smaller, so will the attention to detail that was so vital to creating a great sounding recording. Where will it end?
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5 months ago
phil2
How true that is. Guys like George Marino were on almost all of my favorite albums back in the day..... when mastering was an art. It still is an art to some, including myself, but guys like that are few and far between. :-)
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5 months ago
phil2
I forgot to mention the bit mapping. If a band records in 24 bit format then that's the format it should be mastered. Once you burn a CD, it's 16 bit. If you send the 16 bit CD to be mastered then the original 24 bit recording can never be maintained. Mastering USED to be a fine art but with so many digital formats available today it's doesn't seem as important to a lot of bands.
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