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9 days ago
phil2
I still say Satriani.
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13 days ago
phil2
HAHAHA!!Ok. Thank you. Great job. The tunes are VERY catchy. No label? Or is Firefest the label?
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14 days 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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4 weeks 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 weeks ago
phil2
a brilliant Paul McCartney cover. :-) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gw05CcYENjo&feature=player_embedded
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5 weeks ago
phil2
Thanks Scott. He does play the solo on "Thank You".
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5 weeks ago
phil2
Tom Morello
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5 weeks 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 weeks ago
phil2
Warren Dimartini
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5 weeks ago
phil2
I think it's Joe Satriani.
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7 weeks 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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7 weeks 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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7 weeks 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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7 weeks 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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7 weeks 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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7 weeks ago
phil2
You make perfect sense Snake. But, on occasion there are Cds mastered for Ipods that still sound good on a regular stereo system. Obviously it depends on the system. The bass boost added for Ipod mastering is to compensate for the loss of low end on the ear buds. The QR and Tesla, and even the KXM are perfect examples of this. I think that is why KXM re-released a different version of their CD. I
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7 weeks ago
phil2
Yes QR and Tesla DID know what worked 20 years ago but they want to sound "current". QR and Tesla are mixing their music for Ipods or Iphones, which is how most people listen to music nowadays. I still prefer the big sound system, as most of us on this board do, but we're in the minority. But I'm glad Night Ranger stuck with their original sound.
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8 weeks ago
phil2
I find the quality of the playback equipment in the studio where it's being mixed/recorded is one of the most important things to consider. If the producer or band are listening through crappy monitors, or laptop speakers then the excessive bottom end on the Quiet Riot and Tesla makes perfect sense. They boosted the bottom to make it sound good on those speakers, which are 2 inches!! :-) The
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2 months ago
phil2
You lucky bastard!!! :-) That was so awesome!!!
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2 months ago
phil2
And you people busted MY balls for my CD covers!!! :-) I'll take half naked women over this EVERYTIME. HAHAHAHAHA!!!!
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2 months ago
phil2
you picky bastard!!!:-) I'll send you some songs that aren't on youtube that I think you'll like.
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2 months ago
phil2
Did you listen to any of their songs on you tube?
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2 months ago
phil2
Andrew, I BEG OF YOU, make this person go away!!!
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2 months ago
phil2
I know the titles may not reflect this, but it does have a positive message running throughout. :-)
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2 months ago
phil2
I had posted an expletive filled e-mail from Denander a few weeks ago. I never did ANYTHING deserving of the verbal abuse but ONE person thought otherwise. Doug Wolfgang defended Tommy like he was protecting someone he used to breast feed, so I referred to DW as Tommy's mom. Hence the Mrs. Denander reference.
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2 months ago
phil2
Scott,did you get the AMMOTRACK yet?
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2 months ago
phil2
Has anyone heard this yet? Not a huge rap fan but together with some heavy riffs and killer drums this sounds great. Ice T still has "it".
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2 months ago
phil2
But still, one of the funniest "That Metal Show" episodes was with the Nug. And musically, "Tied Up in Love" has some sick lead guitar.
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2 months ago
phil2
ANDREW, I CAN'T SIT BY ANY LONGER WITHOUT SAYING SOMETHING. MRS. DENANDER(DW) ALWAYS TALKS DOWN TO PEOPLE LIKE HE/SHE SITS ON SOME LOFTY THRONE, PASSING JUDGEMENT ON THOSE WHO DON'T AGREE WITH HIS/HER OPINION. WTF? THIS IS A MUSIC BOARD. IT ALWAYS GETS PERSONAL WITH THIS PERSON.
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2 months ago
phil2
The site looks fantastic. Great job Andrew. It was worth the wait. :-)
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