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2 days ago
kaneudeck
I don't know if it was the best support band ever, but surely the most memorable when I went to see Seether and Shinedown at a club show years ago. I walked in and heard this opening band with this monster of a voice. Honestly I wasn't sure if it was a man or woman singing, I just knew it blew me away, similar to a Sabastian Bach. It turned out to be Halestorm in support of their live EP. I b
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2 days ago
kaneudeck
I saw Tesla on the MR tour as a headliner at a club, and still one of my most memorable and favorite shows ever. They played every song on the album and then played some covers and ran out of songs to play, the crowd was going nuts. Good times.
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4 days ago
kaneudeck
Metallica with Armoured Saint at a small club in ST Louis before they got big The Lollapolloza when Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Red Hot Chilli Peppers all played. Queen Gotthard since they never seem to make it to the USA, same with Danny Vaughn.
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11 days ago
kaneudeck
The WET, was good but not great for me. Seemed like very cookie cutter and quickly written. Rise Up to me has the much better quality songs with great Choruses.
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11 days ago
kaneudeck
WET-Rise up JSS-Beautiful Mess Jeff Scott Soto-Prism Eye-S/T 5th would take some deep thought
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12 days ago
kaneudeck
This is very exciting news. Rise Up is probably JSS best album ever. I can't wait, but that is still at least 10 months away. Looking forward to this release.
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19 days ago
kaneudeck
Quiet Riot will always have a place in my heart as they were my gate way into Hard Rock/Metal. Love them with Paul Shortino. Those days are long past. Haven't heard anything out of them worthwhile in many years. I like James, and might go see them more to see James than QR. They are just trying to capitalize on the name, hang it up already Frankie, your a great drummer, go play and leave QR
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4 weeks ago
kaneudeck
Love JSS, huge fan. Soul Sirkus wasn't that good IMO. I traveled 4 hours to watch them play up in Chicago, and don't regret it one bit, but the album wasn't anywhere near the top of JSS other releases. Now that being said with the Jeff and the Journey comparison and what could have been, you don't need to look any further than W.E.T. Rise UP, it is very Journeyish, one of Jeffs best albums e
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
There are quite a few but probably my favorite is On Our Way by Stereoside, one of those songs that just has some awesome lyrics, and Jeff Shields has a great voice. If you never heard it, give it a listen.
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
Well I am not sure what happened to them, but they put out some pretty good music and they were excellent live.
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
Totally forgot about Rick Springfield, he def gets the #1 spot for me, one of the best albums he has ever made. Also I want to add Thousand Foot Krutch, Sully Erna, Amaranthe, I Prevail, and Billy Talent to the list of best of 2016 Tyketto was decent, def nothing great, my tastes obviously lean in another direction than MR, so many of the others people have suggested haven't graced my ea
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
Really having a brain fart on the releases this year, however these are some of my favorite Gene the Werewolf Metallica Sixx am Last in Line Volbeat
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
The last studio album was fantastic
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
Ra-remix EP Halestorm EP Gotthard One thing I need to say, Gotthard is one of my favorite bands, but it is often a struggle getting their new releases. Never a pre-order option on NEH which is where I buy most hard copy CDs. I always am able to get their music, but it often takes a few extra minutes. I want it yesterday, lol.
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
Gene the Werewolf Metallica Thousand Foot Krutch Last in Line Volbeat Rick Springfield Billy Talent Sully Erna Alter Bridge Sixx AM Amaranthe I Prevail
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
Oh and don't forget The Night Santa Went Crazy -Weird Al X-M@$-Corey Taylor
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
Can't believe these haven't been mentioned, by far my fav by leaps Christmas is here-Buckcherry Spank-Screaming Santas Rocking Round the Christmas Tree-Sin City Sinners
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
Yes, actually that was not the title of the movie if I remember correctly. Was it maybe Rich Girl? Not sure, but the movie was pretty horrible. The songs were pretty good, just rather dated at this point. I think he went by the name Jay Esses.
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
CSD is a great album. I don't they could have found a better Graham replacement. I have been a Hurricane fan, not a huge fan, but I liked them and owned some of their music. I believe the CSD is much better than any Hurricane.
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4 months ago
kaneudeck
You all have just depressed me. I have heard a few songs that they have released, and think Moth is the best song since Black album was released. Ordered mine today from Amazon, making me second guess that purchase.
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4 months ago
kaneudeck
By far their best album. Their previous album had the standout song Drop Dead Cynical, which was just killer. The rest of that album didn't do much for me. This album is all in line quality wise with Drop Dead Cynical. Highly recommended.
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4 months ago
kaneudeck
Haven't listened to this one yet, but I will put it on the list. Don't forget about Death Angel, put out a good album this year as well.
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4 months ago
kaneudeck
I believe they couldn't have found a better vocalist to replace Steve, sound wise that is, have never seen them live. They are on my bucket list, but I don't know the chances of them touring the US.
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5 months ago
kaneudeck
Not a bad album. Love Danny's voice, one of my favorite of all time. I really love his writing style, especially on his solo albums. They tell a story, and keep my attention beyond just beat of the song. I am still trying to grab onto this new album a bit more, but for me, I prefer the more acoustic, and style of Danny as a solo artist.
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5 months ago
kaneudeck
AC/DC with Bon always works itself back into rotation in my house. Time less Rock n Roll. So many great songs, one of these days I just need to revisit whole albums with Bon, as years ago I just picked my favorite and those are the ones that I am familiar with. TNT def needs to be mentioned and Beating Around the Bush is just a killer riff. What is perhaps even more amazing is that the fi
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5 months ago
kaneudeck
Judas Priest-Turbo Spread Eagle-Open to the Public
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6 months ago
kaneudeck
Rick Springfield Gene the Werewolf Last in Line Sixx AM Volbeat billy Talent
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6 months ago
kaneudeck
Looking forward to their new album. One of my favorite bands, and one of the most consistent, always putting out a good product. I don't think they could have picked a better singer to replace Steve. Since they never come the United States I have never had a chance to see them. They and Danny Vaughn are probably about the only ones left on my bucket list to see live.
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6 months ago
kaneudeck
If there is such a band, these would be close for me Gotthard Disturbed Godsmack Shinedown Halestorm Tesla
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6 months ago
kaneudeck
Queensryche-everything after Promiseland, Operation Mindcrime 2 almost made me physically sick it was sooooo bad Alice in Chains, that album with a dog on the cover, freaking horrible Stereoside, their latest, love the band, but it was the worst $15 I have spent in awhile, production horrible, songs horrible, just simply bad. Metallica-St. Anger, horrible, don't know what they were think
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