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3 days 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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4 days ago
kaneudeck
Oh and don't forget The Night Santa Went Crazy -Weird Al X-M@$-Corey Taylor
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4 days 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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10 days 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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12 days 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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22 days 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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5 weeks 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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5 weeks 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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6 weeks 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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7 weeks 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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7 weeks 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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8 weeks ago
kaneudeck
Judas Priest-Turbo Spread Eagle-Open to the Public
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
Rick Springfield Gene the Werewolf Last in Line Sixx AM Volbeat billy Talent
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2 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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2 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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2 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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3 months ago
kaneudeck
Although I am a huge JSS fan, I think the best album def goes to the one with Joe Lynn Turner, Crystal Ball I believe. However Don't Let it End with JSS is by far my favorite song. Great song, that I would really like to see re-recorded.
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
Rick could have been much bigger if he were named as a band, not just a dudes name. If you are guy it is not cool to like Rick Springfield. I don't care, but honestly I do kind of keep in the closet. I think men in general are bigger music fans than woman. Most of Ricks following is female, not because his music doesn't have mass appeal, but because men think it would be gayish to be an open
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
I would probably go see this show. Have disliked almost everything Geoff has put out in at least 15 years, and not a big fan of either of the other 2, I think the three together would make it worth a night out.
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
I think Rocket is Rick's best full album to date, all good songs no filler, and all very catchy. I would even say it could be the best album released in 2016, if not, def in the top 5. I have been a RS fan since the early years, and still enjoy much of his back catalog, I recognize that much of his earlier stuff has a very dated sound, often with cheesy keyboards that I often find as more of a
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
interesting article
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
I have been a huge Stereoside fan for years, almost fanatical. Ever since I stumbled onto their So Long album and the remarkable song, On Our Way, I just couldn't get enough of them or anything with Jeff Shields singing on. Their follow up to so long, the self titled album, although criticized by some, I still really liked it. Then Jeff sang on an album with a band, Stone Glory, and I enjoyed
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
Looking forward to hearing the band with a new vocalist. Never cared for the previous singer, so never really gave the band a good listen. If I don't like the vocals, nothing else really matters to me, general rule.
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
has anyone every seen Danny Vaughn live in the US? I am a huge fan, and if he comes to America and tours it sure isn't often or very extensively. I have never known him to come through the St. Louis area. He is one of the few left on my bucket list of artists to see, but new ones are often added.
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
I am curious who are your go to bands that you must have their new music even before you hear any samples. The bands that you often preorder their new releases. I have had many throughout the years, some have fallen off the list after they were no longer consistent in quality. Biggest example of the one that no longer is worthy of my money is Queesnryche more specifically anything with Geoff Ta
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
I can't wait to hear it. Anything Danny sings on, I am in and looking forward to it. He is one of my favorite voices of all time. He has that voice that is not only beautiful but still manly. I sometimes struggle with the singers that are too high pitched and border on girly. Also Danny has a song writing style that really appeals to me. He writes in a way that often tells a story you can f
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
there must be a mole
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
Paul Shortino, always loved his voice
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
F*** it all and F***ing not regrets!
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
I especially liked their last album
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