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2 days ago
kaneudeck
I stumbled across the new band Red Sky Mary after reading a positive review on their album River Child. It helped that the album was only $7.99 on iTunes. But let me tell you this is an awesome album. Has a 70s feel, with super strong vocals, and some great songs. I have been playing this album non-stop all week. I haven't been this excited about a new band since Halestorm. This is a must l
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6 days ago
kaneudeck
I was in college, at the end of my freshman or Sophomore year 87 or 88. We were getting things packed up in the dorm to go home for the summer, and a friend down the hall brought his copy of Operation Mindcrime and popped it in my boom box, that was it, I was sold. Die hard super fan, up until about Frontier. Still bought many albums after that, and always disappointed, I had heard them befor
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6 days ago
kaneudeck
Frontier, now that was as super crappy album, I can't remember a single highlight. After a disappointing Promise Land, it was kind the death of them for me. I can't even think of a song worthwhile on that album. Of course they released plenty of crap after that, which MC2 could have been the ultimate steamer, as I can't even listen to it without getting a headache. A far cry from the days I w
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7 days ago
kaneudeck
I think Mindcrime and Empire are two of the best back to back albums ever. I was really introduced to them when Mindcrime came out and bought everything new and old after that. I enjoyed some of Rage, but IMO it wasn't in the same ball park as Mindcrime or Empire. Promiseland was a disappointment when it came out, but later it grew on me, and it a has a few great songs, that I still listen to
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17 days ago
kaneudeck
I am skeptical, as Megadeth rarely puts anything out memorable these days, but I will give it a listen.
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20 days ago
kaneudeck
I enjoyed a few of their songs, but kinda fell short in the big picture. A similar band that really should have done very well was Lillian Axe, great band with some really good songs.
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20 days ago
kaneudeck
Record stores are a fond memory from my youth. Peaches was a big one for me, later it was bought out and the name changed, but can't remember the name. I have many hours clocked in those stores. It is just funny how things change. As a kid, that is what I spent money on. Now a days, it is just much different. Not sure what kids do other than mess on the phones and computers. Music is still
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28 days ago
kaneudeck
Countdown is a great album with amazing songs, truly one that will always rank high on my list. Other than that, I find Megadeth very hit and miss. Great/good songs here and there, much of what they put out is very forgettable. This is very typical of a band that has been around as long as them. I would like to see a band that his been around this long, put out a classic album, but rarely ha
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5 weeks ago
kaneudeck
I would say that Axl isn't swimming in money, but I could be wrong, I think that is the main reason he would be doing it. Chinese Democracy was bad IMO. sooo layered. The appeal to GnR was their rawness, and dirty uniqueness. Mostly lost on Illusions, totally lost on CD. I may just be salty, because GnR made such an incredible impact so quickly and then flushed it all. They are like t
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5 weeks ago
kaneudeck
Obviously the GnR reunion is about $$$$ and for that reason, I understand. However I think Slash has a great thing going with Myles and shouldn't bother with the reunion. But money talks, and will make people do crazy things. I hope Axl has leveled out and can work things out with the band. I have not interest in seeing them live, but I look forward the reviews.
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5 weeks ago
kaneudeck
I will take Slash with Myles any day over a return of Axl. I don't think I have ever heard him sound good live. Myles is the real deal, and the albums he has done with Slash are the best since Appetite.
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7 weeks ago
kaneudeck
Livin on a prayer
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7 weeks ago
kaneudeck
I saw DLR solo back early in his career, not sure what tour, and it was an amazing show. Awesome affects, boxing ring in the middle of the venue, giant surf board over the crowd, it was just awesome. With that being said, I wouldn't waste money seeing him at this point. Would only consider if he put out a bad ass album, which he most likely won't. But I also wouldn't go see Sammy or AC/DC, or
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
It would have been awesome to see Dave and Sammy on stage together doing Van Halen, but honestly, they are all over the hill now, and I wouldn't waste my money on them. I have a hard time going to see these vintage bands in old age when I saw them in their prime. PASS
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
Papa Roach Shinedown Disturbed Joel Hoestra???
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
I enjoyed some of the early STP. Not a fan of Scott with VR, thought it was a horrible choice by SLASH and the rest of the band, Scott obviously had well publicized issues, and taking on another high maintenance singer after the Axl drama seemed absurd to me. Scott had a good voice but nothing that blew me away, and I though VR needed a voice that was a little more stand out and unique. RIP Sc
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
Very excited about new Metal Church, have been getting into their old stuff quite a bit. Tesla and Gotthard always good!
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
Funny thing is all three of mine are on the Monsters of Rock Cruise, but too much $$ for me.
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
JSS, Danny Vaughn and Gotthard
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
When coming up with a list like this, the hardest thing is knowing what actually classifies as Metal, as it always seems to change. Queensryche-Mindcrime is def at the tops of the list on many catagories. So is Empire. Metal Church-Hanging in the Balance is an album I liked back in the day and love even more now, to the point it is very high on my all time favorite Metal album list.
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
You are correct, Dirty Dynamite is the best Bon Scott AC/DC album since his death, Hoodoo the album just prior def has some songs that could fit in, but overall not as good as DD, but the closest Krokus album style wise. Krokus earlier stuff isn't the same style, although good, its not as similar to early AC/DC as DD and Hoodoo.
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
Being the huge JSS fan, and Russell Allen fan that I am, it was a very pleasant unexpected surprise in discovering Joes Hoekstra's 13 release Dying to Live. I usually have anything with JSS pre-ordered and count down the days to release. For whatever reason I didn't know about this album with Joel that came out. And it first even when I found out I listened to some samples on iTunes and wasn't
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
Not so sure it would be a power ballad or not, but I am huge fan of the song Miss You by Candlebox, great song, so many great other song that could be on the list, numerous great Gotthard ballads.
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4 months ago
kaneudeck
It is nothing personal, and if nothing else, most singers voices start failing as they get older. I judge purely on the finished product and how it sounds and how it makes me feel. If I don't like vocals or drums or anything in particular it can ruin it for me, because that seems to be all I can hear. So Hail to Bruce for keeping at it, and for those that enjoy it, rock on, but I am not enjoyi
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4 months ago
kaneudeck
I am a big Gotthard fan, and loved Steve, but never had a chance to see them live. Nic has done a great job as a replacement on the albums. Being in the USA, I don't personally know anyone that has even heard of Gotthard that I hadn't turned on to them, which is a damn shame, one of the most consistent rock bands in history IMO. Should be a household name here.
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4 months ago
kaneudeck
warrior 21 are you in the St. Louis MO area? I grew up going to Vintage Vinyl, although I don't much anymore. As far as the new Iron Maiden, it just isn't sounding very good to me. Songs may not be bad, but Bruce's voice is almost unlistenable to me. Back in his golden days, he was an acquired taste for me, now that his voice is slipping, it just isn't good, and with bad vocals I can't get
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4 months ago
kaneudeck
Carry On is by far Chris' best solo work. Audioslave is his best overall work. Soundgarden had it's highlights, but over time it really hasn't held up to my ears, I really don't ever go reaching for a Soundgarden album, don't even really crave a song, but I have always enjoyed his voice.
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4 months ago
kaneudeck
some good mellow acoustic stuff, but not mind blowing. Enjoyable tho
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4 months ago
kaneudeck
http://monstersofrockcruise.com/east/ I just found out about the Monsters of Rock Cruise, Shredders from the Deep, and about lost my mind with the lineup! Some of my Favorite bands of all time, Tesla, Queensryche, and JSS! Bucketlist favorites Tyketto and Gotthard, and Metal Church. Other amazing bands that I have never seen like Extreme, Dangerous Toys and many others. This cruise
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4 months ago
kaneudeck
Def agree with W.E.T> Extreme Spread Eagle Harem Scarem
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