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8 days ago
kaneudeck
So far a great listen. Again the length kind of delutes it down a bit. Haven't had it long enough to see what I would cut, but I am always glad to have the extra songs, so I kind have mixed emotions about the whole long album thing. Slash has finally got the formula for greatness. I could only imagine if Slash had Myles after Axl left, the legacy could have rolled on and continued to build.
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13 days ago
kaneudeck
New Medicine is the band, and Breaking the Model is the new album. For those of you not familiar with this band, I believe this is their second album. Their style would best be described as a Green Day meets Rage Against the Machine, meets Beastie Boys. I enjoyed their first album, Race to the Bottom, nothing great, but interesting sound with some fun songs. That was about it. The new album
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18 days ago
kaneudeck
Haven't heard the new album yet, but can't hardly wait. Apocalyptic Love is the best G&R album since Appetite. I have been to hundreds of concert and Slash was one of the best.
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21 days ago
kaneudeck
Survivor was one of the first bands I ever really got into. There was nothing bigger than Eye of the Tiger when it was released, and I am pretty sure that album was the first cassette I ever purchased. I realized that Jami didn't sing on that album, but I never did realized they changed singers till years later. He picked up the vocals and ran with them after Dave left the band. I was fortuna
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29 days ago
kaneudeck
I usually get all of Mike Tramps stuff, but nothing has really ever just blown me away with greatness, I hope this one does.
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30 days ago
kaneudeck
Some bands I bought their album because of their image, and others I bought despite their image. MTV & videos helped alot of bands, but a band like Tesla, I hated their first video, Cowboy of a Modern Day, mostly because Jeff looked like a huge flamer, but that album MR, ended up being one of my favorite albums ever, and TEsla one of my favorite bands. I could never get myself to entertain
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4 weeks ago
kaneudeck
Would def put Scott Stapp and Tesla in the top 3. Looking forward to Thousand Foot Krutch, Soto, and Otherwise
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5 weeks ago
kaneudeck
I have been a Godsmack fan since their first album, and have enjoyed to some level, every album they have released. For me personally, I think they picked up the torch that Metallica dropped years ago, and ran with it. Oracle, their last full length studio album is probably my favorite. Their new disc isn't an Oracle, it is much darker, best compared to the album Faceless. I was not particula
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5 weeks ago
kaneudeck
The only thing I will add, is that his latest Album "Thanks for Listening" is at a whole different level than his previous efforts. It has been done very well, with great supporting singers, and good song writers along with good production. It still is what it is, but I would recommend you give this album a chance and see what I am talking about. It is addicting. It is one of those
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5 weeks ago
kaneudeck
If your not familiar with Colt Ford, Thanks for Listening, if I am correct is his fourth release of a style know as Hick-Hop. And it is exactly what you may guess, country rap with hip hop influences, with country Hick lyrics. To put this review in perspective, I have to tell you a bit about myself. I live in the middle of the corn fields of Illinois. I grew up in the city, made a wrong tur
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7 weeks ago
kaneudeck
Anxiously awaiting this realease just like every other JSS release. With that, I like the sound of this song. However, with all the styles JSS has been involved in, I am the biggest fan of W.E.T.-Rise UP and Beautiful Mess, more so than the heavier stuff. It's not that I don't like heavy, I do, just prefer Jeff's voice on the mellower stuff. I will preorder as soon as available. Bring it on.
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
Tesla is one of my favorite bands of all time, Mechanical Res. one of my favorite albums of all time, and the first time I saw them supporting their first album, one of my favorite and most memorable concerts of all time. New album is pretty good. Really enjoying a few songs big time, but still getting familiar with it. Not their best album but still pretty solid and enjoyable. MR is one
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
I watched a video from the new album, and although the sound was pretty good, I get turned off by the repeated use of the F bomb over and over. Never used to bother me so much when I was younger, now it is a total turn off. Ice-T is too old for all that. He has done alot with his life, shouldn't waste time at this point about shooting people. By the way, I think I bought their fist CD with co
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
I would guess the reason my thoughts on the artwork has become less important to me is that, I don't sit around and take the time to really get into like I used to. When I was a kid, sure I did. As I become an old man, although very important and what seems to keep me going quite often, music is more of background as to other things I am doing, rather than a sit and gaze at the cover or stereo
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
Is it attractive, NO. Do I care? NO Am I excited about a new album with Slash and Myles, absolutely, first one (AL) was amazing, and the best album Slash had done since appetite, possibly album of the year, if not close, but a grower. Definately best concert of the year, maybe decade for me. Cover art is pretty much irrelevant at this point, especially since most music is downloaded now
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4 months ago
kaneudeck
Just saw the Golden Godz Awards last night and Axl sounded and looked horrible. Joan Jett stole the show, looked and sounded great, especially for 55.
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4 months ago
kaneudeck
GnR in its current form does not interest me. However, a club tour of an Axl solo band would. I know that doesn't make sense, but very true for me. When he tries to carry on as GnR he is just the Ahole we all knew he probably was. If he is doing a solo club tour he is doing it for the love of the music, and hopefully just to connect with the fans and maybe build a new following. I think that
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5 months ago
kaneudeck
As with anything Jeff puts out it will be preordered. My musical tastes generally lean towards more modern stuff these days as opposed to melodic. However with Jeff, it leans more towards his melodic style rather than his harder material. I have W.E.T. Rise Up as my album of the year, and the best album he has ever sang on, so it will be a hard album to follow up to. The first 2 samples fro
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6 months ago
kaneudeck
Great band live and on record. If their momentum continues they will be monsterous. Road warriors that kill it every night on stage, really play live, and are the read deal. Don't be a hater.
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6 months ago
kaneudeck
So what are you trying to say Mike, I am like a broken record? I suppose I can be about the artists I really like.
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6 months ago
kaneudeck
Great band. I have been a big fan since the From One album. They have produced a couple of my favorite songs of all time, with Superman from Duality and Broken Hearted Soul from Black Sun, which is a very good album, also love the song Waste of Space from Black Sun. Black Sheep seems to be more of an album of extra songs that didn't make their previous albums, but still a few very worth while
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6 months ago
kaneudeck
Well not 100% sure it was there debut, but Otherwise put out a great album a couple years ago.
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6 months ago
kaneudeck
This list has gotten smaller over the years Gotthard Godsmack Disturbed Tesla anything with JSS or Danny Vaughn Halestorm Shinedown Buckcherry
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6 months ago
kaneudeck
Concert Queen, it is nice to hear someone else loved Redlist, I really liked that direction. As far as the "Shinedown" style, I am all for it, as I am a big fan. If he could get Howard Benson to produce it, I bet it would be huge, that dude seems to know his stuff. Adrenaline Mob, I have really been getting into them lately, their new album is a monster in my opinion, and I can
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6 months ago
kaneudeck
For me the appeal to JSS isn't only the voice but the diversity of the projects he does. I have probably 70 different CDs of his work, so honestly with me, I am used to mulitiple names, but I would prefer it would just be under 1 name, and let the audience figure out how diverse he is. Hell I am confused when I am trying to find a particular song he has done, because first I have to narrow it d
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6 months ago
kaneudeck
go to itunes Andrew, I believe they have a Gotthard track from the new album.
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6 months ago
kaneudeck
I agree its better to have a 12 track all killer cd, but you won't hear me complain too often about too many songs. It is the day of playlists, and Itunes, you can easily delete what you don't like.
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6 months ago
kaneudeck
Will preorder as soon at it is available. Loving the WET live CD/DVD set. Don't understand the constant changing of the name, Jeff Scott Soto, JSS, Soto, I am sure there is a reason, but it would make sense to me to stay with one and continue to develop the Brand Name.
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7 months ago
kaneudeck
No doubt Rick has release a ton of great stuff that mainstream hasn't even realized. Don't you think career wise he may have done much better in the long run, if he took the band approch like Bon Jovi? I am the exception, but many men are or would be emabarrassed to admit they like Rick's music. If he were just the figure head of a "band" he would possibly be more widely accepted by
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7 months ago
kaneudeck
Got mine on Friday, great music package put out by W.E.T. and Frontiers. Others should take note. If more bands put out packages like this, more hard copies would be sold.
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