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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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4 weeks 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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5 weeks 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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5 weeks 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 weeks 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 weeks 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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7 weeks 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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7 weeks 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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8 weeks ago
kaneudeck
go to itunes Andrew, I believe they have a Gotthard track from the new album.
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8 weeks 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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8 weeks 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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8 weeks 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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8 weeks 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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8 weeks ago
kaneudeck
MR is one of my favorite albums of all time, up there with the Montrose debut. I went and saw Tesla on that tour and it is still one of my favorite shows of all time. They played every song off the album, and a few covers, the crowd was going crazy, Jeff hanging off the rafters, they ran out of material, it was amazing.
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
Looks like a couple very exciting weeks for me, with two of my favorite bands having releases. W.E.T. and Gotthard. Smiles for miles, lets hope I feel the same way after listening to them.
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
I like the album cover, probably more than I will like the music. Bach was it back in the day, with the release of the first two Skid Row albums, hasn't done much worth while since. Very sad given his talent and charisma.
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
Don't know if there are many on this site that are familiar with the band Hot Action Cop, even if you don't think you are, I am sure you probably have heard their songs playing on movies and don't even know it. They have just released a new 8 song album, which is their first in many years. They could be described as a mix between the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Ugly Kid Joe. Purchase album at th
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
How about a few US dates? I will meet you in Chicago, 5 hour drive for me,but would do it in a heartbeat for a chance to see Gotthard with or without Steve.
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
Living in America, I never had the chance to see Gotthard. It was always on my bucketlist, even if I had to travel abroad to see them years down the road. That dream somewhat died with Steve. But I love the sound of the band, and I had mixed emotions about them continuing without Steve. I however was able to keep an open mind with the new singer. After hearing Firebirth, I was happy they de
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
It will be nice to be able to get Gotthard off Itunes. Even when going through great company's like NEH, Gotthard has seemed to be difficult to get over the years, especially on release dates.
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
Always been a MC fan, but I am glad they are hanging it up. It is well documented that they don't care for each other anymore. I don't really care to see has beens on their way out, especially when I saw them in their prime. I cherish the memories, not looking for them to live up to their younger days, who can? They all can make it on their own names if they choose to. Maybe not to the level
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
It is such a mixed bag. We here on this sight are the exception, not the rule. We are the hardcore, die hard rock music fans, that seek out music that is candy to our ears, regardless of its popularity. That is not the norm. Most people need to hear something that they are told is the next big thing before they like it. We are also set in our old time ways, at least I am. I rarely listen t
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
Gotthard is one of those bands that is on the automatic order list,anytime they release something new, as they never dissappoint. I personally think they are one of the most consistent bands every, as far as always releasing quality albums, even if their style may change a bit.
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
Just finished Pat Benatar-Between A Heart and a Rock Place, and as much as I have enjoyed her music, it had to be the most boring biography I have ever read. 245 pages of bitching and talking too much about nothing interesting. God bless them for living a clean great life, but it sure wasn't very entertaining.
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
I don't want to get rid of all my CDs just the ones that aren't listened to much, or at all.
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
David Lee Roth's book was almost unreadable because it was all written exactly how DLR speaks which if you have ever heard him in an interview, it is amusing in small doses but in a book it gets very painful. The one section of his book that I thought was very insightful was the whole financial part of being a rock star.
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
I have read the Rick Springfield book, it was pretty good.
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
Rock or music related books can also be added to this room!
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
Not a huge reader, but when I get in the mode, I typically read biographies, mostly rock biographies, but not always. More often than not I try to check them out from the library, but when there is one I really want to read and can't find it at the library, I end up buying it. I am not a horder and would rather part with stuff like books that I am done with. That being said, is there anyone el
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
I did buy alot of music based on reviews in magazine like Circus and Hit Parader, even when I had never heard the bands. Reviews have always been my favorite section of music magazines, because at the end of the day, what I want to know about is new great music and release dates, every thing else is Icing.
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