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9 days ago
kaneudeck
Great album altho it is kind of a grower. Papa Roach is on of those bands that has defied the odds. Their first hit Last Resort was a cool song, but didn't expect much from them, however they have been very consistent, and a GREAT live band!!
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15 days ago
kaneudeck
How many people out there really care all that much about live albums? I for one really don't. There are rare exceptions, the only one popping in my mind at the moment is Gotthard-Defrosted. Not to say I don't ever buy live albums, but usually it is a listen or two and then put away, rarely if ever to be listened to again. I have no interest in the new VH or Sammy live albums coming out. I j
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21 days ago
kaneudeck
I miss the hard rock/rappin kid rock, but also like many songs on this new album. First Kiss is a great song. There is a country version of the song Wasting time, on the First Kiss that is awesome if you can find it. This album is worth a B+, a few snoozers, but mostly a good listen.
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21 days ago
kaneudeck
I miss the hard rock/rappin kid rock, but also like many songs on this new album. First Kiss is a great song. There is a country version of the song Wasting time, on the First Kiss that is awesome if you can find it. This album is worth a B+, a few snoozers, but mostly a good listen.
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28 days ago
kaneudeck
Love the first 3 songs released for this album. I probably prefer the polished studio sound, but these are still great. I have my tickets to see them in May. Seen them many times, never dissappoint.
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28 days ago
kaneudeck
Killer tune! it looks like Halestorm will continue once again to build momentum with another good album. They seem to have been doing all the right things. I knew they were something special the first time I saw them when opened for Seether and Shinedown, touring on their first EP. Then I saw them again with 30-40 or so people, and they were incredible. The next time I saw them, SOLD OUT sho
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4 weeks ago
kaneudeck
3 of my Favs Mama Let Him Play-Jerry Doucette Rock n Roll Party in the Street-Axe Since You've been Gone-Rainbow
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
Slash's relapses got old after awhile, same of the same, but it was a good read, but probably could have been a bit shorter.
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
Got my copy ordered before JSS sold out of his signed copies, glad I didn't hesitate and put it off and over think the purchase like I do many things. New sound for JSS, but I think I will enjoy it, as I typically tend to listen to more modern rock these days. I try not to listen to samples too much as the teasing frustrates me.
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
I am one of the hugest JSS fans on the planet, and would have loved to see him in Queen. I have his Queen tribute DVD and love it. I do however, just based on his American Idol performances think that Adam is probably a better fit. More because of image and flambouant performances. JSS can sing anything, but he isn't cut from a different cloth than Freddie, where Adam can more easily be comp
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
DLR book at some enjoyable moments, but after a while the Davespeak, as TOUCH1980 got really old, to the almost unreadable level for me. The best part of his book was the section where he talk about the music industry and how it works and the money and the accountants and all the BS. Rudy Sarzo also had a good one. I have read so many of these biographies I can't keep track. Anyone wa
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
Papa Roach is one of those surprising bands that have really pulled off a good career with longevity. They have accomplished that with solid albums, and kick ass live performances. Last couple albums haven't really grabbed me much although there was nothing wrong with them, just the same old. Scars is by far their finest song IMO. I am looking forward to FEAR.
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
Always thought he would be perfect for Queens since his American Idol days. Glad they brought him on board. I would def go see if I had the chance. I couldn't even bring myself to listen to them with Paul Rodgers, just not a match with their sound, although the album maybe good, I still can't even give it a try.
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
so many good ones out there. Slash's Ozzy's (very funny) Corey Taylor's Zakk Wylde, Pat Benetar, Ace Frehley, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Eddie Trunks (I have and will sell for cheap along with a few other:) Dave Mustaines Nikki Sixx Stephen Tylers
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
I am looking forward to it as well, but don't have Showtime, so it may be awhile.
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
Song is pretty good, not amazing. Definitely not as polished as their previous work. Die hard fan here, will order some tickets to their May show probably Wed. I have seen them about 5-6 times, always put on a great show.
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
Anyone interested in buying 20 old vinyl Beatles albums in very good condition? They are re-issues on Capital records. Very cool for framing for wall art or spinning on the turn table. I have a friend packing up a house and looking to sell. They are in the plastic covers, played once or twice if at all. Pretty good find for a Beatles fan.
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2 months ago
kaneudeck
I do like the new song. I have been a Kid Rock fan for years. Not a fan of his more country stuff, but overall a pretty big fan. There is no other artist that can unite fans across the table like KID. Has music for Rap Fans, Hip Hop, Hard Rock, Country, Pop, Red Neck, clean songs, dirty songs, profanity filled, and wondering if he will bring in the Christians with the new album and the song J
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
I am a big fan of the Eyes S/T album more so than Windows, def in my stack of favorites.
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
Being a pretty big Buckcherry fan and a sucker for a good cover tune I will probably get the new Buckcherry EP. For whatever reason I have never been a big fan Mamma Kin, not sure why. I first heard it done by GnR, and it never did anything for me.
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
Def Soto for me. Queensryche could be horribly interesting, but not very hopeful. Didn't know Scorpions had plans for a new album.
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
Haven't heard most on that list including Rival Sons. I can't imagine anything beating out SLASH for #1. I listened to Robert Plant once, and thought it was horrible, and almost unlistenable, may have to try again just to reaffirm. Really like Tesla's album as well.
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
Red Dragon Cartel did nothing for me. Loved Tesla, Nickelback, Tom Petty Gotthard not bad, but it didn't really grab me either
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
To be honest, I have never heard Abigail, but I have never been a King Diamond fan, and don't own a single album. MC came out when I was about 20 years old, and I was obsessed with it. Went to sleep to it every night. Not so listenable today for me, but the memories of its greatness will not go away.
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
Michael Sweet has a very distinctive voice, that screams STRYPER no matter who is playing guitar.
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3 months ago
kaneudeck
I have little hope for new material with Geoff but it sure would be incredible if he did bring back the magic from the Operation Mindcrime album, IMO the best concept album ever, and one of my favorite albums ever. With the exception of a few sparkles on American Soldier, he hasn't recorded anything worth listening to in 15 or more years.
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4 months ago
kaneudeck
I would be so excited to hear new Spread Eagle, but haven't heard anything. I am friends with Ray on FB, and send him a message once in a while asking about new music, with no response. Open to the Public is one of my favorite albums, especially in the last 2 years, I have revisited it, and more amazed with it then ever before. Ray West vocals are amazing, the layers and harmonies are addictiv
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4 months ago
kaneudeck
Scott's most recent album Proof of Life is awesome, one of my favorite of the year.
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4 months ago
kaneudeck
Love Halestorm, was really sold the first time I saw them live, which was prior to their first album. Live they kill, and give chills, after that it's easy to love their recorded music.
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