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stevebme
Can't say I liked it all that much either. I's not bad it just not memorable. And certainly not something I would pay money to hear more of...
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13 days ago
stevebme
Yeah the scene where they're in the record store and he gets caught looking at a Poison album ... sweet! But the movie in general is pretty funny.
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14 days ago
stevebme
Heard this song at the end of the Deathgasm movie (a decent horror/comedy flick that reminds me of Trick or Treat - on Netflix BTW), it was playing over the closing credits and I can't stop playing it. The band is called Skull Fist (from Canada) off their "Chasing the Dream" album and this is probably a bit more melodic metal than most of their other speed metal type songs. I think a
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20 days ago
stevebme
Excellent suggestions, those are great albums.
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28 days ago
stevebme
Most of the people here would know him from Talon. But he also had a couple of other gigs through the years.
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28 days ago
stevebme
Michael O' Mara is a good choice. He's an excellent singer and would do the Hurricane songs justice.
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6 weeks ago
stevebme
I don't see it being sold anymore. It used to be on CDBaby, but it's not there anymore.
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6 weeks ago
stevebme
Just wondering about this new album. What happened with the 'Down the Rabbit Hole' album. I'm wondering if this is going to be the full album that was supposed to be completed. If not I hope they release those songs as a bonus disc or something.
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7 weeks ago
stevebme
For me its Actual Fantasy. Love this album and none of his other albums have come close to it for me. Love the stories, the instrumentation, the hooks.It all comes together on this album. He even said in an interview how difficult it was to condense the individual stories down into 3-5 minute songs and said he wasn't going to try it again. It's too bad because he did a great job of it.
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7 weeks ago
stevebme
No there wasn't enough time in the day so they set up a campfire for him to grimace around :-)
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7 weeks ago
stevebme
I hear a LOT of early Whitesnake in there, especially the Coverdale-esque vocals. Very cool.
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2 months ago
stevebme
Would rather see another Starbreaker or Westworld Cd than a tnt album. As much as I love tnt i agree with bruce, their output over the last 20 years has been less than stellar.
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2 months ago
stevebme
Hopefully he's just writing / producing. His voice has been shot for a while.
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3 months ago
stevebme
I have a copy of the Logan EP he had put out a while ago and gave a listen to Circle of Light. While I'm not a fan of his voice I'm still very sad to hear of his passing. RIP
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4 months ago
stevebme
That's too bad, on paper having David Reece sing Bonfire's greatest hits sounds like a winner. But then again so does having Axel Rose sing AC/DC ;-) David's a great vocalist but really needs some killer material behind him to bring out his talents.
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4 months ago
stevebme
A few singers were considered. Don't know who the others were only that Mark was. Would've been real cool to hear him sing some of the songs from the first album. What could have been:-)
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4 months ago
stevebme
That may have been the reason why Mark Free was auditioning for them at the time, but according to Mark, John liked the sound of his own voice too much!
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5 months ago
stevebme
By the way anyone know what Chali Cayte is doing these days? One of these European bands should hire him to do vocals on their album instead of some of the heavily accented vocals we hear too often. I put him in the same category as Ted Poley, a great voice for AOR.
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5 months ago
stevebme
Don't see what's dreadful here. Their first three albums have just about the same sound. They're definitely not doing anything much different. Hope the production is better than in the clips though and Al's voice ain't what it once was. It does seem a bit more guitar oriented than their other albums.
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5 months ago
stevebme
This was kind of a minor mystery for me so I thought I'd share it. I picked this LP up in a vinyl store in Boston about ten years back. It was a test printing with nothing more than a generic white sleeve and in marker it said Guardian, 1982 and the four songs listed. After playing it the singer sounded very familiar to me but I couldn't put my finger on just who he was. At the time I found a
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5 months ago
stevebme
Massachusetts! Go Red Sox!
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5 months ago
stevebme
I don't hate it, but it's not the sound that I fell in love with from this band. Hope this is just the one track to try something different out.
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5 months ago
stevebme
Its melodic, has a decent hook, decent production. I can definitely tell its Reckless Love. Its not a great song but its far from the worst I've ever heard.
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5 months ago
stevebme
I like it, it's definitely not on par with their best but it has its merits. Hope the rest of the album is better.
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6 months ago
stevebme
Tate needs someone else to write songs for him. He's still got the goods vocally but needs the right songs to exploit it.
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6 months ago
stevebme
The singer reminds me a lot of Paul Allen from Nouveaux. Especially during the softer passages. Sorta has a Christian feel to it as well. Liked what I heard though.
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6 months ago
stevebme
Yeah, I never believe these farewell tours. If the money is there, they'll come back.
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9 months ago
stevebme
I think Vandenburg the band wanted to reform without Vandenburg. But Adrian put a stop to it ;-)
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9 months ago
stevebme
Excellent! I love this band. Looking forward to what intricate powerful songs they can come up with this time.
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10 months ago
stevebme
Well, Ozzy's (or Sharon more likely) screwed many of the musicians he's worked with so its probably for the best that he declined. Would have been a big boost for his career though,
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