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stevebme
I'm waiting for this as well. Can't wait for the full album to come out on CD!
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27 days ago
stevebme
Unprofessional on both sides. Should have been handled behind the scenes.
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6 weeks ago
stevebme
Boss - Step on it needs to get issued on CD! And also BB Steal with bonus tracks / remastering!
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7 weeks ago
stevebme
Was surprised to see Bo Bice sing "In a Dream" accapella by Badlands on American Idol. That's a pretty obscure track too.
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7 weeks ago
stevebme
I really want to be excited for this like I have been in the past, but I'm just not. Their last few albums have left me scratching my head and wondering where all the great songs were that I grew up listening to. I hope I'm wrong and that the hype will be justified this time. My fingers are crossed...
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8 weeks ago
stevebme
Recently, I've really been getting into Wayward Pines on Fox. It's really got me hooked.
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2 months ago
stevebme
Yeah, he does have a pretty impressive list of artists he's worked with from the AOR/hard rock scene. But I guess he's not content with that.
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2 months ago
stevebme
Shadowlife I hated at first. Well, I still can't get into it but there are definitely a couple of good songs especially the Japan bonus tracks which I think were better than any song on the actual album. I kinda put it in the same category as House of Lords - Power and the Myth. There are a couple of good songs on it but you have to realize that it's a different animal than the rest of thei
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2 months ago
stevebme
Yeah I have it as well, but don't remember too much about it. It was heavy but didn't have a lot of melody from what I recall.
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2 months ago
stevebme
I thought the songs and the music were great, but the lyrics were cringeworthy.
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2 months ago
stevebme
Haven't heard it but it was discussed before that those Lady in Waiting songs were abysmal in quality. That's one of the reasons it hasn't seen the light of day until now. Maybe it's been rerecorded?
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4 months ago
stevebme
These have caught my attention, Although I need to hear the soundbytes first to make my final decision: Nelson: Peace out 15.5 Whitesnake: The purple album 15.5 Ten: Isla de muerta 20.5 Mark Slaughter: Reflections in a rear view mirror 22.5 Michael Bormann: Closer 22.5 Room Experience: s/t 22.5 S.A.Y: Orion 22.5 Dennis Churchill Dries: I 29.5
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4 months ago
stevebme
Is Carsten still the vocalist?
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5 months ago
stevebme
FM, Jetblack (their last album was a monster so I have high anticipation for their next one) and Peterik/Scherer. I can pretty much buy these sight unseen. Impelliteri, Bonfire, Serpentine I'm anticipating but definitely want to hear samples first.
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5 months ago
stevebme
Would love to hear him put out more material, even if it's as a hired gun. It's been way too long between drinks.
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5 months ago
stevebme
I agree with the statement below fully, but I think the main reason for my disappointment with this cd is that it's something to listen to and go 'ok, that was cool to hear', but not necessarily something that I would go back to for repeated listens. I feel like that would be something to go to youtube for. I haven't seen the DVD but i think this would be much better as a visual medium. When
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5 months ago
stevebme
Well, I can see why he got bored with it ;-) I also liked the storyteller's aspect. Why not add in a couple of other guitarists though? It'd definitely fill out the sound and give more life to the songs which definitely have more parts which got ignored. If Money was the issue he should have just hired them for the one concert? I generally love acoustic albums if they're done right, sadly thi
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5 months ago
stevebme
I was really looking forward to this, but I have to say I'm pretty disappointed with it. I know I should have listened to clips first but it was a spur of the moment buy and I generally trust Rick's output in the past. First of all I guess I was expecting something along the lines of Night Ranger - 24 strings and a drummer which I thought was awesome. The acoustic guitar sounds flat and lifele
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5 months ago
stevebme
Live albums are definitely not my thing either. They just take up space where I could have a studio album. There are a couple of exceptions for me though. If it's cheap enough I'll pick it up (like less than $5) or if it's in a format that I like such as stripped down / acoustic versions or orchestral versions. Then I'd justify the cost. But otherwise I stay away.
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6 months ago
stevebme
For me, the new guy is very good, but Andreas really set them apart and made them unique. Now their sound just filters in with the masses.
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7 months ago
stevebme
I totally agree with Pressure. We're seeing the same names over and over again saturating the market. Carsten Schultz David Readman David Reese Doogie White In the past it was: Michael Bormann Tony Mills But both of these guys have cut back making it more interesting to hear their albums when they do come out. These guys are all good to great vocalists, but when they're everywher
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8 months ago
stevebme
I prefer the old site as well, mostly because when i try to access it from devices other than a tablet or phone, the panels get screwed up and difficult to make out and navigate. Its not a bad format by any stretch, just not as accessible as the last one was.
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8 months ago
stevebme
Can't say I'm a fan of FR David but I loved Ammonia Avenue when it came out. A very cool album!
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8 months ago
stevebme
Yeah, I think he's smart not wanting to get involved in the lead vocals. He knows that he'd have to bring it every night and risk blowing his voice out on some very difficult songs night after night. Just because he can doesn't mean he should. Revolution Saints gives him the opportunity to show off his vocals without having to strain his voice on a regular basis.
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8 months ago
stevebme
I really liked it. It's way more Whitesnake than Led Zep though.
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8 months ago
stevebme
This is going to be massive! Love it!
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9 months ago
stevebme
Liked Jorn's version of this song as well. He made it much heavier and it worked.
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9 months ago
stevebme
Is this Michael Bormann's old band? If so excellent band!
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9 months ago
stevebme
Really excited about this. It sounds great!
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10 months ago
stevebme
And of those 5500 units, 5000 were returned in the coming weeks ;-)
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