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21 days ago
Paul Ryan
Certainly better than what I heard on Yosemite Sam's video! Paul
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21 days ago
Paul Ryan
A band called Forever Never did a far better cover of You're The Voice on their I Can't Believe It's Not Metal cd! You're The Voice They did a few other covers on there. We Close Our Eyes by Go West was a good one We Close Our Eyes It's heavy down tuned metal, so the pink and fluffy brigade better be aware!! There is a SHITE version of Still Of The Night on there though!! Paul
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24 days ago
Paul Ryan
Yeah, but 'to me' that's exactly what it sounds like. I have to call it as I see it. If I was asked to describe it, that's exactly what I would say. You obviously feel differently. That's great. We just have a difference of opinion. Paul
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24 days ago
Paul Ryan
Oh Carl, believe me, I've listened to it so many times and it just does not resonate with me at all. As a massive Dream Theater fan, I buy anything they release without a second thought. I'm glad you like it, but it does absolutely nothing for me at all. Paul
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24 days ago
Paul Ryan
I've been a major Dream Theater fan for 24 years now. Defended them to the hilt when other people said their music was just noodley wank. However, I just cannot get in to The Astonishing at all. Maybe 2 good songs for me. The rest is just wishy washy piano driven boring background lift music. It kills me to say that, but like Rocknut, I've given up with it now. Paul
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25 days ago
Paul Ryan
Jeff, you were right!! Here's a page with a scan of the booklet. This is from Rock N Roll Revival in 2012. WFTW Lyrics Paul
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30 days ago
Paul Ryan
Maybe they should put a wig on the top of the Sunstorm circle so you know! Paul
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4 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
Terry, you're thinking of Diesel with Robert Hart. I think this is much heavier than his solo stuff or Bad Company or Distance, so I think he is bringing some gruffness in to it, but his voice is as good as ever. Paul
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4 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
If anything Jeff, I prefer this heavier approach over the melodic stuff you do. Seems to fit your voice better. Looking forward to much more heaviness from you in the future! Paul
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4 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
Just remembered Robert Hart. Still sounds amazing. On the heavier end, Chuck Billy from Testament seems to get better with age. A nice gruffness to his voice, but still melodic.
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4 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
I love the heavier side of Jeff. I always have Inside The Vertigo on when I go out running to keep my energy up. I don't think this new one is as immediate, but I do hope Jeff keeps on with this heavier route.
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4 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
Steve Overland. Just as good now as in 1986 when I first saw FM. Paul
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4 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
FM,(the band), reported on Twitter that the Vasby Rock Festival has gone in to administration! ATTENTION!! Vasby Rock Festival filing for bankruptcy! Vasby Rock Festival have been forced to take the hard decision of filing ourselves for bankruptcy. Therefore the fourth edition of the VRF will not be. This difficult and tough decision was taken in agreement with all members of Väsby Rock Mana
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5 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
I've got to say that I love David Reece's voice. If The Good Die Young by Bangalore Choir is one of my favourite vocals of all time. But, I'm just not feeling it with him in Bonfire. It's more EZ Livin doing Bonfire covers and I think David is much better than that. I'd love to hear what he could do by co-writing with people like Doug Aldrich, George Lynch or Danny Danzi, (who we definitely ne
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6 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
Needs more Ken Tamplin tongue. Paul
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7 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
Hey Doncherry, check out Watchmen from Argentina. They have 2 cd's. A self titled one and the second is called Nowhere To Hide. Good ballsy rock. Watchmen - Adrenaline Paul
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7 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
Disciples Of The Watch by Testament H.H Boogie by XYZ Pull Me Under by Winger The Writings On The Wall by Stryper Paul
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8 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
Finding anything out is like getting blood from stone! Paul
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
The idea may have been 'borrowed' from the caricatures of FM from the Aphrodisiac album. Paul
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
Addyeddy, Stix tweeted last night and said, "The plan is to also have a brand new record out by the time we come back to the UK in October!!! We are hard at work in the studio!!! 2016!!" But I'm with you. I'm struggling to decide whether to go. Might save my money and go to Robby Valentine and Mitch Malloy in Liverpool! Paul
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
Why not? It would expose them to an arena audience. As much as Steel Panther are skitted, they are a massive draw. What band wouldn't want a slice of that exposure? Paul
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
I think what I meant to say is have support bands that complement the headliners. Europe are a good draw and still doing good business. They could be the main support and then give someone new a chance at opening. Or even have 4 bands on, 3 established bands and give a band like Eclipse or Voodoo Circle a 20 minute slot to gain exposure. Otherwise, where are the headliners of the future and how d
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
I see Steel Panther are doing 4 UK arena dates in October at Wembley, Cardiff, Manchester and Birmingham. Support is from Buckcherry and Bowling For Soup. £27.50 plus fee for printing your own ticket off using your own paper and ink! As a fan since the Metal Shop days and seeing them on every tour, I'm not sure how their show would go over as arena headliners. They rely on a connection with
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
Steve Perry's new solo album on Melodicrock Records. pig....cat....eons Paul
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
Are you thinking about Bad Company?? Paul
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
And Hurricane too! Kelly Hansen has said there is no chance of anything further as he's too busy with Foreigner! They might as well have put Jimi Hendrix, Queen with Freddie Mercury and David Bowie on that list for all the good it would do!! Paul
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3 months ago
Paul Ryan
That was even worse than Romeo by Heavy Pettin!! WTF did I just watch!!
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3 months ago
Paul Ryan
Musicbazz Never used it myself though!! Paul
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3 months ago
Paul Ryan
Last Of The Runaways is my favourite, closely followed by Time To Burn. III was a good album, but I did struggle with Promise Land. I would have loved to hear Dann Huff singing and playing Through My Eyes though! Great hook. Paul
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4 months ago
Paul Ryan
Agree about it being a great album, but with cheesey lyrics. However, is it just me that is hoping for another Blanc Faces cd? Paul
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