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12 days ago
Paul Ryan
I think Phil Soussan takes more credit for that song than he is actually due. Steve Overland co-wrote it! Shot In The Dark - Steve Overland Paul
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8 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
I've been eagerly awaiting the new Threshold album. Love this band! Here's a link to the first song released off the new album:- Threshold - Watchtower On The Moon I see they have announced two UK dates in November. The Islington Academy on the 20th November and, at long bloody last, a North West date at The Live Rooms in Chester on the 21st of November. Just bought my tickets!! That w
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
Definitely looking forward to this. Love Robby's music. Also looking forward to his new Queen album, the other two were amazing! I don't know why the hell Queen are touring with Adam Lambert when they have an absolute perfect fit in Robby. Paul
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
I'm a huge Def Leppard fan and whilst I love Viva Hysteria, I do agree that Phil Collen, when not reigned in by Mutt Lange, does tend to play really fast solo's even where there wasn't one before. He's proved he can do slow tasteful solo's, but I think if given free reign, he does like to shred and that can make his solo's start to sound similar. One thing I do think though is that they should
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4 months ago
Paul Ryan
I've never seen Adam Lambert before, so based purely on these videos, I don't like it. He's too 'Theatre School', too 'Glee' with the songs. There's no sincerity in there. I thought the exact same thing as The Gooch, he takes interpretation of the vocal melodies that he's not earned the right too yet. Marc Martel is way better, but I can see the argument that his look and mannerisms are are di
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4 months ago
Paul Ryan
BB Steal - Def Leppard Airbourne - AC/DC H.E.A.T. - Britney Spears ;o) Paul
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4 months ago
Paul Ryan
It's a fantastic album. Currently playing it to death!! Rock Your World is an amazing track. Absolutely love the chorus! Paul
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5 months ago
Paul Ryan
2 questions:- 1) Why is he wearing sunglasses inside a dark studio? 2) Why do bands insist on calling their fans kids? Most Judas Priest fans are probably in their 40's or 50's! Paul
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5 months ago
Paul Ryan
Following on from the thread below about mid-week gigs and a few people said they don't drink as they are up for work the next day. How annoying are drunk people at gigs? I've been to see Dream Theater, Steel Panther, Black Stone Cherry and Foreigner, Europe and FM so far this year and at every single gig, I couldn't believe the amount of people who were pissed beyond belief. I mean literally
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5 months ago
Paul Ryan
I go whatever night they are on. I usually drive my wife and son so I don't drink and I'm up at 6:00 am for work Saying that, I was going to say about drunk people at gigs, but that would be a whole thread on it's own so I won't hijack this one. I'll start a new one! Paul
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6 months ago
Paul Ryan
I hope he gets it. Love the guys voice. Hopefully Terry Thomas is on board too. Paul
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6 months ago
Paul Ryan
I've been bitten too many times in the past to complete collections by bands now. I still can't bring myself to spend money on Collage by Ratt and that's the only one of their's that I haven't got. Glad I heard it before I bought it! Paul
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6 months ago
Paul Ryan
I was excited to see Extreme touring, but there's no way I would pay £28.50 for a gig at Manchester Academy. Maybe at the Apollo with another couple of decent bands and a bit of a stage show, but not on their own. Paul
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6 months ago
Paul Ryan
Saw him on the anniversary tour for Waking Up The Neighbours a couple of years ago in Liverpool. Absolutely amazing. No support band, just 2 1/2 hours of top quality music. His voice is as strong as ever. I would definitely advise checking him out! Paul
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6 months ago
Paul Ryan
It is with great regret that due to circumstances TOTALLY out of our control we have to announce that we are no longer playing the M3 festival in Baltimore. We would like to thank you for your amazing support and apologise to everyone that was looking forward to seeing us play at the festival. We know how frustrating it is to be told 'due to circumstances out of our control' but we ask that you r
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6 months ago
Paul Ryan
Thanks Robaich!! Paul
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6 months ago
Paul Ryan
Just checked Setlist.fm and this said that Foreigner only played 9 songs including encores in Belfast!! Surely a mistake? Headliners doing 9 songs? Hopefully that's an incomplete setlist! Anybody know? Paul
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6 months ago
Paul Ryan
My Mrs absolutely hates Testament and Dream Theater but they are two of my favourite bands. If I try and listen to them when she's there, I just get sarcastic comments about noise and noodling, so I just listen to them in my car, on headphones or when I'm on my own. If I said that just because I can only play them in certain company I couldn't listen to them as I don't have time for them, I wo
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6 months ago
Paul Ryan
The first time I Heard Party Like Tomorrow Is The End Of The World and The Burden Of Being Wonderful, I wasn't that impressed. After hearing them live the other week in Manchester, I appreciate them a lot more now. However, there are much better songs on this album. The chorus on Bukakke Tears made me choke the first time I heard it and She's On The Rag is really funny. It's also a great album
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7 months ago
Paul Ryan
Yeah, but it's in Yorkshire. A North West date would have been nice as well as Scottish dates for all their fans in those locations! Just seems strange to celebrate their 30th anniversary and do a UK tour that misses huge parts of the UK. Their normal tours are usually better spread out across the country. Paul
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7 months ago
Paul Ryan
I've been watching FM live since the Indiscreet tour. As much as I love that album, (and it is one of my all time favourites), and it's great to hear that stuff, it would be nice to hear The Dream That Died, Crack Alley, Tattoo Needle, Sister, Rainbow's End, maybe even something off Paraphernalia and certainly more off Rockville I & II. Saying that, if they did, somoene would probably say,
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7 months ago
Paul Ryan
Never really cared for Kiss all that much, but I absolutely love Asylum! Great album. Paul
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7 months ago
Paul Ryan
I preferred the days before all this pay to meet and greet stuff! I remember that FM always used to come straight off stage and chatted with everyone, never rushing off, but chatting like mates, Steve Overland in particular. Good times. Also Darren Wharton was super friendly every time I bumped in to him on the Out Of The Silence and Blood From Stone tours. Met all of Tesla in the bogs at B
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7 months ago
Paul Ryan
Yes, great night. You can't not enjoy a Steel Panther show, Wasn't that impressed when I heard the new songs a few weeks ago, but they came over much better live last night, so I'm going in to the album with an open mind. Loved the video screens and the thought that went in to reproducing the lyrics!! Got to say, unlike Cookie, I thought Mia Klose was dreadful. Her voice after 5 minutes was li
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7 months ago
Paul Ryan
I agree with Addyeddy. Brilliant at Firefest and after Wigwamania they never recaptured that energy. I wondered what would happen now that Teeny and Flash are playing with Yawn! Shame. Great band. Paul
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7 months ago
Paul Ryan
7 months ago
Paul Ryan
Mine would be Testament, Metallica, FM, Dream Theater, Work Of Art, Winger, Thunder, Threshold and Giant (with Dann Huff!). Paul
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7 months ago
Paul Ryan
Yeah, Me and Mary Jane. I didn't think it was a particularly good melody and they seemed to sing it all the way through! Paul
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7 months ago
Paul Ryan
Went to see Black Stone Cherry in Manchester last night. Great gig, good varied set list, picked by the fans too! They played a couple of songs off their new album due in May. One was classic BSC, the other was a bit repetitive for my tastes. Sound wasn't perfect but they are one hell of a live band. Although, the selfish attitude of some gig goers never ceases to amaze me! Plus, is it too har
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8 months ago
Paul Ryan
Steve Overland, Kelly Hansen and Tommy Shaw all sound as good live now, if not better than they did in the 80's. As much as I love Ratt, Stephen Pearcy has definitely not looked after his instrument! Plus Geoff Tate really struggles with the Queensryche stuff these days. Paul
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