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6 days ago
Paul Ryan
Started 8pm till 9pm. 20 minute interval, then 9:20 till 11:00pm! Got to say though, £30 for a t shirt was a piss take!! Paul
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6 days ago
Paul Ryan
If Images and Words is your favourite album ever and your username is A Change Of Seasons, I think it's safe to say you'll really enjoy the second set!! Paul
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6 days ago
Paul Ryan
Went to see Dream Theater last night with my son. Got to say it was a cracking gig. Great to hear Images and Words in its entirety. Never ceases to amaze me how talented these guys are musically and still pull it off live. I think James LaBrie could have done with better monitors at a couple of stages though. Also wasn't a fan of John Myung's Jaco Pastorious bass solo tribute if I'm being honest.
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17 days ago
Paul Ryan
As far as I'm aware it's just them like the last 'An evening with' tour. First set is 'greatest hits' for want of a better phrase, then they have a break and come back and do Images And Words in it's entirety! Can't wait for Manchester! Paul
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18 days ago
Paul Ryan
Dan Reed Leigh Matty Neville MacDonald Bryan Adams Kip Winger Paul
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4 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
I was only talking about this the other day. When Facebook was awash with posts saying what a legend he was, I thought, hang on, he served jail time for sleeping with a 14 year old. This fact seemed to be forgotten amongst the adulation. I thought when Gary Glitter dies, will they say he was a torch bearer for glam music in the 70's, or will they just say he was a paedo? When Rolf Harris dies,
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4 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
FM - supporting Bon Jovi on the Slippery When Wet tour in Liverpool in 1986. Outstanding, still to this day. Tesla supporting Def Leppard Romeo's Daughter/Saraya supporting FM Styx supporting Journey/Foreigner Skin - supporting Little Angels Paul
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4 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
So, logged in to Ticketmaster and Live Nation at 5 to 9 ready to get some tickets. Dot on 9am, the official onsale time and there are no tickets available on either. Funnily enough, there are loads on resale sites for £250 each, and that was the cheapest! Something really needs to be done about ticket sales like this. Absolute rip off! Paul
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5 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
Manchester Apollo officially holds 3500 and was sold out last night. I've gone from seeing them in Apollo sized venues on the BSS tour down to Academy sized venues that hold 1000-1500 when they first came back with Shooting At The Sun and then back up to Apollo sized venues now. Well deserved too! Paul
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5 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
Love Steel Panther, have since they were Metal Skool/Shop, but, I'm just not feeling this one at all or the Cheap Trick cover She's Tight. Sounds tired, contrived and forced. Maybe it's time for a break, recharge the batteries and come out with all guns blazing again. Paul
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5 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
Went to see Thunder last night. Most definitely a band that just keeps getting better and better with age. Danny Bowes was in the best form I've heard in 27 years. The sound was great from where I was too. The guitars seemed to have a bit of an extra crunch to them. If you're seeing them on this tour, you're in for a treat. Lots of stuff from Rip It Up, Wonder Days and BSS. However, while it d
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5 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
Love this album! I have the original and re-recorded versions. However, I still rate Soldiers Under Command, To Hell With The Devil, In God We Trust and Against The Law by Stryper as better 'hair metal' christian albums than this and I'm an atheist!! Paul
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7 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
The collapsing 'Doris' on Metallica's And Justice For All tour! I saw them at the NEC in 1988 and they also had a lighting rig that collapsed and nearly hit Kirk Hammett! Paul
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7 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
I saw Dare at the Parr Hall in Warrington. This was after Vinny left and it was just Richard Dews on guitar. Must have been about 20 people tops. To their credit, they still gave it everything. It must have been so demoralising as I saw them there on the Out of the Silence tour and it was rammed! Paul
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7 weeks ago
Paul Ryan
Went to see Dan Reed Network last night. Ears are still ringing this morning. Absolutely superb live band. Dan took requests from the audience what to play next, so it was a full career retrospective. It was an absolute joy to see a band like that close up and personal and just appreciate the talent of all members. Check out the tour dates and if they're near you, go check them out. You won't
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
The needle's stuck! Give it a knock. Paul
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
Are you sure you're talking about Paul Rodgers and not Ted Rogers, the English comedian and host of the game show 3-2-1 with Dusty Bin. That would explain a lot. Ted didn't release any British blues based hard rock albums. He mainly just gave caravans away with really difficult clues. I understand why you're confused now. Paul
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
Bitch please! You are the ultimate greatest hits fan. Probably know loads about Cant Get Enough but that's about your limit. Try Youtube and actually do some research as you clearly have no clue about Free, Bad Company or Paul Rodgers. Want me to provide some links because you obviously won't know what to look for. Paul
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
Come back and debate when you understand the subject matter. You obviously haven't got the first clue about Free or Paul Rodgers. Better stick listening to Livin' On A Prayer and Sweet Child O Mine. That's about your level of knowledge in rock music. And you're even wrong about them. Paul
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
You obviously know nothing about British blues based rock music. This is not British blues based rock. Fact. The fact that you don't know that means you're an idiot and your opinion is wrong. Go and listen to riffy and groovy Free and then listen to this again. Nothing in common. You're deaf and you're wrong and you probably strangle kittens. Paul
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
No it isn't. Where are the riffs and grooves and the traditional British hard rock sound. This has none of them. Fact. If you think it does, you obviously don't know what riffs and grooves are or traditional British hard rock. Have you never listened to Led Zeppelin. Paul
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
Not enough riffs and grooves - fact. He should get back to what he was doing on his first couple of albums, proper british based blues rock. Paul
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
No sir, I think it is quite clear that 'You' don't know what riffs and grooves are if you say the new Thunder album has none. Again you put your deficiencies on the shoulders of others. This is called classic transference in the mental health world. No One Gets Out Alive - great groove Rip It Up - great bluesy riff She Likes The Cocaine - great groove Right From The Start - Classic Thunder
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
Blanc Faces! Fuck me!! New album please!! Paul
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
It 'factually' lacks riffs and grooves? That right there shows what shit you're talking! It lacks riffs and grooves in 'YOUR' opinion. I and many other people love the riffs and grooves on the album, so there is no 'fact' in your statement. Again, 'YOUR' opinion is you don't like it, everyone else on here does. You just seem incapable of accepting that as though you're right and we're all wron
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
The new album lacks the riffs and groove. In 'your' opinion. Everybody else seems happy with it but you still feel the need to quote the post and then reply why you think they're wrong. They're not wrong, they just have a different opinion to you that you seemingly flatly refuse to accept. Quit while you're behind!! Paul
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
Well, being a rabid Thunder fan since BSS and seeing them on every single tour since, after actually listening to the album, I think it is brilliant!! It sounds more like The Magnificent Seventh than Wonder Days to me. In any case, it has Thunder written all over it. All I can say is that you need to listen to it objectively and make your own mind up. It is definitely not bland and boring to thes
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
Quite normal? Not on nearly 20 posts in the same thread it isn't. You could reference the persons name and save all the extra scrolling and save the space it's wasting in this ever growing thread. But then again, seeing all your replies, this one will also probably go in one ear and out the other!! Paul
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
You really don't need to quote the original post in each and every reply! Jeez. Although, I get a feeling....... Paul
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2 months ago
Paul Ryan
Cain_Abel. Seriously?? When he sings Poontang Boomerang, you can't tell me that's not the vocal melody to Cherry Pie?!?! Virtually every comment on other sites says it's a rip off also. Don't get me wrong, I love the song, but that is a 'borrowed ' vocal melody!! Paul
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