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1 year ago
kerbdog
It's been mentioned ad nauseam over the years but in Lizzy's 'jailbreak', the opening line 'tonight there's gonna be a jailbreak, somewhere in this town...'. How many towns have more than one jail to break out of. Or do they not know where the jail is maybe? The song 'hear me out' on Vengeance's 'Take it or Leave it' album. The line 'she's discussing our relations with everyone...' when he obv
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1 year ago
kerbdog
Have to agree, 'Blackout in the Redroom' is a classic. For anyone who's interested if you goto to Jizzy Pearl's website Jizzy Pearl's website and click on the Love/Hate tab,there's a fascinating insight into the rise (if you can call it that) and fall of the band. Backstabbing, double dealing, rows, reunions, publicity stunts (Jizzy tieing himself to the Hollywood sign, a must read) etc etc.
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1 year ago
kerbdog
Mr. Fastfinger (Mika Tyyskä) Album: The Way of the Exploding Guitar Check out the tracks 'Wax on Wax off' and 'Tapping Boogie'. Amazing! Mr Fastfinger - Way of the exploding guitar
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2 years ago
kerbdog
Collective Soul - 'Youth'
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2 years ago
kerbdog
King's X - 'Out of the Silent Planet' King's X - Gretchen goes to Nebraska Dream Theater - 'Images & Words' Corrosion of Conformity - 'Wiseblood' Jellyfish 'Spilt Milk' Queensryche - 'Operation:Mindcrime' Zakk Wylde - 'Book of Shadows' Savatage - 'Hall of the Mountain King' Dokken - 'Back for the Attack' Def Leppard - 'Pyromania' Toto - 'Isolation' Millennium - 'Angelfire' Alice i
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2 years ago
kerbdog
Velvet Revolver's 'Fall to Pieces'...
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2 years ago
kerbdog
Dynazty - Sultans of Sin I never heard of this band until this week. But from the youtube sampler, this sounds really good. 'More than a Man' (track 5) is killer! I'm gonna have to invest... Any fans?
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2 years ago
kerbdog
Roth all the way for me. All great albums (and I include Diver Down in that too. Don't get all the hate for that album?). Fair Warning will always be my favourite... The Hagar era was good if a little too 'safe' and sugar coated.
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2 years ago
kerbdog
The first Extreme album (as far as guitar histrionics go) came across as being influenced by VH. Not that I thought it was up to much...
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2 years ago
kerbdog
Probie Sheen Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That singer is annoying. Ick! Bring back Fozzy! Fozzy? Always liked them back, but when it comes to all things Rich Ward, it has to be his 'Sick Speed' project and the 'My Kung Fu is Good' solo effort.
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3 years ago
kerbdog
Just listened to this album for the first time in about 20 years. Overblown, pumped up, full of histrionics and needs to be played at maximum volume. I actually like it better now than I did back in the day which surprised me. So I went over to amazon.com to read the listener reviews and I've never seen an album divide opinion as much. Would be interested to hear some opinions from the
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3 years ago
kerbdog
'Some People Fly' from the HITNF album Used to be a time we held the world. Wrapped 'round our finger tips Laughing at what others missed. Someday, yesterday The magic we felt went away... Ain't that the truth...
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3 years ago
kerbdog
Lynchomaniac Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Dokken - a followup to Back For The Attack with You don't rate 'Dysfunctional' then?
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3 years ago
kerbdog
Robby Lane Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Another Def Lep clone was a band called BB Steal. > > > > Big Love > > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSR-Dyh326A And they were shit too....
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3 years ago
Alan Black
15. Edguy
I was coming home from the pub in a taxi last night and the driver was blasting awesome melodic metal which turned out to be these guys. I'd heard of them before but never actually heard them. Anyways, I forgot the name of the album he told me the music was from (I had a fair few pints in me) but I was wondering if anyone could give me suggestions as to which album to get as a starting point (bes
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4 years ago
Alan Black
Freak Kitchen's 'Speak when spoken to' from the 'Organic' album.
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4 years ago
Alan Black
An interesting opinion from Philly Byrne, vocalist with Irish thashers Gama Bomb. http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendId=17470353&blogId=539105166 An Open Letter to Paul McGuinness (and everyone else) U2’s manager Paul McGuinness’ recent article (‘How to save the music industry’ for GQ) is well-reasoned, well-informed and commendable in its aims –
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4 years ago
Alan Black
Just dug out these albums for the first time in years. I forgot how good they were! Always was a big fan of the S/T and 'Seeds' discs, but its 'Wishpool' which has really grabbed my attention this time round with a massive dynamic production and what seems like a more mature sound than the other two. Damon Johnsonreally is an amazing talent. I'm thinking of investing in the 'Slave to the System'
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4 years ago
Alan Black
King's X
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4 years ago
Alan Black
Can't wait for this! I was always a big fan of the band even throughout the mediocre albums of the late 90's, early 00's. Jeff Waters is a guitar legend and the 'Metal' album of 07 was a serious return to form. Despite his thrash and speed roots, he's always been a fan olf old school rock and I hope he does the Halen track justice. It's a great song, but an obscure choice for a cover though?
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4 years ago
Alan Black
Just got the new Armored Saint album, 'La Raza' yesterday and have to say its excellent. Always liked the band, but with 'La Raza', they've topped anything they've done before. Slightly less metal than earlier releases and a lot more melody and dynamics with a real punchy production. Lovin' it.
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5 years ago
Alan Black
After many years I finally got round to picking up on this album. I had heard all the comments about them being Leppard clones and being produced by Phil Collen and thought that it was no bad thing, but I've just finished the first spin and I'm completely underwhelmed. What a disappointment! Yep, the Leppard influences are there but they're dressed up in the most cliched lyrics. There are also n
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5 years ago
Alan Black
King's X - 'Summerland'
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6 years ago
Alan Black
From N.M.E. 'Death Magnetic' gets an early release in UK triggering chart battle Sep 11, 2008 1 Comments Metallica news, reviews, video and tour dates Add Metallica to MyNME Metallica's new album, 'Death Magnetic', has gone on sale two days early in the UK, despite its worldwide release being scheduled for tomorrow (September 12). NME.COM spoke to several British shops, including bran
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6 years ago
Alan Black
Rich Ward? A legend in my eyes. His 'My Kung Fu is Good' album was my favourite album of 2005. I love Stuck Mojo. Their 'Rising' album was top notch but Rich Ward found himself on his solo effort.
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6 years ago
Alan Black
What an absolute monster of an album! I was expecting good things after hearing the single 'Blind Man', but I didn't expect it to top the debut. It's actually better and thats no mean feat.
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6 years ago
Alan Black
Freak Kitchen - 'Land of the freaks' King's X - 'Go tell somebody'
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9 years ago
Alan Black
Just got this one yesterday via amazon france. Organic is awesome and looks sure to be my album of the year (I know it's only May now)! It's truly amazing the way IA Eklundh keeps raising the bar on each consecutive release. Amazing guitar playing, melodies & harmonies with an outstanding production. Can't wait to they come to the UK.......
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