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24 days ago
trooper
New CD next year. March or April I believe.
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5 weeks ago
trooper
Any info on this band? I stumbled upon this song by accident and I liked what I heard! Outfield meets Waltham. Catchy stuff! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0P_MCYbSg8s
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5 weeks ago
trooper
Moody stuff. I like the production on this, especially the vocals. Too mellow for me to rate it as a favorite but all in all a decent release.
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5 weeks ago
trooper
Sad news :( RIP
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5 weeks ago
trooper
Live they are a must-see. ATN is their best imo.
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6 weeks ago
trooper
How sad. I got to see him live with his band a few times. Never front center, but a steady musician. Larry was an avid radio amateur who rarely, if ever, spoke about or revealed his job as a rock musician.
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7 weeks ago
trooper
There's a rerelease of One this month and a new album in November. One is a pretty good album, btw!
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7 weeks ago
trooper
Blood on the Bricks is his best. Twitch is OK too I guess, but I always had a problem with his voice.
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2 months ago
trooper
I make playlists on Spotify to play in the car. I can't say I miss the days of CD's floating around in the car! I still buy CD's but I rarely have the time to sit down and really listen to them anymore. Meanwhile, the pile of unopened CD's is growing. I suppose I'm saving it up for my retirement...
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2 months ago
trooper
I rediscovered a track off Nothing To Lose too, Far Cry from a Heartache. A brilliant little rocking tune!
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2 months ago
trooper
Make that 'Right Here' ;)
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2 months ago
trooper
rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I’m completely unfamiliar with him, bar 3 songs. The No Control album got me hooked. Classic early 80's AOR.
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2 months ago
trooper
I would rank them in the same order, Robert. Except I'd put Right Here on top. I wonder what will happen with his new album now?
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2 months ago
trooper
Terribly sad news. I knew things weren't exactly great healthwise for the Moneyman, but this still came as a shock! His music will live on, and tonight I will raise my glass in honor and in memory of a true artist, person, and entertainer. Rest in peace Eddie.
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2 months ago
trooper
Brilliant album! Although not a fanboy I do own all of their albums. TDTECF being their best effort, but all of them has its moments. It's Personal was actually the first one I got my hands on, and I went backward from then.
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2 months ago
trooper
38 Special Giant Franke & The Knockouts Diving For Pearls The Storm Billy Squier Prism REO
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2 months ago
trooper
Richrath - "Only The Strong Survive" springs to mind. I was eager to hear what the late REO axeman had on offer, but a set of good songs were totally ruined by not only a terrible sound (by Neil Norman) but also a singer that for the most part were out of tune and on top of that reverbed out of this world.
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3 months ago
trooper
Songwriter and session vocalist Tom Kelly was the singer when what eventually became Giant had its early rehearsals.
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3 months ago
trooper
Self-employed graphic designer. I also work for a company where I do repairs and service on electric wheelchairs of all sorts.
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3 months ago
trooper
The Mojo album has quite a few stellar songs!
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3 months ago
trooper
Will check it out! The other half of Amaze Me, Peter Broman, sadly passed away a couple of years ago.
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3 months ago
trooper
One of the better albums this year. This song actually reminds me of 80's 38 Special, at least the verses.
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3 months ago
trooper
Sad news indeed! CB was one of my favorite bands.
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3 months ago
trooper
That was actually just flat out terrible
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3 months ago
trooper
10 not so obvious ones, still fitting the description ;) Waltham - Summer Nights All I Know - Into Your Heart Velocity - One Minute To Midnight Eddie Money - Another nice day in L.A. Rick Springfield-Tear It All Down Bystander - What Do All The People Know Frankie and the Knockouts - Come Back Cheap Trick - Wrong All Along 38 Special - Trooper With an Attitude Hush - Mirage
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3 months ago
trooper
DCD Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AoApnxg9oHk&featur > e=youtu.be Not available mate
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3 months ago
trooper
In The Spirit of Things for me.
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4 months ago
trooper
What Lyncho said! Lynchomaniac Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Daredevil Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Horrid band. And they are not doing themselves > > favors by releasing subpar covers. > > Well...as much as I respect your opinion, I > couldn't disagree more. > As far as
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5 months ago
trooper
Not to hijack your thread, but have anyone figured out how to do an exact search? This annoys the hell out of me. Like, if you type "Rage" you will as expected get a few bands with that name. But is it really necessary to add a zillion other bands with rage in its name among these? If I, for whatever reason, would listen to "Primal Rage" I would just type that, right? First wo
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