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2 days ago
trooper
I'm digging it! Have been putting my neighbor's patience on a test for a couple of nights now. I think 'Walls' is a different but still å fun listening. I also must admit that I prefer 9 good songs over 9 good and 6 half baked ones. All in all perhaps their strongest release ever!
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4 days ago
trooper
Man In Motion is my favorite, but I love them all. One of the greatest bands ever!
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7 days ago
trooper
I will need to get my hands on this. I attended both shows (in '94 and '96) and it was one of those magic moments you just know you'll never have again...
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22 days ago
trooper
Good call! Got it at the time of release and it's still one my most played CD's. Like you said, no fillers. Very good album indeed! This line-up have now released two very strong MHR CD's imo, and they have a new one coming up real soon which I'm looking forward to. They are also a VERY good live act. Dagfinn Joensen, the singer, is one of the better ones out there at the moment, and Torben Enevo
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4 weeks ago
trooper
What is Gary West up to these days btw? Did he leave the biz as he quit SS?
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2 months ago
trooper
1986...that must have been around the time when Steve Walsh (Kansas) was their keyboardist. What I wouldn't give to see them back then...
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2 months ago
trooper
Bruce and KC sharing vocals on GWTHOG. But they rarely (if ever) play anything off Good Trouble. They did Keep The Fire Burnin' back in 2012 to honor the album's 30th anniversary if memory serves. Strange thing is, although they tend to forget the album's existence due to the fact that they felt pressure from Epic and kinda rushed the album at the time, it still stands as maybe their strongest
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2 months ago
trooper
Me too. Tickets ordered!
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3 months ago
trooper
71 FM CD's...wow!Who would've thought there are so many?! I guess the only "rare" item I own is the Live Acoustical Intercourse VHS (and CD of course), but has it ever been put out on DVD? I haven't owned a VHS player in 15 years.
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3 months ago
trooper
Problem is, this will cost a lot less, still probably sell as much as a new album.
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3 months ago
trooper
For me, Shooting Star's Silent Scream IS summer :)
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3 months ago
trooper
nordenlight24 Wrote: > (1) MAGIC PIE - King For A Day > (2) HASSE FROBERG & MUSICAL COMPANION - HFMC Actually I saw both bands last weekend, and if possible they sounded even better live! I fully agree, two marvelous albums!
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3 months ago
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PaulBonrud Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The only way I personally find out about new CD > releases from Frontiers and the other small > melodic rock labels is through web advertising and > specifically, here at melodicrock.com! Word!
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3 months ago
trooper
The issue with ghost musicians is as old as the music business itself. There really isn't any sort of mysterious plots or anything. It's mainly done for three reasons. -The producer's choice (to run things smoothly and on time, knowing who to pick for certain parts, etc) -Logistics (band members unavailable at certain times for whatever reason) -Band member simply not fit for doing a record,
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3 months ago
trooper
Tell The Truth is just awesome! In fact, most of his records are, but TTT, Hear & Now and Don't Say No are my favorites. I know the horribly gay video for Rock Me Tonight is often blamed for his sudden lack of success, but is it really so? Everything went downhill from there, at least sales wise. I'm happy to learn that he made himself a good deal with the record company. Although I've
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3 months ago
trooper
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9f1xJ1tQwpk&list=RDvGtiqjmZ-dI&index=7 This is from some fundraiser event back in 2011. Just cool old Billy and his electric guitar. His voice sounds really good. Has he been up to anything lately? I would LOVE for him to do one final album in the style of Don't Say No!
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4 months ago
trooper
That was indeed a great interview, thanks! Ehart comes through as a real gentleman, and funny too. Quote: "So, I’m sitting by myself in a room thinking “Okay, everybody’s gone.” I pretty much had the name and the ability to go on tour with a band named Kansas, but the question was “Well, who’s in the frigging band? Raise your hand.” Well, there was nobody in the room with me.
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5 months ago
trooper
I still have it. At the time it was a wonderful introduction to lesser known bands, which in turn cost me a small fortune on import albums! Whatever happened to Reggie Knighton btw? Loved his spaced out rock!
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5 months ago
trooper
7 more bands to be announced
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5 months ago
trooper
Vantheman Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Giuffria WTF?! :)
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6 months ago
trooper
Robin Zander: “Bun E.’s a member of the band, but he’s not touring and he’s not recording. … We’ve had our differences, but we’re all settled up now and hopefully we can forget about that era. These decisions that Cheap Trick makes, Bun E. is part of.” http://ultimateclassicrock.com/cheap-trick-tom-petersson-return/
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7 months ago
trooper
Yup. Rude Awakening, no doubt. At the time it came out everyone seemed to love it and it was played a lot at parties and stuff. Good times:)
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7 months ago
trooper
Yeah, whatever happened to him? Really like the EP, but then it all went silent. Among the best unsigned stuff I've heard in years...
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7 months ago
trooper
I know a thing or two about this, and as far as I know the only DIY option you have is transfer print. You will need a quality printer and Transfer Paper (most common and cheapest is ink. More expensive, more complicated but better quality with laser.) This is for ironing onto the t-shirts, but the quality is so so. You often get papers in packs of 5 or 10, so I would recommend you test out on lo
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7 months ago
trooper
A change for the better!
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7 months ago
trooper
AIRPLAY - Cryin' All Night Edit, this tribute is too good not to mention: AIRPLAYIN'
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7 months ago
trooper
Irwin m fletcher Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Was a bit disappointed after Busted but still a > few good songs. Their last good album? WUWAM is a fun record from start to finish but it also marked the end of an era IMO, as it was the last one to feature the typical 80's big commercial radio friendly arrangements (like the brilliant "Tell Me Eve
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7 months ago
trooper
Dan Reed - Transmision (February) http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/danreed-transmission
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7 months ago
trooper
Ok, this is almost funny. Posted on FB yesterday: In the oddball news department, we have just found out that BOSTON's "Life, Love & Hope" album has been released on vinyl. This had always been part of the release plan, and great expenditures of time and money went into making analogue mixes of much of the album so that serious listeners could hear the original analogue sound of
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7 months ago
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G3LesPaul Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What bands to you are the most > underrated/overrated > > Underrated: > > 1) .38 Special (have about 15 amazingly good songs Agreed! I just recently put on the Flashback/best of, and man, so many great songs! Hoping for a new cd this year btw. I'd also throw in a vote for Cheap Trick. Sure
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