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7 days ago
trooper
SSD HD (so much faster than regular HD) 6GB RAM Intel Core i3 or i5 processor You should be able to get it for £4-500 if you look around
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8 days ago
trooper
Dream Police Wrote: > 16. Standing On The Edge I agree with most of your list, but to me SOTE is one of the better albums they have put out, with songs like Tonight It's You, This Time Around, Cover Girl and the title track... Tony Platt is said to have ruined it in the mix, so we can only wonder what it would have sounded like if Jack Douglas finished it as he was supposed to do.
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9 days ago
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The first 5 albums are essential, no doubt. After that I'd say Standing On The Edge is the strongest of the 80's stuff, Busted it their most AOR-ish moment followed by Woke Up With A Monster with some really strong songs (Like 'Tell Me Everything') and some not so strong. Then the s/t one from '97 is more or less essential, followed by 3 pretty strong albums (especially Rockford), and then there
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16 days ago
trooper
The Duke is where he hit jackpot with me...
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16 days ago
trooper
Agreed. Elements from all eras. Even tracks, perhaps missing a pair of standout songs, but all in all one of the best albums they have ever done, imo. What's even better is that they are already working on the next album :)
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23 days ago
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A happy bunch of familiar faces although the performance became a bit messy. Especially cool to see Bun E. with Cheap Trick one last time. I read that the whole ceremony will air on HBO on April 30. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnEeKbkW1pc
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23 days ago
trooper
Sarcasm I assume? :/
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29 days ago
trooper
Great album, and it's also doing great sales wise. Currently #3 on Amazon's best seller ranks.
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4 weeks ago
trooper
Walk In The Shadows Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You don't like anything else by Triumph? I can see > April Wine. I actually like several albums that > came out before Nature Of The Beast, but nothing > really after it. I'm the opposite. I like Nature of The Beast and all the following albums (except the last they did)
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5 weeks ago
trooper
Ok! When was that? 3-4 years ago or so?
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5 weeks ago
trooper
Good band! I believe I was hearing about a possible reunion at one point? Could be wrong though... I have Fairgrounds on CD and had no idea that it was that rare. Walk on fire is my favorite LA track.
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6 weeks ago
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Jeff, regarding costs with production, shipping, etc. in case you haven't you should check prices with several manufacturers. Usually, the more you buy the lower the cost of each item, but once they have made the original print you can get any following orders for a lower price, so keep that in mind.
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7 weeks ago
trooper
I kinda like this track. Moody stuff, sounds a bit like Bowie...
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8 weeks ago
trooper
I assume you have seen the Pentagram one, featuring the car crash of a human being in the form of Booby Liebling? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-aUf_F5Lc_k
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2 months ago
trooper
While Coup De Grace came out of the clear blue sky with no expectations what so ever, this is actually the first time I'm looking forward to a new Treat album. Sounds promising!
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2 months ago
trooper
I like Steve Plunkett's solo album (My Attitude from '91) better than the Autograph Stuff...
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3 months ago
trooper
Cool! No, I haven't tried any of them myself, but I have a similar program for all sorts of files at work which has saved me tons of time!
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3 months ago
trooper
http://listoffreeware.com/list-of-best-free-duplicate-photo-finder-software/
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3 months ago
trooper
Goddammit! What's up with those swedes?!? This sounds brilliant indeed! Will need to investigate further...
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3 months ago
trooper
REO Speedwagon (1977-1984 era) Giant (Dann Huff era) Eddie Money (early 80's - never seen him!) The Storm (playing both albums back to back) Van Stephenson (RIP) (w/the musicians playing on his albums!) Cheap Trick (Budokan era!)
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3 months ago
trooper
Rockeye for me too!
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3 months ago
trooper
Most played last year Eclipse Art Nation W.A.S.P. Def Leppard Hasse Fröberg Khymera
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4 months ago
trooper
How sad. A true rock icon.
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4 months ago
trooper
>Robin wanted to do > longer shows. How many vocalists, especially around his age says that? Normally aging singers are the 'weakest link' so to speak when it comes to set list lengths. Besides, Cheap Trick tour more than most bands, and while not on the road with them he's often on the road with his own solo band. He's also known for jamming with local bar bands after CT gigs. How doe
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4 months ago
trooper
This is really good! Reminds me of 80's Cheap Trick!
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4 months ago
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I'm really happy for Cheap trick. I must admit that I really didn't see it coming. Also, news about the first out of two new cd's just arrived: Bang Zoom Crazy… Hello :::::::::::: Celebrating a long-anticipated induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cheap Trick today also announced an exclusive new deal with leading global independent record label Big Machine Records (Taylor Swift,
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4 months ago
trooper
ginza.se
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5 months ago
trooper
You have probably heard (of) most of these..? TSAR https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6hTPRYg91c THE SHAZAM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujTjLICsBgw TINTED WINDOWS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmbRRBVjTds https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U21sxVm95zE SR-71 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwwWa_SqZaM NEVE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JzUuh1v6XxY FEEDER https://www.you
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5 months ago
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All extremism is bad, no doubt. However compared to Islamic extremism, the rest of the world comes up with next to nothing. There is a reason we call it Islamic terrorism, and it isn't because we falsely attribute motives to the terrorists, but because Islam is the stated purpose and aim of the terrorists. October alone: 195 Jihad attacks in 31 countries. 1564 dead bodies. Last week: 4
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