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Terry K.
Was he? There you go then. That guy has the Golden Touch! And Doug...up late-yeah. Embibing? Nah (that was Friday nite). ;-) And...have you gandered a listen yet? You'll see what I mean.. This is top notch Aero/DC/Crue/GnR style RAWK! :-) T
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Yesterday
Terry K.
I dug some of the debut way back when. But they were always an 'overstaid their welcome' type for me anyway.. T
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Terry K.
Sort of a 'from the inside' question,I realize,Scott. Surely someone around here knows the inside skinny about that,tho. Then again--maybe not willing to spill those beans.. T
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Yesterday
Terry K.
Ouch--that's too bad. I was afraid it might be the case after all these long years tho. Time for Rock Candy to step in,methinks. I was glad to see the debut released serarartely,as I didn't need White Music. Maybe a couple decent/good tracks there,but otherwise-meh. Palumbo came back on that record,but most of the band had split (save guitarist Witkowski who may still be there). Pretty sure the o
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Yesterday
Terry K.
Samples are up both at Amazon (30 sec. ) and iTunes (90 sec.) for all tracks. This will be a MONSTER of a record,gang! Imagine if you can...the first time you heard Back In Black / Rocks / Appetite For Destruction / insert your all time fav kick-ass rock album here..? Well..that's what's in store on this new Dead Daisies cd. This thing is gonna kick serious arse and melt your face at the same tim
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Yesterday
Terry K.
The type of song that really makes me cringe for some Rock n' roll. Rather juvi/banal..you pick the nitpick. Yikes (these guys are still together?). They make AC/DC seem cerebral.. T
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Yesterday
Terry K.
After hearing his Delta Deep cd,I'd say the cat has quite the wide palette. Talented guy and a welcome name to ANY project.. T
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Yesterday
Terry K.
Not sure of availability these days.. I have the debut remasterd,I think. And Animal Notes was available as a two fer with White Music,as well as the debut and Safety In Numbers. They may still be out there... maybe cheap used(?) T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
I'll be blunt..IMO- their debut and Animal Notes are essential. Saftey In Numbers is quite strong too. The rest is quite subpar. I wouldn't even waste time on them.. T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
Quirky/offbeat/UNIQUE..but in the very BEST way! Maybe a tag would be prog hard rock? But that doesn't really even describe them. Just way cool songwriting and yes-you can hang your hat on the melodies! Trust me-- you can't compare these guys to anyone else--but in a great way! And Hustler..tough call on SIN. I get your drift bro- but I wouldn't lead folks to it first. I'd say if you dif the firs
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2 days ago
Terry K.
I wondered,too-- but when I heard the new Crystal Ball album on rock radio, it all came together very nicely. Tommy was in--in no time flat! Funny-- first track I heard was 'Shooz' and I recall thinking "That's Styx?? Who the H is singing?? T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
No,No Robin-- do NOT judge anything after Safety In Numbers as the same animal. Some may enjoy the later output,but it's a mere patch on the S/T and 'Animal Notes'. You simply MUST investigate those two. As said..utterly essential albums! You won't be sorry... T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
Likely been discussed a couple times in the past,but my mention of seeing them with Styx (Crystal Ball tour) in that thread reminded me of them. Anyone here NOT have those first two CTS albums/cds? Totally essential listening,IMO. These guys were so unique and highly talented. The third one was quite good too,but John Palumbo had already split by then. I think it was mainly his songwriting on Saf
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2 days ago
Terry K.
Wow-really? How were they with John Curulewski? Did they play much from MoM? First time I saw them was for Crystal Ball--Shaw's early days (tho I guess he toured with them for Equinox?). I recall what an odd pairing it made-he and six foot plus JY up there. Plus- Young wore these huge boots in those days,making him seem even taller. I recall thinking they didn't play enough of the proggier stuff
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2 days ago
Terry K.
Sorta dig that,actually. Hope this new one is stronger than the slow paced Simplicity.. T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
Hey-- Coney Hatch only took 28 years. This is nothing! lol T PS: and the new one for Kansas makes it 16 years for them. Gives 'em time to make a great return (we hope)..
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2 days ago
Terry K.
I always thought the Styx albums were recorded very well. Never considered them needing remastering really. But being they've released umpteen live cdscomps,etc over the long years,it'd make sense that they'd bleed more money outta the fans that way,needed or not. Then again--does the band get paid much of anything when remasters are released from some/any odd company (Rock Candy,e.g.)? And if so
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2 days ago
Terry K.
I liked Cyclo.. when it came out. Hasn't aged well for me,save a few tracks. Still dig it,but not like Equinox thru PT. Still spin in on rare occasion.. T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
Can't agree there,Hustler dude. I loved the album--even Babe. Sure,I got a bit sick of it later on,but when I first heard it,I knew it was a huge hit. No love for Lights? Wow--great tune! As is Boat On The River,and even Love In The Midnight is stellar. First Time was poignant for me at the time. Loved Borrowed Time and even thg Why Me was a bit schmaltzy- still thought it a solid track. Guess I
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2 days ago
Terry K.
I really dug Cornerstone when it came out. I was seeing my ex at the time,so that tour, I got a t-shirt for her (she couldn't-or didn't want to commit to going with me yet). Anyway- col memories for me of those days. And I genuinely liked the lp a lot. And-- the show was killer! Didn't warm to Paradise Theater at all for quite awhile,tho I dug some of it. Just seemed a step back to me at the
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2 days ago
Terry K.
Ditto,bro. This is great news indeed! And about time! T
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3 days ago
Terry K.
Can Man has already chewed off all his fingernails (and toenails) reading this thread. LOL T
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3 days ago
Terry K.
I happen to think it's cool as hell,and adds flair to his already damn good showmanship! T
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3 days ago
Terry K.
No probs with that at all here..maybe Gowan could hire her for the live show... ;-) T
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4 days ago
Terry K.
Thanks a ton for that update, Hollywood dude. Would've loved to have gone,but I'm in NY and it was def outta my price range,unfortunately. No doubt it was going to be superb! Still wanting to see the NMB at some point. Hoping they can score a gig somewhere around Western or Central NY sometime.. T PS: the dvd should be way cool but sounds like we have to wait awhile..
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4 days ago
Terry K.
So sorry to hear this,Andrew. My deepest condolences,bro. :-( T
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4 days ago
Terry K.
Oh,YEEAAAAHHHHHH!!! Great rockin' track! Love me some BB Smoke! Bring it! T
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5 days ago
Terry K.
Yup- def weird. But it was all part of their mystique.. T
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5 days ago
Terry K.
I'd have to rewatch for that. Did they really focus on him long enough at a time to tell what he plays through the entire song? I didn't catch that. In any event--he MAY be just covering the synth parts,while the other guy on keys plays the rest.. T
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5 days ago
Terry K.
LOL Those guys were just too effin' weird!! Guess I was right that we likely wouldn't wanna know what the songs were about. HaHa.. T
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