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Terry K.
So cool to know that this collaboration is working out so well for these guys. It's exciting to see a 'new' act that seems to be catching on well wuth the rock public like these guys. Then again...with their stellar credentials,iy certainly was a no brainer on paper. but they delivered such a great debut cd,and now with the hopes of a second cd,well-- who can deny the thrill! T
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Yesterday
Terry K.
Asa--you are very,very bad. ;-) T PS: Hey.....wait a sec....... maybe not too far-fetched. lol
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Yesterday
Terry K.
Well.. I know I can be a bit judgemental on some topics/threads. Just my huge passion for the scene in general. I like alot of subgenres,but not everything in every category. Unfortunately,some of the (non?) melodic rock that gets lauded from time to time here drives me to distraction. Hard not to at least chime in on WHY I might dislike any certain band/artist/genre. But I think we all do that a
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Yesterday
Terry K.
You'd think the headliner bands would get more involved themselves with this sort of thing. Seems the'd have a say in who they choose to tour with them. maybe not...anyone know? T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
We here are already fans. Soooo..going to the show at Chicago does nothing as far as advance their popularity on here. It's the folks that go and are turned on by the band that count most as far as their popularity in the future. All the best to them and that event,btw.. T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
I'll need to check into this. If it's anywhere near as good as XXX,it's a winner. I recall the production on the XXX cd was to die for--crystal clear! Give us more releases with that kind of sonics,please.. T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
Loved XXX. is this the nexrt actual 'new' studio cd? T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
I think there's a cool consistency to the cd. Maybe no HUGE standouts,but an album chosk full of strong straight-up rock tunes and agree it's a grower. I'll like it just fine after a few listens. Admittedly have to get a 'real' copy but that's soon enough. The only track that I'm struggling with is Ce'Est LaVie. Think it needed band participation half way thru on.. T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
Never warmed to either Hints.. or Blender. Like most all the rest.. T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
Youth, the last one S/T (Rabbit cover),and Afterwords are solid affairs. Def worth having.. Tho most seem to prefer Dosage. Some good tunes there,but not as consistent as those mentioned,IMO. T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
From my understanding...they ARE still pretty big. Very enduring band that emerged from the midst of all the 90's crap out there. Didn't care about 'em at first...but they grew o me. My fav by them is still 'Youth'. Love that entire (short) cd. But their last 3-4 are all solid! Gotta get that solo by Ed Roland yet. Sounds great by the samples (ER & The Sweet Tea Project). Bring on a new cd--g
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2 days ago
Terry K.
How VERY cool--haven't seen this type of collage by a band in quiyte some time. Bring it.. T
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2 days ago
Terry K.
Pretty odd-- same bonus track as last cd?? And..it IS instrumental only,right? T
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3 days ago
Terry K.
Perhaps. Wasn't Poison's career already in the doghouse by early 90's anyway? DeVille had left,and the Kotzen album ws NOT well recieved at all. They were on the downhill slide bigtime anyway. Winger by comparison was doing quite favorably but when they recorded Pull,well..they jumped the shark now didn't they. would they have had contunued success by staying the course? Not with Seattle taking o
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3 days ago
Terry K.
Even tho I don't favor the style of Pull at all,I dare say the band was writing some favorable music by comparison to ol' BJ & the boys. Just that the rock fans at large were already gaga over BJ. Winger et al didn't stande a chance in H by the time they chose the grungy route. But I'd take either of their first two records over ANY Bon Jovi record. T
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3 days ago
Terry K.
Well,it's simple ain't it? Dangling carrot..drugged out Donkey. T
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3 days ago
Terry K.
Really? Seems I recall bands like Pearl Junk AND Nirvana whinig up a blue streak about 'how big they'd become' in a corporate sense. They never wanted that--so they claimed. I didn't but it then and never will. Then again,surely their heads were too cloudy from downers to see any real sense anyway. T
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3 days ago
Terry K.
Thanks, DD No--Wait a sec...this is the melrock board where we DISS all fans of melrock. I forget... ;-) T
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3 days ago
Terry K.
Maybe so...but MUCH better than the last 2-3 Boston cds/albums. ;-) T
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4 days ago
Terry K.
What hit singles--in grunge? Those bands WANTED to be unknowns--or so they 'claimed'. Which was total bs in itself! I'm so gosh darned depressed with everything, I think I'l kill/shoot/overdose myself. No-wait! I'll go write some REEEEL depressing 'music' about it all. I can't sing or carry a tune but--so what? Awww....poor,poor babies.Rubbish was what it was. Plain & simple. But there are al
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4 days ago
Terry K.
Welll... Morgenstein was already a MUCH bigger player in the fab Steve Morse band and Dixie Dregs before ever joining winger. His credentials stood tall,and that style certainly was never influenced by the rock or pop music scene. Sure--there was way more money/fame to be made in the later -IF you hit big (as Winger initially did). But Rod would have done ok for hinself if he went back to his ori
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4 days ago
Terry K.
Are you talking about D/G or RTZ,CCM? Thought RTZ was a pretty good band. I like both their cds. T
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5 days ago
Terry K.
Soooo...the stations made the choice to be 'currnt' and support crap material. How very nice of them.. good choice. Meantime, the aftermath is still with us,even tho there's tons of great melrock beig written lo these past 20 years. T
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5 days ago
Terry K.
Lee.. just click on my name from any post. Should give anyone's addy...Thanks,bro. T
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5 days ago
Terry K.
Apologies if this was already mentioned (can't recall for sure)...featuring Doogie White, Marco Mendoza, Vinny Appice and a 16 yr. old guitarist named 'Iggy'. Couple cool tracks up at y-tube,this drops sometime in mAy. Nice bluesy melrock with the always great sounding White on vox. Enjoy, T Wild Woman: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDgJocsYuh4 and.. Guardian Of Your Heart: http://www.y
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5 days ago
Terry K.
Thanks,Lee...doesn't play here. Rats. T :-( PS: I see they took all the new tracks down from y-tube as well. Drat! Gonna get the cd in some shpe or form despite the cost. It's a must have here..
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5 days ago
Terry K.
In this case-- radio wouldn't have touched Pull as someone else stated...no radio-friendly music on it. Grunge wasn't radio friendly now,was it? Even tho they tried to push it on the public ear- it lacked hooks,melodies,solos..everything that perked rock listeners ears up to that point. And I'm not talking about the b/c grade bands that came along after and pretty much put the death knell on melr
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5 days ago
Terry K.
Quick question from mr. pc iliterate here... do you click on the download app to here this track? T
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5 days ago
Terry K.
Fo r the record-- I'm not crying 'foul' that the music industry changed when it did. Just that these bands got caught in the crossfire,and WHAT the MI changed to...sucked. T
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5 days ago
Terry K.
As Ken said... releasing an album 'of the times' in 'Pull' derailed them for me. And I'd gather most of their fanbase. Much as most of you 'lot' dig Pull to pieces (and their subsequent releases-the verdict is out on the newbie), they helped derail their own self by switching horses. So they tried to 'go with the times. Fact is..the times sucked by comparison. Some loved it. I for one,was out. T
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