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2 days ago
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A lot of talent on stage But..... it seems you go see Heart to play cover songs or you go see a cover band play Foreigner songs.
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4 days ago
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Surfpunk Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > One of the greatest rock singers who has ever > lived. Period. Agree!
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14 days ago
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timstar Wrote: - > Joe Holmes Ozzy sessions. yeah, That would be cool. I wonder how many songs were actually recorded, Joe has 3 writing credits Is there more?
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14 days ago
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Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Black Bambi is one of the best albums never to see > the light of day. Awesome mix of Zeppelin, Shark > Island, Ratt, Winger and Billy Idol. Great songs, > playing and a huge production. I got a an advance > cassette of it with Tyketto's debut on the other > side of it. Sadly the Black Bambi was pulled
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18 days ago
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Harry "The Tyrant" Conklin of Jag Panzer... He should be a household name when mentioning Metal singers imho..
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18 days ago
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Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- >But for me,the guy that seems to > get (almost) completely overlooked is this Nils > Patrick Johansson My favorite cd with Nils is Lars Chriss's band, Lions Share - Dark Hours.
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18 days ago
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Leet2607 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Carl1 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > My favourite metal singers: > > > Mike DiMeo > > Great shout! Hell yeah! Great voice.........
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19 days ago
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Snake65 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I cleared up a lot > of debt and i again can spend a little money each > month on music. Good for you, Buy some cool new cd's & Rock on!
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24 days ago
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Tony Gryner Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Mastedon- One Day Down by the Lake (See You Real > Soon) > > Pure masterpiece. Surprise, I never knew they sounded like Kansas. I will listen to that again & let it sink in.. Excellent track.
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5 weeks ago
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In showcase section here front page. The vocals do make you think of Khan, I like this.
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7 weeks ago
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Deuce Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8LhkyyCvUHk > > Wow, am I the only one who has lived his whole > life thinking that a man sang this song? I never > even thought about it, to be honest. It always > just sounded like one of those 60s dudes with that > style of voice to me. > > Well, feel
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2 months ago
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I would like to see Chris Broderick go back with Jag Panzer.
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2 months ago
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Saw the show in San Jose, ca.. 3,000 fans rocking out! was up front had a blast. Saw them open for Zep back in 77' still loving it. Glad to see them play 4 tracks from the new cd. 1st time seeing Steel Panther & they had more then there share of fans. Laughed my ass off! I wonder how funny it is after seeing them live a few times though?
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2 months ago
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Angus is the only original remaining member now. + I could be wrong but wasn't Malcolm the main song writer all along? I know Phil Rudd was the original drummer & He set the style but can be replaced. Simon Wright & Chris Slade have both held down the drums slot during the heyday, Not a big deal at this point. Angus & Brian can carry on..
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2 months ago
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Scott Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Having those sorts of allegations on going, he > won't for starters get a working visa for the USA. > Get arrested for anything serious these days, as a > non USA citizen, your fucked! Unless you can work > miracles and have the best layers money can buy Ask Pete Way what he thinks about that.. Miss s
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2 months ago
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KingsGene Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Oh my.... that video is killer stuff, had never > seen any of this! Yeah agree.. I think it was released a couple of days ago. I guess it has been sitting somewhere in a vault. Who knows why. Makes me more pumped up about going to see Davey Pattison's Gamma Saturday. R.I.P. Ronnie
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2 months ago
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Check this out........... http://www.musicvault.com/gamma/video/ready-for-action_1012376.html
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2 months ago
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Steve_Roamer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > man Ronnie played some awesome guitar and wrote some > amazing tunes... > > Ronnie was one of the best! Are there any decent recordings from the Gamma 2 tour? There are two radio broadcast From the 2nd tour that I know of. One recorded in San Fran. at the old Waldorf. And one from Electric Lad
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2 months ago
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Paul Ryan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Who would have thought that Phil Rudd would try to > get dirty deeds done dirt cheap! > > Paul lol,.
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2 months ago
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Stagefright3 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I say Jason Bonham, why not he's toured with > everyone else. But Slade would be cool to have > back. > > Dave Well, I doubt it will be Simon Wright. I think they had problems with him speeding up songs or something like that.
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2 months ago
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Maybe he should have called his new cd Nut Job instead of Head Job. Seriously this is sad. What a waste. It will be interesting to see if he gets off. Money can buy the best attorneys.
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3 months ago
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23. Riot V
Well, They are called Riot V now & the Cd's name is "Unleash The Fire" "The continuing members decided to alter the name to RIOT V as the fifth chapter of the band's long history as well as Todd Michael Hall being the fifth singer following Guy Speranza (RIP/ March 1956 - November 2003), Rhett Forrester (RIP/ September 1956 – January 1994), Tony Moore and Mike Dimeo in th
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3 months ago
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Jack Bruce & John Entwistle the original lead bass players. Loved his singing voice too. I wore out my copy of Live Cream Vol.II & bought on cd later, Awesome playing all around. Huge talent, His music will live on! R.I.P.
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3 months ago
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Pressure Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > > On a related note, I must be in the minority, but > I think the first Masterplan is much better than > the second (though definitely good). Agree 100%
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3 months ago
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I have Human Stain & Once Upon Our Yesterdays.. I knew there was a live cd after that & I thought that was it. I did not know about the other two cd's until now. Not sure how I missed out on those..........
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4 months ago
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That works & Daltrey sounds great!
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4 months ago
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Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > But absolutely check out: > > Kingdom Of Desire If you played the tracks listed below to somebody (Not a Toto fan)& asked them to guess the name of the band they would not have a clue imo. My Favorite track is KOD Kingdom Of Desire, Gypsy Train, How Many Times, Never Enough. How Many Times
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4 months ago
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Ahhh, lmao That was truly hilarious. Thanks, I needed a laugh today
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4 months ago
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was hyping as the best thing he'd worked on, saviour of rock etc? I wouldn't call it Rock. Is there even guitar on that track? I thought maybe there would be cool solo...
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