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5 weeks ago
Daymond
I'd get in on "Rat Race" alone. Saw Kip a few years back at a solo acoustic show. I was sold from that point on for life. The guy has more talent in his right hand than most entire bands have. Took me a loooong time to get into their album "IV" though, but once I got it, I thought it was great.
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2 months ago
Daymond
Wow, seriously? "Anything" had Destination Paradise, Snakes in Eden and Hell on High Heels, two of which are on their last live album! I loved "Planet Panic" especially "Natural High."
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2 months ago
Daymond
isn't Lynch slated to do an album with Stryper's Michael Sweet as well?
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2 months ago
Daymond
I think I'm beginning to like it more and more...I was never a fan of multiple vocalist recordings, but I spend most of my time focusing on Jake anyway... I think we knew he wasn't gonna score another Ray Gillen, and yeah, the new guy leaves something to be desired at times. This is why I wish some of the recording history folks, some of which who visit this forum, and who have connections, would
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2 months ago
Daymond
Almost? Always!
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2 months ago
Daymond
Totally agree. Wasn't a fan of it upon release, now I'd put it in the top 4. Way better than "Sparkle." Not a bad song on it.
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4 months ago
Daymond
This one seem great for the money: http://www.musicdirect.com/p-7623-pro-ject-debut-iii-piano-black-turntable.aspx I have this one and love it: http://www.musicdirect.com/p-1425-pro-ject-rm-13-turntable.aspx
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7 months ago
Daymond
Big fan of Doug Aldrich, particularly on the last 2 Whitesnake albums, and I have the previous BR releases as well, but I just can't seem to get into them. Amazingly Keith St. John does a great Robert Plant on their cover of "Kashmir," so he obviously has a voice.... Why does this not seem to carry over to the rest of the album? His shrill "wooh yeah's" just don't do it for m
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7 months ago
Daymond
Maybe I'm late to the party, but this seems like a Blackie Lawless meets Nikki Sixx meets Slipknot 5 piece. Anybody hear Nickelback in some of their songs? Even the vid for "Fallen Angels" harkens back to "Looks that Kill by Motley... Nickelback with makeup, but a decent song. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f0EQlIzPowM Looks That Kill Part Deuce http://www.youtube.com/w
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8 months ago
Daymond
Saw Black Sabbath a few weeks back in PA, and I got to thinking: If Randy were still alive, (given Ozzy's revolving guitarist door policy) do you think Randy would still be in Ozzy's band?
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9 months ago
Daymond
http://wingertheband.com/25th/
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9 months ago
Daymond
Steve Perry - Separate Ways
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10 months ago
Daymond
I'm still listening....I seem to prefer "United Abominations" and "Endgame" but the jury is still out on this one... Just my 2 cents, but since it is always brought up, Megadeth has been consistently better than Metallica since the "Black" album. IMHO.
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10 months ago
Daymond
You could read into the "abundantly clear" comment I guess. Maybe it will be "mastered" for the new 4K Tv technology just released...4x's the resolution of 1080p? Although "extenuating circumstances" sounds somewhat negative. Maybe they need to go into the studio and fix stuff? GASP! Me, I think it's just to increase interest. It's already worked since you posted
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10 months ago
Daymond
Stryper actually does an awesome version... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAY9ccazVVQ
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11 months ago
Daymond
Good one!
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11 months ago
Daymond
What, no sense of humor?
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11 months ago
Daymond
For me...gotta be "You pulled the trigger on my...(wait for it) LOVE GUN. What's your fave?
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11 months ago
Daymond
I guess technically I own 3 copies of KISS "Dressed to Kill." 8 Track Tape, Album and CD. I've been around awhile, and yeah, it's my favorite KISS album.
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11 months ago
Daymond
It's just some real good music folks...all the way thru. This and the new Pretty Maids get top billing from me so far this year.
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11 months ago
Daymond
Listening now....and liking it...alot. After looking at the track listing, I thought to myself "Not another song about "Babylon." Turns out it's already a fave...
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1 year ago
Daymond
...not to mention Kelly Hansen's vocals.
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1 year ago
Daymond
Maryland, USA
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1 year ago
Daymond
Y'know I have "Hellraiser" and I "like" it for the most part, but when I wanna hear Krokus, I always go back and crank "Eat the Rich," "Headhunter," and "Night Wolf." Just some ripping songs!
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1 year ago
Daymond
Guess I need to give this a listen... I "discovered" Krokus during the Headhunter album and loved that, and "The Blitz" as well. I bought some of the early stuff but was less enamored with it. I heard the new record harkens back to the old material. Is that a fair assessment, now that you've had time to digest the whole record?
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1 year ago
Daymond
Totally agree on the "Genesis" record. He does seem to "go for it" more on that. I think it was his voice that actually attracted me to Malmsteen back in the 80's too. (Though I didn't really know who he was at the time.) Jeff sounded great, but the production to my ears sounded a little flat. Given Andrew's latest Malmsteen review, I don't think I'll be checking out any Yngwi
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1 year ago
Daymond
He just sounds more loose and natural to me live...I think you nailed it with the "faithful to the original" part though on the material he covers.
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1 year ago
Daymond
Does anyone else think that he has yet to be captured as he truly sounds? I saw Jeff live when he filled in for Steve Augeri/Journey on the fly in Bristow, VA years ago, and sought out his back catalog because of it. The dude was on fire! On recorded material though, (solo, and even the debut W.E.T. album,) something sounds missing to me. Thoughts? (Dunno, maybe it's just me.) The guy can sing f
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1 year ago
Daymond
Debut for sure. They were firing on all cylinders for that one! Glad I got to see them live that year as well.
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1 year ago
Daymond
Check out their cover of "Carry On Wayward Son" if you get the chance. Absolutely stellar.
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