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26 days ago
Daymond
1. Phil X
Just picked up Phil X and The Drills "Kick Your Ass in 17 Minutes" and I gotta tell ya, this guy totally rocks! I can't believe he isn't more of a household name despite touring with Bon-Jovi as Sambora's replacement. (Or maybe he is and I just didn't know it?) Turns out he was in Aldo Nova's backing band on the "Blood on the Bricks" tour, and in Triumph for a spell etc.... Th
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26 days ago
Daymond
I always saw them as a Cinderella knock off. I guess because of the band member switcheroo, and Dean's vocals. I also kinda saw them as one of the bands who brought down the scene back in the day...I still sing "Girlschool" when I need a good throat mucus cleaning though!
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7 weeks ago
Daymond
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MO5CsFsLGC4 I can't speak for Aldo since I don't know the man personally, but I would imagine that going from his debut to the above footage 10 years later, then going into relative obscurity afterwards must be a hard pill to swallow. In times of struggle, many find solace in the arms of religion. He still wrote one of the greatest rock singles of all time in &q
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8 weeks ago
Daymond
Red Dragon Cartel - Out goes Greg Chaisson, in comes Anthony Esposito (former Lynch Mob).
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2 months ago
Daymond
Wow...Slik Toxic. I think I have that somewhere!
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2 months ago
Daymond
Underwhelmed...
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2 months ago
Daymond
Nothing personal against him, but here's hoping they re-record the album with a new singer. I'd be happy to buy it again...and hopefully like it. Robert Mason available?
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2 months ago
Daymond
Metallica "Through the Never" was pretty solid as well. (Blu-Ray also.)
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2 months ago
Daymond
Reminds me of Loverboy. Anyone else?
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2 months ago
Daymond
I would agree with that sentiment. The lead track of course is the "scorcher" guitar track. The song "Broken Bones" will stick in your head if you let it. It's probably their best since "Slate." Overall I'd compare it to "Lightning Strikes Again," so if you like that one, I'd give it a go.
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2 months ago
Daymond
I have it, and it's good for the most part. Levin is pretty solid on this, but he's no Lynch, who was always the highlight for me on early Dokken recordings. If Dokken got you into music you'll probably prefer the older material, as I do.
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2 months ago
Daymond
Joel left Night Ranger to do a covers album? Was this a bait and switch by Coverdale?
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2 months ago
Daymond
...as in "Deep" Purple?
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2 months ago
Daymond
Iron Maiden "Powerslave" and Def Leppard "Hysteria" for me.
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2 months ago
Daymond
Other than "99" that is all I know too. I was only a fan of that song due to the show "Get Smart" featuring my first love Barbara Feldon!
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2 months ago
Daymond
I actually laughed out loud when I heard the lyrics to "Loch Ness." Then I heard "Nostradamus" and I nearly cried, it was so bad..."Redeemer" lives up to it's name and has redeemed the band. Probably their finest record since "Painkiller" IMHO.
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2 months ago
Daymond
I've been a fan since "The Yellow and Black Attack," and personally feel that NMHTP is the best, most consistent effort of their career. Sweet is on a roll as of late. They are great live as well.
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3 months ago
Daymond
Hey, they "screwed around" with "Hysteria" for years and look how that turned out!
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3 months ago
Daymond
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTIWzgExzAA
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3 months ago
Daymond
Apparently you CAN still rock in America!
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3 months ago
Daymond
Can't wait to get this now! Sweet and Lynch are on a roll lately!
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4 months ago
Daymond
I'd add Pete Townshend's "Who I Am" to that list.
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4 months ago
Daymond
Underrated: Pretty Maids and Y&T by a long shot. Overrated: The Doors, Muse, Dave Matthews, Grateful Dead
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4 months ago
Daymond
Totally agree. I couldn't even finish watching it. The video turned me off from wanting to even listen further...
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1 year 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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1 year 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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1 year ago
Daymond
isn't Lynch slated to do an album with Stryper's Michael Sweet as well?
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1 year 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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1 year ago
Daymond
Almost? Always!
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1 year 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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