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22 days ago
Idiosyncrasy
Ydde Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > shouldn't it be Brock Roth Or "Broth", for short? I'll fetch me coat...
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30 days ago
Idiosyncrasy
Joe mentioned it on the following thread: http://forums.melodicrock.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?f=67&t=56598
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30 days ago
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SurFan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Wikipedia says: > > “According to Sullivan, and revealed at > Survivormusic.com on March 5, 2010, an album of > new original music titled Re-Entry was to be > released the following month, but this never came > to pass.“ > > Very interesting, because it was Robin McAuley on > the
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4 weeks ago
Idiosyncrasy
Hi Andrew, Any chance of adding Going the Distance to MR-X? I've never been able to find a copy. Thanks! Danny
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5 weeks ago
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Anyone else enjoying the new Karmakanic album? To my ears, it's really strong, particularly 'God, the Universe and Everything Else No One Really Cares About' (both parts). 'Steer by the Stars' ought to appeal to AOR/melodic rock fans too! (Goran Edman seems to be making a comeback lately!): KARMAKANIC: STEER BY THE STARS (feat. Andy Tillison (The Tangent): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=
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8 weeks ago
Idiosyncrasy
A must-buy, for me. Joe - will the Jimi Jamison track make an appearance at some point in the future? Thanks, Danny
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2 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
I always think of 'Never Walk Away' as 'Don't be quite as good to yourself' ...
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2 months ago
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Neal Morse mentions in his interview with Mitch LaFon that the record label had him submitting songwriting demos for the new Kansas album, with vocals by Ted Leonard (Spock's Beard, Enchant). Apparently, it's going to be one of his Inner Circle Fan Club only releases as none of the songs were picked.
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3 months ago
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Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > No love for Rockin' Horse?? Wow--great track! Love > that line...'Golden Earring on the radio. Radar > love is comin' through'. T I don't mind any of those three songs really, but I much preferred the more melodic tracks on the album. That said "Don't Walk Away" is a bit wishy-washy... hey, I'm
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3 months ago
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Bad English, without a doubt. Yes, there's some songs I could live without (Lay Down, Rockin' Horse, and Ready When You Are) but the rest is pure gold, especially Tough Times Don't Last and The Restless Ones. Alias - two or three tracks stood out for me, but the rest I found pretty forgettable. No doubt immaculately produced and great performances, but to me the songwriting wasn't in the same
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3 months ago
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Fantastic album. It'll take more listens before it's up there with English Electric (Full Power) but there are some moments of sublime beauty on there. 'Brooklands' is my favourite, very much in the vein of 'East Coaster Racer'. Anyone who likes melodic, pastoral prog (think Genesis with added lashings of folk) should check it out. They've really taken their place as one of the leading lights
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4 months ago
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Some proggy additions: Big Big Train - Folklore 27.5 Aisles - Hawaii 29.7 Presagio Records Karmakanic - DOT 22.7 Inside Out Music (feat. Goran Edman)
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4 months ago
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I gave 'Hourglass' a spin today - still absolutely love it! Monster of an album, and the addition of Jorn Lande (not to mention Don Airey's keyboards on a couple of tracks and Dag Stokke on the others) really lifted the band to a whole new level of class. I know Ralph Santolla last appeared on a Rage of Angels album a few years ago, but with everyone clamoring for Jorn to return to a more mel
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4 months ago
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Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Just had a look - they are almost entirely John > Waite solo demos. WGW and Full Circle maybe are > the only BE outtakes. > > Horrible quality. Glad I've got them in first > generation quality :) My copy has Hard Rain and Who Is This Talking also listed as Bad English with all of the others (apa
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5 months ago
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Some proggy additions... Frost*: Falling Satellites (May 27th) Iamthemorning: Lighthouse (April 1st) Anderson/Stolt: Invention of Knowledge (24th June) Wolverine: Machina Vita (early Summer 2016) Haken: Affinity (29th April) Alarion: Waves of Destruction (June 2016)
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6 months ago
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Richard Epps Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > If there was a like button on this forum,I would > press it now for Danny's post. Ha! Thanks Richard! :-)
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6 months ago
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Hope the new album is a roaring success, Ted! EPK is brilliant! I loved Revolve as well. Bloody great album all round. Are their any plans to record another D2 album at some point, or would you guys want to wait until The Defiants has had time to get established first?
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6 months ago
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Appalling. Survivor were always my favourite AOR band. Dave's better off out of it. Frankie has driven the band into the ground. It's telling that Jim Peterik, Dave, and Marc are all still friends (they've played at his World Stage shows) and so was Jimi when he was alive. Cameron's a good singer, no doubt about that, but it isn't Survivor any more (and hasn't been IMO since Peterik left)
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6 months ago
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Nice stuff. Reminds me of Mystery. Thanks for the recommendation.
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6 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Check out the newsfeed for the details and EPK. Sounds pretty damn great to my ears. Love the Martin Bros' songwriting and while he seems to be on everything nowadays, there's no quibbling with Alessandro's production chops. High quality stuff all round. Also very cool that Ted went out to record the vocals in Italy rather than sending files. :-)
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7 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
mhenders Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > How about: > > One Dream by Lou Gramm (Highlander 2) > Stand in the Fire by Mickey Thomas (Youngblood) I thought of those, but I'm not that fond of either song! Hearts on Fire, Iron Eagle, or You're the Best Around I can hear Pekka doing a great job of.
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7 months ago
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Tasty! Have to admit, I was a little disappointed with Diamond From the Firepit when I first got it (felt like the band wasn't quite firing on all six) but I gave it a couple of spins last week and appreciated it a lot more. To be fair, it had a lot to live up to compared to the first two albums. I too hope it's a whole new album. They sound more rejuvenated on this new track, and it's got
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7 months ago
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I'm not that familiar with the first couple of albums beyond the hits, but I have to say "I Don't Want To Live Without You" must be one of my least favourite Foreigner songs from the rest of their catalogue. Just don't get that one at all. Especially when they've got tracks like "Say You Will", "Tooth & Nail", "A Night to Remember", "Until the End
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7 months ago
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I'm by no means a major Toto fan (I dabble here and there!), but that was excellent! And to think they were all ill too! I was looking out for Dave's "small medical episode"!
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9 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Ask the Lonely may be my favourite Journey song of all! Hugely underrated - so glad that it got the recognition it deserved by being included on Greatest Hits 1 and played regularly live.
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9 months ago
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Good call! Love that song - it screams 'Everon' (who were one of my favourite prog-ish bands ever). The other half is buying me the full album for Christmas so I'm looking forward to hearing the rest of it. I always wonder why Frontiers don't go to Oliver Phillips to produce some of their acts? I know he's doing a lot of film and TV orchestrations nowadays but he'd do a fantastic job, especia
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10 months ago
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New addition: Phantasma: The Deviant Hearts- 20.11.15 Concept album by a new supergroup featuring members of Everon, Delain and Serenity (plus a host of guest musicians) Let It Die: http://youtu.be/qZwU-7J_Hkc
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11 months ago
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If they're going to consider a new lead singer, it'd be good to go with a 'name'. Some singers considered for the spot previously include Kevin Chalfant, Mark Free, and Brett Walker. I can't see that happening (obviously not with Brett, RIP) but it's interesting to think about what they might have sounded like. I always thought it would've been interesting to hear them with Fergie Frederiksen
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11 months ago
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Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That is also not correct. Like I said...strange > stuff. Ah! Poorly written ad by the promoter then, I imagine? Let me guess - Frankie is going to be singing leads himself?
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11 months ago
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Check the Survivor message board on this site- there's rumours of them having a new lead singer called Cameron Barton. He's a young country singer, if reports are true; a friend of Frankie's son Ryan. Ryan has replaced Marc Droubay on drums. I'll leave other people to decide for themselves if Cameron's a good match for the band!
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