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2 days ago
pjs
Call me cynical, but this sort of story is why I never get involved with such projects. Paul
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2 days ago
pjs
Quite possibly the most creative lyric video I have EVER seen!! Great music too....!!! :-) Paul
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7 days ago
pjs
A favourite band of mine right through from their early days to the present, and I absolutely agree that the final two (if that is what they end up being) releases ('Kitchens Of Distinction' and 'Elysium') are superb and full of acerbic, observational lyrics for the current time. Paul :-)
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8 days ago
pjs
Like them or not (and Ten retains the title of the most marmite rock band discussed on this forum) they have certainly lasted a long time and now have shown that they can keep a stable line-up for a string of releases.
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8 days ago
pjs
Yes, those are the two I have pre-ordered. Paul :-)
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11 days ago
pjs
I have 'Future Nostalgia' and 'Changing Colours' and they are rather choice. Not sure now how I happened upon them! As regards bands whose members switch instruments, I have to mention the brilliant Katzenjammer: an all girl band from Norway. They are a trio now, but I reckon they were even better when there were four of them. To get a real taste of their talent (and humour!) try to see their
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12 days ago
pjs
Oh deary me, heh heh!!!
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15 days ago
pjs
OMG!!!!!!
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17 days ago
pjs
This is a very good assessment! Paul
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27 days ago
pjs
I will be seeing Magenta at Wath while you are seeing MA in my home town....Crazy isn't it??!! Paul
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27 days ago
pjs
As you say, Carl...a great venue: and super seating in the small balcony area for old codgers like me. And yes, Bud RNRP, it will have been some while ago if Heather F was still with the band.... Of course it's now Livvy Sparnenn (now married to Bryan Josh incidentally) who has been up front for what seems like ages now... Paul
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27 days ago
pjs
Following the recent thread about Daughtry, I thought I would post this... Last night I attended the gig by MOSTLY AUTUMN (any other fans here?) at The Citadel, St Helens with two friends. Two sets: the first starting at 8.15 and lasting just over an hour, the second staring at 9.45 and lasting an hour followed by two songs in an encore, the show finishing just after 11.00. Pre-purchased tic
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29 days ago
pjs
So did I...!!!!! Paul
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29 days ago
pjs
I do like plenty of Prog, but eventually gave up my subscription to this because it increasingly veered off into some very eclectic prog that ceased floating my boat. How much longer this title will continue is anyones guess, of course, but over the past few months I have been bombarded with offers to take out a new sub and get the first five issues at £1 each. This strikes me as entering the
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4 weeks ago
pjs
I have the first three issues, but gave up after that - not because I thought the magazine was in any way poor (far from it, in fact) but I am not solely rooted in the past and prefer to read a magazine which has a great balance of the present mixed with highlights from the past and a superb selection of album reviews by an excellent writing team. I think you will know which magazine I am refe
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4 weeks ago
pjs
I possess the albums from all eras of the band. They certainly evolved over time with personnel comings and goings, but I was able to maintain my delight with the music they produced. Favourite album? Probably 'One Of These Nights' but 'Desperado' is also smashing. There are some great solo albums by the various band members too.... Paul :-)
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5 weeks ago
pjs
Mine was here to greet me when I returned from my jollies earlier this evening!! Paul :-)
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5 weeks ago
pjs
I've been away. My copy was here when I got home tonight. :-) Paul
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7 weeks ago
pjs
I'm very much in agreement with Robin about this release. I have very nearly everything that this band has ever released and I have to say that this is one of the very best! I saw them for the very first time last year and they were on fire playing a selection of songs from across their entire career. I had a feeling that they would produce an exceptional album this time around, and I was not mis
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2 months ago
pjs
El Corte Inglés! Wow!! I remember their massive store in Las Palmas, and in the mid 90s actually found a few CDs to add (to my then quite small) collection. But just around the corner (well, about a kilometre away!) was a little CD store called COMPACT MUSIC where I bought a load of stuff and this was where I discovered Now & Then!! I'd love to know if this place still survives!!
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2 months ago
pjs
Hmmm.... Well (according to Wiki....) there have been 17 'past' members (if one goes back to their inception in 1958!!!!) Drummer Garry Peterson remains from the quartet that recorded 'American Woman' (the others were Burton Cummings, Randy Bachmann and Jim Kale). Kale only recently retired from live gigging and his replacement is someone known to many here at MRR - Rudy Sarzo. I haven't li
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2 months ago
pjs
Heh, heh!!!!!! Paul :-)
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2 months ago
pjs
Contact team@rocktopia.co.uk Paul
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2 months ago
pjs
I think that MIKE might have nailed it with his selection of Melodica's 'Long Way From Home'. One of the worst purchases I have made in ANY genre!! Paul :-(
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2 months ago
pjs
Well, if you buy the latest Fireworks Magazine (issue 84), page 74 is devoted to a this album with a lengthy review by none other than Andrew McNeice! Paul :-)
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2 months ago
pjs
A great band and a super album! I have the original and the 2015 version! I might add that their last two albums ('Unbroken' and 'Cemetary Junction') are both superb too!!! Sadly, however, none of these dates fit with my upcoming plans!!! Such a shame.... Paul
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2 months ago
pjs
Calm down, man!! You'll have a coronary..... Paul :-)
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2 months ago
pjs
It's certainly there now: @ £9.99. Paul :-)
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2 months ago
pjs
I hadn't appreciated there is an album....but it's ordered now!! Paul :-)
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