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8 weeks ago
Justin
JOhnny's got the pizza shop too! I feel a MelodicRockPizzaFest in the making!!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDlPgd0hMZc
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8 weeks ago
Justin
...adding Phil Varone WAKING UP DEAD about his drug abuse and time with Saigon Kick and Skid Row. There's a new one coming out called HAIR I GO AGAIN that has a LOT of cameo's! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDlPgd0hMZc Oh..and of course, ANVIL THE STORY OF ANVIL!!!
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4 months ago
Justin
Can't find anything on youtube. Was this filmed at all? if anybody has any audio/video, I would love to hear it!
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4 months ago
Justin
Did a little youtube search and found this very rare clip of Gregg performing Call My Name solo/acoustic before the Blue Tears record even came out. I wasn't aware...but the band was actually called Sahara and the album was going to be called Thunder in the Night. Funny enough, not only did they change the name to Blue Tears but this song didn't even make it onto the album!!! Can't get mor
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6 months ago
Justin
I like the record but it's a weird one in thier history. It came after the "alternative/grunge" album they did (DAWN) and after the shelved album (COCKROACH). So, it always felt like a pieced together album... 4 songs from Cockroach that were re-recorded. 1 new version of a previously released song (COMING HOME) and you could easily tell Paul's songs from Steve/Bruno's songs.
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6 months ago
Justin
Wow.. between this record and the Bon Jovi Burning Bridges album, Andrew is really slamming the guys that built Melodic Rock. He even took a shot at Mellencamp and Seger in the review which wasn't really fair... I've found out about a lot of great bands thanks to Andrew and this site, so thank you for that! My serious question is... do you dislike these albums so much as they are? Or becaus
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9 months ago
Justin
I don't know why I posted this! I actually have these songs!!!! It's been so many years, I actually forgot they were from that era... I guess I was looking for another song of quality as Edge of a Broken Heart but I don't think there is one! The best ones made the record for sure! I did give Disc 1 of the box set another listen today though and love these songs. There was definitely anot
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9 months ago
Justin
The Bon Jovi box set was 90's and early 2000's. The New Jersey deluxe set has New Jersey outtakes. This new Burning Bridges albums has recent outtakes. So, are there any OLDER unreleased Bon Jovi songs, from Slippery When Wet or earlier? (other than Edge of a Broken Heart and Borderline)
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9 months ago
Justin
Well, I guess the obvious question would be "What about the songs on the rumored first list?" The Circle and What About Now are probably my 2 least favorite Bon Jovi albums so I'm not exactly looking forward to hearing outtakes from those sessions...but now I'm just damn confused! Are those other rumored songs coming out as b-sides or something?
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10 months ago
Justin
Agree with rickyboy 100%. I actually remember reading that this was being recorded as a DOUBLE album. The label rejected it because it was too hard and too different. Then BECAUSE THEY CAN was written and recorded.. I actually think THAT album would've been the hit record but the timing was off and the promotion was poor. I don't hate Imaginator, but don't think it's that great. J
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10 months ago
Justin
Seems like most of us that heard Dog Eat Dog love it. That's one of my favorite albums too. It's truly an "album" that is best when heard from begining to end...not just 1 or 2 songs. Cherry Pie sonically actually REALLY holds up. The albums sounds great and the songs showed much more depth than the first album, for the most part! But hey...even Cherry Pie was awesome too as bubb
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1 year ago
Justin
Going with Eye of the Tiger but love them both and Burning Heart is a very suitable sequel. On a side note, I always thought that I'm Not That Man Anymore and Man Against the World could've worked into a Rocky movie toO!
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1 year ago
Justin
Danger Danger are truly my favorite of the bands that kinda made it but never quite made it big. I don't think they went platinum or even gold but their songs are just so damn good. I actually think they were marketed wrong in the begining. Their first album sounds more like Survivor and Foreigner to me than hard rock. Great albums and they sound amazing live too. Would love to see
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1 year ago
Justin
LOVE the Metamorphasis album but outside of that they are just too EMO for me...if that term even still exists! I do love a couple others though...Leader of the Broken Hearts and Forever.
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1 year ago
Justin
He was a great fit for the band. Sorry to hear this. So, we are onto singer #4 now....let's see how it goes. On another note, I still can't get over how different their 2nd singer Ollie sounds with his new band Reckless Love. They are pure pop/rock glam bliss. He pretty much growled his way through the Crashdiet songs.
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1 year ago
Justin
Poison really showed growth from album to album... Look was sleazy glam rock Open Up was more straight ahead showing a little bit of a blusey side Flesh was their most diverse album with a little bit of everything and improved mature lyrics Native Tongue was an extension of that but with Richie Kotzen's influence all over it. After that....I'd rather not say. Bret does have his moments in
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1 year ago
Justin
I thought Love Will Set You Free was the perfect single choice and surprised that even VH1 Classic did now play it. They played Lay Down Your Love though from the previous album, which I personally do not like. It's really all the same... I just prefer the more melodic songs. One of These Days and Summer Rain sound like they could've been hits for classic rock/ballad radio...maybe even countr
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1 year ago
Justin
Farrarsm, I can't say that for this album. I knew Extreme but this was the song that really put them on the map. I did however buy Mr Big "Lean into It" as soon as it came out after falling in love with Green Tinted Sixties Mind...which I still think it as overlooked gem. The whole record is great but To Be With You had a spark... a magic to it. Was VERY happy to see it become a
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1 year ago
Justin
What/Who is this exactly? Obviously it's a tribute to Motley with the lyrics too....
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1 year ago
Justin
OK...I'm probabaly the most out of touch person in the world. I've never heard this Stay With Me Song. On first listen... BARELY... I kinda hear the chorus similarities but it's not a rip off. That Stay With Me song sucks and Tom Petty I Won't Back Down is one of the greats... Seriously, the vocal delivery of Stay WIth Me is so "cut and paste" sounding I can't believe it was eve
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1 year ago
Justin
I saw on the frontpage that Doug re-formed his previous band Burning Rain. That was very surprising to me considering they had no hits. Why bother? Why did he leave Whitesnake in the first place? His guitar playing fit perfectly in that band and that certainly helped him perform to more people than Burning Rain will. For a relatively unknown, I would think Whitesnake would be a dream gig.
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1 year ago
Justin
Vince did sound good. I think focused and sober, he's fine. I was surprised how stripped back the performance was though. No pyro...and Motley concerts have the most pyro I've ever seen. Plus, Tommy was playing a small drum kit. For SOUND purposes, that was the smart way to go but that wasn't representative of an actual Motley show. Mick's guitar being totally de-tuned and muddy sounding
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1 year ago
Justin
I haven't liked anything they've put out since Prisoners in Paradise!!!
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1 year ago
Justin
What bothers me the most is that in New York at least, he's charging the same if not MORE than he would for a full band show. He's got the fan base still even though he has no current hits. He could EASILY do a full band tour playing theaters.. maybe even a lot of the SAME places he's playing on this tour.
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1 year ago
Justin
Just about everyone here is a fan of Jimi and Survivor. Those songs and that beautiful voice will live forever! I do have a sidebar question though.....how did I'm Always Here end of as the Baywatch song? That's not even in my top 20 favorites from him but it's one of his most successful songs for sure! I just looked it up and saw that it was only for the reruns. It's not even the original
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1 year ago
Justin
Agreed with Julio...his first solo album is my favorite albums he's ever made. Fantastic record. I gotta give that another listen tomorrow!!
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1 year ago
Justin
Some other bands have re-recorded albums or hits as more of a cash grab so that they own the masters. Is that the story with Haren Scarem as well?
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1 year ago
Justin
For awhile there, Enuff Znuff were my favorite band. There first album was good but Strength and Animals... were amazing. They never matched those 2 albums though. 1985 is fun for what it is...a collection of early demos. Seven is fantastic...again, for what it is..which is a more mellow side of the band. Other than that, they had a few songs here and there that were great lke Saturday
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1 year ago
Justin
There was even a Billy Joel documentary where his drummer (at the time) Liberty DeVito said the entire band had a hand in the arrangements. Billy wrote the songs but I'm sure the other guys had their hand in writing their own individual parts. With BANDS it's a little different though...you would think it would be more of a collaboration but eventually the all mighty dollar takes over. Then,
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