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3 months ago
beetle
In retrospective, Roth talking the lyrics is better than 95% of the other residencies who lip synch. But still wouldnt pay a dime.
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3 months ago
beetle
Is he going to sing or just talk the lyrics?
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3 months ago
beetle
I am sure there will be a "hologram" version of these artists in concert.
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3 months ago
beetle
If Sambora is involved to at least to some degree I will be interested. I may be in the minority here, but my favorite is their debut. And 7800F is good too. For me they went downhill on the VERY cheesefest Slippery when Wet.
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3 months ago
beetle
A good attempt but like Perry and others, no one touches Jamison. I loved the grittiness of Too Hot to Sleep. But it also has some very melodic moments like Desperate Dreams, and there are no over the top power ballads.
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3 months ago
beetle
This is another example of a Journey album with Bolton singing lead. Heck, in addition to Schon and Cain playing on most tracks (I and think in one video) even Mike Baird (Which I never understood how he got to be a touring member of Journey) and Randy Jackson. And didnt he sing with Journey at the 1987 Bammies?
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3 months ago
beetle
If it wasnt mentioned above, Harry Chapin - Taxi. Three Wooden Crosses -Randy Travis I seeing that some choices above to me are not truly story songs. For me a story song is where they kinda talk and sing a story. A great example of this "Patches" by Clarence Carter.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_LQ4_MhDu4 Honorable mention for an only takling story song.
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3 months ago
beetle
Wasnt Mickey Thomas supposed to replace Perry in 1984 when he initially refused to go back? I love Jimmy Barnes and Freight Train Heart is basically a Journey album with his lead vocals but I cant imagine him singing Open Arms and Faithfully every night, among others. Also wasnt there rumors that Michael Bolton was going to replace Perry in 1987? But they decided to do the Bad English thi
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3 months ago
beetle
Looking at Guiffria's Wiki page I knew "I Must be Dreaming" was written by an outside writer but I never knew it was a cover song. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_uwYPVHByiw
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3 months ago
beetle
Not familiar with Angels' music, but always thought it was synthesizer led like Guiffria's music. I know Gregg is no longer in the band? It's a good song though, will have to check out Angel.
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3 months ago
beetle
For the most part 60s Motown and 70s R&B. Sam Cooke is my favorite artist.
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3 months ago
beetle
Just off Pig's Eye Lake (backwater of the Mississippi) in a van down by the river. Thank goodness I get ok WIFI here. But if anyone is nearby can I move in with you?
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3 months ago
beetle
I am a motivational speaker that lives in a van down by the river.
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3 months ago
beetle
Just getting back into this band. The Marty Balin and Mickey Thomas era. But I wonder why, at least on terrestrial radio, they next to never get played. Maybe Jane once in a blue moon. I hear fooled around and fell in love tons more then anything JS did. And yeah, maybe because the very commercial success of "Starship" effected this. AOR radio played their songs to death ba
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4 months ago
beetle
Their website says its on but no artists revealed yet. Is this mainly hard rock/hair bands?
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4 months ago
beetle
Was this during the Feeding off the Mojo era? If not didnt know they toured behind it. Did Moon sing all the Blades songs?
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4 months ago
beetle
Good album but a couple of skips. Saw him live on this tour with Krokus. My favorite will always be Standing Hampton. Not a skip on the CD and some really awesome songs. I hesitated to get this album cause I thought "Heavy Metal" was the Felder song which I never did like. But Hagar's song rocks, co-written by Jim Peterik . I was VERY surprised after listening to Hampton how man
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4 months ago
beetle
not "hard rock" but always liked this obscure 70s AOR song. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzaXrM4pVjM
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4 months ago
beetle
Like Said above, their first 3 albums sound like two different bands. Walsh's songs that were more pop and Livgren which were this epic proggy songs. But some real good stuff in their. I like Leftoverture a lot but never got into Magnum Opus to much which takes up most of one side of the album and is mostly an instrumental. My favorite is Point of Know return. I think that is Walsh/Livgren
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4 months ago
beetle
Firehouse is a great band. They died quickly to the grunge scene in 1992-3. I was shocked that they were playing sport bars about 10 years for a 10 dollar cover. Especially when they had 4-5 top 40 hits. I always liked their rockers more then the ballads. All She Wrote is my favorite.
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4 months ago
beetle
51. Re: Axe
Wow, thanks for this. They kinda have a more edgy Shooting Star vibe. Does a piano show up in any of their songs other then Party in the Streets?
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4 months ago
beetle
Funny, just watched Roger and Me for the first time in ages and the Autoworkers Union claimed to have a massive demonstration on the closing of a plant. 4 showed. I think there will be less for Area 51. Anyway, Trump's "Space Force" should keep America at bay if the aliens return. " )
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4 months ago
beetle
53. Axe
On the front page I see there is a new release coming from Axe. I loved Rock and Roll Party in the Streets (probably best piano rock song intro) back in the day. But I never bought one of their albums. On Wikipedia I see they have a minor hit additionally to this. Never heard it but is an instant like. Will have to see if they have a greatest hits album. This song is much more an early
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5 months ago
beetle
IF the Mall of America can have it's own police force I think some of these Major theme parks might need to as well (sadly). For a hundred + dollars a day I thin DL can afford it. All I can say is I hope they are banned for life.
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5 months ago
beetle
Arrival is Journey's best post Perry Album and Augeri was aweomse on this. And loved the "bonus" songs if you can call that after it was leaked and put on napster. World Gone Wild and Nothing comes close are great. But in saying on that the Cain ballads were mediocre to non listenable. Although, not sure who had the most credits for songwriting but my favorite song on the album
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5 months ago
beetle
Triumph - Surveillance I spun that record tons Kansas - In the Spirit of things and most recently Steve Perry - Traces (with bonus songs) I know most Perry/Journey fans think it was ballad heavy, and it was, but it was nice to hear his voice again.
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5 months ago
beetle
His first three albums are great. My favorite being The End of the Innocence. I will not go quietly is one of his most rocking song (and it doesnt hurt to have Axl on backing vocals. I spun those albums tons but lost track of Eagles and his solo stuff in the 90s. Looking back at his first solo on wiki, he does a song called "Lilah". I could swear this song was called Delilah.
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5 months ago
beetle
A non melodic AOR song, but I love this, Not Jake, but have a lab too. And If I die before I wake feed Maddie, She's been a good dog. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eO3eStraqCc
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5 months ago
beetle
After hearing "Go" on the radio and MTV I thought wow! Asia is back! But after buying Astra it was a total buzzkill. I never understood "Voice of America". A good power ballad yes, but I was clueless on the lyrical side. The only two songs I could get a slight bit interest was Wishing Hoping to a smaller degree and Too Late which sounds right out of Alpha. This
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