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5 months ago
Don
Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > let's hope he recovers from the surgery super > quick and carries on for a long time yet. ...My thoughts exactly. This is one act that has grown on me throughout my life. These days, in general, I prefer Saxon to Maiden.
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5 months ago
Don
shunpiker Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > So many music family losses recently. Makes me > grateful for the gifts they left us with. > Condolences to his friends and family. RIP Tony ...+1 Nicely said.
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5 months ago
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Rkbluez Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Tony you and your family are in my > prayers...please get well. ...Yup, I've added him to my list as well.
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5 months ago
Don
Warrior21 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > My first favorite band... ...My older brother's first favorite band. Given this, they had a big influence on me as well. > > This plain just sucks. Wasn’t but a week or two > ago someone posted an article about so many of our > rock stars likely passing in the not too distant > future.
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5 months ago
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Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > DAMN--feared this was coming after hearing the > news of his cancer. You sure gave us a boatload of > fantastic melodic rock,Mr. Money. May you RIP. One > of the good guys has left the building.. so sad. > :-( T ...Echoes my thoughts exactly. Bummed out about this. Thoughts and prayers go out t
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5 months ago
Don
Actually, Rob was raised in a Christian home, (apparently) attends church (not sure how regularly), considers prayer to be an important part of his life, and has described himself as being very spiritual. Of course, none of this necessarily means anything. He's also stated that he considers himself to be a Christian, but again, that's a term that means a lot of different things to a lot of diff
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5 months ago
Don
....17......
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6 months ago
Don
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Prayers and best wishes to both of you for a > healthy recovery! T ...Exactly.
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6 months ago
Don
Glad to see Robbie getting props around these parts. I've been "singing" his praises around these parts for a while now. Not sure if you've heard Falling From the Moon, but it's really, really worth a spin just to hear him sing. I know that many will find it too "by the numbers" and I'll be the first to admit that it brings absolutely nothing new to the table, but it contai
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6 months ago
Don
Vital Signs is a good one in terms of "classic" albums. I'd also include Hysteria, Play Deep, and maybe Raised on Radio. In terms of more recent stuff, I'd say... Khymera - The Greatest Wonder Free Spirit - All the Shades of Darkened Light Blanc Faces - Falling From the Moon Harem Scarem - United (great call, Mike!)
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7 months ago
Don
Thanks, Hustler!
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7 months ago
Don
Me neither. I consider myself to be a pretty huge Priest fan, but Painkiller is not among my favorites by them. Jugulator and Demolition were big disappointments for me (Jeez, even the album art on these two was substandard!!). I like Cathedral Spires, but the rest of the songwriting just wasn't up to snuff, IMHO. I think they got a truly amazing singer in Ripper, but for whatever reason, t
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7 months ago
Don
I like that track. It has a real Mike + the Mechanics "feel" to it, if that makes any sense. It was thanks to someone from this board that I got into this band. We exchanged some CDs, and he sent me a compilation CD-R of his favorite M+M tracks. That's all it took. I started buying the albums and now I own all of the "classics" and consider myself to be a pretty big fan
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7 months ago
Don
Nice list. I have a lot of those tracks on a playlist on my iPod. I'd add Dedringer's "Sunday Drivers" to your list, as well as "Metal of the Night" by Hanover Fist and "Rock 'n Roll Maniac" by Icon.
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7 months ago
Don
Yeah, a lot of good non-MHR tracks there.
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7 months ago
Don
Ouch, SH. :-) It's cuz my daughter's off to university, lol!
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7 months ago
Don
Yes on both counts (I love to cook) and I work with kids, so....
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7 months ago
Don
Ydde Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > move to canada ...I have an empty room for rent... ;-)
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7 months ago
Don
Peter M. Bietenholz Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > This is why I take Priest over Maiden and any > other NWOBMH outfit. Musically, their arch is > quite remarkable. Hugely talented band that always > pushed the boundaries. ...+1 I love this band, right back to their earliest of stuff (I feel exactly the same about Rush). Thanks for sha
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7 months ago
Don
I have never heard these guys before. I don't mind that at all. Sonically, it's as interesting as the video is visually. The trouble is, I can't imagine listening to a lot of this. I don't think it could hold my interest for too long (certainly not an entire album).
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7 months ago
Don
Thanks, Carl. I'll have a look.
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7 months ago
Don
Thanks, Figge. I guess it's true that there's a first time for everything, eh? ;-) Seriously, though, the quality of the covers is very good - they do justice to those songs. And the first album makes for some good listening. It would simply never occur to me to consider these guys horrible.
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7 months ago
Don
Agree. To each his own, but calling them "horrible" is bizarre. Last year's album didn't blow me away or anything, and I would be the first to admit that it falls squarely in the category of stuff that's "Not Groundbreaking." But it's a really enjoyable spin. Really catchy melodies, strong lead vocals, angelic backing vocals and harmonies, solid musicianship....hardly
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7 months ago
Don
How about iTUnes, Andrew? I missed out on it, but I would happily pay for a download.
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7 months ago
Don
Shamus nailed it. Terrific advice all the way around (and spot-on with regards to Canada Post as well).
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7 months ago
Don
Greg Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Chasing Daylight is my favorite by far... ...I like that one a lot as well, but Fortress is my favorite of theirs. I never get tired of hearing that album. Champagne High is a stellar song with mind-blowingly exquisite harmonies. I'd encourage anyone who hasn't heard it for a while (or ever) to check it out. Whe
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7 months ago
Don
Yeah, I'd kind of like to know what they're saying as well.
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7 months ago
Don
Thank you, SH for sharing those epic translation skills. Clearly, you can look forward to a bright future in your new career as an interpreter.
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7 months ago
Don
Looks like you nailed it, Troy. You'll see that if you read Anymajordude's post. Thanks.
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7 months ago
Don
Checked and replied. Thanks!
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