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7 months ago
Don
Ahhhh, thank you!
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7 months ago
Don
I should like 'em. I've tried numerous times. I'm now at a point where I don't mind 'em and I can listen to 'em. But in truth, I rarely do.
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7 months ago
Don
I wondered the same thing. They (she?) speak(s) quite softly, so it's hard to tell. I was thinking maybe it's Japanese, but I really don't know.
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7 months ago
Don
Lol, I'd buy it with that cover!
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7 months ago
Don
Just finished listening to Taken By Force....one of the Scorps albums I've spent very little time with, really. Does anyone know anything about the woman's (womens'???) voice/voices at the end of Born to Touch Your Feelings? Is it a conversation between two women? What language is she/are they speaking in?
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7 months ago
Don
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Gone Off Crisps.. LOL :-) T ...I lol'd exactly the same thing, T-Man. I've gotta say that, rarely a day goes by that I don't literally lol at something on here. Some genuinely funny expressions used by some true wordsmiths around these parts, surely.
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7 months ago
Don
I agree with Dave. As someone who's spent 30+ years working with young adolescents, I can say with confidence that many/most go through a phase (particularly in the young adolescent years, say 11-14 or so) where they become extremely focused on "cool"...determining what is, what isn't, and pursuing all things that are.
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7 months ago
Don
1000% agree with both Rocknut and Preacher. Slaughter weren't in the same league as Firehouse, largely due to those vocals (IMHO, of course).
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7 months ago
Don
Well, that's sad and unfortunate. Guess I can cross these guys off my list of bands I'd like to see one day (not that they're likely to come to my neck of the woods anyways). Still, there's no denying the quality of their most recent studio output.
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7 months ago
Don
standing-hampton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Don - you are one of the lucky 56 that own the DVD > !! ...I count myself lucky, then! :-)
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7 months ago
Don
Lol, Preacher. Ronnie James Dio he ain't!!!
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7 months ago
Don
I guess there's a good chance that you guys all know about this fellow already, but I just heard about him the other day. He does interesting metal renditions of pop songs and he plays all the instruments. Sultans of Swing Zombie Africa
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7 months ago
Don
Thanks, SH. The overall cost worked out to a little more than that for me here in Canada, but coincidentally, I just received a $5 ebay coupon in my email the other day, so that helped. I'm actually watching it right now on YouTube. I am surprised at how much better he sounds live than he does on the album. He's still far from what I'd consider a powerhouse vocalist, but he definitely mak
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7 months ago
Don
Great list, Steve!
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7 months ago
Don
Kudos to 'em then. I guess in a world where Mick Jagger fronts one of the biggest rock bands in history, I should be well aware of the fact that vocal prowess isn't always necessary if you've got charisma, stage presence, and moves!
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7 months ago
Don
Wow, that was not a name I expected to see! Back in the day, I used to read anything and everything I could about MHR music. I stumbled upon a couple of articles about Wrathchild. Given their name and the absolutely outrageous way they looked (like early Motley on steroids), I guess I formed an idea in my mind as to what they might sound like. Eventually, my now brother-in-law found "
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7 months ago
Don
I would be inclined to agree, but their A Touch of Heaven album is really, really strong IMHO. I also think that the following track is stellar - it's exactly what I love in a MHR song (love the lead and backing vocals especially) and should have been a huge hit (I suspect it would have been if it was recorded by the likes of Bon Jovi in the '80s)... Last Autumn's Dream
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7 months ago
Don
Ah, thank you for the information. I was quite curious as to whether or not there was any kind of relationship between the two of them. I guess not then....
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7 months ago
Don
Thanks for the input, Figge. I'm okay with mellow, as long as the songs are good. I recently ordered both Aria and Aura. So far, I'm enjoying both of 'em. As I mentioned in a previous thread, once I got over the shock of hearing Payne's voice instead of Wetton's (on Aqua), I discovered/realized that I like him in the band. And I figured that was high time I investigated a little more of his
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7 months ago
Don
Terry, you owe it to yourself to give 'em another spin. This is a band that has put out a lot of good stuff.
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7 months ago
Don
Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Nothing wrong with fun - that’s why we love HEAT > and Crazy Lixx etc. > > SP are great at what they do, but no way I’m > picking up the kids from school with Fuck Myself > Tonight blasting! The subject matter is just too > teenage for me. ...Yes, exactly.
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7 months ago
Don
Mats B Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Thats called ageing my friend..... > Its the same here.... ...I suppose it is, Mats. I still love metal, but I just find that I need/want to be more selective in what I listen to. I now find certain things abrasive...things that I used to be able to tolerate or even enjoy. > I am starting to play more &q
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7 months ago
Don
Lol guys, it's in the mail....honest.
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7 months ago
Don
Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > He does have a Canadian IP address! ...Oh dear. Okay, I'm gonna do the Canadian thing here and apologize...on behalf of all Canadians.....Sorry!
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7 months ago
Don
Thanks, Hustler. I will look into these albums. Cheers!
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7 months ago
Don
I haven't been ordering many CDs these days, but I did order a used copy of "Aura" by Asia. I was surprised to see that the cover has been signed by John Payne and Geoff Downes...although it's addressed "To Tony..." Has me wondering if perhaps I should change my name...
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7 months ago
Don
I'm pretty sure that I've listened to the odd sample here and there, if my memory serves me. There's a few bands out there nowadays with phenomenal vocalists, but whose music just strikes me as silly. I just can't get into it. It's funny, Peter - over the past few years my tastes in music have started to change (narrow?) a little. I no longer have the same love I used to for all things meta
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7 months ago
Don
Aussie Dave Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > This is one band I'd love to hear do a covers > album. I reckon they'd nail it. ...I have a couple of their covers, and they are really, really good. As Peter pointed out, they are excellent musicians. Of course I'd also > love to hear them lose the parody and make a pure > hard rock album with
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7 months ago
Don
I own the same book - same edition and everything (I'm pretty sure there's like a dozen editions or something crazy like that, lol!). It is an interesting read and he's most certainly an exceptionally knowledgeable metal fan with a ridiculously amusing and unique writing style. However, I find that he and I have vastly different musical tastes and opinions on what constitutes quality...
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