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5 weeks ago
Don
I found it to be a rather amusing read. I was really impressed with some of the stuff he included, and although my own personal list would probably look quite different (I'm sure everyone is thinking the same thing), I also have a feeling that there would be a lot of similarities.
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5 weeks ago
Don
Can't believe that I forgot Metal Church. Everyone has their favorites with this band (I believe "The Dark" is held in high regard). Personally, I like all of their stuff, but the s/t debut has always been my favorite - ever since I first heard this track... Gods of Wrath
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5 weeks ago
Don
I'd also recommend Annihilator's "Alice in Hell" and "Set the World on Fire," especially if you like your music on the melodic end of things. I'm also really partial to Anthrax's debut, "Fistfull of Metal."
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5 weeks ago
Don
I agree - I love those three tracks. I also love Break it Up - always figured that track should have made the best-of compilation.
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6 weeks ago
Don
125. Re: Thor
No, Tony, definitely not a fan. And, to be honest, I was shocked to hear he was from BC. Pretty much the only time I ever heard of him was when MuchMusic was playing that video. Given the fact that they were based somewhere in eastern Canada, I assumed he was probably from Quebec or Ontario. I have never once seen a flyer or heard of any reference to Thor playing any club or hall in BC, unl
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6 weeks ago
Don
126. Re: Thor
I used to watch the MuchMusic Power Hour almost religiously. One day, while a buddy and I were watching, Thor's "Keep the Dogs Away" video came on. To put it mildly, we were horrified, although I remember my friend laughing uncontrollably. After that, we would actually turn the sound down whenever they played that video. I am ashamed to say that he's not only Canadian, but from my
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6 weeks ago
Don
Thank you! I wasn't sure how to look them up, given that I didn't have titles. Cheers!
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6 weeks ago
Don
Thanks so much for sharing this (the songs and the info), Peter. May I ask where you came across the info? Are the other 5 songs available as well? Are they all on YouTube? Thanks again, I'm a huge fan of Orr.
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6 weeks ago
Don
a-change-of-seasons Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Same for me. Couldn't possibly vote against > Escape and Frontiers. ...Same for me, along with ROR. I know it's a cliche, but choosing a favorite is almost like choosing a favorite child. I honestly believe that the most perfect album that exists in this universe is Journey's Greatest Hit
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7 weeks ago
Don
garyt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > If Donald Trump had said something like that, > everyone would have been in a rage lol. Since it's > Bryan Adams, he gets a pass. ...Yeah, definitely not a pass. He offered a retraction/apology today.
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7 weeks ago
Don
I know it's been discussed on here a few times, but I've gotta say that it's now official - Change the World has grown on me a lot! Not sure if it comes down to the sheer number of spins I've given it, but it went from being solid-but-nothing-particularly-special to a worthy follow-up to United. Anyone else feeling the same?
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7 weeks ago
Don
Killer Dwarfs, Hanover Fist, Free Spirit, and Blanc Faces.
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7 weeks ago
Don
Agree with Mr. Nut, as is often the case. Like you, I'd say that I lean towards the melodic side of most bands, and I must say that the one track that made me go from liking this band to wanting to hear a lot more by them was A Tout le Monde. Of course, the timing was relevant as well, as I discovered this track around the same time my father was dying of cancer. A Tout le Monde
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7 weeks ago
Don
To be completely honest, my favorite thrash vocals would have to be John Bush (fantastic talent) and Neil Turbin. Neil's vocals always brought to mind for me what Paul Stanley would have sounded like if he were to try his hand at singing for a thrash band.
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7 weeks ago
Don
Falken Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Megadeth is the trash band I appreciate the most > and the one I go to when I need a fix. Intruiging > songs and always stellar musiciansship on four > positions ......Agree fully, although I do really enjoy Metallica's first handful of albums. > I see what you mean regarding Mustaine's singing
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7 weeks ago
Don
Thanks so much, Chris! Files received. Very much appreciated.
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7 weeks ago
Don
I would love, Love, LOVE a copy, Mr. Preacher! Please and thank you.
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7 weeks ago
Don
Thanks for sharing this, Peter. I've never heart it, but sure wish I could get my hands on it...even digital format (iTunes?). At first, I thought it might be Vancouver-based Simon Kaos, whose singer, Darcy Deutsch went on to front Prism after Ron Tabak's death. Absolutely killer MHR band, and a live force to be reckoned with. They used to print "Simon Says...Rock 'n Roll" all o
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7 weeks ago
Don
Thanks for the heads-up, Andrew. If it's got that dance/programmed pop sound, I probably won't wind up being a big fan. Still, I'll give it a spin or two.
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7 weeks ago
Don
I bought her "Touch" and "Branigan" albums a few years back at a thrift shop, but I don't even recall if I've spun 'em yet. Guess I should remedy that soon...
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7 weeks ago
Don
Troy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That's where they started to lose it with me too. +1. I've bought pretty much everything since, and it's all decent, overall. But I long for another World Upside Down.
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7 weeks ago
Don
Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Woah! Was there really any need to attack Terry > like that?. He can like who he wants and just > because the current HOL album tracks have been > panned by some it doesn't mean those people are > right. > Terry, is a long time member here with a wealth of > knowledge and he likes tons of the same
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7 weeks ago
Don
Killer album, my friend. If you haven't investigated it yet, you are in for a major treat!
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7 weeks ago
Don
Yes, thanks for taking the time and making the effort to do this, Maro. I enjoyed reading 'em.
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7 weeks ago
Don
...interesting Ray Lyell trivia: I hadn't realized that he's an accomplished vocal coach, who has worked with a good number of vocals coaches. Also hadn't realized that he co-wrote Wild in the Streets with Helix. Couple more tracks... Another Man's Gun (from s/t debut) Desert Nights (from Desert Winds) Smoky Mountain Rain (from Desert Winds)
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7 weeks ago
Don
I don't claim to be a huge fan of the genre, or sub-genre or whatever. But the one act that comes to mind that really does it for me is Ray Lyell & the Storm....especially his first two albums (s/t and "Desert Winds"). Love his gritty voice and the stories he tells in his songs. I think Carry Me was his first hit. If you're gonna give it a listen, make sure you get past the ha
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7 weeks ago
Don
Lol, I wondered the same thing.
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7 weeks ago
Don
That was good for a laugh. Thanks for sharing. On a serious note, his whole staff must just be filled with dread every time they know he's going to address the public. I'm sure the damage control is utterly exhausting and probably takes a "tremendous" (see what I did there?) amount of ingenuity.
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8 weeks ago
Don
Agreed, this is a "top down," summer cruising track. Love it! Btw, that's quite the mullet...
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