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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Scott Watson wrote: > > Wow, i thought they did justice to All Right Now. I also > have the Rick Santers solo cd and would recommend it to > anyone who is a fan of the band. I totally agree. I've heard a lot of covers of this song, but I've not heard anyone else cover it like Santers. I thought their version was quite classy. Cheers, MooseMan
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
One of the greatest ballads of all time, IMHO. Cheers, MooseMan
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Sad news. Heart failure at the age of 48! That's CRAZY!!! Chock it up to a lifetime of substance abuse, I guess (and a large frame). And yet the likes of Keith Richards and the Rolling Stoned keep going strong. Good thing he recently re-thought and had a change of heart about the whole atheism thing. Timing is everything... Cheers, MooseMan NP - "Road To Babylon" - Crazy Lixx
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
I bought the Santers 4 CD set a few years back and at that time had not heard anything from their 4th album, "Top Secrecy." Maybe it was because I wasn't expecting very much, but I was really pleasantly surprised by the quality of this album. IMHO, "Leigh Ann" is one of the catchiest tracks they've written. Any other opinions out there on this album? Does anyone else rate
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
jason panelli wrote: > > Looking > forward to seeing Y&T in June at the Fillmore for the 27th or > 28th time. 27th or 28th time???? That's unreal!!! I can't even begin to imagine. Lucky man, indeed. Do your ears still work? LOL! Cheers, MooseMan
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
...If you use iTunes, a fair bit of what you're looking for is available there. Survivor, Jimi J., Strangeways, Newman, etc. Cheers, MooseMan
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Daniel Hayes wrote: > > Loved the first one, second one didn't do anything for me ...That's exactly how I felt. It was yet another CD that I was disgusted with when I first played it. I pulled it out last summer and was shocked at how much better it was than I remembered. I've spun it a few more times now, and I don't know what I was thinking after that initial spin. It's great! I'm
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Nick wrote: > > You are so right Don ! What ever happened to Earle Lord ??? > Great voice would love to hear something from them again! ...I don't know what he's up to, but IMHO, he's too good to not be singing. A new Savannah album would be a nice addition to an already-strong 2010. Cheers, MooseMan
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Mick Ward wrote: > > Yeah and hold back with leaving yourself wide open enough for > Mack trucks to drive through, if you know what I mean...? > > Ahhh, I needed a laugh today Don, God bless ;) ...Yikes!!!!!!!!!!! Glad to have provided some amusement. Even if none of it was intentional... :-) Cheers, MooseMan
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Benno wrote: > > Sorry I don't hear any Mustaine ...Really?! You don't hear the Mustaine-like sneer in Pearcy's voice? Cheers, MooseMan
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
...Yeeesh, did I ever leave that one wide open. You could have driven a Mack truck through...LOL!!!!!!!!!! I'll have to be a little more careful in my descriptions in the future, or my wife will wonder what kind of discussion board I'm visiting. :-))) Cheers, MooseMan
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Until I read the thread below about Ratt's s/t 1999 album, I had completely forgotten not only that I had it, but about its very existance. I hadn't even added it to my iTunes library. I pulled it out, ripped it, spun it, and kinda liked it. I suspect that I played it once after I bought it and put it away in disgust. It's certainly not the Ratt I grew up with in the '80s, but it's a decent
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
As soon as I heard Auras, I not only liked it, but found that the vocalist reminded me of someone (besides Steve Perry and Kevin Chalfant). Recent mention of Savannah has made me realize that it's their lead vocalist, Earle Lord. Anyone else hear the similarity? Cheers, MooseMan NP - "Hungry Hearts" - Auras
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Hi Jason, Thanks for the info. I'm gonna have to attempt to track down "Crunch." Sounds very promising. Wow, living where you do, I'll bet that you've had plenty of opportunity to see many, many shows. I'm happy that I live where I do, but I do sometimes kinda wish I was a little closer to Vancouver. I miss going to concerts, plus, I'd also love to be able to see Vancouver Canucks
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
andy winsor wrote: > Have you heard or got the > Savannah album Forevers come and gone? Another album with > STRYPER written all over it. ...I have "Forever's..." and the s/t. I much preferred the s/t. I'll have to spin "Forever's..." again, as I don't recall hearing a Stryper influence. You've got me curious now. Glad you could agree that the Mass album not on
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That is one of the most amazing and amusing musical performances I have ever seen. These guys should definitely be recording albums. Even if it was strictly covers. Truly exceptional. BTW, is he from Vancouver or Victoria? If they ever played a show in Vancouver, I would drive the 10 hours from Northern BC to Vancouver to see them. Cheers, MooseMan
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Terry K. wrote: > > > Thanks for the suggestions,everyone. You know--I never even > learned to download anything yet (believe it or not). That's > one reason I've never bothered with mp3 players or ipods. With iTunes downloaded onto your computer (for free), it's easy as can be. As a friend of mine told me about 5 years ago or so, it's about the nicest piece of software you c
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Andy wrote: CRY WOLF BETTER THAN STRYPER YOUNG MAN? I think you may have had waaay too many steak Canadians my friend lol. Na Cry Wolf are ok but never in the same league the MIGHTY STRYPER!! AND THATS A FACT!! : ) Hey Andy, I just wanted to clarify that I didn't mean Cry Wolf was better than Stryper. Just wanted to state that, like the self-titled Worlds Apart EP, they remind me a little of
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
andy winsor wrote: > > No one can or will!! ...Try Cry Wolf. They kinda do, IMHO. ...BTW, I'm lovin' the Auras too. I can't believe this hasn't been discussed non-stop on here. Yep, it's Journey/Storm - like, but it's still GREAT. Cheers, MooseMan
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Silent Laughter wrote: > > Bought their "Boogieman" CD back in 97. Blind (got online in > 98). Oh wait, they did have a song clip on a Perris Records > sampler. Anyway, Paul Gargano reviewed their CD in Metal > Edge, practically proclaimed them the saviours of rock n' > roll. Must have been a good payday ;-) > > Half the album was good, but obviously couldn
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Looking forward to this one too. I agree about the iTunes release, Steve. Here's hoping!!!! 'Course, I'm still waiting for Serpentine to hit the iTunes store here in Canada too... Cheers, MooseMan NP - "No Way Without You" - Treat
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
IMHO, the lines between pop, AOR, rock, hard rock, MHR, metal, alternative, emo, screamo, etc. are quite blurry. Having said that, I like a LOT of bands that probably wouldn't fit into those categories. From the top of my head, here goes... Goo Goo Dolls Switchfoot Lifehouse Collective Soul SR-71 Moist Vertical Horizon The Calling Hoobastank Angels & Airwaves Simple Plan Good Charlotte Bow
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Hi Phil, I bought an 80 gig back in the summer of '07. I wanted to be able to just plug it in and load my whole iTunes library onto it. I knew when I bought it that it wasn't going to be big enough, but had heard that they weren't going to get any bigger. Just as I feared, it was a pain. I would buy a new album, and then have to figure out what to dump off of it to make room. Needless to
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
I have all of their albums as well (I believe), and I agree that the first 3 are the best ones. It's funny that "Playground" would be mentioned. I don't think it was a single or anything, but it's probably my favorite Outfield song. Cheers, MooseMan
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Vantheman wrote: > > Don, what has your brother discovered recently that has > originality and fresh new sounds ? Our scene is lambasted as > being generic yet I haven't heard anything original for a > long time. > "Fresh," "original," and "new" aren't necessarily the terms I would use to describe my brother's music. (LOL!!!) Those would be his
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Rocker Chic wrote: > > Steve, everytime I see the subject line in your thread, my > brain keeps reading it as: > > "I've been listening to a lot of poop lately..." :-D > ...That's EXACTLY what I was thinking!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ...I'm kind of the opposite, Steve. I have a 15-soon-to-be-16 year old, and a 12 year old at home. My wife HATES my music. Therefore,
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
..Reading this thread, it just struck me as funny how all of these MHR fans who enjoy this album can have such different tastes and choices as to favorite tracks. Even when we agree on liking an album, our tastes as to the individual songs that make that album great are all over the map. Just strikes me as amusing. BTW, I've only spun the album once, so I'm still undecided as to a favorite
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
I am a HUGE fan of this band. They're probably a little too lightweight and/or sugary sweet for some visitors here, but I went ape-sh*t crazy for them from the first time I heard them. I cannot wait for a new album! Just curious - are there any other fans out there? Cheers, MooseMan NP - Vancouver Canucks vs. Phoenix Coyotes
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
You were bang-on about "Crack of Dawn," Steven. Great album, and I'm really enjoying it. Interestingly, some of the tracks show a completely different side to Louis St. Augusts's voice. Cheers, MooseMan NP - Vancouver Canucks vs. Phoenix Coyotes
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
I agree with pretty much everything that's been said here. I was dumbfounded at some of the comments in that other thread. I'm very much a "to each their own" kinda guy, and I don't ever get offended if someone doesn't enjoy something that I do. But, from what I've heard, this album is no more derivative, unoriginal, generic, bland, etc. than much of the other stuff that I've been
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