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Steve_Roamer
Very very very average. Don't see what all the fuss is about.
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3 months ago
Steve_Roamer
Most of what I saw was from the "Making of" Hear 'n' Aid video?
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4 months ago
Steve_Roamer
I've seen Queen twice. Once with Freddie, once with Adam. I do not get the hate Adam gets and think these comments about him not fitting in or being able to perform the songs well enough are actually a bit silly. Brian and Roger clearly think he's good enough! As do I and many others, otherwise they wouldn't be selling out tours!
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4 months ago
Steve_Roamer
I've already supported the suggestions for Dream Evil (esp Dragonslayer) and Kamelot (esp Fourth Legacy). I'd add Artlantica - their one and only album Across the seven seas is a much underlooked total gem! Artension - Sacred Pathways is probably their most Power metal album. Both fronted by John West who has an incredible voice.
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4 months ago
Steve_Roamer
Kamelot Dude Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Kamelot - The Black Halo. > > Doesn't get much better than that. I prefer the 4th Legacy and Epica. Really like the Expedition live album too.
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4 months ago
Steve_Roamer
Julian H Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The first 3 Dream Evil albums with Gus G are > essential. Dream Evil gets my vote with special kudos for the debut which is excellent!
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4 months ago
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GreyMelb Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The wife, the kid and I saw it on Friday and we > loved it. Great fun. Russell Crowe was brilliant, > but the whole cast were fantastic. I thought Crowe was terrible TBH. Far too campy. I am quite the fan of most MCU movies, I did enjoy this but came away thinking it to be "just another Marvel movie&q
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4 months ago
Steve_Roamer
My first gig was IM at the Marquee club in 1979. Turned me into a HM/HR fan overnight. Saw them a few times with PD and enjoyed every time. Funny enough never gravitated to the BD lineup even though I do think he's technically a better vocalist.
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4 months ago
Steve_Roamer
I really liked it!
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5 months ago
Steve_Roamer
I saw them years ago in a London club and was pretty impressed. Glad they're still together!
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5 months ago
Steve_Roamer
I'll be interested to follow this thread since I have often wondered how so many of the regulars on this board find the time to listen to so much new music. It depends for me. I know I feel that it takes maybe 3 or 4 spins to really get to know/understand a new album but sometimes I'll pick up a bunch from a s/h store and then they don't really get the time that they should. I'll keep my ear o
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5 months ago
Steve_Roamer
I liked about 4 songs from the start but have been playing it non-stop since release. I don't think there is a single song now that I would skip over. I think there are some great melodies, hooks and performances - I really like it!
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5 months ago
Steve_Roamer
Aside from Black Velvet, there are a number of songs already mentioned that I think are just as good - Just one kiss, Kickstart my heart, Who loves you are my picks. I bought Rockinghorse on a whim and it has a very different vibe from the debut. Took a couple of plays but it's arguably a more accomplished and consistent album than the debut. I don't know if I "like" it more than the
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5 months ago
Steve_Roamer
Good to see there are a few fans of Yngwie's earlier works here. He was my favourite artist from 1986-1997 and, for me, this album has so many fantastic songs - and memories - associated with it for me, it will always have a special place in my heart. Rising Force is still one of my top 2 songs of all time! I did quite like the Doogie White albums too but thought Alchemy was absolutely abysmal, a
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7 months ago
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Don Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Okay, another vote for '80s then, Steve! 100% :) But there has been a LOT of GREAT music produced since. Some of my favourites actually. Royal Hunt and Jorn spring immediately to mind.
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7 months ago
Steve_Roamer
I'm not a major fan but I did enjoy this. Thought it hearkened back to Pyromania days.
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7 months ago
Steve_Roamer
What you guys said! ozz Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Don Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > I have a feeling that'll be most people's > choice. > > I guess it really was the golden age of MHR. > > > > Still, almost every one of my favorite bands > got > > its sta
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7 months ago
Steve_Roamer
I really like it. It doesn't sound like Boston's first album though which is why I guess most of you lot don't!
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7 months ago
Steve_Roamer
At this point I don't care what he looks like. I care about the music. I'll be honest and say that his live performances even 40 years ago were rather unpredictable but in the studio he has always sounded great. He has a unique position in this genre and I like this song.
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8 months ago
Steve_Roamer
That's probably my favourite song of theirs absolutely crucified. Why the two drummers?
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8 months ago
Steve_Roamer
I'm a drummer so I do enjoy a well crafted drum solo and without ranking them, some of the players I've seen and have enjoyed the most have included Carl Palmer, Randy Castillo, Tommy Cluefetos, Ian Paice and Deen Castronovo. Brian Downey would get my vote for possibly the best constructed solo in Bad Reputation. There are dozens of players whom I admire greatly, but those above just have
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8 months ago
Steve_Roamer
I've been genuinely privileged to have seen so many legends live and in their prime, including Ritchie Blackmore, Gary Moore, Ronnie Montrose, Michael Schenker, Uli Jon Roth and Neal Schon, and all of those were incredible and made an impression. If I were to choose just one player, it would be Yngwie Malmsteen. I was a huge fan of his work from 1986-1997 especially. Sadly IMHO he hasn't relea
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8 months ago
Steve_Roamer
..I don't have one. The occasional song or songs in a live performance, the odd acoustic-only number on an album, sure. But a whole album of acoustic versions of rock songs by the band - any band? Never understood the appeal. Still don't. A few songs I've heard by various bands perhaps work ok - ironically the ones that spring to mind most readily are by Nirvana, a band not exactly on my top 1
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8 months ago
Steve_Roamer
...that I don't quite get what all the fuss is about.
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8 months ago
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Capt Can Man Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Are you saying that Brad Delp on More Than A > Feeling sounds thin? I kid you not when I say, I > have never met a living human that dislikes More > Than A Feeling or finds the vocals weak. Oh no, sorry I've been completely misunderstood! I'm using that song as an exemplar of what I believe represe
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8 months ago
Steve_Roamer
"Anyone else still loving this album?" Clearly they are but I'm not one of them! There are a couple of songs I've quite enjoyed in the past (Rats for example) but what I've played from Impera makes me wonder what it is you see in it. All the fuss about his vocals for a start. Just so thin.. so weak... as is the music.. it makes More Than A Feeling sound like Cannibal Corpse! F
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8 months ago
Steve_Roamer
Not a massive fan but I like how this hearkens back a bit to pre-Hysteria days. I reckon the louder you play it the better it is!
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8 months ago
Steve_Roamer
"A modern day classic?" You're kidding right? I do like some of their songs - not enough to buy anything mind you - but after reading the description of this "classic" album I was certainly encouraged to listen. Sorry but I found this mediocre at best. To each their own but I can't see this being regarded as a "classic" 10 years from now.
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9 months ago
Steve_Roamer
I hated it, apart from Shadows of Life, which to my ears sounded more traditional. I eventually sold it.
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9 months ago
Steve_Roamer
Capt Can Man Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I just found a more recent video of the top Steve > Perry cover vocalist in the world! His name is > Ryan Christopher and he plays in a band called > "Resurrection!" > > Mother Father is arguably the HARDEST Journey song > to sing. Ryan hits every note INCLUDING the ending > &
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