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4 months ago
shamus
Alice N Chains and Diamond Lie were both formed during the heyday of 80s hair band/sunset strip era glam before morphing into Alice in Chains. I wouldn't personally lump them in with grunge. Neither would this guy apparently: https://www.bringbackglam.com/journal/2008/5/1/diamond-lieto-alice-in-chains.html
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4 months ago
shamus
Ydde Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Walk In The Shadows Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Even Candlebox got labeled grunge... > > the trixter of grunge That would be Silverchair.
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4 months ago
shamus
Neverland is number 1 for me followed closely by Big House. Would have also liked to hear 21 Guns do a proper recording of tracks they demo'd for their followup album (the ones on Demo-lition) as well as Eyes with the original lineup.
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7 months ago
shamus
Lol. Guilty.
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7 months ago
shamus
I like it but not as a lead off single.
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7 months ago
shamus
Marvelous 3 equals dictatorship. Walker ran the show his way or the highway.
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8 months ago
shamus
Capt Can Man Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > South gang were just regurgitated shitty songs, > but done with a super talented guitarist….. ...who wrote all those "regurgitated shitty" songs.
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9 months ago
shamus
I like Kerns. Prefer him to Kennedy actually. But how 'bout Adam Hamilton - the guy never ages.
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9 months ago
shamus
Some great albums listed. Easy for me.
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9 months ago
shamus
Check out their 2012 comeback album Now and Never. Great stuff. They also released an album in 1990 called Yeah Yeah Yeah as The Blondes. Some good songs on there too. A monster live act if you ever have the privilege.
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9 months ago
shamus
Easy money with The Cult Electric
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1 year ago
shamus
Best of the bunch: Circle of Soul Check out their two releases: Hands of Faith and One Man's Poison RIP Eric Joie Mastrokalos
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2 years ago
shamus
Good tune. Still prefer Tinted Windows but I dig Hanson as a group.
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2 years ago
shamus
RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Normally i wouldn't bother Matt, but that idiot > deserved every word. Don't judge me on one post, i > just tire of his cretinism. There you go, Matt. RNRSHITSTAIN1 in a nutshell; tragically mundane and comically lame. Gee, sure hope I don't hear mention of my Mother wearing Army Boots in his next ti
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2 years ago
shamus
RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Anyone who honestly still believes that the oaf > can actually carry off an entire tour with his > pathetic excuse for a voice is living in cloud > cuckoo land. He never could sing, and now he can't > even not do it properly. Just retire already. "can't even not do it properly" Pardon
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2 years ago
shamus
rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ...this thread made me revisit theWhite Lion > stuff. > > I bought Fight To Survive on vinyl from Shades and > it was pretty good. Nothing Earth shattering, but > I liked it. Then, for some strange reason, I > didn’t bother at all with them on an album level > until Mane Attraction. >
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2 years ago
shamus
Thomas LaVerdi Dave Meniketti Nuno Bettencourt Phil Lynott Stewart Copeland Robby Valentine
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2 years ago
shamus
Totally agree. I love to hear a banjo in the mix. Can't think of too many examples off the top of my head other than Michael Sweet's Radio.
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2 years ago
shamus
For anyone who missed it the first 3000 times, RNRSHITSTAIN1 is not a fan of Mark Slaughter's vocals. We've all been waiting with bated breath for the official 3001st post stating just that. Today we celebrate! Hey assclown, can we cut off your tongue instead of your ears?
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2 years ago
shamus
RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I didn't say she died of covid ... i was trying to > make the point that in this age of covid, death > has become something we all now see and accept > more than we ever did before. > > I can honestly say i'd long stopped listening to > Whitestick by then, i hate that pop metal parody >
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2 years ago
shamus
A similar story was told by Neil Osborne, lead singer of another popular Canadian band 54-40. He was on Vacation and ended up at a karaoke bar in Atlanta. Friends goaded him into performing so he flipped through the song list and selected Hootie & the Blowfish's I Go Blind. Of course, he killed it. He wrote it.
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3 years ago
shamus
Never tire of its brilliance.
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3 years ago
shamus
RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Given how narrow your taste is Terry, I wouldn't > criticise if i were you! Go worship at the alter > of Neal Morse again why don't you? And my nomination for "The Twat Most Likely To Believe He's Bigger Than The Beatles" award goes to RNRPREACHER1. And it's 'altar' not 'alter' exalted one.
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3 years ago
shamus
I love it!
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3 years ago
shamus
I prefer they do whatever motivates them at that particular moment. If you are true to yourself, nobody else matters. That is the essence of art.
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3 years ago
shamus
RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Just someone put him out of our misery, this is > cringe-inducing bollocks! "It is not the critic who counts. ... The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena; whose face is marred by the dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly ... who, at worst, if he fails, at least fails while
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3 years ago
shamus
matt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Gary Barlows forever love holds a place in my > heart as it was the song in the charts when my > first daughter was born. A heartfelt message which definitively shows the power of music to the individual. All the best to you, Matt.
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3 years ago
shamus
RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Poor old Mitch ... hasn't got an original thought > in his empty head. Classy as ever. I'm sure Malloy would love to discuss the merits of his creative portfolio vs your own IF... ... he actually gave a flying fuck what some pretentious megalomaniac thinks of him. You still doing that pathetic ex
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3 years ago
shamus
timstar Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Anything from the Vito Bratta/John Levesque > sessions. Agreed.
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3 years ago
shamus
Harlem Yacht Club's never released debut. A proper release of Blackfish II
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