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8 days ago
Sven
SurFan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I actually like it and do not have any problem > with the lyrics. I see why one wouldn't like the > voice, but that also doesn't bother me, > personally. +1 Interested to hear more. Rocket! Sven.
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12 days ago
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Revenge & HitS are the Kiss albums I like best (as a whole). I like bits & pieces of the rest of their catalogue as well, but mostly only half (or less) of their other albums... Rocket! Sven.
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20 days ago
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They forgot to replace the cheap ass batteries they use in rehearsals with Duracell ones :D Rocket! Sven.
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21 days ago
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So sorry for your loss, Troy. Dread the day I'll ever be there - hopefully some time yet... These 2 popped into my mind immediately - 2 songs I play from time to time & never fail to grab me: Lionsheart - Flights of Angels Kharma - Ray of Sunshine Take care all! Sven.
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22 days ago
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Sounds great! Makes me wonder what defines music as being 'prog' or not... Whatever - I like what I hear & will def be checking this out. Rocket! SVen.
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25 days ago
Sven
Roxette - Look Sharp, 1989. Followed not much later by Toto's the 7th One & Belinda Carlisle's Runaway Horses... Rocket! Sven.
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27 days ago
Sven
I'll go with Alpha here - probably has much to do with the fact that I discovered Asia with this album. Love s/t and Astra (and Now & Then) too, but I find Alpha is the one I most often turn to for my Asia fix... Rocket! Sven.
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7 weeks ago
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I'm with you on the Flying - Extremist combo - awesome albums, that. Since then, I've been particularly fond of his 'Shockwave Supernova' album, and to a lesser extent Shapeshifting & Strange Beautiful music. I'd say those would be the ones to turn to if you like your instrumentals 'song-like', without too much widdling... Rocket! Sven.
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2 months ago
Sven
Must've been the 2nd half of the 90s, because these albums were released in 94-95 & we didn't have the Euro yet - there was a small music shop in a shopping mall that mainly sold the charting pop stuff & hardly, if ever, had any rock-related albums, and they did a sale - must've been something like (the equivalent of) 5 euros per album, 4 if you bought 5, and 25 euros for 10 albums. I bou
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2 months ago
Sven
They rock! Def. southern vibe there ; saw them back in '19 & was pleasantly surprised. Rocket! Sven.
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3 months ago
Sven
The 'live' part narrows the list down considerably :P One that hasn't been mentioned (I think): Carl Verheyen. close second: Vai. Buggers me I've ever seen EVH, Gary Moore or Vito. Rocket! Sven.
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3 months ago
Sven
There's a lot of great covers out there, and then there's a lot of meh ones. And I'm happy to be able to fit this one in the first category. Although I'm usually not big on acoustic covers, this is really well done - while it doesn't burst open as does the original, it sets a great haunting mood indeed and in doing so delivers big time. Respect Dennis! Rocket! Sven.
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3 months ago
Sven
Def. Leppard. Rocket! Sven.
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3 months ago
Sven
Def Leppard was the first that came to mind. Second was Skagarack... Third one was Lita Ford, but that turned out to be "Little too early" rather than "Little too late" ;oP Rocket! Sven.
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3 months ago
Sven
Googleman told me they're from Nagaland, India... Classy stuff, quite liked that. Thx for sharing! Rocket! Sven.
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4 months ago
Sven
Tuff/Stevie Rachelle - American Hair Band too :) Rocket! Sven.
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6 months ago
Sven
Some that have been mentioned: Firehouse Slaughter Casanova Unruly Child Beggars & Thieves Crown of Thorns Mitch Malloy Pearl Jam Skid Row Don't think Hardline really counts as it was never the same band after that first (awesome) album... Maybe: Dare Thunder Tyketto Steelheart Also: Robby Valentine 21 Guns Brother Firetribe Dreamhunter Elliot Minor Fair Warning K
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6 months ago
Sven
Gotthard - Hush Gotthard - Come Together Gotthard - Mighty Quinn Lillian Axe - No Matter What Perfect World - Just Like a Pill Jaded Heart - Easy Lover Vanishing Point - On The Turning Away Pink Cream 69 - My Sharona Jeff Beck & Paul Rodgers - On Broadway Beseech - Gimme Gimme (a man after midnight) Type O Negative - Cinnamon Girl Type O Negative - Day Tripper WASP - Sombody To Lo
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6 months ago
Sven
Love 3 ; think I like it better than HYF, if only marginally... I dig most of their output - Prime Time is probably the only album I don't have. That live album is great (and I don't usually like live albums!). Rocket! Sven.
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7 months ago
Sven
1. Dare 2. Giant 3. The Storm (although it's a bit weird to include them as they only did 2 albums...) For Uriah Heep my pick would be Sea of Light - Sonic Origami Don't know Strangeways enough to comment on them... Rocket! Sven.
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7 months ago
Sven
Oh Captain my Captain, :P As I am guilty of sneaking 2 of those albums into my top 5, I feel compelled to respond... This was my selection: 1. Cyclorama (2003) 2. Edge of the Century (1990) 3. Pieces of Eight (1978) 4. Styx II (1973) 5. Kilroy Was Here (1983) Quite the mixed bag, right? Yet I don't fit in either of the categories you suggested - since I only started delving into the
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7 months ago
Sven
Not just the chorus ; listen to the first verse (0.40-1.00) - rhythm & chord progression is a clear copy, too... Or at least "inspired by" :) Rocket! Sven
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7 months ago
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Hence the 'raising the eyebrows' bit :P Just kidding - only realised my mistake a couple of hours after posting, hoping I might still change that before anyone saw it, but alas... Of course Shy are British... Replaced them with another one, though - was hesitating to put it in but I just put it on again & I still like it as much as I remember liking it in the day ; Black Cat Moan - s/t -
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7 months ago
Sven
Sorry - no way I could limit this to just 10, so here you go ; a few have already been mentioned, some have not and/or will maybe raise a couple of eyebrows, but hey, this is what makes me tick: Treat - s/t Red Fun - s/t Pangea - Manchild Talisman - Genesis Skagarack - Big Time Stage Dolls - Stripped Bad Habit - Revolution Amaze Me - Wonderland Europe - Prisoners in Paradise Hammerfal
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7 months ago
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I must confess to owning the "Living Doll" single he did with the Young Ones, and the 'Always Guaranteed' album on cassette :P Although "Some People" was the bigger hit here, I always liked "My Pretty One" (the 1st single) better. In my defence, I was only 13 at the time. I've always like his voice (heard his songs regularly as my mom was a fan) but he kinda slip
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7 months ago
Sven
Nice to hear her rock it up again... I like :) Rocket! Sven
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7 months ago
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1. Cyclorama 2. Edge of the Century 3. Pieces of Eight 4. Styx II 5. Kilroy Was Here subpoll: Cyclorama Brave New World The Mission Haven't heard Crash (enough) yet, so that might've changed things up a bit, but... Oh well... Rocket! Sven
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8 months ago
Sven
Inside Information Unusual Heat 4 Can't Slow Down Agent Provocateur Rocket! Sven.
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11 months ago
Sven
A bunch of good songs, but I still much prefer Going To Hell. Just as Halestorm haven 't been near equalling 'The Strange Case of'. I've been quite impressed by Beyond the Black's output - some very good & consistent albums there. Stylewise a bit more symphonic than PR or HS ; wouldn't put them in the 'gothic' corner, though... Rocket! Sven.
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11 months ago
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It's good, but not as immediate / catchy as Strangers in Paradise. Need to give it some more spins, it's drowned a bit in other stuff I've been listening to. But I do remember liking what I heard. Don't see the need for the added 'harsh vocals' though - especially when you have a vocalist like Willy Norton. That aside, it's a balanced and enjoyable album. Rocket! Sven
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