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Sven
Being a rather occasional prog listener myself, I'd recommend to start with the first one - more to like than on the other two IMO. Rocket! Sven.
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4 weeks ago
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You can't type that - try "can't" :P Our friend Act's "mistakes" are due to the fact that he's Scandinavian (at least I seem to recall he is), and Scandi languages don't have verb conjugation like many other languages do. (don't know if that goes for all Scandinavian languages, but I'm certain it's the case for Norwegian). I've noticed it before, but it doesn't really both
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4 weeks ago
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Better still: the beer capital of Europe: Belgium! Rocket! Sven.
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5 weeks ago
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I used the 'search' function & entered my own name as author - only works if you've always used the same name, of course. If I click on my name, I get a count of 213 while I get double that when using the search function... Not a lot, I know, but still I'm here ;P Rocket! Sven.
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5 weeks ago
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Well, it's not going to be me, that's for sure. Totalling 428 right now *blush* Been off & on the board at irregular intervals - life intervening & all that. My first post was on July 26, 2000, though, so I've been here for a while, but I recall checking the site regularly since a couple of years before that, before 'discovering' the noticeboard. So mostly browsing - but picking up on
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6 weeks ago
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Don Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > ...Sven, there's some links in my reply to Troy > above. Here's the link to the links, lol.... > Will def have to investigate Kick Axe - quite like that! I had the BR albm with 'One More Try' at one time but traded it away, my main gripe being the vocals ; music was pretty good as I remember, but the si
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6 weeks ago
Sven
Nice list (love the inclusion of Wings of Tomorrow :) Sleeze Beez are Dutch, though... Rocket! Sven.
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6 weeks ago
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BANDS: • A.C.T • Dreamhunter • Europe • Falconer • H.E.A.T • Lordi • Sonata Arctica • Stage Dolls • Talisman • Wig Wam ALBUMS: • A.C.T - Imaginary Friends • Amaze Me - Wonderland • Crashdiët - The Unattractive Revolution • Dreamhunter - Kingdom Come • Europe - Prisoners in Paradise • Falconer - Chapters from a Vale Forlorn • H.E.A.T - s/t
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6 weeks ago
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Quotegaryt Love Up from the Ashes. John Norum and Billy White were a great guitar duo. I don't think Lynch was missed at all with those two around. Wish that band had stayed together for a second album. As for Norum himself...one of my favorites. His first four solo albums are highly recommended. This (though tweaked a little :P)! Rocket! Sven.
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6 weeks ago
Sven
As with all lists, tough one to narrow down - and then I've seen a number of bands I've never even heard of in the thread above... So much music, so little time :o( Here goes: albums of artists that have more than 1 or 2 albums: Honeymoon Suite – Monsters Under the Bed Glass Tiger – Simple Mission Von Groove – s/t Bryan Adams - Waking up the Neighbours Rush – Counterparts T
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7 weeks ago
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ALL I KNOW - Vanity Kills ELLIOT MINOR - Elliot Minor GREEN DAY - 21st Century Breakdown KHARMA - Wonderland MARVELOUS 3 - ReadySexGo MASTERPLAN - Masterplan PHANTASMA - The Deviant Hearts SLAMER - Nowhere Land THRESHOLD - Legend of the Shires THUNDER - Shooting at the Sun TREAT - Coup De Grace Rocket! Sven.
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2 months ago
Sven
Here's what my collection churned out on '97 albums: AMAZE ME - Dream On BAND ZONDER BANAAN - De Baksteen van de Samenleving BATON ROUGE - Baton Rouge BEGGARS & THIEVES - Look What You Create BUSH, STAN - The Child Within CHEAP TRICK - Cheap Trick DANGER DANGER - Four the Hard Way FAIR WARNING - Go! FLESH & BLOOD - Blues for Daze HARD RAIN - Hard Rain HOUSE OF SHAKIRA - Lint
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2 months ago
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Love the Sleeze Beez! Insanity Beach is indeed a tad harder than their other albums, and I prefer it over the other ones for that. Live in Tokyo is great, too. It is indeed kinda Skid Row-y... Powertool was a bit of a let down due to the (forced) Leppardesque style, but still has a bunch of good tracks. SB&T is, if a bit uneven, a good album too. I seem to recall they made another album b
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2 months ago
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Like someone said, there's nuggets to be had from all his albums, but apart from the Constrictor to Hey Stoopid run, 2 albums that stick out above the rest for me are 'The Eyes of AC' and 'Welcome 2 my Nightmare', as these have a more consistent set of stronger songs (to these ears, anyway - I kinda consider those old skool AC with a contemporary sound :) Rocket! Sven.
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5 months ago
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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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5 months 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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5 months 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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5 months 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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5 months ago
Sven
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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5 months ago
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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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6 months 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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6 months 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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7 months ago
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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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7 months ago
Sven
They rock! Def. southern vibe there ; saw them back in '19 & was pleasantly surprised. Rocket! Sven.
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8 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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8 months ago
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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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8 months ago
Sven
Def. Leppard. Rocket! Sven.
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8 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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9 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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9 months ago
Sven
Tuff/Stevie Rachelle - American Hair Band too :) Rocket! Sven.
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