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Hot Space for sure, but everything after A Day At the Races is patchy for me, until their final masterpiece Innuendo.
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2 days ago
Addyeddy
I think it's an album that time has been kind to. I like it more now than I did when I bought it back in the day.
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2 days ago
Addyeddy
...but they soon paled. I've had three this year, Scorpions, Saxon and Thunder. I just don't find myself going back to them at all, despite being initially impressed. Anyone else, or just me?
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3 days ago
Addyeddy
Being in The Sweet is probably more lucrative.
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5 days ago
Addyeddy
One of my big regrets is seeing these demos on a vinyl called 'We found it in the trashcan honest!' at a record fair, and not buying it, never seen it again.
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6 days ago
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I only ever bought the Metal Rendezvous album, and only two tracks stuck, Bedside Radio, and Lady Double Dealer stuck. Didn't bother with anything else.
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7 days ago
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One of those bands where a Greatest Hits is sufficient for me, and I always skip 'Don't Stand So Close to Me' and 'Roxanne' hate them. Their crowning glory for me is definitely 'Invisible Sun'
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7 days ago
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Dave, a reviewer on YouTube said it looked like a ferret had crapped on clear vinyl and they'd just squashed it in. A fair description to be honest. Apparently there is a very limited clear with white splatter variant.
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7 days ago
Addyeddy
I find it a hugely enjoyable album, and their strongest. For those interested, it's just been reissued on vinyl in a less than attractive clear with brown splatters.
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8 days ago
Addyeddy
I should have made clear,not talking about their albums more their live, or rather semi live shows. Having seen them at their peak, to see them lumbering and croaking their way around the stage now is just tragic.
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9 days ago
Addyeddy
It's Kiss all the way for me. A band I loved,I now can't stand.
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9 days ago
Addyeddy
I love the band, this is a great song and think this is the best video they've done so far, and the 'Kickstart the Sun' album is superb, but I do wonder how much longer they can go on for, when their fan base doesn't seem to be expanding much.
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12 days ago
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If Tom Keifer can't do any better than the appalling 'Rise' album, I'm not bothered if I don't hear anything new from him ever again. Who on earth said, yep that's a great album Tom, get it out there? I speak as a previously huge fan.
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12 days ago
Addyeddy
I don't understand why NOTW was given the special treatment, that's the album where I started to go off them.
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16 days ago
Addyeddy
Wouldn't listen to it continually, but he's very clever. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=HJIIGpuuuYQ
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16 days ago
Addyeddy
Only saw them for the first time this year,and if I get the chance, I'd definitely like to see them again, and headlining.
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18 days ago
Addyeddy
A fantastic first album, and a great live act at the time of the debut, but after that nothing clicked for me at all.
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19 days ago
Addyeddy
The first three Hawkwind studio albums are among my all time favourites thanks to my elder brother who got me into them. RIP.
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20 days ago
Addyeddy
You simply can't beat the original.
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21 days ago
Addyeddy
I'm a fan, but that's dull to my ears. Sounds like they're just churning stuff out for the sake of it.I note no vinyl edition announced this time around which at least means I don't have to deal with Frontiers/Soul Food.
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24 days ago
Addyeddy
Quite an embarrassing performance with Rob Halford looking more and more like Uncle Albert from Only Fools and Horses. The new album seems a long time coming too. Perhaps it's time for them to quit.
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26 days ago
Addyeddy
Have never got into streaming and never will, physical product all the way for me. I can see the day when a new streaming format is introduced, and funnily enough, you'll have to purchase again in the new format. Your old streams will go the way of 'enhanced' CD's.
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26 days ago
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Completely my favourite era. It was fun,uplifting,and the gigs were fantastic. I thought the narrator was spot on with his observations. I like bands to have an image, so I'd rather have them dressed up like peacocks than in t shirts and jeans.
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27 days ago
Addyeddy
Never got into Genesis, but loved early Marillion for some reason, and saw them quite a few times. Was surprised to find a tape of them I'd recorded and traded at the Royal Court Liverpool, pressed up onto a vinyl bootleg!
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27 days ago
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I like it, but then I like europop metal, and I find her voice easier to listen to than Chez Kane.
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4 weeks ago
Addyeddy
I quite liked the early stuff, but did prefer Spandau Ballet and Visage overall.
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4 weeks ago
Addyeddy
Wonder how some people who have already bought tickets for the forthcoming tour will feel about this?
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5 weeks ago
Addyeddy
Slade :'Slayed' T Rex : 'Bolan Boogie' Both bought for me by my wonderful sister, on my 9th birthday.
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5 weeks ago
Addyeddy
If only this signalled a return to Priest for KK.
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5 weeks ago
Addyeddy
The re-recording of 'Out of the Silence' was respectable enough, so if re-recording 'Blood From Stone' helps the band, why not? I'd buy it.
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