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TOUCH1980 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The original mix on vinyl or CD through speakers & > the remix on headphones. > > The opening guitar bit goes right through your > head...Lovely. I agree. // Figge
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TOUCH1980 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Figge Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Love it! Their best song, in my opinion. > > > > > > // Figge > > Not only their best song but one of my (many) > all-time fave tracks. > > Some years ago when I bought the Rock Can
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"For what it’s worth: he co-wrote „Carolina“ by Parmalee. Great song :-)" Yeah, I saw that. Very interesting episode too. Have you watched the video where he takes Carry On Wayward Son apart (What Makes This Song Great)? Loved that one. // Figge
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No, actually not. He is in fact telling us he heard the song for the first time "yesterday" and describes how he felt and what he thought when he first heard the track. That's certainly not like faking a reaction to a song you're supposed to be hearing for the first time. I don't think you got that right. // Figge
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"However in this and some other clips of his, he acts like these guys" No, he doesn't? // Figge
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I've never considered Beato's clips as "reaction videos". Not comparable. I agree though, those are kinda ridiculous. // Figge
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2 days ago
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Love it! Their best song, in my opinion. // Figge
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2 days ago
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Very interesting. Love Rick's videos. That guy knows his music. // Figge
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3 days ago
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Ydde Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Carl1 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Technically they're not of course, but commonly > > called bears. However, you know what I was > > highlighting :-) > > they're new wave bears LOL // Figge
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3 days ago
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McMack Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > AGAIN???????? That comment made me laugh. LOL // Figge
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3 days ago
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"Ah, sorry... this is ok for a mobile phone recording" Okay, thanks for answering. Vocally it's not ok, on any kind of recording, IMO, and I find it extremely puzzling that anyone would/could think he sounds ok on that clip. "Again, if somebody says, Vince sounds as awful as he ever did, it's pretty clear to me, that they never liked him in the first place. So, it's no wo
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3 days ago
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1. 4 2. Foreigner 3. Head Games 4. Mr. Moonlight 5. Can't Slow Down // Figge
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3 days ago
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I don't have any subscription and I watched the clip, but I was referring to Thinny's link (youtube). Watch that one and come back with an opinion. Thanks! // Figge
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3 days ago
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Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > When you say „he sounded as dreadful as ever“ > it’s pretty that you never liked him. Not necessarily. Daredevil, in all honesty, do you think he sounds good on the clip presented above? Just curious. // Figge
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4 days ago
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Get Nervous is good but I'd say those first three (In The Heat, Crimes and Precious) are excellent and my go to albums with her. Great stuff! // Figge
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4 days ago
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Never heard this album, but it sounds great. Too bad it wasn't on Spotify. // Figge Ps. I wanted to add that I much prefer the original version of Les Morts Dansant, even though she does a great job.
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6 days ago
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Yes, I have this album - decent Metal. Mike Vescera was a great singer (don't know how he sounds nowadays). My favourites was the title track (Methods Of Madness) and Missing You, but it's been a while since I last heard it. // Figge
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6 days ago
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Walk In The Shadows Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Wow. I thought that was Journey for a bit... WTF? I don't get that, other than a piano intro it's nothing like Journey? // Figge Ps. Sarcasm my friend. ;-)
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6 days ago
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Two things..... Why would this set you backards? What has she been through? // Figge
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12 days ago
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Yeah, Dynasty is even better. // Figge
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12 days ago
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"Favorite track has to be the Eye of the Tiger-influenced “Heart of a Warrior” Seriously, influenced? No offence, if you like it but that's ridiculous, if you ask me. Such a rip-off. LOL // Figge
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12 days ago
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If you take it for what it is, Unmasked is a great album. I love about half of it. Is That You? Naked City What Makes The World Go 'Round Tomorrow Easy As It Seems These are all fantastic songs, in my opinion. // Figge
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13 days ago
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It's definitely not Vandenburg! // Figge
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Sure, it might be a good album with Mats, who knows....but it ain't Vandenberg. ;-) // Figge
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13 days ago
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No, Fox....I only checked the samples on NEH back then. I haven't even heard the album. // Figge
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13 days ago
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Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Really? Bert, for me, always was a poor man's Lou > Gramm... > > And it always was a solo project, with Adrian > handling everything from songwriting to artwork > and package design. Singer and rhythm section were > always interchangeable, imo... I disagree, as you already know. Zoomer's
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Yes, 1981 was a good year. My personal faves that year would look something like this.... Y&T - Earthshaker Thin Lizzy - Renegade Blackfoot - Marauder Foreigner - 4 Van Halen - Fair Warning Journey - Escape Demon - Night Of The Demon MSG - MSG Rick Springfield - Working Class Dog Accept - Breaker // Figge
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For me, it's either 1982 or 1983, but to be honest, any year from 1980 to 1985 would work for me. I usually say 1982, with highlights like..... Magnum - Chase The Dragon Y&T - Black Tiger MSG - Assault Attack Judas Priest - Screaming For Vengeance Iron Maiden - The Number Of The Beast Billy Idol - Billy Idol Vandenberg - Vandenberg Kansas - Vinyl Confessions Axe - Offering Blac
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16 days ago
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Great job on the translation, buddy. Interesting about the mastering of FTT, as it's the only thing I can complain about - the lack of bottom end. Cool to read he's so happy about it, still to this day. Pathetic thing with the Cadillac though. LOL // Figge
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16 days ago
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Thank you very much, Falken! // Figge
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