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Total madness! I find no words for it, to be honest.....more than that I hope to god it'll never happen. // Figge
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2 days ago
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Marco Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It's totally overloaded! You could have done two > good songs out of all the elements packed into > this one. But instead you now have one way too > long pretty average song, IMO. I agree 100%. // Figge
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3 days ago
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yWAqVQQ0Doo // Figge
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3 days ago
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Curci is/was a great singer, no doubt....and I totally agree with Carl, Griffin is fantastic. The songs he sang on that Ambition album was excellent and showed he still got it. Too bad they haven't done more albums (both singers). By the way, that ex Toto vocalist that no one seemed to like sang a song on the Ambition album too. Great song. ;-) // Figge
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4 days ago
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Falken Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > +1 on Rainbow and Magnum. > > Figge, no MSG? Read again, buddy! ;-) // Figge
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4 days ago
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Thin Lizzy Magnum Rainbow Accept Foreigner Y&T Blackfoot MSG Twisted Sister Kansas // Figge
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6 days ago
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Nice....thanks, Touch. Interesting that you prefer the Malice debut over License To Kill. // Figge
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6 days ago
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Yes, Carl, that's the one I meant. Sorry for the confusion. I agree, vastly superior. // Figge
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7 days ago
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No, I didn't think so. I totally agree, the follow-up was a huge improvement. Both in songwriting, execution and especially production. // Figge
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7 days ago
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Steve, what are your thoughts on the debut? Do you like that one as much as "License"? // Figge
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7 days ago
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Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I like the Keel album but the production sucks and > there's no room for the instruments to breathe. > Next to the 4 titles in the original post, it's > behind all of them. I totally agree. Not even close actually. // Figge
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7 days ago
Figge
I'm still referring to the 1987 album as their debut full length, Daredevil. ;-) // Figge
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7 days ago
Figge
No worries, Don. I didn't mind....but there was a question in there that interested me, that's all. "I'm curious as to why/how you narrowed it down to those four albums/acts when introducing your friends to American Metal" I wasn't introducing them to American Metal, I was introducing them to bands they'd never heard, or even heard of. The reason why it ended up with those particu
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7 days ago
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Thanks to those who kept it to the intention of the thread. I find it interesting to see the difference between two people who have no prior connection to any of the releases, no nostalgia, no memories.....in contrast to those who have their own favourites from back then. Personally, I rank Racer X as my least favourite among those four, but both my friends liked that one and one of them thoug
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8 days ago
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So, I had a discussion with my co-workers (again) about classic metal albums. The two guys in question are not familiar with second-tier hard rock/metal from the 80s at all. They're (and were) both into more aggressive stuff (Thrash, Black & Death Metal etc.) but they're very much familiar with stuff like Judas Priest, Black Sabbath and Iron Maiden of course. This lead to me playing some s
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8 days ago
Figge
You might like.... Highway - Highway (1975) Lucifers Friend - Lucifers Friend (1970) Warpig - Warpig (1970) Horse - Horse (1970) // Figge
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9 days ago
Figge
I do that very often (shuffle, or sample tracks). Especially if it's an album I don't find that interesting to begin with. Altering the listening order might give you a totally different vibe to the album and/or select tracks. It's very easy to get stuck on the first half of the album otherwise and only play the tracks you like from the start. I've only played it on Spotify, so far, and I'm ce
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9 days ago
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Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Did it occur rto you,figge--that having it on > shuffle gives a false sense of the tracklisting > momentum? You likely got hit with 2-4 songs in a > row that were of similar tempo. That can happen > with ANY album on shuffle,eh? And- exactly why I > don't use shuffle too often,unless I really don't
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9 days ago
Figge
You know I can give and take, Carl. No issue whatsoever. It's not like I've had a metronome on The End Machine, but that's definitely how I perceived it, nothing you can do about it. I'll give it more chances, don't worry. ;-) *Edit* By the way, the reason why I had it on shuffle the second listen was that I was afraid I wouldn't get through the album otherwise. I got so bored towards th
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9 days ago
Figge
I can say that, if I feel it is and you don't have to be sorry 'bout it. I didn't say all songs were the same tempo. I said the album were quite one tempoed. I've only listened to it two times through though and the last time I had it on shuffle. There were just too many similar mid tempo hard rockers coming up, one after the other. As I said, there were some great songs in there, but not enou
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10 days ago
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I felt it was quite one tempoed....and boring, Carl. Definitely. :) // Figge
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10 days ago
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So, after two listens, I can say that it's far more interesting than the debut. That doesn't say much though, I'm afraid. I think this new one is quite boring and one tempoed too, actually. Some good songs but not enough for me to purchase (yet). // Figge
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10 days ago
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Good song, again. Shaping up to a really interesting release. The only thing I'm not overly excited about is the downtuned guitars. // Figge
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12 days ago
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Yeah, the Van Halen poll (#6) is now on page 3. The Judas Priest one was poll #5 and that one is back at page 6. How tiresome can it be to find "the other threads"? I don't get it. // Figge
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12 days ago
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There's always some.... *sigh* // Figge
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12 days ago
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I don't think I own any Wounded Bird releases. I do have a couple of RC though, and I totally agree, some sound fantastic but not all of them. The thing is, in regards to the WB releases, some albums don't need any tinkering. In fact, in most cases I prefer as little altering to the original sound as possible. // Figge
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12 days ago
Figge
Dan Reed Network Slam The Heat // Figge
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14 days ago
Figge
No, you're not alone. Everybody seems to praise these Rock Candy remasters but I'm not impressed either. Apart from the things you mention, I feel they are often just brightened up and sound a bit trebly, which I don't like. Honeymoon Suite's "The Big Prize" is one example where I feel the original release sounds better. There are some remasters that sound significantly better then t
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15 days ago
Figge
I can't stand that song. I hope I'll never have to hear it again, ever. Same with "Wild World", and Extreme's "More Than Words". // Figge
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17 days ago
Figge
Good song and Robin sounds as good as ever. The music however sounds almost exactly like the last Jorn, Revolution Saints etc. I wonder why? // Figge
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