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2 days ago
Figge
That one I remember though, adolfo. I owned these two also, but not sure if I still have them somewhere.... https://www.discogs.com/release/2583805-Various-Hardrock-83 https://ring.cdandlp.com/tikeurdamour/photo_grande/2933621263-2.jpg // Figge
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2 days ago
Figge
I've never heard Wang Chung, Quarterflash or Split Enz. I probably would've loved that compilation in 1984. // Figge
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3 days ago
Figge
That might very well be the case, Don. I like the production on Circus Bar (especially the rhythm section/drums). I'll get back to you. // Figge
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3 days ago
Figge
Don Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I actually like this solo version of How About > That a quite a bit better than the BC version, > Figge. So, maybe not necessary, but I was glad > for them. I wasn't a huge fan of that particular song to begin with but the new version isn't very far from the original. Not sure which version I'd prefer but th
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4 days ago
Figge
Great album, especially the first half. I agree about "I'm Surrounded", definitely an album highlight, along with "I'm Back" and "There's This Girl". I don't think the two Bad Company songs was necessary though. // Figge
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6 days ago
Figge
I like it! Especially instumentally. The production is still pretty muffled and bottom heavy but not nearly as "bad" as the last album. Cool tune. // Figge
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9 days ago
Figge
That happens all the time nowadays. There are very few exceptions. // Figge
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11 days ago
Figge
I'd welcome a new B&T album too......but sorry, that was a horrible tune. // Figge
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11 days ago
Figge
That's one of my favourite tracks too, after just two full listens. Some really catchy tunes on the album, for sure. // Figge
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11 days ago
Figge
Definitely a fine listen, Act. I saw them at Skogsröjet in july and I enjoyed it then too. The vocalist has a tone that reminds me of that Volbeat guy at times, and that's not a positive thing, for me. :) I just feel that I should like them more than I do. // Figge
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12 days ago
Figge
I like Black Paisley. I mean I really like 'em and the new album is probably their best, agreed.....but there is just something that doesn't sit well with me. The voice is one thing and something about the vocal production. They're very close to being fantastic, but not quite there, for me. :) Still a very, very good band. // Figge
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12 days ago
Figge
Cool! Amazing demos and those vocals. Phew! Some parts sound even "better" than on the album, when it's not perfected and smoothed out. The guitar tone is more prominent and raw and I love to hear all those different voices harmonizing. The final recordings are of course fantastic as they are, but this is interesting. Thanks for posting. // Figge
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13 days ago
Figge
Not the most consistent band but they've released som really good albums. My favourite is Metal Rendez-Vouz, but I like most of The Blitz and Headhunter too. The other albums is a bit hit and miss, for me. "Easy Rocker" on Hardware is a fantastic song though. :) // Figge
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15 days ago
Figge
Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Aussie Dave Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Nope. Terrible. Those lyrics. That voice. The > > generic guitar tone. > > Plus all of this :) Yep, that summed it up pretty well. :-) // Figge
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17 days ago
Figge
The Cobra album with Jamison was good. These songs sounds so very early 90s and it's got everything I didn't like about that period. Count me out. // Figge
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20 days ago
Figge
The last thing I heard with Sean Harris must be Gary Hughes "Once And Future King" project, where he sang a couple of tracks. Early 2000's? // Figge
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25 days ago
Figge
So, has anybody bought, or at least listened to the new Talas album? What are your thoughts on it? It's a very loose and live sounding, classic hard rock album. I'd say it's not very produced at all. With that said, I really enjoyed it. Great vibe, good songs and playing. Love the style. I just wish it had a bit cleaner and better production. // Figge
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26 days ago
Figge
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I agree on all of your other 'good > ones',figge..nice! hafta add these tho... > > Cats In Space > Panic! At The Disco > Lonerider > Kings Of Mercia > Treat > Radioactive > FM > Turkish Delight > House Of Lords > Austin G
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26 days ago
Figge
Very slow and weak year for me personally. There's been some excellent songs released but not that many great albums, I'm afraid. These are the best, by far.... Ghost - Impera Billy Idol - The Cage (EP) Other good ones but not quite there.... Journey - Freedom Black Swan - Generation Mind H.E.A.T - Force Majeure Thunder - Dopamine Scorpions - Rock Believer Generation Radio - Gener
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27 days ago
Figge
One great track in "Do I Stand Alone". No big fan of the rest. // Figge
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29 days ago
Figge
I remember, long ago, someone here calling it something like "Catley picking imaginary apples". LOL I agree, it's a bit annoying. // Figge
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29 days ago
Figge
1. Tell No Tales 2. My Religion 3. Intuition 4. Knights Of The New Thunder 4. Realized Fantasies The rest // Figge
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29 days ago
Figge
My Religion was very, very good! One of my favourites since 2000. // Figge
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30 days ago
Figge
bmg Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yes Figge. I was referring to 'Knights Of The New > Thunder' as the first album. I thought it was good > - on that basis I proceeded to buy Tell No Tales. > Never listened to them after that. Okay, so "Knights" is officially their second album but I see that as their first album internationally too.
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30 days ago
Figge
Sad news indeed. 76 is no age in this day and age. I've never been a huge fan but Razamanaz was one of the very first hard rock albums I heard in my early teens. I loved "Alcatrazz". Hair Of The Dog is probably their best album. // Figge
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30 days ago
Figge
bmg Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Was he the singer on the first two albums? The > first one was good but i thought the second one > was weak. The first self titled album was in norwegian and Dag Ingebrigsten sang on that one. Tony Harnell sang on album #2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9. I'm not sure you know your TNT if you prefer the debut to any
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30 days ago
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Julian H Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Feel a bit sorry for the guy,like ADV he gets a > massive amount of criticism for doing the work he > is paid to do.I get that it could be argued that > he should have more musical integrity and refuse > all the projects he is offered but he's not > exactly a rockstar sitting on millions in the >
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4 weeks ago
Figge
Ah, that guy! LOL And, that other guy. I wonder how it will sound.*sigh* Pretty cool tracklist though, I must say. // Figge
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4 weeks ago
Figge
Walk In The Shadows Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Adam Leon (keyboards) LOL // Figge
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4 weeks ago
Figge
Ok, thanks Jason. That's what I thought and how I remembered it. // Figge
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