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3 days ago
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Wasted Let It Go Billy's Got A Gun Gods Of War Heaven Is Fractured Love Blood Runs Cold To Be Alive Everyday No Matter What Go Battle Of My Own
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23 days ago
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Sticky Fingers / Exile on Main Street
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27 days ago
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RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Total sh*t. I f***ing HATE this manufactured pile > of p*ss! Manufactured? How so??
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30 days ago
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Bryan Adams - Kids Wanna Rock Foreigner - Night Life Journey - Keep On Runnin' AC/DC - Rock N Roll Ain't Noise Pollution Metallica - The Thing That Should Not Be Bon Jovi - Wild In The Streets Whitesnake - Give Me More Time Guns N Roses - It's So Easy Skid Row - Makin' A Mess Motley Crue - Red Hot Van Halen - Top Jimmy
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5 weeks ago
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Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Not to throw you under the bus,Thinman,but-- how > do you find the new Thunder album then? Just > curious... T > > PS: for the record-- I liked it more the last > time I spun it,but I find myself altering the > tracklist a tad. There are exceptions to the rule. I do feel that All The Righ
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5 weeks ago
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My problem is that I feel that I've heard everything before and I've heard it done better. Right up until the 80s and even the 90s a lot of music was new and exciting, but now it just seems to be repeating itself with poorer songs. I'm talking about both bands that have been around years and the new younger acts. I really struggle to find new music that excites me.
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5 weeks ago
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Such a good album. I wish they had remastered the whole Brixton show along with it!
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6 weeks ago
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> Well if he was told by doctors he needed to rest > and the band said you can't, he should have told > them sorry I am not doing it. He was a singer in > a rock band based in the USA not a political > prisoner in North Korea. > I love Steve Augeri, he's one of my favorite > singers from when I got the debut Tall Stories > album. I was stoked when he got the call
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6 weeks ago
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Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > How do you know Steve was forced to sing? Were > they pointing a gun at him? If he was having > problems he could have quit. Who knows? I have my sources. From what I've been told Steve was told by doctors he needed to rest his voice. The band said no. Granted, I have no idea of that's true, but I've no reason
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6 weeks ago
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Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Whilst it would have been great if they could have > waited for Steve's voice to get better, music is > still a business and rescheduling was probably > impractical for many reasons. Also, lets say they > said, "Ok Steve, take 3 months off to get your > voice in shape", who's to say that woul
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6 weeks ago
thinny
Maybe if they'd have let him rest it and recover instead for forcing him to record and then tour, they might have had different results....
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7 weeks ago
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It's 2 years old so not exactly new. Gerneral PoM have been very hit and miss. The last album was good as was the debut and Volume 4.
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7 weeks ago
thinny
1. Motley Crue 2. Dr. Feelgood 3. Shout At The Devil 4. Too Fast For Love 5. Girls, Girls, Girls 1. Motley Crue 2. New Tattoo 3. Saints Of Los Angeles
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2 months ago
thinny
Loaded quickly for me on Chrome and Edge, but just a spinning red circle on Firefox...a couple of refreshes and it loaded though...
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2 months ago
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Mr Big released a statement on their Facebook today saying that the Record Store Day edition has now been delayed until November
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2 months ago
thinny
Surely if he's your freind you can ask him for more info, as he seems to have the inside info you require? But...If there isn't enough proof how does anyone know for a fact that it was murder. I presume only Kurt and Courtney would have been in the room at the time, so how can anyone know for a fact besides them? Sounds to me like your friend just believes the rumours/conspiracy theories, as
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2 months ago
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Gutted, Johnny was a lovely guy. Saw him several times with Skid Row, always great fun and Thickskin is great! RIP Johnny.
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2 months ago
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It's a great track but killed by a flat, muddy production.
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3 months ago
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doggy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Down here in Australia the record labels grew some > balls don't suppliers them to large chains stores > , so the independent stores can have them. That's not just Australia, that's worldwide. Record Store Day is only at independant retailers, it was set up specifically to support them.
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4 months ago
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Ydde Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > RS didn't play on the studio version of Runaway I know. He was talking about songs he doesn’t like to play live.
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4 months ago
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Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Alec did not contribute much to their live show > either... You really need to watch some of their 80s shows. Visually he provided a lot, and backing vocals wise he did all of the really high parts. Not a fantastic player, but a great performer, drug dealing pirate or not... I believe he had quite a bad mot
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4 months ago
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marco17 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You're right... I guess I should have been > clearer... Richie wrapped a lot of that up into > his desire to spend more time with his daughter, > but he wasn't/isn't out there bashing JBJ or > telling the world how much of an a-hole he is. > But absolutely... Very true, he's always been very res
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4 months ago
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rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Seconded. > He was also cringeworthy on stage. I'd rather see a guy running around the stage entertaining the crowd looking like he was having the best time of his life than glued to the spot looking bored, but each to their own.
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4 months ago
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marco17 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Otherwise, Richie always says it's > about his kid and no issue with the band, etc. Richie also made comments about not enjoying the direction that the band were headed in musically, the constant touring and that fact that he isn't going to miss playing some songs (he specifically mentioned Runaway). Richie an
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4 months ago
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> > Ihteresting....do you think live they sound better > without him? Probably. Hugh is a solid player. But visually, they were much less entertaining after he left.
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4 months ago
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Although he says below that he wasn't doing the These Days record, it has been confirmed since that Hugh has played bass on every albums since Slippery
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4 months ago
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> > What did he say about him? If you image search Alec John Such Raw Magazine on Google you will find it.
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4 months ago
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Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What kind of Rock n Roll image did Alec have? As > stated before, he did not fit in at all. Alec was always had a very rock n roll image. All you have to do is look at his pictures from the 80s. He was the classic 80s rock party dude, with the signature beard and then the eye patch. If he didn't look rock n rol
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4 months ago
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fox-roxx Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The eye patch was very rock n roll > > And he did turn up at the studio drunk as a skunk > - maybe not when they were recording an album but > 100% when making demos/session recordings etc Alec wasn't involved in the studio at all. I think you are referring to tour reherseals.
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4 months ago
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Julian H Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Didn't it have something to do with a magazine > interview he gave than wasn't very flattering > towards Jon? Yes that exactly it. He did a tell all interview in Raw Magazine, and a few months later he was gone. He did like to party a lot but so did others in the band. He wasn't the greatest bass player
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