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1. Journey - Escape 2. Def Leppard - Pyromania 3. Night Ranger - Midnight Madness 4. Bon Jovi - New Jersey 5. AC/DC - Back In Black 6. Motley Crue - Shout At The Devil 7. Van Halen - Van Halen
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2 days ago
Robert
Awesome news and agree it's one of their best. Will be great to have it on vinyl.
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4 days ago
Robert
Revelation caught many by surprise. Walmart exclusive that included the re-recorded hits disc. Bolstered further by the band's appearance on Oprah the week of release. Smart marketing all the way around.
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4 days ago
Robert
https://youtu.be/zJfAy0gDW4M Blacklist Utopia due 10/29 Track List for Blacklist Utopia: 01. Utopia 02. Red Blooded Hell Raiser 03. Down To The Core 04. Civil War 05. I Can’t Breathe 06. Most of The Time 07. American Dream 08. Before We Fade Away 09. Hindsight Is 2020 10. Devil At My Doorstep 11. Save Me 12. Highway Child 13. Book of lies
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4 days ago
Robert
Has Walker's fingerprints all over it. Still great songs, though. I dig it.
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5 days ago
Robert
While I still love the album, you are not wrong in saying it's sort of a sequel to Street Talk. Parts of it play better as solo Perry than as Journey. Even the couple of more rockier songs don't sound all that removed from Strung Out or It's Only Love. That said, ROR remains an AOR masterpiece to me. (as does Street Talk)
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5 days ago
Robert
You have them in the correct order :)
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5 days ago
Robert
Love that song, shame it was only released on the Best Of disc. Here's one of mine: Bon Jovi - Edge of a Broken Heart https://youtu.be/AoOhm-RK-ug Would be my favorite song from the SWW sessions. How they ever thought it was a good idea to leave it for a B-side to Livin' On a Prayer (and then the Disorderlies S/T) is beyond me.
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5 days ago
Robert
Sershen & Zaritskaya have been doing these great covers for years now. They are really good. Here's a few of them: Alannah Myles Black Velvet https://youtu.be/JafxllZjtfQ Journey Separate Ways https://youtu.be/yhDWqppzSSs Heart Barracuda https://youtu.be/PBcIQnexebY
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5 days ago
Robert
Late to the party here, but love that song. Production seems homemade to me, but that's one catchy little country pop tune
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9 days ago
Robert
Rock Brigade Lady Strange Billy's Got a Gun Animal Stand Up I Wanna Be Your Hero Where Does Love Go When It Dies Paper Sun Torn To Shreds Waterloo Sunset Nine Lives Last Dance
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10 days ago
Robert
Love that debut. Their harmonies were fantastic, very much like their parents. Lots of great early 90s pop with some maturity on that album.
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12 days ago
Robert
Great band, sadly outside of some singles most of their albums are not up on Spotify. I put the new disc up there with Dangerous Curves and Midnite City as nice little surprises from 2021.
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12 days ago
Robert
Great, short interview with Paul. Covers his solo album with Bruce Fairbairn, his time in D2, a new Defiants album, and his new 1988-influenced project with Andrew Oye. All class. https://www.rockpages.gr/paul-laine-innocently-i-believe-its-possible-to-have-a-second-coming-of-hard-rock/?lang=en
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12 days ago
Robert
Billy Squier reworked this classic and performed it in NYC days after 9/11/2001 to honor the first responders who lost their lives that day. https://youtu.be/sSC0MRZ5wGs Still one of my all time favorite BS tracks.
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12 days ago
Robert
Nevermind is just okay, the singles were the best tracks. The rest ranges from mundane to unlistenable. I'll take Dirt, Badmotorfinger, or Ten over it any day. Most everything that followed was straight garbage. By the time Bush and Creed came around, you knew it was over already. Copies of copies, similar to what happened with late 80s hard rock. I know it was Nirvana that broke, but I
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13 days ago
Robert
Ugh, just no. I will say that he totally missed an opportunity to call it something really dumb like "Have Yourself a Perry Little Christmas". That way the title would match the music. Cringeworthy.
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15 days ago
Robert
Slamer is listed as producer on It's Personal from 1981
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15 days ago
Robert
To follow up - Slamer's producer credits (most of them anyway): City Boy New Monkees Angry Anderson WWIII Wall of Silence James Christian Michael Sweet Tower City Steelhouse Lane Chris Thompson Khymera Seventh Key Terry Brock Chris Ousey Overland Ozone Devil's Hand These would have been the ones released in the early 90s: Angry Anderson WWIII Wall of Silence James Ch
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16 days ago
Robert
Bon Jovi 90-95: Keep The Faith (produced by Bob Rock) Cross Road (GH album with some new songs produced by Peter Collins) These Days (Peter Collins) Def Leppard 90-95: Adrenalize (Def Leppard & Mike Shipley) Retroactive (album of mostly B sides and leftovers, newer stuff produced by DL & Pete Woodroofe) Vault GH (new song produced by DL & Pete Woodroofe)
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20 days ago
Robert
It's good with hints of greatness. Just never quite getting there. I'd say the same about every Bruce album since NPFTD. Half of it is what I love about Maiden and half of it is just plain boring.
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20 days ago
Robert
Song's not half bad, better than most of what was on Bastards of Beale. But that production, yikes. Sounds like a demo.
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22 days ago
Robert
Loved his 3 album run of the self-titled 1988, I've Got Everything, and Way Past Midnight. Lost track after that. Sadly only the 1988 album is streaming on Spotify. I'll have to dig out my old cassettes for the other 2 :)
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22 days ago
Robert
Easy one for me as I only ever liked the Jamison years. 1. Vital Signs 2. When Seconds Count 3. Too Hot To Sleep
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24 days ago
Robert
Love the energy, unfortunately this sounds almost identical to the first 2 songs and just as meh as everything Erik's put out in recent memory.
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25 days ago
Robert
Signal Desmond Child Chrissy Steele Heavy Bones Wild Horses Trouble Tribe Kiss of the Gypsy Roxus
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27 days ago
Robert
https://youtu.be/pSxYh4fdDIY
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27 days ago
Robert
Love that groove. And I dig the rawness here, fits the track well.
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27 days ago
Robert
I have that show on DVD, what a badass Tom was back then. And The Heartbreakers were one of the very best ever. Hard to beat that set list too. Opening with Anything That's Rock & Roll and closing with that insane version of Shout. Just fantastic.
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