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Wardy
I'd agree Circus Animals but they're quite a varied style Cold Chisel so for the first time ever I'd also recommend one of their hits packages as a first listen? They've a couple out there mostly the same collections but the 2018 black covered one also includes material since their reunions. That said I'd go for one of the others first their heyday stuff much better but you shouldn't go wrong
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I'm probably in the minority then always loved Working Class Man more. The reworked and new tracks were just perfect. Don't get me wrong, Freight Train Heart is brilliant but I felt a couple of its songs a little meh by comparison. So for me it's Working Class then Freight Train then Two Fires. Love the love for Last Frontier too. By far one of his best tracks. That, Driving Wheels and
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Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The way AI is going, I’ll be able to release my > debut album sometime next year. Exactly A. There's already folks complaining about too much in-studio trickery now we got AI for everything even creating the songs. AI shouldn't be allowed anywhere near the music and arts industries. Leave it to improvin
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Yesterday
Wardy
100% +1
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2 days ago
Wardy
Cheers Don cheers A and cheers all you lot \m/
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3 days ago
Wardy
I don't think many are saying otherwise Steves more so that it's disappointing music isn't enjoyed like it was back when. Sadly well aware we are a dying breed.
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3 days ago
Wardy
Yep social media, online gaming, devaluation of the genre from downloading and the internet in general is a whole new world. We didn't have all the distractions they have now, sitting down to spend hours listening to just one or two albums seems nonsense to most of society these days.
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5 days ago
Wardy
But was that original release labelled demos or remixed demos back in the day? Or was it promoted as a finished product left in the can? I know it sounds like a regular release but I kinda remember it being put together from demos back in the day. Could totally be wrong of course and I don't own this one on CD to check it out sorry... Just wondering could they just be advertising it as it
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5 days ago
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The label website is charging $15 US for the cd, but is literally sticking it to consumers on shipping...$9 US. Which is totally ridiculous. Did find on Amazon.com for ~$14 free shipping if you have Prime I know it's not a competition but those figures are nothing LOL. I went to order a $13 (US$) album this weekend and got stung $20 US shipping. One single CD will cost me $50 Aus to import.
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5 days ago
Wardy
Thankyou for your work epitaph. Please continue to take care of yourself.
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5 days ago
Wardy
+1 Such a great voice and that self titled Beggars & Thieves debut was bloody brilliant. I remember flipping it and Tyketto's Don't Come Easy almost back to back for a few months straight. Both Andrew recommendations back in 91 when he worked the brick and mortars, and both still favorites of mine to this day ;) I also thought B&T return album We Are The Broken Hearted one of the
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6 days ago
Wardy
Now THAT is commitment \m/ Great stuff and will definitely be adding that to my regular spintime. Cheers
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6 days ago
Wardy
It's probably an age thing but I've come to despise triplicate quadruple blast beats whatever they're called, super fast drumming in songs of late... But it's Evergrey and I'm biased so it works and that chorus is rather tasty so gets a strong pass regardless LOL \m/
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6 days ago
Wardy
Awesome thanks for the post! For those that might miss it Marco's link also included their new song here; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKXFkpuG2ok Great stuff can't wait for this will be pre-ordering soon \m/
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6 days ago
Wardy
5 I would have loved to have seen in their prime... Queensryche Van Hagar Soundgarden Candlebox Huey Lewis & The News But as I saw one of them outside their prime I'm going cheat and select a 6th and agree with glenn and also go Badlands \m/
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7 days ago
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Great band agree with others re Personally think it's a classic and can't understand the hate think they were very accessible. Interestingly since the day I heard it my favourite song of theirs is Trippin' on a Hole in A Paper Heart \m/ Ohh and agree that self titled 2010 album was pretty good ;)
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10 days ago
Wardy
Aside from Tweaked and the collection of Bsides Peach Fuzz which were always to my liking I must get back to some of those you listed Irwin ;)
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10 days ago
Wardy
Can't argue with any that Dave. I think Letterman was a big fan also crazy all the attention and promo alas was not to be. And yes I have Strength LP on my watchlist but ridiculously nonsense prices probably won't see it happen unless Music On Vinyl get it out there fingers crossed.
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10 days ago
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Figge Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Please do, Don. Let me know what your impresssions > are. > > I do prefer Time To Burn, as you can see. Stay is > one of the best AOR songs ever, in my opinion. > > > // Figge This Don! Stay is worth the price alone \m/
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11 days ago
Wardy
RIP Very sad, wishes to his family friends and fans... A great talent. Those first couple FH albums in particular formed a part of our listening here back in the day and was only listening to the debut again last week \m/
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11 days ago
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There was a rumour they were going dip their toes back into their past eras with the new material and while I was dead against that for a long time I agree given their last record and years since, the time might just be right for some old school Europe again ;) I would hope if they got that 40th boxset out they would consider a double CD of leftovers unreleased material and dare I say a polish
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11 days ago
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Classic? Too right! Couldn't warm to it at all despised their look despised Mother's Eyes just no. But several months after its release I forced myself to take a copy home and properly dig in. And it only took one listen for Strength to reveal what a terrific album this was. Mother's Eyes was suddenly a drawcard and the production was exceptional. Highlights aplenty but to this day mine r
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11 days ago
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Figge Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Here's my Giant combination, but I cheated a bit > and added "You Will Be Mine" which was left off > Time To Burn..... > > You Will Be Mine > Thunder and Lightning > Chained > Stay > I'll See You In My Dreams > I'm a Believer > Innocent Days > I'll be There (When It's
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11 days ago
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I say to folks above such as Steve and Figge dissing Rattlesnake Shake I have never heard such sacrilege LOL. But jokes aside while tbf it does have that something off Crue's Doctor Feelgood vibe about it, Rattlesnake was an early album highlight while in my teens, so I've struggled to ditch the rose-coloured glasses and still dig the song a ton (as I do Can't Stand The Heartache ;) As great
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11 days ago
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I am actually a little concerned we living some kinda parallel worlds Dave so much stuff we share such liking for LOL... But yes 100% what Dave said, Youthanasia is my favorite 'Deth followed by Countdown and RIP. Cryptic was indeed a step away but yes seems was accepted by the masses an album I also enjoy. But no argument from me Risk was a very decent record too and don't care what any
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12 days ago
Wardy
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Interesting question-- if not...maybe he should. > And... adore the Fore! album. The entire thing is > one hit song after another! Always loved Jacob's > Ladder. T Yep, one of my favourite albums fer sure even though I never warmed to Stuck With You LOL. But Jacob's Ladder, I Know What I Like, Never W
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12 days ago
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Peter M. Bietenholz Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I prefer The Ides Of March over Year Of The > Dragon. I really like the first three Slash > albums, but the most recent one left me pretty > cold. You can tell they just threw the songs > together in the studio and recorded them live. As > far as AB, nothing connected with me > post-F
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12 days ago
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Dig a good musical but afraid the promo for this some months ago didn't do much for me. That said hope it's successful... I don't think any of his continued hearing problems are a surprise to anyone IIRC when he announced it there wasn't much hope of it correcting itself. Really sucks must be frustrating as hell for him :( I never cared if there were but hindsight and all that I really wi
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12 days ago
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Because yes as others above have said they filmed the first two and all this over the one day. Even the band shots in the album sleeve etc are from the same day. Which if I'm honest kinda sucks but hey at least it's not all Photoshop pieced together. That and I fckn love the record regardless so... \m/
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12 days ago
Wardy
Best single album of those would be Magnum with Giant a close second ;)
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