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2 days ago
Wardy
Excellent to know it's not just me then folks :)
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2 days ago
Wardy
Not sure where your tastes are at but good stuff of late were John Corabi's book, Fates Warning - Destination Onward was fantastic and currently reading Paradise Lost - No Celebration which is a great read, Total F*cking Godhead book on Chris Cornell by Corbin Reiff, and recommend Eruption - Conversations with Eddie Van Halen which is a collection of GW interviews with new additions...
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2 days ago
Wardy
Saxon still delivers but have agree with Scorpions and Thunder...
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2 days ago
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adolfo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I have repeated it many times and although I like > it I am not very sure of the production. Not that I'm a streaming guru but my first listen was using earphones via Spotify and gotta say mate it was WAY better sounding than this youtube version which has those squeaks and high end crap going on. So hopefully
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4 days ago
Wardy
Love B&T and have been hoping for new material, an EP even from these guys since the excellent We Are The BrokenHearted. So sadly can't help but feel a bit frustrated by this... Still, here's hoping the doors have opened again for some new material.
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4 days ago
Wardy
Yeah I forget to mention that one as I don't own a copy of Not Happy which is unfair as it was a decent album mate. Must try get my hands on a copy.
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4 days ago
Wardy
Duplicate sorry folks reply is below...
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4 days ago
Wardy
Fer me the first two records are essentials of their era and am partial to their third Let's Rumble. However Wasted remains my favourite of the three. At times a little too chaotic for its own good albeit that was half the appeal but so much to love. As an opener the title track was the perfect followup to the debut and tracks such as Cream, Social Sidewinder, Tranquilizer, Cream, Time's Up
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4 days ago
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Walk In The Shadows Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I still have to get this. > > I might still have a copy of the original CD somewhere but from memory it is missing the rear insert which I replaced with a half decent printout...
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5 days ago
Wardy
Those were easy on the ears has an ever so slight Little Caesar vibe about it will explore further Cheers
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5 days ago
Wardy
HAHAHA well when you put it like that yes it is indeed a shit lyric but somewhat par for the course at the time and the album offers plenty more elsewhere ;) I was actually pained to learn years later that Joel wasn't exactly a fan of this album if IRC the recording experience wasn't great for him or butting heads with Garry or something? I did wonder though what his thoughts were of the al
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5 days ago
Wardy
Preferred it over Cats In Boots. Always felt the Motley party schtick of Boots a bit typical of its time while I appreciated Heavy Bones at least tried to dig a little deeper. Maybe a tad too much tbf Heavy Bones kinda dabbled in a bit of everything but I thought it fantastic regardless. Sensational performances production and a good number of its tracks up there with my personal faves of
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7 days ago
Wardy
Now you're just being rude HAHAHA ;)
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7 days ago
Wardy
LOL alrighty then mate to each our own but think you missing some great music my friend ;)
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7 days ago
Wardy
adolfo, he's 75yrs old. SEVENTY FIVE! ;)
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7 days ago
Wardy
Once upon a time agreed with you on all 3 but came around. Still agree with you on the Doors though couple tunes are okay...
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7 days ago
Wardy
+1 to all the above!
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7 days ago
Wardy
adolfo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > many to remember them all. > Iron Maiden have been embarrassing for more than > twenty years Whaaaat? There's certainly been some less than stellar stuff along the way and not a lot that would compare to the best of their heyday, but Brave New World? Matter Of Life And Death? Senjutsu? Not liking them i
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7 days ago
Wardy
Clear with splatter doesn't sound too bad I gotta say I do usually prefer plain black or at a stretch a plain colour but some of those splatters aren't too bad LOL
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8 days ago
Wardy
Bite Down Hard has aged the best and is my preferred think Dizzy's vocals were more of their time but that aside it's a close call between Bite and Boys In Heat both regular plays the debut not so much for reasons already stated above ;)
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8 days ago
Wardy
Yep absolutely as lovely as it is to get quality releases early in the year these do tend to get a little lost as the year goes on. Nice one heretic is def in my Top10 for the year that's fer sure ;)
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8 days ago
Wardy
SOOO GOOD! Revisiting the years releases and just love where these guys are at of late every album they have released these past ten or so years are nothing short of essential. On The 13th Day just edges out the post reformation records but damn, this latest one is so close The Monster Roars indeed \m/
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9 days ago
Wardy
It may have been Bourke St but I remember early 00's or so going through boxes underneath the JB shelves where they'd put all their reduced stuff. Crazy to think what gold I would find almost every visit.
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9 days ago
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rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The music ‘scene’ will always wax and wane, > it’s cyclical. I think it’s in a lull stage > right now, you could call it stale, and is waiting > for whomever it will be that lights the next fuse. Sadly not sure there ever will be again with the industry like it is mate :(
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9 days ago
Wardy
Absolutely brilliant stuff fave was the last one Devil's Song. Can't argue Kelly making himself a good dollar fronting Foreigner but wish he had continued to feature in projects along the way, Hurricane or whatever because he brought such a unique sound to the late 80's into the 90's scene even this more funk rock stuff he sounds fantastic on. Love it thanks for posting!
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9 days ago
Wardy
Yep they've reduced the Metal section down so far to accommodate alternative and whitegoods they may as well not have it anymore. Sad days but what do ya do
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10 days ago
Wardy
Aussie Dave Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yeah Scotty is great. But even his hands were tied > with what he could get in. The most annoying thing > this past year of two is even when a new album is > listed in metal/rock, it's never there on it's > release date unless it's a local release which are > becoming rarer and rarer. So ultimate
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10 days ago
Wardy
Being one of my favourites can't wait to hear what Bruce Dickinson has cooked up but won't hold my breath for a 2023 release as respectfully think he's more invested in other things outside Maiden such as another spoken word tour etc. Think he said they've about 70% of material working on but still a ways to go yet would think? That said it will probably be like Maiden with Senjutsu and he'll
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10 days ago
Wardy
Not silly at all mate there are similarities to Tool (moreso A Perfect Circle) and other more recent artists in Soen's stuff. Not a crack either they are an excellent band through and through ;)
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10 days ago
Wardy
Nice reviews. Clearly I need listen to Skid Row some more liked it loved 2 or 3 tunes but half the album did squat so clearly am on the fence LOL
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