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16 days ago
The Toon Guy
Thanks, man! I never noticed the snipping before and now that's all I can hear. Grrr! :P
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24 days ago
The Toon Guy
I agree! Somehow, they got the idea that everyone wanted metal Stryper. I like it all but would love to have my melodic rock-oriented Stryper back!
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6 weeks ago
The Toon Guy
Hazard was a Top 10 hit, not just a semi-hit. That said, I like this album a lot. It still gets plays from me.
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6 weeks ago
The Toon Guy
I'm a big Stryper fan but I really thought this one was a by-the-numbers tune. I'm guessing in the context of the album, it will be better to my ears.
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8 weeks ago
The Toon Guy
Frontiers released this a day early on Youtube: https://youtu.be/V2nEwJLMmLk I, honestly, was going to get this just because of the Michael Sweet tie-in. I liked the first three singles okay (especially, the ballad) but never gave it that much thought. After my first listen, though, I'm super impressed and REALLY like this a lot!
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2 months ago
The Toon Guy
You're not wrong. To be honest, if this weren't Def Leppard, I wouldn't be listening to them.:(
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2 months ago
The Toon Guy
Removed.
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2 months ago
The Toon Guy
Removed.
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2 months ago
The Toon Guy
A little over the top but I kinda like that.
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3 months ago
The Toon Guy
That's a good one! I like the Kimball/Jamison album he did with Jimi as well.
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3 months ago
The Toon Guy
Oops. Double post.
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4 months ago
The Toon Guy
Don Wrote: > It's a perfect album, with the exception of one > song, which is unlistenable and should never have > been included. Curious as to which one that is. I just looked over the tracklisting and can't figure it out.
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5 months ago
The Toon Guy
Troy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Brad gillis is straight corny on this one. You > think he never filmed a video before. Have you ever seen Brad live? Those are his normal rockstar poses.
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5 months ago
The Toon Guy
The REO box sets are AWESOME! If I had only one minor complaint, it’s that they use the Cherry Red logo on all the discs instead of something band-related.
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6 months ago
The Toon Guy
Love it! Really looking forward to the full album!
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6 months ago
The Toon Guy
It’s one of my favorites. Since I heard this album first, some of the songs I like better than Meat Loaf’s versions.
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6 months ago
The Toon Guy
Daredevil is correct. This is what was said: It was the same thing when I co-wrote Livin on a Prayer with Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora. They were doing demos for what would become the Slippery When Wet’album and they did a demo of Prayer before they went to Vancouver to record the album. They had written 100 songs and Livin on a Prayer wasn’t on the final list consideration. Jon tho
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7 months ago
The Toon Guy
It’s weird but I only like one or two of his songs over his whole catalog but I LOVE his RocKihnRoll album from beginning to end.
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9 months ago
The Toon Guy
Fair enough. I'm guessing that, because those songs require a higher vocal range than Michael can easily hit these days, if he's not up to par vocally on a particular night, he may skip it. I went through the setlists from the shows I've went to and out of 13 shows they did Honestly 10 times and Always There For You 6. As far as the topic of the thread, I don't think they shy away from them p
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9 months ago
The Toon Guy
> Stryper - Always There For You, Honestly Stryper has always done Honestly and in the last 4-5 years, their setlist has also included Always There For You.
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
BRockn Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Still waiting for my autographed copy to arrive > from Newbury Comics Has anyone even gotten a shipping notice yet? My signed CDs from there usually ship on a Thursday and arrive Monday or Tuesday. So far, nothing…
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
Yep. Usually love everything Rick but couldn’t get into The Snake King at all aside from 2-3 tracks. I’m enjoying his new Red Locusts project though. I kept seeing him push it on social media but never gave it a listen until I found out it was him yesterday. Haha! Ron
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1 year ago
The Toon Guy
Um. Not loving it but am enjoying Dennis’ new one. To each his own. :-) Ron
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2 years ago
The Toon Guy
Nice! Thanks!
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2 years ago
The Toon Guy
I don’t see anything on his site on it being signed. Did they have a special on it that has already ended? Thanks. Ron
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2 years ago
The Toon Guy
Other than the Julian Lennon duet and the revamped AD 2020, I think they all were.
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3 years ago
The Toon Guy
And let's not forget Cleveland's Michael Stanley Band, one of the most criminally underrated bands of the '70s-early '80s.
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3 years ago
The Toon Guy
Great job as usual, Wardy!
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3 years ago
The Toon Guy
Love it! Great job, man!
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3 years ago
The Toon Guy
The band also had two EPs out under the name Crunch before they regained control of the AdrianGale name... - Feel The Fire (2000) - Under The Hood (2001) - ReProgram (2002) - Crunch (2004) - Live Program (2005) - Crunch: Starting Over EP (2007) - Crunch: Second Time Around EP/Firefest 7 Sampler (2010) - Suckerpunch (2013) - Defiance (2014)
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