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3 days ago
ROCKDOG
I really liked Hot Space.some cracking tunes.It was really I want to break free that killed Queen in the USA.
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3 days ago
ROCKDOG
I agree with Richard,surprised she doesn’t get mentioned more.Great albums from the very beginning barely a bad song(I wasn’t keen on the blues album).Great to see she is still cranking it out.The live 35 year anniversary album was brilliant.
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8 days ago
ROCKDOG
Grand Slam..Hit the Ground.Really surprised by this and still play it a lot now.
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11 days ago
ROCKDOG
First album was probably my album of the year,never really clicked with the second one.Hoping for another cracker.
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15 days ago
ROCKDOG
Kind of sad,but I guess he knows when it’s time to stop.
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17 days ago
ROCKDOG
Capt Can Man Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > GTR stands for "Guitar," which was the bands main > selling point with Hackett and Howe. What does RGT > stand for and how does it represent what the band > was about? RGT stands for regret,I think that’s something they all did at the end of it.
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19 days ago
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Wow shocked at this news,hope he’s ok.
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20 days ago
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R.I.P. Alan,never a great Quo fan but without doubt the days with Alan and John were the glory days.
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21 days ago
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I really liked that,I wasn’t expecting to from the comments,reading the list of guests on the album gives me optimism.
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21 days ago
ROCKDOG
Quite like that,the video oc certainly different but at least it’s not a run of the mill fake live scenario
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23 days ago
ROCKDOG
Totally agree with Can man(there’s a first time for everything)but I was expecting so much more from this project,Deen is a great singer but the material doesn’t really allow him to shine.
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24 days ago
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Escape Moving Pictures Van Halen Midnight Madness Vital Signs
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24 days ago
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thinny Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > 2112 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnJ3QYBi3Sg > > > > yeah, "disaster". > > > In what way doesn't he look well here, as per the > original post? He looks older sure, but he's lost > som
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25 days ago
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Styx-Paradise Theatre-Stafford Queen-Works-NEC Birmingham Yes-Union-NEC-Birmingham Gillan-Glory Road-Sheffield City Hall Bruce Springsteen-The Rising- Madison Square Garden.
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26 days ago
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I’ve just seen some clips of a gig Sambora did tonight(I think) in London,did anyone else see them at all….disaster I’ll try and find some links he doesn’t look well at all.
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28 days ago
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Darren In Florida Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Would people rank this album or the Bad English > debut as the better of the 2 ? Bad English S/T is one of the best AOR albums ever so that wins hands down,HSAS is good,just not in that league.
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29 days ago
ROCKDOG
Great album,glad they did something a little different to what everyone was expecting.The tracks left off were amongst the best.Definitely a full concert and DVD is long overdue.
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5 weeks ago
ROCKDOG
Really like that,what a vocal!
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5 weeks ago
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Agree regarding this and Harder…Faster,nothing else ever came close in my opinion.Caught them on this tour absolutely brilliant and another vote for the One from the Road Live album.
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6 weeks ago
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a-change-of-seasons Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I think pretty much all of their post-reformation > albums are pretty strong - except the Christmas > one! Edge Of Forever is probably my favourite but > The Last Rebel also comes close. > > But I'd be lying if I said that I thought any of > them had quite the same magic as the pre-
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6 weeks ago
ROCKDOG
I really liked Gods & Guns when it came out not played it in a while.I should give it a re-spin.
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7 weeks ago
ROCKDOG
For me it would have to be Steel Wheels,some great tracks played it last night and it still sounds good.
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7 weeks ago
ROCKDOG
Just seen Charlie has passed away.sad to hear. I wonder what that means for the Stones as he really was the heartbeat.
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7 weeks ago
ROCKDOG
He had a big hit in the early 80’s(I think)with Roberta Flack “Tonight I celebrate my love for you” or something!
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7 weeks ago
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voiceofbabylon Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Cozy had a couple of solo releases. Are any of > them worth my time? I’ve got a compilation,I must admit I was surprised how good it was.Highly recommended.The list of musicians that played with him is unreal.
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8 weeks ago
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I’m with Alaskaman Both great drummers and both big personalities.I’ve never heard anyone say Cozy lacked presence before,he had it in spades as well as being just a great drummer.
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8 weeks ago
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Just watching this now,good watch and I must investigate more.
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8 weeks ago
ROCKDOG
Very sad news very very funny man and an all-round good egg by all accounts
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8 weeks ago
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Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > They are still on their farewell tour… Ahh.I never thought of that option.Cheers.
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8 weeks ago
ROCKDOG
Help me out here,I thought Phil had retired.Are they touring with a new singer or has Phil had a change of heart and just doing small tours etc.
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