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2 years ago
froggy
I didn't like the CGI in the Live Aid part - totally unrealistic
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2 years ago
froggy
I got a copy - not listened yet. Too many albums - too little time!
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2 years ago
froggy
If it were Pretty Maids fault then he may have had a right to have a beef with them (without the expletive rant) but as anyone who was there will have seen it clearly wasn't PM's fault that things were running late he just made himself look an idiot. That said the stage manager really should have taken command of getting bands playing as close to time as possible despite the obvious monitor issu
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2 years ago
froggy
Was just going to say what no love for Dig in Deep. I prefer it to shine
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2 years ago
froggy
Also imho Tyketto is at its best live. Always a killer show. Danny is one of the best live vocalists out there
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2 years ago
froggy
Its live reworkings - I was at the filming
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2 years ago
froggy
I was at the Premiere last night. It was Ok nothing spectacular in my opinion. 3 of the band actors were pretty spot on, one (the Roger) was below par. Story line obviously isn't chronologically true which will niggle some fans. The Paul Prenter bad guy was over the top.
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2 years ago
froggy
Love the version of Love Is The Hero with the extended intro with Freddie.
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2 years ago
froggy
He only played Let Me Out a limited number of times live. From memory one was at a fan club Christmas Party at the Astoria (it was actually a Cross concert) and he certainly played it in Whitley Bay on the BTTL tour maybe at one or two other gigs early in the tour. Probably did it when they were in South America before the UK tour too. Love Let Me Out and Starfleet. Bluesbreaker is great but I
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2 years ago
froggy
Yes mine came earlier this week. Signed CD version :-)
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2 years ago
froggy
Going to the UK premiere in a couple of weeks
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2 years ago
froggy
Got notice my signed copy was dispatched from Sweden today
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2 years ago
froggy
No The Eclipse song "The Storm"
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2 years ago
froggy
Saw Backyard Babies at the Sleaze Festival last night - nice accomplished live band but not spectacular imho
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2 years ago
froggy
It's The Storm Part 2 isn't it?
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2 years ago
froggy
Probably withdrawn Life Changes CD single by The Cross
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2 years ago
froggy
had a great voice I think Tom, not so much now.
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2 years ago
froggy
Roger Taylor's "The Lot" set had some nice errors. Ended up with 2 sets of discs because of 1 of the discs had issues
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2 years ago
froggy
2nd best show I've seen this year when they played Camden in February. I will be in Sheffield and Camden again.
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2 years ago
froggy
I've enjoyed their studio output but I wasn't smitten on them live at HMH in Hull last year.
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2 years ago
froggy
Devil in a white dress has more than a touch of Incura about it - which is a good thing in my eyes.
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2 years ago
froggy
surprised Queen hasn't been mentioned yet - always liked a light or two
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2 years ago
froggy
Love them and seen a few times - great live. The new album is super but as intimated above a lot of their songs tend to sound the same but at least it's a good same. Off to see them in France next weekend with H.E.A.T., Doro and Ghost stellar line up.
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2 years ago
froggy
Yes I have it always loved Joss Mennen's vocal. Nice album.
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2 years ago
froggy
Will be there
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2 years ago
froggy
I'm in the rocknut camp of not intruding on band members time and space but the majority that I've met have been courteous, polite and a pleasure to meet. I'm thinking Nuno, JSS, Robby Valentine, Johnny Lima, Johnny Gioelli, Mike Peters and Jim Peterik. All super nice guys. One who wasn't so hot was the nicest man in Rock himself Brian May. A couple of times I've encountered him and found him to
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2 years ago
froggy
I was listening to it this morning as it kicked in straight after the Ghost stuff I've been listening to in preparation for seeing them at the start of next month and wow the difference in the sound between the two was immense. The GC album just sounded completely tinny next to the Ghost stuff. I was really surprised as I really like the first two songs by GC but gee does it sound flat played str
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2 years ago
froggy
Robby Valentine's Queen ones
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2 years ago
froggy
Mine at the moment but think the Nitrate album could challenge it
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