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12 months ago
AOR Guru
Have given this one spin now, but I'm not that impressed. I need to give some more spins to see if it grows on me.
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12 months ago
AOR Guru
Some I can think of at the moment: Hardline - Love Leads The Way (Japan bonus) Robby Valentine - Valentines Overture Part I (Japan bonus) Robby Valentine - Valentines Overture Part II (A Martian On Earth) (Japan bonus) Def Leppard - She's Too Tough (Adrenalize sp.ed. bonus) Kharma - Cold As Ice (Japan bonus) Avantasia - Heart (Moonglow bonus) Pretty Maids - A Love And A Fiction (Japan bo
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12 months ago
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Many more than I actually recalled, ha-ha! It was a fun questiion, so did some research and found out that I attended the following gigs that were recorded and released officially. There might be more releases from festivals that I'm not aware of. Releases marked with an * is in my collection (noticed that I need to buy a few ones that I'm missing). TREAT - Live At Firefest III (2006, bonus D
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1 year ago
AOR Guru
First song was the new track from Skagarack "Be With You Forever". First album spinned was Lovekillers feat. Tony Harnell.
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1 year ago
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Got nothing as gift from others, but I bought myself a few items for Christmas: - Whitesnake 'Slide It In' 6CD+DVD Super Deluxe: The Ultimate Special Edition box - Whitesnake '1987' 4CD+DVD Super Deluxe box - Trønder-Rock I Bilder (photo-book by norwegian rock photographer Arne Nordtømme, aka Foto-Arne, who shot all the classic photos by TNT and Stage Dolls a.o.) And a few items still
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1 year ago
AOR Guru
I really like this song, and the samples sounds very promising, too.
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1 year ago
AOR Guru
mhenders Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Outstanding list! Thanks mate :-)
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1 year ago
AOR Guru
The following are Frontiers releases I really like. I don't use Spotify (or any other streaming platforms), so no playlist from me. Treat - Coup De Grace Journey - Revelation Jorn Lande & Trond Holter - Dracula: Swing Of Death Jim Peterik & World Stage - Winds Of Change Jimi Jamison - Crossroads Moment Eclipse - Bleed And Scream On The Rise - s/t The V.U. - Phoenix Rising Stree
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1 year ago
AOR Guru
I've seen it and found it very interesting and funny. If it wasn't for Zlozo's camera lense there hadn't been any iconic photos of David Lee Roth's 18o° leg-jump. Highly recommended to any rock fan.
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1 year ago
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RAMSAY Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The original 21 Guns line up. Agree! That would be very interesting.
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1 year ago
AOR Guru
It's their absolute finest moment! There's something special with this release. The songs, the performance, the arrangements, the sound, the production, all top notch when it was put together. It's just brilliant!
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1 year ago
AOR Guru
Recieved mine last week (Norway).
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1 year ago
AOR Guru
Lynchomaniac Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Now that my rant is over, I don't plan to check > out the band in the tread cause if they are > anything like Dragonforce - more like clones I > hear ... well I just don't have the time! But you've got the time to read this topic and reply to it.....? LOL
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1 year ago
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Lynchomaniac Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > AOR Guru Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > No Dokken album on your list, Lyncho? > > Wouldn't call them Metal, would you? As some points out, where the line that makes it hard rock or metal back in the 80's? I think Dokken in the 80's is in the grey
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1 year ago
AOR Guru
No Dokken album on your list, Lyncho?
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1 year ago
AOR Guru
Have been listened to this one a couple of times and it's really strong. Peterik have written some really great songs again.
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1 year ago
AOR Guru
Great, Andrew. Looking foreward to it :-)
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1 year ago
AOR Guru
Nothing special. Quite boring song actually.
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1 year ago
AOR Guru
*please delete*
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1 year ago
AOR Guru
A really good album, I love it! To me it's the perfect follow-up to 'Dr. Feelgood'.
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1 year ago
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Been a while since I listened to the Clockwise debut. I remember I bought it at the record store I worked at after coming home from the army. I noticed the album in a newsletter from the distributor where it said it included members from Europe. And as a big Europe fan I ordered it rght away and bought it. That was in 1997. Time to give it a new spin. The follow-up "Naïve" was a hu
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1 year ago
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standing-hampton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That Martie Peters Group cover on the front page > looks pretty good But the title is not very original....
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1 year ago
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cherokeee Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ...ask his Buddy Kip Winger to step in for > Co-writing duties - pretty much like with > Frontiers´2005 THE MOB Project where Kip also > joined in the last Minute as a Producer. > > I´d prefer a KipWinger produced Project to ADV´s > stale/sterile Cookie cutter Approach ANY DAY !!! Couldn
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1 year ago
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Don Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What's the title of the acoustic album? "Unplugged" Live
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1 year ago
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I will definetly check out this new project. Great bunch of guys. Let's hope ADV is not part of this! I really like Robin McAuley's vocals and I think his time with mr. Schenker was really good (except for "Save Yourself" which is very mediocre IMHO) and the 1991 album is my favorite. Don't forget his early days in Grand Prix, especially on the "Samurai" album, and his s
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1 year ago
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Here's the non-duet version of "If You Need Me Tonight" from his 'Canada'-album: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oumG_HqxhDs
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1 year ago
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TOUCH1980 wrote exactly what I think of Discogs. A great place to keep track on my collection, my wants and a database where most-to-all various editions/variants excists of a release. I do spend money on Discogs.... My experience both as a buyer and a few times as a seller is all great.
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1 year ago
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I have just bought this album on CD, the Japan remaster in mini-LP format. Waiting for it to arrive. A great album!
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1 year ago
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Marco Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hope there is more to come!? More songs will come. They're aiming for a new album, but can't promise when due to the tight schedule they all have on other stuff in their lives.
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