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8 days ago
cherokeee
Walk In The Shadows Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > When a thread starts with 4 posts by the OP, you > know it's good... that was me, once fox chimed in... ;-)
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4 weeks ago
cherokeee
I love the pride in his eyes, when they listen back to the Intro of ´I´m a Believer´and how he almost seems embarrassed once the vocals kick in... ;-) Such a sweet + humble guy.
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6 weeks ago
cherokeee
GuitarAnthony Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'd rather have a remaster of Time To Burn. IMO, unlike the debut the production/sound of THIS Album is still IMMACULATE to my ears.. Dunno, how that could be enhanced further with a remaster unless they´re going for a ´fresh & current´ approach by ruining it all with some sweet Spotify friendly bric
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3 months ago
cherokeee
Walk In The Shadows Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yeah, definitely closer to Nirvana. I kinda see the TFF or Mr.Mister comparison in the sound/arrangement department - going a little for that Effect heavy 80´s vibe but this song much like most modern pop music is also plagued by the dumb and oversimplistic ´3 chords should do it´ syndrome... with no
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3 months ago
cherokeee
RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'd much rather hear a Giuffria album than the > faux HOL that exists today (I can hear Terry > Raging in the background already) :p ;) RIGHT ON ! Get DGE on Vocals AND let Mike Slamer produce/co-write ...BAAAM !! instant WIN !!! :)
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3 months ago
cherokeee
Cool ! Thanx for sharing !! btw. isnt that Wingers John Roth on guitar ?
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4 months ago
cherokeee
RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That is the other Robbie Valentine ... yup, there > are two. Weird. I remember this reggae guy causing confusion even back in 1996 when my Import mailorder shop (pre internet) announced a brand new japanese Robbie Valentine album only to find out later, it was sadly just this guy... :-D
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4 months ago
cherokeee
fox-roxx Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'm not sure why but I have never touched base > with this guy before > > I have seen his stuff get glowing reviews in the > past > > Maybe time to check something out > > What is the stand out album to get first ? If youre into traditional AOR Melodic Rock with a hint of ELO... th
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4 months ago
cherokeee
Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Big fan here but having checked out the samples on > itunes, this will be the first album he's done I > won't be adding to my wants list. > > This is not a rock album and is mostly piano > ballads, no guitars, bass or drums. They might be > brilliantly done for what they are but it's > absolu
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5 months ago
cherokeee
voiceofbabylon Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I was in my early to mid twenties when these came > out and of course I would never have accepted them > in my massive cool hip Mel rock love of music. A > co-worker would be blasting "One" at work and I > had to admit I was intrigued. Both "One" and > "Size" are
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6 months ago
cherokeee
Aussie Dave Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Because it's fun. The world is far too serious > these days. Popcorn movie. Watch a couple of > monsters beat the crap out of each other and > forget what's happening in the world for a couple > of hours. I hope I´ll never ´grow up´ to be like rocknut... ;-) till now (at 51) I manage
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6 months ago
cherokeee
SurFan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I haven't watched it yet, but it certainly can't > be worse than the original version... What a mess > of a movie that was :-) I HIGHLY recoommend doing so... The darker more mature theme of Snyders version (including totally different story variants and a Colors tone ala Man of Steel + BvS) make Joss Whed
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6 months ago
cherokeee
like others mentioned... this album is basically the smaller twin of SLAMER´s ´Nowhere Land´!! You probably have that one already.. ? If not... GO GET IT ASAP !!!!
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6 months ago
cherokeee
rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Definitely agree with North. > > Warrant - Dog Eat Dog > Bon Jovi - 7800 Fahrenheit > Iron Maiden - Somewhere In Time > Judas Priest - Painkiller > Riot - Restless Breed > Tyketto - Shine > Extreme - III Sides To Every Story > Aerosmith - Pump > Metal church - Blessing In Disgui
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7 months ago
cherokeee
...just listen to ´Knowing Me, knowing You´ from 1976 ! I mean, It doesnt get more ´high tech AOR´ than that... and that was Years before even Journey or Foreigner developed their Melodic Style !!
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8 months ago
cherokeee
rickyboy999 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > cherokeee Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > rickyboy999 Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > se > > > > ! > > > > > > OG Metal Hammer gave it a bad review? H
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8 months ago
cherokeee
rickyboy999 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- se > > ! > > OG Metal Hammer gave it a bad review? Have you got > a copy f that review? Yep, and not even in a subtle way... the reviewer was SHITTING on that release. We where totally baffled by that kinda harsh rejection as we just discovered that Band and it seemed like absolute Perfection to
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8 months ago
cherokeee
...Mood Swings was just another sad proof that even the most well crafted MelodicRock couldnt stand a fair chance during those times... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ I still remember my best Buddy cancelling the subscription of his favorite Magazine for a DECADE (Metal Hammer) because their review of MoodSwings was VERY biased and Negative in an unjustified way just.... because that type of music was lab
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9 months ago
cherokeee
Troy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > To me the Roth Brock Giant album and the following > album they did were just cookie cutter frontiers > house crap. Two completely shit albums compared > to Giant. There is no comparison, even the 3rd > giant album of demos was better than the steaming > pile they tried to call Giant. Replacing Dann
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10 months ago
cherokeee
The Stealer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Well Ken Mary is credited a lot on Sahara among > other writers, which I think is their best album. > > He is an amazing drummer. > > So probably first thing Christian needs to do is > get Mary back into the band as drummer and > co-writer. > > Get some of the writers from De
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11 months ago
cherokeee
Irwin m fletcher Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yeh Andrew nice words for the master. > > I'm sure there will be plenty folk at Eddie's > funeral if possible :-( If we weren´t in the middle of this fucking pandemic there probably wouldve been some cool massive Cancer Fundraising Tribute Concert with Dave, Sammy, Gary, Mike, Alex and Wolfi
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11 months ago
cherokeee
seventhsea Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > https://youtu.be/9ilM05383kk > > The melody to the line at 0:34 ("If they made it > baby so can we") > > Possibly Keep the Faith era you probably mean that pre chorus line in THESE DAYS going "And I guess, I'd rather die than fade away"
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11 months ago
cherokeee
from Nunos recent Facebook post. Nuno Bettencourt 12 Std. · As a kid who’s life was forever altered when the needle dropped on the fade in of Running With The Devil. I dreamed that one day I could earn my own stripes. But those stripes are only and forever Edward’s. Today, 40 years later, I can only mourn those Stripes. Once upon a time in Hollywood, recently, while record
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11 months ago
cherokeee
Flet Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Andrew Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > > > There is a wealth of unreleased material > > (including new) without vocals, so maybe one > > day... > > But how do you know? Just a guess? > Don't get me wrong, it's what I want as well, so
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11 months ago
cherokeee
SPOCKS BEARD - Neal Morse HOUSE OF LORDS - Gregg Giuffria... sadly one of my favorite AOR Bands up to that point was NEVER the same after his departure :-(
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1 year ago
cherokeee
after your modest remarks about the production I expected the worst but, WOW.. that sounded surprisingly punchy and well produced, considering the HomeRecording Setup of the time. Was that 8-track some semi pro hardware or just an analogue Tape Multitracker like the noisy YAMAHA MT8X, I had to deal with at the time ? at the beginning of Exit Roots I fist thought it would be a Cover of "N
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1 year ago
cherokeee
rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > If anyone has a link for her page I’d be > grateful if you’d share it. I had a quick look > but can’t find it, unless it’s gone of > course..... here ya go... enjoy the ride ;-) https://www.facebook.com/1000Funworld
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1 year ago
cherokeee
Rachel is the ULTIMATE psycho Nutjob. The kind of "Crazy disgruntled EX" you wouldnt even wish upon your worst enemies :-D Just check out her Facebook page... its a highly entertaining dumpster fire that just keeps on giving on a daily basis... ;-)
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1 year ago
cherokeee
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > They were victims of the changing music scenario > too,let's not forget. Backlash was smack dab in > the middle of the grunge era,eh? That was a death > knell for ANY band no matter WHo was involved... > :-( T Backlash was released in Mid 1991. That was hardly "in the middle of the grunge er
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1 year ago
cherokeee
rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > The Doors (I just cannot understand what there is > to like) Haha... I TOTALLY can relate to this ! That "Light my Fire" Song being constantly on "Classic Rock" Radio already annoyed the shit out of me for years... and THEN they started playing the original Long version with that m
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