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4 months ago
MetalWarrior85
Supposedly they reunited with Clifford in 2010 and nothing ever came of it. Hope something happens this time around.
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4 months ago
MetalWarrior85
I like this album, but prefer the debut. I do think that this album would appeal more to the masses though. There's more uptempo songs on it. There's plenty of variety between the albums and Scott is a fantastic singer.
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5 months ago
MetalWarrior85
Dio - Magica tour April 2000 KISS - Farewell tour 7/8/00. Had 5th row center seats. Also, rock the nation tour in 2004 with Poison and Z02 opening. Great show. Heaven and Hell in 2007 and 2009 (the latter being Dio's 3rd to last show). Never would have known what he was struggling with at the time. Avantasia - Ghostlights and moonglow tours Lee Aaron (2/16/19)
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6 months ago
MetalWarrior85
Motley Crue in 2005 with Sum 41 opening
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You will,bro-- if/when they release that live dvd. > But-- with a new singer,guessing that won't happen > now til later on down the road. How much are > flights to the UK these days? :-( T I usually see flights going for around $1k give or take. Add a hotel in there and you have an expensive trip. I
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
Sounds good to me. Manzi was going to be very difficult to replace regardless. That said, I think they'll put on a good live show wherever they go. I'm in the US...just hoping I'll get the chance to see them one day.
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
Awesome news. I'll be picking this one up for sure. I found a torrent of Just a Taste years ago. Pretty low quality as expected, but good songs nonetheless. Glad it's getting a proper release. Electric Rattlebone seems to be more scarce now too so this is a plus. Have always preferred Blackeyed Susan to Britny Fox.
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
Rural mail carrier with the US postal service (12 yrs down, 24 to go) and I'm also a real estate agent (better known to some as a Realtor) on a part time basis.
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
These guys are great! Loved the first 2 albums (especially Scarecrow) and am really looking forward to this one.
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1 year ago
MetalWarrior85
Definitely would like to preorder it, but shipping to the US is a lot. 22 pounds. Will be buying the album when it comes out, but not for $43 and change.
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2 years ago
MetalWarrior85
Haven't heard the 2nd album yet. The first one is pretty darn good. Always liked the bonus track "Mexican Radio." Got it as a random purchase. Someone was selling a 6 CD lot on ebay and the Poley/Rivera album was one of them. This was before the MR reissue.
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2 years ago
MetalWarrior85
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Nice! Very impeccable live version! Did anyone see > them at MRFest US earlier this year? Was wondering > what kind of set they cooked up.... T https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/fm/2018/home-bar-arlington-heights-il-4bec474a.html Setlist from MRf5 USA. I was there and could not have been more thrilled to
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3 years ago
MetalWarrior85
59%? Ouch...I'd lean more towards the mid 80s. Some very strong tracks and there are some that I find forgettable. Must be a difference of tastes as there are a good number of albums Andrew rates on the lower end that I like vs the ones he rates higher. All good in the end.
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3 years ago
MetalWarrior85
Saw Z02 opening for Kiss and Poison in 2004. I enjoyed their rather short set, but it was unreasonably loud. I'm mostly ok with the noise except when it causes distortion. Nowadays, I usually try not to get too close to the speakers at GA shows for that reason and always wear earplugs.
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3 years ago
MetalWarrior85
I saw them a few weeks ago. It was a great show. They played "1992" as well as "everybody needs a little trouble" from the new album. Given the situation with Pat Torpey, I'm glad he was out there with them too. Hoping for the best with him.
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4 years ago
MetalWarrior85
I loved it on the first listen. Thought it was quite an improvement over Mystery of Time which was hit or miss for me. Agree w/Terry. Need to be in the right mood.
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4 years ago
MetalWarrior85
Second what Tony said. Check your trash folder. As long as you didn't delete it from there as well, it should be there. Not sure where you ordered from, but usually you can still view the ticket online if it was sent via email.
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4 years ago
MetalWarrior85
I like it. Loved inside the vertigo and prefer the heavier side to the stuff like WET. My first exposure to you was through the stuff with yngwie and axel rudi pell followed by talisman.
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4 years ago
MetalWarrior85
I'd agree that it isn't as "instant" as the debut, although it has grown on me to where I like it more than the debut.
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5 years ago
MetalWarrior85
Aside from Let's Go, Man Enough, and Energized I really like this album. I really like the variety in the songs. Listened to it every day for about a week and now I'm down to maybe a couple spins a week, but that doesn't take anything away from it.
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5 years ago
MetalWarrior85
Quite a few great songs used in the show! Been watching it since it started airing.
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5 years ago
MetalWarrior85
Honestly, I'm not interested unless it was somehow going to be Bickler fronting them going forward. Otherwise, retire the name.
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5 years ago
MetalWarrior85
Survivor - Premonition My favorite album from them
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5 years ago
MetalWarrior85
RAMSAY Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Two Questions: > > 1: Where are you all listening to this? > > 2: What, apart from being in a big book type > thing, does the deluxe version have that's worth > stumping up the extra cash for? It's on youtube. That aside, one would assume a torrent. I am in no way an advocate for the ille
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5 years ago
MetalWarrior85
Wasn't a fan when it came out aside from "your great escape." Loved it when I revisited it recently. Not a bad album in the bunch from them.
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5 years ago
MetalWarrior85
I think it's a good album, but to me their debut will always be #1.
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5 years ago
MetalWarrior85
Love Maiden, but for me Brave New World was the last album that was worthwhile as a whole.
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5 years ago
MetalWarrior85
My first exposure to JSS was the albums with Yngwie and Axel Rudi Pell. Have always preferred the heavier side myself. I suppose the Takara albums would fall under the more melodic side and I enjoy those as well. W.E.T on the other hand while the albums have some good stuff on them are just not for me. Rambling aside, I dug Inside the Vertigo right away. JSS as usual sounds great on the al
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5 years ago
MetalWarrior85
I pre-ordered this one after hearing the samples. Can't base judgment on that alone, but I get the feeling I'll dig this one a bit more than "bleed & scream." I also thought "are you ready to rock" was better.
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