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4 days ago
rickyboy999
Irwin m fletcher Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > rickyboy999 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Easily the band at their peak > > > Well thats debatable surely. > > 1978? > 1984? > 1986? > 1991? > > All the peak I'd say. Yeah but the live shows were messy with
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7 days ago
rickyboy999
Easily the band at their peak
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10 days ago
rickyboy999
DirtyPennyIowa Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > If you know me, you know I love my music a little > hard, but not too hard. With Disturbed, I > actually like the previous 2 albums better than > this one. This one, about 6 songs sound exactly > the same to me. Its actually one of their worst > to me. > > Immortalized was their
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10 days ago
rickyboy999
Aussie Dave Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I think the metal scene has gone stale. Everything > is just all a bit meh besides the odd album. The > most frustrating thing is that bands like > Disturbed, FFDP etc that actually get some > publicity, just release the same album over and > over. And it's mostly the American bands tbh. > Co
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11 days ago
rickyboy999
TAN is very good, but has crap production. ULAK is by far their most consistent album
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11 days ago
rickyboy999
Aussie Dave Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > They aren't AC/DC who can get away with it though. > > > Draiman's voice is grating after awhile and the > riffs/songs sound all too familiar. There just > isn't any growth or change or even attempt at > sounding different. You literally only need Ten > Thousand Fists in your collection
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11 days ago
rickyboy999
Aussie Dave Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Sounds exactly the same as their last album! And > the one before. And the one before that :) No, it is nothing like their last album which was lighter and full of ballads......
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12 days ago
rickyboy999
Great album, heavy asf, chocked full of huge riffs, wayyyy better than the last album.
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12 days ago
rickyboy999
RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Biden? Frankly he's showing signs that he should > not stand for a second term. He is though, a > decent human being, and is not a repugnant > criminal who is hellbent on tearing his country > apart for selfish and ugly hate-filled reasons. > Anyone who openly supports the orange f***tard >
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13 days ago
rickyboy999
RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What is desperately sad is the rebublicunt/Alt > Right supporters baying like demented seals at the > orange crotch goblin's absurd utterances. How the > crooked bastard isn't already in prison is a > disgrace - alongside his repulsive offspring. > Defending the vile sack of shit is a reprehensi
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13 days ago
rickyboy999
Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > He's only doing it for a couple of reasons: > > - Grift more money off stupid people > - Attempt to keep himself out of prison > - Gigantic man baby ego. All President's have huge ego's. And maybe he wants to stop the horrific decline of the US. Everything the radical left touches turns to shit. And i
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13 days ago
rickyboy999
Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Not wishing to start anything here, but why should > Hilary be in prison? Oh jeez.......do some research mate...
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18 days ago
rickyboy999
Harald Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Native Sons is brilliant in every aspect...songs, > produktion and feeling, just perfect > > I've never warmed so much with Walk in The Fire, > its a different feeling maybe because of lack in > production? (at least to these ears) Agree, they should of used John Punter again. Its too slow/one p
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22 days ago
rickyboy999
HarTek Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Just see my nick to know my heroes... Although > Tony has made some great albums apart from TNT, > his band is TNT. Yeah, Norway is far, management > problems with the band, etc.,etc., but it is what > it is. He, without TNT, just do accoustic > performances playing TNT mainly. But for Ronni is >
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22 days ago
rickyboy999
Aussie Dave Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Any love for this album? Yeah Intuition is good, > bloody good, but my fave is Realized Fantasies by > a fair way too. It's still the one album of theirs > i go to when I want to hear Tony's voice. I > actually like their not so favourable material > like this and Firefly and the Give Me A Sign E
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26 days ago
rickyboy999
ActionJackson Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > This past weekend there was an 80’s gig in > Cancun with various bands. For a brief time there > was a clip on utube with Aldo doing Fantasy.( It > has been since removed).The stage was set up in > front of a pool, with maybe 25 people in their > bathing suits. I LOVE Aldo, but wow, he sounde
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30 days ago
rickyboy999
The live video's on YT from the RFO era are especially amazing......the crowd just goes ape on all the ones I've seen, you would think they were the headliner not support act for ozzy/KIss/Metallica/Bon Jovi etc..... https://youtu.be/wOgqjPY4evo What an atmosphere!
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4 weeks ago
rickyboy999
The other two new tracks are great also....
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4 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Flet Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It's gonna be DJ Ashba for sure. Would be the logical choice
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4 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Wardy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Believe the comment was directed at the band mate > nothing more but maybe I'm wrong. > > Honestly couldn't care less about Motley and > haven't done in years but can say that Mick wrote > some of the best riffs period and until am out of > breath will credit him and the Self-titled album > wi
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4 weeks ago
rickyboy999
2nd is best IMO
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Raging Heart Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > From memory, it's because of the very open drug > use - not the sexual side. Paul only ever did pot > and Gene never did anything drugs wise, hence the > description. > I don't think the constant games of 'hide the > sausage' were ever an issue Ahhh Ok.
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
I'm surprised by this......didn't think anybody was too degenerate for Kiss!
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Hollywood Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The impact of grunge was massive in the US. No > band was exempt though Bon Jovi and Def Leppard > weathered it best. > > After good sales the first few weeks Promised Land > fell like a rock. In Vegas, Building Empire sold > out a 16k arena. Promised Land tour was in a 1,200 > seat theat
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Vantheman Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > This was the 'legendary' Queensryche show I went > to at the Victoria Hall in Hanley on 7th Nov > 1988. > > Queensryche were supporting Metallica in Europe I > think, but fitted in some of their own shows in > the UK. > > It never got any better than this. > > > Queen of
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I meant regarding their audiences… They pretty > much retained their fanbase and played the same > kind venues well into the 2000s. > > Their music has constantly changed even before > Empire. Just compare “The Warning” with > “Rage for Order”. It was a difference but not as drast
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
TOUCH1980 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I have 're-psychled' one of my previous posts from > 2016 & one of the best gigs I saw Queensryche > perform... > > I didn't get to see them on either The Warning or > Rage tours although I think they only did support > slots with Dio & Bon Jovi respectively. Weirdly > the BJ slot
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I saw them for the first time on the Building the > Empires tour and therefore it was special to me > and I liked it better. > I don’t think the Grunge thing has much impact > on bands like Queensrÿche at the time, at least > not over here. Oh yes it did. Look how raw and basic their albums
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > In Germany it was basically the same. Venue size > 1000-2000, maybe a little less attended because > many GIs had already left the country by then… Did the show have that same magic as previous tour's?
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5 weeks ago
rickyboy999
So after the massive success of Empire, the frenzied anticipation of playing all of Mindcrime live on that tour.....then grunge hits, and well, something had changed - how was this tour compared to previous?
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