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It’s a LA GUNS, it’s sounds like them, it’s short and snappy and is a lot better than some of the LA bands of the era clinging onto life. I like it. As for Phil Lewis, he’s got a unique style and delivery. You know it’s him the second you hear him. He’s got that rawness that sometimes, although not “like him” per se, reminds me of John Lydon. There’s a punky edge to him which I
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2 days ago
Scott
In that article he says nothing about a VAN HALEN “band” anniversary show etc. Merely a comment on his relationship with AVH, which they have acknowledged. Another dose of daily shit parading as music journalism. Pure click bait.
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26 days ago
Scott
This article has been doing the rounds, and as others elsewhere have noted, where does it say Kiss “booted” him off of the tour for being shit etc ? In another longer article, Gene goes on to say DLR simply hasn’t reconnected with the band/managers etc and taken up the option to rejoin the tour. BIG difference. Kiss may have now cancelled their end of the contract for that reason, an
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27 days ago
Scott
It’s probably this! If you buy the “Jam Tracks” edition from RatPack, you get the entire record without the guitar solos. It’s then you can really hear that these are “songs”, and not just instrumental ideas. The JAM TRACKS are the full, fully produced album for you to let-loose and play over. A very cool idea by Lynch and the label.
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28 days ago
Scott
Exactly. UFO did it die 3 consecutive albums with Vinnie Moore. Monkey, Visitor and Seven Deadly all..overall sound awful. Like you say, how they don’t hear what we hear is beyond me. Then they got it right…finally with Conspiracy. MAIDEN is the same. I think Arry pulls the punches here. Just listen to the crap called BRITISH LION. He was talking that up like it was something really speci
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28 days ago
Scott
He has said the tracks in their early form were the basis for a new LYNCH NOB album, and he sent it out to a few guys to see what they could do. But no one really came up with stuff he liked and he held it back. Then someone suggested talking them the instrumental route. So it’s got plenty of song structure flavour to it. It is good. The lead single / track released is possible the worst!! Som
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29 days ago
Scott
More MAIDEN by numbers. No real hook, no inspiring riff. Crap chorus. DULL. CRAP.
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4 weeks ago
Scott
Thanks
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4 weeks ago
Scott
Yes..the original is very quiet. Sounds good, but quiet. I know LEAN INTO IT has had the remaster treatment, it had the big singles…but I can’t seem to find a remaster CD of the debut. For me, it’s a classic must have when/if it’s available.
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4 weeks ago
Scott
Guys.. I’m being a lazy twat! Google may yield the answer….but thought I’d ask here. Has the Mr.BIG debut album been remastered at all? I’m sure Japan has had a slew of re-releases. I just searched on a music steaming page for the Rock and Roll Over, and it had in brackets, remastered version. Have I missed a release of this killer debut as a remaster, like Rock Candy or something?
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5 weeks ago
Scott
Been to see IRON MAIDEN on a couple Of their new Bruce-Era tours, and walked out of both. Boring, songs too long, crowd doing the football “woooo oooohh” chant to everything and the insistence of playing virtually all new album / recent material. By comparison, went to one or two of the Clive Burr benefits and they were on fire. Lots of classics and more old school IM. Loved the band
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6 weeks ago
Scott
M SCHENKER. The guy is a complete arse of a person.
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7 weeks ago
Scott
Love BLONDIE.
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2 months ago
Scott
Dull, boring, too long, uninspired, auto-pilot run of the mill latter day MAIDEN. They desperately need a set of fresh ears, an objective ear that can keep it MAIDEN, but bring something fresh and magical to their sound. This lacks any real dynamics and well, just go play the singles circa 80-95-ish, then listen to this. They were a great band, and if this as a lead single is indicative of the
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2 months ago
Scott
PREMONITION is a classic. Take You On A Saturday is perhaps there best Bickler era track. Before they went a little more “fluffy”, this showed they could compete with the best rock bands out there.
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2 months ago
Scott
It’s sounds Ok, and to be fair to them, kudos for not going the obvious route and doing all the usual standards. I think unable to tour, they just wanted to give fans something more.
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3 months ago
Scott
It’s amazes me how these things sell out within 10 seconds of the shop opening, and appear on eBay with some sellers having multiple copies. I’m sure many shops do go in the spirit of the day and it’s rules, but it must be some are in on the scalping.
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3 months ago
Scott
I read somewhere a long time ago, a lot of copies were returned by customers, think the tape was stretched or the record warped.
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3 months ago
Scott
I’m seeing loads of info but nothing to remastered. Ta again.
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3 months ago
Scott
Interesting. Thanks for that info. Ardian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > All materials on the White Lion box set were newly > remastered by Andy Pearce. So that includes Mane > Attraction. > > Edit: oops sorry I thought you meant the Mane > Attraction on the box set. As for Music on CD > release, nope, I don't think that one
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3 months ago
Scott
Guys… Anyone know if the MUSIC ON CD re-issue of Mane Attraction (2019) is remastered? I can’t seem to any definite word on it. Anyone got it that can say?
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3 months ago
Scott
I hope the album is better. This…like many of the FRONTIERS stuff this last 5 years is sounding very “on autopilot”. You can have too much of a good thing! I don’t know who much FRONTIERS is driving the end project or if these guys and others of their quality get reasonable freedom, but the genre is in danger in my opinion. A lot indistinguishable product. A lot of second rate writi
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3 months ago
Scott
I like it. A bit of Bowie, some nods to peers Depeche Mode. They’ve always played about sonically. Great song and has the classic DD hallmarks. No complaints here. The LP is reportedly quite varied. One thing you get with DD is whilst they do change sounds album fo album, the DNA of their classic traits remains. If only some of the melodic bands could take a lead from their book.
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4 months ago
Scott
It’s quite astonishing, that at 73 or 74...he pops up “cold” and sings Back In fuckin” Black! Notoriously one of the hardest songs in rock to sing. He’s not on tour. His throat isn’t in road shape etc. Cold, gets up and does a good job. There’s not many singers in their 30s that can do that. He’s great. Down to earth and genuinely appreciates his life and position with fans.
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4 months ago
Scott
If it had had the FULL rock bug production, a lot of it would’ve been good. But the production, mix and end product is just awkward. The vocals sit so awkwardly in the mix. I rarely play it, But would be curious to hear a good remix.
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5 months ago
Scott
He’s an amazing musician. For me, after the brilliant MOGG / WAY “Chocolate Box” album in.. was it 98? (I forget). I was and still are surprised that Mogg didn’t choose him to be UFO’s full time guitarist. The MOGG / WAY album was pretty much UFO in all but name. The equally good $IGN OF 4 album he did with Phil Mogg was a great vehicle to show case a new side to Mogg. Vinnie Moore has
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5 months ago
Scott
I never connected with HITS, it was too long and with a bunch of filler the record seemed to just not hit the spot. Had they shaved it down to 10 or 11 tracks, it may have had a totally different impact. I thought as a whole, REVENGE was a much stronger album and the whole “package”, image, cover and music worked. No doubt Vinnie Vincent’s writing also helped. VV may be a idiot of a pers
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5 months ago
Scott
...but it’s interesting to play the first album straight after this one. It somehow seems to have helped me click a little more with some of the songs i found not so immediate. Maybe a revisit is due.
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5 months ago
Scott
Check this form a. taste of the more DOKKEN-esq vibe. Kinda Unchain The Night-ish with a Dream Warriors-like chorus. CRANK IT UP... https://youtu.be/VR9vvFA6mxA
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