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4 days ago
Lutty
Google him
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4 days ago
Lutty
Is Terry actually Count Arthur Strong????
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6 days ago
Lutty
I’d like it to be Can Man, he was nuts
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6 days ago
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????
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7 days ago
Lutty
Great track and classic album - one of those timeless albums that never ages
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11 days ago
Lutty
Wow. Immense. Only 75 mins but having not seen a gig since February it was amazing. Jo on top form and the band were tight as a gnat’s chuff. Loved it
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11 days ago
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Love it - classic sound, big production, great vocals, great guitar work, great drumming. What’s not to love.
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12 days ago
Lutty
I bought my copy through Discogs in May at €95. There were about 6 or 7 on there then. Now there’s only one at €132!
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12 days ago
Lutty
You’ll struggle to get it anywhere for less than that. Quite rare
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15 days ago
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I really like those 2 on Empire and Della Brown is also great. The version on the Coptic live DVD is sublime
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15 days ago
Lutty
I saw that but it also mentions the forthcoming Slip of the Tongue remix, which has only just been done.
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16 days ago
Lutty
Not ruined, but Frontiers by Journey would have been much better with Ask The Lonely instead of Back Talk
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16 days ago
Lutty
Hells Bells??!!! You’re surely having a laugh.......
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17 days ago
Lutty
I’d struggle to choose between Neal Schon, Steve Lukather, David Gilmour and EVH
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17 days ago
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Totally agree Preacher. The original Livecrime is one of the best music video’s ever IMO - Mindcrime at the Moore is nowhere near it in any sense. I saw the Mindcrime I &II tour at Newcastle City Hall in 2008. It was actually pretty good
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18 days ago
Lutty
I’d say they warmed up with Mindcrime then made the all time classic Empire
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18 days ago
Lutty
Thanks - just ordered
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22 days ago
Lutty
Love them all - I especially love Vinyl Confessions
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22 days ago
Lutty
Album - Long Live Rock & Roll Rainbow
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23 days ago
Lutty
But.....RoR is the worst of the proper Perry era albums but quite a long way. It’s good but it’s no Infinity, Evolution, Departure, Escape or Frontiers. By proper I don’t include TBF which came after a long hiatus.
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23 days ago
Lutty
Wow. Now there’s a surprise. Fantastic
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23 days ago
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It was the inspiration for that song. The box set is great with some really good alternative songs like Velvet Curtain and the acoustic piece on La Raza Del Sol. The two instrumental tracks at the end are fabulous and I’d love to hear them played live.
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23 days ago
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I wasn’t overly enamoured with The Rock Album, but this is surprisingly good. Some great remixes and new additions to the songs and the album is sequenced really well. A nice piece of work.
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26 days ago
Lutty
Some standout releases so far BOC Fish Black Stone Cherry Kansas Black Swan Harem Scarem FM Gotthard
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27 days ago
Lutty
Bugger. Absolute legend
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29 days ago
Lutty
Easily....unfortunately
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29 days ago
Lutty
Nice job - great to see the reviews back in anger
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29 days ago
Lutty
There’ll all listed on a spreadsheet Summary 406 bands over 356 gigs at 73 different venues Year with most gigs 1980 (25) Most visited venue Birmingham Odeon (76) Most seen bands Journey (21) Whitesnake (13) FM (12) Foreigner, Magnum, UFO (10) Styx & Thin Lizzy (9) Judas Priest & Toto (8) Def Leppard, Dream Theater, Rush (7)
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30 days ago
Lutty
Here’s a different list. I went to my first gig in 1977, so what’s your best gig of the following years to compare 1977 - Rainbow Stafford 1978 - Van Helen supporting Sabbath Birmingham 1979 - Led Zeppelin Knebworth 1980 - Journey London 1981 - Styx Stafford 1982 - Whitesnake Birmingham 1983 - Thin Lizzy Birmingham 1984 - Queen Birmingham 1985 - Bon Jovi Birmingham 1986 - Sag
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