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8 years ago
JanneStark
...when some idiot sticks his phone or (as I saw on Frontiers Rock fest) a big f**ing iPad in front of my face!!! I do not get it??!! Why the hell do you want to spend most part of the concert looking at a small phone screen instead of enjoying the full show? I have no problem with people filming our gigs either, but I do prefer to have the option to ask someone to take it down if it reflect
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8 years ago
JanneStark
Wow! Just listened to Loud Lion and man they DO sound even more Leppard than we do! Even the singer!
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8 years ago
JanneStark
What? You mean we sound like Def Leppard?? ;-) Cool that more bands are carrying the torch of Leppard! BTW. We (Grand Design) are releasing our third album in September and we'll be playing some of those new tracks on Melodic Rock Fest. And, yes, we still sound like Def Leppard! ;-) Janne/Grand Design
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8 years ago
JanneStark
Like someone said, I was given two of the songs to be featured on the compilations included in my first two books. The recordings only exist on a cassette tape owned by Ian Haugland. He gave me a "cleaned" copy of all the tracks on CD-R and I further enhanced these two tracks (Rainbow Warrior" and "Blame It On Me") Here's the correct info about the Le Baron Boys demo
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9 years ago
JanneStark
I've heard 5-6 tracks and it sounds like a killer album! If you liked Pandemonium, that is. I See Ghosts was one of my favourites. Something to look forward to indeed!
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10 years ago
JanneStark
For me it's mostly: www.CDBaby.com www.recordheaven.net www.ginza.com plus directly from bands
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10 years ago
JanneStark
Yes, and when he seamlessly switched between piano and guitar!
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10 years ago
JanneStark
Saw Butch at the Barfly, too, and man, what an entertainer!!! Stunning guy!
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10 years ago
JanneStark
Yes, Kamchatka are awesome! Their guitarist, Thomas Juneor Andersson does a guest solo on my Mountain Of Power album. Great guy and great guitarist!!
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10 years ago
JanneStark
Here's some more tips: Rufus Huff: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42IAycMYnPU Elephant Mountain: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9z8PPY8tSbc Preacher Stone: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOqwtr0ugFc Hogjaw: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAqA2sJM-qg Night Horse: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSWIbzKDDYk
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10 years ago
JanneStark
Great Clutch offspring!
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10 years ago
JanneStark
Good call! If you like King Hobo, you should also check out Per Wiberg's band Mojobone. Awesome riffy 70s hard rock! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ytlfusYKnnY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSdI9HFicsw and Danish groove rockers Blindstone: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ymd1j6NHTM&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICXVHGJC3bc&feature=related
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10 years ago
JanneStark
Yes, "Deadly Like A Rose" was a killer track. One of the gues was also in M-80 I think.
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10 years ago
JanneStark
Well, to me being a discaholic, the times I've purchased a digital song I can count on one hand (it was actually only the new Trillion demos). I feel a digital product is not a product. I need that disc! Sure, I may be old fashion, but I even still prefer vilyls to CDs. I wanna read the liner notes, song info, lyrics, production info! Look at some cool artwork! A digital release is just... a fi
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10 years ago
JanneStark
Sounds very promising! Especially I Gotsta Get Paid is a chunky rocker!
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10 years ago
JanneStark
Sure thing! GREAT album! Had this for a while! You should also check out King Kharma, Black Water Rising and Blindstone!
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10 years ago
JanneStark
Just realized I only mentioned bands that sing in their native tongue. There are of course great bands from other countries: Norway: Jack In The Box, TNT, Stage Dolls, Pagan's Mind, Rags etc Finland: Tarot, Poisonblack, Children Of Bodom Iceland: Dead Sea Italy: Il Baletto Di Bronzo, RDM, Garybaldi, Denmark: Pretty Maids, Blindstone, Dizzy Mizz Lizzy Hungary: Pataky & Slamovitz Bulga
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10 years ago
JanneStark
Without mentioning any Swedish bands, since they're not that foreign to me ;-), I'll stick with the following: Sangre Azuil (Spanish) Ocean (French) Stella Maris (Isreali) Black Panther (Chinese) Bauer Garn & Dyke (German) Kvrsk (Russian) Pentagram (now Mezarkabul) (Turkish) not forgetting all the great Japanese bands: Lazy, Bow Wow, Blood IV, Psychedelix, Flied Egg, Flower Travelin
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10 years ago
JanneStark
I HATE that singer's hysteric vibrato in the first place. This was not fun at all...
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10 years ago
JanneStark
I really dig it, too! See my review here: http://starkmusicreviews.blogspot.se/2012/03/devils-train-st-cd.html
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10 years ago
JanneStark
Recently ordered it from CDBaby. Pretty good album!
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10 years ago
JanneStark
I ordered the album from the band after recommendations here on the board. First of all, I was very disappointed it was not a real CD, but a pro-printed CD-R. Musically, I wasn't blown away either, and there were some flaws here and there, but generally it was ok. It's however tough to be just "ok" with the huge market of bands that's out there today. Just my 2 cents.
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10 years ago
JanneStark
Hmm... I kinda liked it. But then I do like BCC and Chickenfoot, as well. Being a fan of old 70s hard rock this is up my alley. I think this feels like a continuation of the last Europe album AND the Norum solo album. Not too much into the drum sound, though. Shiley's productions I feel are hit and miss. He did an awful job with the first BCC, but the second sounds much better. Bonamassa he doe
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10 years ago
JanneStark
Yes, it's mainly his vocals I don't like. Plus the fact that he's re-doing songs that were recorded before he was even in the band, feels a bit... odd. You got mail ;-)
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10 years ago
JanneStark
Those Europe songs were finished and do exist (I received them myself from Haugland, who had the original cassette) and you can even find two of them on the bonus CDs for my books "The Encyclopedia Of Swedish Hard Rock And Heavy Metal": "Rainbow Warrior" and "Blame It On Me". Killer tracks! The full tracklisting from that recording was: Talk To Me Blame It On Me
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10 years ago
JanneStark
Cool! Thanks for the tip!
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10 years ago
JanneStark
Yes, the only band I was really looking forward to was actually Steel Panther ;-)
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10 years ago
JanneStark
Unfortunate schedule clashes... :-(
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10 years ago
JanneStark
I was supposed to attend the Crüe/Leppard/Steel Panther show in Manchester on December 11, but won't be able to attend. If anyone's interested in a ticket for a good price, PM me!
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10 years ago
JanneStark
Wow, Abi was really awesome! Very versatile guy indeed!
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