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4 days ago
timstar
I especially love the lyric about a "shining turd" at 34 seconds, that's really deep.
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13 days ago
timstar
Late 80s/early 90s was absolutely the best time for hard rock albums, and particularly their production. I'd heard of all of this lot but never tried Kick Tracee and Herricane Alice, both sound killer. While I'm on the subject are there any other great alt metal transition bands the likes of Saigon Kick and Love/Hate? i.e flannel shirts with guitar solos. https://xsrock.com/25-great-h
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20 days ago
timstar
Def Leppard On Through The Night. Could not find it on cassette literally anywhere so bought a new hifi with a CD player so I could listen to it. This must have been about 87/88.
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5 weeks ago
timstar
Great example. https://youtu.be/k3QMF4TGV8Q It's like, oh great, quickly followed by oh no.
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5 weeks ago
timstar
Act Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Ok .i know that we like what we like ,but it must > be something Very Very special if an unreleased > album are the best album ever recorded . One and two on my list both unreleased, yes. Lol
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5 weeks ago
timstar
Act Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Still impressive to have top 3 locked in . > Btw i did a brief listen on the album ,not an easy > listening ,they seems to be all over the place > ,funky hardrock with huge harmony vocals and some > modern rock song structures in there ,all this > based on 1 brief listen . > I must listen more before
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5 weeks ago
timstar
Act Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Havent heard the album ,but i am impressed with > the fact that you seems to have your fav albums > listed,i have tried and tried without any luck to > list my top 10 albums ever ,impossible ,way to > many to choose from . > I shall check out the album in the near future . Only the top three never cha
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5 weeks ago
timstar
fox-roxx Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It's a bit of a mixed bag for me > > some very cool moments - I think the record label > was a mess ? Hollywood records was OK. They gave the band $750,000 to build a studio and record it themselves. Only label who would, never happened before or since. I just think the record was too different,
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5 weeks ago
timstar
rarock Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > never heared about that band before. playing it > now on youtube, interesting I'd love to here what genre you would put it in as a first time listener.
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5 weeks ago
timstar
God I feel old, I vividly remember buying it, where I bought it and walking into the shop whilst it was playing. Happy Anniversary T-Ride for 19th May 1992.
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6 weeks ago
timstar
What does this Dino fella do? Just sing? Offstage? Lead vocals?
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2 months ago
timstar
Dan Arlie Oni Logan Rod Evans Tobias Gustavsson Rowan Robertson
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2 months ago
timstar
On a bit of an XYZ kick. Bought the first album as I was told it was more Dokken than Dokken. I prefer the songs on the debut but the production of Hungry. Love the first two records, the live album (only got the French version with terrible early demo), Cage and Letter to God. I'm after anything with Marc, particularly the four demo tracks on the end of the Japanese version of the li
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2 months ago
timstar
Ydde Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > is timstar's internet down I've gone off them.
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2 months ago
timstar
Ummm.....
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2 months ago
timstar
It's gotta be Hey Stoopid, right?
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2 months ago
timstar
What's the idea behind that? Treat and Black Swan already up there on the official Frontiers page. Surely not great business practise?
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2 months ago
timstar
Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What's happening Tim? New song and video.
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2 months ago
timstar
:) (Journey meets survivor with Yngwie doing the solo).
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2 months ago
timstar
If this is the last ever PF song I will be sorely disappointed. Great sentiment, mediocre song, although guitar tone is great as usual.
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2 months ago
timstar
One of my favourite albums ever as well as the 1999 album. Don't really like any other RATT apart from Nobody Rides.
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2 months ago
timstar
Depeche Mode go metal but without any guitars. Still very melodic. Might be my album of the year. https://youtu.be/IMPQafOMUCI
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3 months ago
timstar
What an incredible record. Listened to the whole thing for the first time today. I'm gonna immerse myself in this album.
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3 months ago
timstar
Absolutely no contest. This is live. https://youtu.be/kC6jqUdrRpI
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4 months ago
timstar
I like that, a lot.
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4 months ago
timstar
My guess is complications from COVID, which he was very open about having. With all his past "demons" I'm guessing his body wasn't the strongest. I'm incredibly sad about this as I've always loved DUST and he is one of my partner's favourite singers and he is always on the google box. Unique voice, great songwriter.
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4 months ago
timstar
This guy has both EPs. Apparently the Insane EP is grunge. I doubt that very much, it's probably mid 90s groovy hard rock. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TzwXPDgTrtY
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5 months ago
timstar
For me it's near perfect. The only change I would make is to move Firesign to in between Tomorrow and We Are Not OK, but it doesn't detract for me. Here is my review The “kids” have a Perfect 10 on their hands Firstly let me start my review with two relevant pieces of information. One, when I was growing up my mother always told me “nothing is perfect”. Two, I used to be the
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5 months ago
timstar
Infidel Inc. Nestor II Don Peyote Lock Up The Wolves
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5 months ago
timstar
I'm sure this will go down like a lead balloon on here but these guys are like Sisters of Mercy meets Pantera. I've listened to their two albums and they are amazing. https://youtu.be/G6on1U8imwo
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