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2 days ago
timstar
Just watched live in Sweden. Huge tour and album and then he was gone in the middle of it?
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15 days ago
timstar
His name is Milton B Vordahl. If you are really interested join the DBC Facebook page.
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22 days ago
timstar
Love Em Found the first album in a second hand store, took a long time to get into it but then it clicked. Lizard is great. Water is pretty good. Devil in the Details is pretty good. Never bothered with Bastards.
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23 days ago
timstar
Bassman Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Really when will this be announced who he really > is / was It is all purely circumstantial at this point but you wait and see what you think. Announced this Saturday.
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24 days ago
timstar
I know who he was. I was contacted by a Private Investigator at the weekend. The evidence is compelling and I'm 99.9% they've got him. Anyone who is following it, it's the NOT the guy revealed in the Press Conference last week, Vince Petersen. You will all know by the weekend (if you are interested).
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27 days ago
timstar
I detest modern pop but I find these three semi recent pop songs incredibly uplifting. (Pop music went to poop after the early 90s). Shoot The Moon - Shut Up and Dance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6JCLY0Rlx6Q Avicii - Wake Me Up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IcrbM1l_BoI Coldplay - Sky Full of Stars https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPRjCeoBqrI Flame on.
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7 weeks ago
timstar
1. T-Ride = II (from 1994, available in the 00s, my favourite ever album) 2. Violets Demise – Violets Demise (from 1994, available in the 00s, my second favourite ever album) 3. Nestor - Kids in a Ghost Town 4. Guns N Roses – Chinese Democracy 5. Lebrock – Fuse/Real Thing/Action & Romance EP 6. Treat – Coup De Gras 7. Ghost – Meliora 8. Farmikos – Farmikos 9. TOOL
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2 months ago
timstar
Captain Beyond, the first two albums. Armageddon
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2 months ago
timstar
Rob Lamothe in Cross Country Driver. I just hope that he/they wrote the songs and not the usual inhouse gang. It does sound like it. Could be interesting. https://youtu.be/9EEAOj8x-uA
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2 months ago
timstar
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I like it...they have a knack for writing mid-late > 70's melrock that would've been all over the radio > at that time. I had a hard enough time getting a > copy of the album tho,so this new/updated version > won't be anything I will spring for. How many > 'new' tracks are on it? T 3, one is a c
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2 months ago
timstar
Another great track.
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2 months ago
timstar
From the new deluxe album. Another corker to these ears. https://youtu.be/rZqlX9cA9O0 Even the WH cover is pretty well done.
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2 months ago
timstar
A band I have never listened to, apart from being forced to listed to "I Hate Everything About You" over and over by my old neighbour. I remember really liking a song called Milkman's Son? If they are worth listening to where do I start? I get the feeling they are better than I think.
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2 months ago
timstar
I know we do these all the time, but I was passed this and it's pretty interesting list. Apparently the rule is it must be one answer per question only but things can be repeated. This needs some serious thinking. (I'll post and then edit with answers) Singer Guitarist Bassist Drummer Keyboardist Songwriter 60s album 70s album 80s album 90s album 00s album 10s album 20s
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2 months ago
timstar
I'm sure it's the same with most of you but from Constrictor to Hey Stoopid is his pinnacle for me. I think the order would be Raise, Stoopid, Constrictor, Trash. I do like the stuff before and after (even the weird trilogy). I slso love the two Kane Roberts albums, which in theory could have been Alice records (particularly the debut,which i prefer).
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2 months ago
timstar
1984 (I love the classic six pack in reverse release order)
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3 months ago
timstar
RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Timstar - also check out the 1987 'Ricky Medlocke > & Blackfoot' album, which features Wizzard on > bass, Doug 'Bingo' Bare (keyboards) and Harold > Seay (drums) - all of Mother's Finest. It's a > genuinely fabulous Funk Rock album, but it's NOT a > Blackfoot album. It also features Liz Lari
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3 months ago
timstar
I'm looking for their heaviest and funkiest.
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3 months ago
timstar
Carpenter Brut Leather Terror Ghost Impera
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3 months ago
timstar
I've been listening to Masquerade a lot recently, the first album is melodic rock bliss and Surface of Pain is heavy groove laden brilliance. I know a lot of bands changed for the worse buy any who changed and stayed great or even changed for the better? You can even include change of band members but it must include change in style as well (any style to any other style).
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4 months ago
timstar
How do rate them? S/T - 11/10 A stone cold classic, exactly my cup of tea (synthy funk rock), was always my second favourite DRN for many years. Slam - 7/10 I literally wiped the tape listening to this but over the years I feel the songs just aren't there these days. Production is of course fantastic but apart from "I'm Lonely Please Stay" I just don't really dig it anymore
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4 months ago
timstar
I noticed it the first time I heard it. Strange sonic choice.
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4 months ago
timstar
I always wondered who was getting their hair cut in the studio whilst this was being recorded and how amazingly in time each snip is. https://youtu.be/OZGXRCI-JzQ
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5 months ago
timstar
I remember Rocknut giving me a copy of this album many, many years ago but it kinda went under the radar. What a fantastic album with absolutely my type of big, boomy production. Reminds me of XYZ and Von Groove. Any other bands sound like this, especially from the early 90s? I find a lot of these bands are let down by the vocalist, but definitely not in this case.
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5 months ago
timstar
I especially love the lyric about a "shining turd" at 34 seconds, that's really deep.
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5 months 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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6 months 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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6 months ago
timstar
Great example. https://youtu.be/k3QMF4TGV8Q It's like, oh great, quickly followed by oh no.
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6 months 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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6 months 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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