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11 years ago
Hank Moody
I like it. Has the CD been released yet?
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
The new Night Ranger really is a great CD. Been spinning it a lot.
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
Thanks for posting this!
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
I was at the M3 Festival in the States last weekend and they were on the bill. Didn't see them though. Too early a start. Didn't walk in until an hour or two after they finished their set.
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
"Hank's Theme" by Tree Adams
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
I'm looking forward to Ripper Owens and some of the guys from Dio's band touring soon as a tribute. RIP RJD
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
"Make Love Like A Man" is simply an embarrassing song with putrid lyrics and they play it every tour now it seems like. This band has lost their way.
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
Hurtsmile a song from VH III by Hurtsmile with Gary Cherone
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
Why did the put "Make Love Like A Man" on this and not "Stagefright"?
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
The clips are ok. Not feeling it personally for a variety of reasons. Better than their last by the numbers release though.
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
They have somebody they want and it is not this guy.
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
I'm interested in this.
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
I have all their albums/CD's but will most likely never get the chance to see them since I live in the U.S. Just a classy band with a monumental catalog of music.
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
Didn't like it on the first spin, but hopefully it will grow on me. Way too early to tell.
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
Walls Fall Down by Waysted
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
Their last 3 or 4 CD's have been real gems. Terrific stuff!
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
No use for Leppard after the first 3 albums which were hard rock classics. They totally lost their edge and any appeal they to me beginning with Hysteria.
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
Ronnie James Dio Ted Nugent Freddie Mercury Alice Cooper JSS Rob Zombie
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
I agree to a point Todd. The problem with these summer tours here in the states is the setup. Opening band = 6 songs = only hits Co-headliner = An hour to an hour + 10 minutes = usually greatest hits Headliner = 90 minutes = Greatest hits + 1 maybe Then you pay $150 U.S. Rather see each band in a theater or club by themselves with a full setlist.
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
My only thing about package tours is that the 3rd band on the bill is usually a good one and winds up playing 6 songs tops. A necessary evil these days, which I get. Just seems one of the better bands gets shortchanged and the ticket prices are high.
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
Some would say the current version of Boston is a tribute band. 1st 2 albums were magic!
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
Haven't seen them since the Destiny tour. Wish they would play the states more often.
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
23. Turisas
I saw a video of the Sonisphere Festival from last year. Are any of you familiar with this band? They dress like warriors from Braveheart. I'm not sure what I thought of them. The music is very melodic with a vocalist who sounds like he was gargling with razorblades. I think I might of actually liked it.
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
Glad to hear he's ok. My first thought was that it was a medical issue.
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
Rainbow - Bent Out Of Shape
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
Paul Stanley - 1978 solo album Billy Joel - Glass Houses Magnum - Wings Of Heaven Boston - 1st Album Van Halen - 1st Album Anything that crazy Ted Nugent Plays Night Ranger - Greatest Hits Styx - Paradise Theatre
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11 years ago
Hank Moody
Ace and Paul's 1978 solo albums are both classics.
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