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8 days ago
Melodinikos_74
Used to love it when it came out but haven't been able to listen to it ever since I found out the drums were pads.
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26 days ago
Melodinikos_74
Many years ago my mum told me I had a cousin coming from America for a few weeks to work. I found it weird but whatever......mum is an immigrant Greek who often skips details or glosses over things and I love her for it. Turns out my "cousin" was Derek Sherinian and he was touring with Alice Cooper on the Trash tour!
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27 days ago
Melodinikos_74
1. Defenders of the Faith 2. Screaming for Vengeance 3. Hell Bent for Leather 4. Sad Wings of Destiny 5. Stained Class
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8 weeks ago
Melodinikos_74
1. High n Dry 2. Pyromania 3. Slang 4. Hysteria 5. Adrenalize
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2 months ago
Melodinikos_74
Awesome thanks for doing this. Can I suggest the next band you do it for be Pink Cream 69?
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2 months ago
Melodinikos_74
Love it mate. Cassidy's vocal is 100% on point here.
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2 months ago
Melodinikos_74
Must be an Australian thing mate. I don't get this band either.
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2 months ago
Melodinikos_74
RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Not over keen on her voice, however, there is no > denying she has talent. I know you're not having a dig at her but to be fair we should bear in mind that she's only 18 so her voice still has a lot a development left in it. I have no doubt she'll have an excellent and powerful vocal range as her voice natur
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2 months ago
Melodinikos_74
This is shaping up to be the Jovi "2020" of 2021.
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3 months ago
Melodinikos_74
Great stuff Stevie! The band is looking and sounding great. As for Danny's vocals.....just wow!
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3 months ago
Melodinikos_74
It's possible to not like his political views but still like his art. Even though I think his political views are dangerous and wrong, Double Live Gonzo is still my favourite ever live record.
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3 months ago
Melodinikos_74
Apparently the promoters said just the fireworks alone cost $1.5M During the Livestream the maximum number of people that were watching was 11K (there was a counter in the top left corner). Let's assume they paid for the cheapest option $40 each. That only really leaves $440K in "ticket sales". Right there alone is at least a $1M shortfall. Add in how much it cost to setup, promot
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3 months ago
Melodinikos_74
Not melodic rock but a true pioneer for many of the newer breed of metal fans. This is from the Nuclear Blast FB page... We mourn the death of Alexi Laiho ! One of the most renowned guitarists in the world, Alexi Laiho, has passed away. The musician, most notably known as the front man of Children Of Bodom, died in his home in Helsinki, Finland, last week. Laiho had suffered from long-te
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3 months ago
Melodinikos_74
Nope...massive failure financially
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7 months ago
Melodinikos_74
I might be in the minority but I'm glad CC had nothing to do with Native Tongue. For me, musically, that's the best Poison album. Richie Kotzen bought so much to the band not only as a guitarist but also in the songwriting and background vocals especially.
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10 months ago
Melodinikos_74
16. Tool
Enough said....
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10 months ago
Melodinikos_74
I stopped watching that guy ranking the Europe albums after he had Prisoners In Paradise as his worst record in the catalogue.
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10 months ago
Melodinikos_74
If the average price on discogs is $300, I doubt you'll get it for anywhere near $50 anywhere (unless its a bootleg). Sorry mate, prices are out of control for some artists nowadays.
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11 months ago
Melodinikos_74
Always thought he was an @sshole. This just confirmed it. https://www.facebook.com/paulrodgersofficial/videos/2831607610293814/
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1 year ago
Melodinikos_74
chrisbrooks Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Wardy Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > I wasn't convinced at the time but word from > > couple mates back in early 90's was that they > > supported Bon Jovi in Melbourne (I think it > was, > > seem to think they hit NZ too or something?)
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1 year ago
Melodinikos_74
Stuart was a great friend of mine for many years. This one hurts folks. I saw him not too long ago and knew we both knew it was the last time we'd see or speak to eachother. I'm broken but take solace in the fact that he's not hurting any longer... RIP Chet
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1 year ago
Melodinikos_74
Why wouldn't you be happy with Scorpions closing the show? They are a much bigger draw here in Oz and also a much better live band. As much as I love Whitesnake, DC is one step away from being a Paul Stanley. His voice is totally shot.
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1 year ago
Melodinikos_74
Big Everton fans apparently but maybe they just appreciated seeing a color other than black at a gig for once ... haha
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1 year ago
Melodinikos_74
Ydde Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > for a second i thought this thread was about one > of Klopp's off season signings I wore a Liverpool top to one of their shows here in Melbourne a few years ago. The two brothers picked it out in the crowd and were giving me the thumbs-up all night.
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1 year ago
Melodinikos_74
Excellent .... I know I'm in the minority here but i prefer D2 with Paul than Ted any day of the week. I like Ted but I LOVE Paul's vocals. Compare the Cockroach album with Ted on one disc and Paul on the other....no contest for me!
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1 year ago
Melodinikos_74
That he prefers a drum machine to a real drummer because nothing can beat a machine and he gets a sex feeling from a drum machine......Holy shit, someone needs to check him/her into a mental health facility ASAP.
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2 years ago
Melodinikos_74
HPSUACE Wrote: > Wow...when was the first time you saw them>> 1988 London touring on the Ram It Down album. I was 14.
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2 years ago
Melodinikos_74
Ydde Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Melodinikos_74 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > > I've seen them on every Oz tour since painkiller > > > Every Australian Priest tour has been since > Painkiller...the first one being with Ripper True. I should have included that I have seen t
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2 years ago
Melodinikos_74
Great song but nowhere near as good as this one! Too bad they couldn't SPUR themselves onto winning this morning. It really was a "very average result"or (VAR) if you think about it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OV5_LQArLa0
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2 years ago
Melodinikos_74
He was awesome at Download here in Australia last month! If anyone is debating whether or not to see Priest on this tour, just do it! I've seen them on every Oz tour since painkiller and whilst he "has"sounded better back in the day, he still manages to pull off a hell of a show and didn't struggle with those high notes at all last month.
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