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6 days ago
Aussie Dave
Also rans?? I'm proud of the music that has come out of this area of the world. From the mid 70s to the early 90s was a great period for Aus/NZ scene. I think like most music, growing up in that region makes you appreciate it more.
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6 days ago
Aussie Dave
Birds Of Tokyo, Dean Lewis, Cold Chisel, Keith Urban, Orianthi, Vanishing Point, Noiseworks, Black Sorrows, John Farnham, 1927, BB Steal, DeMont, Screaming Jets, Airbourne, The Poor, The Angels, Choirboys, Meshiaak, Lord, Cyclone Tracy, Roxus, Powderfinger, Jimmy Barnes, Australian Crawl, Baby Animals, Hoodoo Guru's, Rose Tattoo, Horsehead, Skyhooks, Living End, Boom Crash Opera, Grinspoon, Wolfm
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7 days ago
Aussie Dave
In this day and age with electronic tracking with emails etc the truth will come out. Dino is a talented singer. Hopefully he bounces back somewhere in a decent band. Just curious, is the label or the band expected to provide the artwork etc for an album? I thought both would work together with that sort of stuff, but maybe not?
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10 days ago
Aussie Dave
That's Madness. The music industry has gone the way of the dinosaur. Just makes you lose interest in buying new releases when it's getting harder and harder to buy.
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12 days ago
Aussie Dave
It's just crap that the two biggest (well for me anyway) rock albums in recent times in Mammoth and Levara are both impossible to find in this country. At least JB has Levara listed. It's just awaiting stock. Only a few weeks late. But they don't even have Mammoth as listed. This is the biggest music chain store in Australia that is just not even getting it in stock. I actually went to the store
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12 days ago
Aussie Dave
And people wonder why there is illegal downloading! It's ridiculous. I'm just trying to track down the normal version of this album. No one in this country seems to have it available. That's crazy considering we've waited months and months for it to be released, and then we can't even buy it in Australia. So will have to wait weeks for it to arrive and pay twice the price than if it was relea
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21 days ago
Aussie Dave
Although i don't think this album is amazing(it's ok), i think fans of these late 80s early 90s bands would love more of these artists/labels releasing vinyl from their back catalogue. As long as the price is decent..
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21 days ago
Aussie Dave
He's cooked mate. You won't find a bigger Crue fan than me, but the guy has been getting progressively worse since the mid 90s. His last couple of tours have been god awful. He mumbles, forgets lyrics or holds the mic out for the crowd to sing. He's had 18 months to get his body and voice into shape and the first gig he does his voice blows out and he leaves his band on stage holding their di
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22 days ago
Aussie Dave
I'd be selling my ticket if i had one to their double postponed stadium tour. This guy can't get through a pub gig let alone a stadium tour without him falling apart. Guaranteed they play backing tracks the whole tour. Couldn't have this embarrassment every night. I love the Crue, but it's over. They tried to make $$ riding on the coattails of the Dirt like Queen did with Bohemian Rhapsody, b
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22 days ago
Aussie Dave
Not bad. I'll check out more. Do they have an album out?
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22 days ago
Aussie Dave
Exactly. Just thought it was a shit title.
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23 days ago
Aussie Dave
It's a solid record made by some great musicians. A few standout tracks that i revisit. Solid 8/10 album, not an out and out classic IMO.
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23 days ago
Aussie Dave
Never understood the love for Temple of the Dog or Mother Love Bone. For me this is where music took a massive nose dive.
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23 days ago
Aussie Dave
Agreed. The full title is not bad, but the abbreviated title is a stinker!!! They probably thought the full name is a mouthful, when in fact the abbreviated one is worse to try and say...
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23 days ago
Aussie Dave
What does ATBPO stand for? Horrible album title..
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23 days ago
Aussie Dave
A blues lick and Dave narrating/singing. It's like a warm comfortable place that I'm happy to visit...
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23 days ago
Aussie Dave
The US is a dumpster fire right now. Leadership is at an all time low across the board. People have just lost respect for authority, with reason mind you, and it's causing so much unrest and angst. Considering I was contemplating moving there pre-covid, I think I dodged a bullet, literally...
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24 days ago
Aussie Dave
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24 days ago
Aussie Dave
Yep, instant buy for me this one..
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24 days ago
Aussie Dave
Fantastic album. Great sound, fun songs, and a reminder to most younger bands on how it's done! Awesome stuff..
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27 days ago
Aussie Dave
I must be on my own that I find the first two singles a bit meh? I think I've struggled with every release since the debut as it was that great! Danger Zone for me was the only album that got remotely close to the quality of the debut. If this wasn't called Hardline, maybe I'd like it a bit more. I know that sounds strange. Johnny sounds as good as ever though..
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27 days ago
Aussie Dave
Song is pretty good. I really like how Dee has gone the more metal route. His voice holds up better than most of his contemporaries tbh. The heavy sound suits his voice. His last album was great, so hoping the new one matches it..
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4 weeks ago
Aussie Dave
Yeah this guy is seriously good. Kind of a mix between Living Colour, heavy Lenny Kravitz and a 90's grunge band. I loved the song Take Me Away. He's what Daughtry should be doing tbh..
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4 weeks ago
Aussie Dave
Another winner from Wolf! Shaping up to be a killer album!
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4 weeks ago
Aussie Dave
1. Powerage 2. Highway To Hell 3. Back In Black 4. The Razor's Edge 5. Flick Of The Switch Sub Poll 1. Powerage 2. Highway To Hell 3. High Voltage Least Favourite: Fly On The Wall
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4 weeks ago
Aussie Dave
Big Game is my go to album from WL. I love how it's not pristine like Mane Attraction or as poppy as Pride. If My Mind Is Evil is an entity on it's own really and a move away from cheesy melodic rock. The album isn't perfect, and I think that's what I love about it. It's not saccharine and it's a slightly oddball album in their catalogue. The cover of 'Radar Love' is a beauty, the opener 'Goin' H
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5 weeks ago
Aussie Dave
I honestly think this sort of thing used to happen all the time in bands we know and love, but these days it gets played out all over social media. Also bands were assigned to labels back in the day who had management sorting this sort of stuff out. So we never heard about a lot of it, or there were professionals handling it all keeping it hush hush. Even if news got out, it would take weeks, mon
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5 weeks ago
Aussie Dave
Been on a downhill slope ever since he got booted. Alec John Such was clearly the most talented in the band..
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5 weeks ago
Aussie Dave
WTF? How dumb! Just got momentum and made a brilliant debut album and then they pull this dick move. Big blow for our genre as well as these guys could have brought back some love for our music.
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