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7 days ago
Big Al
The new version of the album is so much better than the already excellent original, much beefier and with powerful vocals that show he's developed over the last 8 years. Stunning.
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19 days ago
Big Al
SO hard to get excited by them, it's just another Ten track/album that will be pretty good and nothing more
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29 days ago
Big Al
I like him but that was a load of oul' shite Emo Bowie
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4 weeks ago
Big Al
In Bristol it was Enuff Znuff (missed them) and The Treatment (excellent)
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4 weeks ago
Big Al
Awesome album and they were awesome live at the weekend
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6 weeks ago
Big Al
voiceofbabylon Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Big Al, I would love to know if that opening > scream on "Transgressor" is for real or just > studio trickery. nice one, i'll include that
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7 weeks ago
Big Al
Great new track from the album which i can confirm is the best for years. Going to be interviewing Michael Sweet, if anyone has any questions I'd love to hear 'em, but nothing on religion please. Same Old Story - Stryper
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8 weeks ago
Big Al
Great song, embarrassing video
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2 months ago
Big Al
Actually saw Vega, It Bites and FM. Amazing line up
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2 months ago
Big Al
Julian H Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Is there any confirmation on whether it's just > ZP's vocal that have been redone or are any newly > written songs? ZP did do a couple but it wasn't working. Erik came in and all the songs were written, but he is now helping write for the next album. For full details see the big ass interview with Snake
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2 months ago
Big Al
ANother advance listen, this time from new Indian (Nagaland) band About Us. I seriously didn't know what to expect, as I've personally never heard Indian AOR, and associate the place with more, well, traditional stuff and Bollywood songs. Really smooth AOR with nice, widdly guitars, this lot are going to gain a lot of fans, I think - I'm one of em! New SIngle "Right Now"
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2 months ago
Big Al
Totally understand that. Maybe it's because I'm not so much of an Autograph fan. Nothing wrong with their music but I never followed them.
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2 months ago
Big Al
This is an interesting one, as it's sure not the band everyone remembers from the good ol' days. The only original member here is bassist Randy Rand, who sadly passed earlier this year but apparently wanted this album released. SO if we're honest it's Autograph in name only (a fake autograph?) but I've had one listen to the album (out November on Frontiers). Verdict: A really solid melod
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2 months ago
Big Al
No problem, it's a fantastic album and the unreleased stuff does not disappoint
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2 months ago
Big Al
krisondrums Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Is that Sam Blue? Always been curious about this > band. check the lead single out - it's a stunning pop rocker that should have been massive Ya Ya - "When The World Cried"
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2 months ago
Big Al
I used to have this on cassette, never found a CD copy, so I ordered the new version from Melodic Rock Though the CD isn't out yet, ANdrew did send a download link so I could listen to it, and it's as brilliant as I remember, very light pop rock with some fantastic melodies. The second CD is also well worth the money, with some more excellent tracks that never saw the light of day. Just
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2 months ago
Big Al
very hgappy to just see SKid Row, with the best singer they've had
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3 months ago
Big Al
It's awesome compared to Bobby Kimball. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HSvWSYgSM-g
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3 months ago
Big Al
Winger were, for me, simply a bonus. SKid Row with Erik will blow you away, and the new album is as good as the first. Keep your tickets, stop moaning and enjoy the show
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3 months ago
Big Al
Seen them a few times since Stewart died, they seem to be the butlins house band these days. Always entertaining, and the vocalist does indeed do a great job, though the guitarist does all the talking (and very funny he is, too). If you've ever been a fan you won't be disappointed
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3 months ago
Big Al
As usual, they were brilliant Everytime: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpT6B3wUGP0 Bad Luck: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fb1OtT5yDVk
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3 months ago
Big Al
Terraplane REALLY changed for Moving Target, but I enjoy it just as much as the debut
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3 months ago
Big Al
Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Well, pointing out the "OTT nature" is not > prudery. ;-) > > Calling this "porn" or "pimping out" or her being > "objectified" is. > > As always, no one has to watch it - there is an > audio only version on you tube, as well. It's not prudery,
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3 months ago
Big Al
Sounds like a decent Francis Dunnery song. Nice video.
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3 months ago
Big Al
I bloody love Chez Kane, fantastic voice and a perfect 80s style partnership with Danny Rexon. This video, though, is shit. She doesn't need the tits and ass shots, the shorts up her crack and all that. She's a strong, fun, attractive woman that does not need to be pimped out like this. She can still be sexy without being totally objectified, a terrible decision on her part to go along with
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4 months ago
Big Al
5150 all day long. Skyscraper a much closer fight.
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4 months ago
Big Al
Absolutely their best yet, which takes some doing! Kickstart The Sun review
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