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jaysw
Yeah - have loved all the tunes released over the past year in advance of the album and will looking forward to hearing it in full over the weekend. Good luck with it Stevie - hope you get the success you deserve. Jay
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24 days ago
jaysw
Queensryche - Operation Mindcrime Bon Jovi - New Jersey Def Leppard - Pyromania Harem Scarem - Mood Swings Motley Crue - Shout At The Devil Scorpions - Blackout AC/DC - Back In Black
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6 weeks ago
jaysw
Not sure if anyone else came across a band (maybe 5 or 6 years ago) called Cage The Gods who released an excellent album called Badlands, and then promptly disappeared (as far as I’m aware). Probably my favourite album of that year. Here's a track from the cd if anyone's interested. https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=ujP31MB5s1I&list=RDAMVMujP31MB5s1I Jay
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2 months ago
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1. Operation Mindcrime 2. Empire 3. Rage For Order 4. Promised Land 5. Warning 1. Tribe 2. Condition Human 3. The Verdict Q2K would have been number 1 on the sub-section if it had been released a year later in 2000, rather than 1999. Jay
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2 months ago
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Slaves for me too. I also think Seven Seas is just about the perfect, quintessential melodic rock song. Jay
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2 months ago
jaysw
Received the CD last week and it’s a great, smooth collection of perfect summer tunes to chill too. Fantastic work Leon. Jay
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3 months ago
jaysw
Best wishes to you, Sam and your family. Small contribution made - hope you raise the money you need for the portable defibrillator mate. And also hope you never need to use it. Jay
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3 months ago
jaysw
As per Ardian, I was a big fan of the debut and looking forward to the new cd very much. Will also pre-order this asap. Jay
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3 months ago
jaysw
Have to say, I have really gone off 'Sugar' over the years to the point where that and Excitable are always skipped now. I understand I'm in the minority here though!
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3 months ago
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Gods Of War Don’t Shoot Shotgun Run Riot Agree that the big singles have lost a little of their appeal for me after hearing them to death - superb though they are. I can’t remember if Ring Of Fire was from the Hysteria sessions (I think it was maybe the b side to Armageddon it?) but if so, that would be right up the top too. Jay
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3 months ago
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I agree that it sounds like a track that could have come off Arrival which works for me as it’s one of my favourite Journey albums. Good track. Jay
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3 months ago
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I thought it was a good album rather than brilliant but a solid addition to the collection. Devil in the Detail the stand out song for me. Jay
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4 months ago
jaysw
My new copy arrived today! Many thanks to all involved for another bumper issue. Jay
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4 months ago
jaysw
I think the ‘Trail Of Murder’ album was my favourite he’s been involved with in recent(ish) years but unfortunately that was a one and out band. Felt Serious Black went downhill after the first 2 albums. Great singer though, as you say, so sure he’ll be doing something again soon. Jay
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6 months ago
jaysw
Thanks for the advice. So far really like Skyforger and starting to move on to the others but getting to know the albums one by one. Will give ‘Under The Red Cloud’ my attention next.
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6 months ago
jaysw
Should have also said I'm a fan of Katatonia already and great to see Jonas Renske is featured on Esa's Silver Lake album. Thanks Jay
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6 months ago
jaysw
Many thanks guys - much appreciated. I’ll dig in and probably go from Skyforger onwards and see how I get on! I’ll also check out the Charon albums recommended. Jay
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6 months ago
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Thanks Carl. The harsh vocals aren’t the end of the world for me as long as they work within the song, but much of the stuff I’ve heard on YouTube has quite a bit more singing than growling! Do check out Esa’s new tune though - it’s superb. Jay
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6 months ago
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I have just watched the first song from the debut solo album from Esa Holopainan (guitarist in Amorphis) and I love it. Amazing guitar tone, fantastic melodic, powerful song and the video has such amazing scenery. It’s called Storm and the debut album is called Silver Lake. Apologies - I have cut and paste issues on my iPad so can’t post the link but well worth checking out. Anyway, this l
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6 months ago
jaysw
Love the band and I didn’t realise they had new music out until I got the nod from Mike on Friday (thanks for the message mate). As always, the album needs a few listens to really show it’s charms in full but another fantastic album to add to a brilliant discography. Jay
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7 months ago
jaysw
Great magazine and have every copy since the very start - with that situation maintained largely thanks to Bruce helping me out with the last issue after I missed I needed to re-subscribe after my current subscription ran out. Thanks Bruce and to all the other contributors - looking forward to getting stuck in over the weekend. Highly recommended to anyone who has yet to sample a copy! Jay
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8 months ago
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Ummm...not being facetious but it’s hardly surprising that an album should be heavily influenced by the person (to the best of my knowledge) who was most heavily involved in writing all the songs! Jay
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9 months ago
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Agree - super melodic, power metal that almost crosses into AOR in places. Also agree that the Memories Of Old album was also excellent. Two fantastic albums that I’ve really enjoyed this year. Jay
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9 months ago
jaysw
Kamelot - Live From The 013 Runner up awards to Eclipse and then Visions Of Atlantis Jay
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9 months ago
jaysw
Thanks for the recommendation yesterday mate! One listen through but sounds good. See you at St Asonia! Jay
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9 months ago
jaysw
Sorry — wrong button pressed - so to continue.... Roxx Gang, Cats In Boots, Smashed Gladys and Dangerous Toys when I was 17- 22 but I wouldn’t listen to anything by any of them now but for nostalgia. But on the dance floor in RockWorld, The Banshee or the Phoenix in Manchester in the late 80’s/early 90’s, they were brilliant and the soundtrack to that era of my life. Those bands, a
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9 months ago
jaysw
I think the point for me on all this is that great, good, average or shit, they were bands of their time and era. I loved listening to Bang Tango, Sea Hags, R
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10 months ago
jaysw
Done. Keep up the good work. Jay
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11 months ago
jaysw
Between this, the new Wig Wam single and the Jakob Samuel single I have really high hopes for 3 well written, uplifting, fun melodic rock albums. Fingers crossed. Jay
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11 months ago
jaysw
Have loved the last couple of albums and this is another great release. A band that has really evolved over time and I think the song writing is just consistently excellent these days. Jay
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