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For me, the greatest TV drama of all time. Here's a great interview with young Gandolfini: LINK
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4 days ago
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It Could Be You Mirror Mirror Too Late For Love Women White Lightning Fractured Love (I know, not studio. But....) Truth? Paper Sun Long, Long Way To Go Bad Actress Wings Of An Angel
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7 days ago
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It's happened with any style of music that's broken through into the mainstream. Punk. 'Hair Metal'. Grunge. Brit Pop. Hip Hop. The beige indie movement that followed Coldplay. That singer songwriter period post Damien Rice. History has shown that the death knell for any style of music is commercial recognition. As soon as great acts burst out of their genres and strike it big, recor
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7 days ago
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I really like it. Bit of a different vibe for Cantrell - almost sounds...happy!
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14 days ago
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They'll want the vote next.
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15 days ago
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Okay, I chuckled a little at that!
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16 days ago
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Sounds pretty classic and classy to me. I'm glad they both sound like vintage ABBA and seem totally unconcerned with modern pop music trends. Thank god. But 40 years? Makes Tom Scholz seem prolific ;-))
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17 days ago
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I guess the football career didn't work out then. Usain Bolt
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18 days ago
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It's pretty cool in places, but fantastic is a stretch.
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18 days ago
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Maybe he double jabbed Paul?
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19 days ago
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Tori Amos - Me And A Gun. Not exactly a party starter, mind. That extra track at the end of Alanis' Jagged Little Pill. Can't remember the name.
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22 days ago
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Cue an avalanche of PMs....
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22 days ago
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I wonder if someone double jabbed him.
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23 days ago
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When being on the cover of Nirvana's album traumatised you so much as a child that you recreated the scene multiple times before deciding to finally sue the band..
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24 days ago
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Bullseye!
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24 days ago
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A tie between Sticky Fingers and Exile.
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24 days ago
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More retconning bollocks.
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25 days ago
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Very sad indeed. Glad I go to see him playing with The Stones a few years ago. Another legend gone. R.I.P
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27 days ago
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No idea who they are, but I like the name so am rather intrigued. On a somewhat amusing side note, when I was about 12 years of age I actually trained in Ninjutsu for a couple of years. And one of the young kids I studied with was.....Matt Hancock. Yep, THAT Matt Hancock. He didn't last too long and wasn't the brightest bulb in the chandelier. Given the benefit of hindsight, I would have h
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28 days ago
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I love Tusk. But it took a bit of work to get there.
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28 days ago
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Exactly. Scott made a good point about British Lion too. Their albums aren't exactly sonic perfection, and what's the common denominator between that band and Maiden? Or rather, who?!?
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28 days ago
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Great album. Stevie's coked up vocals aren't up to scratch though!
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28 days ago
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Lindsey is a genius. Simple as. The fact it took two world class musicians to replace him in Fleetwood Mac says it all.
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28 days ago
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Yeah - he did. His mixing work on a lot of Dream Theater albums, particularly Scenes From A Memory, is fantastic too. Which is why I feel it's probably more to do with the artists when the sound isn't up to scratch.
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29 days ago
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'Dust Bowl' sounds fine to me Terry. 'Black Rock' was the really muddy one. They were going for a specific feel and it didn't work. But the likes of 'Driving Towards the Daylight', 'Different Shades Of Blue' and all those Beth Hart / Bonamassa albums sound top notch to me.
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29 days ago
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I've mentioned this before, but when I interviewed Shirley a few years ago I asked him about the criticism he gets for releases that sound like this. The interview was about his work with Bonamassa, so this particular bit didn't make the final draft. So here is its public debut!! "I mean, when I started producing Iron Maiden all I can say is that here we are fifteen, sixteen years late
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30 days ago
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Pretty cool. Nice horns. Not Smooth Pt 2. MOVE
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4 weeks ago
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Sounds pretty cool to me. The hook is great and it's stuck in my head after one listen, which is always a good sign. Anyone know who produced it? I'd really like them to work with Howard Benson again.
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4 weeks ago
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Exactly. If you're going to write about this kind of subject it's almost impossible not to invite Springsteen comparisons, given how he pretty much shaped that kind of thematic approach to the point where it's now deeply embedded in our collective psyches. It also shines new light on why his influence has always percolated away in The Killers music. Coming from quite a small town himself, I'm
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