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5 years ago
Signal Fan
I got myself a CD gift, which is The Best Of Player. Excellent AOR disc.
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5 years ago
Signal Fan
As soon as the vocals kicked in, I thought YUCKO! Very amateur.
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Signal Fan
BEST Dokken album? Easily Tooth and Nail. It's hard to beat a song like "Just Got Lucky". As per the production? I like it because the grit of the sound quality fits the era and the bite of the attack.
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Signal Fan
River Child reminds me of THIS band. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1vEONnGdPo
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Signal Fan
Timstar, this is one that has helped me thru some difficult times. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6FjaHwbApcw
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Signal Fan
B-O-R-I-N-G!!!!!
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Signal Fan
I think the verses Rock, but the chorus is silly and kinda kills it. Looking fwd to hearing more.
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Signal Fan
I will always stand by the fact that Nirvana's genius Nevermind album was never Grunge. It was Melodic Rock. However, the huge success of Nirvana set off a record label signing frenzy in Seattle and THAT is how Grunge came to develop, starting with the likes of Pearl Jam and all who followed. Grunge ushered in Flannel, no physical upkeep, play ya music outta tune, and the extinction of guitar
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Signal Fan
Here is the only thing that comes remotely close to that level of talent. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQ0CZB_DUzE
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Axl Rose - Saw Gnr in 2005 or so and even with a headcold, he was singing crazy good. The singer of Steelheart David Lee Roth - Saw him during the last VH tour and the man was SPOT-F**KING-ON! I know that ppl here knock on Roth, but the boy does has pipes for his style. Rob Halford Alice Cooper (at 60 years old, saw him totally kill it in concert 2 months ago. Amazing!) Steve Perry
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5 years ago
Signal Fan
I will give it a chance and a listen. Might even be damn good!
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5 years ago
Signal Fan
I am firmly in support of filming and pictures with phones/cameras at concerts. As I see it, the artist will lose NO money on concert sales and it will not affect their official videos or concert filming, anyhow. Let the fans capture their memories. I literally HATE when photos and filming is not allowed.....and I do not even own a cell phone. The ONLY issue that I have is when it blocks the view
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5 years ago
Signal Fan
Youtube is full of highly-talented people who are caught on cam doing their thang in public. Here are 3 of mine. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8xmSlMb1dg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VBbErzAYQw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ojt7e88g2I Who are some of yours?????
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5 years ago
Signal Fan
Here's a now-classic from a king of Melodic Pop Rock. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ifOXmoRMqSU
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5 years ago
Signal Fan
There is no such thing as doing a new revised version of Journey. I mean, yes.....Arnel's voice is now shot and Deen can sing a better version of Steve Perry. But doing this is like bringing forth a revised version of The Storm.
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5 years ago
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Glen not only has his traditional song, but he was an A-List member of the infamous Wrecking Crew. He had a successful TV show from 1969-72 called The Glen Campbell Goodtime Show. He played guitar on hundred of 60's radio hits including Rock n Roll. He could do it all. There is a famous story that Glen did not read music. He secretly memorized it in the studio. On day, a music producer walk
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Signal Fan
For me, it was "You Don't Want Me Anymore" by Steel Breeze. Back in the 80's, I heard it in a club every weekend and thought it was Rick Springfield. I also used to think that "The Logical Song" by Supertramp was sung by a girl. Okay, folks. Your turn.
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5 years ago
Signal Fan
For me, it was Ozzy during the Bark at the Moon tour on Easter Sunday in 1983. I arrived late and walked into the Duluth Arena in MN when the intro to Mr Crowley was being played and that thunderous organ shook the entire building to it's rafters. And I do MEAN...that big piece of architecture just SHOOK! I was at another concert later at that same venue and thhe pulsating sound that emanated
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Signal Fan
TOUCH1980 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Sunn O))) > Concorde 2 Brighton last Thursday 20th July. My > fourth time seeing the Seattle Drone, Doom, Dark > Ambient masters. Not only the loudest, but the > lowest. Incredible low frequencies that vibrate > your atoms & rearrange your internal organs. An > acquired taste for sure but t
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Signal Fan
Dalton - Injection followed by The Race Is On Saigon Kick - The Lizard followed by s/t Angelica - Walkin' in Faith followed by s/t Van Halen - 1984 followed by Diver Down Dokken - Tooth 'n Nail followed by Breakin' The Chains
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5 years ago
Signal Fan
And so....Vinnie Vincent rises from the ashes. This COULD be good if recorded correctly with excellent performances.
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5 years ago
Signal Fan
YJM's playing has become increasingly STALE! The same ol' shit after 30-plus years. Like...try playing Blues Rock for a change, Yngwie. Take a brake from the Classical/I am a Viking approach.
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5 years ago
Signal Fan
IMHO, Extreme's debut followed by Pornograffitti are full of world-class exercise on guitar. Both albums sound fresh in today's world.
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5 years ago
Signal Fan
Decent song. Looked like Cory Feldman onstage.
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5 years ago
Signal Fan
Two things. 1) Oni Logan can sing. Don Dokken still can, too.... but barely. 2) At some 63 years old, George Lynch is still relevent. Here is a clip worth watching...with Lynch playing a different style of guitar, which shows Lynch having to really work it...and boy, does he! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSYX-8ND6qo
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5 years ago
Signal Fan
In most cases, people tend to list Ted Nugent or AC/DC as being eardrum-busting. Legend has it that Pink Floyd once played so loudly at a show that the sheer volume had killed all the fish in a nearby pond. That story has been swirling around for years. Anyhow, what is THEEEE loudest show that you have ever heard and witnessed?
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5 years ago
Signal Fan
I know....odd topic, but what the heck. I'll start. I lived in the Dallas area of Texas when Van Halen played their free concert with Sammy Hagar. I heard it on the radio on my way to work in the morning and got off in the afternoon to attend. I figured...."Daytime. Everyone has to work. I'll get close, easily" Man, was I wrong. This was essentially a "street dance"....
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5 years ago
Signal Fan
What great lists and stories! I am jealous of RAB for seeing Jellyfish live. I am also jealous of anyone who got to see Journey during their prime in 1980. I saw Journey in a Minneapolis club during the Augeri era. Steve's pipes were burned out, Deen was not singing enough (YET) and Neal's guitar effects were a garbled MESS! It was NOT great! I also forgot to mention that Rick Spring
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Signal Fan
My picks are less Mainstream. 1) Sic Vikki "Kiss Me In French" followed by the yuckfest called "Streetside Picasso". 2) Pole Position S/T followed by the naseous "Bigger" CD. 3) and in reverse order.... Dalton "The Race Is On" (dreadful) followed by the awesome "Injection" CD. That's all from me.
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5 years ago
Signal Fan
I second Arnel as a poor replacement in Journey. I preferred Deen's vocals. Also, ANYONE who replaced John Sykes in Whitesnake. No matter how "great" any replacement guitarist was, the magic came with Sykes. Plus....anyone who has replaced Zakk Wylde for Ozzy. Randy Rhoads was the ultimate original, but we can't change that. Props to Brad Gillis for stepping in after RR's death.
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