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chrisbrooks
It's a shame they didn't spell it T3n0rz just to fully maximize the cringe.
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11 days ago
chrisbrooks
Brett5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It was originally meant to be a MS solo album It still pretty much is. The drums are programmed despite crediting Robert. The bass player was the solo band bassist and I guess Oz just added some extra guitars.
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11 days ago
chrisbrooks
I liked it at the time but it hasn't aged well. Lots of early and mid 2000s rock remnants in the songs and style. Most of it reminds me of that POD "Alive" song (without the rapping).
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24 days ago
chrisbrooks
Love the first two singles but There's The Girl is weak as piss and rocks about as much as that Johnny Hates Jazz Song. Funny, I never noticed until now that all the footage with Anne on that video is pinched in like they were trying to hide her size. Silly.
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26 days ago
chrisbrooks
That was great. Todd is a drummer's drummer.
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28 days ago
chrisbrooks
Still only one drum fill haha
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4 weeks ago
chrisbrooks
I dig it. It got catchier as it went on.
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5 weeks ago
chrisbrooks
Agreed, just as America's sweetheart probably shouldn't have made out with a teenager in front of her passed-out husband. She doesn't seem too fazed about the book. Her reaction was a five-second tiktok equivalent of "oops".
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5 weeks ago
chrisbrooks
Didn't she tell the media that Ed's marriage to Janie had been in trouble when he passed in order to sell books?
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6 weeks ago
chrisbrooks
Wyn Davis was the producer. It's kind of a weak album, a bit over-polished and sparkly. Maybe it's the thin-sounding drums and the direct-to-board clean guitars.
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2 months ago
chrisbrooks
Nothing. Record stores and 2nd hand CDs haven't been part of the Sydney experience for decades. :(
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2 months ago
chrisbrooks
Irwin m fletcher Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Why do people sue? To make money. Journey are > multi millionaires....do they need more money? Registering trademarks is not always about making more money but preventing others from doing the same, e.g., preventing tribute bands from releasing merch that includes the band's song names. Schon and Cain
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3 months ago
chrisbrooks
Start with Yngwie and finish with Vai. Dangerous Games blows as an Alcatrazz album but makes for an ok pop rock Graham Bonnet album. (Blue Boar is my favourite from that one).
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4 months ago
chrisbrooks
Troy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I absolutely hated sunbomb. I don't think I liked > any of the clips on itunes and didn't bother with > it any further. Wasted 15 minutes of my life. Using 15 minutes to find out you don't need to use 60 is actually pretty economical :)
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4 months ago
chrisbrooks
G3 is a tour. G4 is a 4-day guitar education event in Vegas.
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5 months ago
chrisbrooks
I'm hearing that Dave Ellefson's time in Megadeth is up, something to do with a fan video interaction.
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6 months ago
chrisbrooks
What a lovely guy. Respect. Great article too!
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6 months ago
chrisbrooks
Someone showed him I book that I wrote about his guitar picking approach at a clinic. He motioned for it, took out a pen and wrote ASSHOLE on the cover with an arrow pointing at my face. His fan sent me a photo of it. I should frame that.
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6 months ago
chrisbrooks
It's probably the one classic song I'd drop from their setlist but I'll be damned if they don't still make it sound awesome.
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6 months ago
chrisbrooks
"Juuuuuuustin Hawkins rides again... *contemplative stare* ...again". Great channel. All of his thoughts are very considered and articulate.
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7 months ago
chrisbrooks
Scott Watson Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Man you'd think this day in age there'd be no > excuse for mixing issues. It seems like mixing for Streaming and ear buds has become such a priority that things sound like a muddy turd on traditional systems. Where's the sparkle these days?
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8 months ago
chrisbrooks
Dude is hearing-impaired. I'm convinced. Even with no voice, anyone with self-awareness would course-correct and avoid notes etc.
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8 months ago
chrisbrooks
The audience didn't know they purchased tix for a spoken word gig. A major contender for "singers you wish would use tracks on stage". Obviously, he doesn't have much of a voice anymore but I half wonder if it's his hearing too. He sings like someone with a hearing impairment.
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9 months ago
chrisbrooks
Sounds like something that might have just failed the cut on the first 2 Sonata Arctica albums. I can dig it but I get why people would consider it a double cheeseburger (hold the burger).
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9 months ago
chrisbrooks
I don't know if it's pre-emptive of people's earbud listening habits, but I've noticed that mastering has taken a step back on several big albums. Cobb's Europe albums are a little like this where there's a lot of low mid rumble and some cut missing from rhythm guitars and snare drums. Not a whole lot of stereo width and sparkle either. And what is with the kick drum sound on track 2?
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9 months ago
chrisbrooks
Congrats to anyone who can stand that font for more than a few sentences.
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10 months ago
chrisbrooks
I've had Spotify Premium but after a trial offer with Apple Music, I stayed with that for the audio quality. I haven't really missed Spotify because I don't care about playlists, recommendations, or artist pages.
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10 months ago
chrisbrooks
It would The Dead Payslips instead.
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10 months ago
chrisbrooks
Thefrog66 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > it was released in Japan without the Indiegogo so > could have had it from there True. Japan really got behind this. It topped the Burrn! chart for 2 months. Victor Entertainment did a great job pushing it.
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10 months ago
chrisbrooks
Aussie Dave Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Pretty sure I've had this album for a long time. > Solid enough album. Not a patch on the Europe > album though IMO.. Only if you did the Indiegogo campaign last year. Otherwise, you might be thinking of Kee of Hearts from a few years ago (that they were nothing but hired guns for). Kee recently said i
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