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12 days ago
JH
Dont know if anyone's seen this yet, but it's a pretty fun satire of music biopics, and Daniel Ratcliffe does an excellent job as Al.
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13 days ago
JH
Was anyone here a fan of Saigon Kick? I saw their complete Atlantic albums set was available for download a few months ago at a decent price (good thing I got it when I did as it's no longer available), and I was shocked just how good the first two albums were, excellent harmony vocals. The third one, Water, wasnt as good, but I did enjoy One Step Closer, Space Oddity, and the unfortunately title
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13 days ago
JH
I always thought Easy Target was a good hidden gem from that album.
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17 days ago
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Aussie Dave Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Just Older was a solid song. So those two tracks > are good, the rest was a tragedy. I didn't like > These Days much and consider that album the > gateway from great Jovi to crap Jovi, but Crush > just floored me in regards to how far the band had > fallen. Captain Crash and the Beauty Queen From
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7 weeks ago
JH
Is it just me or is this one of their best albums? Was doing a listen-through of W.A.S.P. albums and I find this one to be better than Last Command. Granted, not everything was good (ie, Shoot from the Hip), but hearing it again I find more highlights and hidden gems, while Last Command had too much filler. Of course, then Headless Children came and blew this one away, but I still enjoy it and do
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2 months ago
JH
Purple Rain is a very good album, but I dont hear anything on there that would qualify as AOR.
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2 months ago
JH
What are some albums by bands or arists that dont usually play AOR or Melodic Rock, but could be considered part of that genre for that album/series of albums only? Some that come to mind: Cher: S/T, Heart of Stone, Love Hurts Judas Priest: Turbo Heart: S/T,Bad Animals, Brigade, Desire Walks On Chicago: 16 through 19 TNT: Intuition, Realized Fantasies Petra: Beyond Belief through Wake Up
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2 months ago
JH
I own the Def Leppard, GNR, Cinderella, and Cheap Trick ones. Used to own the Poison album. My mom owns the Dirty Dancing and Cocktail soundtracks as well if that counts.
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4 months ago
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Don Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > There was some extremely melodic stuff mixed in > with the metal on No More Hell To Pay. Songs like > Te Amo, Sticks & Stones, etc. Even the Devil Believes also had some good melodic moments. TBH, the only full on "metal" albums they had were Fallen (which was actually well-liked by the fanbase)
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4 months ago
JH
I liked every song up to and including America's Burning. After that, there were too many ballads, and the subsequent rockers fell flat (well, Anthem of the Underappreciated was good), and those synthesized interludes just made me want to listen to Beast in Black LOL.
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7 months ago
JH
I liked it when it came out, oddly enough, but it hasnt held up that well. Still, gotta love Afraid and Glitter. The title track, Beauty, and Rat Like Me are ok too.
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7 months ago
JH
Just gave this one a listen. While its nowhere near as heavy as the Stryper material from before and after this album, I do think its kind of a melodic rock hidden gem. Lots of catchy, melodic, sing-along tunes, and even some departures (Tommorow, Tonight actually has saxaphones, and yet it still works).
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9 months ago
JH
I just listened to this album on Youtube and I was pleasantly surprised. Lots of heavy riffing but also tons of melodic choruses. The perfect balance between commercial and heavy. Shame the CD is out of print and used copies are ridiculously expensive, maybe Rock Candy could remaster and rerelease it.
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9 months ago
JH
Yeah, this is pretty cheesy, even for Ted.
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9 months ago
JH
I use Spotify and Youtube Music. I prefer the latter as it has unlimited skips (even on the free version) and you can add songs from your own collection (or from youtube itself) on playlists.
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10 months ago
JH
I like the chorus, but the verses sound like they're trying to do another Cut The Cord (a song which I love, mind you, but they dont need to recreate it with every song).
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10 months ago
JH
First rock album I ever owned. My fav track back then was Jumpin the Gun: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcL1YbTgJBo
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10 months ago
JH
Bad Attitude was the first rock album I ever owned. Sad day for rock music.
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10 months ago
JH
Hurricane Over the Edge + Slave to the Thrill: Over the Edge I'm On To You We Are Strong Spark in My Heart Shout Reign of Love Next To You Young Man Dont Wanna Dream Temptation
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11 months ago
JH
Something need not be "serious" just to make it a classic. Look at AC/DC, even going back to the Bon Scott lyrics you had stuff like Big Balls, Can I Sit Next To You, She's Got Balls, etc
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11 months ago
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Troy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Europe - s/t > White Lion - Fight to Survive > Great White - s/t I love these three albums!
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11 months ago
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What are some cases where a bands first album happens to be their worst album (in your opinion)? I'd say Shinedown, my first exposure was that dismal "45" song, and the rest of the album wasnt much better. Thank goodness I gave them a second chance (no pun intended) later.
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11 months ago
JH
What are some of your favorite songs celebrating rock music?
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11 months ago
JH
Ok, I'm not going to say it's a classic, there is some dire stuff on there like Find Myself, Brandon, and Shout '97. But, I do love Afraid, Glitter, the title track, and Rat Like Me, and there are some other ok tracks. It holds up a lot better than W.A.S.P.'s foray into industrial. That said, I'd still argue that the 94 album is their last classic album.
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11 months ago
JH
Bon Jovi. Say what you will about the music he's put out over the last few years, but he has gotten more mature since Keep the Faith.
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11 months ago
JH
Yeah, yeah, it's Christmas music, but give it a chance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQBCgjwreG8
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11 months ago
JH
The long intro kills any interest I have in the actual song.
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12 months ago
JH
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWFygRQM140
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1 year ago
JH
It's catchy enough, kind of surprising pop-punk is having a revival (Oliva Rodrigo, Machine Gun Kelly),but hey, at least its rock.
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1 year ago
JH
RAMSAY Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'm now imagining Wacko Jacko, in Neverland, > rocking out to Dokken, and playing air guitar with > Bubbles next to him on air drums. Wouldn't be the > weirdest thing he's ever done. Not even close. > Or maybe he just had the album pumped into his > oxygen chamber on full blast? I have heard tha
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