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2 years ago
HammerDown
The output by Pretty Maids for the label for me tops what is an incredibly impressive list. Pandemonium, Motherland and Kingmaker are all simply masterpieces in their field. Undress Your Madness only arrived today from Frontiers so that will be played non-stop for the next few weeks no doubt. Cheers Mark
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4 years ago
HammerDown
Can't wait for the next instalment of HMH. The first was immense. However Dave, please tell me you forgot to put Shark Island in your original post and that they will be gracing the stage again. Cheers
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4 years ago
HammerDown
Adolfo, There certainly is a fan of Helloween around here. Such compilations remind you just what a fine catalogue they have. Again it is a matter of personal preference, but I'd swap Starlight for Victim of Fate and probably add another from the (still) underrated Walls of Jericho - Phantoms of Death would be my choice. Also, glad to see The Chance in, although I would add Someone's Crying
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4 years ago
HammerDown
Thanks for your review TOUCH1980. While Harem Scarem did deliver a masterclass, they didn't actually play Saviors Never Cry. Their setlist lent heavily on United and Mood Swings, with early favourites Hard to Love and Slowly Slipping Away along with Garden of Eden from Thirteen thrown in as well. Agree with the superb ending in the shape of the wonderful No Regrets. Really top quality performa
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4 years ago
HammerDown
Addyeddy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > A constant, strange noise in my left ear, but I've > managed to get used to ignoring it, like others > it's only apparent in a quiet room. Yeh Addyeddy, I'm married as well.
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5 years ago
HammerDown
Really, really liking this. I don't think I've enjoyed a track on first listen quite so much since the first snippets from Pretty Maids Kingmaker became available. Liking the new Pink Cream 69 'We Bow To None' as well, so a good couple of weeks for me for new material. Just waiting for the new Madam X at the end of next month to kick my ass and I will consider it a rather good second half to 2
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5 years ago
HammerDown
Pretty good list by Rockingbear - glad to see Godspeed get a look in. To make it up to the 20 mark, I would add: 1. En For Alla For En 2. Cuts Like A Knife 3. Vampire's Call 4. Metal Will Stand Tall 5. Like No Tomorrow 6. Crack In The Wall 7. Number One 8. Flesh And Blood 9. Band Of Brothers and that would make it essential listening on a daily basis. Cheers Mark
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