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18 days ago
aTomiK
Totally shocked, R.I.P. Alexi.
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19 days ago
aTomiK
Out of those, only Ozzy´s No More Tears was big for me back then. Back in 1991 i bought and listened for example albums like: Alice Cooper: Hey Stoopid Infectious Grooves: The Plague That Makes Your Booty Move...It's the Infectious Grooves Helloween: Pink Bubles Go Ape Heven´s Gate: Livin´ in Hysteria Heathen: Victims of Deception Dare: Blood from Stone Gamma Ray: Sigh No More Gal
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24 days ago
aTomiK
Always enjoyed this one and in fact way more than most Royal Hunt discs. Lots of good tunes and the Easy Livin´ cover fits like a glove.
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7 weeks ago
aTomiK
And Winning is of course a Russ Ballard cover and it has to be said that there are lots of covers/songs made by outside writers in these albums. Zebop! includes five! Huge Ballard fan but i much prefer their original material.
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7 weeks ago
aTomiK
It´s funny that i discovered these (and bought the cd´s) only few months ago. Some very good tracks in all of them but Marathon and Beyond Appearances are my favorites.
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2 months ago
aTomiK
Fantastic tune, stoked about the upcoming album!
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2 months ago
aTomiK
Disappointing news but i can understand something like this coming. I´m surprised how many of you don´t like and almost hate the band nowadays. I really like HOL s/t and Demon´s Down is still their masterpiece, Sahara lacks in the hooks department but includes few good tunes. The Power and the Myth was a disaster and they knew it so World Upside Down as a good back to form album and Com
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2 months ago
aTomiK
Good old basic hard rock indeed seems to be a dying breed. The Girish and the Chronicles disc is good stuff but i think it isn´t quite what you´re looking for. I recently listened the 1992 Dirty Looks Five Easy Pieces cd and god damn it´s great stuff. Where are these kind of bands hiding nowadays?
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2 months ago
aTomiK
Best news of the year, top 3 at least. Welcome back Kenny!
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4 months ago
aTomiK
Boston meets Touch meets Kansas with a little bit of Styx = Pomp rock greatness! Great cd indeed, heavenly vocal harmonies all around the disc but if i´m truly honest maybe they lacked that (soft) no 1. hit. "Wastin´ My Time" might have been it though. A fella who backed them at Columbia moved to europe and the new boss cancelled their upcoming tour and promotion. It´s a sad st
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4 months ago
aTomiK
Another stunning tune from the maestros! Shiraz Lane - Broken Into Pieces https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GN_4G5axUgI Song: Per Aldeheim, Jean Beauvoir, Shiraz Lane
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5 months ago
aTomiK
New Helix tune "Eat Sleep Rock" released. It´s fun, it´s rockin´, it´s Helix! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0dn0-YkgrU
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5 months ago
aTomiK
Very sad news, RIP Pete Way. Recently completed my UFO collection and damn it´s an underrated band.
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5 months ago
aTomiK
I enjoy the first Luke solo album very much and love All´s Well That Ends Well and Transition he did with C.J. Vanston. Those two are magical! I hope they will do another one.
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5 months ago
aTomiK
Big Toto fan so of course i also bought the cd and it´s a good album but among their best ones? I don´t think so. Few very good songs but IMO even Toto XX is better than Old Is New. But yeah, the band is legendary so everything they´ve released is worth getting.
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5 months ago
aTomiK
Listened the first three songs and i like it. Good old school US metal with some european influences. Classy solos performed by the golden age Vicious Rumors guitarist Mark McGee. I would by the cd based on those three tunes, it´s a shame if they don´t release a physical copy.
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5 months ago
aTomiK
I´m with pure666metal, PF is meat and potatoes when it comes to this type of music. And don´t get me wrong, i own all PF albums and also need that fix every now and then but Orden Ogan feels fresh and have a feel that they are still going somewhere. But to each their own, i´m going back to my recent Billy Joel marathon. The Nylon Curtain next!
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6 months ago
aTomiK
Thanks for the heads up. Really enjoyed it!
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6 months ago
aTomiK
Orden Ogan is maybe the best melodic metal/power band just now and here´s the stunning new song and video. Their latest great Gunmen album had a western theme and now it´s sci-fi all the way. Not so pleasant prophecies one might say ; ) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cAYvwbUUhD0&list=LLQ1yphLjvH0vC02swSA0nVA&index=3&t=0s
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6 months ago
aTomiK
Sacred Heart. It was the first ever original album i bought (a cassette) back in ´85 and i´ll always cherish it.
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6 months ago
aTomiK
Bought 11 SM albums few months ago, from Life in a Day to Neapolis. Only heard Good New from the Next World before back in the 90s and i recall liking it. Of course i know some of their biggest hits too. So, i´ve listened the first 5 so far and it´s getting better all the time but i have to say that i like few songs from every album. Big new wave fan too so that stuff works for me fine. S
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6 months ago
aTomiK
This feels like a quality comeback! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTBz8GEzpTE
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7 months ago
aTomiK
Good album but i have to say it´s my least played Payne era disc. I saw Asia live with Dio and Uriah Heep back in december 10th 2005 here in Finland and still have the Silent Nation tour t-shirt.
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7 months ago
aTomiK
Great news! I enjoy all Kim Mitchell albums. Mitchell crash course? Check out the first three, Akimbo Alogo, Shakin´ Like a Human Being and Rockland. When you have mastered those continue with the rest of the discogaphy and the Max Webster discs.
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7 months ago
aTomiK
I´m not an expert when it comes to Springsteen, far from it but my bro asked me to listen to the Western Stars cd and i really liked it. Album full of strong moody tunes, a great loveletter to a bygone era. Would love to see the movie which was released on dvd also here in Finland.
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7 months ago
aTomiK
I´ve loved the Phenomena project since the 80s. The first three albums are true classics in my books and of course they released three more discs under the Phenomena title later in the 00´s/10´s which are ok but pale in comparison.
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7 months ago
aTomiK
The John Payne era Asia was easily the best active aor band during the dark 90´s days. Sadly many people still don´t know/recognize how good albums like Aqua, Aria, Arena and Aura (2001) are.
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7 months ago
aTomiK
I second what garyt said, hard rock was going to fade away from the charts anyway. Love Bill and Ted films, especially Bogus Journey and i´m very happy they finally made Face the Music. Beavis and Butthead is not my thing and i hate what happened to Winger because of them. Wayne´s World films are ok. And what about KISS? They got a big hit with the great God Gave Rock´n Roll to You II co
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7 months ago
aTomiK
David Williams, Melvin Ragin, Michael Landau and Tim Pierce played in her 1984 album If the Price Is Right so it could be one of those gents. Then again, "The Beast in Me" is a soundtrack only tune. Don´t you just love 80s album covers.. ; )
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