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4 months ago
DCPete
It’s by and far the best track on the album. I’m quite nonplussed by the larger half of the album but that track is superb!
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6 months ago
DCPete
I started at “Lost in the translation” myself as my first JSS purchase. Still a great Album that is imho superior to the more recent efforts. He’s always good value for money however.
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7 months ago
DCPete
I’ll second that…superb indeed!
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7 months ago
DCPete
I’ll check both of those out…cheers
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7 months ago
DCPete
I think H.E.A.T always release superb material with great sonics! I’m liking Ghost too. A lot of modern rock albums are very full on however with very little room to breathe. Newer stuff tends to lack a little in dynamics. I think with an oversaturated market in recent years it’s easy to feel nonplussed by new releases as musically there’s a lot of similar stuff out there but I do agr
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7 months ago
DCPete
To my ears it’s lacking a bit of warmth and bass guitar. The drums too are “typical” fare of a modern frontiers production but I’m curious… What do people consider to be a greatly produced product these days? Music is after all subjective and with regards personality… when you’ve heard everything…how does anything stand out from the norm?
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11 months ago
DCPete
Aerosmith - “Dream On” (live at the MTV 10th Anniversary) First time I’d heard of them and the performance was utterly stunning! Recording can be found on the “Last action hero” soundtrack.
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12 months ago
DCPete
I’d like them to work with a recognised producer too…if only to turn the drums up. All their recent output post 2000 has really lifeless drum mixes with overly loud guitar. It just fails to “Rock” anymore. They’re still capable of writing some decent tunes but if the sonics are naff and lifeless, it’s a moot point.
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1 year ago
DCPete
Wasted Another Hit and Run Stage fright Hysteria Tonight Desert song Work it out Paper sun Long long way to go Come undone Wings of an Angel
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2 years ago
DCPete
Cheers mate ;)
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2 years ago
DCPete
Afternoon folks. Here's some new music for you from a brand new AOR project put together and written during lockdown. Lakin-White-Calcutt features former Ya Ya guitarist Ray Callcut, former Samson/First Strike vocalist Mick White and former Dante Fox keyboard player Pete Lakin. Here's the lockdown video for the song 'Emily' Hope you enjoy ✌???? https://youtu.be/5NtJ09QtQLM
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2 years ago
DCPete
Indeed. “Change the world“ isn’t your typical album opener and would sit far easier perhaps switched with “The death of me”. Aftershock is cool. Great chorus. I’m digging “searching for meaning” too. Imo it could’ve been lifted straight off of United. The 2 albums sit very comfortably back to back.
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2 years ago
DCPete
Couldn’t agree more. Albums (good albums that is) often take time to gestate and forge themselves into your conscience. I merely gave my first impressions. I personally struggled with the new Heat album after 4 wonderful tracks presented before release (Rise being absolutely standout). Suffice to say (for me anyhow) I’ve given the album huge rotation on my way to and from work and absolute
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2 years ago
DCPete
“Aftershock” , “Searching for meaning“ and “Death of me” are tracks 2, 3 & 4. Are you sure you ain’t got it on shuffle? ;-)
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2 years ago
DCPete
Thank god... thought I was on my own there for a bit! ;-)
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2 years ago
DCPete
I’m pretty sure bands agonise over track listing and yet as a fan of the songs in general, I often find myself changing up the flow. Change the World is a great song but I somewhat agree... it’s an odd choice of opener. Apologies, reply to Aussie Dave
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2 years ago
DCPete
Harem Scarem’s new album “Change the World” is out today and I have to say, on first run through...it’s every bit as fantastic as United. I’ve been a bit a late to the party with this band having only in recent years got into them. United floored me however and Mood swings II (2013) was sublime. Really digging the new one so far. This and the new H.E.A.T are both fantastic reco
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6 years ago
DCPete
That's 3 for 3. All the preview tracks have been superb. I don't buy many albums these days but this is a must & a first Mecca in my collection.
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6 years ago
DCPete
Thanks Andrew ;-)
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6 years ago
DCPete
Joe, Daft question but I have to ask... Will the album be available on iTunes? The track "Gone" is absolutely fantastic & alongside "Let it go", those 2 previewed songs have me wanting to get this album. Pete
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6 years ago
DCPete
RAMSAY Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Great thread - although I really like Social > Disease, Something Worthwhile and some others that > don't come out too favourably. > > Mine would be: > > > Def Lepard - All Night - co-written by Mutt > Lange..WTF????? > I love "Social Disease" from Jovi too but agree
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6 years ago
DCPete
Fully agree with "Me & My Wine"...awful track on an otherwise Stellar release.
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6 years ago
DCPete
lol! See...I love the song Rocket (or I did). When I discovered (much later) that the great, hook filled wall of indecipherable harmony vocals in the chorus actually said "Satellite of Love"...it did put me off a little.
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6 years ago
DCPete
"Slang" from Def Leppards SLANG Album. Dreadful song from a rather experimental and hugely enjoyable album.
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6 years ago
DCPete
There are always exceptions to the rules my friend & I also don't believe Bon Jovi suck either but we all gotta get older. My only opinion on that is the hunger needed to drive a band or artist forwards...& of course the fans allowing for growth or maturity. Most fans don't want bands to change their "legacy" sound...others don't want them rehashing old staples & themes a
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6 years ago
DCPete
See, I'm a bit of a lyrical spaz to be honest but I do agree, some melodies & vocal phrasing are similar. But again, I'm not sure it's a case of blatant plagiarism or simple songwriting with more "obvious" & typical lines. Simplicity is often key to immediacy whereas those songs/vocals with far more melody & uniqueness often take longer to appreciate yet have the far more la
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6 years ago
DCPete
There's only really so many Chord progressions on the scale & I'm pretty sure a lot of these more familiar ones are purely coincidental & merely songwriting 101. A lot of music nowadays has that tried & tested formula & familiarity...rarely anything is "original". It's often imho why bands that surfaced in the first 30 years beyond the 60s are heralded as pioneers
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6 years ago
DCPete
I like that too... Although Danny has a superior tone, he sounds like he's channeling EXTREMES Gary Cherone there...& I really like that! Great production also.
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6 years ago
DCPete
OzzMosiz Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > My favourite song for the moment (and has been for > a while) is Def Leppard: Wings Of An Angel - I > just love that song. Absolutely...fantastic song! Still on heavy rotation here.
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6 years ago
DCPete
Absolutely THE best song on the Album. Fantastic track!
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