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5 days ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Condolences to you Brett. One year ago I lost my brother and I still grieve. Tough times indeed.
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5 days ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
A Kind of Magic is not bad at all. I like most of it, and Princes of the Universe is just another amazing Queen song, my favorite out of that record. One Vision, Who wants to live forever, Pain is so close to Pleasure, so many great songs there. Can't understand the hate for it.
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5 days ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Perfectly spoken mr Rocknut. My same view.
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5 days ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Agreed. Very average. Better than what they released in the last 20 years though.
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5 days ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Talkin bout Innuendo. The titletrack is a masterpiece. Strong LedZep influence, a-la Kashmir. Amazing solo by Steve Howe. Nothing can top that track there. But.. I'm going slightly mad and Delilah have to be among the most dreadful Queen tracks ever. So, to me, it's a great record, who could have been a masterpiece...
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11 days ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Stewart Copeland brought a revolution to the drummers community back then. Andy Summers had a unique melody sense, chords choice. And Sting had so much creativity and melodic display in creating some of the most memorable choruses in songs. My favorite record was Reggatta de Blanc; I still love Outlandos, while Zenyatta was not up to par. Ghost in the Machine had my favorite song of them, Every
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12 days ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
This is way more trustable than Schon's account. Disfunctional at best. Band is over.
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13 days ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
This. 100% accurate. Great writing. It seems that everyone is trying to steal from Schon , while he couldn't agree with any guy for more than 2 minutes without sueing him. Totally insane.
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23 days ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Saw them in Milan a couple weeks ago. Didn’t write anything here as they are a bit different from the usual stuff. I grew up loving In Absentia and the following records; the show was great in Milan but sonically not up to par. Maybe the mixing, maybe the location (but it is the main site for great shows), but it sounded mudded and I didn’t catch all their nuances (especially Gavin Harris
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24 days ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
My condolences Brett. It's 1 year I lost my brother, these days are so sad and heavy. Take care.
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4 weeks ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Manhattan is my favorite from that record. It was my first EJ record bought, after having seen a video on MTV of a song of his, Trademark. I went looking for Ah Via Musicom and found it later, and it has since been my favorite. Venus Isle is classy. His guitar tone is pure perfection.
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5 weeks ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Just one, Porcupine Tree, 2 days ago.
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5 weeks ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
I saw them in 1995 in Milan, Italy. It was my first experience with QR live, an amazing one. I recall Tate entering the stage being chased by fake journalist/photographers stalking him as a plot to the beginning of I Am I I wasn't let down by Promised Land but I saw it as a darker record than Empire. I hated grunge and went to almost all rock concerts I could back then. Setlist was: I Am I
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6 weeks ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
That Christine McVie self titled record from the 80s. That was the shit. Amazing record. Still listen to that one these days. Steve Ferrone and George Hawkins drums and bass.
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6 weeks ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Not the best Triumph I loved (Just a Game, Allied Forces, Never Surrender are my favorites). But a good record. A few tracks that do not sound Triumph (Don't love anybody else but me), quite AOR-ish more than the old sound, the fact they brought outside writers maybe started creating confusion within band members. Their playing is , as always , at the top. And Rik's voice was really one of a kin
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6 weeks ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Amazing record, along with I&W my DT favorites. But I also liked the 2nd cd of SDOIT. Then most of the magic was gone. I listened to DT w/o Portnoy, and while there are a few good moments on the latest records, the rest didn't catch my attention at all. Great musicianship, etc, but it sounds like something is missing.
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7 weeks ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Not interested in the same old , I would love to hear some new material but without Zak Rizvi I guess it will be hard to get any. Unfortunately, as the last 2 records were really good.
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7 weeks ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Exactly. Not what I expected, I can easily see why this track was left off. Not their best. But glad to see there is vault material with Freddie.
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8 weeks ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
I heard about that record just a few months ago. Same approach, and came back thinking that was an ok record. Not outstanding but not bad at all. My problem is I miss Terry Bozzio on drums, his drumming is unique.
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2 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Thanks guys. That clears it up for me too.
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2 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Exactly my impressions. I had to learn the singles and how to play drums for my cover band back then. I recognized the drummer had something special (I learned just a few years ago it was Taylor Hawkins), I loved the vocals on You Oughta Know, but it was just that. Every subsequent record was too mellow and samey. Not my cup of tea. Cheers
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2 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Same here. Not interested in cover records. Nor christmas songs ;-)
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2 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
I Read the interview , liked it but not loved it. I tend to think Sammy is a better human being than Dave. But, even then, he’s got his ego and that clearly shows towards the end of the interview. Embarrassed to be matched as a VH member in 2015/16, when he accepted a reunion back in 2004 when things were clearly worse, that was the end of the interview for me.
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2 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Thanks Carl. It is about 20 years I stuffed all my vinyls into the garage after moving to a new house, I wrote that out of my memory only. :-)
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2 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Stages was my first Triumph record (availability of their records here in Italy was the issue). I saw them on tv when the national broadcaster projected their US 83 performance and I was immediately hooked, so I went looking for their records and Stages was what their only one I owned for a year or more. I recall that Mind Games actually didn’t feature Gil Moore on drums due to a problem to h
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2 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
A couple of days ago I saw their post on Twitter and gave a listen to the song, actually to the first 30 seconds of the song before shutting it down. Bland and same ole tiring RHCP song. And, yes, I agree with all the comments on John Frusciante being overrated. Aside from their rhythm section (Chad Smith is an amazing drummer) , the rest is shite. Cheers
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2 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Praying for Mike. He's one of a kind.
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2 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Never got the fuss on GnR. Hated them for UYI1/2 , while I liked some of Appetite. I was literally playing Don't Cry and November Rain with my old band of friends at every party back then. Talk about overplayed and overrated ballads.
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2 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Spock's Beard material with Neal Morse was nothing short of spectacular. Neal Morse is the best prog composer of the latest 25 years, no doubt about that. At the End of the Day , The Good don't last, The doorway, lots of great tunes with melodic sensibility that shine 20 years later as some of the best tunes. June, I listened to that tune so much I can barely listen to that now. Same feeling
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2 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Fair Warning
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