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2 days ago
Idiosyncrasy
I’ve bought all of the Lonely Robot releases. Love the synthwave elements creeping in to some of them (John is a big The Midnight fan!) But the thought of a new It Bites album is really exciting! The Tall Ships is one of my favourite albums ever and I saw them on tour (and the launch party) of Map of the Past. I know there have been a few false starts with the ‘third’ record (initially,
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2 days ago
Idiosyncrasy
doggy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > If you enjoy this, might chase after Network's > Crashin' Hollywood CD. Or the Infinity release with Mitch Malloy which contains some of the demos for the Red Dawn tracks. A follow up to Never Say Surrender is long overdue!
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11 days ago
Idiosyncrasy
Great interview with Jude on The Hustle podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-hustle/id1050310200?i=1000542905427
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14 days ago
Idiosyncrasy
JVMecca Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > One of my favorite songs I sang backgrounds > on…Kelly Killed it!!!! And an awesome job you did too, Joe!
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15 days ago
Idiosyncrasy
Massive Jim Peterik contribution across both albums, the first coming at a time when we starved of his AOR songwriting (except the odd song here and there). The Journey is fantastic!
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22 days ago
Idiosyncrasy
My favourite track on either album is My Own Time - what a great song! I think Roie from Prog Report cited that as his favourite too.
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24 days ago
Idiosyncrasy
Love it! Great production and songwriting. Highlights for me are Right Where I Wanted to Be, the title track, Hold Me Now, You’re Not the Only One and the original (and best) version of Space and Time (but I would say that, being a huge Jim Peterik fan!)
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26 days ago
Idiosyncrasy
Eye of the Storm for me. Agree that it’s more consistent and that those three aforementioned tracks on the debut aren’t anywhere near as strong as the others (although arguably the highs - You Keep Me Waiting, I’ve Got a Lot to Learn About Love, You’re Gonna Miss Me and Can’t Live Without Love have the slight edge over the highs on EOTS.) Never really got on with Livin’ It Up (or In t
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27 days ago
Idiosyncrasy
That World Trade album has been on their list for years - great to see it finally getting a re-issue!
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29 days ago
Idiosyncrasy
I adore Love Will Rise Again even though I think it’s outside songwriters?
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30 days ago
Idiosyncrasy
The bonus track - Never Too Late - was the best one on the album IMO!
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4 weeks ago
Idiosyncrasy
Shadow King - s/t - just didn’t hear it for ages, then really paid attention to Lou’s performance and one day it clicked. Love it now.
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5 weeks ago
Idiosyncrasy
Aria is my favourite too, followed by Aqua and Arena. Never could get into Aura - I own a copy and have tried a few times, but aside from Ready To Go Home (which is a cover, right?) nothing really stands out for me. Silent Nation is good - couple of corkers in What About Love and Long Way From Home. I actually rather like Payne’s voice but can appreciate why others may not. Scattering of great
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6 weeks ago
Idiosyncrasy
What do people make of the Cosmo - Alien (2006) release?
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7 weeks ago
Idiosyncrasy
No Rest For the Wounded Heart back on MTM also had some good tracks on it. Most were written for an Iron Butterfly album during his brief stint with them I believe.
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7 weeks ago
Idiosyncrasy
2AM - When Every Second Counts for 50p! Hugo - s/t for £1 Heartland debut for £3 John Waite - Mask of Smiles for £1 Lion - Trouble in Angel City - £2 A few that spring to mind
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7 weeks ago
Idiosyncrasy
My favourite Blue Highway… coincidentally written with Jim Peterik who has worked with Henry Paul several times! Kane Roberts - Blue Highway (Those five songs that Kane and Jim wrote together are top drawer stuff! Especially like this one and Guns of Paradise: Kane Roberts - Guns of Paradise
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2 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
stevebme Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I loved that Millenium disc. If only Ralph > Santolla were still around! Would love to hear a > new Millenium disc. Oh Well.... RIP Ralph Me too! Love the tracks with Don Airey on keys - Hourglass and Chasing Time are immense!
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2 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
I love his solo album too. It showcases a range of styles and is perhaps at the lighter end of the spectrum, but the production and line-up are amazing and I really enjoy his voice. No offence to Cher, but Desmond’s own Love On a Rooftop is brilliant!
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2 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Love it! I’ve been looking forward to hearing this since the footage of the live version was uploaded
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2 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Speaking of Survivor - I just stumbled across this from 1992: Jimi Jamison’s Survivor live featuring Frankie Sullivan guesting on lead guitar! https://youtu.be/F4EJyrOSvd4
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2 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Ronnie rather than Michael - but I really enjoyed that! Original is untouchable but this is a worthy cover!
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2 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Figge Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yeas, "Back To Earth" is a fantastic song and > should've been included on the offical release. > Not the best of productions but I don't mind when > the song is this good. > > > // Figge Great pick! Love the live version from 88: https://youtu.be/LqbIP92BWtE I genuinely fee
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2 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
You never forget your first… and Wings of Heaven was mine. Hands down my favourite Magnum album by quite a mile. Love the songs and the production. Always wondered why they included the crowd noise at the beginning of Days of No Trust (and never have been able to make out what the announcer says!) Don’t Wake the Lion is stunning on every level and the other highlight for me is Pray For th
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2 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Amorphic Shapism Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > If it's any help, according to the music cue > sheets the composer credits for "Fight To The > Finish" are: > Robert La Blanc > Brian La Blanc > > There has been a great deal of confusion and > misinformation out there about the soundtrack over > the years! Thank
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2 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
This is listed as Myles Hunter (of Refugee) but this clearly isn’t him on vocals… sounds like Robbie LaBlanc to me? Galaxy Rangers - Fight to the Finish
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2 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Survivor all the way except for Reach against either Mr Moonlight (love that album) or Can’t Slow Down.
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3 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Hmm, after listening to that new HEAT song I have the sudden overwhelming urge to change my building society? ???? (Reference joke for the fellow Brits here!)
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3 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Love his version of Footprints in the Rain! Whose idea was it to re-write that awesome chorus for the Robin Beck version?
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3 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
He wrote and performed the Albanian Eurovision entry a few years back too - that was my first exposure to him and his vocal performance was amazing (even if, by his own admission, the song was a lot softer than his usual fare - I love it though!) Mall (Yearning) Great ballad here too: Stay With Me Tonight Great to see him getting wider recognition within the rock scene.
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