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7 days ago
Idiosyncrasy
ITunes has a built in function called ‘Sound Check’ which sounds like it should be able to do this. https://www.lifewire.com/sound-check-itunes-4103836
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12 days ago
Idiosyncrasy
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > How one can be into Survivor and not dig that CM > album is beyond me. You have the voice AND the > writer--same 2 cats. Very strange... T I love CM! Probably the closest we’ll get to Jamo era Survivor this side of the Pride of Lions debut. Behind the Music = I Can’t Hold Back meets Rebel Son - wha
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13 days ago
Idiosyncrasy
Kauna Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I would say equal because until I saw people > talking about it I didn't realize there were > different lead vocalists. I listened from Eye Of > The Tiger to Too Hot Too Sleep, so I still haven't > checked out he first two, or the final album > "Reach" Premonition is awesome! Frankie’
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15 days ago
Idiosyncrasy
It Bites?
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16 days ago
Idiosyncrasy
I think the person trying to decipher the titles got that one wrong - it’s ‘Runaway Heart’ - Jim mentioned it in an interview a few years ago. Man, I wish we had a complete version of that one - absolute killer track.
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17 days ago
Idiosyncrasy
… that last line reminds me of Europe’s ‘Tomorrow!’ (Not a bad thing!)
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5 weeks ago
Idiosyncrasy
rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Don’t know if Cutting Crew qualify, but The > Broadcast is an album you should listen to if you > haven’t already. I was about to suggest them! The Scattering is also great - possibly less highlights (although Everything But My Pride is possibly my favourite track of their’s) but more consistent than
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6 weeks ago
Idiosyncrasy
Bless a brand new ALBUM, I say!
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7 weeks ago
Idiosyncrasy
There’s a third Two Fires album as well. He’s done backing vocals on several Jim Peterik projects (including the last two Dennis DeYoung releases) and the Torch tribute album. Plus a duet on Jim’s second World Stage album - Sometimes You Just Want More.
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7 weeks ago
Idiosyncrasy
Peter M. Bietenholz Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > And two keyboard players. They had a second guy on > tour before, not really sure why. Wasn’t it to free Cain up to play rhythm guitars on some tracks and supply additional backing vocals (alongside the additional keyboards)?
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8 weeks ago
Idiosyncrasy
No doubt the laptop is there so they can log onto the melodic rock.com noticeboard while at work… we’ve all done it ;-)
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2 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Troy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yes. Vivian Campbell mentioned that to me one > time when I working for them at a Riverdogs show > in like 2004. We were talking about unreleased > Riverdogs stuff because I had a bunch of demos. I > asked him if there were any whitesnake or Shadow > King demos or unreleased songs and he said there
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2 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Yes! Love him and have been waiting for him to get wider exposure. He was Albania’s Eurovision entry a few years back and was outstanding. Mall
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2 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
I discovered them with We’re Here Because We’re Here. That album and Weather Systems are fantastic. Distant Satellites has some good tracks. The Optimist did nothing for me apart from Endless Ways. Those first two have a lot of Sigur Ros and post rock influences if that’s your thing.
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2 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
I love What It Takes to Win! Journey go Survivor. Has anyone else heard Jonathan’s solo version?
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2 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
I met Mitch at a gig in Colchester back around the release of Shine and he was the nicest guy. We talked about him recording backing vocals with Marcie Free on Desmond Child’s solo album and, as I was a penniless student, he even offered to get me into Firefest for free if I could get up there. Can’t say enough about him.
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3 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Reminds me a little of Quarterflash?
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3 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
18. Re: TIM
Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > LOL, what was he thinking? More to the point, what were “Terry Tossing Esq”’s parents thinking?! ???? (I’m guessing the band actually did keyboards?!)
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3 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Looking forward to this!
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4 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
radiat10n Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Idiosyncrasy Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Magnum - The Spirit (Live) > > > That was my first thought too. I’m not generally a huge fan of live albums, but if I had to name one where the live versions were significantly better than the studi
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4 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Magnum - The Spirit (Live)
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4 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Wasn’t a fan of the Italian entry either, but doesn’t that intro riff remind you of HEAT’s Rock Your Body?! My fave was Albania 2018 - Eugent Bushpepa. Check out the pipes on this guy: Mall
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4 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Catchy song! Love the chugging riffs!
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4 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Most of the late Jim Steinman’s demos (especially those with session vocalists) sound better than any other band’s lifetime work! A Kiss is a Terrible Thing to Waste (Kyle Gordon) feat. Brian May Wasn’t Heartland’s debut basically the demos with a few added bells and whistles?
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4 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
I’ve not heard all of her albums, but I also really enjoy Issa’s ‘Crossfire’ release. Wish she’d return to this style and creative team.
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4 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
3 would be much easier to swallow if it weren’t called ‘Bat Out of Hell’. I really like it as an album, but it doesn’t deserve to be grouped together with the other two (which are immaculate). In my head, the title’s ‘The Monster Is Loose’ ????
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4 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Man, Trouble or Nothing is an amazing album. Love every track. Bonnie Tyler’s Secret Dreams and Forbidden Fire would be up there for me too. I like Pat Benatar but I find her albums patchy.
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5 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Utterly devastated. Jim has always been, and always will be, my favourite songwriter and producer of all time. I have no words.
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5 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
I don’t hear the Jamo personally - definitely heard some Chris Ousey in the first Perfect Plan album though.
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5 months ago
Idiosyncrasy
Sounds good! My only disappointment is that he didn’t cover the Scherer/Peterik track Thee Crescendo - that song has Styx written all over it!
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