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5 months ago
thinny
Gutted, Johnny was a lovely guy. Saw him several times with Skid Row, always great fun and Thickskin is great! RIP Johnny.
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5 months ago
thinny
It's a great track but killed by a flat, muddy production.
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6 months ago
thinny
doggy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Down here in Australia the record labels grew some > balls don't suppliers them to large chains stores > , so the independent stores can have them. That's not just Australia, that's worldwide. Record Store Day is only at independant retailers, it was set up specifically to support them.
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6 months ago
thinny
Ydde Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > RS didn't play on the studio version of Runaway I know. He was talking about songs he doesn’t like to play live.
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6 months ago
thinny
Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Alec did not contribute much to their live show > either... You really need to watch some of their 80s shows. Visually he provided a lot, and backing vocals wise he did all of the really high parts. Not a fantastic player, but a great performer, drug dealing pirate or not... I believe he had quite a bad mot
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6 months ago
thinny
marco17 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You're right... I guess I should have been > clearer... Richie wrapped a lot of that up into > his desire to spend more time with his daughter, > but he wasn't/isn't out there bashing JBJ or > telling the world how much of an a-hole he is. > But absolutely... Very true, he's always been very res
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6 months ago
thinny
rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Seconded. > He was also cringeworthy on stage. I'd rather see a guy running around the stage entertaining the crowd looking like he was having the best time of his life than glued to the spot looking bored, but each to their own.
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6 months ago
thinny
marco17 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Otherwise, Richie always says it's > about his kid and no issue with the band, etc. Richie also made comments about not enjoying the direction that the band were headed in musically, the constant touring and that fact that he isn't going to miss playing some songs (he specifically mentioned Runaway). Richie an
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6 months ago
thinny
> > Ihteresting....do you think live they sound better > without him? Probably. Hugh is a solid player. But visually, they were much less entertaining after he left.
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6 months ago
thinny
Although he says below that he wasn't doing the These Days record, it has been confirmed since that Hugh has played bass on every albums since Slippery
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6 months ago
thinny
> > What did he say about him? If you image search Alec John Such Raw Magazine on Google you will find it.
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6 months ago
thinny
Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What kind of Rock n Roll image did Alec have? As > stated before, he did not fit in at all. Alec was always had a very rock n roll image. All you have to do is look at his pictures from the 80s. He was the classic 80s rock party dude, with the signature beard and then the eye patch. If he didn't look rock n rol
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6 months ago
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fox-roxx Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The eye patch was very rock n roll > > And he did turn up at the studio drunk as a skunk > - maybe not when they were recording an album but > 100% when making demos/session recordings etc Alec wasn't involved in the studio at all. I think you are referring to tour reherseals.
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6 months ago
thinny
Julian H Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Didn't it have something to do with a magazine > interview he gave than wasn't very flattering > towards Jon? Yes that exactly it. He did a tell all interview in Raw Magazine, and a few months later he was gone. He did like to party a lot but so did others in the band. He wasn't the greatest bass player
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6 months ago
thinny
I was referring to the comments of it being "Dull" and a "borefest" in this very thread. Personally, I enjoyed it, but then my tastes tend to not line up with a lot of the people on this forum, generally. Not really getting in to the new one bar a couple of tracks.
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6 months ago
thinny
Don't get the hate for his last record, I enjoyed his more laid back acoustic vibe. Not feeling the new one as much.
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7 months ago
thinny
rickyboy999 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Falken Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Sounds really good. Especially the 2nd one. > > > > I'll give Richie plenty of chances. He's not to > > blame for the downfall of his previous band. > > Not soley responsible but his last sdo
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7 months ago
thinny
Native Tongue is my favourote Poison album by far. Poison had previously dabbled in bluesier stuff like Poor Boy Blues and Good Love, and this was an extention of that side of the band to me. Great songs, Kotzen's voice really sounded good with the band. Until You Suffer Some is the best ballad they ever did and yes on the whole it's a darker, more serious record, but there are still some fun
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7 months ago
thinny
Wolf says that if Eddie had wanted this stuff released he would have released it. You have to respect that, when most people seem to release any old crap after someone dies. Wolf could open the vaults but he's rather respect his Dad by not releasing the stuff. Of course the fans want to hear everything, but as someone else said it's probably just a lot of unfinished riffs and jams.
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8 months ago
thinny
Ross S. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Am not surprised (but am perhaps a little > dismayed) to see the love of 5150 relative to > something like Fair Warning. But then again, > there are lots of Bon Jovi fans her so . . . not > surprising at all. Careful Ross, there's nothing worse than a music snob. People like different things, and
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8 months ago
thinny
1. Van Halen 2. F.U.C.K. 3. 5150 4. Balance 5. OU812 Sub Poll: 1. F.U.C.K. 2. 5150 3. Balance
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8 months ago
thinny
> > Just because you thought those two were 'dreadful' > doesn't make it so ;-) It's not just me. I havn't met a single person that thought WW84 was anything but awful. Similarly with Birds Of Prey, but not quite as dreadful... The first Wonder Woman is really the only great movie that has come out of the DC Universe in my opinion. Aquaman was good. I even enjoyed Superman V Bat
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8 months ago
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TOUCH1980 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Lately the DC > flicks have been particularly good e.g. Wonder > Woman & Aquaman. Wonder Woman (4 years ago) and Aquaman (3 years ago) are not exactly "lately" You are conveniently forgetting Wonder Woman 84 (this year) and Birds Of Prey (last year) - both dreadful.... ;)
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8 months ago
thinny
The stuff on the bonus disc is not the same as the stuff on the live stream. The bonus CD tracks were recorded live at Rockfield Studios (where they recorded the album) over the summer. It wasn't filmed. The Live stream show was recorded and filmed last month at a TV studio. Fan club members got to view part of the recording live via Zoom. It is not available on DVD, but was available as a
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8 months ago
thinny
Well he's "high" up after diving of the diving board. And he isn't getting wet anytime soon as he's diving into an empty pool.....so he will remain "dry"...... ;)
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8 months ago
thinny
I always thought Truth? From the Slang album and quite an industrial sound to it...
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8 months ago
thinny
1) These Days 2) New Jersey 3) Keep The Faith 4) Bon Jovi 5) Slippery When Wet 1) Have A Nice Day 2) Lost Highway 3) Bounce
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8 months ago
thinny
Sound like a completely different band. Sounds like just another Glenn Hughes project to me. Decent album, songs are good, but his wailing is not to my taste. I prefer Corabi's grittier vocals by a mile.
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9 months ago
thinny
Julian H Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Think it's important to note also in the UK pre > pandemic that HMV was the leader in market share > of physical music with a bigger share than > Amazon.The record companies would not want to lose > a quarter of their physical media sales overnight > if HMV did close permanently. Yes but mostly v
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9 months ago
thinny
Julian H Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Not surprising CD sales are down,most of the shops > have been shut all year Which shops? Supermarkets have been open throughout and they are the only places apart from HMV etc that I can think of that still sell CDs. Even then the stock is limited to say the least. Most CD buying is done online these days.
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