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8 months ago
thinny
Mine a strange one...it was only a few months before he died. Me and my other half were on our way from the backstage area at High Voltage festival as Gary Moore was just about to go on, to get a spot to watch his set. I stopped for a wee on the way as the toilets back stage were nicer haha. As I'm standing there doing what you do in there, and who should walk in and have a piss right next to
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8 months ago
thinny
Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Bon Jovi - Although Sambora was a great guitarist > in the 80s, Jon has proven with Blaze of Glory > back in 1990, that he doesn't need Sambora to > produce a fantastic album. Today we can see, with > Phil X, that he doesn't need him in a live setting > at all. Technically Phil is a great player
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9 months ago
thinny
Eric sings the whole album.
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9 months ago
thinny
I'm with Falken, I hear Glenn all over this, but I hear nothing that sounds like previous Dead Daisies releases. It's a different band as far as I'm concerned. And what the hell is the awful Dance remix that they released about? Exactly which part of their audience would be remotely interested in this?
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9 months ago
thinny
Fantastic album, will look forward to this!
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9 months ago
thinny
I remember Ricky Warwick telling a story about how he had to get a job delivering sandwiches after The Almighty split!
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9 months ago
thinny
Good shout on Rush Street and Shadow King! Missed those!
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9 months ago
thinny
Richie Sambora - Stranger In This Town by far. Still listen to it regularly and still sounds fantastic. But a great year all round. Tyketto, Tesla, Europe, Pearl Jam, Bryan Adams, Danger Danger, Mr. Big, Van Halen and Skid Row all fantastic album.
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9 months ago
thinny
fox-roxx Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I might be wrong but I think it has something to > do with how old the recordings are. If a certain > time has passed they can be released without > permission This law doesn't become applicable until the recording is 70 years old (upped from 50 not too long ago), so doesn't apply to these releases.
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9 months ago
thinny
SurFan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > > You saw that I was referring to German radio? Yes, and as I said, I was referring to UK radio.
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9 months ago
thinny
Went in to HMV today and they had a whole wall dedicated to them. Depends what you mean by Legit. Are they legal, yes. Are they authorised by the bands? Absolutley not. They are basically FM broadcasts that have been licenced from whoever currently owns them to the label that is releasing them.
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10 months ago
thinny
Nah SurFan, Journey is definitely a Tier one band too, I've heard Open Arms and Don't Stop Believing on BBC Radio 2 (the biggest station in the country) this week alone. Agree on Foreigner. They both still do pretty good business on concert tickets. tier 2 is: Survivor, Asia, REO, Boston, Kansas, maybe Starship tier 3: Night Ranger, Loverboy, Styx, 38 Special. Your average joe here in the U
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10 months ago
thinny
Didn't expect to, but quite enjoying it actually. Impulsive is a great tune.
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10 months ago
thinny
The first album is one of my favourite albums of all time - killer all the way through. Paper Money is two or three great songs, a few good ones, and a couple of average-poor ones. Everything after that wasn't really to my tastes.
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11 months ago
thinny
Hootchietoad Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Sammy’s lame lyrics became > even lamer. Spanked, In n Out, Poundcake...are you > kidding me? Looks like you didn't really understand the lyrics of In n Out. It's not a sex song. FUCK by a mile for me. VH and Sammy at their best.
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11 months ago
thinny
The Mix is all wrong on the new record. The drums are way too loud in the mix and the guitars way down. The drum sound also sounds very processed to me. Really stuggle with the album due to this.
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1 year ago
thinny
Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Glad to see her hasn't got another version of 'The > Touch' on it. Surely some mistake!? It must be a hidden bonus track! ;)
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1 year ago
thinny
rickyboy999 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > JBJ needs to get with Erk Martensson and co-write > with someone decent who will give him a bit of > energy. But he hasn't got the balls..... That's the last thing that JBJ wants to do. He doesn't want to compete with bands that are signed to Frontiers. He wants to compete with bands that are considered l
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1 year ago
thinny
If you have installed the file you almost certainly just need to change the default browser. In your search bartype "Default Apps". in the "Web Browser" section change the browser to Chrome. It will ask if you sure and say that they recommend Edge, but just say yes you are sure, and all will be well...
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1 year ago
thinny
Thunder has been put back to early 2021 on BMG
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1 year ago
thinny
They were a band once....look at the Cover of These Days, Keep The Faith, even The Circle....all members represented....yes, Jon was clearly the leader, but since Richie left he has no one to challenge him. This album should have been a JBJ solo record.
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1 year ago
thinny
I must be missing something. Nothing grabbed me at all. Sounded like current DP by numbers to me...
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1 year ago
thinny
I beleive that Eric Martin was considered to replace Dave in 85, not Sammy in 97... https://societyofrock.com/flashback-to-that-time-sammy-hagar-once-scared-a-singer-out-of-auditioning-for-van-halen/
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1 year ago
thinny
The album was a disaster but that wasn't Cherone's fault. The live shows showed he could pull off the old VH stuff and I'd love to have heard an album from them in the classic VH vein...
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1 year ago
thinny
Ydde Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Warrior21 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Isn’t a new album - with Brian - pretty much > already in the can? > > if you believe all the rumours based on hearsay And a photo of Brian taken behind the studio while the band were recording there... h
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1 year ago
thinny
In My experience the Rock Candy remasters are always sonically an improvement, usually by a long way. Every one i've brought so far has been worth every penny. Long may they continue!
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1 year ago
thinny
Slang actually still sounds fresh today, like they could have released it this year. In some ways I think it was ahead of it's time. Only Hysteria beats it from the Leppard catalogue for me. And I'd much rather take the intelligent lyrics on Slang over Make Love Like A Man and Let's Get Rocked by a mile...if anything, the one track that let's it down is the title track.
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1 year ago
thinny
I think Blaze actually features some of Jon's best writing and vocal performances, but it can't touch Stranger! It's Richie's finest hour!
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1 year ago
thinny
Honestly Richard makes Gary sound like a poor club singer. Richard's is a world class voice.
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1 year ago
thinny
Agree completely with the first post. Michael Anthony's voice was so prominent in those VH records, can't imagine them without it! Bon Jovi sound like a different band since Sambora left, JBJ's current voice problems aside. Jon and Richie's voices blended so well together and it just sounds kinda odd without him there in my opinion. Like there's a huge gap in the sound. How ironic that Sambora
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