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1 year ago
cherokeee
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > They were victims of the changing music scenario > too,let's not forget. Backlash was smack dab in > the middle of the grunge era,eh? That was a death > knell for ANY band no matter WHo was involved... > :-( T Backlash was released in Mid 1991. That was hardly "in the middle of the grunge er
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1 year ago
cherokeee
rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > The Doors (I just cannot understand what there is > to like) Haha... I TOTALLY can relate to this ! That "Light my Fire" Song being constantly on "Classic Rock" Radio already annoyed the shit out of me for years... and THEN they started playing the original Long version with that m
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1 year ago
cherokeee
alaskaman Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Mutt Lange adding bgv's on all those albums he > produced - Def Leppard, AC\DC, Foreigner, the > Cars, and more. Yep, my initial thought as well. Much like Producer Terry Thomas. The BG vocals on TT Produced Albums from GIANT, BAD COMPANY or FOREIGNER all sound quite similar.
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1 year ago
cherokeee
Troy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > Least favorite: > Debut (just sounds so dated and weak. Too much > keyboards and fluff. I wish they would re-record > it like they did mood swings. I loved it when it > came out but it's by far my least listened to even > though it has 3 of my favorite songs. When they > do it live, the
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1 year ago
cherokeee
I dont hate it but over the years I found that its quite the lazy "hmm, how to end this thing now, aah whatever" approach in many cases... :-) The simple Crashing Cymbal Ending ala ACDC is probably inspired by the Live Concert Feel of these tunes. But a proper fitting Ending/Closure has to be arranged/composed as well and thats where many Artists just go the ´easy route´ sadly
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1 year ago
cherokeee
...where bascally the "backing Band" on Fionas 1986 "Beyond the Pale" Album 2 years prior to WINGER the band existing. Probably well known around here and not THAT "strange" I guess ;-)
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1 year ago
cherokeee
Ross S. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > http://vinnievincent.com/product/vinnie-vincent-au > tographed-merchandise-pack/ > > Perfect thing for a post-COVID recession, don't > you think? Well, These days VV is notorious for being totally ´Out of touch´ with anything around him… so, I´m not surprised. :-P Remember, thats the s
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1 year ago
cherokeee
Robby Valentine - Remember who you are Mike & the Mechanics - Why Me
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1 year ago
cherokeee
RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Roth appears to be trying at least. Sure, but judging from those few instances here where Paul actually DOES sing, I´m not sure I want to hear him ´try´ any more than a choked squeek here and there ;-)
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1 year ago
cherokeee
Robby Valentine - Valentines Overture Part I That 11 Min Monster easily justified getting the Debut Album a second time as an expensive japanese Import back then. Same goes for Valentines Overture Part II which was a jap Bonus on his MAGIC INFINITY Album. They where not "leftover throwaways" though. According to Robby they initially where meant to open and close the Magic Infin
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1 year ago
cherokeee
NICE !! Reb Beach´s signature Sound/Riffing is as prominent as I was hoping ^_^ This sounds like a tasty ´in between Snack´ until the next WINGER Studio release Comes along.
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2 years ago
cherokeee
hmm, These two favorites of mine might be fitting to some extent ? GIANT - I´ll be there when its over Jean Beauvoir - Sorry I missed your wedding day
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2 years ago
cherokeee
from the IV Album. Love, how the awesome Riffing during the outro morphes right into the Next Song... One of my favorite Moments during the entire Record.
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2 years ago
cherokeee
...Meh, unless he gets Sambora back to handle ALL the lead vocals, I just couldnt bring myself to even bother :-/
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2 years ago
cherokeee
RAB Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Does Nuno have a history with drugs ? I don’t > really follow the band but I was unaware of this. HIGHLY unlikely ! I mean just look at him, the dude is in his 50´s and in better physical shape than most at 30 :-) Whatever that "Drug" is, I´d like a subscription too ;-D
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2 years ago
cherokeee
Huh ? Isnt it a bit late in the year for April Fools jokes ??! Nuno and Gary have been close Buddies throughout the years (Decades) good and bad times... He´s in constant high praise of their collaboration judging from his Facebook posts. So I doubt something ´trivial´ like a cocaine habit would be reason for them to throw it all away ! Besides... NUNO basically IS EXTREME, he´s alway
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2 years ago
cherokeee
RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Sorry, can't hear anything other than bland pop > pap music when I do have to listen to them. *smh* I would sort of understand this dismissive argument If all their Songs sounded like "Over my Shoulder" ...BUT those first three Albums are mostly filled with energetic high tech AORish stuff !!
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2 years ago
cherokeee
Ardian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I used to be a huge fan of Valentine. I have all > of his albums, and many singles too, but I think > the last item I bought was the 2nd volume of his > Queen Tribute. I still don't buy the last two > albums yet (the two he released after getting > married, I think). Duuude, youre missing out big t
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2 years ago
cherokeee
and WHAT a Comeback that was. After the Brothers went in all directions, doing mutiple solo Albums and the public labeling them "soon to be extinct" Dinosaurs with that 70´s Disco Stigma, ESP brought them back into the Higher Chart regions, and basically launched an entire second Career for the Band with all following Albums.
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2 years ago
cherokeee
Mockingbird sounds way too "Country" or "Bluegrass" for a HardRock/Techno Outfit... just Change it to: ROCKINGBird ! tadaaa ;-)
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2 years ago
cherokeee
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > *edit time?? T
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2 years ago
cherokeee
Hey... they even made a movie about it :-D BOAT TRIP Big Dog Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > standing-hampton Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Do cruise ships have gay bars ? > > I probably went to a few and not even knew it. > It's a miracle my straightness survived. > &
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2 years ago
cherokeee
Irwin m fletcher Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > He has a point though. Of course he has... But we GOT IT like 25 rants ago already ! ;-P
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2 years ago
cherokeee
hardwired Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > This is not Queen sorry ;) > I watched until the Paul Rodgers part and fast > forwarded when Lamebird came on. Just proof that > QPR were adventurous and a believable ROCK act. > They should have left it at that. Too bad they > decided to become a laughing stock aka Vegas > Lounge act. The Seco
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2 years ago
cherokeee
cluster Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I always liked Lambert and his voice long before > he got in tow with May and Taylor. He was great on > American Idol where I first heard him - pretty > sure he did BR early on and then did some great > covers after that. I got his first album which I > still play a lot - some great pop/rock on that
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2 years ago
cherokeee
Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You can rip the cd to mp3, if you like a version > with lesser sound quality. Fucking AMEN !! as an audiophile myself who to this day NEVER resorted to buying his Music as some digital File I APPLAUD that post !!! ;-)
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2 years ago
cherokeee
cluster Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > As I said in my other posts drum sound counts a > lot - Pull has an excellent drum sound as do most > Andy Johns produced albums. btw. If you are THAT much into Drum Sounds, I hope you also own Motley Crue´s 1994 Album with Corabi; produced by Bob Rock. IMO its basically a Tommy Lee Solo Album, si
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2 years ago
cherokeee
WINGER - PULL GIANT - Time to Burn HOUSE OF LORDS - SAHARA those Albums came out during the final Stretches of RecordCompanies still spending BIG Cash on Producers + Studio Time in that Genre... and it clearly Shows (Sounds) here ;-)
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2 years ago
cherokeee
Daredevil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Very few people classify the Mötley’s S/T as > classic or great. And those are mostly not Crüe > fans. It‘s not a grunge album either. Skid Row, > Warrant or Danger Danger are good examples, > though. but then again its the ONLY Crue Album I liked enough to actually BUY back in the DAY... ;-)
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2 years ago
cherokeee
...since Howe´s Vocal Characteristics seemed much Closer to Lou Gramm´s Delivery than Edwards could ever pull off ! Wasnt he even considered as a Replacement at one Point ??
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