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2 years ago
seventhsea
They are crisp but you put them on a mix cd/playlist and the difference in volume is ridiculous, like the old Nice Price albums)
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2 years ago
seventhsea
The first two albums were "ok" to me - i like the songs live but not on the cd so much. I got into them when they supported Quo in 91 on which they were supporting Takin' It To The Streets (they died a death as a support - i heard the guy behind say "at least they fucking tried". I then saw them on their own when they were promoting Aphrodisiac (£4 entry) so the andy Ba
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2 years ago
seventhsea
Totally agree - havent listened much to Paraphanalia (will have to remedy that) but Ive always thought that Dead Mans Shoes was a much much underrated album. Some cracking songs but as you say sound uninspired - something about the production was off, and it was very quiet. Would love to see Rock Candy or someone like that get their hands on it. Ive always liked their bluesy side though - Ap
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2 years ago
seventhsea
I must be honest, have liked very little since they reformed (couple of songs per album tops). Was as if their edge had gone and were catering for the Radio 2 audience (where they were getting airplay) This one - me likes!
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2 years ago
seventhsea
Thanks all. Ordered from Replay and bookmarked them for future purchases. Steve
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2 years ago
seventhsea
Dont suppose anyone knows of any seller in the UK advertising the forthcoming Reckless Love cd for less than £17 do they? Amazon want £17+. HMV want less but with the postage pushes it above Amazon, and I dont have an HMV near me now. Steve
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2 years ago
seventhsea
All I can say is that if Captain Can Man is once of the only ones backing your view, judging by his past posts, that is normally a sign you are on the wrong side of history!
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2 years ago
seventhsea
Thanks all for the suggestions - that should keep me busy :-)
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2 years ago
seventhsea
Agreed. I had this album years ago along with The Graveyard Train mentioned by Joe in another post. Would love to get those two again. Steve
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2 years ago
seventhsea
Er thanks for that. Any suggestions? Perhaps bands that only had one album so may have slipped through the net?
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2 years ago
seventhsea
Hi. Having listened recently to Swedish Erotica (1989), Electric Angels (1990) and Radio Active Cats (1991), I weas wondering if anyone could name any more bands of this ilk which may have been ignored due to Grunge appearing on the scene? Steve
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3 years ago
seventhsea
I have the FM releases "Taking It To The Streets" and "Aphrodisiac" They were labelled remastered but these ears cant tell the difference. Not bootlegs as said above, note the itunes releases of the FM albums are marked copyright Krescendo...
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3 years ago
seventhsea
Peter M. Bietenholz Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I assume these bands signed a contract giving the > radio stations the rights to use these broadcasts. > Perhaps they in turn license them to whoever > releases them? I also assume the artists at least > get royalties paid? May do but I doubt it. Remember how dodgy a lot of contracts were
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3 years ago
seventhsea
Nathan James? Im out! Steve
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3 years ago
seventhsea
I assume its like when all those interview picture discs started appearing back in the late 80s/90s. From what i understood, the copyright/rights were held by the interviewer not the artist, and so they were able to be sold without the artists permission
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3 years ago
seventhsea
Yet it does say at the bottom "Also available in the itunes store"
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3 years ago
seventhsea
Thanks. Only experience I had with "budget reissues" were the ones like Meatloafs Hits out of Hell where the Vinyl release was a lot quieter... Ideally id like the Japan SHM release which I believe is remastered but thats out of my price range...
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3 years ago
seventhsea
Does anyone know if there is any significant sound quality difference between the original MCA release and the Music on CD release?
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3 years ago
seventhsea
Thats the one! Was on the tip of my tongue but couldnt place it, but for some reason it took me back to the These Days Wembley concert in my mind so knew it was that era. Chhers
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3 years ago
seventhsea
https://youtu.be/9ilM05383kk The melody to the line at 0:34 ("If they made it baby so can we") Possibly Keep the Faith era
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3 years ago
seventhsea
doncherry Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Bro country a genre that a lot of people love but > more hate , .But is there such a thing a > sis/sister country,i am not talking about some > drippy 17yr girl with an acoustic guitar that is > bigger then her but some chick that rocks out > ,with stories about men and what bastards they are >
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3 years ago
seventhsea
No desire to remove the country songs here
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3 years ago
seventhsea
loved the "binary 43" bit
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3 years ago
seventhsea
Havent seen this band mentioned before (search didnt come up with anything) but really enjoying their album (self-titled) right now Lullaby https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6Tv0Bt6obU Merry Go Round https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5H8dE94MgsM Mr Big Shot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O67NZRS0zck Midnight Queen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79H8rrFsBoM Midnight Queen could be real
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3 years ago
seventhsea
and the worst will always be Hot RS - a 15 minute 70s disco version https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QcfMZWjk2C8 Other decent versions are Geordie (ft Brian from ACDC on vocals) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPab0qMd-V4 Frijid Pink (VERY 1970) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=US9lRkeW-m0 FaceVocalBand (Acappella) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cD9OUed-Tbo and this beautiful country versi
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3 years ago
seventhsea
If you have heard anything by Sandi Thom it was probably her (no1 i think) hit "I wish I was a punk rocker with flowers in my hair". Heavy New Heathens was used in the trailer for the remake of Magnificent Seven ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j265DpY423c ) Lauren O'Connells version was something to do with American Horror Story: Coven (soundtrack or trailer - one of the two).
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3 years ago
seventhsea
Rock fans who don't mind pop too? At the end of the day, music is music as far as im concerned. People get too bogged down with "labels" and "categories". Its catchy, I like it - I dont really care what label is put on it. BTW can anyone direct me to any Britney stuff that sounds like this? as none of her songs ive heard do?
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3 years ago
seventhsea
By original, Im guessing you mean the Animals which has become the "defacto standard" (even though it was heavily infulenced by the Dylan version). The song itself goes back years with the earliest known recording in the 30s. I do love the Animals version although also particularly fond of Sandi Thom, Heavy Young Heathens and Lauren O'Connell
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3 years ago
seventhsea
My all time favourite song is House of the Rising Sun and I love listening to different versions of it (and there are plenty to listen to - over 400 on secondhandsongs and thats not counting "YouTube" singers) Here are a couple of recent ones Ive come across that I particularly like The Ronains (Builds up around halfway) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gDhcUFWNSB0 Midnight Div
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3 years ago
seventhsea
been removed for some reason
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