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11 years ago
nobycane
It was a really great album IMO. In fact, I am surprised (speaking from a historical perspective) that after Steve Clark passed - DL did not attempt to mend fences with Pete. Looking at this project around the same time - it proved that he got his act together and was making some really good music.
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11 years ago
nobycane
Coco Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Eh...it did not slip under the radar of most rock > fans, not sure why you think that. It had plenty > coverage in the music press back in 87. And it's > also common knowledge that it was originally > intended as a Dee Snider solo album. And the 4 > bonus tracks were included on a previous reissue, >
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11 years ago
nobycane
I think you are missing the point to Kid Rock's style. There is a huge difference between ripping off a riff and sampling. Kid Rock's style is a method of sampling notable riffs and songs... he doesn't rip them off, he samples and incorporates them into his ideas for newer songs. There is a huge difference.
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11 years ago
nobycane
there are many compilation discs out there...some good, some not so good. Over the years we have all had miscellaneous discussions about them in isolation (or at time of release) - but never in whole in reflection. I am curious what everyone's preferred top 10 compilations would be? 1. Aerosmith: Gold (Young Lust previously) 2. Bad Company: The Original Bad Company Anthology 3. Def Leppard:
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11 years ago
nobycane
I actually do not think Hysteria and Adrenalize is considered metal. Hard Rock - Pop Metal - maybe, but not metal. In fact, DL have never considered themselves as Metal (and they do not want too either)......they are Hard Rock (OTTN -> Pyro) and Pop-Metal (Hyst -> X).
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11 years ago
nobycane
I think what happened with Leppard is when they made Hysteria they really more or less locked into a formula that they could not easily break out of for many years. When they attempted to diverse themselves (with SLANG) they got a lot of rejection and backlash from the fans. Then they returned to a similar type of recognizable formula with Euphoria & "X" to win their fan base b
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11 years ago
nobycane
I would say the set list is alright - nothing spectacular - could be better IMO. Even though the set lists on the live releases on the deluxe versions are a helluva lot better. I will be picking it up for sure.........curious to see if the Japanese, European versions will have a little different tracklisting or not
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11 years ago
nobycane
I really do not mind - though a lot of their older stuff the production is a bit on the weaker side, however even with re-mastering some older albums - the quality might not be up to par. So therefore depending on which tracks (and we need to hold judgment until we know) they are are going to re-record. It could be a double disc - and they could get inspired enough to record a couple of new songs
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11 years ago
nobycane
Hi everyone...need a little help here with this release. I have and live in the US, and the single disc version I have has only 13 live tracks and 1 studio track. However, and correct me if I am wrong, but was this ever released as a double disc version? I cannot seem to remember and find anything on this. OR am I confusing the double disc version with the original 2-cassette version that came
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11 years ago
nobycane
Steve Plunkett has basically gone underground and has stayed out of the eye of the media for a long time. Certainly after BUZZ - he disappeared after that release, mainly producing and co-writing many songs for other artists, and such. However, he did co-write a couple of songs on the RockStar soundtrack sometime back. Other than that - he is MIA.
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11 years ago
nobycane
Warrant's Born Again album wasn't bad by all means - the songs were rather good, the overall feel was good too. However, Jamie St. James just did not fit the way a lot of us wanted too. At times, I am split on how to accept this album - at times it feels like Warrant is backing up Jamie St. James and this is an experimental Black N Blue album - and other times it feels like St. James is guest app
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11 years ago
nobycane
I was thinking the same thing - they could have put at least a couple new tracks on the disc collection to make it a little more attractive.
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11 years ago
nobycane
Thanks Andrew for the clips - I am really digging the new Journey tracks, excited about the release. Wondering what type of packaging it will be when released...akin to the WalMart "Revelations" scenario?
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