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2 years ago
nobycane
Amazing excerpt........plus, just the notion of a "kitchen-sink" reunion tour with Mike, Hagar, Roth and Cherone was actually happening andhad moving forward in some capacity...just the thought in how amazing that would have been as a 'final curtain' tour.
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2 years ago
nobycane
Makes you wonder through...if Jimi Bell is growing tiredsome of Christensen and HOL and the overall direction of the band and sound...especially with how this last album and its process ended up. With Bell being in Autograph and don't know if Maxx Explosion is on hiatus or done...but I am wondering if Bell may leave HOL and move on?
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2 years ago
nobycane
Gene the Werewolf is back........thank the makers! LOL Excited to hear the new tune.... Gene, please tell us there is a new full-length album in the works??? Rock on......
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2 years ago
nobycane
BALANCE.......all the way
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2 years ago
nobycane
Well......this is a no-brainer....DLR Band all the way.
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2 years ago
nobycane
fox-roxx Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I don't want to upset anybody with the suggestion > but is it possible that Donald Trump could come > back in 4 years and try again - or is that against > the rules ? > > Could his son take his place with Donald pulling > the strings ? According to the Constitution, if Trump does lose this
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2 years ago
nobycane
To be honest......there are still half-a-dozen states up in the air (too close to call), etc. In fact, a couple of those states probably will not declare "finished" counting or tabulating their ballots and declare who took that state until tomorrow (Thurs). I would not be surprised if everything is completely done until sometime late Friday!!!!!!
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2 years ago
nobycane
Howdy - check your PM. Thanks.
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2 years ago
nobycane
I really hope this next release has a little more energy and steps up a few notches....I have to be honest, Don't Let Up (2017) really did not impress me too much...it lacked a lot compared to California and High Road...which were excellent albums.
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2 years ago
nobycane
I agree with everyone... I have been too disappointed in Bon Jovi's releases since The Circle (2009), after that...nothing they have released have been worth noting, listening to or really even acknowledging...Bon Jovi is not a band anymore, they are a glorified Jon Bon Jovi solo super-project, since he knows he cannot sell under his solo name moniker. He and his music is too political, preach
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2 years ago
nobycane
W T F did I just listen to???? Well that was time on this planet I will never get back...... damn, it made me want to take another shower after watching that....
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2 years ago
nobycane
I am in agreement here......I am huge Robin McAuley / MSG fan, and Black Swan is a great album (looking forward to the followup). I have to admit, I have not had the opportunity to check out any of his solo stuff and/or Grand Prix..., though I enjoyed the Demon Angels release "Time of Confusion" from '06. Shame, I know...but I am certainly going to make an effort.
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2 years ago
nobycane
the new live Eclipse CD/DVD, and Jeff Scott Soto's new solo album....those two are on my immediate list. ;-)
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2 years ago
nobycane
interestingly enough, this whole story would make a pretty movie......
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2 years ago
nobycane
Crack a Smile, IMHO, is an alright album, I can see where the band was attempting to go with this...they were trying to get back to what those first 3 albums were like... but since it was shelved for so many years, it more or less lost its pizzazz... but CAS is an oddity album, much like Native Tongue ... its a helluva lot better than anything they put out post-Crack A Smile..... however, NT stil
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2 years ago
nobycane
I get it.......I am looking to do it as a hobby, something to do. ;-)
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2 years ago
nobycane
Thanks to all who replied.......I will keep those interested in updates once I get it up and going.
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2 years ago
nobycane
It is the Mandela effect .... I am telling you, the same thing has happened to me too.... with Jimmy Page's Outrider album...I know I have it on cd, I have a Xmas pic to prove it to myself from 2001 (wife bought it for me to replace the cassette tape). And for the life of me...I have no damn clue to where it is, and I keep a strict organized cd library too.... i rant and rave about someone stol
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2 years ago
nobycane
I am thinking of beginning a youtube video log in reviewing some interesting and obscure albums, etc. Want to be a little more creative and unique...and not so mundane as lot of the ones I see on there. Any recommendations, suggestions, advise (except don't do it! LOL) that you all would care to add? I do know that I have to avoid sound snippets, and actual playing of the tracks due to copyr
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2 years ago
nobycane
Don't know about that yet.......the cd I ordered mine through the Indiegogo, and was told it was shipped...still waiting....
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2 years ago
nobycane
I cannot say that really blame Frontiers for making this request/demand. As good as the debut was....it was nothing spectacular, earth-shattering, or really memorable, IMO. In fact, and I have said this before on here in these discussions, that a lot of these Lynch projects have sounded the same....Lynch Mob, The End Machine, Lynch-Pilson, etc. all have the same sound - really no diversity. S
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2 years ago
nobycane
Agreed - a great rendition of a great Beatles songs.....I love the energy of the track, especially the guitar solos......seems like Ace and the band had a great time recording the track... :-)
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2 years ago
nobycane
Poison, to me is/was a two-sided coin.... with CC on guitar and their first 3 albums, they established themselves as a glam/hair/party-rock band...it was fun, and served its purpose and got them the record deal, Mtv exposure, and the fame, etc., etc, etc. On the other side...when they recorded with Kotzen and Saraceno - those two albums showed a vastly more mature writing of good songs, especi
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2 years ago
nobycane
This reminds me with Van Halen's Balance album......I can swear to know end I am hearing a skip in the track #8 "not enough" right around 1:02-1:04....on my cds, it sounds like it drops out a milisecond ...almost like a silent blip. Strange.....
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2 years ago
nobycane
I remember about 10 years ago I purchased a 2-cd set of Britny Fox ‎– Britny Fox / Boys In Heat...that was released on the Ironbird label from Amazon.com. And come to find out that the two cds were reversed when played... Britny Fox ‎(ST) cd actually had the Boys In Heat tracks playing on the disc and Britny Fox (Boys In Heat) cd actually had the Britny Fox ‎(ST) tracks playing on
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2 years ago
nobycane
To be honest, I never got to experience the Paul Rodgers' BC era when they were in their prime.... the original lineup pretty much broke up and recruited Brian Howe by the time I started to listening to them when they started making headlines again, etc. So I am a little bias towards the Brian Howe era more so than Paul Rodgers.
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2 years ago
nobycane
Winger (1988) & In the Heart of the Young (1990) Hey, it was the sign of the times for those albums (Mtv), I like them, always have, however, with those 2 albums listening to more of the deeper cuts rather than the classic singles... In all, both are good albums. Though, if you have not had the chance to listen to the demos from those first two albums, available on Demo Anthology (2007), a l
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2 years ago
nobycane
From my understanding, there was supposed to be a massive box set, remasters, live stuff, and especially demos, alternate takes and unreleased tracks, etc. However, I believe all the masters, tracks, reels etc. were all stored at Brian Wheats' home studio or studio storage, and it caught fire and burned to the ground...apparently that is where the band kept everything initially...and the band l
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2 years ago
nobycane
I had the same issue with Chrome...but then decided if I cleared cookies and browser history to see if that worked, I was able to login with no issues. But the odd thing was I could login with Chrome in incognito mode but not in regular mode on the browser....weird.
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2 years ago
nobycane
I know it was Written by Jack Blades, Tommy Shaw, Ted Nugent. By the guitar work definitely has that Nugent classic raw riff to it...so I wouldn't be surprised it the song was an original idea he had initially brought to the writing session table. DY- Bonestripper
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