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10 months ago
Scott
It’s a very good album. On first few listens, I’m liking it more than the previous two at this early stage. This one has grabbed me more. First 5-6 are all excellent. Then there is a few that I think will be growers. The end track is also excellent. So yeah, mostly fantastic and a few growers...so that’s a win. JSS sounds great and the drums sound better/dynamic on this one. It is earl
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10 months ago
Scott
The guy can sing. He’s an acquired taste IMO. Seems people are divided on his style. But he does seem to be the man of the moment, and it can get a bit much. For me, small doses. He’s getting called and accepting the work...who can blame him.
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10 months ago
Scott
It’s a very good album. Kinda Cry Of Love / Crowes / G Satellites vibe with Danny’s vocals. I have the original. Would’ve been good to have better album art (if that still floats your boat). Worth getting ....
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10 months ago
Scott
I like that. Great sonics and a change of the auto-pilot JORN we’ve had for a while. It’s still got some DIO-isms, but it’s fresher and in parts has a little bit of his “ARK” project sounds. Excellent...how he this signals a upping of the game from him.
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10 months ago
Scott
I read somewhere that first mix of the album Is killer. Can’t remember the back story, but it got another mix that was put out and the band weren’t happy. It might be Bicker that said he has a copy of the original mix and it’s more more dynamic and powerful. I do like it, but yeah..it isn’t a patch on what followed with Premonition.
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11 months ago
Scott
AC⚡️DC “REALIZE” What a return to the form.
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11 months ago
Scott
Had it blasting this morning. A few songs perhaps aren’t grabbing me, but I’ve enjoyed most and love some of them. Some have been DOKKEN/MOB-ized. It’s well played, recorded and mixed. I like what Lynch and Pilson do, and I know this isn’t a record out to re-set the bar for greatness. It’s a fun record where the guys put their spin on some songs. I’m not 100% of all the singers bu
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11 months ago
Scott
Now that’s a vocal!! Just before it kicks into the guitar solo and the octave jump. Wow. I always preferred Kenny. There are some similarities between them, both can go full throttle, but Erik got a little more “shouty” to me. He’s great, love him...but I prefer the timbre of Kennys voice and the when he does the more restraint and lower register theres a more soulful and soft dynamic.
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1 year ago
Scott
A guy like Phil Mogg brings out the melody, the songwriter. On his own, he writes instrumentals that these guys try and sing too. He's never been better than when working with Sir Phil Of Mogg.
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1 year ago
Scott
Agree..sounds like them, classic rock, just beefier sound than previous albums that sounded a bit lacking in the sonics (to me anyway).
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1 year ago
Scott
Good observation. Definitely not going full throttle with the vocal gymnastics all the time. Sounds much better for it. Less theatrical as well.
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1 year ago
Scott
Much better sounding. The guitars seemed thin on the previous albums. This sounds better produced and mixed. Overall much “bigger” sound. The two “new” guitarists I feel suit the band better. More identity and a bit more “flash” without being a guitar wank fest. Both are tasty players (check some of there individual FB page noodle vids...nice playing) Lyrically, it’s not setting
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1 year ago
Scott
I don’t think it’s a better or worse than much of the recent JORN stuff. Typically cliche DIO/PRIEST-ish. It’s one track. It’s ok. On my iPhone speaker the vocals sounded a bit high up and reverb drenched, but it’s probably my phone. As someone else said, writing it off.
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1 year ago
Scott
Money Shot...or Demon Fire I like them all. Only No Mans Land falls a little short for me. Best record they’ve made since 83. Production is right. The feel is right. Good consistent songs with some new quirks that spike your ear. I expected a half and half album I’d skip through. First time in a while I’ve enjoyed playing an entire new DC album straight throug.
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1 year ago
Scott
Good song and sonically much better than the last one, in terms of the drums sounds. Promising. Look forward the album
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1 year ago
Scott
I’ve had the CD a couple of days and just let it play in the background. It’s got energy, it’s fun and varied in tempos. It’s got a feel good vibe about it. A few little new twists in the songs which is nice. But it’s still AC/DC. Only one song, No Mans Land misses the mark for me. The rest are good. Some excellent. Arguably the most consistent album since 82-83. Realise and Sho
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1 year ago
Scott
Yeah..the drum recording/mix lacks dynamics and they tend to sound samey.
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1 year ago
Scott
I look forward to more from WET. I really liked the debut and Earthrage. If there’s one thing to my ears that needs a change, it’s the drums. Perhaps hard to articulate here, but just a bigger separation / definition between the snare, toms and bass drum. Maybe it’s the mixes, but it just sometimes seem the drums are samey and bit buried. IDK...???? Good to know there’s new music on the
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1 year ago
Scott
AGREE..we just lost EVH, we’ve lost so so many of late. People should be bloody happy bands like DC can still put out quality music. Soon, all these bands will be a memory!! Like you, first time I heard it..yeah, it was familiar. Yeah..its typical DC. GOOD! That’s what I want from DC. My toe tapped and I smiled as well, within a few bars of it playing.
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1 year ago
Scott
https://m.youtube.com/watch?fbclid=IwAR3cc3JeQzQYQ_5-k0jA7muYevZq1GQnWULlnBAzr82j8HF2r2J82lmSzjM&feature=emb_logo&v=4YrEdw3vzck Brief new interview with Brian and Cliff. They used the riffs and ideas Mal and Angus had written and stored up over the years as the basis for the material. That’s what’s bands do anyway. They always dip into the ideas they store up. Mal is not on the
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1 year ago
Scott
Exactly.. Whist some of their mid-late 80s albums were quite right (mainly due to production and mix). But overall, they always deliver a decent album, that always perhaps unfairly gets a hard time as it’s not BIB vol:2. I though Black Ice was a gold return to form if 2 or 3 tracks too many. Rock Or Bust seeks to have suffered as it was a much snappier and shorter playing record, but...it
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1 year ago
Scott
Sounds like AC/DC...which is what DC fans wants right? Good punchy sound and track sounds solid. As a short teaser, sounds good to me. https://youtu.be/iKOlC8hNMZA
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1 year ago
Scott
Pearl Of Euphoria. Brilliant track and love the alternate mix, slight difference on the SLANG Deluxe CD.
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1 year ago
Scott
Utter shit
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1 year ago
Scott
TALK is possibly the best of the 3 original RABIN era records. Less poppy and marries old YES and the then modern YES perfectly. The production is incredible.
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1 year ago
Scott
He was great drummer and very underrated. He fought this hard. Shame. Another loss of one of the vets. I QR take a lot of flack, but the first 3 albums are actually pretty good. RIP Frankie.
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1 year ago
Scott
Unreal...and Paul Chapman just a couple Of months ago.
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1 year ago
Scott
I don’t mind it. I’ve still for the original and now this for a different spin on it. Oni’s vocal could’ve sounded a bit more inspired.
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1 year ago
Scott
He’s said this album is the “book end” to how it all started. So I guess, if he’s serious, this is his way of closing the chapter. There was to have been a tour as you probably know, but I think they’ve all decided it’s done as COVID isn’t going anywhere for a longtime.
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1 year ago
Scott
He has already suggested that LYNCH MOB is done. He said on a Instagram post, this was the end of LM and the end of an era. New chapter coming up and Oni has already decided he’s not doing the gigs that were intended and rescheduled. So perhaps COVID, BLM and Oni leaving (yet again) etc has brought about this decision. No idea if he intends to do one last tour with a new singer, but he said L
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