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2 years ago
Tom G
First listen, enjoying it alot too. I like the prog-influences.
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2 years ago
Tom G
That's 3 outta 3 I have enjoyed so far from the new album. Heart Explodes is definitely the strongest of the bunch.
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2 years ago
Tom G
Supply and demand. Let's not pretend all the extra money is going directly into Queen and Adam Lambert's bank accounts, staging a tour on this scale surely is not cheap.
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2 years ago
Tom G
First listen today. I quite like it. Looking forward to giving it a few more spins.
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2 years ago
Tom G
Haven't yet. Loved Cold but the other track before release didn't do much for me. I thought The Ninth Hour was really solid. Gonna check this one out later.
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2 years ago
Tom G
Hope so, looking forward to new GnR stuff. Can't believe Chinese Democracy is almost 11 years old already
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2 years ago
Tom G
Love them. Excited for the new album. Wouldn't compare them to Steel Panther at all.
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2 years ago
Tom G
Heart Explodes is a great tune, been listening to it alot the last few days. To me the song of the year so far is the title track from Bruce Springsteen's Western Stars, just an incredible song. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IXzAAKrsFE
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2 years ago
Tom G
Bob Catley was apparantly close to joining Rainbow and also auditioned for Black Sabbath back in the day.
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2 years ago
Tom G
Avantasia - The Seven Angels That song is the very epitome of more is more.
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2 years ago
Tom G
So many Bruce Springsteen songs I could mention. Jungleland, Western Stars, Brothers Under The Bridge, The Wall but his very best is My Father's House IMO. Good shout with Telegraph Road by Dire Straits. Scenes From An Italian Restaurant by Billy Joel is another classic.
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2 years ago
Tom G
For me it is the other way around: I didn't like Pinewood Smile much but both these tracks sound really good.
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2 years ago
Tom G
Last single was divisive but they are a divisive band lol. I really dig this tune though. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5yEtElBgyU Really good track IMO.
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2 years ago
Tom G
Roger Taylor is one of my favourite drummers. Signature sound and a fantastic vocalist as well.
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2 years ago
Tom G
Quite like it. I didn't like Pinewood Smile but Last Of Our Kind was a fine record IMO. First two are classics.
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2 years ago
Tom G
I love Brian but I would also LOVE for them to make a record with Axl, he did one hell of a job.
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2 years ago
Tom G
That's a great tune. Bruno Mars is one hell of an artist. He played the drums and guitar on the track too.
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2 years ago
Tom G
Great record! Odd track sequence though, Vigilante should have been the opener.
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2 years ago
Tom G
Gonna miss Al, he has been great for Magnum for almost 20 years. Best of luck to him. Looking forward to see what Dennis can bring to the table - I wonder if he is going to be involved in the actual production of the new Magnum album?
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2 years ago
Tom G
Can't wait. Lost On The Road To Eternity was a terrific album!
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2 years ago
Tom G
Anyone else got this gem? Released on Friday. Excellent record IMO. Well-crafted orchestral folk/pop/country. Lovely arrangements and great lyrics as per usual. Each track feels like a small slice of cinema. Title track: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IXzAAKrsFE
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2 years ago
Tom G
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsH4URIWNRE Bloody hell what a tune! Hello Sunshine was great, not a big fan of There Goes My Miracle but this song is superb. Absolutely love the strings and the Western-wibe. Hard work will clear your mind and body The hard sun will burn out the pain If they're looking for me, tell 'em buddy I'm waiting down at the station Just praying to the five-f
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2 years ago
Tom G
+1 on Beautiful World. Oh and Guns N' Roses - Chinese Democracy. Love that record!
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2 years ago
Tom G
Here it is. There Goes My Miracle - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbDKBcPsmoQ Really like it. Hello Sunshine was even better though. But I am very excited for the direction of this record - love the sweeping arrangements and the strings.
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2 years ago
Tom G
Was in London last week and saw Take That live for the first time at the O2 Arena and... wow it might have been one of the best shows I have EVER seen. Simply astounding. The stage show was incredible. You could've gone without knowing a single tune and enjoyed every second. They sold out the arena for 8 (!) nights and I understand why. Their 90's stuff is mostly tough to listen to nowadays b
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2 years ago
Tom G
Bruce Springsteen Bob Catley John Farnham Paul Rodgers
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2 years ago
Tom G
Freddie was a baritone who sang in the tenor range, Adam is a natural tenor. Freddie is my favourite singer of all time but people are too quick to discredit Adam Lambert IMO, he is a very talented singer.
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2 years ago
Tom G
I've had it stuck for the last two days. It's a great tune. Moving, elegant. Lovely production too.
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2 years ago
Tom G
Superb song. Bruce is a master at what he does. I am looking forward to an album of this sort, very atmospheric. If you fall in love with lonely , you end that way... Seems to me the song is about his struggle with depression.
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2 years ago
Tom G
He has great technique which has made it possible for him to keep his voice in shape even with the passing of years. Many rock singers don't.
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