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16 years ago
arenean
I'm an APP nut! I got all their albums after I first heard the track "Mammagamma" on holiday in 83 (I thought his instrumentals were excellent). He can rock as well though. There's "In The Real World" from the "Stereotomy" album, "Can't Take It With You" from "Pyramid", "Dr Tarr & Prof. Fether" from "Tales Of Mystery & Imagi
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16 years ago
arenean
Valentine album?? Right...I'm joining!
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16 years ago
arenean
LOTR Original Star Wars trilogy Planes Trains & Automobiles Ferris Bueller's Day Off Silent Running Electric Dreams Apollo 13 The 'Burbs Shawshank Redemption The Thing They Live Alien Aliens The Bounty Spinal Tap Glory and loads of others I can't think of!
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16 years ago
arenean
Oh yes, and if you haven't seen it - go to Alan Parsons official site (http://www.alanparsonsmusic.com/home.html) and you can buy the live in Madrid concert from last year on DVD (PAL only). Their current drummer, Steve Murphy (ex- Company Of Wolves) is excellent.
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16 years ago
arenean
D2 too
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16 years ago
arenean
Can you please post the link Richard?
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16 years ago
arenean
Oh yes, I forgot. "Dare" by Stan Bush is a lot like that as well....
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16 years ago
arenean
Hmm, almost an impossible question. I DO seem to be playing "Heartline" by Robin George a lot lately. It's got so much energy, and you need those stabbing keyboards in the background to make the ultimate AOR track, IMHO......
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16 years ago
arenean
I got that! Well, the Jon Anderson "Far Far Cry" single lifted from the album anyway...
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16 years ago
arenean
As I put in my message above, it's got nothing to do with John Cleese.
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16 years ago
arenean
Another one for Loverboy
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16 years ago
arenean
No, it's an urban myth. See..... http://www.snopes.com/politics/satire/revocation.asp
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16 years ago
arenean
You can also use Streamripper, which works as an attachment to Winamp. It's freeware, and you just click record, and it'll start writing the show under a directory name, which it gets from the radio station's show title. It also preserves the ID3 name tag info from mp3s on the Shoutcast radio stations....
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16 years ago
arenean
Last info I heard was when he played a charity gig ("Sincerely Sheffield") last year, with Def Leppard and Paul Carrack, amongst others. I think he still has the perm and Union Jack guitar. I quite liked him actually, but it's like he fell off the face of the planet (well, Yorkshire anyway)....
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16 years ago
arenean
Angelia - Richard Marx My Sharona - The Knack
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16 years ago
arenean
Night Ranger all the way
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16 years ago
arenean
I think I'll get something else for dinner tonight.
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16 years ago
arenean
No, if you have to get a "Best Of", get "Essential Journey" over "Greatest Hits". It's 2 CD's compared to 1, and I got it for the same price!
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16 years ago
arenean
1009. Re: 1987
Now then, what did I buy in '87...... Whitesnake - er, 1987 Def Leppard - Hysteria (natch) Yes - Big Generator Night Ranger - Big Life (think it was 87) Some Starship CD Heart - Bad Animals Barclay James Harvest - Face to Face Gary Moore - Wild Frontier Kiss - Crazy Nights Pink Floyd - A Momentary Lapse Of Reason Richard Marx (s/t) Alan Parsons Project - Gaudi
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16 years ago
arenean
1010. Re: 1985
OzzMosiz wrote: > > Rush - Power Windows (not 1 duff track IMO) > > and if it counts: > Bryan Adams: Reckless > Dire Straits: Money For Nothing (or was it 86?) > > Nah, 85. I remember at the time on the TV news they said that the "Brothers In Arms" album was the first to sell more on CD than on vinyl. It quickly spelt the end of 12" black plastic....
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16 years ago
arenean
1011. Re: 1985
Some albums which I thought were 1985 seem to be listed as '84 or '86, so I could put hundreds of albums down! I think these AOR albums are OK though, for starters.... John Parr (s/t) John Miles - Transition Michael Bolton - Everybody's Crazy Power Station (s/t) Mr Mister - Welcome To The Real World Don Henley - Building The Perfect Beast Bryan Adams - Reckless (ah, maybe '84 though, come to th
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16 years ago
arenean
Uncanny eh?! Black/grey baseball tops sound good. I'll definitely get one if they're available beforehand. Friday & Saturday lineup on the same top? Hmm, maybe on the XL size.....
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16 years ago
arenean
I'm just wondering if it'd be possible to get hold of Firefest T-shirts before the event by mail-order? Then I can show my Firefest T-shirt with pride on the train up to Nottingham (providing it's not minus 10 degrees by then). Actually, blue (not navy) would be a nice change from the usual boring black T-shirts......
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16 years ago
arenean
Coldplay have had a few good tunes, but I can't stand Chris Martins voice. The bloke from Keane can hold a note far better.....
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16 years ago
arenean
I was in Leicester Square last night (before the Stormtroopers arrived for the Star Wars marathon), and in the Trocadero I was amazed to hear the strains of "Owner of a Lonely Heart" by Yes! I soon realised it was the new dance remix that's been released, but the original is so good, even that couldn't spoil it.
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16 years ago
arenean
You're right Al. I'm in Exeter too, and apart from the bigger acts playing the Plymouth Pavilions, there's nowhere to go within an hours drive. What it needs down here is someone like Ray Bipsham to set up a Limelight type club, like he did in Crewe....
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16 years ago
arenean
It's different, but I grew into it after I saw the fantastic live show at the Astoria in London. "We Play the Game" is classic APP, and "More Lost Without You" bobbles along well. A lot of the other stuff is instrumental, but not quite in the rock/keyboard style of the older APP albums - it's a lot more ambient (however, "Return to Tunguska" features Dave Gilmour on
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18 years ago
arenean
Just to let those in the north of England know that the Limelight Club in Crewe has just opened it's new Music Cafe, and that the 2nd & 4th Saturdays every month will be a dedicated AOR rock night disco, with occasional guest bands. Entry is free unless there's a guest band on. http://www.crewe-limelight.co.uk/
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