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3 days ago
Don
It's ironic that there's so much talk about the band's potential longevity in this video, and yet they only released one album in their heyday. Not sure if they were simply victims of the changing music climate of the times (ie., grunge) or what...
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3 days ago
Don
Warrior21 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > And the shit year continues... ...My thoughts exactly. > A few weeks ago while browsing in one of my fave > indie record stores, they were playing the first > Outfield album. I had it on cassette, but never > upgraded to CD. As the store didn't have it, I > put it in my Amazon shopping ca
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4 days ago
Don
Ahhhh, and I'm guessing the previous one was from quite a few years back. I see what you did there. I would have gotten it if I was more familiar with their discography. It's kinda funny now - lol, at least for me. Seriously, though. I don't know if anyone else finds this, but a lot of my music acquisitions seem to come in groups. I can go for several weeks without getting anything n
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4 days ago
Don
PM sent. Thanks!!!
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4 days ago
Don
Ummmm....I'm not the sharpest knife in the drawer, T, but I usually get most of the humour around these parts. In this case though, you've lost me. Then again, if it's a BOC joke, I don't know that much about the band or their back catalogue.
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4 days ago
Don
Yup, simply AWESOME company, and they manage to release some interesting stuff. Not sure if I'm out of my mind for doing so, but I'm still holding onto hope that one day they'll manage to release "Stand Tall" by the Killer Dwarfs. Some other company managed to re-release a few copies of it back in the early 2000s, but they're super-rare and crazy expensive.
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5 days ago
Don
It arrived a few days ago, but I haven't even had a chance to spin it once through yet. Sounds like I'm in for a treat!
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5 days ago
Don
rocknut Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Generally it’s in the car, to and from work. My > wife, it’s fair to say, isn’t a hard > rock/metal fan so it’s not very often that I can > listen in the house without using headphones. ....It's the same situation for me. Funny thing is, she used to be a fan. Back in the day, we even went to a c
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5 days ago
Don
Well said, PreacherMan.
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6 days ago
Don
Yeah, MHR acts like this would get my vote as well. But, in terms of '90s style acts, I'd have to go with the likes of... Vertical Horizon Collective Soul Vertical Horizon Moist Live Lifehouse, The Calling SR-71
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6 days ago
Don
Irwin m fletcher Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Never was good with punctuation;-) ...You and 95% of my students, lol!
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7 days ago
Don
I agree 1000%, Figge. And, I have a confession to make - I haven't given some of the Van Hagar albums many spins at all. I love 5150 and place it squarely behind the debut in terms of favorites by the band. But then, when I bought OU812, it was a big disappointment. By the time F.U.C.K. and Balance were released, I'm afraid that I had become somewhat disillusioned. I've owned them for ma
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7 days ago
Don
joe Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Don't even know what ringtone I have. > > 1) My phone is always on vibrate only -- hate > hearing others' ringtones blasting everywhere, > though might change my mind if it's a good song > used ...My phone rarely rings, but when it does, I always get a kick out of people's reactions to that riff fr
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7 days ago
Don
It's a solid album and he's got an impressive voice. Still, in terms of "new" vocal legends, I'd rank Robbie Leblanc ahead of him - in my mind, in terms of vocal chops, Robbie belongs right up there with Gramm, Perry, Jamison, Reno, etc. Plus, he's unique in the sense that he doesn't really sound like any of those guys (or anyone else that I can think of). Dennis Ward is no slouch
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9 days ago
Don
Yeah, I bought it without having checked into it (based on how much I enjoyed the debut). Knowing what I know now, I wouldn't have paid full price for it, but at 4.99, it'd be hard to pass it up.
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9 days ago
Don
I was also surprised at this. But I was even more surprised to see so much love for Fair Warning and Women & Children First. After the first two albums, I thought those two represented a substantial drop in quality. I am one of the few who really enjoys Diver Down, and I thought that it represented a return to higher quality. Chalk it up to different ears, I guess.
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9 days ago
Don
For me, it was a big disappointment. Wish I had only paid this much.
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10 days ago
Don
I've had lots of people sit up and take notice of mine - the opening guitar riff from Sweet Child of Mine.
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11 days ago
Don
LMAO, "the depressing mumble!" Yeah, Mark doesn't exactly provide the most passionate, inspired-sounding vocals. But somehow I still like them. I find the guitar playing to be so laid-back, so mesmerizing, that I don't know if I could handle impassioned vocals together with the music.
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11 days ago
Don
Lol, Steve.
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11 days ago
Don
garyt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The only time I would care about a signature is if > it was on a blank check. ...Me too. I love music, and I respect musicians for their abilities (along with lots of other folks from many different walks of life), but I wouldn't go out of my way to get a celebrity's signature any more than I'd go out of my
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11 days ago
Don
I get what you're saying. Brothers in Arms is definitely not an exciting album. I mean, it's not high energy or anything. But I still find it to be an inspiring, interesting spin.
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11 days ago
Don
ROTH: Running With the Devil Dance the Night Away Jump Jamie's Cryin' I'll Wait I'd love to be able to throw these ones in as well... Panama Little Guitars Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love Feel Your Love Tonight HAGAR: Summer Nights Love Walks In Dreams Why Can't This Be Love When It's Love
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11 days ago
Don
Two stellar albums, although I have to admit that - with the exception of Rumours - for the longest time I only ever owned the Greatest Hits album from Fleetwood Mac. I own TITN now, and it's a very fine album. Brothers in Arms is (IMHO) even better. There's just something about Knofler's playing that I absolutely love. It's so incredibly tasteful. Funny, during the '80s, I was perfectly w
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11 days ago
Don
Hey Terry, If you've got a couple minutes, check out these three tracks. They're all from the Free Spirit debut, Pale Sister of Light. I dunno, it's just the absolute opposite of the "cookie cutter" label that so many modern MHR acts get slapped with. In the track, Easy Days, there's even some flutes or woodwinds or something (for me, it brings to mind a bit of a First Nations sou
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12 days ago
Don
Oh, sadness. Looks like it could be a long wait. Thanks for taking the time to dig into the question!
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12 days ago
Don
+1 All the best, Adolfo!
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13 days ago
Don
I never even think to check into FB, as I don't have an account.
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13 days ago
Don
Bummer! I was so hoping to hear that they were planning to release something else in the (preferably near) future. Thanks for looking into it/them!
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