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10 years ago
Don
...I will keep spinning it. I'll let you know when I'm hooked, LOL! Cheers, guys! MooseMan NP - "Angel In The Dark" - Harlott
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10 years ago
Don
It's not exactly MHR. It's... Its........ Well, to be honest, I don't know how to describe it. Ray lyell looks like your typical melodic rocker, with long bleach blonde hair 'n all. He has a raspy, husky voice, and most of his music is acoustic guitar-driven. Because of this, I used to think there was a country element to it. But there's not, really. Other than some of the subject matter (&
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10 years ago
Don
Based on the samples I heard, I can honestly say that it's been a long, LONG time since I looked forward to a release this much. I can't wait. Any idea how long it'll take for iTunes to make it available? Best of luck, and thanks in advance for creating such a strong album. Unless it winds up sounding totally different than the samples we've heard, I have a feeling it's gonna make a lot of pe
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10 years ago
Don
Thanks for the recommendation, Kenneth. I have the N.O.W. album. I agree about the lyrics, but so far, the songs haven't grown on me the way they've done on you. I do need to spend a bit more time with it, though. Cheers, MooseMan NP - "Superstar" - Stephanie Smith
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10 years ago
Don
...I also enjoy lyrics that tell a story. For me, one of the best modern-day storytellers is Ray Lyell. His debut album ("Ray Lyell & the Storm") especially had some great story/songs with fantastic lyrics. Cheers, MooseMan NP - "Beauty" - Stephanie Smith
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10 years ago
Don
Thanks everyone, for the info. I don't usually get too caught up in hype either. It's just that, as I say, AOR is not exactly Martin Popoff's favorite genre. It's pretty rare for him to rave about an album in this style or genre. So, when he did single this one out, it made me curious. Doesn't sound like I'm missing out on too much, though. Again, thanks very much to everyone for sharing y
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10 years ago
Don
I read that a s/t album called Notorious, featuring Diamond Head's Sean Harris vocals and Robin George on guitars is supposed to be a pretty strong AOR-ish album. It was released in 1990 and featured a single called "The Swalk." Does anyone have this? Or has anyone heard it? If so, is it as good as I've read? I don't seem to have a lot in common with Martin Popoff's taste in music,
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10 years ago
Don
I have an extra copy of this that I found in a used shop. It's sitting collecting dust. I wish I knew how to sell stuff on eBay. Cheers, MooseMan
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10 years ago
Don
I have to echo your thoughts here. Intelligent, thought-provoking lyrics (or, at least those that don't stoop to ridiculousness) are something that I truly appreciate in an album or an artist. I'm not a prude. I like sex as much as the next person and I understand that there has always been a sexual element to rock n' roll. But, my shattered nerves, is that REALLY all some people are capable
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10 years ago
Don
Scott Watson wrote: > > Hey Moose Man i've heard a couple of tracks with Darcy > Deutsch on lead vocals. Dam shame they didn't do a whole > album with him. ...Actually, I believe they did. "Jericho" features Darcy on all tracks, as far as I know. Apparently, Rick Springfield, Bryan Adams, and Paul Janz were also involved with this album. Cheers, MooseMan
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10 years ago
Don
...Great track. It's got killer attitude, and I love the lyrics. I still get goosebumps when I hear the line "It was the last time I ever saw Ronnie alive, what a lonely night." It's Good to be Back... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsL_1a-FFDE&feature=related Enjoy! Cheers, MooseMan
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10 years ago
Don
Wonderful band from my neck of the woods. When the Henry Small was done, and after Ron Tabak died, the band recruited Darcy Deutsch. Prior to this, Darcy sang for a Vancouver-based bar band called Simon Kaos. Darcy was a fantastic singer and Simon Kaos were an amazing band back in the day. At that time, I went to see them every chance I got. (I still own one of their t-shirts, LOL!). I di
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10 years ago
Don
Pete wrote: > > I am also surprised that The Greatest Wonder is not revered > more. Its the best! I am curious to see what happens with the > next release without Dennis Ward on vocals. At this stage I > think it is the Martin Brothers writing input I like based on > other projects that they are involved with, therefore I am > hanging out to see what the Vega CD will be like
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10 years ago
Don
I forgot to mention the Scorpions, Triumph, Toronto, Max Webster/Kim Mitchell, Chilliwack, Bryan Adams, Streetheart, Pat Benatar, The Cars, and Heart in my list. I'm sure I'm forgetting lots more. To me, the '70s really was the decade that got it all started. Cheers, MooseMan NP - "Dreams" - Danny Danzi
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10 years ago
Don
I'm a huge fan of '70s rock too. It's the decade when I started listening to music, and it's the decade that saw many of my favorite bands get started... Kiss, Journey, Judas Priest, Rush, Van Halen, Prism, Boston, Cheap Trick, April Wine, AC/DC, Aerosmith, Deep Purple, Bad Company, Harlequin, Nazareth, Sabbath, Trooper, Foreigner, Styx, Sweet, BOC, etc. I'm also a fan of the lighter, '70s stu
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10 years ago
Don
Pete wrote: > > It is right > up there with my favourite other CD - Khymera The Greatest > Wonder. Both of these CD's don't have any skip tracks and are > so infectious. Fantastic stuff. Hhhhhheeeeeeeyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!!........... It is great to see that there is someone else out there who also digs Khymera's masterpiece. "The Greatest Wonder" is my favorite MHR albu
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10 years ago
Don
I guess I should have mentioned that this album has finally caused me to change the CD in my truck. It was L.A.D.'s "Touch of Heaven" for the last few weeks. I tried removing it a couple times, but somehow just found that I'd be driving along wishing that I was playing was L.A.D. Then I gave "Livin' Out Loud" a spin. Problem solved. "I'm On Fire," "'Til Lov
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10 years ago
Don
stevebme wrote: > > I just picked up > his new album. Haven't listened to it yet, haven't had the > time but I can't wait. If it's anything like his last > albums, it'll be killer! ...Coincidentally, I just got it a couple weeks ago too. It did not disappoint. I am REALLY enjoying it. I'm sure you will too. Cheers, MooseMan NP - "Shot Heard Around the World" - Onl
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10 years ago
Don
andy winsor wrote: > > Get well soon mate. Hope it wasn't anything to seriouse ...Yep, get well indeed. I've been there (off work) up until a few weeks back. It can be rough, but it does end. You'll be back to work before ya know it. And then you'll be looking forward to weekends, holidays, & time off, LOL!!! Cheers, MooseMan
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10 years ago
Don
Ted Nugent. I still remember the first time I heard a Nuge tune. It was "Stranglehold." My best friend and I burst out laughing, and laughed until we hurt. Listening to the track nowadays, and looking back, I'm not totally sure why. I think I figured the singer's voice sounded thin and wimpy, which was not at all what I expected, looking at Terrible Ted himself. I guess maybe I wa
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10 years ago
Don
andy winsor wrote: > > Nouveaux are one band that could do harmonies to a T. > WAAAAAAAAAAAAAY better than TNT imho. ...Good call, Andy!! Great band & superb harmonies. TBH, I even prefer the harmonies of Shaw/Blades and Nelson to Harnell/TNT. Cheers, MooseMan NP - "What I Need" - Outloud
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10 years ago
Don
andy winsor wrote: > > Loverboy have a new cd out? Or are you talking about their > wonderful Just getting started? ...Yeah, I was referring to "JGS." I guess I shouldla clarified. Jury's still out as to whether or not it's "wonderful," though. :-) Cheers, MooseMan
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10 years ago
Don
HellYeah wrote: > > No Beer for you! I got just enough money to get my way down > there and in. Maybe...LOL :-( > I tried to save for this trip but it was a pain in the ass so > hopefully the show itself will be worth it. > ...Enjoy!!! Cheers, MooseMan
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10 years ago
Don
Yeah, I was really anxious to get this after reading all the positive comments about it. I've spun this a few times now, and I just don't see what all the fuss was about. I can't say that I hate it or anything, but it's not nearly as good as I expected. They'll need a few more spins, but my first impressions of the new Loverboy album and the second Alias album ("Never Say Never") are
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10 years ago
Don
I must say that I'm loving it too. Not as much as the L.A.D. album, but given a few more spins, who knows how I'll rate them? Cheers, MooseMan NP - "Nothin' For Nothin'" - Cinderella
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10 years ago
Don
...ROTFLMAO, rocknut!!!!!!!!!!!!! What WAS that hairy thing on the Riot album covers??? I mean, I do like the band (all incarnations/periods), but wow, you've just gotta wonder, don'tcha? How could the guys in the band have okayed covers like those? 'Cuz there were quite a few. It wasn't like one mistake or oversight. Yikes! Cheers, MooseMan NP - "Nothin' For Nothin'" - Cinderell
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10 years ago
Don
I'd love to be going as well, but I've just recently returned to work. If it had been a month earlier, I'd have been there. Maybe next time (?!?!?!)... Here's hoping that all of the musicians and guests have a great time! I'm sure they will. I'm there in spirit. Someone please have a beer for me... :-) Cheers, MooseMan NP - "Night Songs" - Cinderella
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10 years ago
Don
...for the recommendation. I will check it out!! Cheers, MooseMan
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10 years ago
Don
Steven Norander wrote: > ....music is all about personal taste, there is not > right or wrong... > ...Man, back in the early daze of this board, I cannot tell you how many times I used to post this point. Taste in music is like taste in food. There simply is no right or wrong. There are just opinions and preferences. Are you gonna tell me I'm wrong to love cheeseburgers or tacos?
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10 years ago
Don
...Asia, Styx, Queen, Journey, Mass, Stryper, Coney Hatch, Y & T ("Summertime Girls!!!"), BOSTON (!!!)... There are definitely quite a number of bands with thick, rich, gooey harmonies that compare with TNT. TNT may, in fact, be your favorite, but there are other bands whose harmonies are every bit as big and sweet as those of Harnell/TNT. As far as non MHR stuff goes, I've alway
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