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8 weeks ago
Don
World Upside Down House of Lords Demons Down Sahara Come to My Kingdom Cartesian dreams Saint of the Lost Souls Indestructible Big Money Precious Metal The Power and the Myth Not sure if anyone will relate to this or not - either with this band or another artist.... My favorite album by this artist contains some songs that I don't rate all that highly, but it also happens to conta
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8 weeks ago
Don
YES, Andrew! You should write a book!!! You'd make so much money, you could retire....uh, wait, nevermind...
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2 months ago
Don
Yes, beautifully said, Steve.
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2 months ago
Don
Carl1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I've been a member here for a long time and there > are some amazing people who I have a great respect > for and I'd love to meet them if I ever got the > chance. I won't name names in case I leave someone > out and offend them but I'd like to think they all > know who they are :-) ...My thoughts
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2 months ago
Don
Yeah, I understand what you're saying, and I definitely rate most of the singers you've listed. But, it's a very personal thing - and personally, none of them moves me in the same way that Perry does. It's why he'd be at the top of my list - his voice just moves me very deeply on an emotional level (probably more than any other singer). Survey ten other people, and you'll probably get close to
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2 months ago
Don
I like this too, including the gruff vocals. I'd imagine that they might become a little tiresome eventually. But, in small doses (one album at a time??), I'd enjoy them.
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2 months ago
Don
I really like this! Thanks for sharing. IMHO, Robbie is one of the most talented singers in the modern MHR scene. The guy has it all - power, passion, range, tastefulness, etc.
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2 months ago
Don
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Most here feel that way. But I'm the > opposite..first ones didn't resonate. I dig the > last few... T ...Yeah, it's one of the things that makes you...uh....unique, or, dare we say, special, my friend. ;-)
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2 months ago
Don
I did not enjoy that! I do like the debut, though. To me, it's another one of those early '90s "hair metal" releases featuring gritty/raspy vocals and a bit of a sleaze vibe, a la Babylon AD, Tora Tora, Heavy Bones, Sea Hags, Dangerous Toys, Little Caesar, Wildside, etc. I always considered it to be one of the better ones from many of those acts/releases.
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2 months ago
Don
I did not enjoy that! I do like the debut, though. To me, it's another one of those early '90s "hair metal" releases featuring gritty/raspy vocals and a bit of a sleaze vibe, a la Babylon AD, Tora Tora, Heavy Bones, Sea Hags, Dangerous Toys, Little Caesar, Wildside, etc. I always considered it to be among the better of all those acts/releases.
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2 months ago
Don
Love the first albums as well - classic stuff. But I place World Upside Down right alongside those early albums.
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2 months ago
Don
Well, the meat thing I get. I, too, am very much a carnivore. I could never live without meat. Meat and veggies, that's all I need for food. Pasta, rice, potatoes, bread....I could do without all of 'em. Hey, maybe we could go to a W.A.S.P. concert together and collect the stuff they throw out to the audience.
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2 months ago
Don
I am genuinely lol-ing, Preacher! Peas are one of my favorite vegetables, and I LOVE vegetables. I always grow lots of peas in my garden, and every year I wait excitedly to get to the point where I can go out and pick 'em fresh and feast on 'em. My wife's twin brother feels the same as you, though. I guess you and I should give up on the notion of ever being room mates, eh? Our choice of f
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2 months ago
Don
Indeed, 2112. I think in particular about the teddy bear drive that bikers around my parts do every year to collect and deliver toys, stuffies, and teddy bears to children who are sick and/or disadvantaged.
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2 months ago
Don
LMAO, Preacher! I love the stuff. I had a student a few years back who claimed that mustard was humankind's most evil invention. The very sight or thought of it was enough to make him sick. My brother feels pretty much the same about avacados, lol!
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2 months ago
Don
Understood, Preacher Man! I'm no fan or follower of her either. Cheers!
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2 months ago
Don
Well said, Andy. Our church, as well, in spite of its financial struggles, has been helping anywhere and everywhere it can. Assuming that this video represents what Christianity is truly all about is akin to assuming that motorcycle ownership is connected to biker gang-style corruption and criminal activity. I totally get that Christianity (and religion in general) makes people easy targets.
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2 months ago
Don
Sorry to hear about the cancer, Adolfo. Hope the treatments go well.
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2 months ago
Don
KAYAKER Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > Don, I am trying to PM you but you in box is full. ...Must be the other Don, as I think I have some space. All the best, Kayaker!
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2 months ago
Don
Thanks, Warrior. Timing has been pretty good in the sense that he just found out a week or so ago, and we've been able to come down to be with him, given that I'm off for Spring Break right now. It's hard to come to grips with this, as I lost my own father on March 16 of 2007 from cancer of the lining of his lungs due to exposure to asbestos while he served during WWII. The whole situation b
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2 months ago
Don
Lol, guys, my youngest and I have been known to take a spoonful of pb and savor it, almost like licking an ice cream cone. My wife just doesn't get it.
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2 months ago
Don
What an awesome post, Dave! I'm a teacher in central British Columbia, where the government that was in power from 2001 until 2017 ruthlessly cut corners to minimize education spending. The reason I bring this up is that, over this period of time, my colleagues and I witnessed firsthand the impact of these cuts to custodial time and the quality of cleaning in our facilities. (My previous s
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2 months ago
Don
Back in October of 2018, I posted about these guys, along with a bunch of other acts I had stumbled upon. The only reason I bring it up is that, if Roxus was a pleasant surprise for you as it was for me, there might be another act or two on this list that you enjoy as well. Here was the original post from 2018... For the past couple of days I've been listening to some artists that are new
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3 months ago
Don
Hey guys, I just wanted to thank you all for your input on this. I've never ordered from Grooves before, and I assumed that (as is often the case), shipping to Canada either wouldn't be an option or would make an order prohibitively expensive. It seems, however, that Grooves is even willing to ship to Canada for free, providing that the order is over $21.79! Anyhow, the order's been placed
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3 months ago
Don
Although I've bought plenty of music from iTunes, like many folks around these parts, I much prefer to buy a hard copy as opposed to a digital copy whenever possible. But the pre-order price on Amazon is over $25. Their other albums are all around half that price.
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3 months ago
Don
What a stunning rendition! Thanks for sharing. Over the past year, I somehow feel like I rediscovered this song. I mean, I always liked it, but it might possibly be my all-time favorite Rush track - and it's especially near and dear to my heart after Neil's passing.
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3 months ago
Don
In the late '80s and early '90s (as they were writing the material for the first album), I think they wound up filling that musical space between the likes of Journey and Def Leppard. I have heard that they were pressured by the record company to soften their sound a bit for that debut album. Then, when they wrote and recorded "Mood Swings," I think it was more in line with the sound
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3 months ago
Don
I agree completely with Dave and Andy. It's easy to slam and/or dismiss much (most?!) AOR as "generic" or whatever, given much of the bland lyrical content (think Foreigner, Survivor, REO Speedwagon, Loverboy, even Journey). But I put the Harem Scarem debut up against pretty much any other AOR album. In fact, it may well be my all-time favorite AOR release.
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3 months ago
Don
I like John Bush a lot, and don't mind Joey Belladonna. But, in truth, Neil Turbin is my favorite Anthrax vocalist. To these ears, on Fistfull of Metal, he sounds a little like what Paul Stanley would sound like if he were to sing for a thrash band. I believe I read years ago that he had issues with anxiety when it came to performing live. Regarding this kid, Taj, all I can say is WOW! Con
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