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10 years ago
Don Schneider
...I am convinced. I listened to the samples again, and I think I'm really going to enjoy this. Cheers, MooseMan NP - "When You're Gone" - White Heat: "We Never Heard of You Either"
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Hi All, Please excuse my ignorance, but I am curious as to whether or not Andrew has reviewed this album. I can't find it in the review archive, and I'm not sure when it was released. I just stumbled upon it at iTunes. The samples sound good. Either way, does anyone else have an opinion about it? Thanks, MooseMan NP - "See Forever Eyes" - Prism: "Over 60 Minutes With Prism&q
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Rob Evans/Powerplay magazine wrote: > > Bloody hell, somebody else that's heard of Pet Hate and > Alistair Terry. LOL! > I stumbled upon "Bad Publicity" back in the day, when everyone would just show up at record stores looking for something new and great. At first, I wasn't too impressed, and neither were my friends. But, after repeated spins, it really grew on me. I f
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Hi All, I have been searching forever for Pet Hate’s “Bad Publicity” in CD format. Does anyone out there know if it has ever been released? Also, what about lead vocalist Alistair Terry’s “Yonge At Heart?” Does anyone know if either of these has or will ever see the light of day in CD format? Any info. would be HUGELY appreciated. Thanks in advance. Cheers, MooseMan NP – “F
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Mats B wrote: > > Got me a copy of " On target" from the Mooseman :-) To My Favorite Swedish Meatball, Did it arrive already? If so, that's a postal miracle!!! Cheers, MooseMan NP - "You Know What To Do" - Guardian: "Yellow & Black Attack Is Back"
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
...I'm assuming you deleted all of the pharmacy posts. Does that happen often?!?! Man, the board was flooded! I did manage to get a screamin' deal on some adult diapers, though... ;-) Cheers Don NP - "I Will Be Waiting" - Place Vendome: s/t
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
To these ears, "Soaring" has a Default-like vibe to it. Not bad. Cheers, MooseMan NP - "Lay Your Love On Me" - Aldo Nova: "Twitch"
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
...or an online pharmacy?!?! What on earth is going on lately? Could it be that some brilliant business mind has recognized that all of us aging rockers are soon gonna be needing large quantities of pain pills, osteoperosis meds, diapers, viagra, etc.?!?! (a slightly medicated ...MooseMan) NP - "Medicine" - X-Sinner: "Get It" ... ...to be followed up by Bon Jovi's "Ba
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Actually, I get it. Retirement is something I am HUGELY looking forward to and will do as soon as I possibly can. Not because I want to cease all activity, become a couch potato, and die within three months. Quite the opposite, really. There are just so many things that I'd like to do that have nothing to do with my current job and that I will never be able to accomplish as long as I am wor
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
rocknut wrote: > Just a singer that really wanted to > be in King Kobra and a guitarist that pulled so many stupid > faces he made Lips look like Eric Clapton. I can't claim to be a huge thrash fan. Metallica, Megadeth, and Anthrax are my personal big three, but I do like a few albums by a few other bands. Raven, Exciter, Annihilator, and Razor (hmmm...mostly Canadian) would fall i
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Phil NYC wrote: > > he should have been as iconic as Hetfield or Mustaine but > Canadian Location may have excluded him from the Bay Area > Machine. Yes indeed, this is one of my favorite thrash albums. ...And not just because they were Vancouver-based. Jeff was a cut above. Great songwriting, IMHO. MooseMan NP - "We Stand Alone" from Killer Dwarfs: "Big Deal&qu
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
2863. I agree...
Darren Shap wrote: > > Funny this is now newer bands sound just like the "great > 80's" many elements of Hinder, Nickelback etc... all sound > like they could have come from that era. > > Good thing is that many are able to still successfully tour > and keep it alive to the so called newer generation. ...I'm probably gonna get crucified for this, but basically I
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
…if anything killed MHR, it was the labels. It did have an incredible, successful, and lengthy run and I do think it had run its natural course, but that was largely due to the labels/industry/business end of things. They just pushed the genre sooooo hard. It got to a point where anyone who looked like a rock star and had a band could get a record deal. One label had Poison (or Motley, or
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
I hope you're able to enjoy some quality time with your family. I'm about to have a birthday drink in your honour. Enjoy!!! NP - "Out of Love" - Blue Murder: s/t
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Hey Everyone, I listened to “Live At Budokan,” “In Color” and “Next Position Please” today and was reminded of what a great band this is. From power pop to solid ‘70s & ’80s style hard rock, these guys were versatile and talented. Any fans out there? And if so, I’d be curious as to what your favorite albums and songs would be. They were/are one of those bands who seemed
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
gary191265 wrote: > > Don, take a listen to some of the Alive 35 cd's that are sold > at the gigs. He really can't do it anymore ! He even > struggles with the between song raps. > > I've loved the guys voice for years and was shocked when I > heard the cd's at how quickly his voice had deteriorated. > Thanks for the heads up, Gary. You've piqued my interest. I'll h
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
...he is a bit of an acquired taste. I guess I never really considered that. In fact, I've always quite liked his vocals. Admittedly, I've never owned all of his stuff, but "Visual Lies" is, IMHO, a flawless slab of melodic metal and Lizzy's vocals are an integral component to its quality. I'm also quite fond of "Love You To Pieces" and "Master of Disguise." To
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Frazzle-Batt wrote: > Personally, i don't care if a band has a little help > (tapes/backing singers) in places to ensure a better > experience on the ear. I guess I wouldn't mind this either, as long as it was just backing stuff to help produce a more full/enhanced sound. Makes me wonder how often it happens. Living where I do, I just never get an opportunity to see live shows. I'd b
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Based on what I've heard (some youtube videos, the live dvd that came with "Sonic Boom," and "Sonic Boom" itself), I'd have to stand by what I said. Yes, in a live setting his voice is sounding a bit ragged in places, but in terms of his *range,* he does not seem to have much difficulty hitting the high notes. Friends travelled from our town to Vancouver to see Kiss in con
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Figge, Glad to know that I'm not the only one who didn't rate this album. I have to admit, though, that I am a little curious right now. I doubt I played the album more than once or twice when I first bought it. It was such a disappointment, that I just didn't have any time or patience for it. Now, all these years later, maybe I'll give it a second or third spin. I'm not holding my breath, t
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
Johan - Elevener wrote: > Many friends where almost in shock when they heard Unleash > the Beast or Metalhead. "Saxon?!?! Is this SAXON?!?!" Quite a > few of them bought those albums and those who came after. > Biff still has a great voice and he always deliver on stage. ...So it wasn't just me, eh?! I was truly blown away. As far as delivering on stage, that is something
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
From what I’ve heard, two vocalists whose ranges don’t seem to be suffering would be Paul Stanley and Lizzy Borden. Johnny Gioeli doesn’t seem to have lost much of anything either. Ditto for Brian Vollmer, although I don’t have the new Helix album yet. I’ve just heard a few select cuts. He may be a bit of an acquired taste, but to me, Saxon’s Biff Byford voice just seems to get
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10 years ago
Don Schneider
I loved the s/t debut and "That's The Stuff," (which includes one of my all-time fave power ballads in "Changing Hands"), but I am shocked to see all of the possitive comments about "Loud & Clear." When I bought this LP back in the day, I remember bringing it home and being hugely disappointed with it. I guess I will have to give it another spin. Cheers, Don
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16 years ago
Don Schneider
Troy wrote: > > **Popularity comes - at least in part - from being liked, > admired, respected, and/or appreciated. And it's hard to > like, admire, respect, and appreciate a group or individual > when you get nothing back.** > > then how do you explain Fred Durst?? > > sorry couldn't resist that one, and I agree with you on that > point. Hi Troy, I'm not really
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16 years ago
Don Schneider
...I thought it was hilarious and very well-written to boot. Plus, for me, there was a ring of truth in it as well. For me, the issue isn't so much that I feel they *owe* me anything. It's just that there does seem to be lack of respect for their fans. Popularity comes - at least in part - from being liked, admired, respected, and/or appreciated. And it's hard to like, admire, respect, and
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16 years ago
Don Schneider
Hi all, I found the posts in this thread to be very amusing, though, because many of them sounded as though they could have been written by me. I think I've tried (and continue to use) many of the ideas that have been suggested here. My wife's tastes in music used to include MHR stuff like Stryper, Dokken, Bon Jovi, etc. as well as AOR stuff like Journey, Foreigner, Styx, etc. She's never bee
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16 years ago
Don Schneider
My most sincere and heartfelt sympathies go out to all of those who have been touched by this atrocity, particularly those who have lost close personal friends and/or relatives. I will be spending much time in prayer about this, and primarily will pray for healing, both physical and emotional for the people of Spain. May God grant you His peace, which indeed passes all understanding. Sincerely,
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16 years ago
Don Schneider
...all about that Boulevard CD. Glad you enjoy it. I'm still impressed that you remembered about my wanting the Mike Tramp album, though. Anyway, thanks again. It sure brightened my week. Take care, Don NP - LostProphets (Hey Surf. - it's growing on me!!!) :-))))
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16 years ago
Don Schneider
...my impression of Butch is that he has a lot of fun with his music. Cheers, Don NP - LostProphets (Hey Surf. - it's growing on me!!!) :-))))
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