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4 months ago
Mik
I know there's a thread below extoling the virtues of this very fine album, so this is more just a heads up that, should you want to check it out, Amazon (UK) currently have it on offer for £5.99. Absolute bargain! https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=billy+gibbons+hardware&crid=3N7PAKDHL7OGB&sprefix=billy+gibbon%2Caps%2C789&ref=nb_sb_ss_ts-doa-p_4_12
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4 months ago
Mik
Jimmy Barnes' son (Jackie) plays drums for Lachy too.
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4 months ago
Mik
Fred joined too late to play on the debut (Jody Cortez drums on that). Andy Johns (who was notoriously hard on drummers) didn't want him on 'Long Cold Winter'. Cozy Powell and Denny Carmassi play on that (although Fred claims some of the drum tracks he played made the album). Cozy once said he didn't know why he was asked to redo Fred's parts as he just had to copy them anyway. Not sure on 'Still
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5 months ago
Mik
Main... Powerage Highway to Hell Back in Black Let There Be Rock For Those About to Rock Sub... Powerage Highway to Hell Let There be Rock Worst... Fly on the Wall
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5 months ago
Mik
As a Hammer, it was great to see Leicester win the cup. Great team, proper football side. One of the best keepers in the league.
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5 months ago
Mik
Anthem are great. There were a few really good thrash bands from Japan too (Outrage and United especially)
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5 months ago
Mik
Like Fox, I found a lot to like in the Japanese metal scene: Loudness being the obvious one, plus the aforementioned 44 Magnum, Bow (Vow) Wow, EZO and, of course, Earthshaker. The singing in Japanese (or the heavy accents) never bothered me and they were always top notch musicians, especially the guitarists. I saw Loudness at the Marquee back in '84 (and opening for Saxon a few years later) and t
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5 months ago
Mik
This was the night where Tate was filmed spitting at Scott during the show, right?
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5 months ago
Mik
Love Drive Blackout Animal Magnetism In Trance Love at First Sting Love Drive In Trance Taken by Force
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5 months ago
Mik
I agree Mike, I thought it ended in the way you would expect a huge systemic police corruption enquiry to end in the 'real world', with everything being quietly swept under the carpet by the top brass and a convenient 'fall guy' (in this case Buckles) to help tie up the loose ends. I agree Buckles wasn't the bad guy everyone wanted though, but not everything can have the 'Hollywood' ending. And t
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5 months ago
Mik
I have six tracks from the second album demos kicking around. They were pretty good I recall.
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5 months ago
Mik
Jorn – The Day the Earth Caught Fire (City Boy cover) Michael Sweet – Second Chance Johnny Gioeli – Hot Cherie Glenn Hughes – Muscle and Blood David Lee Roth - Unchained George Lynch – Tooth and Nail Jeff Scott Soto – I’ll Be Waiting Reb Beach – Pull Me Under Joe Lynn Turner – Spotlight Kid Michael Schenker – Rock Bottom Billy Sheehan – Colorado Bulldog Tony Harne
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5 months ago
Mik
It originally came out in '86 on Curb Records as 'Live, Live, Live' but was reissued under the title 'All Time Greatest Hits - Live' in 1990. The material was recorded in '85
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5 months ago
Mik
But that extra 'e' wouldn't change the fact that the 'W' is pronounced with a 'V' sound though would it? You know, as in Volkswagen where the 'V' is an 'F' sound and the 'W' is a 'V' sound. So you'd say 'FolksVAHgen' not 'VolksWagon' in German?
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5 months ago
Mik
As he's German, it's more likely to be Vah-g-ner
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5 months ago
Mik
Crazy - Fair Warning? Inside Looking Out - Alan Parsons (but I think that's a little early for the time parameter) Unless of course you mean 'Outside Looking In' by Fates Warning and you were just having a 'senior moment' : )
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5 months ago
Mik
Side A: Desperate Times - Car Crash Love - Odds Stand - Tim Feehan This Ain't Love - Riverdogs Crazy - Talisman (Seal cover)? Side B: Inside Looking Out - Dokken Pretend - King's X Crawlspace - Warrant Girl - Tumbleweed -
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6 months ago
Mik
It's a very small bar, holds about 150 or so
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6 months ago
Mik
This set is coming out on CD/Blu ray and four different coloured vinyl sets in June. 'TOTO and The Players Club / Mascot Label Group announce the global release of With A Little Help From My Friends on June 25. The performance captures one special night on November 21, 2020 when Steve Lukather, Joseph Williams and David Paich appeared with the new line-up of TOTO for a global event originating
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6 months ago
Mik
Moving Pictures A Farewell to Kings Signals Hemispheres 2112 Counterparts Clockwork Angels Test For Echo
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6 months ago
Mik
Absolutely, there is just so much stuff coming out. I got something like 450 albums last year, and didn't scratch the surface of what was actually released within the genres I follow
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6 months ago
Mik
Per has a lot of cool releases to his name aside from the ones mentioned; including Mojobone, King Hobo (with Jean-Paul from Clutch), Bakerton Group (Clutch side project) plus guest appearances with everybody from Arch Enemy to Grand Magus. In fact, he depped for Grand Magus on the Amon Amarth 'Jomsviking' tour a few years back. The first night he joined the tour we sat chatting on the bus about
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6 months ago
Mik
Oh, absolutely fella, they total fit in with the op's question. I was just being a pedant. As usual. : )
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6 months ago
Mik
Whilst Kamchatka are 100% influenced by 60s/70s groups, they're not from that time period. They formed in 2001. They are a fantastic power trio though, featuring Per Wiberg (Opeth/Candlemass, etc.) and a brilliant guitarist/singer in Thomas 'Juneor' Andersson
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7 months ago
Mik
Pretty decent all round. Demmel does a great job on the solo. https://youtu.be/PoGXK32R7XA
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7 months ago
Mik
Agreed
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7 months ago
Mik
King of the Hill had an album out in '91, that featured a song called 'Big Groove'.
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8 months ago
Mik
Yeah, big fan of them. I saw them in London back in the day, great live band. All four albums are strong, although the second record, 'Dream Another Dream' is my favourite.
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8 months ago
Mik
Ronnie Atkins - Scorpio - https://youtu.be/N3s8GpQif68 The album is tremendous
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8 months ago
Mik
it was also slang for six-shooters in the Old West, apparently...
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