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4 months ago
Flet
It's Not Maiden, it's Bruce Dickinson from the remastered Balls To Picasso. Song is called "No Way Out....Continued"
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4 months ago
Flet
Well, that's no fun for us not to know.... ;)
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4 months ago
Flet
Tired of Sammy vs Dave era's... Especially those that say there is no VH without Dave.
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4 months ago
Flet
Absolutely shocked this morning reading this headline. RIP. Stunning voice.
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4 months ago
Flet
Still Climbing is absolutely terrible in this set. It sounds remarkably different, and I don't like it. Long Cold Winter is pretty good, on the other hand.
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4 months ago
Flet
Somewhere in Time A Matter of Life and death Dance of death Brave New World Fear of the dark X Factor Virtual xi
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4 months ago
Flet
Yeah, no problem. My choices are related to my age, experience of those albums at that time in my life (marriage, 2 kids, great summers) and it all plays into what they did for me then. And also, musically I really really do like them. The problem with simple ranking is it doesn't mean Hysteria is really 3rd directly, because Hysteria was my fav Lep album until Euphoria, catch my drift? Tho
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4 months ago
Flet
Euphoria was 1999, and hands down the best DL album in my opinion. Perfect songs, great sequence, production is top notch. X was a great follow up. Almost like a new band, but familiar. Love them both.
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4 months ago
Flet
Agreed as well. X is only second to Euphoria. Maybe my age, experience at that time, etc...but it's almost a perfect album.
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4 months ago
Flet
X is a masterpiece. Euphoria X Hysteria in that order.
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4 months ago
Flet
I'm in agreement with the above. If reviews are posted here in the noticeboard, lots of discussion can arise. That's the only real reason most of us are here, I would think.
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4 months ago
Flet
Personally, I love when you do deep dives into reviewing an album. However, that being said, I understand the practicality of needing to be short and sweet. However, I don't read any reviews (by anyone) if they aren't detailed. That's just me.
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6 months ago
Flet
Agreed wholeheartedly
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6 months ago
Flet
I prefer the Todd era of Queensryche. Was never a fan before, and now they've got something I really like. Funny how we all have different views.
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6 months ago
Flet
Happy Mother’s Day all!!! Without them we’d all be impossible.
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6 months ago
Flet
1 - Face the Heat 2 - Crazy World 3 - Sting in the Tail 4 - Savage Amusement 5 - Love at First Sting
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6 months ago
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I'm a huge fan of Savatage. And there are two eras for sure. Criss, and Post Criss. Personally, Edge of Thorns was the peak (and it kills me that Jon had to not sing for it to become even better). I've always loved when Jon and Zak sing together on an album. The loss of Criss was and still is a huge loss to me personally.
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7 months ago
Flet
Terry, It's a full on Remix and Remaster and it makes the album seem like a whole new album. It's one of the greatest redo's of all time I'd say. If only Metallica would do this for their fans.
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7 months ago
Flet
Not bad, and as you said, on my radar. It doesn't hit me as well as Eclipse, but there's potential. Need to hear more songs. What surprised me the most was that I had no idea that Jona Tee (Keyboards in HEAT) does all the guitar work here according to https://rocknloadmag.com/news/crowne-mad-world-debut-single-by-swedish-melodic-hard-rock-supergroup/
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7 months ago
Flet
I don't want to say better than the original, but I like them perfectly as what they are. Lynch Mob REvolution. They are pretty great re-interpretations...UNLIKE his terrible re-recordings of Wicked Sensation.
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7 months ago
Flet
I really wonder what the age/experience demographic of our community is, because that probably has an impact on the results. As I've mentioned before, I'm clearly a 90's/2000's RUSH fan, though I like all their albums (not the first album) but the 90's was really my time. Vapor Trails (Remixed) is absolutely amazing, as is Clockwork Angels.
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7 months ago
Flet
Wishing him all the best....
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7 months ago
Flet
I think being a teen in the lard 80s to mid 90s just put my demographic on those albums and also really really love the new stuff. Dont get me wrong. I have every single album and play almost all except for the abysmal first album.
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7 months ago
Flet
I'm so tired of hearing "respect the wishes" stuff all the time. I know it's too soon, but in my mind, if the music has been created, it exists in the universe, and it should be heard. And if not heard in the next 20 years, no one who would care will be alive, so the sooner the better. And always saying that "if he wanted it released he'd have done it". No, not EVH, he's
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7 months ago
Flet
I for one would love to have any Cherone songs...
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7 months ago
Flet
I'm really more of a post 90s fan I guess. Main Poll: 1) Vapor Trails (Remixed) 2) Clockwork Angels 3) Snakes and Arrows 4) Counterparts 5) Roll the Bones Sub-Poll: 1) Vapor Trails (Remixed) 2) Clockwork Angels 3) Snakes and Arrows
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7 months ago
Flet
When it was released in 1993, it was a huge disappointment. However, after letting it sit aside for a good 15 years, it is now one of my favourite Poison albums. Perhaps I just needed to get older. But yeah, in 1993 it was NOT what I needed or wanted. Crack a Smile on the other hand, is hands down the best Poison album by far. It's fun and has a really great guitar player.
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7 months ago
Flet
Wildside...hands down.
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7 months ago
Flet
Puppet on a String is with George...but it's a great song. I'd love to have a remix with the Solo separate from Don's overlaid voice...
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7 months ago
Flet
The albums after George and actually pretty darn good, just different. The "Erase the Slate" album in it's entirety is my favourite all around Dokken album. Songs? Change the World Drown The Last Goodbye Oasis Sunset Superstar Almost Over (This is so powerful, just crank it)
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