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3 years ago
Thefrog66
Don't you already have them?
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
One of my pet hates is piped crowd noise onto live releases - makes them virtually unlistenable for me
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
Thanks Rocknut I've now been singing Hello Captain Bring Me Down all morning!
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
Unfortunately a CD text read on my ripper only picks up the 1st 3 tracks on Disc 1 - I'll try a different ripper
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
I got mine on Wednesday (UK) - hate it when the tracks aren't in the mp3 database I use when I go to rip it though so not loaded to my music player yet.
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
The Whalen CD is excellent - managed to get mine before Pledgemusic bit the dust.
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
AOR Heaven usually carry his releases. I'm not sure his experience with Frontiers was a happy one.
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
A true genius and a damn nice bloke too. I'm a big fan of Aniday too featuring his lovely wife on vocals - a great slice of female fronted rock. Going back to Robby he is providing some trademark backing vocal choirs plus playing grand piano for a song on the new Knight Area album (Vocalist Jan Willem Ketelaers takes backing vocal duties live for Valentine).
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
I'm having Blaze of Glory by the Alarm. I already have some accompanying words about it spoken by Mike Peters as part of a dedication he did with a boxset. He did an acoustic version of the song too but I want a live version with the crowd all joining in unison.
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
Which show(s) did you see?
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
I have my link to the download but won't be able to get to hear it until after work.
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
Anyone know What is happening with The Grand Masquerade - same singer I believe
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
This has been advertised for some time 9or at least the London gig has). Danny Vaughn is playing an acoustic show about 50 yards up the road same night.
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
very expensive to have the cd shipped to the UK
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
I've seen the Cats somewhere around a dozen times and always been a great show. To me their brilliance is in their live performance rather than the albums (although they are fine) and obviously Paul has been a very large chunk of that. Await news of the new singer in the near future.
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
£7.99 at amazon (i refuse to use itunes) didn't see an option to download individual tracks. Though I'd much rather a CD than pesky download files even though the first thing I would do with the CD would be to rip it!
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
Having been able to look at the link in more detail when I got home from work I've nabbed the files from Amazon and note the song I knew was When You Love Someone. Not had a chance of a play through yet but looking forward to it.
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
The In The Pink song that I had was Never Let Go (or something like that) - was always on the lookout for more that didn't end up on the Sunshine Jive album
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
Exactly my thoughts re the TSO comparison. Unfortunately I was right towards the back having got there quite late after work and the sound could have been better. I would imagine with a crisper overall sound - I found it quite muddy for want of a better word then this would be a sensational rather than just great show.
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
Jellyfish Spilt Milk is the one
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
I go to as many as I can but I have to admit this year there seem generally fewer bands touring that I want to see. By the way you should rethink Cats In Space whilst the album wasn't quite up to the standard of the first two they have always been much better live than studio for me and this time around was no different.
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
Yes me
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
Shouldn't that be Ex Poodles singer, thought they had called it a day.
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
I don't think it's as good as the first two but I've always preferrred the band live to the albums anyway. I saw them last week and it was bloody magnificent including several Nania tunes.
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
I saw him a few years ago at Hammersmith. Was a good night but I never followed up any interest I may have had
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
He's not even the best actor in the movie the Brian and John were much better (Roger sucked) Malek did OK. I don't like the movie because Roger and Brian were involved so people take the storyline as generally true. Freddie went with Jim Hutton (having just tracked him down in the phonebook) to meet his parents on the morning of live aid - yeah right.For what it's worth Hutton never met Freddie
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
I thought it was Jellyfish - Spilt Milk that is often used
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
I'd also add that I've always preferred them live than the albums. Absolutely top players live with exquisite harmonies. For what it's worth I hear no references to The Darkness whatsoever.
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3 years ago
Thefrog66
I actually found the "Side 1" tracks more instant than anything previously and perhaps for me that could be a problem as I quite like albums to be growers. I also think quite a lot of side 1 material has a similar theme re the music industry - perhaps a little too much.
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4 years ago
Thefrog66
Alarm - Alarm Calling by The Alarm Message - snippet of Calling All Girls by Queen (take this message a message for you) Email - Email Baby by Valentine/Valencia Ringtone - Join With Us by The Feeling (the ring ring beep beep part)
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