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16 years ago
Rocketdog
Thanks for the link, Scott. Too bad that they don't have any of the real OOP stuff I'm looking for - the first Jeff Paris or Danny Wilde CD's, both of which were on labels owned by Universal. I also found it interesting that a lot of what they had was in fact, NOT out of print, and pretty easily obtainable elsewhere.
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
Yeah, It's good, but seriously, the guy needs to get some new material out. It's been 2, almost 3 years since CHARIOT was first released. More than enough time to produce something new.
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
Yeah I downloaded that some months back, and you know what - I'm still going to buy the actual CD when it comes out. It's that good!
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
Most Goodwill stores usually have some, a couple of stacks, 40 or so - but it's rarely anything spectacular, and/or the condition of the discs isn't that good. The real beauty of it was that I wasn't even planning on being there, just happened to stop into one because my wife wanted to look for something else. We've scored some other good items there occasionally (pet door, baby gate, books, e
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
Hot damn! I was in a Goodwill store today, and found a used copy of Tommy Shaw's "Ambition', in perfect condtion no less, for only $2.99. One of those 'last place I'd expect to find something, and for a great price, too' deals. Anyone else have any good luck muisc buying scores recently?
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
When (and where) did this happen? I haven't heard anything about it.
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
One of my idols - so tragic, and unintenionally ironic, that he passed away on what is also my birthday. Wished I could have seen them live (in person) just once when he was still here. At lleast he left a fine legacy of music behind - and I've been cranking it all day!
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
Also, many music DVD releases tend to be region free (zero or 9) for whatever reason, so there's always a good chance this one will be, too. As long as it's not in PAL format, you should be ok.
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
REVENGE was infinitely better album than HOT IN THE SHADE (which, for my money, was probably one of their weakest). Also, when you consider that the year it came out in, 1992, was when 'grunge' started to take over and rule the charts - the fact the album was still successfull futher illustrates this point. Anyway, I'm very much looking forward to Paul Stanley's new disc. His first solo album wa
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
400. Re: SR-71
I thought TOMORROW was their weakest, too - but loved HWGA! What's really weird is that the Mitch Allen solo record was reported to be coming out last year, too, but it never happened. "In Your Eyes" even got radio airplay to support it - but still nothing.
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
401. Re: Spys
Like both albums. Got to see them live, opening for 38 Special way back in '83. Good show, too!
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
I've been asking that same question for years. That title's mighty high on my list of stuff I'd evetually like to have on CD. I'm always surprised Island records didn't re-release it when The Rembrandts were popular. Would have seemed to be an obivious cash in - but there you go.
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
And if you just have to know all the answers, here's a link to them... http://www.hellan.com/bilder/allgemeines/74bands140673.jpg
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
Still in shock over how much I'm loving this disc. It's THAT good!
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
I've always like this album. Don't get why other here don't.
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
Didn't think I'd ever say this - but this album's pretty damn good! Definitely a 'grower', as the more I hear it, the more I like it. Think it's head and shoulders above the first album in sound, songwriting and production. Yep - still amazed that I actually am liking this as much as I am.
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
Just guessing - but is it going to be The Hooters version of "Time After Time" (which Cyndi Lauper made famous, but they wrote and performed on her version) - or, their pretty decent cover of "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds"?
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
I'll agree with that last statement!
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
Who I also should have mentioned, as they are local Maine boys, too. They are currently residing in California, though. They put out a second independant album, after being let go from Universal, but it's a bit harder to come by these days. But if you liked the first, you'd liek that one as well.
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
I actually got to meet Beau Hill a couple of years back. At the time, he WAS working with modern rock acts, doing not only production, but also management, and heading up his own indie record label - Small Hope Records. The band he was invested with then was called MY PRECIOUS DAYS, and thier album was called "Ether". They were pretty decent, and the title track was even getting radio
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
Yes, but Whitesnake has ALWAYS been David Coverdale and whoever else he felt like having in the band - no matter who else has come and gone over the years. Think that negates them right there.
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
It's definitely out, as I've seen it in stores this week. FYE and Newburry comics both had it.
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
Now I'm a fan of The Cars, and Utopia - but even I have to agree that I don't like this choice of a name, either. It's only 2 original members of the Cars, for chrissake - why not just come up with a whole different band name? Would be a much smarter choice.
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
414. Re: cdrs
Heres' an odd one I made the other day. It's got a loose connection running through it, but mostly, it was just some songs I wanted to hear on a particular drive one day. Tom Petty - "Runaway Trains" The Cars - "Heartbeat City" Corey Hart - "Sunglasses At Night" Benjamin Orr - "Stay The Night" Starship - "Tomorrow Doesn't Matter Tonight" Foreigne
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
Well, here's some answers for you... LIT - actually put out a self-titled CD last year. One of thier better albums, too. STABBING WESTWARD parted ways about 2 years ago. Haven't heard if any of the band members are doing anything, or not - but it's a shame, as their last album was THE best one they did.
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
See, I'd go all old school on you, and say BILLION DOLLAR BABIES. Mainly because it was the first album of his that I ever got, and it still holds up today. Hell, so does pretty much anything released with the original band (early to mid 70's) Out of the latter period stuff, I think I'd give TRASH the nod, too. So "Poison" is you favorite song, eh. You might be interested to know that
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
Nevada Beach - hell I used to know those guys - being that we're from the same state (Maine) and all that. Their bass player - Tony Rivers - was even a pretty good friend, but I haven't seen/talked to him in years.
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
Damn - how could I forget AVIATOR and RIGGS! Two of my all-time favorites. Thank everyone for the info on the one's I was unsure of. It's always hard when the debut comes out on a major label, and the follow-up's don't - or, only come out on labels overseas. Such would be the case with the other FARRENHIET albums - of which I have both. I do remember reading somewhere, though, that most of the
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
Not sure on some of these. Feel free to correct me if I am... Michael Thompson Band - MTB Eyes - s/t Electric Angels -s/t Beggers & Theives - s/t
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16 years ago
Rocketdog
Long time fan. FUTURES was one of my top albums of last year. Great live band, too.
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