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2 years ago
trooper
So sad to learn about this.
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2 years ago
trooper
Billy Squier, REO Speedwagon, Boston (with proper production!), Giant (original lineup) & Boomtown Rats
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2 years ago
trooper
Johnny Law might tick a few of those boxes...
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2 years ago
trooper
Moments in life like these are few and far between. Absolutely brilliant! Devin for president!
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2 years ago
trooper
Pretty cool. I like the live vibe. I guess they could have added some effects on the vocal tracks. He's actually quite good but this sounds a tad too dry.
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2 years ago
trooper
Actually a pretty nice tune, but I would love to hear the "rock mix" version of it! :P
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2 years ago
trooper
I prefer the self-titled Tom Cochrane & Red Rider album from 1986 Boy Inside The Man
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2 years ago
trooper
How sad! I have both of the early albums. Some great stuff from a true artist. RIP
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2 years ago
trooper
I've only seen her once before, doing Kingdom by Devin Townsend. Clearly moved her. Like someone pointed out in the comments below, "You may want to get a pregnancy test."
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2 years ago
trooper
You can ask him for the songs he did with Burtnick! (If memory serves they called themselves The Dunaways)
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2 years ago
trooper
Diving For Pearls for me. Great production and great songs. Danny Malone has the perfect voice for this kind of music. Funny thing is, he always thought he was a better guitarist than singer. On a side note, I know Danny and Glen Burtnick recorded some songs in the early 90's. Would love to hear those one day! Also, fans of DFP should check out Band Of Angels who recorded an album for A&M wit
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2 years ago
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Cheap Trick is still doing pretty well. Kansas were superb last time I saw them. Styx never fails to amaze. REO, still great. Toto, ditto. Rush did it the right way when it comes to retiring. Kiss has always been more about the show/image than the music, so in some strange way, I think it's ok for them to keep going.
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2 years ago
trooper
I'm in no way an authority on this, but it does sound a bit dated, doesn't it? It reminded me of those late 90's girly pop songs... Oh well, a crappy song is a crappy song either way.
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2 years ago
trooper
Def Teslard it is!
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2 years ago
trooper
His two first (as M.Bolton) are classics. It's about time he put out a hard rock album again! Give Bob and Bruck Kulick a call. The middle-aged female fanbase from his heydays is no longer interested anyway!
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2 years ago
trooper
This is a fucking parody. Pushing 70, behaving like kindergarten kids, oh well...
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2 years ago
trooper
He's a mess and he can't even remember the chords anymore. What was he thinking in the first place?
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2 years ago
trooper
I have it but haven't played it in years. 'Straight Down The Line' is the only song I can vaguely remember
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2 years ago
trooper
As I suspected, yet another great song, but methinks it's about time for Mr. Tramp to shake things up a bit! His last 3-4 efforts were like one long album. I wish he would for once return to the sound and style of the Rock'n'Roll Circuz records he did some years ago! And they rocked live too!
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2 years ago
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All the factual inaccuracies along with the non-musical drama ruined it for me. The sad thing is that most people watching it will take it as a true story. I can't understand why they couldn't at least keep it factual, as the real story is just as exciting as the story the movie want you to believe.
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2 years ago
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Mine arrived today. Haven't had the chance to listen to all of it yet, but so far this is just mindblowing! I read through most of the book as well. The whole set is stunningly done! Everyone even remotely interested in AOR/MR should own this. I really mean it. A big thank you to Andrew for all the hard work put into this. It would have been a big crime if none of these songs were ever to be
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2 years ago
trooper
Cheap Trick Tesla Eclipse Work Of Art
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2 years ago
trooper
Just for the record, for 1000 units the manufacturing costs would be in the neighborhood of £3 (depending on t-shirt quality and size, colors used and number of prints)
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2 years ago
trooper
Nielsen / Pearson Band David Roberts Franke & The Knockouts (at least some of their songs)
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2 years ago
trooper
I can not rank them all, but my favorite is 'In The Spirit Of Things' which is one of my favorite albums of all time. Some seriously great guitar playing by Steve Morse and Steve Walsh in top form. This is also Walsh's favorite Kansas album, btw. I know tastes differ, but how anyone can rank this as the worst Kansas album is beyond me...
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2 years ago
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Jason made this record literally with his eyes and jaw. I'm in a loss for words...
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2 years ago
trooper
I really like their 'Small Fame' album! Gotta check out the new one!
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2 years ago
trooper
Eric Sarafin (AKA Mixerman) with his hilarious studio reports in "The Daily Adventures of Mixerman" https://www.amazon.com/Daily-Adventures-Mixerman/dp/0879309458
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3 years ago
trooper
Is this the one who has Alan Gratzer on drums?
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3 years ago
trooper
Big fan here. Hear & Now and Don't Say No is my favorites, but all of his albums have at least a handful of great songs, including Tell The Truth. I must admit that I find it hard to believe that the label prez would call him up to say that, but who knows... Also, I find his lyrics to be a step up from what I usually get from the artists typically talked about here. I really really wish he ha
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