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4 weeks ago
machinehead
It's ok if you like history lessons in the lyrics. Not for me. Agree about the production it's spot on.
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4 weeks ago
machinehead
Happy Birthday Andrew
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4 weeks ago
machinehead
Still a good tune to me anyway
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4 weeks ago
machinehead
What a waste of talent.
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4 weeks ago
machinehead
A few kansas albums are worth mentioning.
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5 weeks ago
machinehead
Walk In The Shadows Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Enuff Znuff...one of my favorite bands. Classic > case of bad management and shooting oneself in the > foot. One of the best gigs I was at. They were excellent.
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5 weeks ago
machinehead
A good few Canadian bands,also Scandinavians. Still see a few bands and solo artists I didn't know about today.
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5 weeks ago
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Mik Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > 'What Love Can Be' and 'Loving You' are very > Zeppelin-esque (especially Lenny's vocals). 'Get > It On' definitely has a Zeppelin vibe. 'Seventeen' > is pure Bonham, drums wise, but the bulk of the > album beyond those tracks doesn't really channel > Zeppelin as much. Saw them on that first tour with
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6 weeks ago
machinehead
Wife and I had it over Xmas she had a jab 3 weeks previously. I would never take jabs,that's another story.
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6 weeks ago
machinehead
So sad RIP, Magnum & Kingdom Come Glasgow 88
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6 weeks ago
machinehead
RIP Tony.
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6 weeks ago
machinehead
That was a great watch.Thanks once again.
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6 weeks ago
machinehead
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It means 'same old boring assemblyline/bog average > stuff that's been heard all before'. Became a term > for corporate rock by the 80's,too. It was never > meant as a positive..let's just say that. I like > some of that era of Heart,but mostly Brigade where > they started breaking into a bit more i
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6 weeks ago
machinehead
Return to form good album.
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6 weeks ago
machinehead
67 cookie cutter stuff all day long. What does cookie cutter even mean
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7 weeks ago
machinehead
Cracking documentary,thanks Peter. I was browsing in my local record shop in 1976 and I spotted this cover with a leprechaun on the front sleeve. When I played it the rest is history as they say. I spent a few quid on their back catalogue. Brilliant band.
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7 weeks ago
machinehead
Grand Funk The Red album
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7 weeks ago
machinehead
Another great Canadian singer
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7 weeks ago
machinehead
Jimi Anderson has two good albums out 2017 & 2019,well worth a listen.
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7 weeks ago
machinehead
I would imagine he's getting a decent advance for this or why else would he bother.
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7 weeks ago
machinehead
Hated her music then, I wouldn't change my mind now.
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8 weeks ago
machinehead
Merry Christmas to everyone
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2 months ago
machinehead
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I think that by now, most fans have realized that > this 'Grand Faux RR' band just doesn't stack up > well vs.the actual band where Farner was the > showman and lead vocalist. About time... T This 100% Terry
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2 months ago
machinehead
The 2010 live at the BBC features the Reading gig plus Milton Keynes in 91.
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2 months ago
machinehead
That was great,thanks for sharing.
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2 months ago
machinehead
Saw them in a local pub at the very beginning. Cracking band.
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2 months ago
machinehead
Andrew Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It’s really quite something to watch. So many > loopy loud Republicans. What happened to their > normal people? They're getting drowned out by the loud mouths
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2 months ago
machinehead
RNRPREACHER1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The most dangerous thing (from what I can see) is > the deranged crook still screaming about stolen > elections, and threatening to be a dictator if he > were to be re-elected, with the equally insane > right wing of his party being equally culpable. I > genuinely fear that IF that were to happe
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2 months ago
machinehead
the gooch 2 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ...bingo ! ...me too ! > ...and 'Mark, Don, and Mel' was the first vinyl I > ever bought. I was in my early teens. > > ...https://m.media-amazon.com/images/I/51u-UcS-tWS > ._UF350,350_QL50_.jpg First song I ever heard from them was Paranoid from the live album. I was expecting a cover of
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2 months ago
machinehead
Warner E. Hodges - Centerline
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