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  1. AlphaMale

    Baltimore Rocks -- Blast From The Past

    More Bomb Squad:
  2. AlphaMale

    Nordic Union - Second Coming

    I hate song titles like that.
  3. AlphaMale

    Angelica

    Here you go. Angelica's demos with Andy Lyon on vocals: https://we.tl/t-vc17XGXORd
  4. from various sources: "Right Turn" is the new album from singer / songwriter DANIEL TRIGGER, an indie artist who has been releasing several records since 2005, plus albums under the Trigger name. We have listened to some of them but his overall heavy rock style never convinced us. However, things are changing with "Right Turn". I can see why the album will be released by MelodicRock Records soon; this material is inspired by the classic Melodic Rock sound from the '80s. One thing that will surprise the listener is that Daniel hails from the Midlands in the UK and not the US as the music on here would suggest. Bringing to mind Mitch Malloy (in his early years), Johnny Lima and late '80s Bon Jovi, Daniel Trigger knows his way around a melodic tune and chorus. Lyrically he harks back to the glory days of melodic rock on ‘Days Gone By’. ‘Drive’ is a tune made for just that – top down on the car (or windows for most of us) with this melodic rock gem blasting out on the speakers. There's a clear Malloy feeling in the classy melodic rock pattern of 'Running Into The Wind', with its rip roaring piano riff including acoustic guitar into the mix but used as 'electric' riffage. Midtempo 'Hold Back The Night' brings to mind Bon Jovi's New Jersey era, really 'American' in its delivery, 'Heavy Heart' has a catchy, pure '80s melodic rock chorus, while we have a classic rock vibe on the fun ‘Rock N Roll Party’. The only ballad here, ‘There In Your Heart’, bring to mind Jon Bon Jovi solo album, or better Johnny Lima, as Trigger's voice is very similar to them. If you have listened to some of Daniel Trigger previous albums, forget 'em, he has 'turned' timeless melodic rock here on the properly titled "Right Turn". There's sweet melodious vocals, catchy choruses, a warm production, and while Daniel performs all instruments, he was cleverly enough to bring a very good guitar player in Jay Maddison to provide the clean solos and round up very entertaining songs. Daniel Trigger will be a new name to many and he is worth listening to based on the melodic rock delights he has provided here. Highly Recommended 01 - Penitence 02 - Days Gone By 03 - Drive 04 - Running Into The Wind 05 - Hold Back The Night 06 - Heavy Heart 07 - Alive 08 - There In Your Heart 09 - Rock N Roll Party 10 - Wheels In Motion Dan Trigger - Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Keyboards Jay Maddison - Guitar solos Sally Trigger - Backing Vocals
  5. AlphaMale

    Devil's Hand (Slamer/Freeman) - s/t

    Andrewe Freeman is also the singer in Lies, Deceit, & Treachery (the former BulletBoys sans the singer). He replaced Shane Tassart when Tassart had a meltdown over the band playing a show with a replacement singer when he had vocal surgery.
  6. AlphaMale

    What's a spinnin' in your CD player?

    Me too. I find it disappointing with each additional listen.
  7. AlphaMale

    Treat - Tunguska

    Agree with you all. It's okay. Both tracks are only 6/10 to 7/10 tops. I hope there are some 10/10 on there!!
  8. I hope so too. That would be cool.
  9. http://bravewords.com/news/foreigner-announce-double-vision-then-and-now-reunion-shows FOREIGNER Announce Double Vision: Then And Now Reunion Shows August 6, 2018, 3 hours ago news hard rock foreigner AddThis Sharing Buttons Share to Facebook8Share to TwitterShare to Google+Share to More Now for the first time ever, Foreigner presents Double Vision: Then And Now, four special celebration events featuring all current band members - Mick Jones (lead guitar), Kelly Hansen (lead vocals), Tom Gimbel (rhythm guitar, sax, vocals), Jeff Pilson (bass, vocals), Michael Bluestein (keyboards), Bruce Watson (guitar) and Chris Frazier (drums) - plus the original band members who helped to put the iconic group on the map more than forty years ago. Lou Gramm, Dennis Elliott, Al Greenwood, Ian McDonald and Rick Wills join the band to rock through some of the best-selling songs from the band’s albums, and bring back the memories that make it feel like the first time for both long-time fans and new generations. Double Vision: Then and Now Dates November 9 - Microsoft Theater - Los Angeles, CA 10 - Agua Caliente Casino - Rancho Mirage, CA 30 - Hard Rock - Atlantic City, NJ December 1 - Mohegan Sun Arena - Uncasville, CT This summer, Foreigner rocks cross the US on its Live Nation twenty-nine city headline Juke Box Heroes Tour with Whitesnake and Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening supporting. August 2018 sees the launch of Juke Box Hero, the Musical in Canada. Based on the book written by the prolific writing duo, Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais, responsible for The Commitments movie and the Tracey Ullman TV show, the show will feature many of Foreigner’s 16 iconic Top 30 hits. (Photo by: Karsten Staiger)
  10. AlphaMale

    First Signal - album #3

    Oh yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  11. AlphaMale

    Dynazty - Firesign

    All of their power metal CDs sounds identical. Every song is basically the same with a different chorus. They really have gone steadily downhill since Renatus. Sultans Of Sin was excellent!
  12. AlphaMale

    Shinedown - Devil

    This band does ZERO for me.
  13. AlphaMale

    SOTO - Detonate

    Sounds solid but doesn't grab me.
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