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    Address The Nation

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  1. sirlemonhead

    Taste - Moral Decay

    Great tune, but I wish he'd lay off the sweep picking on the guitar solos. It got tiresome in Art Nation.
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    Crashdiet: New singer and new album(?)

    Am pleasantly surprised by this. Didn't know what to think of the new singer based on the two awful promo pictures Like his vocals a lot though and the track is pretty damn good Excited for the album now!
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    W.A.S.P. - Re-Idolized (2018)

    Yeah was never much a fan of this at all either. Got dragged to see one of the recent shows and it was a fairly tedious affair. Blackie didn't even acknowledge the crowd until the whole album had been done.
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    H.E.A.T - Into The Great Unknown

    Any chance of getting a copy too? I've only got the standard release as I'm going to wait for the inevitable "Tour edition"
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    H.E.A.T - Into The Great Unknown

    Best of the broken is really dull. Takes ages to get anywhere and then goes nowhere. Really weak chorus too.. going to be a skipper I think.
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    H.E.A.T - Into The Great Unknown

    Yeah i'd hover between ATN and Freedom Rock as my favourites
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    H.E.A.T - Into The Great Unknown

    It's growing on me. I found myself really wanting to listen to Time on our side the other day actually - it fits in really well with the flow of the album. More or less liking most of the album though it seems to drop in quality on the second half. I'll see how it goes
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    H.E.A.T - Into The Great Unknown

    I don't mind digital, but I'd love for more dynamic versions of the albums to be released. They're victims of the loudness war for sure. Freedom Rock is especially bad - you can hear clipping on that one. Anyone ever come across a vinyl rip of Tearing down the walls? I have actually yet to get a decent record player so mine is staying in it's sleeve for now!
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    H.E.A.T - Into The Great Unknown

    I like it too. It was written around the time of the first album apparently, hence the Dave Dalone song writing credit
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    H.E.A.T - Into The Great Unknown

    I've been downloading mp3s since the mid 90s, completely unashamedly as I always buy CDs for what I like. I've multiple copies of H.E.A.T albums so no worries about me not getting this one I'm thinking I'll skip the standard edition and go straight to the Japanese release also.
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    H.E.A.T - Into The Great Unknown

    Aye, Same. I'm more of an Eric Rivers fan, so when Dave originally left I thought "bummer, but we still have Eric" - Only for Eric to leave down the road. He's been a big influence on my guitar playing so I was genuinely sad that he was gone. Dave returning was really the best replacement for him though, so I was super excited to see what he'd do on the new album. Definitely part of why I love the first two albums is just how melodic the leads are - wish we had more of that on this release, and just more of Dave's playing in general. Though I am happy that we're getting more keys
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    H.E.A.T - Into The Great Unknown

    Love Dave's solo on it
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    H.E.A.T - Into The Great Unknown

    Yep for sure - definitely want those to stay on the live setlist.
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    H.E.A.T - Into The Great Unknown

    The band were great, but Erik needed to calm down a bit perhaps. My friend tagged along who didn't know the band at all and his only comment about Erik was "wow, cocaine is a hell of a drug!"
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    H.E.A.T - Into The Great Unknown

    He's also been a bit cringeworthy live on the TDTW tour, compared to previously. I did laugh though when he spat up into the air, intending to catch it in his mouth, and it landed straight on his eye Kenny is still the better of the two vocalists for me, and the gap sadly only gets bigger as the newer albums are released. It's a shame as he really, really impressed me on Address the nation.

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