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Waiting for new release : Radio Sun -  Outside Looking In.

 

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Lizzy Borden - My Midnight Things.

 

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19 hours ago, Doggy said:

Lizzy Borden - My Midnight Things.

 

Me too lol

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Europe - Walk The Earth.

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On 8/7/2018 at 7:17 PM, Doggy said:

Lizzy Borden - My Midnight Things.

 

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

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Steve Vai - Modern Primitve

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On 8/8/2018 at 7:48 PM, AlphaMale said:

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

Yupp it was terrible

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Lobby Loyde and Colored Balls - Heavy Metal Kid

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Myles Kennedy - Year Of The Tiger.

Imma liking this one.

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On 8/9/2018 at 2:48 AM, AlphaMale said:

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

 

Atrocious stuff, although the pipes are still present!

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Still trying to figure if I'll get it. I absolutely love 1st and last songs!

 

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Keel - Right To Rock.

 

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Joe  Satriani Live In San Francisco.

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    • Joe  Satriani Live In San Francisco.
    • Awesome! Thanks! I also have some demos of Dennis Cameron from *after* Angelica that he was working on that never saw the light of day (in case anyone would be interested).
    • Here you go. Angelica's demos with Andy Lyon on vocals: https://we.tl/t-vc17XGXORd
    • only a man has one of the greatest intros to a rock song ever 
    • 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          
    • I know this is from a while back ago but this link is dead. Is there anyone who might still have this that would be willing to re-upload this? Thanks! 
    • I know this is from a while back ago but this link is dead. Is there anyone who might still have this that would be willing to re-upload this? Thanks! 
    • I don't really mind the extra guitar effects... unnecessary noodling, but actually well played, and no one should ever argue the dude's guitar prowess.  But those vocal chords have obviously taken a pounding over the past 35 years.  I would have lost a bet had someone challenged me whether or not that was Aldo Nova on vox.  I would have laughed and called you crazy for implying such jest.  Appears the joke is on me!   This one is not on my buy list.
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