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  1. Listen To New THE WILDHEARTS Single 'Dislocated'

    February 14, 2019 12 Comments

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    Listen To New THE WILDHEARTS Single 'Dislocated'

    British rockers THE WILDHEARTS will release "Renaissance Men" on May 3 May, their first full-length studio album in 10 years.

    The first single from the disc, a song called "Dislocated", can be streamed below.

    "'Dislocated' is a song about mental health issues," the band says. "THE WILDHEARTS have collective experience in this field, and hope to draw attention to this issue. We think it is very important for sufferers to reach out and talk, and for non-sufferers to regularly check on their friends and family. A simple phone call could save a life."

    The cover art for "Renaissance Men" was created by renowned artist Eliran Kantor (TESTAMENT, ATHEIST, SODOM) and can be seen below.

    "Renaissance Men" track listing:

    01. Dislocated
    02. Let 'Em Go
    03. The Renaissance Men
    04. Fine Art Of Deception
    05. Diagnosis
    06. My Kinda Movie
    07. Little Flower
    08. Emergency (Fentanyl Babylon)
    09. My Side Of The Bed
    10. Pilo Erection

    To coincide with the release of "Renaissance Men", THE WILDHEARTS' classic lineup of Ginger, CJ, Ritchie and Danny will play an eight-date U.K. tour. This intimate trek will start in Manchester at the Academy 2 on Friday, May 3 and conclude at the Riverside in Newcastle on Sunday, May 12.

    "Well, fuck me, it's only been 10 years since our last release and we have a monster album on its way," CJ said. "Danny is back in the band and we hit the road in May, playing new tunes and all the old hits. Can't wait and I know the boys are super bloody excited for this. ROCK!"

    Creatively brilliant, THE WILDHEARTS play a distinctive fusion of hard rock, perfectly complemented by contemporary melodies.

    With a career spanning nearly 30 years THE WILDHEARTS helped change the landscape of British rock through the '90s, and to this day they haven't shown any sign of slowing down.

     

     

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  2. 33 minutes ago, tts42572 said:

    Honestly, I haven't been a huge Whitesnake fan over the years for whatever reason.  I dug them a bit back in the late 80's but they've mostly been off my radar.

    That said, kinda like this tune.  Fun song and agree it has a classic Whitesnake vibe to it.

    I'm right there with you, only this song does nothing to make me want to listen to them. Nice guitar work though.


  3. American hard rockers DENMAN just released their debut full-length album "Raw Deal". Founded by brothers Ben (Vocals, Guitars) and Dakota Denman (Guitars), the four-piece released an EP a couple years ago, and now it's time for a full disc of completely new material recorded with the help of legendary producer Beau Hill.

    If you’re looking for a band which sounds exactly like the 1980s, then you will want to listen to Denman. There isn’t an American act out there right now that sounds more ’80s than Denman.


    Tracklist:

    01. Higher
    02. Alive in Overdrive
    03. Another Day
    04. Call of the Wild
    05. Nighttime Jungle
    06. Dreams Stay Alive
    07. Down Comes the Wall
    08. Gunslinger
    09. Pedal to the Metal
    10. Prison City

    Ben Denman - Vocals, Guitars
    Dakota Denman - Guitars
    Ted Karol - Drums
    Robbie Crede - Bass


  4. LONDON+-+Call+That+Girl+-+front.jpg

    from the interwebz:

    Hollywood glam rock pioneers LONDON featuring frontman Nadir D'Priest are releasing a new studio album, "Call That Girl". The recording marks the band's first studio LP since 1990's 'Playa Del Rock', which videos got strong MTV airplay.

    "Call That Girl" was produced and written by Nadir D'Priest and includes contributions by old friends like Chuck Wright (QUIET RIOT), Teddy Andreadis (GUNS N' ROSES, ALICE COOPER), Jack Frost (SEVEN WITCHES), Alfredo Ballesteros (THE POINTER SISTERS), Eddie St. James (TRANCE, RICHARD GRIECO) and Shrapnel Records' own Mike Varney.

    Mixed by famed Dennis Ward (Pink Cream 69), the album was presented / released Nov 2018 with a show at the Whiskey a Go-Go in Hollywood, however is not easy to find at regular retailers.

    Founded by future Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx in 1978, LONDON is well known for its outlandish antics and over-the-top stage shows. This was featured prominently in "The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years" film.

    With previous members from bands such as GUNS N' ROSES, W.A.S.P. MÖTLEY CRÜE and CINDERELLA, the current lineup is four years strong, with D'Priest as the only original.

    London's 'Playa Del Rock' is considered by many a US glam metal cult classic, and 28 years after, "Call That Girl", to my surprise sounds quite similar to that era.

    I was expecting a raw, heavy n' dirty Rock music CD - to appeal a wide audience - however D'Priest opted to continue with that '80s sound, so kudos to him.

    What we have here is a slick, polished collection of melodic hard rockers more in common with Autograph than anything else heavier or dirtier.

    Opener 'Far Away' is one of my favorites including synths and 'that' compressed drums, followed by the catchy title track and its Sunset Strip feel all over.

    'Reach Up to the Skies' comes out of the speakers like a lost Ratt tune, then the sleazy 'You Are Still the One for Me' bring to mind the band's 90s album.

    There's more heavier moments in 'Metal Nations', but the sexy 'Next to Me' brings back the Hollywood swagger, 'Please Give Me a Kiss' has that mentioned late Autograph catchiness, while 'I Am Not Afraid' adds a bluesy touch and a sinister, horror atmosphere.

    It's great to see another legendary '80s band back: for the most part, London's "Call That Girl" captures the '80s feel via catchy glammy metal tunes and the proper production sound akin that era.

    They never were you typical Sunset Strip band, so expect a couple of twists here, yet overall this is is feel-good classic melodic hard from the Californian factory.

    Highly Recommended


    01 - Far Away
    02 - Call That Girl
    03 - I Fell in Love With a Rebel
    04 - Reach Up to the Skies
    05 - Metal Nations
    06 - You Are Still the One for Me
    07 - Next to Me
    08 - Please Give Me a Kiss
    09 - I Am Not Afraid
    10 - Ayer Te Sone Aqui

    Nadir D'Priest - Vocals
    Alan Krigger (GIUFFRIA, IKE & TINA TURNER) - Drums
    Eric Ragno (THE BABYS, JOE LYNN TURNER) - Keyboards
    Billy the Fist (D'PRIEST) - Bass
    Ronee Peña - Guitar


    BUY IT !
    www.facebook.com/Londontheband1


  5. On 12/12/2016 at 6:48 PM, The real me said:

    Alpha male, my name is Andre Bonter, I was the original drummer for the POORBOYS. I just want to say thank you for keeping our music alive!! Keep on rockin!! And again, THANK YOU, BROTHER!!!

    Thank you for making one of the best releases during the start of the grunge era. Wish there were more tunes from you guys!! Cheers!!


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    2 hours ago, tts42572 said:

    Another tune released.  I suspect many may not like these new tunes if they're wanting a classic Tesla sound.  Personally, I'm a bit on the fence but still kinda liking it for something different.  Probably helps that I'm a Leppard fan that likes overproduced stuff :)

     

    Now that sounds like Def Leppard to me big time.

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