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CureTheSane

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About CureTheSane

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    Headlining Act
  • Birthday 10/27/1969

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    http://www.nationaldinosaurmuseum.com.au

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Knoxfield, Victoria, Australia
  • Interests
    Family, Travel, Sydney Swans, Formula 1

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  • Favorite Band
    Pop Evil
  • Favorite CD
    Bad City - Welcome To The Wasteland

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  1. CureTheSane

    Song of the Day

    Going out of my normal comfort zone at the moment. Was watching Foxtel and flicking through the music channels (there is no hard rock channel) Stopped to talk with someone while it rested on the country channel (well, one of them, as there is more than one Country channel and no hard rock of course) Ended up listening to the songs on there and was quite drawn to them. Some concert in Queensland with Old Dominion playing their set. Never heard of them before, but was digging their music so I downloaded the show through Foxtel to watch again later. Kind of country pop I guess. Even leans a bit towards Hillsong stuff at times I guess. Anyway, I liked it enough to get the album, which is pretty good. Probably the first time I have really ever liked a country band enough to get the album. Last song I remember that I really dug was Devil Goes Down To Georgia lol In this clip the band are wearing Kiss, Metallica and Priest t-shirts so maybe I'm not too far away from my music after all...
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    Saliva - 10 Lives

    I saw them live last year. Were very good. Had the new singer for a while now
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    HAREM SCAREM - "The Ultimate Collection Box Set”

    I used to want the product in my hands. See the artwork, read the lyrics (hopefully), even go through the credits and look for surprises and quirks. No longer though. When some were released as downloads only it removed the ability to have a perfect collection. Same with the cardboard cases (for me at least). I wanted all mine in jewel cases. But the quality of digital downloads is the same. For that reason I still collect DVD's as quality of downloads still varies. Netflix etc has kind of helped with that, but I often wonder if I'll always have access to everything I want streaming. In the end my DVD collection is doomed. In the end everyone's CD collections will be quirky keepsakes. Soon releases will be online only. This isn't something I am hoping for, but just the way it will happen.
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    Saliva - 10 Lives

    Probably not too many Saliva fans here, but this is pretty good so far
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    Tesla - Shock

    For me the keepers were Cross My Heart Otehr Than Me Burnout To Fade Life Is A River Tesla are a weird band in that Jeff's voice is so unique and can be really abrasive, or quite delicate at times. When I hear a new album, I generally find it pretty easy to know what I'll not like from first listen. This posted song is an exception as I initially think it's average, but there is potential after a few listens. Some nice melodies and interesting guitar bits in it that are unique enough to get my interest. I have no doubt I'll find between 4 and 6 songs that I'll really enjoy on this.
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    HAREM SCAREM - "The Ultimate Collection Box Set”

    I haven't bought physical CD's for years. And purchasing greatest hits, best ofs, ultimate collections, etc electronically is pretty pointless when you already have everything electronically. Admittedly, most of my HS is still CD, but I'll get around to ripping this and the rest of my collection one day. In 5 years this is a moot post, as for the first time since their 'comeback' vinyl sales have declined. this coupled with the massive decline in CD sales is just reiterating that CD's are the new 'Blockbuster' Doomed....
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    Pretty Maids - Kingmaker

    If that camera effect is to make the singer look younger it ain't working. good song, unattractive clip. would be better with strippers or something
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    Top-5 2018 (at the moment)

    Yeah, usual Sleaze Roxx list. Heavy on the AC/DC sounding bands. No big deal, just not my thing. Their individual lists are usually better, or the public list
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    The Poodles are no more

    Side note and still off topic, but I saw School Of Rock stage production tonight and really liked this song. Could easily be on a Steel Panther album.
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    Cover songs

    Ozzy's version is better, which is a kind of weird thing for me to say. Probably my fav song he did as well. I guess his weird voice is pretty unique.
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    The Poodles are no more

    Thanks, appreciate it. I'll check some out. I really liked Love Cream. Songs were kinda crude at times, but were great musically. Back Door Lover etc
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    The Poodles are no more

    Are any of them any good?
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    ToxicRose - s/t EP out soon

    Listening to the EP and the album now. EP is stronger. Because Of You is a cool track off the album, but sadly it seems a bit like most of the songs that didn't make the EP. Edit: We All Fall Down is also pretty good.
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    Best Of 2018

    Cry Of Love was the same mould as what? I'm not sure I listened to COL. There were a bunch of bands that people love here that were way to synthy and poppy for me.
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    Best Of 2018

    Yeah, was a real toss up with Roxanne. GFY is an awesome song. First listen it was a bit corny, then it grew, and grew...
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