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About Geoff

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    The OFFICIAL HH Geoffadillo!
  • Birthday 05/09/1979

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    Surfing, Photography, Holidays, Good Beer and Good Music.

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    So Far from Real/Paper Wings/Disguises

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  1. Jeez, I'll take this 10 times over new recordings, lol. I really like that 'Sandy' song and bummed it won't be on the album. It'll all be good fun, but I don't expect the sound quality is going to make it an album full of keepers. To this day my main issue was the weak production on their debut, and that was a fully "polished" release, so can't hold too many high hopes for a bunch of demos. But, I can't wait to hear what the second album would have sounded like.
  2. Yep, I obviously would have loved to see them back in the day - whether they were amazing or not - just would have loved to see it. I always hoped, as so many of the "smaller" "big" US bands started to drop into Australia over the past few years, that I might get to see them even if far past their prime. Won't happen for sure now, though.
  3. I enjoyed your list, Jez, but I'm intrigued now. I just noticed that Poison's VHS 'Seven Days Live,' which I more or less grew up on, appears to be the same concert you attended and hated so much. Is that right? I know I'm probably a biased Poison fan, but even from a neutral point of view I can't really see what they did wrong in that show? I obviously love it to bits, but like I say, just looking at it without bias I can't pick up anything outstandingly off with the whole thing.
  4. They do sometimes ask, "is this one of your songs?" is something doesn't seem quite right. They have come around to most if not all that I've put on there, though. They love singing along to Extreme's 'Mutha (Don't wanna go to school today).'
  5. Oh dear, what a mess, lol. Thanks for the link.
  6. Yeah, me too. I do definitely get the sentiment factor, but at the end of the day a great album is a great album. For the record, I don't like White Lion or LA Guns debuts either. Both solid hard rock, but didn't do much at all for me.
  7. For those not in the knows, what's this all about?
  8. Yeah, can't fault this one. Love the whole thing too, and the level of musicianship is immense. Love it. This or Lynch Mob? Love both, but I might favour this one? Maybe the best songs on the Lynch Mob album ('No bed of roses' and 'Through these eyes' + a few others) but I think over all, for consistency, this one takes the cake.
  9. Nice, must check this stuff out.
  10. Had never heard of this, but I want to check it out asap.
  11. Sounds solid. I remember the last album had a really good vibe too, but I wasn't blown away by the actual songs. This sounds like it could be a bit better so I'm looking forward to it.
  12. Both of them are delicious and they make me very excited. 'Just Drive' is especially awesome. On a side note, I managed to sneak 'Had to get to you' on the mix I play for my kids in the car - I melt every time it hits the speakers. Such an awesome tune.
  13. I still remember picking this up from Cash Converters in Bankstown, by pure chance. Had no idea what it was, but obviously the band photo on the back cover made it a no-brainer. Brought it home not really expecting too much and the rest, as they say, is history. Completely immense album. I also wasn't a fan of the 'Dance' song, but the rest is pure ear candy. First and last songs probably my favourite, but I love them all (except the 'Dance' one, lol).
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