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  1. Hello!

    1. cherokee


      I hope you answer me soon ,because I would like to trade with you for Rock Boulevard cd!

    2. cherokee


      Please send me a message to my privat email address ( sopetya@t-online.hu )!Can you send me a few more pictures from Rock Boulevard cd (disc,front/back cover)??Thank you in advance,Peter

  2. I am very glad that you have a Rock Boulevard cd! My email:sopetya@t-online.hu Please send me a message!

    1. cherokee


      I'll waiting for your reply!I would like to buy from you the Rock Boulevard original press cd!How much do you want for it?Can you send me a few more pictures to my email address?Merry Christmas!!Please answer as soon,as possible!!!Thanks,Peter

  3. And also, I forgot to address...most of mine had that wavy back tray insert too. Some other indie presses have this, which is a result of a slightly bigger than normal back insert, not from water damage. I'm 99.9% of this too.
  4. They're all marked as promos....take it from me, I have had like 8 different originals of this thing and I noticed it over the years too (it stating it was a promo etc.). The guys prob did this since it was self financed and figured it was a taste of what they could do or demonstrate as a band to land a deal. It's a great CD, as good as anything else (I actually love it myself), but in reality all indies are promos or self-financed in hopes of kicksarting something, stirring up some interest. I think it was just their angle and did this on purpose with their pressing job. Maybe it was a ma
  5. Damn, yeah thx guys, my thoughts exactly....I pride myself in knowing (to an unhealthy level) lesser known melodic rock and AOR stuff, but I got nuthin on this one. This unknown track/band have to be European is my guess, just sounds like a non-US type of AOR to these ears. I didn't know this was unsolved for that long whiplash....reminds me of another long long un-ID'd track from a message board that specializes in 80's pop and new wave it's a fun place to check out too, this goes back to 2000 and it's still unsolved, these guys have tried everything to get someone to ID it I gotta comme
  6. Was on youtube and saw this video of someone saying they needed help on Id'ing it. I figured I'd be able to help, then I listened to it....it's a nice AOR track, but even though it may sound familiar (dude's voice or sumthin) I dont know who it is either. Maybe someone here might recognize it, check it out below:
  7. Wow Keith, love the review. I totally agree with ya man....I can relate as an old Ratt fan as well, we have a lot of shared sentiments although I liked Reach (Detonator was hanging on), then by the 90's they became a train wreck in terms of new material to say the least. When I first heard of them doing something new I thought to myself "Great, they reunite to release another disappointing affair (like many others) to further bog down their classic catalog".....and I can say I'm so glad I was wrong, this thing measures up to anything Ratt has ever done during their heyday. This new one
  8. "Infestation" f**kin rawks. PERIOD.
  9. Yeah man, just wrote this thread too....this thing kicks ass imho, gotta reward guys like this for cutting a record like this in 2010. Very true to form without sounding too dated in my opinion I'm giving it a 9 out of 10 (I first gave it maybe an 8 and its growing on me big time), and just for the record I give all of their post-Detonator output 6's or below, im not one who just rates a band's material good cuz i loved their previous albums. I'm a strict grader....but this deserves any Ratt fans' attention, no lie. Here's my post as I mentioned, for more of a review: http://heav
  10. Okay so I'm not sure if there's another topic discussion on this but damn, this newest album is great. This is perhaps the best comeback from the glory bands I can think of? Believe me, I was about to write them off being a fan of Ratt's in the 80's, not cutting anything worth a damn since Detonator....in fact I think I like the newest more than Detonator..!? It's right there with Dancing and Reach for me. My fav is Invasion, its just short of that genious, but I absolutely love everything up until Detonator and as I mentioned I may like this more than Detonator, and think it's comparable
  11. How have ya not heard Dokken, or much of them? You're missing out man....I thought we all had to pay our Dokken dues when growing up lol jk. Both bands are great, but yeah I wouldn't exactly equate Mr Scary's sound with Dokken's per se, but I'd say most people who enjoy crunchy melodic rock would like both even though they each got their unique styles within the genre
  12. That's really crappy....why don't you seek legal action, report him. How did you go about paying him?
  13. Staryder, not to get on a tangent, but who does Lust Puppy sound like? What's the CD called, year? Don't tell me they sound like Testament or sumthin, love that kinda thrash.........
  14. Good question. As far as I know, you can't find out.....goes to show, why would ebay do this? The answer is so people cannot have as good of an idea on shill bidders. Like you say, if people get away with hiking prices, this makes ebay higher commissions. I'm afraid it's a lost cause. Ebay won't do sh*t about it either.
  15. I've had the music addiction go all the way back from my when I lived at home and my mom (back when) to losing a few girlfriends over it (and other addictions), and the battle continues. I have found women to be a pretty expensive hobby (whether it's time, headaches/drama, or of course money), and I am such an independent person that I find myself like melodicrockoz.....I won't budge on my few passions in life, and thats just the way it is. I'm otherwise a mellow person, but when women try and change me it makes me get hostile too. I usually end up saying to myself, I'll change to whatever
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