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TangoCharlie

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About TangoCharlie

  • Rank
    Roadie/Sound Crew
  • Birthday 01/08/1968

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    Male
  • Location
    Chelmsford, UK

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  • Favorite Band
    Crue
  • Favorite CD
    Invasion..Vinnie Vincent!
  1. Has nobody heard this album? Very raw glam/sleaze! Take a listen... https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/sleeping-in-omaha/id775195372?i=775195461
  2. Like this album. Although since they reformed after Hard Rain, they lost that 'instant' thing. None of their songs grab me on first listen but instead they slowly grow. This album is worth sticking with. Good production and sounds better with each listen!! Gotto laugh at Classic Rock's review… "Magnum have been at it so long now they are starting to resemble little bearded elves, as featured in Rodney Matthews superb covers"
  3. With Classic Rock Magazine calling Def Leppard's 'Slang' their 'grunge' album, it got me thinking about other bands they have down-tuned and jumped on the bandwagon. Albums I can remember Def Lep -'Slang' (really like it. More Zeppelin than grunge?) Warrant -Ultraphobic (some great tracks and a killer ballad on there) Kiss - 'Carnival of Souls' (never sure about this one!) White Lion -'Freak of Nature' (ok so not really WL but twisting their elements. Loved it!) Glenn Hughes -Addiction (contained some killer tunes. One of his best IMO) Should they have bothered? Can you add any? Opini
  4. I like this song. Reminds me of the old 80's days. Rough production but the song stands up. And it's fun!!!
  5. I quite like. I am amazed the ep has the same big production sound as most other TT releases. This is obviously without Pepsi. Have they kept a producer or engineer from the past? Their unique sound is still in there!
  6. I'm in love with the opening track! It's a good song with a top notch production! i haven't heard drums that loud since Creatures of the Night by Kiss!
  7. I think they should have used the same method as they did on the debut! So far the tracks I am hearing are not as instant and sound far too much JSS than W.E.T. I hope I am wrong!
  8. So, to summarise, you loved them when they sucked and hated them when they actually became a good band? Cool. Different, but cool. Thats your way of looking at it. What was wrong with Bad Sneakers and a Pina Colada? There are some good fast paced, memorable songs on there. Honestly mate, this album, 'Thank you' and 'No regrets' are the reasons why I was probably about 5 years behind everyone else in actually liking the s/t disc. Like you, I actually followed this band from the start when the "nu-breed" craze hit around 2000. I thought these guys were pretty decent compared
  9. So, to summarise, you loved them when they sucked and hated them when they actually became a good band? Cool. Different, but cool. Thats your way of looking at it. What was wrong with Bad Sneakers and a Pina Colada? There are some good fast paced, memorable songs on there.
  10. Two of my current fav bands will be there.. The Morning After and Vega. Also Tesla, Dante Fox, Ten and loads more!!!
  11. I loved loved loved their Bad Sneakers and a Pina Colada album but every album after that lost something for me.
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