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Johnny Lima "Livin' Out Loud"


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Ok, havent heard the album or bought it, but had to listen to the song Wildflower to see what the arguments are about.

Quite frankly I cannot hear Poison or Slaughter in the song at all (although as Geoff said, I can hear how the delivery of the Wildflower line sounds similar to Nothing but a good time).

If anything, I'd say the song sits somewhere between Bon Jovi and Leppard rather than Poison or Slaughter.

 

Thank You. :drink:

I hear no Poison or Slaughter on that tune either.

Plus it cracks me up how the thought a song sounding anything remotely close to Poison brings out the Poison haters.

 

 

I'm always here mate :D

 

Can you change the word 'Hater' to 'Despiser' please.

 

I know how you feel about Poison. :lol:

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Ok, havent heard the album or bought it, but had to listen to the song Wildflower to see what the arguments are about.

Quite frankly I cannot hear Poison or Slaughter in the song at all (although as Geoff said, I can hear how the delivery of the Wildflower line sounds similar to Nothing but a good time).

If anything, I'd say the song sits somewhere between Bon Jovi and Leppard rather than Poison or Slaughter.

 

Thank You. :drink:

I hear no Poison or Slaughter on that tune either.

Plus it cracks me up how the thought a song sounding anything remotely close to Poison brings out the Poison haters.

 

 

I'm always here mate :D

 

Can you change the word 'Hater' to 'Despiser' please.

 

I know how you feel about Poison. :lol:

 

Yeah but dont label me as a Poison hater thanks.

 

And that song does sound like Poison.....so there :nyanya:

 

This thread has become stupid anyway....we should stop discussing the WORST song on the album and discuss the best ones.

 

How awesome is 'Hate To Love You'....if you want Jovi - that's it. I tell you what though BJ would kill to write a song that good for his new album. Truth.

 

Also killer is 'Caught In The Middle' - definitely in my top 10 songs of 2009. Pisses on almost any other song this IMO. :banger:

 

I also love 'Livin Out Loud' and the best thing about this album is that it ends really well....all the last 3 songs are really good.

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  • 7 years later...

He would just look like Jorn in his videos, and they would make you not want to watch them.

HE seems pretty "Lima-centric" and the videos would be of his face I'd suggest.

That said, I love his stuff.

And I love Wildflower

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  • 6 years later...

any news on Johnny Lima?
Been a long time between albums.
Did a quick search and he did an acoustic album years ago, but nothing since.
A shame, I love his stuff, always solid and easy to listen to.

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