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Lots of little subtle changes, but overall the whole album is perfectly reconstructed. The new tracks are freeking amazing as hoped/expected.

 

Andrew, you're killing me.

Which track did they cut? Or are you not at liberty to say?

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Lots of little subtle changes, but overall the whole album is perfectly reconstructed. The new tracks are freeking amazing as hoped/expected.

 

Andrew, you're killing me.

Which track did they cut? Or are you not at liberty to say?

 

 

they cut a track?? really........lets hope it wasnt from the first half.

 

Mandy maybe?? Cant see much point in re-recording that?

 

If they re-corded to reclaim recording rights, why leave a track off? That doesnt make sense.

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Samples from 'Mood Swing II':

 

Absolutely does not need to be re-recorded...

but HOLY SHIT THAT IS GOOD!!

Absolutely does..........as previously mentioned this is purely to re-gain the recording rights.

 

Also 3 new songs...........that's what Im excited about.

 

The new song sounds amazing to these ears.

 

[one thing that does piss me off though is that Harry is still not going to sing Sent Blvd.....he sounded amazing on his solo album but the production wasnt beefy enough - I was looking forward to finally having a definitive version of this track - Harry singing with a huge production but sadly that wont be the case :-(]

Have to disagree on SB as Darrin killed Harry on the original.

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Lots of little subtle changes, but overall the whole album is perfectly reconstructed. The new tracks are freeking amazing as hoped/expected.

 

Andrew, you're killing me.

Which track did they cut? Or are you not at liberty to say?

 

 

they cut a track?? really........lets hope it wasnt from the first half.

 

Mandy maybe?? Cant see much point in re-recording that?

 

If they re-corded to reclaim recording rights, why leave a track off? That doesnt make sense.

 

 

Maybe I'm wrong - hopefully I'm wrong - but I thought a few people here had said they were cutting a track.

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I love Mood Swings but the song I've never really liked is "Change Comes Around". I love the rest. Am I alone in this or what? :anon:

Yes. You are alone. But I'm glad you're still around.

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I honestly don't hear much difference, goes to show you how good the original Mood Swings really was. Like Nolan, I so wish they would re-record the self titled album, that one needs a massive production make over.

 

Not sure I'll buy this one, I do want the new songs, but I'm happy with my copy of the original 1993 Mood Swings.

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I love Mood Swings but the song I've never really liked is "Change Comes Around". I love the rest. Am I alone in this or what? :anon:

Yes. You are alone. But I'm glad you're still around.

 

I like the chorus but hate the guitar sound and Hess' vocals on the verses.

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I love Mood Swings but the song I've never really liked is "Change Comes Around". I love the rest. Am I alone in this or what? :anon:

 

Yes. You are alone. But I'm glad you're still around.

I like the chorus but hate the guitar sound and Hess' vocals on the verses.

I use to like you lol. Sorry bro, not just a great song but classic HS for sure!

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There was talk of cutting Just Like I Am, but it's there...along with the rest of the album.

 

You mean "Just Like I Planned." Thank God. I love that track! I know Geoffery, and some others would consider it a 'non-song,' but I think it perfectly showcases who Harem Scarem are: a band so talented they don't need instruments, and a band willing to take such risks. What other Melodic Rock band had an a cappella track on their sophomore effort?

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I wish the debut rocked a little harder or had a beefier production job. It's awesome and all, but a little weak. I love the sound production wise on Mood Swings.

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There was talk of cutting Just Like I Am, but it's there...along with the rest of the album.

 

You mean "Just Like I Planned." Thank God. I love that track! I know Geoffery, and some others would consider it a 'non-song,' but I think it perfectly showcases who Harem Scarem are: a band so talented they don't need instruments, and a band willing to take such risks. What other Melodic Rock band had an a cappella track on their sophomore effort?

 

 

will it be electric though?? Now that would be something different.

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My 50 song compilation of the best from "Weight Of The World" up to "Hope":

 

01. Days Are Numbered
02. Leading Me On
03. Waited
04. Starlight
05. Outside Your Window
06. Lies
07. Hope
08. Caught Up In Your World
09. Afterglow
10. Gone
11. End Of Time
12. Shooting Star
13. Can't Live With You
14. Next Time Around
15. Run And Hide
16. Voice Inside
17. Watch Your Back
18. Forgive & Forget
19. Don't Throw It Away
20. Killing Me
21. Dagger
22. Time Bomb
23. Higher
24. Hanging On
25. Lost
26. Don't Come Easy
27. Nothing Without You
28. 21
29. Weight Of The World
30. Torn Right Out
31. Human Nature
32. Dark Times
33. Reach
34. All You're Getting
35. This Ain't Over
36. Lucky Ones
37. Never Too Late
38. Going Under
39. All I Want
40. Rise And Fall
41. Beyond Repair
42. If You
43. Tomorrow May Be Gone
44. Give It To You
45. Reality
46. Understand You
47. Calm Before The Storm
48. Give Love Get Love
49. You Ruined Everything
50. Wishing

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My 50 song compilation of the best from "Weight Of The World" up to "Hope":

 

01. Days Are Numbered

02. Leading Me On

03. Waited

04. Starlight

05. Outside Your Window

06. Lies

07. Hope

08. Caught Up In Your World

09. Afterglow

10. Gone

11. End Of Time

12. Shooting Star

13. Can't Live With You

14. Next Time Around

15. Run And Hide

16. Voice Inside

17. Watch Your Back

18. Forgive & Forget

19. Don't Throw It Away

20. Killing Me

21. Dagger

22. Time Bomb

23. Higher

24. Hanging On

25. Lost

26. Don't Come Easy

27. Nothing Without You

28. 21

29. Weight Of The World

30. Torn Right Out

31. Human Nature

32. Dark Times

33. Reach

34. All You're Getting

35. This Ain't Over

36. Lucky Ones

37. Never Too Late

38. Going Under

39. All I Want

40. Rise And Fall

41. Beyond Repair

42. If You

43. Tomorrow May Be Gone

44. Give It To You

45. Reality

46. Understand You

47. Calm Before The Storm

48. Give Love Get Love

49. You Ruined Everything

50. Wishing

 

Is that your ranking, or just how you'd sequence them?

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My 50 song compilation of the best from "Weight Of The World" up to "Hope":

 

01. Days Are Numbered

02. Leading Me On

03. Waited

04. Starlight

05. Outside Your Window

06. Lies

07. Hope

08. Caught Up In Your World

09. Afterglow

10. Gone

11. End Of Time

12. Shooting Star

13. Can't Live With You

14. Next Time Around

15. Run And Hide

16. Voice Inside

17. Watch Your Back

18. Forgive & Forget

19. Don't Throw It Away

20. Killing Me

21. Dagger

22. Time Bomb

23. Higher

24. Hanging On

25. Lost

26. Don't Come Easy

27. Nothing Without You

28. 21

29. Weight Of The World

30. Torn Right Out

31. Human Nature

32. Dark Times

33. Reach

34. All You're Getting

35. This Ain't Over

36. Lucky Ones

37. Never Too Late

38. Going Under

39. All I Want

40. Rise And Fall

41. Beyond Repair

42. If You

43. Tomorrow May Be Gone

44. Give It To You

45. Reality

46. Understand You

47. Calm Before The Storm

48. Give Love Get Love

49. You Ruined Everything

50. Wishing

 

Is that your ranking, or just how you'd sequence them?

 

That's how I mixed them up. Hate hearing tracks from the same album back-to-back so I try to randomly arrange them.

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My 50 song compilation of the best from "Weight Of The World" up to "Hope":

 

01. Days Are Numbered

02. Leading Me On

03. Waited

04. Starlight

05. Outside Your Window

06. Lies

07. Hope

08. Caught Up In Your World

09. Afterglow

10. Gone

11. End Of Time

12. Shooting Star

13. Can't Live With You

14. Next Time Around

15. Run And Hide

16. Voice Inside

17. Watch Your Back

18. Forgive & Forget

19. Don't Throw It Away

20. Killing Me

21. Dagger

22. Time Bomb

23. Higher

24. Hanging On

25. Lost

26. Don't Come Easy

27. Nothing Without You

28. 21

29. Weight Of The World

30. Torn Right Out

31. Human Nature

32. Dark Times

33. Reach

34. All You're Getting

35. This Ain't Over

36. Lucky Ones

37. Never Too Late

38. Going Under

39. All I Want

40. Rise And Fall

41. Beyond Repair

42. If You

43. Tomorrow May Be Gone

44. Give It To You

45. Reality

46. Understand You

47. Calm Before The Storm

48. Give Love Get Love

49. You Ruined Everything

50. Wishing

 

Is that your ranking, or just how you'd sequence them?

That's how I mixed them up. Hate hearing tracks from the same album back-to-back so I try to randomly arrange them.

You know we have a mixtape thread somewhere here, if you're into that sort of thing. I'm about to post my latest one, myself.

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I love what I heard off the sampler on those 3 new tracks, just hope they really are as great when hearing the full songs. the recent HS track recoprd hasn't impressed me much honestly. I've also seen peeps who've already got thier promo copies of the re recorded mood swings hint that it does nt rock as much as the original, never the less, can't wait to hear it .

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It's re-recorded...it rocks exactly as much as the original. Otherwise, what would be the point?? !!! I think some people are talking out of their asses. Especially as the promo advance only officially got added to the Frontiers server last night.

 

The new tracks are KILLER. Love them.

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Yup just heard the promo via haulix and it sounds GREAT! The new Sammy Hagar on the other hand I thought was awful.

 

Sammy hasn't even done a decent solo album since Mars. Ugg...

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