Jump to content

ATTENTION MELODIC ROCK FANS w/ FACEBOOK ACCOUNTS


Shawn Of Fire
 Share

Recommended Posts

ATTENTION MELODIC ROCK FANS w/ FACEBOOK ACCOUNTS:

Shawn Pelata from LINE OF FIRE here! First off, I want to say THANK YOU to everyone who has supported my band LINE OF FIRE as well as other projects I have been involved in over the years!

Secondly, THANK YOU for not only supporting my band, but also Melodic Rock in general with your time, love and purchases!

This brings me to my point: WE NEED YOU! These days more than ever, it goes without saying that bands like mine would NOT be here without you!

I feel like I am speaking for not only LINE OF FIRE, but for bands like FARCRY, BONRUD, TANGO DOWN, BOMBAY BLACK, TALON, ADRIANGALE, COLDSPELL, NEWMAN, CROSSING RUBICON, and any other band who isn't already Journey and enjoying a decades-long foothold in the scene. WE NEED YOU! YOU are our lifeline! YOU are our network! We cannot thank YOU enough for the opportunity you have given us...the opportunity to he heard!

With that, I wanted to humbly ask for your continued support. It all comes down to this: WORD OF MOUTH! WORD OF MOUTH is everything! With FB limiting who sees our posts & updates from our Band Pages, YOUR WORD OF MOUTH is even more important!

So, when you see us post something, after you click the "LIKE" button, click that "SHARE" button! SHARE our songs! SHARE our band pages! SHARE our videos! SHARE our reviews! SHARE the love you show us with everyone you know!

By doing this, you help to ensure our future musical endeavors! When you click the "SHARE" button and re-post our links, you're extending our reach! You're letting all your Friends out there on FB know that YOU support what we do! Who knows? Maybe you'll turn them on to some cool music they haven't heard yet? Maybe one of your Friends will re-SHARE again?

Again, I cannot say THANK YOU enough to convey how much I appreciate all of you! You guys are the best!

I hope you all are well and happy!

ROCK!!

Shawn Pelata / LINE OF FIRE

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...
 Share

  • Posts

    • New song 'Fans Of The Dark'.    
    • Shadows of Yesterday - Vinnie Moore
    • Sorry, that wasn't really what I meant. What I was really going for is that the songs on other albums seem to me to have more of a similar feel to them, like you can tell the songs for Freedom Rock were pretty much all written at the same time. I'm not saying that the songs on Force Majeure don't sound like H.E.A.T (even though I maintain it's not as good, based on the first few spins, as their previous efforts), but that they sound, to me, more "scatterbrained" than the selections from other records. That's not an easy thing to explain, but "direction" was the best word I could think of.    Again, I probably could explained my point better. I wasn't advocating for more guitars so much, but for more variety in the guitars we get. One of the best things for me about the first two H.E.A.T albums (less so for Address the Nation, but still there) was the subtle trade-offs between Dalone and Rivers and the solos that switched between them (good examples of this include the guitar work on "Late Night Lady," "Danger Road" and "Tonight," off the top of my head). Simply because Dalone and Rivers played different set ups and had some variance in tone, you could tell the difference between their playing (though admittedly there were times where Eric Rivers was completely underutilized and overshadowed). Because of the the combination of this record's production and the guitars being all Dave, you don't have as much of that, and that's what I was trying to convey.
    • Agree it reminds of earlier material, but I'm much less of a "Hang Tough" guy and much more of a "What A Shame" kind of guy.
    • Skid Row Nelson Steel Panther Harem Scarem WASP Van Hagar Saliva Joey Tempest Michael Sweet White Lion Mr. Big ... are the easy ones for me. Possibly Warrant as well come to think of it. Some other popular ones listed taht I don't agree with would be Slaughter - 2nd album pipped it GNR - always preferred either UYI albums Tuff - really only had 1 1/2 albums so don't count    
    • and the lyrics tick tock time to rock don't make you cringe?? if it was 1986 and I was 16 it might have been just passable but now, no. 
    • Another release that seems to have been completely overlooked here on HH... check out those vids for "Give It Up" and "Love Will Not Let You Down". I swear both tunes sound like something you'd hear from AdrianGale!  Compassion | Akiba Music (bandcamp.com)  
    • I might stone thrown at me, but hear some Scorpions.
    • "One Voice", which is a demo, is the only one I hear the tape "hiss" on...
    • Is that cassette tape hiss I hear at the start of the song? Is the whole album like that or only the demo tracks?
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.