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lookin forward to this....hope its more karma than IV though :)

Loved both of those albums, so I'm good either way.

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Loved everything they've done and they rocked when I saw them in Osaka.

 

Reb Beach rocks. And Kip Winger's voice was as good as ever.

Can't wait to see them at M3.

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Same here, will be an instant buy, always love them right from the beginning, and also love IV which many hate

I use to hate it but have grown to "like" it. It's still their worst release by far but solid. Karma would have been a monster but the sound of the cd bothered me. The songs were def there though. Give me Pull any day of the week tho.

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Karma would have been a monster but the sound of the cd bothered me.

Eh? It was a monster and sounded absolutely fine to me.

Granted though, Pull is still my favourite, so we agree on that.

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Karma would have been a monster but the sound of the cd bothered me.

Eh? It was a monster and sounded absolutely fine to me.

Granted though, Pull is still my favourite, so we agree on that.

 

 

Karma was great but Pull is my favourite as well...

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Never been a "big" fan of the Kipster. But I do like some of their tunes. Guess I should check out Pull. I don't remember if I have ever heard it or not.

 

Here's my favourite from that album:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkz8NZe5WfY

 

And here's almost everyone else's favourite:

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Karma would have been a monster but the sound of the cd bothered me.

 

Eh? It was a monster and sounded absolutely fine to me.

Granted though, Pull is still my favourite, so we agree on that.

The production wasn't there. Does not crank well. It's almost too loud and distorts easy. I've heard worse, heard better.

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Never been a "big" fan of the Kipster. But I do like some of their tunes. Guess I should check out Pull. I don't remember if I have ever heard it or not.

 

Here's my favourite from that album:

 

 

And here's almost everyone else's favourite:

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Never been a "big" fan of the Kipster. But I do like some of their tunes. Guess I should check out Pull. I don't remember if I have ever heard it or not.

 

Here's my favourite from that album:

 

 

And here's almost everyone else's favourite:

Don't forget Hell to Pay!

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Never been a "big" fan of the Kipster. But I do like some of their tunes. Guess I should check out Pull. I don't remember if I have ever heard it or not.

 

Here's my favourite from that album:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkz8NZe5WfY

 

And here's almost everyone else's favourite:

 

Damn.... Junkyard Dog is badass. I did hear Blind Revolution Mad before and of course Down Incognito.

 

Thanks for posting those. I will have to check out Pull. I used to have that on cassette but I don't think I ever played it.

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If I had to put their albums in order, Pull would be number 1, but Karma is only a smidge behind it. Its a toss up for me with the first two, but I think I would maybe put the debut ahead of In the heart of the young, but on another day I might switch them. IV is defo last, but I still really like it.

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