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BREAKING NEWS: TNT will release their new album, "XIII" on June 8, 2018! More details and first single COMING SOON!

XIII tracklisting:

1. WE’RE GONNA MAKE IT
2. NOT FEELING ANYTHING
3. FAIR WARNING
4. IT’S ELECTRIC
5. WHERE YOU BELONG
6. CAN’T BREATHE ANYMORE
7. GET READY FOR SOME HARD ROCK
8. PEOPLE, COME TOGETHER
9. TEARS IN MY EYES
10. 17th OF MAY
11. CATCH A WAVE
12. SUNSHINE

 

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This.Is.Going.To.Suck.

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57 minutes ago, AlphaMale said:

This.Is.Going.To.Suck.

Likely. 

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Excuse me for being stupid, but who's the lead singer of this trainwreck now? It's not Mills anymore, is it? Obviously it isn't Harnell. I honestly forget who's fronting this ocean floor (It's well beyond a sinking ship - that was many albums ago). 

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16 minutes ago, Geoff said:

Excuse me for being stupid, but who's the lead singer of this trainwreck now? It's not Mills anymore, is it? Obviously it isn't Harnell. I honestly forget who's fronting this ocean floor (It's well beyond a sinking ship - that was many albums ago). 

 

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lol, what? I don't think Bart Simpson, or whatever that name might be, will be a worse fit than Mills... but jeezus wept, this is going to be fucking awful... innit? 

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Without Harnell, I have absolutely ZERO interest in even hearing this.

Fuck TNT and the revolving singers.

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With Harnell I had zero interest ;)

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On 3/30/2018 at 3:48 AM, Glen said:

With Harnell I had zero interest ;)

I was mildly interested. My Religion gave me hope they could be a killer band again. All The Way To The Sun was a step down and bye bye Harnell. We all know the Mills albums were putrid. I don't even care anymore. With Harnell in and out twice a year, I'm just sick of their bullshit.

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17 minutes ago, AlphaMale said:

I was mildly interested. My Religion gave me hope they could be a killer band again. All The Way To The Sun was a step down and bye bye Harnell. We all know the Mills albums were putrid. I don't even care anymore. With Harnell in and out twice a year, I'm just sick of their bullshit.

never been a fan. personally I can't stand his voice. 

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This would have been a must buy for me had Harnell remained involved.  I'll still give it a listen out of curiousity.  It is a shame great bands like TNT, Dokken, Ratt and others have allowed greed and petty squables get in the way over the years.  

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I'll probably at least give it a sympathy listen, but this is just one of those bands that really can't be TNT without Harnell. And to be 100% honest, as horrible as LeTekro is as a solo artist, it cuts both ways. Which is why Harnell doesn't name his other projects TNT... because him without LeTekro is not TNT, just exactly the same as LeTekro without Harnell is not TNT. It just sounds like his other despicable solo rubbish. 

When two artists are so evenly responsible for a band's sound - basically a 50/50 split... when one of them goes, I think it's just bad form to try and carry on that band name. It'd go for Harem Scarem too. If Hess or Lesperence left, the sound is gone. It's the combination sometimes that makes a band's sound, and TNT is 100% through and through one of those bands. 

In other words, let it go, Ronnie, and just call it a solo album. :(

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I was not into the Mills albums, as awesome as he is. I have lost interest in TNT overall at this point. I have plenty of great TNT albums already...

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First song released.

 

 

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Surely there is a better song they could have chosen as first track to promote the new album.  Cheesy lyrics and Ronni's guitar sounds buried in the mix during the verses.  Terrible!

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Well I'll be honest and unexpected. Yes, the song is utterly dreadful - are they actually serious? BUT. And there is a but. I actually think it sounds far more like TNT than anything they did with Mills. LeTekro's guitar sound is very TNT. It sounds like something they'd have recorded as a demo for their debut album, but I don't mind the actual style. It's just a dreadful song, lol. 

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and the singer sounds better than Harnell 

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The comments on Youtube are so negative that they have been disabled. It's a horrible song no doubt about it.

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Wow..... that is dreadful. I knew it would suck just by the title. And boy does it suck.

Cheesy ass lyrics. Singer isn't bad actually. But just a bad bad song.

And this is the first track released? No wonder Harnell bailed.

 

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3 hours ago, Glen said:

and the singer sounds better than Harnell 

That's a stretch.

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1 hour ago, AlphaMale said:

That's a stretch.

Harnell has always sounded screechy to me 

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