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THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA - 'Satellite' (OFFICIAL TEASER)

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Great news,thats just (helped) make my day...just need a date & title now   :)

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sounds the usual magnificence. 

roll on masterpiece no 5. 

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Sounds like a lost track from "Sometimes the World Ain't Enough".  That's plenty good by me!

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really enjoyed the last album and i think it's the best one so far,

wonder if they can top it with this one

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Of course it fab ;)

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They were tragic in Sweden Rock Festival

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15 hours ago, kourosofsteel3 said:

They were tragic in Sweden Rock Festival

? meaning what. 

I saw them in London and they were superb. 

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Not familiar with this band. 

Checked-out an older track (This Time) on youtube and it has a very cool / early Alcatraz vibe.  Vocals definitely have a Graham Bonnet feel (that particular track, anyway).

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1 hour ago, gener8tr said:

Not familiar with this band. 

Checked-out an older track (This Time) on youtube and it has a very cool / early Alcatraz vibe.  Vocals definitely have a Graham Bonnet feel (that particular track, anyway).

they have 4 excellent albums.

Go for it!

Consists of members of Soilwork and Arch Enemy recording early 80s inspired AOR. 

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6 hours ago, gener8tr said:

Not familiar with this band. 

Checked-out an older track (This Time) on youtube and it has a very cool / early Alcatraz vibe.  Vocals definitely have a Graham Bonnet feel (that particular track, anyway).

He's also got a bit of a Brent Smith vibe. So much so, my friend, who is a big Shinedown fan, thought it was new Shinedown material. 

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Brilliant,thanx :drink:

 

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the excellence continues.

 

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Yep, like that one, too. 

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So generic. I just don't see/hear what you all see in these guys.

That's bland as fuck.

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New track just got released sounds just like them but the catch is that it’s an instrumental...the deception almost had me in tears. 

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