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    • Good idea to make this a thread,,,if it does move mine over    Vega Midnite City Defiants Wig Wam Cats In Space Liked the Dynazty,Bloody Heels & Brother Firetribe debuts quite a lot also & that Marcello/Vestry is a stormer but as the highlander once said "There Can Be Only...errrmm 5"       
    • I am...       Only joking,I cant speak for anyone else but its not something that grabs my attention,will give it a listen when its released but cant really see much from it if im honest.
    • W.E.T. Crazy Lixx the Magnificent First Signal Midnite City Defiants
    • Who Wants To Live Forever - Queen
    • Total shock...RIP Bob Kulick
    • Yeah, I'm not as hopelessly lazy as I let on. I did a quick search after commenting. I'm not sure why I missed this last year, but I'm guessing the name turned me off. 
    • Damn... Was he ill or was this unexpected?
    • Was just listening to Skull the other day.
    • http://metalsludge.tv/rip-bob-kulick-dead-at-70/ RIP … Bob Kulick dead at 70 8 hours ago • Posted under: News by Metal Sludge Tags: Blabbermouth, Bob Kulick, Bruce Kulick, KISS, Metal Sludge Facebook Twitter *As reported by Blabbermouth, Bob Kulick has passed away. Blabbermouth — Legendary guitarist and record producer Bob Kulick has died at the age of 70. His passing was confirmed by his brother, former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick. Earlier today, Bruce wrote on social media: “I am heartbroken to have to share the news of the passing of my brother Bob Kulick. His love of music, and his talent as a musician and producer should always be celebrated. I know he is at peace now, with my parents, playing his guitar as loud as possible. Please respect the Kulick Family’s privacy during this very sad time.” Throughout his 40-plus-year music career, Bob Kulick has worked with an astonishing array of artists: from Meat Loaf to MOTÖRHEAD; from KISS to Michael Bolton; W.A.S.P. to Diana Ross; as well as legends such as Roger Daltrey, Alice Cooper, Lou Reed and Paul Stanley‘s first solo LP and tour. Bob began his musical profession at 16 — when most high schoolers are still trying to figure out where they’re going in life — appearing on the 1966 album “Winchester Cathedral” from the RANDOM BLUES BAND, the “baby band” that Bob played in that played The Café Wha in New York’s Greenwich Village alongside Jimmy James and the BLUE FLAMES (later rechristened Jimi Hendrix). Read the full story at Blabbermouth
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