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Sorry. I misread.

I for one would like to hear more of Jack Blades singing !

Cool. I think I was lukewarm on the last album, despite a few crackers (I think?) but it's definitely a band to keep interested in. 

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On ‎9‎/‎27‎/‎2019 at 1:50 PM, melodicrock said:

Jan 24

Nice,this and the new H.E.A.T cd a few days apart  :) hope Santa leaves me some spending money :P

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Nice!

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Decent. But I want more like "Turn Back Time," "Locked Out of Paradise," and "Strangers to This Life."

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9 hours ago, KarpetRydOFunk said:

Decent. But I want more like "Turn Back Time," "Locked Out of Paradise," and "Strangers to This Life."

Tough crowd. It's probably not quite 'Turn back time' but I prefer it to the other two you mention there. It's a pretty awesome tune. 

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fantastic tune imo.

Doug's on fire....hopefully this will just be a continuation from the last album which was excellent and full of quality rockers after the ballad heavy debut

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Always takes me to adjust back to this style of music.
I would describe it as power pop rock.
Song isn't bad, but will be better when surrounded by an album of music in the same vein.

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1 hour ago, CureTheSane said:

Always takes me to adjust back to this style of music.
I would describe it as power pop rock.
Song isn't bad, but will be better when surrounded by an album of music in the same vein.

I would describe it as Journey with balls. 

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50 minutes ago, Glen said:

I would describe it as Journey with balls. 

Perhaps I need to hear it on something that isn't my phone, because what I heard was ball-less. 

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1 hour ago, KarpetRydOFunk said:

 

Perhaps I need to hear it on something that isn't my phone, because what I heard I was ball-less. 

 

Sorry. I misread.

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2 hours ago, gener8tr said:

Awesome new song.  Very "Raised On Radio" type of tune.

Yep. Definitely hear Journey in there.

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5 hours ago, Stefan said:

 

Sorry. I misread.

:whistle:

Would've been funny if it made sense.

It's ok, comedy's not for everyone. ;}

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6 hours ago, KarpetRydOFunk said:

 

Perhaps I need to hear it on something that isn't my phone, because what I heard was ball-less. 

that solo kicks arse imo 

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13 minutes ago, Glen said:

that solo kicks arse imo 

Yeah, I'm def gonna have to listen to it through a proper sound system. 

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1 hour ago, KarpetRydOFunk said:

Yeah, I'm def gonna have to listen to it through a proper sound system. 

Make sure Stefan finds your balls first..... :whistle:

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