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Old 02-15-2012, 09:45 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Roughly how many album reviews have you done?
Around 200 since I started my site in late 2010, but I haven't published or posted them all yet. Things are going to slow down a bit though, as I have a busy time coming up at work. The challenge is the balancing act of reviewing my back catalog and reviewing new releases (which I don't do enough of)... and keeping it fun, which is the only reason I do it.
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Old 02-15-2012, 11:11 PM   #12 (permalink)
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This is probably my favorite Yes album. Good review man
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Old 02-16-2012, 09:05 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Around 200 since I started my site in late 2010, but I haven't published or posted them all yet. Things are going to slow down a bit though, as I have a busy time coming up at work. The challenge is the balancing act of reviewing my back catalog and reviewing new releases (which I don't do enough of)... and keeping it fun, which is the only reason I do it.
Had a look at your web page and its a good looking site, I was even more intrigued by the diversity of your reviews!!! The last thing I expected to see was a band like Symphony X.

Also you need to put some of your Pearl Jam reviews up here (unless you have and I've missed them) this is a band that loads on here like to trash, whilst I think they're one of the best rock bands ever and will defend them till the last

...and man you've not any power metal albums on your site!
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^^yeah, that's another one of your faves that I forgot to list that I dislike on that other thread
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^^yeah, that's another one of your faves that I forgot to list that I dislike on that other thread
See!!! The perfect example of an MB member that dislikes Pearl Jam.
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they were responsible for spawning Creed, nuff said
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they were responsible for spawning Creed, nuff said
The Beatles were responsible for spawning Oasis, nuff said.
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Had a look at your web page and its a good looking site, I was even more intrigued by the diversity of your reviews!!! The last thing I expected to see was a band like Symphony X.

Also you need to put some of your Pearl Jam reviews up here (unless you have and I've missed them) this is a band that loads on here like to trash, whilst I think they're one of the best rock bands ever and will defend them till the last

...and man you've not any power metal albums on your site!
I'll post my Pearl Jam Ten review.

You're right, Power Metal needs some representation. I'm a huge Fates Warning fan, and I've been procrastinating on writing "Awaken the Guardian" for some time (it's one of my favorite metal albums, but I guess it's kind of power-prog metal, and not pure power-metal), but I'll work on that. I'll also work on a Rhapsody of Fire review... see what kind of reaction that gets... they are my ultimate guilty pleasure.
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I'll post my Pearl Jam Ten review.

You're right, Power Metal needs some representation. I'm a huge Fates Warning fan, and I've been procrastinating on writing "Awaken the Guardian" for some time (it's one of my favorite metal albums, but I guess it's kind of power-prog metal, and not pure power-metal), but I'll work on that. I'll also work on a Rhapsody of Fire review... see what kind of reaction that gets... they are my ultimate guilty pleasure.
I'd classify Fates Warning as more prog metal, but yeah the John Arch era did have some heavy power metal input as well.
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