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Old 11-20-2011, 05:05 AM   #31 (permalink)
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As a newbie on the forum i should probably share something about my music taste first

my top 5 are some calssics :

- Bed of roses - Bon Jovi
- Nothing else matters - Metallica
- Angie - Rolling Stones
- Tears in Heaven - Clapton
- Dust in the wind - Kansas
i LOVE all of those as well
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Old 11-20-2011, 12:12 PM   #32 (permalink)
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i LOVE all of those as well
You seem to like a lot of things! I never had you pegged as a Bon Jovi sort of man, though.
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Old 11-20-2011, 12:38 PM   #33 (permalink)
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The Scorpions were always one of the best at rock ballads, Journey gets a lot of mention. Heart is a band that comes to mind, there are so many good bands to mention, especially from the 80s.

My personal favorite rock ballad has always been 'Our Love' by Krokus.

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Old 11-20-2011, 01:29 PM   #34 (permalink)
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Journey gets a lot of mention.
That is true. Personally, I think a lot of their stuff is a bit cliched and slightly overrated. It's weird how scary they used to be as Santana and how different they became after becoming Journey.
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That is true. Personally, I think a lot of their stuff is a bit cliched and slightly overrated. It's weird how scary they used to be as Santana and how different they became after becoming Journey.
Them being a former part of Santana (Carlos), is the influence of Neal Schon style comes from (basically) on guitar. (Schon is a star in his own right).

Have you heard their current drummer since 1998 Deen Castronovo on vocals! One of the most impressive performances Ive seen by a drummer. Within the standards of Phil Collins or Don Henley anyway.

Queens drummer has an outstanding video singing on vocals as well.
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Old 11-20-2011, 01:56 PM   #36 (permalink)
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Queens drummer has an outstanding video singing on vocals as well.
Absolutely. Have you noticed that all of them have really good voices?
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Absolutely. Have you noticed that all of them have really good voices?
Well..they are professionals, they do it for a living.

They want to be somebody. Instead of working for a living.

I personally expect nothing less from them.
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Well..they are professionals, they do it for a living.

They want to be somebody. Instead of working for a living.

I personally expect nothing less from them.
But Nickleback do their music for a living, and no one will be giving Chad Croeger any "Best Voice" awards!
I expect a lot less from them than from Queen! (Have you HEARD their new album, by the way? I couldn't believe my ears!)
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But Nickleback do their music for a living, and no one will be giving Chad Croeger any "Best Voice" awards!
I expect a lot less from them than from Queen! (Have you HEARD their new album, by the way? I couldn't believe my ears!)
No, haven't heard it yet.

I guess one could see it better from the prospect of getting the job as the drummer for a band like Journey.
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No, haven't heard it yet.
It's bloody hilarious. Chad seems to sound more and more like that guy from Reef every year. His voice is so strained that I worry for the safety of his vocal chords.
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