Praise - Soul SirkUS - World Play (CD, Album)

Please feel free to submit suggestions regarding editorial content or offers of contributions but take note, you won't get paid! What a turkey of a programme. Just how far was co-host Dave Navarro up himself? All credit to Gilby for being honest enough to have told one of the contestants that he "sucked" on the night before I'm getting a bit worried by this new Slayer album.

The more I play 'Christ Illusion' the less I like it; maybe I got a bit carried away in my enthusiasm for the return of God-like drummer Dave Lombardo? I dunno. The video's not much to write home about, but what a truly fabulous piece of music. Sunday 16th July Alice Cooper has been reminiscing about the night during the s that the late Syd Barrett effectively departed Pink Floyd. The original Cooper band were playing with the Floyd at the Cheetah Club in Los Angeles on the evening concerned, when during their opening number Barrett hit a guitar chord and seemed to receive some sort of shock.

Never played another note - just stood there and stared. And the band just played on. Saturday 15th July Sensational news from Italy where three of the country's biggest football clubs - Juventus, Lazio and Fiorentina - have been relegated from their top flight after being found guilty of match fixing.

Milan will have been relieved to avoid the enforced drop, but kick off the upcoming season with a points deficit of minus The Italian game is infamous for Album) riddled with corruption, but this must be one of the biggest shocks in sporting history. Just received a watermarked promo of Slayer's hotly-awaited new album, 'Christ Illusion' due August Their first to feature Dave no relation to Attilio - but just as God-like Lombardo on drums since the live set 'Decade Of Aggression', is well worth the wait.

After a lengthy silence following an onstage three-song get together at London's Union Chapel in the summer ofthe band's much-touted reunion is to proceed after all. Selected concerts will precede the album's release next year, accompanied by a full tour. Hopefully Steve, Roy and the gang will continue with a new singer - it's even been proposed by one wag over at melodicrock. That'd be hilarious. The two-hour show was largely pretty enjoyable, but could've been trimmed by at least 30 minutes.

I'm all for spontaneity onstage, but sometimes The Bros got stuck into a particular riff or chord sequence and chewed away at it over and over again for minutes at a time, a bit like an old scratched vinyl record.

The Floyd are said to have written the classic 'Shine On You Crazy Diamond' in honour of Barrett after his alleged LSD dependency and mental instability forced him to depart the band in Tributes don't get much better than that.

Rest in peace, Syd. Raised in a government-sponsored housing project, Zidane's Praise - Soul SirkUS - World Play (CD confirms that while you can take the boy out of the trailer park it's harder to remove the trailer park from the boy.

I've been reminded that my band of the moment, Wig Wam see yesterday's postare among the quality attractions at this year's Firefest. It's a bit of a sore point, actually. To my immense frustration, the past two Firefests both clashed with crucial Crystal Palace fixtures. Now it's bloody happened again. Peter Taylor's mighty Eagles have a glamour tie cough with Plymouth Argyle on October 26, but I'll be zipping up to Nottingham Rock City from Selhurst as soon as the final whistle blows to catch headliners Winger and as much of Gotthard as possible.

The rest of the bill includes Bonfire, Fair Warning, the aforementioned Wig Wam, Treat and Nexx, so the thought of being a latecomer is rather upsetting. Check out the festival's website. However, here's some splendid news. Let's face it, there was very little possibility of the Portugese cheat returning to the domestic game after those disgraceful World Cup antics of his. Somebody would've burned down his house, or worse. Good riddance to bad rubbish, you slimy little bottle-job.

A refreshing whirlwind of lipstick, stripy strides, bricklayer pouts and ulp! I'd not heard this disc for what seemed like aeons, but bunged it onto the turntable before speaking to ex-Quo drummer John Coghlan last week. And there's plenty more where that came from. Somebody should re-issue this long-forgotten gem on CD. Come the totting up stage it will surely rank among the definitive pop-rock-metal platters of Last night I caught the first of two sold-out Brixton Academy shows. I'd never seen this self-confessed "bunch of fucking assholes from Pontypridd" in concert before and won't pretend to have bonded too well with their first two releases, but Jeezus they were good.

I really liked the way that Lostprophets take established musical traditions and turn them on their heads. I like these guys Millions of British people will fall silent for two minutes at midday to mark the first anniversary. I will, of course, be joining them. Moving onwards Their last album, the patchy 'It's A Mystery', came out some 11 years ago so I'd just about given up hope of hearing anything new. I'll be waiting with baited breath, especially if there's a tour.

A few days ago I logged onto www. Majestic Rock will shortly exhume a collection of unheard material called 'Prodigal Songs', followed by the band's first new work in Praise - Soul SirkUS - World Play (CD years.

I fired off an email to Punky Mendoza to find out a few more details; apparently it's likely to be the original line-up as before "only older and more wrinkly Speaking of which, wonder if drummer Gary Moat will still play in those dreadful, grotty Y-fronts of his?

A statement from the band says: "Steve's been suffering with an acute throat condition since before we kicked off the tour with Def Leppard", something that anyone in the crowd at their show in North Carolina would surely verify. Perhaps knowing they'd be under intense scrutiny, there was no sign of any augmentation or should that be 'augeri-mentation'? A man with a huge voice of his own, drummer Deen Castronovo bravely grabbed hold of the situation, coming to the front of the stage to help out whilst a roadie sat in on his kit.

As a fan later wrote: "It was Album) clear [from the show's start] that something was wrong. Augeri showed up in Raleigh - his voice did not", though to be fair the same individual also pointed out: "I'll take this over a pre-recorded experience any day.

To be honest, I can't help but feel I've been hoodwinked. How on God's green earth could somebody deliver a superhuman performance the like of which I witnessed at Manchester Apollo on June 5, then be removed from a tour one month later?

Yes, gift cards are great. I try to do most from local record shops, but sometimes the deals on Amazon are too good to pass up. Some good deals here. I got Deep Purple Live in Newcastle just recently. Like Liked by 2 people. Great Scores Indeed! I think you should change your name to John Scott Soto! Great stuff as always dude. Special bonus points for Be Here Now by Oasis. Thats a great record as well.

Towels and Gitch with your initials! Course what was I thinking!! Look forward to your August scores. Like Like. I used to have them all years ago and I figured it was time to add them back, plus CDs are way cheaper than their vinyl. Man, I hear you on the CDs. They are so cheap now! And eBay is OK if you can find a deal. Actually, all vinyl has become crazy expensive now. NICE Oasis scores. That brings a smile to my face.

Things are not well in the Bon Jovi camp and I for one, am stunned that the band intend to carry on with their present tour dates, without Richie Sambora.

He's had publicized problems in the past with having to go into rehab and it seems he's back there again now. The poor guy has also been through some rough personal times too, that again were heavily publicized.

He's also had a big bust up with Jon Bon Jovi in the past before over his solo career and who's writing which songs, etc, where he said to some factions that he was indeed, leaving the band.

That seemed to have been put to rest and they both publicly appeared together for press conferences saying all was great It seems not so right Praise - Soul SirkUS - World Play (CD.

Bon Jovi's website made this statement, which is a little empty if you ask me:. In response to questions about Richie Sambora and Bon Jovi's upcoming performance schedule, the band released the following statement today:. He is, and will remain, a member of Bon Jovi. Although he will be absent from upcoming shows for the time being, we very much look forward to his healthy return.

In the meantime, we will keep our commitment to our fans and continue our tour. I for one, wish Richie well, his own solo albums to me have been excellent and he is clearly a unique part on Bon Jovi 'the band,' always has been and well, should continue to be, unless Bon Jovi simply becomes the 'Jon Bon Jovi band Steven Tyler new solo single and book on the way.

I wonder if they'll be a full album? I guess we'll have to wait and see on that one! Really folks, that's all I have for you right now, I told you before that generally it's quiet.

Enjoy your weekend and here's wishing William and Kate all the best on their special day! Whitesnakewho have only just recently released their latest hit album 'Forevermore' through Frontiers records, have another album and DVD in the works, for a June release.

Here's a trailer for the release, from those nice folks at Frontiers. Same story with the screen size on blogspot I'm afraid, but follow the direct link further down, to go straight to You Tube to watch it. Scott Gorham radio interview from April 26th, CJAM - In other Thin Lizzy related news. UK Classic Rock magazinehas revealed that Huey Lewis and the News mainman Huey Lewiswho worked with Phil Lynott back in his days in his pre-News band days, in the band Clover and beyond, have announced that they have uncovered an unreleased Phil Lynott track, that Lewis co-wrote alongside the former and original late Thin Lizzy frontman.

If there's one band in the Noisecreep universe that you shouldn't screw around with, it's Free Reign! Free Reign have just released the aptly titled 'Heavier Than Metal,' their debut album. Noisecreep has the world premiere of 'One Step Away,' the band's brand new video. Noisecreep also spoke with Marc Colombo about the song and the idea behind the clip.

Uriah Heep — Into the Wild album review. Released on: Frontiers Records. Release date: May 3rd, USA. Keep it coming guys! Nice work indeed. Russell Gilbrook Drums has really slotted in well to keep things on track alongside bassist Trevor Bolder. Solid stuff! The harmony vocals are so strong and the sheer strength of songs on show here is seriously class.

Praise - Soul SirkUS - World Play (CD big choral choir like harmony vocals in places too. Nice one Mick! Steady, mid-paced groove to this one.

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