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MessageSujet: Actualité musicale!!   Mar 7 Jan - 17:09

Plusieurs habitués de ce forum vont etre heureux du top 10 de 2013 du site Nostalgie....Nostalgie....

1. Queensryche- Frequency unknown *
2, Black Sabbath-13 *
3. Deep Purple- Now what
4. Tom Keifer- The way life goes
5. Stryper- No more hell to pay
6. Michael Schenker - Bridge the gap
7. Boston - Life love and hope *
8. Reckless love - Spirit *
9- Paul Mc Cartney - New *
10- Krokus - Dirty dynamite

* je possede ses 5 fabuleux albums

J'aimerais savoir si vous possédez un ou plusieurs de ces albums!!!
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MessageSujet: Re: Actualité musicale!!   Mar 7 Jan - 21:51

Je possède Queensryshe- Black Sabbth -Deep Purple - Krokus

Donc 4  Very Happy 

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MessageSujet: Re: Actualité musicale!!   Ven 10 Jan - 16:36

Queensryche vs Queensryche!!!!

Sur l'album il y a un autocollant: La vengeance de Geoff Tate... Une panoplie incroyable de musiciens sont sur l album avec des reprises dont la piece Empire C'est Frequency Unknow!!!

Il ya en meme temps un autre album paru en 2013 avec le nouveau chanteur... Je me suis apercu de ca hier par hasardchez le disquaire

Qui est le meilleur Est ce que GTate a le droit de faire ca

J'aimerais vous lire la dessus Lequel est le meilleur ...
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MessageSujet: Re: Actualité musicale!!   Ven 10 Jan - 17:03

I'll be honest, Queensryche may have been considered a joke for the longest time now due to declining album quality, but I've found something to enjoy from all their albums except Dedicated to Chaos. Sure, Promised Land may have been the last prog album they did while adopting more of a hard rock/alternative sound, but I still found positive qualities in even the most controversial albums such as Q2K, Mindcrime II, and American Soldier. But the last really good album Queensryche with Geoff Tate recorded was 2004's Tribe while, still holding a hard rock sound, retained some of the lyrical and musically quality of Queensryche of old. But with the internal combustion that occurred last year with Tate's firing, there are now two Queensryches due to a pending legal battle. Rockenfield, Wilton, Jackson, and Lundgren are now fronted by Todd La Torre and Geoff Tate has the Sarzo brothers, Randy Gane, Simon Wright, and long-time commrade Kelly Gray. With only a few weeks and a last-minute mix due to fan complaints, Geoff beat his old bandmates to the punch with a new album. And it's surprisingly pretty good.

For years fans have blamed Tate for the direction the band has gone, with a move away from heavy metal towards a hard rock/alternative and occasionally AOR sound. And they have a point. Tate has never been a true metal fan and his first two solo albums are clear proof of that. But perhaps with Frequency Unknown he wanted to please and win back the support from hardcore fans. For starters, the guitars are very crunchy and chugging. In fact, Frequency Unknown features over 10 different guitarists which includes guest solos from the likes of K.K. Downing, formerly of Judas Priest, and Dave Meniketti of Y&T. The craziest thing about this is that the official lineup with Tate have very limited appearances on the entire album, suggesting that is album was literally rushed right out the door. And while the instrumentation isn't mind-blowing or revolutionary, the sound is still very heavy and solid. And while Geoff's voice has never been the same since Operation Mindcrime and has continued to age over the past decade, he still proves he can get the job done with a very consistent performance.

The album starts of with the single Cold, a mid-paced heavy rocker that carries a hint of melodic with an infectious chorus and light piano in the background. Dare follows in the same vein and ultimately gives the album a good start. Give It to You alternates acoustic guitar with electric in the verse and chorus creating a pretty cool dynamic and hearkens back to the more positive aspects of Kings & Thieves. Slave is the first song that is somewhat lacking, as it has an extremely heavy and strong feel but has somewhat silly and simplistic lyrics. Running Backwards is another particularly heavy song and while not as strong as others lyrically as well, is still catchier than Slave. Songs such as Hands of God and Fallen actually bring back some prog metal back in the mix with epic and heavy melodies with emotional lyrics. Tate tries to recreate the past further with the ballads Life Without You, which reminds one of The Killing Words from Rage for Order, and Everything sounds like it could have come from Empire (and dare I say, has elements of I Don't Believe in Love? Gasp!) The last official track is The Weight of the World, another prog metal-like song. Starting soft and melancholic with acoustic guitars, it picks up in heaviness while keeping the slow and sad melody, closing out with an unsettling (in a good way) guitar solo from Chris Poland. The four bonus tracks on the album are all re-recorded 'Ryche singles I Don't Believe in Love, Empire, Jet City Woman, and Silent Lucidity. This another lacking point of the album, as songs like I Don't Believe in Love are clearly missing the magic and "It" factor that the rest of the band brought. But Silent Lucidity and Jet City Woman are somewhat more faithful renderings of the original. Still, a bit of a gamble for Tate to try to pull off.

Despite the last-minute remix and revolving door of guest musicians, this is a pretty solid album. There are some fans who are never going to get past the fact that this is a "Queensryche" album but that might be the problem. If anything, consider this another Geoff Tate solo album that's actually heavy. In fact, this basically Geoff Tate's equivalent to Axl Rose and Chinese Democracy. Hardcore fans can't get past the fact that it still carries the band name with only the original lead singer and a revolving door of musicians. And while it took Axl 15 years, it only took Geoff a few weeks.

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MessageSujet: Re: Actualité musicale!!   Ven 21 Mar - 15:35

Rush soulignera le 40e anniversaire de la sortie de son premier album avec le lancement du coffret vinyle Re-DISCovered. Cette édition spéciale comprendra le premier opus de la formation en version vinyle, remastérisé avec soin aux studios Abbey Road par Sean McGee, le maître d’œuvre de tous les vinyles remastérisé des Beatles.

Re-DISCovered, présenté dans une belle pochette de 12 po par 12 po, a été gravé selon la technique offrant la plus haute qualité à ce jour. Le coffret comprendra également une reproduction de l’affiche originale canadienne datant de 1974 (seulement 500 exemplaires avaient été imprimés à l’époque), ainsi que des photos individuelles de Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson et le batteur d’origine, John Rutsey. On y retrouvera aussi en exclusivité l’arbre généalogique de Rush, retraçant les origines de la formation jusqu’en 1965; un collage souvenir des annonces, des critiques et des photos des premiers concerts donnés au Canada et aux États-Unis; ainsi que la toute première biographique du groupe.

Il est possible de précommander le coffret sur Amazon dès maintenant.

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