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By silver_spinner

5 years ago



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#251 5 years ago
Quoted from 27dnast:

I'm sorry, Vid... to funny

Stupid voice to text.....

#252 5 years ago
Quoted from yancy:

Brutal. My first concert was the Hot in the Shade tour, so I'm sure I heard "Forever" live, but I must have blocked it out. Not surprised to learn it was co-written by Michael Bolton.

World Music Theater , Sat. July 2, 1990, 2nd night that place was open. Cher played there the night before to open the place.

Yes, you heard Forever.

Bruce Kulick, lead guitarist for KISS at that point, was in a band called Blackjack in the very early 80's. The lead vocalist for Blackjack was one Michael Bolton(known as Bolotin at that point).

Your KISStory moment for the day.

#253 5 years ago
Quoted from o-din:

Add this one to the where are they now files.
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I'll tell you where he is: He just made the best "KISS" record in 20 years.

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#254 5 years ago
Quoted from yancy:

Not that I know of, but it seems like exactly the kind of thing they would do. Stick it to Ace & Peter one more time.

Then why would they re-record Lick It Up, Forever, Heaven's on Fire, and I Love it Loud? Are they trying to stick it to Bruce and the estates of Eric Carr and Mark St. John?

#255 5 years ago

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#256 5 years ago
Quoted from ChrisS:

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Looks as though the song selection and play is going to be more AC/DC like, than MET like. That is a good thing.

#257 5 years ago
Quoted from ChrisS:

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Is it me or did the modes get shorter so the code wouldn't have to be as far behind?

#258 5 years ago

The 2009 recordings are actually pretty damn good. I believe they were on bonus disk included with Sonic Boom, correct?

Chuck Berry did this for his Golden Hits record 40 years ago, so it's nothing too new.

#259 5 years ago

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#260 5 years ago
Quoted from pinballlife:

The 2009 recordings are actually pretty damn good. I believe they were on bonus disk included with Sonic Boom, correct?
Chuck Berry did this for his Golden Hits record 40 years ago, so it's nothing too new.

When you get started in the music biz, all you want to do is get a record contract.

When you are in the music biz, all you want to do is get out of your record contract.

#261 5 years ago
Quoted from vid1900:

all you want to do is get out of your record contract.

Mick Jagger showed that is pretty easy to do.

LTG : )™

#262 5 years ago
Quoted from LTG:

Mick Jagger showed that is pretty easy to do.
LTG : )™

Prince did it by changing his name to a symbol.

#263 5 years ago
Quoted from Sparky:

Prince did it by changing his name to a symbol.

Jagger did it by writing some "interesting" songs and sat in the offices of London Records and began to sing them. And they changed their minds about wanting more albums from the Rolling Stones.

Some of the songs were produced. Andrew's Blues, C**K Sucker Blues, etc. etc.

LTG : )™

#264 5 years ago
Quoted from pinballlife:

The 2009 recordings are actually pretty damn good. I believe they were on bonus disk included with Sonic Boom, correct?
Chuck Berry did this for his Golden Hits record 40 years ago, so it's nothing too new.

Yes, correct. Overseas it was sold as a stand alone CD as well.

#265 5 years ago
Quoted from Code_Blue:

The whole "CV only became popular because of the home roms" is COMPLETE GARBAGE. CV wasn't popular on location because PINBALL wasn't popular on location at that time. The game is popular because of the unique ORIGINAL theme, great gameplay, great unique layout (I know I know, you lemmings want your fan), and huge wow factor. The home roms add nothing to the experience and actually detract from it in many ways, but this ADHD generation just can't stand still for two seconds without wanting to skip an animation.

I have to agree with this!

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