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30 jul 2010, 13:07 av djtifaheartaccess
Higher Than Dark Sky
Share The Love
She's On Fire
Trespassing (Deluxe Edition)
For Your Entertainment
Glam Nation Live
A Road To Depression
Wasting Life EP
Axel Rudi Pell
Into The Storm
Circle Of The Oath
Best Of : Anniversary Edition
Tales of The Crown
Kings and Queens
The Wizard's Chosen Few
Oceans of Time
Black Moon Pyramid
Made In Germany
Between The Walls
Kingdom Of The Night
Matters Of Survival
The Big Thrill
Access All Areas (Live)
Doom Of Destiny
Utopia (Limited Edition)
The Black Mages
Darkness and Starlight
Have A Nice Day
Brooks & Dunn
28 jun 2010, 05:38 av yurimurakamiYou know..
I love Metallica and seeing The Unforgiven live was awesome (I even love St. Anger)...
Iced Earth was fucking epic, Matt Barlow sings as a devil that I couldn't believe in what I saw...
I really think Simone Simmons is awesome and seeing Epica playing The Imperial March was fucking great...
Dave Mustaine is the father of thrash metal (and soul of Megadeth)and fuck all of you who disagrees, and the guy put a bullet belt, took the shirt off in this 48 and played Holy Wars like no one of you will play.. ever...
Eric Martin, the voice of Mr. Big and Jeff Scott Soto made a great show that made everyone jump and dance and sing...
Dark Tranquility is awesome live.. and to see one of the fathers of sweeden's death metal is an unique experience...
Anneke Van Giersberger is hours-concours in any list I'll ever make..
Theatre of Tragedy was THE BEST FUCKING CONCERT of 2010 =D
24 okt 2009, 01:12 av vanrosesE Jeff Scott Soto não nos desapontou mais uma vez. W.E.T., seu projeto mais recente que contou com os guitarristas Robert Sall (Work of Art) e Erik Martensson (Eclipse), além do baixista Marcel Jacob da banda Talisman (R.I.P.), traz um disco de primeira linha com muitas melodias, teclados e produção excelentes. O álbum começa com a incrível Invincible que já vai te deixar de queixo caído. E quando você continua escutando o disco, parece que as músicas seguintes vão ficando melhores ainda. A segunda canção é o primeiro single da banda: One Love. Em sequência, chega Brothers In Arms, que é simplesmente fenomenal, com uma levada agradável e um refrão melódico e grudento. Comes Down Like Rain é a quarta música e a primeira balada: que música linda! Como Soto está cantando absurdamente bem. Esta música também aparece em uma versão acústica. Chega então um dos pontos mais altos do CD: Running From The Heartache. Isso é o que podemos chamar de perfeição em uma música de rock melódico. Que trabalho sensacional dos músicos. …
6 apr 2009, 20:00 av Amon_ReSun 5 Apr – Jeff Scott Soto, Mike Stone
Yesterday i went to see Jeff Scott Soto in the Biebob for their 'Live in concert 2009' tour, and i had a great time!
The evening started with the band Mike Stone, who were support, i never heard of these guys before, but they were a good live band, loved their Kiss cover (Deuce) & Neil Young cover (Rockin' in the Free World).
Jeff proved yet again he has a great voice, and his show was energetic, he played quite afew songs of the new album Beautifull Mess, and it sounded great live, but what i enjoyed most was the medly he played near the end, with bits of songs from Queen, Adamski and Wild Cherry amongst others, not to mention his cover of Bon Jovi's song You Give Love a Bad Name.
Pictures are here:
1 dec 2008, 03:14 av sablespecterYngwie J. Malmsteen / Soldier Without Faith / Marching out (9) / Sep 1985
sablespecter's Album of the Year for 1985 (RDF: 91%)
Yngwie rocked our world with that debut, but not enough actual, uh, songs to go with that amazing virtuoso, almost baroque, playing. This sophomore effort gave Jeff Scott Soto more to do than just a couple of incidental vocals, and the good results placed this album as my favorite Yngwie work. Today's selection is my favorite from the album: plenty of vocals but also a lot of good Yngwie showcase work.
The results of this year are actually a bit surprising, because this year turned out to be so paltry. Really, when you look at the list below, there's just not a lot here. It's not as I remember it, being in the midst of the classic metal era. That's probably because the year was easily filled with all the great albums of the past few preceding years, and some of my favorites at the time were busy touring and didn't release studio albums, while others were taking time off an releasing live albums. …
20 jul 2008, 08:05 av Alatarielshttp://anthony.liekens.net/pub/scripts/last.fm/eclectic.php
Take your top 20 artists.
For each of these artists, collect the top 5 similar artists.
The resulting number of unique artists is your eclectic score.
If the score is small (extreme = 5) your musical preferences are very limited, and if it is large (larger than 80, extreme = 100), then you have an eclectic musical preference.
You can compute your own score at
My eclectic score is currently
The 77 related artists for my profile are
Andre Matos - ?
Anthrax - I do own several cds, but they're in another place (marked N below)
Austria 3 - ?
Avantasia (3) - one of my favorites already!
Ben Del Maestro - oh yessss ... very nice
Blind Guardian (2) - favorite already even if my own cds are N
Bonfire - ?
Clannad - very nice!
Dark Moor - among the favorites
Demons & Wizards - not that much of favorite but quite listenable sometimes and some songs are tremendous
11 jul 2008, 18:09 av Joruus