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    Quote Originally Posted by dale w miller View Post
    That band is a tire fire at this point.
    Way Too Much Crap

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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    That band is a tire fire at this point.
    They had it going on with 4 of 5 from the Escape/Frontiers era, about as close as it’ll ever get and then to just turn it all into a glorified tribute band is sending the signal they are no different than say Ratt or Lynyrd Skynyrd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dale w miller View Post
    Two drummers.....ridiculous! Glad I got to see them in concert when Steve Smith was at the helm!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    That band is a tire fire at this point.
    LOL....well put and so true!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMdrums View Post
    Two drummers.....ridiculous! Glad I got to see them in concert when Steve Smith was at the helm!
    To top it off one of them is a spouse abuser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dale w miller View Post
    To top it off one of them is a spouse abuser.
    Oh but when he sings “Mother, Father”... just divine. Truly touched by an angel.
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    Reading IRON MAN the Tony Iommi autobiography now. It's a good read so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dudme View Post
    Reading IRON MAN the Tony Iommi autobiography now. It's a good read so far.
    One of the most British books I’ve ever read. Only one moreso is Halford’s book.
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    I don't usually post here but I thought Charlie Watts, sitting out the coming Stones tour qualifies as classic rock news. I'm not a fan of the Stones but I like the word I live in to have them touring with all the original members.

    https://www.stereogum.com/2156340/ch...-us-tour/news/

    I grew up listening to Motley Crue, Maiden, Ratt, Def Leppard, Twisted Sister, Quiet Riot, Van Halen, Dio, Sabbath etc.. and for whatever reason, the Classic Rock descriptor, feels odd to me when describing these guys. I tend to think of Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, The Who, Jethro Tull, Cream, Guess Who etc..as classic rock. When did the distinction begin to include the glam bands and early metal bands? I was born in 73 BTW.

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    I'm completely indifferent to The Stones at this point. I thought they were old when I saw them 30 years ago! Who's filling in? Steve Ferrone would be a great fit.

    I agree with youl Classic Rock is too broad a genre for all music recorded prior to 2000.

    So In my digital music collection, I break it down this way:

    Classic Rock: Floyd; Zeppelin, Beatles, The Who, Hendrix, Yes, etc. (late 60's - 70's)
    Pop Rock: Journey, Styx, Boston, REO, Foreigner, Genesis, Sammy Hagar etc. (80's AOR)
    Pre-Grunge Metal: All the bands you listed (80's Hard Rock/Hair Metal)

    Of course, all of this is subjective and somewhat loosely defined, but it keeps me from experiencing jarring shifts in musical style while shuffling within genres.

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