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    Default For the metal & rock freaks..

    Two words: Soul Sirkus
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    Jeff Scott Soto--vocals; been around for ages but best identifiable to most as the vocalist from the Rockstar movie music. He can WAIL.

    Neil Schon--if I have to tell you who he is you suck. No; really. Guitarist from Journey. On this cd he goes harder than that.

    If you wanna hark back to the good ol' days when somebody could sing and somebody could play; check it out. Im'a lovin' it. But; I am an 80's blond rocker chick; so I would. It is a bit complicated and not so commercialized; but think Dream Theater and a bit of Hagar and continue along that vein....
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    Default Re: For the metal & rock freaks

    OK, this isn't new, it was started as a separate thread, and since I own the CD and like it, I'm putting it back on it's own--it merits its own thread...

    So leave it, please.

    I was never too crazy about Journey, though I have played them for many a dancer. But like lildreamer says, Neil cuts loose on this one, it's a departure.

    Most of the tracks wouldn't be suitable for the club, unless they were carefully cued, perhaps, but an excellent CD for the home or car.

    "Highest Ground" is a great track that would work in the club quite well if cued properly.

    Since Music Mix has never been exclusively for music in the club, even if oriented towards it, I am glad to see this CD get the attention it deserves.
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    Default Re: For the metal & rock freaks

    Just because dj=pretentious prick(see asshole) Jeff Scott Soto was the voice of the original singer of Dragon but Mark Whalbergs voice was actualy done by MILJENKO MATIJEVIC from Steelheart.... link time.....http://www.steelheart.com/discography.html... Jeff Scott was probbly best known as the singer for Yngwie Malmsteen's Risisng Force among others.
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