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Podcast #123: Missed

Seriously, this guy is one bad motherfucker on keys and guitar. And he knows how to wear a "show me your tits" hat like no other.Do you ever think you have missed the boat with a classic artist?  There are several classic artists that have had successful careers and are staples in the hard rock/heavy metal genre, but do you own any of their albums?  Join Genghis and Ragman as they discuss some of the artists that they never really got into, and why.  Next, guitar virtuoso Tony McAlpine joins the guys for a heart to heart, discussing his first solo CD in almost 11 years as well as what he has been up to since leaving the Steve Vai band.

Featured DVD: Crue Fest - Vol.1

Beer of the Show: Scaldis - Refermente  (Beer Rating: 3)

Featured Tracks: Coldspell - Heroes; Papa Roach - Hollywood Whore;  Ratt - Scene of the Crime; Yes - Miracle of Life; Deep Purple - Knocking on Your Back Doorl; Dream Theater - Stargazer; Black N Blue - Wicked Bitch; Yngwie Malmsteen - Déjà Vu; Judas Priest - Devil’s Child; Tony McAlpine - Peruvian Power Layback, Fire Mountain, Serpens Cauda, Dream Mechanism, The Dedication, and Tears of Sahara

Classic of the Show: Probot - Century to Sin

Ragman Pick of the Show:  Glamour of the Kill - Dying from the Inside

Genghis Pick of the Show:  Children of Bodom - Relentless Reckless Forever

Ragman is feeling instrumental...

Podcast #123: Missed

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Tony sounds like a nice guy but I am not into instumental albums in general. On the topic itself. It wasn't me with the UFO. They are one band that I also have heard all this great stuff about but don't own an album and couldn't name 5 songs. You guys so sort of went off into some classic artists catalogs and how you missed them or they aren't that good. A good podcast that you guys might like is Shockwaves/Skullsessions. Bob the host and a panel usually take an artist...say Deep Purple or Judas Priest and go over the entire discography. When you listen to it you see how these albums seemed so huge but when reviewed in this manner they weren't that great. But in a Talking Metal podcast from a while back when they interviewed Glenn Tipton he said "even the albums fans would say are weaker Priest albums there are always 2 or 3 tracks they would call classic.
On Yngwie....he is no longer the shit! Same rehashed underproduced garbage. This dick is the only guy to hire Roy Z to produce......Roy helped Rob Halford and Bruce Dickinson to return to form.....and he only let Roy "kinda" produce. Meaning his ego took over. I mean this guy comes to NY and tries to perform at Westbury 2000-3000 seats then cause of poor sales goes to a club 600. Everyone you talk to says the same thing about this guy. Yngwie....hire Roy and your wife do 100% what he says. If he says the song sucks "rework it" do it! Do an album cover without your fucking face on it. Keep Ripper and let him Rip (sorry). Do something new yet farmiliar!

August 20, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterSnake65

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