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Cheap Trick – We’re All Alright! Track by Track Review – RnR Geek Show 770

June 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

On this episode I do a track by track review of the new CHEAP TRICK album, We’re All Alright! Music by: Suzi Quatro Lindsay Buckingham/Christine McVie Cheap Trick Links: CheapTrick.com Cheap Trick PledgeMusic Purchase on Amazon //html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/5474132/height/240/width/480/theme/legacy/autonext/no/thumbnail/yes/autoplay/no/preload/no/no_addthis/no/direction/backward/ Donate to the show – Rock and Roll Geek Friends And Family Membership DONATE ON PATREON! GET THE ROCK and ROLL GEEK APP FOR iPHONE OR ANDROID! iPhone/iPad – ANDROID http://ift.tt/1JGKweE facebook.com/rnrgeek twitter.com/rnrgeek Get a [read on]

Album review: Cheap Trick – ‘We’re All Alright’ (Big Machine Records)

June 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

Cheap Trick – ‘We’re All Alright’ (Big Machine Records) http://ift.tt/2tA8LVs Forty years since they released their self-titled debut album, Cheap Trick – regarded as one of the most eccentric and innovative, never minding enduring, hard rock bands of their generation – have emerged from the studio once again to present us with their 18th studio album. Our man Gerald Stansbury reckons it’s a wee bit more than alright, as he heaps copious praise on the opus and recommends that you rush out and get a copy post haste – but not until you’ve clicked the link to find out why:   from CD Reviews [read on]

Michael Anthony states playing in Sammy Hagar & The Circle is like going on vacation #rock #metal

June 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

Michael .Read on: http://ift.tt/2tzQck9 Sleaze rock is the bastard child of heavy metal, as the term defines a musical genre that has almost as much to do with attitude as songs. The music itself is rebellious, aggressive and downright nasty. The PMRC hated it, as did your parents. Whether it was Zodiac Mindwarp claiming to be the “Tattooed Beat Messiah,” Spread Eagle getting “Back On The Bitch,” L.A. Guns wanting some “Sex Action,” or Rhino Bucket begging fans to “Ride The Rhino,” the attitude remained the same as they gave the general public the middle finger. Often sleaze bands came across better live then in a studio that [read on]

TOUCHÉ AMORÉ, TURNOVER & ENDLESS HEIGHTS tour adds local supports

June 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

Important: the contents of this post are determined by the RSS feed of the originating site. We don’t cut and paste. Today Destroy All Lines are pleased to announce the following locals will be added to the below shows: 5th July at The Triffid, Brisbane Lic AA – Kings At Heart 6th July at The Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle 18+ – Safe Hands 7th July at Factory Theatre, Sydney Lic AA – Rumours 8th July at the All Ages show at Arrow On Swanston, Melbourne AA – Fever Speak 9th July at Corner Hotel, Melbourne 18+ – Better Half 11th July at Fowlers Live, Adelaide Lic AA – Hindsight 12th [read on]

Razorbats unveil new line-up including second guitarist #rock #metal

June 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

Razorbats .Read on: http://ift.tt/2t0tJja Sleaze rock is the bastard child of heavy metal, as the term defines a musical genre that has almost as much to do with attitude as songs. The music itself is rebellious, aggressive and downright nasty. The PMRC hated it, as did your parents. Whether it was Zodiac Mindwarp claiming to be the “Tattooed Beat Messiah,” Spread Eagle getting “Back On The Bitch,” L.A. Guns wanting some “Sex Action,” or Rhino Bucket begging fans to “Ride The Rhino,” the attitude remained the same as they gave the general public the middle finger. Often sleaze bands came across better live then in a studio [read on]

Razorbats unveil new line-up including second guitarist #rock #metal

June 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

Razorbats .Read on: http://ift.tt/2t0tJja Sleaze rock is the bastard child of heavy metal, as the term defines a musical genre that has almost as much to do with attitude as songs. The music itself is rebellious, aggressive and downright nasty. The PMRC hated it, as did your parents. Whether it was Zodiac Mindwarp claiming to be the “Tattooed Beat Messiah,” Spread Eagle getting “Back On The Bitch,” L.A. Guns wanting some “Sex Action,” or Rhino Bucket begging fans to “Ride The Rhino,” the attitude remained the same as they gave the general public the middle finger. Often sleaze bands came across better live then in a studio [read on]

HAWTHORNE HEIGHTS: Announce Australian Tour August & September 2017

June 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

Important: the contents of this post are determined by the RSS feed of the originating site. We don’t cut and paste. US Post-Hardcore pioneers, Hawthorne Heights will return to Australia for shows across August and September! This time around they will be playing their landmark first two albums, 2004’s The Silence in Black and White and 2006’s If Only You Were Lonely in full. Both of them!! With huge hits such as Ohio Is For Lovers, Niki FM, Silver Bullet, Saying Sorry, Where Can I Stab Myself in the Ears? These two albums have been instrumental in shaping the sound of modern hardcore. The albums feature the bands rhythm guitarist [read on]