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Old 03-28-2013, 03:59 PM  
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I interviewed Joe Elliott of Def Leppard today

He came into the studio and hung out with me for about 20 mins. Dude loves to talk. makes my job easier...

he came to chat about the Viva Hysteria Residency at the Joint. if interested, heres the audio...

http://www.komp.com/play_window.php?...udioId=6301716
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Old 03-30-2013, 01:11 PM   #166
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Pyromania was the first vinyl album I purchased with my "own" money. Played the shit out of that record.

Dane is right in saying they turned into a pop band, and it pretty much started with that album. There are some nice riffy harder songs on there, but the foundation was laid down for what they would become with Pyromania.
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Old 03-30-2013, 01:12 PM   #167
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Godsmack gets panned by a bunch of people, here and in real life, but they are a great live band. Their music is made for the live audience.
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Old 03-30-2013, 01:15 PM   #168
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Hey fellow drummers.

Don't forget who influenced all these guys, Buddy Rich and Gene Krupa.

If you like Weckl, Vinnie and Gadd watch this.


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Old 03-30-2013, 01:17 PM   #169
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Pyromania was the first vinyl album I purchased with my "own" money. Played the shit out of that record.
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Dane is right in saying they turned into a pop band, and it pretty much started with that album. There are some nice riffy harder songs on there, but the foundation was laid down for what they would become with Pyromania.
I loved On Through the Night and High 'N' Dry and still listen to each a few times a year, if not more.

But they almost sound like a completely different band if you listen to their early works versus anything from Hysteria.
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Old 03-30-2013, 01:18 PM   #170
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I like Rush but it's funny how many Rush fans think Peart is hands down better than Buddy Rich.
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Old 03-30-2013, 01:20 PM   #171
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I like Rush but it's funny how many Rush fans think Peart is hands down better than Buddy Rich.
Neil Peart will tell you straight up, Buddy Rich is a God.
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Old 03-30-2013, 01:30 PM   #172
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I loved On Through the Night and High 'N' Dry and still listen to each a few times a year, if not more.

But they almost sound like a completely different band if you listen to their early works versus anything from Hysteria.
Through the wonders of satellite radio, I hear Def Leppard's early stuff quite often. Play Wasted and Make Love Like a Man (hate that ****ing song, btw) back to back, and you would think that they really were two different bands. It's not quite as glaring compared to how Ministry changed their sound, but it's not far off, either.

And no, I didn't go to St. Pius High School, so I wasn't allowed in Tiger's Records.
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Old 03-30-2013, 01:33 PM   #173
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Through the wonders of satellite radio, I hear Def Leppard's early stuff quite often. Play Wasted and Make Love Like a Man (hate that ****ing song, btw) back to back, and you would think that they really were two different bands. It's not quite as glaring compared to how Ministry changed their sound, but it's not far off, either.

And no, I didn't go to St. Pius High School, so I wasn't allowed in Tiger's Records.


Man, I LOVED Tiger's Records, mainly because I could buy anything for $4.99 whereas the same record was $7.99 at Peaches.

So it was no surprise when "Tiger" was found dead in the trunk of his Cadillac.
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Old 03-30-2013, 01:37 PM   #174
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There's a reason that record took 3 years to make and that's because the technology was ancient compared to today.
I thought it was because Rick Allen lost his arm.
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Old 03-30-2013, 01:37 PM   #175
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Through the wonders of satellite radio, I hear Def Leppard's early stuff quite often. Play Wasted and Make Love Like a Man (hate that ****ing song, btw) back to back, and you would think that they really were two different bands. It's not quite as glaring compared to how Ministry changed their sound, but it's not far off, either.

And no, I didn't go to St. Pius High School, so I wasn't allowed in Tiger's Records.
It's pretty far off.
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Old 03-30-2013, 01:44 PM   #176
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I thought it was because Rick Allen lost his arm.
No, it had absolutely nothing to do with that.

As a matter of fact, the drums were the last thing "recorded" for that album because each song went through so many changes.

And it wasn't a drummer, it was a programmed drum machine. Linn 9000.
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Old 03-30-2013, 02:09 PM   #177
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It's pretty far off.
Ministry changed genres completely, so I'll give you that. They were just the first comparison that sprang to mind.

You do have to admit DL's early sound is nothing like their current sound, though. (Speaking of, I've heard that when DL plays in America, they stick close to their pop sounding hits, but when they play in Britain, they play a ton of their older, heavier songs. Kind of sucks since their early stuff is what interested me, although I'm sure they and their bank accounts are just fine with it)
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Ministry changed genres completely, so I'll give you that. They were just the first comparison that sprang to mind.

You do have to admit DL's early sound is nothing like their current sound, though. (Speaking of, I've heard that when DL plays in America, they stick close to their pop sounding hits, but when they play in Britain, they play a ton of their older, heavier songs. Kind of sucks since their early stuff is what interested me, although I'm sure they and their bank accounts are just fine with it)
I agree. It makes sense though. They built themselves at home with their early stuff and they broke through big with pyro/steria here.

The comparison that comes to mind for me is Green Day. I'm sure that's not a perfect comparison either, but there's quite a bit of difference between Green Day 93 and Green Day 2K. Or maybe between My Chemical Romance's early stuff and their Black Parade and later stuff.
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Yeah, his goal was to make Shania the biggest star in the world, regardless of genre. What you hear on Pyromania and Hysteria is what you heard on Shania records: Mutt Lange.

He's one of the greatest producers, ever. Not only does he compose, arrange, program drums and synths but he's an amazing singer as well. He's responsible for hundreds of vocal tracks for both DL and Shania.
don't forget bob rock...

him, mutt and tbone burnett are my fav producers

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Without a doubt, those are three amazing producers.
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