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Poison "Poison'd" & Tesla "Real To Real" cover CDs 06/05/07

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View Poll Results: I plan to buy:
Poison "Poison'd"
5
12.82%
Tesla "Real To Real"
10
25.64%
Both (I'm a 80's hair band fan)
9
23.08%
Neither (These groups should've stayed in the 80's)
15
38.46%
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Poison "Poison'd" & Tesla "Real To Real" cover CDs 06/05/07

Old 07-07-07, 12:54 PM
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Just checked at Borders today. The current issue of Classic Rock has a "Suns of Guns II" bonus disc. If anybody sees Classic Rock with the second R2R disc, please post.
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Originally Posted by stinkeye
FYI the second disc will probably be released in their upcoming box set
Thanks for the link.
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Originally Posted by too much
Just checked at Borders today. The current issue of Classic Rock has a "Suns of Guns II" bonus disc. If anybody sees Classic Rock with the second R2R disc, please post.

Next issue. It was supposed to be the current issue but got pushed back.
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Looks like Queensryche is joining the fray:

Christa Titus of Billboard.com reports: QUEENSRŸCHE pays homage to some of its musical idols on "Take Cover", a covers album due Nov. 13 via Rhino.

The Seattle group is putting its stamp on such numbers as PINK FLOYD's "Welcome to the Machine", U2's "Bullet the Blue Sky" and PETER GABRIEL's "Red Rain".

"We'll never top the originals; they're classics for a reason," singer Geoff Tate says. "We were more focused on finding different approaches that took the songs in unexpected directions."

He explains that the album gave the band a chance to have some fun. "During sound checks, [guitarists Mike Stone and Michael Wilton] like to play 'name that riff,' and sometimes the whole band joins in. That's really the way this album came together. We got together and started playing songs to each other, and then we picked our favorites."
Old 08-29-07, 10:50 AM
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track listing:

1. “Innuendo” (Queen )
2. “Bullet The Blue Sky” – Live (U2)
3. “Synchronicity II” (Police)
4. “For What It’s Worth” (Buffalo Springfield)
5. “Welcome To The Machine” (Pink Floyd)
6. “Red Rain” (Peter Gabriel)
7. “Neon Knights” (Black Sabbath)
8. “Almost Cut My Hair” (Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young)
9. “Heaven On Their Minds” (Jesus Christ Superstar)
10. “For The Love Of Money” (The O’Jays)
11. “Odissea” (Carlo Marrale & Cheope)
Old 08-30-07, 12:50 AM
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Originally Posted by Deadman31
Next issue. It was supposed to be the current issue but got pushed back.
The second disc will be available in the US on Sept. 25. $10.98 at Amazon.
Old 08-30-07, 06:38 AM
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thanks!
Old 08-30-07, 10:50 AM
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I wonder who will be next? I actually wouldn't mind seeing a cover set from Motley Crue, as long as they are more like Helter Skelter and Smokin' in the Boys Room, and not Anarchy in the UK.
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I voted Neither (These groups should've stayed in the 80's), but my opinion is really Neither (Put out some new material, you bastards...GOOD new material that is... ya hear me Poison!)

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