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Thunderstone -- the forgotten set?

Discussion in 'ProgPower USA' started by Cheiron, Nov 21, 2006.

  1. Magius

    Magius .................

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    You see? Flight of Ideas. Classic schizophrenia.
     
  2. sarawi

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    Welcome to the Real!! :D

    me, too, I felt that Thunderstone didn't quite receive the appreciation they deserved - maybe due to bad timing / signing session or whatever. And just like Jorn, Pasi unfortunately isn't a hell of a stage actor - they simply don't know how to "grab" the audience!

    Still, next to Evergrey and Jorn, they were one of the bands we came for, and I liked them a lot! :headbang:
     
  3. General Zod

    General Zod Ruler of Australia

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    There are many bands, who after seeing them live, I've become fans of or bigger fans of. However, that only happens when I find the band either mildly appealing or "don't get" their music.

    LOL.

    Zod
     
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    Eternal Legacy Metal 4 Ever

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    Thunderstone was great! Good Energy, Melodic, Heavy, & Return to Innocence is an amazing song. I would love to see this band play ProgPower again.
     
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    Thunderstone was definitely what ProgPower need for a 3rd slot on saturday! It was a great set, which I watched entirely, and was able to sit down and relax during it. They did an outstanding job!!!
     
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    am_ash2 Metal Ang

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    I thought they were excellent. And they were fun OFF the stage too- really cool guys.
     
  7. sinerchris

    sinerchris Everythin is never enough

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    i've been into Thunderstone since their first album, so my opinion is a bit meaningless....but i thought their show was amazing. :headbang:
     
  8. ConnieOH

    ConnieOH Metal Lover in Ohio

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    LOL! A new verb has been added to the English language - "Whitesnaking". That's too funny!

    I really liked Thunderstone and was more impressed with them live then from the songs I had listened to before the fest.
     
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    I agree completely. Much like Pink Cream 69 did at Progpower VI and much like Cloudscape SHOULD do at an upcoming Progpower.
     
  10. KahlanRahl

    KahlanRahl Shattered darkness

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    Return to Innocence is the best song to try and sing along with, cuz you know you can't but the song kicks ass. :yell: That's anyone trying to sing Return to Innocence after the key change, you know what I'm talkin about
     

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