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  • Ala
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    Man, just do the Headless Cross-thingy already. Quit stalling...

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  • Wheels Of Confusion
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    Says something about how much interest there must be for his Headless Cross thing.

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  • KiloDeltaCharlie
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    Originally posted by MJD2013 View Post

    I think in the greater scheme of things, KOM are a pretty obscure band. The Havant gig isn't too far from me, either!
    Yeah, you're right, Magnum would require a bigger venue, but KOM are more like a tribute band so can't expect the same attention.

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  • MJD2013
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    Originally posted by KiloDeltaCharlie View Post

    I'm tempted to go to one of the shows as The Spring in Havant is barely a couple of miles from me. What shocks me though is that The Spring only holds just over 200 standing!! Surely they can fill bigger venues than that?
    I think in the greater scheme of things, KOM are a pretty obscure band. The Havant gig isn't too far from me, either!

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  • KiloDeltaCharlie
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    Originally posted by MJD2013 View Post
    Yes, he is... Kingdom Of Madness, featuring several ex-members of Magnum and playing songs from Magnum's classic 1978-1994 era. I'm going to try and see one of these shows as there's a couple of gigs pretty near me. I only just realised recently that I saw Tony in The Alliance, supporting Magnum, in 1985. Magnum themselves has just cancelled their UK & European tour because of the virus outbreak.

    https://www.blabbermouth.net/news/fo...l-on-u-k-tour/
    I'm tempted to go to one of the shows as The Spring in Havant is barely a couple of miles from me. What shocks me though is that The Spring only holds just over 200 standing!! Surely they can fill bigger venues than that?

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  • MJD2013
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    Yes, he is... Kingdom Of Madness, featuring several ex-members of Magnum and playing songs from Magnum's classic 1978-1994 era. I'm going to try and see one of these shows as there's a couple of gigs pretty near me. I only just realised recently that I saw Tony in The Alliance, supporting Magnum, in 1985. Magnum themselves has just cancelled their UK & European tour because of the virus outbreak.

    https://www.blabbermouth.net/news/fo...l-on-u-k-tour/
    Last edited by MJD2013; 03-15-2020, 06:21 AM.

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  • Wheels Of Confusion
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    Apparently "The Cat" is fronting Magnum or a band consisting of Magnum members for a tour now.

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  • OzzyIsDio
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    Originally posted by sellingmysoul View Post
    When is he going to tour? I posted that story in october.
    Maybe he’s waiting for Tony to remix Forbidden, hoping he’ll get some shows with him.

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  • sellingmysoul
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    When is he going to tour? I posted that story in october.

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  • OzzyIsDio
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    Originally posted by maestro View Post
    Wow. Great choices OID


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    Thank you Maestro.

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  • maestro
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    Originally posted by OzzyIsDio View Post
    Ronn to answer your question from the listen!!!!! my top 3 would be all Ozzy era songs as that's my Sabbath preference, but if you meant the Martin era, an excellent era and time piece in the annals of Sabbath history, my top 3 would be

    1.) The Gates Of Hell/Headless Cross
    2.) Anno Mundi
    3.) Can't Get Close Enough

    Kiss Of Death is a great song and deserves a top 3, but I like the title track of Forbidden a little better, but those I just posted are my top 3 Martin era songs, I didn't include anything from Eternal Idol because technically speaking that was Ray Gillen's album, that's the only reason, I want to strictly give Tony Martin's work a listing.
    Wow. Great choices OID


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  • OzzyIsDio
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    Originally posted by ronn View Post
    KOD is a top 3 swan song to end an album with Doc \m/
    Into the void, lonely is the word, kiss of death
    Ronn to answer your question from the listen!!!!! my top 3 would be all Ozzy era songs as that's my Sabbath preference, but if you meant the Martin era, an excellent era and time piece in the annals of Sabbath history, my top 3 would be

    1.) The Gates Of Hell/Headless Cross
    2.) Anno Mundi
    3.) Can't Get Close Enough

    Kiss Of Death is a great song and deserves a top 3, but I like the title track of Forbidden a little better, but those I just posted are my top 3 Martin era songs, I didn't include anything from Eternal Idol because technically speaking that was Ray Gillen's album, that's the only reason, I want to strictly give Tony Martin's work a listing.

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  • Towelie
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    Originally posted by ronn View Post
    KOD is a top 3 swan song to end an album with Doc \m/
    Into the void, lonely is the word, kiss of death


    Kiss of Death >>> Anything on 13

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  • ronn
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    Originally posted by BACK TO EDEN View Post
    Kiss Of Death all day , every day brother .... as good as Sabbath gets
    KOD is a top 3 swan song to end an album with Doc \m/
    Into the void, lonely is the word, kiss of death

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  • BACK TO EDEN
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    https://metaladdicts.com/site/tony-i...ted-everybody/ ..... from Feb , always laugh but love when Tony says "doing it for Cozy"

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