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RTZ's lead vocalist was the late Brad Delp, who is, of course, most famous for singing lead for Boston.

I've been listening to some RTZ songs on YouTube for the last few minutes.

Anyone here besides me listen to Boston?

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Tue Dec 01, 2009 8:06 pm
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MORE THAN A FEEEEELIIING!


I'm always singing that on partys with Singstar (actually it's not really singstar, it's on Linux, but it's basically Singstar)

It can't track the very high note of the song though... and the n00bs that sing it two octaves lower than me get all the points.. argh


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anyway, is the new RTZ stuff good?

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Wed Dec 02, 2009 10:02 am
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I liked what I heard of RTZ, but I'm not sure how recent what I heard was. I'll have to check. It couldn't be VERY recent, since Brad Delp is no longer with us.

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The first Boston album is awesome!! 8)

I haven't listened to much past Don't Look Back - worth checking out?

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I especially like the Boston album Walk On.

It features former Sammy Hagar guitarist Gary Pihl.

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