#2
they are ok
they opened for motley crue (along with the exies and sum 41 )
i didnt get there until motley crue started though
i wanted to see them, but yeah they have a few good songs that ive heard
#3
They're way cool. when I saw them they opened for Shinedown ...and had some great and long drum and guitar solos. and he was taking hits on stage, which was amusing. I have their album Show & Tell and I'd reccomend it.
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#4
i think ive listened to a few tracks of theirs...and from what ive heard they are pretty good....
#5
great band gotta love nick perri's mutton chops
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#6
They are a great band, one of the best bands to come out in the past couple of years.
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#10
^^^Next time edit your last post, so you won't have to triple post.

Nick is a great guitarist. He can play some pretty good solos and make up those catchy riffs. They have great lyrics, too.

My fave songs are prolly Mary Jane, Ain't Comin Home, S.F.C. You Want It All and Blue Jeans.
They are a great band, very underrated. I can't wait for their next album to come out.
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#11
Unoriginal, but entertaining, good live band, but they will never make it big
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#12
I like a couple of their songs. Ain't coming home, nothing stays, Foxhole J.C., you want it all, Devil's daughter. I hear a lot of Zeppelin influence in their music.
#13
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they are ok
they opened for motley crue (along with the exies and sum 41 )
i didnt get there until motley crue started though
i wanted to see them, but yeah they have a few good songs that ive heard



was that the vancouver show? i was there. i hadnt heard of silvertide before, and i only liked nicks guitar playing. you couldnt hear a word walt said
#14
I got to hear them when they were just releasing demos, but I never really was impressed by them. It's good to see a local band have some success, though.
#16
Agreed, fuggin sweet is right! Great band thru and thru. They write old school rock and roll songs, and there ain't a damn thing wrong with that. You should all bow down and buy their cd, its well worth the ten dollars! I have it and have seen them live, they are killer!
#17
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#18
I dig 'em. I'd like to see them get a little less Aerosmith-y, though. And their production is a tad clean-sounding for my liking. Other than that, I think they're great.
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#20
i agree with voodoochide, there sound should be a little dirtier, but a pretty sweet band none the less.
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#21
i've talked with walt and nick from silvertide, when i lived in philly. they said people i their high school always joked on them about the way they sound. cause there younger guys who have that 70's 80's sound to them.
but there def one of my fav bands....gotta support the hometown boys
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#22
Incredibly nice guys who write absolutely killer songs. Plus they are fantastic live. Show and Tell is one of my favorite albums.
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#24
i saw them open for motley crue. didnt care for the music but they put on a great show, lots of energy(except the bassist who refused to move... at all) the singer even went into the crowd looking for a joint
#26
They're a very good band. Out of all the bands trying to bring back the 70's rock sound back, Silvertide is one of my favorites.
#27
Does anyone know about whats happening with them? None of their stuff has been updated for like a year, and according to wiki, they fired their rhythm guitarist and drummer. I just hope they havent broken up