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Started by mr_blue at 07,Sep,15 19:38  other posts of mr_blue
Everyone loves music...without it we are alone...I could live without tv.....but not music....

lets talk music....

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Enjoy that piece of music....

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By #487013 at 15,Mar,18 05:11
God I fucking love metal. Mostly thrash, death, black, doom, sludge you name it. Been listening to a lot of the older big four lately, Anthrax, FUCKING SLAYER, and Megadeth.
By HunterAce at 15,Mar,18 08:24 other posts of HunterAce 
Just the other day I dug through my old CDs and was listening to Slayer's Decade of Aggression. They fucking crush live.
By #487013 at 15,Mar,18 17:40
Can’t wait to see them this summer. Paid an arm and left for tickets. Can’t believe this will be the last time

By #688320 at 09,Dec,23 16:56
You should check out Fantфmas doing a Slayer medley called Angel of Dial Up.

By Dev01 at 25,Jan,21 01:23 other posts of Dev01 
Just found some old school music from my younger years. SUBLIME... I forgot how much I liked this band. Robin de hood.. Best sublime album my opinion

By mr_blue at 17,Jul,19 23:46 other posts of mr_blue 
Do you have a playlist of songs you like to do the dance with no pants to ?
By #502711 at 18,Jul,19 11:58
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By mr_blue at 04,Mar,19 15:34 other posts of mr_blue 
RIP Keith Flint Prodigy front man and vocalist..

By kebmo at 18,Mar,18 01:05 other posts of kebmo 
Metallica's Enter Sandman using dildos for drumsticks!

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By kebmo at 17,Mar,18 16:11 other posts of kebmo 
There are three guys in ZZ Top. Two have long beards and the drummer has no beard. The duummer’s name? Frank Beard!

By kebmo at 15,Mar,18 08:11 other posts of kebmo 
I used to work with this asshole and I was trying to get along with him but, well, he was just an asshole. I asked him one day what kind of music he liked to which he responded "I don't like music." What a fucking retard.

I'm Canadian so it's hard to say this here without getting arrested. I love rock music but I don't like Rush or the Tragically Hip, both Canadian. Justin Bieber and Celine Dion are too but it's OK to dislike them.
By #487013 at 15,Mar,18 17:41
I **** Rush. So over fucking rated. Getty Lee’s voice is like listening to two cats in heat dry humping.

By #502711 at 16,Mar,18 08:06
You'd have to be a real bland cunt to not like music. Who the hell doesn't like music?

By #502711 at 14,Aug,17 07:29
Heard this one today. Thought someone else might enjoy it here: Black Label Society - Scars: only registered users can see external links
By #507249 at 15,Aug,17 02:10
BLS is ALWAYS good shit!!!! There's some great vids on YouTube of Zakk back in the day, even before Ozzy, just kicking serious ass. He did a cover of Voodoo **** in front of a record store that is flat out amazing
By #502711 at 15,Aug,17 07:10
Awesome. I'll check it out

By bella! at 02,Jun,17 12:52 other posts of bella! 
June 1, 2017 was the 50th anniversary of the album Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, released on that day in 1967.

Who can forget that album, those songs? The song that I hear played more often than the others is Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds. Enjoy!

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By Ravioli_Max at 14,Aug,17 08:38 other posts of Ravioli_Max 
I like The Beatles, too.

By Andthisisme at 14,Aug,17 09:55 other posts of Andthisisme 
I remember like it was yesterday, playing truant from school to get my copy and playing it all that afternoon with friends. My only regret; I didn't look after the cardboard inserts and they are long since lost.
By bella! at 14,Aug,17 13:49 other posts of bella! 
You were truant that day? Oh my goodness! How many other opportunities and reasons were there for truancy? Hmmmm....??

Now about the cardboard inserts, what became of them?
By Andthisisme at 14,Aug,17 19:56 other posts of Andthisisme 
The cardboard inserts are one of those mysteries of day I had them...then after a while I didn't... and I have no idea why not

Sadly despite my worst intentions my truancy never did involve anything else worth repeating here.
By bella! at 15,Aug,17 04:18 other posts of bella! 
Thank goodness we're not going to see your mugshot on an international most wanted list!

By leopoldij at 15,Jun,17 20:34 other posts of leopoldij 
Here's a piece of great contemporary music.
Fuck love by Iggy Azalea:
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She also has the best vagina in the world:
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By leopoldij at 14,Jun,17 18:27 other posts of leopoldij 
Here is a good song by the popular dinner Sager:
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By bella! at 04,Apr,17 14:28 other posts of bella! 
I often wonder how others feel about music and how it affects them.

I wake up to music, I listen to music while getting ready for work, I listen to music during my drive to work, when possible, I listen to music while at work and of course, I am accompanied by music on my way home from work. Yesterday, while at work, I heard a Duran Duran tune from the 80's, a song that really wasn't that special at that time but suddenly and for those 2 or 3 minutes, I was 20 again......

Is it me or do other 'mature' folks find that the music of their teens and 20's leaves a bigger imprint on their lives than what they might be listening to currently?
By andrew999999999 at 02,Jun,17 13:33 other posts of andrew999999999 
I agree. There's not much contemporary music I listen to. When I hear 90's music, it takes me back to my teens and early 20's. If I was that age now, I can't imagine today's music leaving the same imprint on me.

By Andthisisme at 05,Jun,17 15:21 other posts of Andthisisme 
I am sure that I have read somewhere that generally a person's taste in music is formed during their teens and early twenties. That was certainly true for me. So many songs from the 60s' take me right back to a particular moment or event.
My CD and digital music and of course vinyl collections contains way too many from the 60's...but I love them.
By andrew999999999 at 05,Jun,17 20:23 other posts of andrew999999999 
I agree. Although in my early teens up to about 16/17, I was into heavy/thrash metal a lot, but not anymore. The vast majority of music I listen to is from when I was 16 in '93 until now. Probably because I was at college and then university, meeting new people and hearing music they were into, and also that's when I started going to pubs and clubs too. There are some contemporary bands I like, not so many though, but most of my music is from the 90's and earlier, although the 80's isn't represented to well in my collection. Most of the music I buy now is from decades ago because of my musical tastes.
By mr_blue at 13,Jun,17 15:38 other posts of mr_blue 
How was the club scene in Manny Andrew ?!! Did you go raving at all ? Or was it mostly bands ?
By andrew999999999 at 13,Jun,17 20:24 other posts of andrew999999999 
It was, and probably still is, a good club scene. I was a few years too young for the Madchester scene of the late 80's early 90's, when Manchester was the place to be for clubs, especially The Hacienda, and of course bands like The Stone Roses, Happy Mondays etc.... I started clubbing in '94, when Oasis released their debut album. Used to go to student nights on a Monday or Wednesday for the indie / alternative nights, as well as Saturdays.
I went to gigs also, and still do. First band I saw was Skid Row in '90, I think. Good gig, never seen a band do so many encores that they ran out of songs. Saw Rage Against The Machine the first time they toured here in '93, just after I finished school, and plenty of gigs since then. Next gig I'm going to is Rodrigo Y Gabriels next month.

By #487013 at 11,Jun,17 00:43
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By #507249 at 11,Jun,17 00:57
Fuckin bad ass

By #487013 at 24,Oct,16 13:49
Been in a sludge/thrash metal kick lately. Crowbars new song is hella sick. Check out Falling while Rising. Meshuggah also kicks ass on their new album. Love Born in Dissonance. Testaments Brotherhood of the Snake is good to.
By #502711 at 25,Oct,16 06:02
Ever heard any SepticFlesh or Rotting Christ?
By #487013 at 25,Oct,16 12:24
I Have. Featured Rotting Christ on my Metal Show.
By #502711 at 26,Oct,16 06:15
Thatta girl

By _avg_ at 09,Jun,17 03:56 other posts of _avg_ 
Meshuggah = gods.

But Ghost is the Swedish metal band that has been dominating my playlist recently. There is perhaps no more merry band of Satanists than they, for show or not, and it's fucking awesome.

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By #487013 at 11,Jun,17 00:43
I love Meshuggah the born in dissonance album is killer. I get to see Behemoth this summer and Slayer too. Im digging the new Goatwhore a lot. Do you like Gojira?

By #482237 at 09,Jun,17 01:31
love old jazz and Fletcher Henderson

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By #482237 at 05,Jun,17 14:40
I love Ornella Vanoni and spend hours listening to different music,,

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By leopoldij at 06,Jun,17 00:14 other posts of leopoldij 
What do you mean by "different"?
By #482237 at 06,Jun,17 01:15
all types from different places worldwide

By #482237 at 06,Jun,17 01:16
for instance:
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By #482237 at 06,Jun,17 01:17
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By leopoldij at 06,Jun,17 15:54 other posts of leopoldij 
I love your choice of music and your taste

By leopoldij at 05,Jun,17 14:43 other posts of leopoldij 
Listening to music from my youth makes me happy. For example,
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By #460523 at 24,Oct,16 01:09
music is what keeps me going
By #487013 at 27,Oct,16 01:13
Same here, been helping me fight my depression.

By #460523 at 24,Oct,16 01:13
music to bombings I do not like

By leopoldij at 23,Oct,16 23:42 other posts of leopoldij 
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By #502711 at 23,Sep,16 12:09
I don't watch tv at all, just a brainwashing propaganda tool. But I agree, I couldn't live a life without music.

Here's a link to one of my favorite songs by one of my favorite bands: only registered users can see external links

Here's a masterpiece I love too: only registered users can see external links

By #517480 at 23,Sep,16 18:41
love Rush
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By leopoldij at 23,Sep,16 19:55 other posts of leopoldij 
"I don't watch tv at all..."
you're the man.
i'm 200% with you.

By leopoldij at 23,Sep,16 19:57 other posts of leopoldij 
first video not available, unfortunately. please post the name so i can search or an alternative link. second one is very nice.
By #502711 at 23,Sep,16 23:39
That's a shame. The song is called "Evening star" by Tyr
By leopoldij at 24,Sep,16 11:23 other posts of leopoldij 
Is that it?
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By #502711 at 24,Sep,16 13:19
Yes & that movie is awesome!
By leopoldij at 24,Sep,16 21:46 other posts of leopoldij 
Oh it's a movie? I didn't realise that.
By #502711 at 25,Sep,16 11:41
Well the song is not apart of the film clip. Someone just dubbed the song over an edit of the movie. It's called Valhalla Rising: only registered users can see external links

By #358797 at 23,Sep,16 20:11
Tyr is badass. This one ( only registered users can see external links ) is a fave of mine.
By #502711 at 23,Sep,16 23:39
I've heard all of their songs, there's not one I don't like!

By #517480 at 22,Sep,16 23:36
I think that no one has heard this song of Elg before. I think it's fantastic, Its a bit quiet and dark.

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This is a recording from a Norwegian series.
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Here is also a 2 wonderful song of a man called Sivert Hшyem.

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By milesbferry at 24,Sep,16 00:03 other posts of milesbferry 
Oah! I think you should stop watching Norwegian TV programmes. It's best to sing english, and it sounds OK. Are you in love with the pretty boy?
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I'm surprised our US friends haven't commented on the second two songs - first, bluesey, second, very 2002! But they usually ignore anyone who isn't american
By bella! at 24,Sep,16 00:45 other posts of bella! 
Oh, milesb, are you trying to start some stuff? That's so not true. As far as Norwegian recording artists, I'm not aware of any featured on my radio stations and I do not and will not pay to subscribe to any radio format.

Just a question for you, milesb, were you familiar with the artists or songs that Sigurd referenced? You're a heck of a lot closer to Norway than I am in Michigan.
By milesbferry at 24,Sep,16 15:31 other posts of milesbferry 
No, not starting something. What I meant was – I listened to the three links that Sigurd put in his post, and commented on them. Has anyone else taken the trouble to listen to them? Well, have you!!

Not exactly 'ignoring', either the music or Sigurd, just not 'listening'.

No, I'd never heard of Elg or Sivert. But I have heard and seen live a couple of Norwegian musicians, at jazz festivals in the last 30 years or so! They have to be internationally famous for us to get them here. Jan Garbarek and Silje Nergaard. I also have a Gilles Peterson CD, Worldwide 1, with jazz musician Bugge Wesseltoft on it - (All I wanted was to make you) Feel Good.

The only other Norwegian musician I've heard of is some guy called Grieg, and his friend Peer Gynt. Oh, and Royksopp, who do electronica. A friend lent me a CD once – it's OK.

Now, radio stations. You can get an app for phone or tablet called TuneIn Radio, so you can listen to any radio station you want. I listen to:

FIP Radio (French, wide range of styles, minimum chat, no inane babble between songs)
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Shonan Beach 78.9FM (Japanese, if they do babble you can't understand it, Midnight Jazz, very restful)
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YLE Klassinen (Finland, minimal babble, long pieces of music)
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All three are on TuneIn Radio.

I listen to FIP a lot, then the music they are playing in only a few clicks away on Amazon! I've discovered Lisa Ekdahl, Lizz Wright, Fatoumata Diawara, Dengue Fever, and others on FIP.

Say no to DJs. The only shock a jock should get is 10,000 volts on his nuts!

While I'm having a Lazy Sunday Afternoon (well, a day early) here's a link to the Steve Marriott (Small Faces, Humble Pie) song, a classic Brit cockney London band of around 1968, off the album 'Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake' (brilliant name!).
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Saw him live in the 80s. Unfortunately, died in a house fire in 91.

By #517480 at 24,Sep,16 04:16
hehe a bit difficult as long as I live in Norway. While this discussion forum is focused on Music, I think it was fun to share music that not many have heard of. But English and American rock is what I love. And by the way all the songs i posted went in English mate
By #502711 at 24,Sep,16 06:25
Most of the bands I like are from Scandinavia. Dimmu Borgir for instance has been a long time favorite of mine.
By #358797 at 24,Sep,16 09:23
I'm in the same boat. Scandinavian metal is my thing.
By bella! at 24,Sep,16 15:24 other posts of bella! 
Arexa, is Scandinavian metal something heard on the radio or how did you become familiar with it?
By #358797 at 24,Sep,16 15:59
I developed a taste for Scandinavian metal in my early teens. I grew up on metal, but it wasn't enough for me. I decided to expand my tastes. .. Picked up a copy of Metal for the Masses when I was like 14/15... It came with a mp3 CD with 500+ tracks of brutal awesomeness... Introduced me to Arch Enemy, Dark Tranquility, Meshuggah, and In Flames... Life was never the same after that. lol
As far as broadening the horizon after that CD... I downloaded anything I could off of limewire.... Got the CDs of what I liked, deleted what I didn't. Now, I surf YouTube and message Swedes on here... I've found some lovely artists that way...

And after all these years... One of the first Scandinavian metal tracks I'd ever come across is still one of my favorite tunes ever... only registered users can see external links .
By bella! at 25,Sep,16 04:52 other posts of bella! 
Thank you for your response, Arexa.

By milesbferry at 24,Sep,16 15:26 other posts of milesbferry 
Thank you for sharing! I like to hear music that I haven't heard before, and I followed your links.

So I know they were in English! That's what I meant by best sung in English – so we all know what the songs are about.

By jayman73 at 26,Apr,16 16:18 other posts of jayman73 
So, what does everybody think about N.W.A being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
By #485312 at 27,Aug,16 06:59
never heard of them *lix*
By #181785 at 21,Sep,16 05:47
Comprised of Dr Dre, Easy E, Ice Cube and another guy. The band the movie Straight Outta Compton is about. They were a gangster Rap Band. The name is Niggers With Attitude. Hence the reason for just using NWA as here in the States their first name is considered highly offensive and racist.
By Stigma33 at 22,Sep,16 19:30 other posts of Stigma33 
Rock and roll is more than just a genre of music though and what they did was pretty fucking rock and roll if you asked me....

By _avg_ at 22,Sep,16 06:46 other posts of _avg_ 
"After silence that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music."
~Aldous Huxley

....yeah, I said it before, but like good music, it bears repeating.

By #204766 at 19,Sep,16 13:44
Anyone like ministry
By #507249 at 21,Sep,16 01:00
Fuckin' A!!!! Ministry is awesome!!
By #204766 at 22,Sep,16 00:53
Amazing live

By leopoldij at 19,Sep,16 01:12 other posts of leopoldij 
And here's a piece of classical music
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By leopoldij at 31,Aug,16 06:59 other posts of leopoldij 
Well, here's a serious song by a senior guy that you'll like.

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By #487013 at 28,Aug,16 02:54
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By #507249 at 31,Aug,16 04:24
Fucking awesome!! Haven't heard them in ages!

By jayman73 at 26,Apr,16 16:17 other posts of jayman73 
Lonnie Mack, one of the greatest blues guitarist ever, has passed away.

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By bella! at 30,Jan,16 22:06 other posts of bella! 
I actually like that song.

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By jayman73 at 22,Apr,16 03:19 other posts of jayman73 
Dear music legends, please stop dying. We're losing too many of you, way too soon.
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By jayman73 at 22,Apr,16 03:17 other posts of jayman73 
Rest in Peace, Percy Sledge. He was one of the greatest soul singers of all times.

By jayman73 at 17,Apr,16 04:56 other posts of jayman73 
So, what does everyone think about Axl Rose becoming the new lead singer of AC/DC?
By HunterAce at 17,Apr,16 05:44 other posts of HunterAce 
Love Axl but he lost his pipes a long time ago unfortunately

By #358797 at 25,Jan,16 05:52
This chunk of shit popped up on my crap you might like list.... Am I the only person frightened by this weirdo?
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By jayman73 at 25,Jan,16 06:28 other posts of jayman73 
No. But what is even more frightening, is that I have watched it three times already. It's a catchy song. I guess it's like a train wreck, you just can't look away.
By #358797 at 25,Jan,16 06:43
Dear baby jeebus... His scary smile, then the floppy-wristed motorcycle with a bad starter dance combined with the hahaha hahaha hahaha brlrlrlrlr hahaha.... I just can't... Lol.
By #507249 at 12,Mar,16 09:17
Umm...I need to ask; wtf are you normally listening to that this heap of crap got "recommended" to you? I thought we had similar taste in music but maybe not....
By #358797 at 12,Mar,16 12:07
I was drunken youtubing... Normally doesn't go to well for me.
By #507249 at 12,Mar,16 15:03
That makes more sense! Lol

By mr_blue at 30,Dec,15 06:28 other posts of mr_blue 
“Ian ‘Lemmy’ Kilmister

“1945 -2015

“Born to lose, lived to win.”
By big9inch21 at 30,Dec,15 22:50 other posts of big9inch21 
RIP Lemmy MotorHead will never be the same.
By mr_blue at 30,Dec,15 23:11 other posts of mr_blue 
Dude was a legend...
By #507249 at 09,Mar,16 21:09
Lemmy was for sure a legend...touched a lot of hearts within the rock community. They streamed his funeral on you tube; it was off the chain! Everybody was there! It was a hell of a send off for a true bad ass! Rest In Peace Lemmy! You'll forever be missed
By mr_blue at 10,Mar,16 15:32 other posts of mr_blue 
I watched a documentary about him a few months back,very intelligent man and very misunderstood by the mainstream media..He was an avid historian with a penchant for nazi uniforms and weapons...his drinking exploits are legendary.
Dude was truly one of a 'ace of spades' you could say... (excuse the cheesy line)
By #507249 at 11,Mar,16 05:00
Yeah, he was an interesting cat, that's for damn sure. It's funny, I wasn't a big motorhead fan till about 12 years ago and I really watched him play bass and I was like "wtf, he plays it like a guitar"! So it sparked my interest and I started paying attention! Glad I did because they've cranked out some great music over the years!!

By zzick at 11,Mar,16 03:57 other posts of zzick 
I really dug the duet between Ernest tubb and lemmy kilmister. Man, it was a gas! Available on k-tel records.

By leopoldij at 10,Mar,16 10:46 other posts of leopoldij 
Serious music is the best:
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By jayman73 at 09,Mar,16 16:48 other posts of jayman73 
The world lost the great George Martin, legendary producer of "The Beatles" yesterday. Rest in Peace, George.
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By #494679 at 09,Mar,16 20:58
A few people here who have known me over the last few years will know how much George Martin passing away will have hit me. Today is a very sad day for me because this.
I've worked in pop music in various roles ever since I was 17 years old, mostly in producing and recording. George Martin is my all time musical hero, most prolific influence and inspiration.
I'd just got home after teaching songwriting and production techniques in a high sch00l when I saw the news online. Ironically, one of the students I was with today actually asked me who I would love to work with if I ever had the chance. Of course, he was the answer I gave them and they didn't know who he was, so I relished the opportunity to spend 10 minutes telling them about hhim and his achievements and how his relationship with the artists he worked with has been such a massive benchmark and unparallelled career, roughly 70 years through pop history since the 1950s. You might think this is silly, but I know I wouldn't have been able to tell the student about him without becoming tearful if I'd heard about him dying beforehand.
He turned me on to working in pop music production and I owe every single achievement in a 20+ year career to him.
I truly am so gutted today

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By jayman73 at 04,Feb,16 23:12 other posts of jayman73 
Maurice White, co-founder of Earth, Wind & Fire, passed away in his slЂЂp Thursday morning.

So many great hits like "Shining Star," "September," "Boogie Wonderland," and "After the Love has Gone."

By jayman73 at 30,Jan,16 19:47 other posts of jayman73 
RIP to Paul Kantner, founding member of Jefferson Airplane and Jefferson Statship. He did what He loved to the very end, and changed the sound of music as we know it.

By #358797 at 03,Nov,15 02:52
My friend, watch out for the traitors.
I see them, but I try to close my eyes for the haters...

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For you:
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By #358797 at 23,Jan,16 04:16
That's just rude. Lol.
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I know, but I felt mean

By #358797 at 08,Sep,15 02:21
My musical tastes are incredibly varied. Anything from Arch Enemy to Ray Charles. Fuck bluegrass though... Ain't no dueling banjos in my collection.
By #204766 at 08,Sep,15 03:56
Arch enemy love them what about at the gates
By #358797 at 08,Sep,15 12:12
Arch Enemy is definitely a favorite of mine. I'm partial to Angela though, the new chick can't compare. and ATG is badass.
By #204766 at 08,Sep,15 12:43
Yeah she is not as good
By #358797 at 08,Sep,15 13:37
Haha! We agree! every time I hear her sing dead eyes, I cringe. So wrong. I was crushed when Angela left.
By #204766 at 08,Sep,15 19:17
For me it when she sings Skelton dance or we will rise
By #358797 at 08,Sep,15 20:43
Haha. Yeah. She shouldn't be allowed to sing anything from before she joined. I saw a vid of her doing we will rise, and it wasn't right. Not at all.
By #204766 at 08,Sep,15 21:04
And as for nemesis nothing I can say can describe how appallingly she does that
By #358797 at 08,Sep,15 21:49
Well, thank Odin I've never heard that one.
By #204766 at 09,Sep,15 13:29
At the gates on the other hand still awesome saw them last year they were amazing especially when they did slaughter of the soul
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I know

By leopoldij at 08,Sep,15 12:00 other posts of leopoldij 
Why, don't you think that hillbillies are hot?
By #358797 at 08,Sep,15 12:10
Fuck no. Lol. I'm surrounded by hillbillies.
By leopoldij at 08,Sep,15 14:49 other posts of leopoldij 
I guessed you are surrounded by them. So are they hot in bed?
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By #358797 at 08,Sep,15 20:33
I'm proud to say I haven't been with a redneck like that. I have seen them going at it though, and it isn't impressive.

And not really... Take Larry the Cable Guy and mix him with Boomhauer off King of the Hill.. That's closer to what I deal with.
By leopoldij at 09,Sep,15 02:16 other posts of leopoldij 
Ha ha
By #358797 at 13,Sep,15 19:19
Yeah, it's pretty annoying...

"Hey durr li'le lady, say, you happen'da know which way di-rection i needa be goin ta get ta that thur outpost?".... Drives me nuts.
By leopoldij at 13,Sep,15 22:53 other posts of leopoldij 
Ha ha ha. I guess they don't sound too sexy when they tell you they want to eat your pussy....

By mr_blue at 22,Jan,16 14:15 other posts of mr_blue 

By big9inch21 at 30,Dec,15 23:16 other posts of big9inch21 
For all you 80's metal fans. I thought I would share this vid, it's good to see Van Halen reunited. They still can kick ass "live" in their old age, with Eddie's son Wolfgang playing bass.
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By mr_blue at 30,Nov,15 00:17 other posts of mr_blue 
What music do you play if you do the dance with no pants ?
By #494679 at 30,Nov,15 00:18
c0ck and roll?
By mr_blue at 30,Nov,15 00:22 other posts of mr_blue 

By bella! at 30,Nov,15 00:23 other posts of bella! 
@ Mersey.......

By #358797 at 30,Nov,15 00:38
None. Can't hear it anyway... I make too much noise.
By mr_blue at 30,Nov,15 00:40 other posts of mr_blue 
Noisy fucker eh ?
By #358797 at 30,Nov,15 00:45
Like you didn't know that already.

By mr_blue at 27,Oct,15 06:07 other posts of mr_blue 
Does anyone use vinyl ?...
By #494679 at 06,Nov,15 00:31
I do
By mr_blue at 07,Nov,15 17:36 other posts of mr_blue 
It's making a comeback...

By leopoldij at 03,Nov,15 03:23 other posts of leopoldij 
Hip hop of sorts. ... only registered users can see external links

By #496892 at 08,Sep,15 11:58
I love metal, classical, folk, epic. Some notable bands I like: Tyr, Ensiferum, Eluveitie, SepticFlesh, Rotting Christ, Ex Deo.
By #358797 at 08,Sep,15 22:49
Dream Theater, maybe? Ensiferum is awesome.

By JustWill at 07,Sep,15 21:58 other posts of JustWill 
Sorry, Alex, but I disagree with your "Everyone loves music" premise. I prefer words. Music is okay, and I see where it has a place, but I would feel more alone without books.

By _avg_ at 07,Sep,15 21:30 other posts of _avg_ 
"After silence that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music."
~Aldous Huxley

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