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Old 01-28-2006, 09:26 PM   #1401
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The cover song on that album sucked, but the chorus was pretty sweet.
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Old 01-28-2006, 10:43 PM   #1402
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Anubis ever heard of Necrophagist?

Insane ****.
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Old 01-29-2006, 01:39 AM   #1403
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Tiger, you said you like your Blues as raw as it comes. I can listen to Hound Dog Taylor or Jimmy Reed all day. Now, when you get into the Son House kind of stuff, you're talking about a couple steps up from field recordings. Great stuff.

The deeper I get into the Blues, the more my respect grows for Willie Dixon. He didn't break out as a big star as a performer, but his fingerprints are all over the Blues. He was a starmaker, who wrote and co-wrote dozens of enduring classics. Industry giants like Howling Wolf, Muddy Waters and many others owe a lot to him.

---I didn't realize that he was so instrumental to Cobra and Chess records. I didn't ever associate him with Bo Diddly, Buddy Guy or Otis Rush. I just thought of him as another blues man. Thanks for the heads up. The more I learn the smarter I ain't.
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Old 01-29-2006, 02:31 AM   #1404
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Good stuff there quiettiger.

Rodrigo is another good classical guitarist if you like Segovia.

If you are interested in avant-garde classical music, Philip Glass is interesting. He's not for everyone though.
How do you even describe Phillip Glass? His stuff with Ravi Shankar. I don't have any point of reference for this. It's why I liked Bagtra for awhile. It's a flavor of Indian trance music. I really don't know the difference between trance, house and club but it's as close a description as I have.
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Old 01-29-2006, 03:10 AM   #1405
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I seriously just picked up this CD today and was going to post it in here with a comment like "I bet LABF will appreciate this."

"All Blues" is burning. VINNIE! And Jeff Porcaro! I'm in heaven.

Yeah baby!

Starting the chant:

Vin-knee, Vin-knee, Vin-knee!

BTW, Steve Lukather is burning some faces off here too, is he not?

P.S. The follow-up is even better, IMO:



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Old 01-29-2006, 03:16 AM   #1406
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In an AOR mood...

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Old 01-29-2006, 06:12 AM   #1407
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(head exploding)

All this new information. I feel like I've been in a music vortex.

I am amazed at the number of small fusion bands out there that are comprised of some really good studio players or guys who have been around.

I did not realize that all jazz roads lead through Miles Davis. How do even begin to comprehend his influence and impact?

I have to stop pretending I don't love metal. I guess it snuck up on me. No wonder McLaughlin swore off the stuff.

Music is the purest conversation you'll never have.

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Old 01-29-2006, 07:01 AM   #1408
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Anubis ever heard of Necrophagist?

Insane ****.

Oh yea, got a couple of their albums.
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Old 01-29-2006, 10:52 AM   #1409
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Of course, it has my theme song A.D.I.D.A.S.
Even people that hate Korn has to like that song, its great.

Personally, my favorite is Good God on that CD, Kill you Mr. Rogers and ADIDAS follwing in suit, but that whole CD is great.

Any new word on the new In Flames CD? I can't wait for it to come out.
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Old 01-29-2006, 10:53 AM   #1410
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Yeah baby!

Starting the chant:

Vin-knee, Vin-knee, Vin-knee!

BTW, Steve Lukather is burning some faces off here too, is he not?
The whole group is. I was thrilled to find out that it was Will Lee on bass. I love his playing.
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Old 01-29-2006, 11:00 AM   #1411
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Korn is all about their sound.

When I heard the intro to life is peachy, I knew it was gonna be a pretty "evil" album.
Same here, I wanted to see if Korn could hit it as big with Life is Peachy as they did with their self-titled debut, and as soon as I heard Twist then I knew it was going to be an awesome CD.

The Korn CD is pretty decent, but I really wish that somehow they could bring back their old sound of the first 2 CD's, follow the leader was just so damn different that it took me awhile to warm up to it, then Issues came out and it was darker than FTL(obviously, since FTL was a pop album for Korn's standards) but it still wasn't very good.

Untouchables was a nice step up from the last 2 Korn CD's(FTL and Issues) but still had that kind of pop-ish sound to it, but I really liked Take a look in the mirror(thought it was their best CD since Life is Peachy and was the closest that they came to their original sound.)

While Korn is still one of my favorite bands, I urn for them to come out with a CD that is just like Life is Peachy, I want them to go back to the hard edge rock with Jonathan Davis just screaming about how much he ****ing hates everything, those were the Korn days.
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Old 01-29-2006, 01:02 PM   #1412
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Same here, I wanted to see if Korn could hit it as big with Life is Peachy as they did with their self-titled debut, and as soon as I heard Twist then I knew it was going to be an awesome CD.

The Korn CD is pretty decent, but I really wish that somehow they could bring back their old sound of the first 2 CD's, follow the leader was just so damn different that it took me awhile to warm up to it, then Issues came out and it was darker than FTL(obviously, since FTL was a pop album for Korn's standards) but it still wasn't very good.

Untouchables was a nice step up from the last 2 Korn CD's(FTL and Issues) but still had that kind of pop-ish sound to it, but I really liked Take a look in the mirror(thought it was their best CD since Life is Peachy and was the closest that they came to their original sound.)

While Korn is still one of my favorite bands, I urn for them to come out with a CD that is just like Life is Peachy, I want them to go back to the hard edge rock with Jonathan Davis just screaming about how much he ****ing hates everything, those were the Korn days.
Hardly my favorite band now, but it's pretty awesome for getting psyched out for occasions.

Almost anyone song from the first two CD do the trick for me.
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Hardly my favorite band now, but it's pretty awesome for getting psyched out for occasions.

Almost anyone song from the first two CD do the trick for me.
Korn and Mudvayne are on tour right now, and I'd honestly go to that concert for Mudvayne moreso than Korn.

1 being that they'll probably play a lot of newer stuff which I wouldnt like as much, 2 is that I've seen Korn in concert before but never seen Mudvayne.
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Old 01-29-2006, 03:42 PM   #1414
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The whole group is. I was thrilled to find out that it was Will Lee on bass. I love his playing.
Will is a bad motherf_cker.

Most people only know him as the bass player in the David Letterman Show band.

There's a guy named John Pena who plays bass on Los Lobotomys' follow-up CD ("Candyman") who is just an animal - funk and fusion chops for days.

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Old 01-29-2006, 03:55 PM   #1415
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Does anyone here have any Flogging Molly's CD's?? I was recently introduced to a few songs and I thought they were great.

It's Irish traditional folksy music mixed with punk. Sounded real cool to me.

If anyone would burn me some of their CD's, I'd be happy to make some Broncos game copies for you.

Dave King, who was the lead singer for Fastway back in the early to mid 80's, is the singer of this band.

Fastway was my first band I ever saw live since they opened up for AC/DC on their Flick of the Switch tour in either 82 or 83. Since Fastway opened, they were my first live band ever. I loved Fastway's first two records as well.

And now nearly 25 years later Dave King is singing Irish Folk-Punk Rock.
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Old 01-29-2006, 05:00 PM   #1416
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Old 01-29-2006, 10:39 PM   #1417
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Old 01-29-2006, 10:43 PM   #1418
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Old 01-30-2006, 08:34 AM   #1419
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Does anyone here have any Flogging Molly's CD's?? I was recently introduced to a few songs and I thought they were great.

It's Irish traditional folksy music mixed with punk. Sounded real cool to me.

If anyone would burn me some of their CD's, I'd be happy to make some Broncos game copies for you.

Dave King, who was the lead singer for Fastway back in the early to mid 80's, is the singer of this band.

Fastway was my first band I ever saw live since they opened up for AC/DC on their Flick of the Switch tour in either 82 or 83. Since Fastway opened, they were my first live band ever. I loved Fastway's first two records as well.

And now nearly 25 years later Dave King is singing Irish Folk-Punk Rock.
You know, I've never heard any Molly's that I can recall....is this like The Pogues B?
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Old 01-30-2006, 09:29 AM   #1420
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floggin molly's is good, i found about them from a skate tape
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Old 01-30-2006, 10:13 AM   #1421
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Hardly my favorite band now, but it's pretty awesome for getting psyched out for occasions.

Almost anyone song from the first two CD do the trick for me.

That is how I feel as well. I really stopped listening to them when I did security (fraternity fund raiser) for the family values tour with them, Limp Bizkit, and Rammstein (great live). I was at the backstage area and by the loading dock making sure fans didn't sneak in. After having one of the groupies from Rammstein feel sorry for me an getting some drinks, I was having a great time.

Right after the show ended, I had to stay watch over the main entrance and make sure all the kids didn't rush in. All these kids were about 14-15 and one of the roadies for Korn came out to talk to them. He looked at me and told me to leave, I told him no. He said he needs to ask the fans something that as a security guard, I shouldn't hear. I told him that he was either going to have to ask them there or leave. He started yelling to the kids that Korn needs some coke and for any drug dealer to come up to him.

Dropped my views of the big time. I get that they are in a band and do that stuff but there are others ways to have gone about that then yelling it into a crowd of fans....


I did get to the dressing room and had a beer with them, orgy, rammstein.....
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Old 01-30-2006, 10:24 AM   #1422
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That is how I feel as well. I really stopped listening to them when I did security (fraternity fund raiser) for the family values tour with them, Limp Bizkit, and Rammstein (great live). I was at the backstage area and by the loading dock making sure fans didn't sneak in. After having one of the groupies from Rammstein feel sorry for me an getting some drinks, I was having a great time.

Right after the show ended, I had to stay watch over the main entrance and make sure all the kids didn't rush in. All these kids were about 14-15 and one of the roadies for Korn came out to talk to them. He looked at me and told me to leave, I told him no. He said he needs to ask the fans something that as a security guard, I shouldn't hear. I told him that he was either going to have to ask them there or leave. He started yelling to the kids that Korn needs some coke and for any drug dealer to come up to him.

Dropped my views of the big time. I get that they are in a band and do that stuff but there are others ways to have gone about that then yelling it into a crowd of fans....


I did get to the dressing room and had a beer with them, orgy, rammstein.....
yeah...especially when the fans are a bunch of kids.

I know that one of those guys quit that band to commit time to his family and lead a more responsible life. I think that it was the guitar player, but Im not sure which one.
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yeah...especially when the fans are a bunch of kids.

I know that one of those guys quit that band to commit time to his family and lead a more responsible life. I think that it was the guitar player, but Im not sure which one.

it was Head...
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Hogan, probably closer to Black 47, who I used to see in Manhattan occasionally. I'm not much of music seeker per se, but I am Irish and did love Fastway, so I was intrigued to give Dave King's new band a shot. I dig the sound.

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Hogan, probably closer to Black 47, who I used to see in Manhattan occasionally. I'm not much of music seeker per se, but I am Irish and did love Fastway, so I was intrigued to give Dave King's new band a shot. I dig the sound.

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