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  • #16






    Quote Originally Posted by GRANKOR
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    One Hot Minute by RHCP springs to mind.




    Yeah, a great album. Quite an interesting listen. Also, it sounds great - the drums are punchy, the bass has depth and clarity, the songs have dynamics etc. After that record they became some of the worst victims of the loudness war, you just can't squash all the life out of a band like that.



    Mine are maybe of a slightly different taste to some here.



    U2 - Pop completely bombed in the US and didn't do very well here either, but I think it's a very cool record that sounds like a band living on the edge of their comfort zone.



    Bloc Party - A Weekend in the City Their first album was a breakthough instant hit here, then this one was felt to be a damp squib, the following album was thought of as a return to form. But for me the songs on this album are open and heartfelt, and I don't listen to it much because there are moments I find pretty damn emotional.



    REM - Up They lost their drummer before this record and most of their fans immediately after it I think. I guess I like the sound of bands that are struggling to find themselves again. Much more interesting than the 15th Pearl Jam album that still sounds quite like the first one.
    Originally Posted by telephant


    Tone is really half the argument. We both know ultimately it means nothing. Write a song. Write. A ****************ing. Song.



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    • #17






      Quote Originally Posted by GRANKOR
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      One Hot Minute by RHCP springs to mind.




      Yeah, a great album. Quite an interesting listen. Also, it sounds great - the drums are punchy, the bass has depth and clarity, the songs have dynamics etc. After that record they became some of the worst victims of the loudness war, you just can't squash all the life out of a band like that.



      Mine are maybe of a slightly different taste to some here.



      U2 - Pop completely bombed in the US and didn't do very well here either, but I think it's a very cool record that sounds like a band living on the edge of their comfort zone.



      Bloc Party - A Weekend in the City Their first album was a breakthough instant hit here, then this one was felt to be a damp squib, the following album was thought of as a return to form. But for me the songs on this album are open and heartfelt, and I don't listen to it much because there are moments I find pretty damn emotional.



      REM - Up They lost their drummer before this record and most of their fans immediately after it I think. I guess I like the sound of bands that are struggling to find themselves again. Much more interesting than the 15th Pearl Jam album that still sounds quite like the first one.
      Originally Posted by telephant


      Tone is really half the argument. We both know ultimately it means nothing. Write a song. Write. A ****************ing. Song.



      UK based band;
      http://www.captainhorizon.co.uk

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      • #18
        KISS - Music From The Elder
        my website - free licks - some of my music

        I offer online guitar lessons on Skype in different styles. Send me a PM if interested.

        check out my EP 'Sonic Sketches'

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        • #19
          KISS - Music From The Elder
          my website - free licks - some of my music

          I offer online guitar lessons on Skype in different styles. Send me a PM if interested.

          check out my EP 'Sonic Sketches'

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          • #20






            Quote Originally Posted by edthecat
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            Blind Melon: Soup




            See what pisses me off about that album is that "Soup" is not actually a track on there



            There's a killer version of it on the Woodstock 94 soundtrack
            Originally Posted by newbie chick


            My internet brilliance hinges on finding the critical balance point of pseudo-intelligence and snarky attitude.









            Originally Posted by skippydmongoose


            i like boobs. but after a little while, i'm ready to take the party downstairs









            Originally Posted by Mr. Awesome


            All my threads are 100% serious and life changing topics, I have no time for being funny.

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            • #21






              Quote Originally Posted by edthecat
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              Blind Melon: Soup




              See what pisses me off about that album is that "Soup" is not actually a track on there



              There's a killer version of it on the Woodstock 94 soundtrack
              Originally Posted by newbie chick


              My internet brilliance hinges on finding the critical balance point of pseudo-intelligence and snarky attitude.









              Originally Posted by skippydmongoose


              i like boobs. but after a little while, i'm ready to take the party downstairs









              Originally Posted by Mr. Awesome


              All my threads are 100% serious and life changing topics, I have no time for being funny.

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              • #22
                Gino Vannelli-Brother to Brother (1979!). One of my early influences and it still blows me away today. Thought it was Larry Carlton on guitar.

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                • #23
                  Gino Vannelli-Brother to Brother (1979!). One of my early influences and it still blows me away today. Thought it was Larry Carlton on guitar.

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                  • #24






                    Quote Originally Posted by GRANKOR
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                    Uplift Mofo Party Plan by RHCP springs to mind. A more rocking record than most of theirs but with some really good tracks. Inside The Torn Apart by Napalm Death too




                    Fixed.



                    For me, Down On The Floor-The Zulus. Long gone legends of the Boston underground. They never achieved commercial success. But they spawned a million othet bands.
                    Look how hard my heart hurts.
                    I need help, give me the works.







                    Originally Posted by Neilrocks25


                    I haven't been drunk on sale for a long time either.









                    Originally Posted by telephant


                    You sound like an uptight loser and I suspect you have a lot less friends than you claim. Also, your wife is probably a fatty.

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                    • #25






                      Quote Originally Posted by GRANKOR
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                      Uplift Mofo Party Plan by RHCP springs to mind. A more rocking record than most of theirs but with some really good tracks. Inside The Torn Apart by Napalm Death too




                      Fixed.



                      For me, Down On The Floor-The Zulus. Long gone legends of the Boston underground. They never achieved commercial success. But they spawned a million othet bands.
                      Look how hard my heart hurts.
                      I need help, give me the works.







                      Originally Posted by Neilrocks25


                      I haven't been drunk on sale for a long time either.









                      Originally Posted by telephant


                      You sound like an uptight loser and I suspect you have a lot less friends than you claim. Also, your wife is probably a fatty.

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                      • #26
                        Yup, I dont give a **************** what any one says...this album is awesome.






                        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftV_XepIwpo








                        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0aAA0KnlGo








                        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q86Z6Xw_C0w
                        Peavey ESP DiMarzio

                        I get my tubes from ValveQueen...you should too!!

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                        • #27
                          Yup, I dont give a **************** what any one says...this album is awesome.

























                          Peavey ESP DiMarzio

                          I get my tubes from ValveQueen...you should too!!

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                          • #28
                            KISS - Dynasty
                            PRS, Godin, Carvin, & Ibanez guitars
                            Digitech GSP1101/Control 2
                            Sennheiser G2 in-ear system









                            Originally Posted by DrakkarTyrannis


                            Ya'll n****s is gay

                            Cheers, Lucius.









                            Originally Posted by BrendanO


                            For real. Anomaly shreds not only his balls off, but the balls off two out of every five children born after 1992.



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                            • #29
                              KISS - Dynasty
                              PRS, Godin, Carvin, & Ibanez guitars
                              Digitech GSP1101/Control 2
                              Sennheiser G2 in-ear system









                              Originally Posted by DrakkarTyrannis


                              Ya'll n****s is gay

                              Cheers, Lucius.









                              Originally Posted by BrendanO


                              For real. Anomaly shreds not only his balls off, but the balls off two out of every five children born after 1992.



                              Band
                              YouTube
                              Facebook

                              Transactions with: OceansBetweenUs, eagertokill, rbasaria, outkastin2g, jonny_toetags, Findthetone, chriscnb, and CAC

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                              • #30
                                Elvis Costello-Mighty Like A Rose

                                Kiss-Music From the Elder

                                Queen-The Works

                                Ministry-Dark Side of the Spoon
                                It figures you wouldn't get it. "A Season in Hell" was a head of it's time. -Jimmy James

                                Good deals with: Adam Poland

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