Harmony Central Forums
Announcement Announcement Module
Collapse
No announcement yet.

Hendrix beats Elvis

Page Title Module
Move Remove Collapse









X
Conversation Detail Module
Collapse
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Hendrix beats Elvis

    "The Jimi Hendrix Experience's Valleys Of Neptune enters The Billboard 200 at #4, putting the rock legend back in the top five nearly 40 years after he died at the tragically young age of 27. No other artist has cracked the top five this long after his death. Elvis Presley is in second place. His Elvis: 2nd To None debuted at #3 in October 2003, a little more than 26 years after his death."


    Full story:
    http://new.music.yahoo.com/blogs/chart_watch/45886/week-ending-march-14-2010-hendrix-tops-elvis/
    My Guitars

    PRS Singlecut
    PRS CE24 w/ piezo
    Floyd LP
    Fender Stratocaster
    Lucero classical
    Yamaha FG312 12 string
    _______________________
    Counterparts-A Tribute to Rush
    Digital Men - my recording project

  • #2
    I'm pretty sure he would be much happier to win a contest that didn't involve choking to death on his own vomit.

    Comment


    • #3
      ^^^^^^^^^

      Hmmm ... Elvis died in a much more elegant manner.

      After a lengthy relationship with incontinence pads.

      WAY cooler.
      http://charlesshaarmurray.com/







      Originally Posted by Spike


      He's got his crust all stiff and upper with that nancy-boy accent. You Englishmen are all so ... bloody hell ... sodding, blimey, shagging, knickers, bollocks ... oh no, I'm ENGLISH!









      Originally Posted by Lucio


      everyone has different gear and stuff like this tends to be quite subjective.









      Originally Posted by Captain Jack Sparrow


      Gentlemen, I wash my hands of this weirdness.



      Honorary Granddaughter: FerdinandStrat

      Comment


      • #4
        HAHHAHAHAHHAA
        AxeFXII with these: Axis | BMG RS | Strat |N4| LP Classic | SG Classic | Sheraton | Tele

        Comment


        • #5
          ^^^^^^^^^

          Hmmm ... Elvis died in a much more elegant manner.

          After a lengthy relationship with incontinence pads.

          WAY cooler.


          I thought excessive continence was his downfall.
          Fast, clean and cheap.

          Comment


          • #6
            Full story:
            http://new.music.yahoo.com/blogs/chart_watch/45886/week-ending-march-14-2010-hendrix-tops-elvis/


            Just wait.

            Cirque du Soleil's Viva Elvis soundtrack could put Elvis on top...
            PLAY

            Alternate tunings blog

            Indépendantiste Québecois
            Athée intégriste

            Comment


            • #7
              Jimi's thirtieth posthumous release, er album.

              Comment


              • #8
                but what is the consensus on the album?
                epiphone 61 sg reissue
                tu 2
                jimi wah
                lil big muff

                vox AC30cc2

                Comment


                • #9
                  but what is the consensus on the album?
                  The tracks with Billy Cox really show how good he was. The rest of the album sounds like leftovers from Cry of Love.

                  Comment


                  • #10
                    Not to take anything from Jimi, he was a great guitar player...but as an entertainer, he was minor league compared to "The King".

                    And I'm a big of Jimi.

                    Hell even when the dude weighed in at... well very large... the women were still sending him their soiled panties. He had a presence that could not be denied.
                    Good Deals With:


                    Tweedledee, Yavin, Tube_Tone, Florbastang, emmerwood, cbh5150, cody4474, Slave2theAudio, magz76, leftside, woodyjunior, Dr. Scottie C, BrunoRod

                    Comment



                    Working...
                    X