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James...

Oh man...all 3 of those songs are very similar with no tune and  chord over and over.

OK, check this out and realize that the tune will change many times.. You may hate it, but I'm digging it for the last month or so.





Lol, I actually thought this was a Weird Al Yankovic pisstake in the opening few seconds!

Then I realized it was serious. Oh well, each to his own I guess....



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Up the irons, mate!  Maiden is truly one of my top all time bands..easily!


MAIDEN!!!!

The Trooper is the first record I ever bought



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The Trooper kicks major ass.

Stevie sucks major ass.


To ski or not to ski...that's not even a question.
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OK, peeps, Tobi and company are back with the amazing new Mystery of Time CD. Truly incredible.

Surprisingly, the first single and video is what they call their version of "pop". Call it whatever you want...I call it kickass new Avantasia!!

YES!!!!  Enjoy and become enlightened.





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Anthrax - Among The Living
Faith No More - The Real Thing
Helmet - Aftertaste
Judas Priest  - Painkiller
Megadeth - Countdown To Extinction
System of a Down - Mezmerize/Hypnotize
Iron Maiden - Selftitled
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Quoted from Penoyer79
Faith No More - The Real Thing
Judas Priest  - Painkiller


Yes.


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Quoted from Dreamscale
OK, peeps, Tobi and company are back with the amazing new Mystery of Time CD. Truly incredible.

Surprisingly, the first single and video is what they call their version of "pop". Call it whatever you want...I call it kickass new Avantasia!!

YES!!!!  Enjoy and become enlightened.





God, screenwriters in general have a great taste in music... Or maybe it's just you, Jeff

Seriously cool song.


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Good to hear, Dan.  Very few share my taste for Eastern European Operatic Symphonic Melodic Power Metal...but more should!  


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OK, peeps, Tobi and company are back with the amazing new Mystery of Time CD. Truly incredible.

Surprisingly, the first single and video is what they call their version of "pop". Call it whatever you want...I call it kickass new Avantasia!!

YES!!!!  Enjoy and become enlightened.





Very apt title. I walked to my bedroom and went to sleep about a minute in...



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Very apt title. I walked to my bedroom and went to sleep about a minute in...


Dude...that's funny.  You fucker!  You gave up too quickly.  Nice guitar solo in there.

What are you listening to?  The Cheetles?


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Dude...that's funny.  You fucker!  You gave up too quickly.  Nice guitar solo in there.

What are you listening to?  The Cheetles?


Lol, bro! Actually that song could work in the BG of Fort Hell!


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NICE!!!!


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Deftones - Around the Fur
Deftones - Selftitled
Deftones - Saturday Night Wrist
Deftones - White Pony

Miss you Chi Cheng!  R.I.P. and thanks for all the great music over the years.


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Deftones - Around the Fur
Deftones - Selftitled
Deftones - Saturday Night Wrist
Deftones - White Pony

Miss you Chi Cheng!  R.I.P. and thanks for all the great music over the years.


R.I.P. Very sad indeed but the guy undoubtably passed very much loved and supported by family, friends, and fans all over the world. Just check Facebook.

Around the Fur was one of the first albums I ever bought and I think it's one of the only albums of its style that's held up over the years. Deftones have continued to expand and mature over time and will continue to do so with Chi's legacy more than secured.


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Amazing how much my taste has changed since I started this thread. Nowadays I pretty much listen exclusively to blues - Joe Bonamassa, Susan Tedeschi, Derek Trucks, Warren Haynes and Gov't Mule, SRV, Clapton, Walter Trout, Johnny Winter, Tinsley Ellis, Screaming Cheetah Wheelies, of course the Allman Brothers, add in some Van Morrison on occasion, and I'm just starting to get into Phish.

If I'm in a Pink Floyd kind of mood I'll listen to Blackfield, Riverside, Steven Wilson, Opeth, Porcupine Tree, or Marillion or Peter Gabriel era Genesis.


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