Amon Amarth - Fate of Norns
Amon Amarth - Fate of Norns
Basic, universal rogue build advice
"Not in the face! Not in the faaaaaace!"
My most recents:
Souxsie - Kiss them for Me
Combichrist - Prince of E-ville
E Nomine - Das Tier in Mir
Lacuna Coil - Heaven's a Lie
Metallica - Sad But True
Point 3 - Disallowed
Dave Mathews - Gravedigger
Johnny Cash - God's Gonna Cut You Down
Leonard Cohen - Tower of Song
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Adumbrate, Sienn, Selket, Synaxis, Ognwe-, Halpin, Sivva, Bigstick, Jemus, ColichemardeOriginally Posted by Gunga
I like to watch Scooby Doo in the background. They have the best chase music... really gets me going... oh look, theres the creeper!
Three Dog Night
Grand Funk Railroad
Last night/this morning's insomnia playlist included: Beck, Edwyn Collins, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Robin Trower, Led Zep, Ella Fitzgerald, Muse, The Cult, Soundgarden, Temple of the Dog, Audioslave, Brad, US3, Dirty Vegas, Joe Bonamassa, and Chris Cornell.
Saw The Cult in... 89?... with Bonham... Ian Astbury.... drool.
(Edit: It appears the other link.... the video for "Fire Woman"... got eaten by a distant cousin of the cube, so I've removed the link.)
needed some laughs yesterday so i dug up this...
tenacious D 9/28/2001
...then i remembered it was sunday so i went and listened to the Rev.....
Robert Randolph 3/18/2003
.....and last night i felt kinda chill so i grooved a little.....
G love and SPecial SauCe 12/15/2007
....oh and this monring was a mandatory Marley morning......
Bob Marley 7/07/1975 (EXODUS!!!)
this thread should never die
Lots of great concerts, best memories....
Metallica with Suicidal Tendencies and
Grim Reaper/Armored Saint/Helloween
Metallica '89 (the cult got booed off the stage) - best Metallica show ive been too - seen them 8 times i think.
Lollapalooza '91 (1st one = street cred)
Primus opening for Public Enemy and Anthrax
"Damn his science is too tight..." - Professor Murder
One of them was at woodstock 94, unfortunately there were so many damn good sets at that show they don't rate very high in that context. (ex: Nails, RHCP, Peter Gabriel, Santana)
Although IMHO '92 had the best lineup, although '94 certainly gave it a run for its money, I mean Nick Cave making a rare appearance in North America = priceless.
Was anyone at the first Free Tibet show in DC where that chick got hit by lightning? Really killed my buzz I was seriously into that Herbie Hancock groove. (Also felt bad for the girl )
Been away today, just got home and put on these tunes :
DK : This could be anywhere
DK: Soup is good food
DK: A growing boy needs his lunch
DK: Holiday in Cambodia
( Been on a DK kick lately)
Electric Wizard: Master of Alchemy ( House of Whipcord, the Black Lotus)
Eva O : One by One
Front 242 : Circling overland
Skinny Puppy : Sleeping beast
Samhain : The Shift
Samhain : Unholy Passion
Mercenary - Isolation (The Lonliness in December)
Avenged Sevenfold - Seize The Day
dEFY - Happiness Wasn't For Me
Dream Theater - The Ministry of Lost Souls
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