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Muzz

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That vocalising of riffs and the whole one string speed picking is so much like dick dale...without the reverb...seriously... :D

Check out the effects "table"...hahahaa

Everyone has to go through this...

Have you guys ever heard that bootleg studio tape though of the old 60's english group the Troggs trying to make the followup to "wild thing"...it's a scream...they are literally coming to blows trying to teach the drummer...but he seemed to be the only one who could play the beat in the first place. Every time they'e go...no, no no, like this...and then tap out something completely different...in the end it came to blows!!!!! Language warning!

'The Troggs Tapes' is an infamous compilation of studio chat said to have inspired the Spinal Tap rockumentary. The British pop band, led by millionaire crop-circle enthusiast Reg Presley and famous for Wild Thing and Love Is All Around, became the subject of cult fame with The Troggs Tapes. These recordings, available on bootleg, were made during a session and display, according to The Penguin Encyclopaedia of Popular Music, "instrumental incompetence, mutual recrimination and much foul language". They inspired the sequence in which Tufnel and St Hubbins have their row in the Rainbow Trout Recording Studio.

It looks like this site has a link to them...Troggs Tapes...I'll have to relive my band days by having a listen later. When things got really bad, someone brought a tape of this along and the band would get drunk and roll about laughing...then go bak to shouting at each other again!!!!

Them were the days...Rock'n'roll...which way to the stage!!!

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mcheck thi out...gotta give those guys credit...aw4some attitudes towards the fans...

UI would love to be ib that dudes place

That is fantastic isn't it, there are not many bands that would take the time to let a fan jam with them, that dude can play and he got a great story to tell that day.

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mcheck thi out...gotta give those guys credit...aw4some attitudes towards the fans...

UI would love to be ib that dudes place

That is fantastic isn't it, there are not many bands that would take the time to let a fan jam with them, that dude can play and he got a great story to tell that day.

Looks like they have done quite a bit of that....really cool.

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It was great to hear what different forum members got out of this album.

If you get a chance check out some of these tracks out for guitar practice,

Redemption/Shadows Fall

Tired of Waiting/ Honeymoon Suite

Last Train Home/ Lost Prophets

Snakes and Foxes/ Epicure

Sleep/ Azure Ray

And All Things Will End/ Avenged Sevenfold

Warriors of Time/ Black Tide

Rain City/ Turin Brakes

Lips Like Morphine/ Kill Hannah

My People/ The Presets

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And an all time classic wailing guitar album for those that like to funk it up - Dancing on Coals/ Bang Tango :D

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Ok so I felt like giveing these guys another chance after reading this thread. So I picked up a copy of Death Magnetic for 15.00 bucks and I gota say that Im still not a big fan of there new style, BUT what is cool is that the tunes where good and the life seems to have come back in to the band a bit. So not for me but still cool that they can keep on with it and still be a kick ass band for the kids these days

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Yeah, this album is a big step in the right direction, I can't listen to St. Anger, I don't think I am the only one and Death Magnetic is going to help a lot of fans get over that dissapointment and win some new younger fans.

When I was listening to the cool intro on Unforgiven III, I thought heaps of metal acts have a huge range of musical styles that they dip into, I like when metal bands switch between balls to the wall and quiet and melodic, how come it never goes the other way. Just once I would love to be listening to Enya, Michael Buble or John Williams and they break out into detuned distortion :D

Nevertheless some classical musicians can rock, just listen to the Scorpions with the Berlin Philharmonic on Rock You Like a Hurricane.

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