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#31:  Author: Hubbs PostPosted: Sat 04 Oct, 2003
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I have some tpye of story, others might be intrested in, but just remember you dont have to like metal to read it.
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The concert began receiving international attention when it was revealed there would be a “live suicide” carried out at the event by a terminally ill Euthanasia Society member.
This story is happening in Northern Florida, i heard it on the news Yesterday, look at the link its self explanatory 8D http://hellonearth.net/

Move over Dr. Death, Hell on Earth is here for your assiatance neutral Scary Stuff rolleyes

#32:  Author: Hubbs PostPosted: Sat 04 Oct, 2003
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I sthis normal in the World??? help!

#33:  Author: Hubbs PostPosted: Sun 26 Oct, 2003
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Howdy, its been a bit since i made anything on this htread, but im mainly here now to tell you. If you like Primus, and if you don't know about there new ablum by now click this user http://www.primussucks.com/index2.html
Thats what i've been hooked on lately, great ablum/dvd, they did'nt create a whole thing. BUT the career spanning dvd is well worth your purchase grin . The original 3 members are together again after 6years, and this is there best work yet. If your really intrested to hear any of it, just roam the site i gave, they have some mp3's you can listen to. I think the song Pilchers Squad is the only song you hear from start to finish .

Other than that, just listening to APC (A perfect Circle) check this link out if your intrested at all http://www.aperfectcircle.com Thats all i have from my music world, seeya later bye

#34:  Author: Hubbs PostPosted: Thu 13 Nov, 2003
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Just lately i went to a great concert. I saw A Perfect Circle, for the 3rd time. They once again had a great performance; i think it was the best yet. The only bad thing, yet it was a good thing at the same time, it rained through out the whole concert. I like this band alot, because they arent to hooked on visuals or anything. They just play a great show, and a excellent set. I think this show was the best out of 3 because, they had alot of new and different songs they could of played, the 2nd show they played mostly everything from the first album, but alot of covers, because they needed to fill their time frame. The 1st time i saw them they had a real short set, like 30 minutes, so i missed about 25minutes of it, and saw the last song. It was kinda of weird though how the rained stoped when they played Weak and Powerless, but as the show progressed and grew harder, so did the rain. It was an odd coincidence and affect, because with this band, every song starts of slow, and grows bigger, louder, and better. If you have the chance to see this band, go for it! You might be missing out

#35:  Author: Hubbs PostPosted: Wed 31 Dec, 2003
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I havent been on this thread in a bit of time, seems like about 2 months. Besides the fact i have another band i want to share if you havent heard of them yet. The name of the band is George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic. I never heard of any of there music, until the ride to Miami, it sounded funky and i had no idea what i was in for. The show started at midnight, and they had an opening act so i had some beers before i went. Im never to big on the opening acts, i like to use my time wisely.(get drunk!) We got to the show around 12:45-1 am, and the Parliament Funk just started jamming. Once they hit stage and got the crowd moving, it just brought a big smile to my face. The songs are very long, and they have lots of solos and great vibes. Funk is great, i never knew in what ways you can play that style of music. This band had alot of talent, and they performed over 3hours. The band was on till 5am, George Clinton shows up after the 3rd song or so, but these songs play out to be 20 minutes long or even longer. This band played so hard with all different instruments they sound as hard as metal, they switch as peaceful to classic rock(like Floyd), and as Funky as James Brown all at the same time. I never dance and head banged at a concert before, this is probably one of the most unique concerts i been to. I just wanted to get that off my chest ^^ . If you heard of this band or anything like it, shed some light. I think i found a new Genre of music that i really enjoy smile

#36:  Author: DJ Lucid PostPosted: Thu 01 Jan, 2004
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I went to see Pantera on their Reinventing the Steel tour 2000 and it was the 1st proper gig I'd ever been to. I thought that it was excellent, it's a shame that I'm not gonna have a chance to see them again. I recently saw Machine Head and I saw Metallica for the 2nd time just before Christmas. Before I saw Metallica at Reading Festival in August I thought that Pantera were the heaviest band I'd ever heard - excluding styles like Cannibal Corpse etc. - but the sound that Metallica make is so good. Although I don't think Metallica's new stuff is so good, both times I've seen them they played mostly their old classics - and they have so many to choose from! I much prefer to go and listen to metal live though and wouldn't normally listen to it on CD.

#37:  Author: Hubbs PostPosted: Sat 10 Jan, 2004
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DJ Lucid wrote:
I went to see Pantera on their Reinventing the Steel tour 2000 and it was the 1st proper gig I'd ever been to. I thought that it was excellent, it's a shame that I'm not gonna have a chance to see them again. I recently saw Machine Head and I saw Metallica for the 2nd time just before Christmas. Before I saw Metallica at Reading Festival in August I thought that Pantera were the heaviest band I'd ever heard - excluding styles like Cannibal Corpse etc. - but the sound that Metallica make is so good. Although I don't think Metallica's new stuff is so good, both times I've seen them they played mostly their old classics - and they have so many to choose from! I much prefer to go and listen to metal live though and wouldn't normally listen to it on CD.


I also had the chance to go to that tour, (the last tour)Very great i saw them twice befor ethey completely broken up. Its a pitty that it happened, but im sure they'll have a reunion some day. I think the main reason why the leader singer seperated from the band, b/c he felt threaten towards the music world, and he didnt want to put him self out of business. In America, there isnt a lot of main metal or heavy metal anymore. All those groups are kinda of old, so Phil from Pantera figure to start other bands even harder and raw then Pantera. I honestly like Pantera better, but i like the idea of having new music, so i cant complain. Not only that but Superjoint Ritual is really good, if you can handle hardcore Metal. The first alum was great and not only that it was created over 10 years ago. Just recently i bought the new SuperJoint cd "A Lethal Dose of American Hatred" this ablum is inncreddible. Not only that, but the other half of Pantera is releasing another prject or band. I think it's something to look forward to in my case, b/c it has the drummer/guitarist of pantera.

Im not a big fan of Metallica to much, it never attracted my attention, i like some of there old songs, but its hard to say. I always liked Slayer better, i figure that's the band Metallica was trying to focus to be in there main stream career, now-a-days they just really suck overspannen (no offense)

Well im looking forward to seeing new product from these old bnands, Not only that but any NIN fans, i heard that the new Ablum Bleedthrough will be releasing soon, and its the most anticipated album of the year. I cant wait, i love NIN grin Thats about it, in my music world, feel free to comment, or share.

#38:  Author: fabi the underachiever PostPosted: Sat 10 Jan, 2004
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I just really hope that NIN album won't suck. I am not really anticipating it anymore, so at least I won't feel disappointed when I don't like it. I will however feel blown away if it rocks, since my expectations are pretty much non-existant... ^^

#39:  Author: Neo PostPosted: Sun 11 Jan, 2004
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Well I'm still exploring music. I do like Metal, but the only bands I know I like for sure so far are:

Metallica (Not their new crap, St. Anger doesnt even have any guitar solos! Kill em All, Ride The Lightning, Master of Puppets and maybe And Justice for All and the black album..)

System of a Down (Really good sound, I think. I like their first album the best as its the hardest, but the other two are okay.)

AC/DC (Still exploring them, but so far Back in Black kicks ***.)

EDIT: Any recommendations?

#40:  Author: Hubbs PostPosted: Sun 11 Jan, 2004
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fabi the underachiever wrote:
I just really hope that NIN album won't suck. I am not really anticipating it anymore, so at least I won't feel disappointed when I don't like it. I will however feel blown away if it rocks, since my expectations are pretty much non-existant... ^^



That's how it always is, with this band. I had no idea what to think about the Fragile. After i listen to the whole ablum inside and out, i loved it. its actually one of my favorites ablums wink . I still listen to the same ablum to this day :D . I have no idea what to think of this next one. I'm sure its gonna be promising grin

#41:  Author: Hubbs PostPosted: Fri 16 Jan, 2004
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Neo wrote:
Well I'm still exploring music. I do like Metal, but the only bands I know I like for sure so far are:

Metallica (Not their new crap, St. Anger doesnt even have any guitar solos! Kill em All, Ride The Lightning, Master of Puppets and maybe And Justice for All and the black album..)

System of a Down (Really good sound, I think. I like their first album the best as its the hardest, but the other two are okay.)

AC/DC (Still exploring them, but so far Back in Black kicks ***.)

EDIT: Any recommendations?


I have some, but i m not sure what you like exactly. If you tend to like ACDC, I guess you might like other classic Rock. As in for metal, i dont listen to much of mainstream. Ever had the chance to listen to Tool? They start off slow(depends what album) and they progress into a real hard metal. Pantera is always great, its like the classic Rock of metal grin I've been listening to A Perfect Circle alot, Primus also. Superjoint has been on my plate for some time. But i've been slowing down a little listening to funky music, and slower music, for an example George Clinton and the Paliament Funkadelics. My friend Hulk just gave me a ton of new cds, there all underrated bands. Stuff like Clutch, Melvins, Underworld Soundtrack, Gov't Mule, TomaHawk, Prong, and alot of other ones. I havent had the chance to listen to all of them yet, but i had the chance to listen to some. I like the Underworld soundtrack alot wink , the producer of the ablum is apart of NIN. His name is Danny Lohner, he does alot for these bands, and he did create a great soundtrack. It even has David Bowie on it 8D , Skinny Puppy too for all those old industrial fans.

So lets see, if you like System of a Down, try listening to Primus, there fast, not as hard, but they can get hard. Sounds a tad strange at first, but after some time you'll discover this band has lots of talent.
If you never listen to Pantera, you should give them a chance, great hard music. I would recommend Slayer over Metallica, but that's just a preference, its hard to listen to Slayer. All they sing about is corruption, death, religion, all the bad things life has to offer, there such a great band. Metallica is like the clean version of them, i notice though that Saint Anger tend to sound like a little like Slayer, when all the guitars start blaring. Give those bands a chance, and if they dont work out, come back and i can recommend some more wink I listen to, to much music, and i Love it! ^^

#42:  Author: Neo PostPosted: Fri 16 Jan, 2004
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Okay so thats:
Tool
Pantera
A Perfect Circle
Primus
Superjoint
George Clinton and the Paliament Funkadelics
Clutch
Melvins
Gov't Mule
TomaHawk
Prong
Slayer

*Runs off*
"To the the illegal downloading!"

#43:  Author: Hubbs PostPosted: Fri 16 Jan, 2004
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Neo wrote:
Okay so thats:
Tool
Pantera
A Perfect Circle
Primus
Superjoint
George Clinton and the Paliament Funkadelics
Clutch
Melvins
Gov't Mule
TomaHawk
Prong

Slayer

*Runs off*
"To the the illegal downloading!"


That's a start if your opened for music grin , everything in Red, im not 100% sure, i havent listen to much of them. I just got about 15 cd's and there apart of them, i listened to some of it, it didnt seem bad, but im not sure if its a keeper or not overspannen smile Everything in blue, i give a fair share almost every day. I have alot of cd's so i can never decide, variety is the greatest spice in life wink Once you get a chance Neo to listen to them, tell me what you think.

#44:  Author: Neo PostPosted: Sat 17 Jan, 2004
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Cant talk long, but I was just flipping through channels and I saw Sponge Bob but there was like a heavy guitar playing in the background! Then it said Musical Guest Pantera!!! Gotta go watch, be back when its over!

#45:  Author: Neo PostPosted: Sat 17 Jan, 2004
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It wasn't as I expected, I thought that they would have Pantera accually in it, lol, but they just had the music, it did sound pretty good though!



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