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    Yee haaa!
    Let's rodeo!

    Was listening to some Stompin' Tom, "Bud the Spud, The Ketchup Song" which led me into Homegrown Tomatoes which led me to this.

    Good stuff.
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    Been listening to older Greenday,The Buzz Poets,And of course the greatest rock band in history Rush!

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    HELLO WISCONSIN!!!!!!!!

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    For the faithful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Statdawg View Post
    I am listening to the voices in my head with a background of Classical.

    Makes my brain feel good

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    Quote Originally Posted by wezul View Post
    Was listening to some Stompin' Tom, "Bud the Spud, The Ketchup Song" which led me into Homegrown Tomatoes which led me to this.

    Good stuff.
    Guy Clark sings one of my favorite lines



    HeÔÇÖs born in Spain and died in France
    He was not scared of baggy pants



    - Picasso's Mandolin

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    I love this album. Significance not just in time and space but how I viewed music as a whole.
    Maybe it was the incredible Sushi tonight (possibly one of the top 5 meals of my life and I know, ginger and wasabi sometimes has that effect) but I have not heard music made like this in a long time. When you heard this album the first time, there was no mistake, you found something new.

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    Late last night
    I was speaking with my wife again
    When she turned into a momur again
    Tried to put me uptight again
    She took me favorite guitar
    And she smashed it on the floor
    When she danced around on top of it,
    I thought I might get sore
    Just a little bit
    sore . . . .

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    OK, here is a guy who went on to do a few TV soundtracks but this was his first band.
    Remember Thirtysomething?
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    Or maybe you remember this.

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    There are two things to aim at in life; first to get what you want, and after that to enjoy it. Only the wisest of mankind achieve the second. -Logan Pearsall Smith, essayist (1865-1946)

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    Yay Wezul!

    Love the first CTS album, but Safety in Numbers has to be my favorite!



    And speaking of Close to the Edge... just returned to a pass of Bill Bruford's first solo album.



    How can you beat this lineup?
    Bill Bruford, drums and percussion
    Dave Stewart, keyboards
    Allan Holdsworth, guitar
    Annette Peacock, vocals
    Jeff Berlin, bass

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    [QUOTE=crazydrummerdude;390771]Nope. I've been down with Opeth since they released Blackwater Park. Even met the guys. They're cool.

    Mayhem? Man, I'll bet we're some of the only ones in the MOA that know about bands like that. Haha. Can't say I really care for them, though. But, if you want some siiiiiick Scandinavian metal, check out Emperor, or specifically;
    QUOTE]

    Emperor is alright. What about Finntroll, Sentenced - both from Finland (some say that is Scandinavia, some not).

    Lately I am getting industrialized: Rammstein, Skinny Puppy, Frontline Assembly, Crystal Method, etc

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    I love me some early Alice Cooper. He had the best backing band hands down.
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    Here we are Jeff, can't go wrong with monsieur Strummer, Clash or Solo
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