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PostPosted: Thu Mar 09, 2006 3:19 pm 
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I hear some of you have forgotten how to rock. How sad. But, never fear. I am here to help. :D

Anyway...HOWDY!


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 09, 2006 3:25 pm 
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Hey ROCK.
So... what kind of rock?
Cock rock?
Acid rock?
Igneous rock?

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Igneous rock! Hahahhaaa!! You made Rock laugh. That is good.

One part power metal, one part stoner/doom and a vocalist who can actually sing is my *current* cocktail of choice.

Bottoms up!


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You know the band SOiL?
Kinda clasic metal sound.

I used to work with Tim, the bassist.
Even jammed with him once, but our styles are so different, it just didn't work out.

Still, a real damn nice guy. And if you like classic metal, I suggest some SOiL to ya. The original singer wanted a bit too much to be James Hetfield, but they's still pretty damn good.

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 09, 2006 3:39 pm 
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Soil, eh? Not much info on them at the aLlMuSiC oracle. I'll make a note of them, and that you said they rock.

Let me toss out a name: Grand Magus (www.grandmagus.com)

I think there are some mp3s at their site if you wish to partake, Todd.


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Watch out for paper.

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Drinky wrote:
Watch out for paper.


Thanks for the advice. :wink:


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I guess we know why there is no one here named "scissors".

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I sense another Opeth fan in our mist. Welcome.


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Thanks for the welcome, obners.

I like the latest Opeth GHOST REVERIES. Have you heard that one? One of the main things I like about it is less growling. I'm not big on the growling; I'm kind of old school that way. Do you like Orange Goblin?


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Don't know them... or much else stoner metal outside the big boys (Fu Manchu, Kyuss, Monster Magnet). Dig the stuff; it's just nor a priority.


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Sketch wrote:
Don't know them... or much else stoner metal outside the big boys (Fu Manchu, Kyuss, Monster Magnet). Dig the stuff; it's just nor a priority.


Okay, how about Hellfueled? It's like Ozzy/Zak Wilde turned up to 11. :) They have a website with mp3s methinks if you'd like to check it out. If you are strictly modern metal, it may not appeal.


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Bonjour, Rock. I'm all out of party appetizers, but feel free to go on a beer run for us. Where ya from? How'd ya find us?


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Aural Fixation wrote:
Bonjour, Rock. I'm all out of party appetizers, but feel free to go on a beer run for us. Where ya from? How'd ya find us?


I went to the cmj board, and saw a thread about coming here, so I did. Though this forum may be a bit too "indie" for me. We'll see. :wink:


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I always welcome the rock :rawk:

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paranoidandroid wrote:
I always welcome the rock :rawk:


Wise, you are. :twisted:


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grand magus!!!

i smell what you're cookin!!

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NOTHINGFACE wrote:
grand magus!!!

i smell what you're cookin!!


Woohoo!


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ROCK wrote:
Drinky wrote:
Watch out for paper.


Thanks for the advice. :wink:


Oh, I will cover you like there is no tommorow.


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paper wrote:
ROCK wrote:
Drinky wrote:
Watch out for paper.


Thanks for the advice. :wink:


Oh, I will cover you like there is no tommorow.


Help! Scissors!


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