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    I fucking love Cradle of Filth.

    Listening to a lot of Amon Amarth at the moment. Brilliant stuff and just a little tiny bit Viking, but you really wouldn't notice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    Somewhere In Time by Iron Maiden.
    My favourite Maiden song is on that album. Wasted Years.

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    This just came up on a random selection in Spotify. Just one of those perfect pop songs



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    Simon & Garfunkel 'Sound of Silence' was good, but this is better

    This year we will mainly be conquering Europe

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    Johnnie Walker's Rock Show on Radio 2 (& I know that this is a bit mainstream)

    An hour of the life & times of Led Zeppelin - talky bits with Page, Plant et al plus some really good music

    I know why I don't bother with moving images that often
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    Back behind the (electric) drumkit tonight, first time in about 8 months that I have played drums and I've played along to Faith no More "King for a day, Fool for a Lifetime" and some Pearl Jam
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    I honestly didn't think people were that stupid...

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    The Americans - I'll Be Yours

    Really like this album - one of their songs came on my Discover Weekly the other day so I thought I'd give their album a go. Nice Americana/roots type stuff.
    "The trouble with quotes on the internet is that it's difficult to determine whether or not they are genuine" - Abraham Lincoln

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    Listening to a lot of Amon Amarth at the moment. Brilliant stuff and just a little tiny bit Viking, but you really wouldn't notice.
    you wouldn't notice?! I don't think you've been listening particularly closely, mate.

    Prediction of Warefare is still one of my all-time fav metal songs. that whole album (With Oden on Our Side) is pretty good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post

    Listening to a lot of Amon Amarth at the moment. Brilliant stuff and just a little tiny bit Viking, but you really wouldn't notice.
    Don't know if you've seen them live but it's full on Viking ship on stage and swilling mead from a horn. Awesome stuff.

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    Was front row when they headlined bloodstock. Absolutely brilliant show.
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    that sounds rad as hell.
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    bloodstock is a great festival of the VERY heavy about ten miles from Wolverhampton (well maybe twenty). I have been a couple of times. A great weekend that normally takes a week to recover from.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    I fucking love Cradle of Filth.

    Listening to a lot of Amon Amarth at the moment. Brilliant stuff and just a little tiny bit Viking, but you really wouldn't notice.
    I supported Amon Amarth in Derry city 15 years ago. Mad scenes, the singer drank red wine from a cattle horn.
    Plus it was Bloody Sunday anniversary and there was a huge amount of tension in the city.
    Our gig ran over time and the venue was turning into a nightclub at midnight, so once all the metallers got outside, we.were greeted by hundreds of booing rave kids. Once the bottles started flying we ducked into the nearest cab
    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post

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    Had a frustrating day at work yesterday that left me feeling quite annoyed/angry.
    Decided to pop a bit of happy music on. So White Zombie's Astro Creep 2000 was played very loud in the car on the way to a bowls match I almost forgot about.
    Where was the kaboom? There was supposed to be an earth shattering kaboom!

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    After seeing a discussion on Twitter regarding Birdhouse in your Soul I am now listening to They Might Be Giants. Flood is one of the oddest albums ever made...and I love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    After seeing a discussion on Twitter regarding Birdhouse in your Soul I am now listening to They Might Be Giants. Flood is one of the oddest albums ever made...and I love it
    You do surprise me

    TMBG did a thing similar to underworld twice, through 2015 and again in 2018 where they wrote and released a song every week. They actually did the whole 52 brand new songs too, unlike UW who are closer to around 40 new tracks with rare stuff inbetween. Saw the other day TMBG have been going since 1982! that's some longetivity!
    Where was the kaboom? There was supposed to be an earth shattering kaboom!

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    First record I ever bought (second hand & cheap). Why - who knows (it was a long time ago)



    Had an extraordinary voice though.
    This year we will mainly be conquering Europe

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