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About Styrbjorn

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  • Birthday 03/31/1962

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  1. Any one before 1973, when Plant could actually sing it.
  2. It sure as hell wasn't the 11th. I was there for both.
  3. Basically a tired, bored and lacklustre performance. I've heard dry soundboards by other bands that show exactly how atrocious that gig was. Page's solo in No Quarter is excruciating to listen to - absolute torture.
  4. Mobile, '73.
  5. And knowing them, a very small portion indeed. Not a band known for the philanthropic gesture....
  6. Dave's understatement and restraint are admirable.
  7. I was there on the 4th. It was a good show but nowhere near the Earls Court show I attended in '75.
  8. Jimmy is definitely a Satanist though. I used to own the property opposite his London residence, The Tower House. He could often be seen on a Friday night carrying a goat under each arm ready for sacrifice.
  9. He's actually from Atlantis.
  10. She's been dead for years...
  11. When is the paperback out? *Laughing*
  12. Sadly a few clips is all there is. Footage of the early days is sparse unfortunately.
  13. *Looks for the "P*ssing himself laughing" emoticon.* Time to get your ears syringed I think.
  14. What was punk? In a word. Necessary
  15. Yes, Cozy Powell is indeed dead. Died in a car accident if memory serves. So...... dead drummers eh? That can finish a band.