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the chase

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  • Birthday 03/13/1963

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  1. Released 38 years ago today.. August 15, 1979.
  2. "Get" "over" "it"
  3. Thanks. You as well BledZabbath! Been a fan a long time. They're still one of my favorites
  4. Rest In Peace to Haruo Nakajima. 中島 春雄 (January 1, 1929 – August 7, 2017) He played Godzilla for twelve consecutive films, from Godzilla (1954) to Godzilla vs. Gigan (1972). From B Movie Mania on fb
  5. The vast majority of lyrics were written by Geezer. Ozzy usually came up with the vocal melodies. Geezer would write words to Ozzy's melodies.
  6. Man that's weird.. that was originally a thumbs up .. not a question mark..
  7. Tough crowd.. Holy shit. go easy.. When I was around 13-14, a girl and I that were going out argued constantly who was better Aerosmith or Led Zeppelin to the point we broke up.. Didn't make world headlines either, but still kind of funny..
  8. Yep. Sounds great too.
  9. LPMan's talking about the All The World's A Stage live version with Neil on drums. You're welcome, first I'd seen Neil mention JB as well.
  10. Here's one..... Interview: Rush's Neil Peart talks drum solos "Take John Bonham, who's a drummer I greatly admire: I watch some of his drum solos and they're fantastic, but you know, it gets long and self indulgent" http://www.musicradar.com/news/guitars/interview-rushs-neil-peart-talks-drum-solos-458100 Please read the interview before you pounce... He's talking about how certain drummers like Ringo and Stewart Copelanfd hate to play drum solos..
  11. I remember reading Gary Oldman was supposed play Jimmy.. He's one of the world's best living actors, so I don't doubt he would have been great. I doubt the screenplay being any good. I'm also in the thorough Documentary camp. A bio pic would most likely be terrible no matter how good the cast. I would have loved to see Sacha Baron Cohen play Freddie Mercury.. I mean seeing it is happening.. Shame that didn't pan out.
  12. Very nice to hear. I agree. I think John would have been an even greater drum mentor in his later years. He didn't do much press. I wish there were more pure drum related interviews with him. With all the great drum magazines out there since his passing, I can't picture him not doing more drummer related interviews.
  13. Happy Birthday Rick!