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Trashbag

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    Led Zeppelin (of course)<br />The Who<br />The Rolling Stones<br />The Beatles<br />The Doors<br />Any band from the '60s - '70s
  1. That was quite something... As it seems to be the trend, the sound at the beginning was a tad too quiet, but it got better as it went on. There were still a few problems, however; it sounded like a stereo mix trying to emulate a surround sound mix at times, especially during Jimmy's violin bow solo. I guess I'll have to wait until the Blu-Ray comes out before I can hear this performance with some more consistency. Sound problems aside, though, it was so great seeing this in theaters. There was a sizable crowd at my theater, and there was some light applause and whoops. There were even a
  2. http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2012/sep/21/led-zeppelin-reunion-questions?newsfeed=true
  3. New footage of Black Dog. It's the same clip as what we've seen before, except with new angles and NO feedback. I love the way this thing is shot and edited so far; no super fast cuts or crazy shaky-cam. Also, the aspect ratio is the standard 1:78:1.
  4. If you want a real opinion on why Blu-Ray isn't dead, check out this link: And scroll down to the 10/30/08 article.
  5. Off the top of my head, there's For Your Life, Trampled Underfoot, Since I've Been Loving You, Misty Mountain Hop, Kashmir, and Whole Lotta Love. Actually, I think that's pretty much all of them.
  6. It's definitely much smoother. Although I still like 8/4/79 better because it's much more energetic and frenetic than this one.
  7. There's some new footage on Youtube from a warm-up gig they did last night. From what I've heard, they sound pretty good. They tuned their songs down half a step to give Brian a break; frankly, I think they should've done so back in the 90's, but whatever. Malcolm and Cliff's back up vocals sound a bit rough, but hey, this is a warm-up gig. One thing's for sure, though: Angus is crazy as ever. A fan also managed to take a photo of what appears to be a complete setlist for the tour: In case you can't read it: 01. Rock 'N Roll Train 02. Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be 03. Back In B
  8. I just heard "War Machine" on their myspace (it's on their official website too). I can't wait for this album!
  9. He was such an important part to Pink Floyd, and he will be missed greatly....
  10. Bon is better than Brian technically, but I like them both equally. Brian himself seems to have a huge respect for his predecessor (he won't sing "It's a Long Way to the Top" because it's Bon's signature song). And Bon, who once saw him in a Georgie concert, thought he was great.
  11. Whoa, Oct. 30th for Chicago?! That's awesome! I really hope I can get a hold of some tickets before they sell out.
  12. I know, that's why they first caught my attention. Especially that double neck one he used during "Wonderful One." But from what I'm hearing here, they're not that great. I'll just try them out myself, see if I feel any different. Once I get the money, of course.
  13. I especially love the "Warning: contains Led" label.
  14. I'm thinking of getting a new acoustic, and the Ovations have caught my eye. Anybody have an opinion on these?
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