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SharPei_Ibuprofin

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  1. One of the most eclectic rosters of nominees in recent memory. Beastie Boys The Cure Donovan Eric B. & Rakim Guns 'N Roses Heart Joan Jett & the Blackhearts Freddie King Laura Nyro Red Hot Chili Peppers Rufus with Chaka Khan The Small Faces/The Faces The Spinners Donna Summer War
  2. good point, but there were some hardcore r.E.M. fans that felt they "sold out" when The One I Love climbed the Billboard charts back in 1985, lol
  3. I'll give you $38.37 [American] and a like-new cd of AC~DC's If You Want Blood You Got It/I'm poor so that's the best I can do--but I really want it
  4. I agree, we can't take polls too seriously, especially these polls FOXNews try to pass off as consensus. HA! what a joke!
  5. lol Is that all you took from my comments? Because A) I don't get annoyed by stupid polls, smart polls or even average-intelligence polls. I'm just not that impressed with a listing of a handful of persons' opinions that pretend to represent a valid demographic. and I try to keep a sense of humor about shit like that. and C) I'm just a song and dance guy. So ♫ let me entertain you ♪ let me calm ye nerves ♫ Good question though....soooo.... does anyone else think I need anger management classes? lol **violently smashin' guitar into smithereens** ooopsie daisies musta lost it f
  6. Rolling Stone Readers Pick the Top Ten Bassists of All Time Sir Paul McCartney is a brilliant musician, let me get that out of the way right off, but.... I was disappointed with his inclusion in this list (on a purely technical level), but then my disappointment vehemently escalated into a fury of sorts when I clicked on the Paul McCartney video some bonehead selected to represent him as one of the premiere bassists of all time (TOTAL FAIL!). Certainly not a second place caliber performance. Geddy Lee is rightfully in the mix/ he's an incredible bassist. Les Claypool is a freak with
  7. It's amazing how their songs seemed to point to tragedy and yet they are so peaceful and soothing at the same time. Who else did that? Behind Led Zeppelin, Alice In Chains is my 2nd favorite group of all time. Then of coarse R.E.M. All three represented the final decades of the 20th century imo__the 70's belonged to Led Zeppelin, the 80's saw R.e.M. challenging the rules of rock stardom and the 90's may be attributed to Kurt and his train wreck but there was a sound that over shadows that and time will reveal the truth. Musically, Alice In Chains was much more than a novelty............
  8. DON'T LAY IT ON ME MAN CAUSE YOU CAN'T AFFORD A TICKET! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwT2YfKIAJw&feature=related
  9. wow, these home videos are from the Music Bank video set..... AWESOME! god they were all so young back then...
  10. I found this on Baldy's blog a while ago, thought I'd share it.... Baldy has been with Alice since they played the bars and warehouses around Seattle. He documents their career in photos and video religiously. he's the 5th Beatle you might say. He's made it easy for Jerry and the boys to concentrate on the music all these years. From Baldy's blog, written the night we lost Mikey...... Alice In Chains' main page I've spent a lot of time tonight watching old home video from the studio as Mike, Layne, Jerry & Sean recorded Facelift. It's been so long, but in some ways it feels like y
  11. You know what they say about the 90's right_______if you remember them, then you weren't there! **puff-puff pass**
  12. ^yeah^ I was gonna tell Luke that there's an -e- in Led Zepp_lin too as well...drives me apeshit when people leave that little sucker out! hehehe The word looks naked without that crucial third -e- ....I think it's a balance factor or some shit, anyways, I digress, where was I? Oh yeah, TypeO seems to have a negative tolerance when the literal police come flashing their badges. I submit ______He may be Lack-Post Intolerant! **rimshot!** I don't listen to much radio anymore either [it's all gone to hell! since Elton John rewrote Candle In The Wind so tragic], but from what I can t
  13. "One of the top ten guitar players of all time" _____________________________Bono of U2 In 1971 he was voted Melody Maker's International Top Musician of the Year, ahead of Eric Clapton.
  14. Rory was brilliant! he wore that poor Stratocaster out for real
  15. I'm ready to go swimming! Come on Spring!

  16. Hi Xander, welcome to the occupation where we propagate confusion and leap the sprinklers... I read your post...very cool!

    I'm Dee

  17. Now you're just talking crazy. psssst, don't you ever watch DΞCODΞD on the History Channel? The F.B.I. and C.I.A. monitor radical thinking like that. Hell, I wouldn't be surprised if they haven't already started a file on you. Oh shit! I think someone's coming -- LOOK BUSY!
  18. Big Hair was spewing out offspring like a rabbit from hell. Warrant should have been arrested. CC and Poison stunk worse than their Christian Dior namesake in a sweat suit. Even Guns N' Roses' Use Your Illusion I & II seemed to fall short on substance when I saw Smells Like Team Spirit on MTV's 120 Minutes that first Sunday night it played. Time stood still then ran backwards for a while before the dust settled. That's why Nirvana will be inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in their first year of eligibility -- even though Alice In Chains had much more diversity, depth and color
  19. I wish my cell phone had a camera. I got one of those dinosaur T-Moble phones from back in the day...I can't wait until The Antique Road Show comes through so I can see how much it's worth. Geddy is awesome!
  20. Geddy Lee from RUSH. I mean she could have been Geddy's twin sister I swear! eerie
  21. Nobody pounds that out like Bonzo did.... D'yer Mak'er is the first song I taught myself after I got my kit set up, and to this day when I squeeze behind a set I slap out that intro - just to sound cool! and you know what? I do sound pretty cool when I do it! props to Johnny Bonham!
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