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About AndyKusanagi

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  1. I'm kinda on the fence with this new album. One track I think I'll skip, though, is "We All Fall Down" because it has songwriting credits for Diane Warren. She fucking ruined Aerosmith once, and I don't doubt she'll do it again.
  2. Metallica's cover of Queen's Stone Cold Crazy. Actually, in order to actually post WHILE listening, thanks to the board not load in the proper time, I'm having to replay it. Twice.
  3. Money for Nothing - Dire Straits
  4. Well, there's a lot of them. I'm listing a few of them here. Black Sabbath - Symptom of the Universe Black Sabbath - Paranoid Black Sabbath - War Pigs Black Sabbath - N.I.B. Black Sabbath - The Wizard Rainbow - Stargazer Judas Priest - Hell Bent for Leather Judas Priest - Living After Midnight Judas Priest - Electric Eye Saxon - Denim and Leather Saxon - Wheels of Steel Iron Maiden - Flight of Icarus Iron Maiden - Hallowed Be Thy Name Iron Maiden - Can I Play With Madness Motörhead - Overkill Motörhead - Love Me Like a Reptile Motörhead - (We Are) The Road Crew Motörhead -
  5. Don't you mean 1 hour, 43 minutes? I'm listening to it from the mark you gave and the song hasn't come up yet. Though I got goosebumps from the preview already. I always thought Kashmir was one of the most beautiful songs ever played by man, and this treatment... Wow.
  6. Take It on the Run - REO Speedwagon
  7. Next huge band that shows up in my city, Belém - look it up. It's one of the biggest cities in Brazil, but compared to Rio and São Paulo, it's still a backwater city. The biggest things we got were Iron Maiden and Deep Purple last year. If all else fails, I'm thinking of going to Rock in Rio next year. By then I'll hopefully have saved some money.
  8. Had only heard of them before through Motörhead ('cause Lemmy was in the band and all). Hadn't listened yet because I didn't know where to begin. Only really found them through Rock Band, though. I had downloaded their song, "Master of the Universe", to play in the game... And it blew me away. The song has this whole stoner vibe to it, and I'm a fan of stoner rock, so it was a perfect match. Now I'm looking for it more actively. I'll scope out their album, Space Ritual, which was in that "1001 Albums" book (call me a dork, but some of my musical formation comes from seeking out artists from
  9. I bought Led II on CD last year. I can't afford buying albums so often - here in Brazil, workers don't get too much of a big wage (unless they're working on real good jobs, which is a rather small part of the population), and there's barely any left after the bills are paid.
  10. I might be getting the DVD when it comes out, since there won't be theatrical release around here.
  11. Only three remarks about the list, as I'm not too knowledgeable about drummers. * Neil and Bonzo should be tied. * Scott Travis should be in a higher position. * Greg Bissonette's not in there. Anyway, this is why I like posting in a classic rock forum. No 13-year-olds bitching about "WTFFFF why isnt Joey Jordison on the list" and crap.
  12. Certainly so. That's why he's one of my two Zep favorites (well, that and because I'm a bass enthusiast, heheh ^^). The other being Bonzo, who was such a gifted professional. To this day I think Moby Dick is the best instrumental EVER, period (and I don't really like instrumentals that much!).
  13. I don't commute because I mostly use public transportation. But I listen to the albums in order when I get the chance. Actually, this is what I usually do. Except from time to time I change genres. Currently I'm listening to classic (Sabbath and Rainbow included) and thrash metal.
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