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donteatpoop

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  1. Indeed. And the lyrics to the next song are?
  2. Hopefully this is the right category. It's a game that tests your knowledge of Zeppelin lyrics as well as your ability to decipher terrible translations. You must name the song correctly before posting your own. You can run the lyrics through here. The more languages you pass the lyrics through, the harder they are. We'll start with a relatively easy one. Ejsagw ' menoj at the park exactly on other day, baby that which it thinks that evle ' I THERE? The quantities sittin of persons "at the grass with their concerned hectar-trj'blumen" Hey, boy, make for you result wanna? And know, as they are not real I know, which hour was he, woh, OH, then have I it asked whether I could remain a little. I do not have really, but had very darkly and props, really observes my brain. After it a je"prie police officer, who is strengthened along and us concerned is required, hey we would employ exactly at all we to take at the line, we take ourselves at the line." Well you know, us have it require it to remain for the dte, and them a certain oh-maintenance, OH, said that the friends all would sink over, ooh. Do you start why no good view, and you describe which see, and baby, baby, you estimate baby? There you sit down on kacme ' our reserves as a book rustin ah from shelves, by not trying that him you fought. They do not occupy you really, if they come, OH, OH, I know that it is a whole situation of the brain, ooh. If you go less today to the roads, the baby you better it opens better your eyes for you. The people down there really is not occupied, really occupies you not, is not occupied you really not under it which kind the pressure is in such a way I decided that that I gonna am now. Thus packs I mean bags for misty the mountains, where the spirit goes now, beyond the hills, where the spirit fly really does not know ooh I.
  3. I love Queens of the Stone Age, Lanegan has come a long way from his days with the Screaming Trees and has really developed his art. I can't make the Kyuss comparison, as I haven't heard of Kyuss before today (and after doing a little research I have no idea why I haven't heard of them). At the very least though, I now have a 'new' band to investigate and spend some time on.
  4. No way. You would need someone on vocals, but I can't think of anyone with the right sound. 'Course, if DNA advancements continue, maybe we can just take some of Cobains brain matter off of the tool-shed wall and create a Kurt clone. A Kurt clone would do well in Kurts role.
  5. Just so no one gets the wrong idea, this was intended to be satyr.
  6. When I heard Zeppelin was getting back together for a show, I about shat my pants. This was, for a time, the greatest news I had ever heard short of my daughter being born (but it was close). For weeks I was thrilled about it, even though I knew there was no way I could afford to make the trip to go see it. Now, like many of you, I anxiously await the DVD and CD release(s) of the concert. But all of that excitement may have just been washed away. I glanced at the television screen in the breakroom today to discover that the Spice Girls are getting back together. What a way to end 2007, with one of the greatest female pop super groups of all time putting aside their differences and taking the stage once more. I can't wait until they release their next album and I can pop it into the CD player and listen to the fine smooth melodies of the amazing and undeniably awesome Spice Girls. I'm still shaking a bit with anticipation.
  7. Are you saying we're related, scratch? Are you my mother?
  8. Oh mighty all knowing Drunk Is it a common tactic to avoid answering the question posed to you, or have you not yet accept your own personal assholery? It is nothing to be ashamed of, many of us are assholes; myself included. Stay strong, I'm sure you'll come out alright. -poop
  9. Do you remember who opened up for Zeppelin at the show you saw? Was it someone who went on to great things or someone who disappeared? (PS, is "go fuck yourself" some 'inside joke' among you southerners?)
  10. That's fantastic. Just goes to show that not only is Jason an amazing drummer, but a class act. His pops would be proud.
  11. Dear Drunk; Are you an asshole all the time, just when it serves your purposes, or does it always serve your puposes? Please exlpain. -poop
  12. I think a lot of you are thinking too big. Not that any band is too big to open for Zeppelin, but that many of the bands being named are too big to accept opening for Zeppelin (especially bands that are headlining on their own as it is). There aren't a lot of headliners that are willing to tour and serve as the opening act. STP did it with the Stones, but that was early in STP's career. I think it would be cool to see a band that used to open for Zeppelin open for them again. A band that maybe never hit the main stream, maybe put out two albums and split. That would be cool.
  13. Promise me never to say that again. I have a lot of respect for Cornell, he has an awesome voice, but his live vocals are terrible; utterly and absolutely horrid. I can't tell you how many times I got stoked for a live Soundgarden show only to be terribly disappointed in his vocals. When Audio Slave joined I figured "awesome, now he can concentrate on vocals" thinking that maybe his live vocals were affected by trying to make sure he plays the guitar well; but alas he sounds like crap there too. I don't know what it is. I know he can sing, he just fails to do so live.
  14. Anyone remember Dread Zeppelin? What a strange, strange group that was.
  15. What up bartman? Small World Wide Web, eh?
  16. Keep talking like that and they'll have a benefit concert for you after the public gets through with ya.
  17. Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain; good choice. Great album. I'm going to throw Radiohead's Paranoid Android out there too.
  18. We need to all opress people more often so that Rage Against the Machine will have to keep playing.
  19. You know what I'm talking about. The greatest albums in your collection. Some are from well known bands/musicians/sountracks, and others are obscure. What are the greatest albums in your collection? The ones you can play from start to finish without having one of those "not this song!" moments. List them here.
  20. I agree 100% with what you have said. I too would love to see them play again, but I fully respect their desires. They've made their mark in history, they've imfluenced countless musicians, they've done their share. Let them rest if that is what they want to do.
  21. The Mars Volta are crazy awesome. And I do mean 'crazy'. They have such an impulsive live sound, and often launch themselves into improvisational jam-outs that blow you away. If you haven't seen it yet, search for their "Abortion, the other white meat" live jam session song. It's fantastic. Last live band I've seen was Pearl Jam, with My Morning Jacket opening up for them. Both bands impressed me. It was my first Pearl Jam concert, and I will be going back for more.
  22. I'm stoked. I can't wait. I love Portishead. And whoever said they prefer Portishead to Dummy, I agree wholeheartedly. To the person who mentioned massive-attack; Portishead was first by far, and has a lot more soul in their sound.
  23. Two days later and I am still working out the kinks in my time machine so that I can go back in time, kill one of you bastards; take your ticket and replace you at the show. Actually, once I have my time machine properly working, I'll have a lot of people to kill and tickets to steal and shows to see. I know what you're thinking; "Why doesn't he just go back in time and buy a ticket?" Once you've sunk all of your life savings into a time machine, you'll realize that you don't have and cash left to make purchases; regardless of the various levels of inflation.
  24. When I was young, my father would play Zeppelin all the time. Of course there was other music that he played, but Zeppelin was his favorite. Apparently I liked it, as I would often request to hear "the plant man" (robert). I grew a little older and started to dislike Zeppelin as well as damn near all forms of classic rock. I have since learned to utterly regret that period of my life. I re-embraced Zeppelin at the age of 15, delving completely into everything except "in through the out door" (I'm still not overly fond of that album). Zeppelin got me into the blues and into grass-roots classic rock. I am forever indebted to Led Zeppelin for expanding my musical tastes and helping me to appreciate true musical talent.
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