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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/2/2008 4:01:37 AM   
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Disagree, both had their own style but Maiden as we all know is all Steve Harris.
Bruce developed into a great front man IMHO.


Agree with you about Harris, but I preferred Di'Anno , he had a much more raw voice and I thought it suited the music better. Not saying that Dickinson was not a great showman, but for me that is the problem. It all became much more theatrical. Di'Anno sounded like a old rough neck off the council estates, which is exactly what he was, while Dickinson sounded like a choir singing public schoolboy, which is exactly what he is. Still, each to their own

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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/2/2008 10:18:29 AM   
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Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Jethro Tull,Black Sabbath, PFM, Le Orme, Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, Iron Maiden, Pantera, Megadeth, Opeth, InFlames, Savatage.... and as my sign .... Tenacious D .... an so on

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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/2/2008 11:03:42 PM   
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Disagree, both had their own style but Maiden as we all know is all Steve Harris.
Bruce developed into a great front man IMHO.


Agree with you about Harris, but I preferred Di'Anno , he had a much more raw voice and I thought it suited the music better. Not saying that Dickinson was not a great showman, but for me that is the problem. It all became much more theatrical. Di'Anno sounded like a old rough neck off the council estates, which is exactly what he was, while Dickinson sounded like a choir singing public schoolboy, which is exactly what he is. Still, each to their own


It's good to agree that we disagree, I will give you the fact Bruce was a showman but the way the band evolved and the fact that eddy was used more as a marketing tool, the natural progression of the band was made just for that purpose.
Merchandise was produced and they moved towards the mainstream to make more money.
I do have alot of favorites like wraithchild and remember tomorrow as well as rime of the ancient mariner and moonchild, both singers had their strengths but Bruce dominated for the most part.


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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/3/2008 1:02:26 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Gem35

Disagree, both had their own style but Maiden as we all know is all Steve Harris.
Bruce developed into a great front man IMHO.


Agree with you about Harris, but I preferred Di'Anno , he had a much more raw voice and I thought it suited the music better. Not saying that Dickinson was not a great showman, but for me that is the problem. It all became much more theatrical. Di'Anno sounded like a old rough neck off the council estates, which is exactly what he was, while Dickinson sounded like a choir singing public schoolboy, which is exactly what he is. Still, each to their own


It's good to agree that we disagree, I will give you the fact Bruce was a showman but the way the band evolved and the fact that eddy was used more as a marketing tool, the natural progression of the band was made just for that purpose.
Merchandise was produced and they moved towards the mainstream to make more money.
I do have alot of favorites like wraithchild and remember tomorrow as well as rime of the ancient mariner and moonchild, both singers had their strengths but Bruce dominated for the most part.



If we all agreed on the same things the World would be a boring place

Take your point about the way the band evolved, most bands go the same way as the shows get bigger and bigger. Same thing happened to AC/DC after Brian replaced Bon, with the band relying more on stage gimmick's like inflatable Rosie's etc.

I'm not adverse to all Dickinson era songs, love "The Trooper" for example. When I was in my teens I had all the Maiden album's up until Powerslave. Actually, I started out with the Dickinson stuff and discovered Di'Anno later on. Still got them all floating around on cassette and vinyl somewhere's. As I got older my tastes changed. I prefer my rock a bit more "gritty", so the only ones I have replaced on cd have been the Di'Anno ones. Have toyed with the idea about getting The Number of The Beast, though.

Now, what about Blaze Bayley.......................




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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/4/2008 12:35:10 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Mac67


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ORIGINAL: Gem35


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Gem35

Disagree, both had their own style but Maiden as we all know is all Steve Harris.
Bruce developed into a great front man IMHO.


Agree with you about Harris, but I preferred Di'Anno , he had a much more raw voice and I thought it suited the music better. Not saying that Dickinson was not a great showman, but for me that is the problem. It all became much more theatrical. Di'Anno sounded like a old rough neck off the council estates, which is exactly what he was, while Dickinson sounded like a choir singing public schoolboy, which is exactly what he is. Still, each to their own


It's good to agree that we disagree, I will give you the fact Bruce was a showman but the way the band evolved and the fact that eddy was used more as a marketing tool, the natural progression of the band was made just for that purpose.
Merchandise was produced and they moved towards the mainstream to make more money.
I do have alot of favorites like wraithchild and remember tomorrow as well as rime of the ancient mariner and moonchild, both singers had their strengths but Bruce dominated for the most part.



If we all agreed on the same things the World would be a boring place

Take your point about the way the band evolved, most bands go the same way as the shows get bigger and bigger. Same thing happened to AC/DC after Brian replaced Bon, with the band relying more on stage gimmick's like inflatable Rosie's etc.

I'm not adverse to all Dickinson era songs, love "The Trooper" for example. When I was in my teens I had all the Maiden album's up until Powerslave. Actually, I started out with the Dickinson stuff and discovered Di'Anno later on. Still got them all floating around on cassette and vinyl somewhere's. As I got older my tastes changed. I prefer my rock a bit more "gritty", so the only ones I have replaced on cd have been the Di'Anno ones. Have toyed with the idea about getting The Number of The Beast, though.

Now, what about Blaze Bayley.......................




Honestly? I could care less, when Bruce left I "left". I didn't want to go through another guy, I am just glad bruce came back and they made Brave new World.

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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/4/2008 1:19:15 AM   
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Disagree, both had their own style but Maiden as we all know is all Steve Harris.
Bruce developed into a great front man IMHO.


Agree with you about Harris, but I preferred Di'Anno , he had a much more raw voice and I thought it suited the music better. Not saying that Dickinson was not a great showman, but for me that is the problem. It all became much more theatrical. Di'Anno sounded like a old rough neck off the council estates, which is exactly what he was, while Dickinson sounded like a choir singing public schoolboy, which is exactly what he is. Still, each to their own


It's good to agree that we disagree, I will give you the fact Bruce was a showman but the way the band evolved and the fact that eddy was used more as a marketing tool, the natural progression of the band was made just for that purpose.
Merchandise was produced and they moved towards the mainstream to make more money.
I do have alot of favorites like wraithchild and remember tomorrow as well as rime of the ancient mariner and moonchild, both singers had their strengths but Bruce dominated for the most part.



If we all agreed on the same things the World would be a boring place

Take your point about the way the band evolved, most bands go the same way as the shows get bigger and bigger. Same thing happened to AC/DC after Brian replaced Bon, with the band relying more on stage gimmick's like inflatable Rosie's etc.

I'm not adverse to all Dickinson era songs, love "The Trooper" for example. When I was in my teens I had all the Maiden album's up until Powerslave. Actually, I started out with the Dickinson stuff and discovered Di'Anno later on. Still got them all floating around on cassette and vinyl somewhere's. As I got older my tastes changed. I prefer my rock a bit more "gritty", so the only ones I have replaced on cd have been the Di'Anno ones. Have toyed with the idea about getting The Number of The Beast, though.

Now, what about Blaze Bayley.......................




Honestly? I could care less, when Bruce left I "left". I didn't want to go through another guy, I am just glad bruce came back and they made Brave new World.


The Blaze Bayley thing was a bit tongue in cheek I'm not qualified to judge him cos i've never heard his stuff with Maiden, but from what I have read it wasn't too pretty It seems a lot of fans were very happy to have Bruce back.


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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/4/2008 1:58:22 AM   
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And now for something completely different.

Gentleman (and Ladies if any ever wander into these parts) I give you The God-Like Genius that is Mark E. Smith. Twenty-seven studio albums, untold live and compilation albums, the only band who's back catalogue can be seen from space, this is The Fall - Free Range.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1S6WsqIia8

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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/5/2008 4:59:01 AM   
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"re-discovered" tonite
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y89vfNpxbW0

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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/6/2008 12:57:58 AM   
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"re-discovered" tonite
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y89vfNpxbW0


Missed this last night in my drunken state. Dickinson still sounds like a choir boy but what a great riff. Like you said its always been about Harris

Getting visions of cornfields now. Dunno why


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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/6/2008 1:01:12 AM   
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The Fall - Deadbeat Descendant.

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"It's not as easy as it looks."



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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/6/2008 6:33:48 AM   
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Listening to my wifes niece play "Red River Valley" on the piano and sing the words along with it.


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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/7/2008 4:23:50 AM   
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Tonite will be a Candlebox nite.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8F9RX9k1E2E

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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/10/2008 1:33:02 AM   
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Fates Warning - The Eleventh Hour.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gE622Jmcir8

those crazy Greeks....

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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/10/2008 1:40:35 AM   
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That ain't crazy. This is crazy...........

The Cramps - Bikini Girls With Machine Guns

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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/12/2008 2:49:13 AM   
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My Cubbies are on a win streak!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dQPiCi38po
Baseball season's underway, well you better get ready for a brand new day.....
GO CUBS GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/14/2008 4:45:31 AM   
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Alice in Chains tonite.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1iqMTnnDf0

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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/14/2008 6:09:30 AM   
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switching gears to some Spine. One of my all time favorite bands in the whole entire globe.
Jimmy Newquist, you are the man.
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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/14/2008 9:47:07 AM   
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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/15/2008 3:36:26 AM   
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30 Seconds to Mars - Edge of the Earth
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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/15/2008 5:46:16 AM   
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Pretty bittah stuff....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucODEFzaVpY

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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/15/2008 6:41:41 AM   
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Someone put together an intersting video of the old Electric Lightning jet aircraft, using the Vangelis tune I posted yesterday. Maybe this will help you appreciate the music more.
Here

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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/15/2008 3:06:41 PM   
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This one:

Clash - Death or Glory

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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/16/2008 12:29:10 AM   
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Happy Birthday to me music.
Caroline's Spine.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Lkz6bH1TYQ

and as she descends
her soldiers to try and win me over
i feel the sin, of feet washing frosted windows....


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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/16/2008 12:37:14 AM   
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Happy birthday Gem!

This one's for you

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfcnoIkBdjc

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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/16/2008 12:43:14 AM   
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haha thanks Mac!!

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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/16/2008 2:54:32 AM   
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can't be a birthday or any day that matter without some Maiden.
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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/18/2008 1:58:21 AM   
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I really liked the rendition of the Battle Hyme of the Republic sung for the Holy Father's visit to the White House. That was really moving. The Our Father was well done too.

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I really liked the rendition of the Battle Hyme of the Republic sung for the Holy Father's visit to the White House. That was really moving. The Our Father was well done too.

I got a kick out of this.




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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/18/2008 10:01:09 PM   
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RE: What music are you listening to now? - 4/19/2008 3:09:28 AM   
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Its the weekend. Work is done for the week. And its beer o'clock

7 Seconds of Love - First Drink Of The Day

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