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About martinsane

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    87 Platinum Records and a Drug Addiction to Match
  • Birthday 07/24/1968

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    Battle Ground, Washington

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    Warrior Soul
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    Metal Church-S/T

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  1. martinsane

    Take Cover

    Here you go pal! Tis a tasty find the songs posted are fun and saccharine laced! https://www.facebook.com/takecovermusic/ Band Members Ryan Wickard - Vocals Odin Holmes - Guitar/Vocals Sean Grundhauser - Bass Derek Johnson - Drums Brady Trudeau - Guitar/Vocals Hometown Minneapolis, MN takecoverofficial@gmail.com These should link you up to a gaggle more YT vids! Also looks like the singer and drummer split off in 2012 ish to release this EP Golden: https://www.facebook.com/goldenofficial?hc_location=ufi
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    Vimic - 'Open Your Omen'

    Yea I didn't see much of anything other than an announcement for a full length in early 18, but that didn't happen and now the 4 songs but those seem to be only digital.
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    Metal Missionaries Documentary

    Watched a good chunk of this and it is a well put together piece. Even if some won't bother due to the content/message the music still slays and again the effort, well, well done. Kudos and thanks for sharing.
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    Vimic - 'Open Your Omen'

    This is freaking brilliant!
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    Metal Allegiance - Volume II - Power Drunk Majesty

    That's quite nice. Good and heavy with a massive production. Thanks for the share.
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    Fuzz Evil - High on You

    Not my thing but I am sure it is well done for those that dig this. Waaaay to dronie for this kid though.
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    Cameltoe - Up Your Alley

    https://www.facebook.com/TheCameltoeBand/ Here is the FB link for those leary of Googling "cameltoe"... Otherwise as mentioned a very nice hard rock band. Reminds me a lot of Armored Saint and Lizzy Borden as Cameltoe has that metal with MHR mix, very sunset strip metal sounding to me. Anyways nice share TY!
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    Cover songs

    No explanation necessary...
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    Crash Alley

    Yes I still have it and I think I found the 2nd cassette someone else mentioned earlier. As for parting with it, well that is another story...
  10. Just kudos for the effort of compiling all the stuff like that, as mentioned very cool for us who geek out on this level of effort and I am not that familiar with the band but the songs sound just fine by me!
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    Peacemaker - Concrete and Terror

    Yes yes yes. Nice!
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    Pavement Princess - First Night Out

    Very nifty indeed and the name is synonymous around our house for those massive Ford F350's with 40" wheels that have NEVER seen a mud puddle or dirt... https://www.facebook.com/PavementPrincessRock/ http://www.pavementprincess.nl/ Of note the second link can take you to a dropbox link for those that want to download the album for the cost of nothing.
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    Turbo Vixen - Drive into the Night

    That is absolutely killer! And so is this! And this! https://www.facebook.com/turbvix/ Thanks for the heads up on this big guy!
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    E.L.I. - Push It Hard CD

    I think more amazing than the ELI CD selling for $1500 and someone paying or potentially paying that is that DAVE is around again! Have not seen him in ages. Hi Dave!
  15. This/these threads are why we came and stayed. Those unheard of gems and the endless banter and braggarting! Rare is a subjective term and one that sometimes has an Ebay $$$ amount attached. I'd say for me the "rarest" CD I own is of the unreleased Top Heavy Crush album. Recorded at Ardent Studios, the engineer made 5 pro-printed CDR's for the band on the spot from the masters which are long gone. I got mine from the guitarist Jim Paulson (some may know him from New American Shame, The Lemons, Point Defiance, Talks Cheap, Tramp Alley, et al). The album is very nice indeed and would have been well received if handled properly. Not alot of videos and clips out there but here are 2 live tracks of the rockier numbers and a rare studio track from the aforementioned LP. ENJOY!
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