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  2. MLB. Don't even get me started on a Cricket vs Baseball/Softball comparison. That's a whole other can of worms.
  3. Sorry Terry I was being a smart ass, you kept commenting on how good BTE was live, so I axed you again, truth is, I know your not lying or exaggerating, because I too saw them in 96 with Tonic, Sponge, and Our Lady Peace, BTE were extremely surprising, as they took to the stage and the guitarist opened with a fucking huge solo, I never saw it coming out of that Alpha Gama Ray fraternity looking dude, blew me away, but I gotta say, after that night, I went from having only heard of them, to being a lifelong Sponge fan, they were mind blowing, and their discs do them no justice to their live act
  4. Now I never said that, why you trying to do that bro? LOL, pretty smooth though, Rugby's a brutal and awesome game, I enjoyed the brief time I learned to play it, it's just not an easy sport to stay up on here, unless it's soccer or darts, we don't get a whole lot of international sports coverage, I mean I guess if I cared enough to go looking for it I'd find it, but I don't care, at all, I don't even care about American sports outside of the MLB this year, I refuse to watch them, and just like all the other leftist bullshit going on, they are too digging their own graves inserting the communi
  5. Oh I was most definitely lit, I was high as Giraffe pussy bro, there's shit that happened that one of my friends will say "remember when this shit happened" and I will not remember a single moment of it, you know like the years 98 to 2018, those years, so I am not to hard on myself for not remembering shit that I heard, because more times then not, I'll have heard it and completely do not remember, unless it stood out,, so yeah no bi-polar here, just completely fucking bashed for 2 decades, so don't be mean, or axe me to remember anything.
  6. They certainly became more appealing to the masses under the Hagar regime but apart they were much better, Standing Hampton anyone? And yes I do prefer Dave over Sam in VH, the songs were more appealing to me, kind of like the Phil Collinless Leppard. As I prefer the Willis era. To each their own.
  7. Burdens of being bi-polar... Or maybe just a little lit. Cool band nonetheless.
  8. Yes they were quite good. I personally loved them. Incredibly tight, energetic, played the dickens out of their respective instruments and had what looked like a hell of a time doing so. Hell the set still resonates 25 years later and as I mentioned earlier the Natural Woman inclusion was so random but so cool. I totally dig/dug Kevin's voice, very unique and teh rest of the band was so tight as well, smh. As I ruminate they more and more remind me of another band no one likes and should have been bigger is TPOH (The Pursuit of Happiness). Maybe a little Ruth Ruth too. Another in the ilk
  9. For you, Darkstone Woah, He Working Class Man !!
  10. "The Power to Rock". From the new "Fierce Heart" album. They also do an updated version of "Out For Blood" from their '85 st debut. I love that song. Another great "comeback" album. I don't think these guys have released anything since that debut. That's 35 years between drinks.
  11. Fuck!, I'm loving this album. Thanks for the heads up Sam.
  12. Yeah, here's another five cool ones. Wish he'd do more.
  13. If he does steal it, you could always go with "Cunny Funt".
  14. I thought i'd edit this original post and include an AFL tutorial video. Remember, it's Aussie Rules, not Rugby.
  15. Been saying that the whole time Terry, but I've been saying the silent majority who really run this country, will not sit around and watch everything they have worked their whole lives for be destroyed, burned, looted, or taken away, I think the song by Barrakade - Someone Will Pay would be an awesome theme song right now, watch the silent majority is going to vote Trump back in, and then go and dispose of the human waste destroying our cites, we are the United States, and this small minority of people are obviously not United to the rest of us, they should close off these cites from the count
  16. Hey Terry, I was curious, how was B.T.E. live? were they any good? axing for a friend
  17. Yeah I was pretty hard on them, it appears it was so forgettable that I don't even remember hearing it, cause I don't think the vocals are as bad as I apparently think they are?? maybe it was the other Cody.
  18. Dont steal that, I might use it, good call Terry
  19. hey alphamale, dig the tracks, also that list that was posted! My uncle was the drummer for the funk junkies, they still do reunion shows around the holidays (incase your interested, sometimes the go under other names though). And my dad was the lead singer for Temper Temper...its awesome that people still remember all these bands! I would love any tracks from the funk junkies or temper temper! I dont know if im allowed to leave my email on here but if you can email me its Kingbemis87@gmail.com. thanks!
  20. Then it would just be MMA, and guess what??? we utilized the FORWARD pass, making the game that much more captivating, it's really nothing like rugby, outside of it being a contact sport, that's really the only distinction I make.
  21. Dude this fucking sucks, this sounds like all that shit from like the 80s and stuff, ya know the shit that's so mind blowing you don't know if you dare to believe it's real or not, by the 4 song's I just heard, I get very down, because it makes me wonder if a full album would be able to stand up to these tracks, maybe it's the best 4 off the album, regardless, this is a sweet fucking find, and for once I hear it before it's release, instead of a year later, awesome find bro, seriously, this shit sounds way good.
  22. Take A Ride is better than the whole EP in my opinion.
  23. I do love these videos and this guy is farking funny. I'd watch and rewatch as he is "razor" sharp 4 sure.
  24. Oh dear. Who the fuck is this non football playing JJ Watt and who told him he should sing? This would have been far superior if Kory Clark would have just sung the whole damn thing or maybe an instrumental album. At least that other shit band Russ posted with the busty grandma, had a busty grandma in it even though that was the ONLY thing going for it.
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    • MLB. Don't even get me started on a Cricket vs Baseball/Softball comparison. That's a whole other can of worms.
    • Sorry Terry I was being a smart ass, you kept commenting on how good BTE was live, so I axed you again, truth is, I know your not lying or exaggerating, because I too saw them in 96 with Tonic, Sponge, and Our Lady Peace, BTE were extremely surprising, as they took to the stage and the guitarist opened with a fucking huge solo, I never saw it coming out of that Alpha Gama Ray fraternity looking dude, blew me away, but I gotta say, after that night, I went from having only heard of them, to being a lifelong Sponge fan, they were mind blowing, and their discs do them no justice to their live act.
    • Now I never said that, why you trying to do that bro? LOL, pretty smooth though, Rugby's a brutal and awesome game, I enjoyed the brief time I learned to play it, it's just not an easy sport to stay up on here, unless it's soccer or darts, we don't get a whole lot of international sports coverage, I mean I guess if I cared enough to go looking for it I'd find it, but I don't care, at all, I don't even care about American sports outside of the MLB this year, I refuse to watch them, and just like all the other leftist bullshit going on, they are too digging their own graves inserting the communist rhetoric into sports, and it may be unrepairable, this leftist shit is going to turn out to be a kiss of death to anyone who affiliates themselves with it, mark these words. sorry got off track there, oh fucking well!!
    • Oh I was most definitely lit, I was high as Giraffe pussy bro, there's shit that happened that one of my friends will say "remember when this shit happened" and I will not remember a single moment of it, you know like the years 98 to 2018, those years, so I am not to hard on myself for not remembering shit that I heard, because more times then not, I'll have heard it and completely do not remember, unless it stood out,, so yeah no bi-polar here, just completely fucking bashed for 2 decades, so don't be mean, or axe me to remember anything.
    • They certainly became more appealing to the masses under the Hagar regime but apart they were much better, Standing Hampton anyone? And yes I do prefer Dave over Sam in VH, the songs were more appealing to me, kind of like the Phil Collinless Leppard. As I prefer the Willis era. To each their own.
    • Burdens of being bi-polar...   Or maybe just a little lit.   Cool band nonetheless. 
    • Yes they were quite good. I personally loved them. Incredibly tight, energetic, played the dickens out of their respective instruments and had what looked like a hell of a time doing so. Hell the set still resonates 25 years later and as I mentioned earlier the Natural Woman inclusion was so random but so cool. I totally dig/dug Kevin's voice, very unique and teh rest of the band was so tight as well, smh. As I ruminate they more and more remind me of another band no one likes and should have been bigger is TPOH (The Pursuit of Happiness). Maybe a little Ruth Ruth too. Another in the ilk of uber talented bands that no one cared about and should have and talk about distinct voices, Chris Kennedy, forget about it and these guys too were a 3 piece, hmmm. Here is an old Letterman clip from around that time:  
    • For you, Darkstone Woah, He Working Class Man !!
    • "The Power to Rock". From the new "Fierce Heart" album. They also do an updated version of "Out For Blood" from their '85 st debut. I love that song.  Another great "comeback" album. I don't think these guys have released anything since that debut. That's 35 years between drinks.        
    • Fuck!, I'm loving this album. Thanks for the heads up Sam.
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