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  1. Strange... I guess that I'm the only one who thinks the last 2 releases fit perfectly within the Lillian Axe vault. Actually a few of the songs were even written years ago when Ron Taylor was still in the band. ... You're not alone. It took a few spins for Sad Day to grow on me but I now love the album
  2. Saw VI Paranormal Activity Fourth Kind Halloween II Lost Boys-The Tribe
  3. I think I just traded that d.v.d. in last month.. I have yet to watch it. Just a cheapie from Walmart
  4. Make sure I get a copy from you.. I'm too lazy to go out and buy it.. Pete should make it easier for us and just post a download link
  5. Black N Blue-In Heat Saxon-Innocense is No Excuse Gotthard- G Richie Sambora-Stranger In This Town DVD/CD Gotthard-Made In Switzerland
  6. Great job Pete. Im looking forward to downloading your new album
  7. Holy shit, Mrs Junky knows about us? Our security has been breached!!!!!!!!!!!! Please tell me the other message board you vistit the most that she knows about is a cooking or knitting one and not my second home
  8. Riot-Inishmore Nazareth-No Jive Accept-Restless and Wild Accept-Metal Heart Jetboy-Damned Nation Richie Sambora-Undiscovered Soul Bulletboys-Za-Za Riot-Sons of Society Jon Bongiovi-The Power Station Sessions
  9. The early stuff is very rough. Not even close to sounding like the later day stuff. If you're gonna listen to it you better pick yourself up a medical dictionary if you want to understand the lyrics at all. 'Necroticism: Descanting The Insalubrious' is very good, moving from the earlier grind sound (which does nothing for me) to Death Metal. A few fantastic songs on there, not as good as 'Heartwork', but still very good. Thats the only album from Carcass that I dont have. I've heard great things about it and maybe I should look into getting it. I do have the Tools of the Trade EP which I understand was recorded during the same session. Pete needs to stay clear of the earlier stuff until he has more a of a Death Metal foundation set. He needs more Morbid Angel, Cannibal Corpse, Obituary (the best...Yay!!!) or Deicide (CDJ's favorite).
  10. Oooh, nice varied selection there. Which ones are you particularly fond of out of those? That Lillian Axe isn't my favourite of theres but does have a couple of songs which I'm particularly fond of (Day I Met You, Crucified) and Sevendust comes second for me just after Animosity. Oh and I've been looking to pick up some I Mother Earth too. Recent purchases: Harem Scarem - S/T Japanese edition and Kick - Consider This... Thanks! Yeah, I love melodic rock, etc. but I'd be lying if I said I didn't dig some modern stuff too! I have a real weakness for Carcass, it's like death metal vocals over straight ahead 80's metal. I was goin' to say, you don't look like the CARCASS type of guy.. HEARTWORK is probably their most commercial release.. When you get into SYMPHONIES OF SICKNESS or REEK OF PUTRIFICATION, gimme a yell.. Swansong is their most commercial release Yes, gone are the death metal titles and subject matter, leaving only the sound of th3e vocals to sort of qualify them as death metallers... I love the damn stuff though! What's the early stuff sound like? I'm mainly familiar with Heartwork and Swansong. The early stuff is very rough. Not even close to sounding like the later day stuff. If you're gonna listen to it you better pick yourself up a medical dictionary if you want to understand the lyrics at all.
  11. Oooh, nice varied selection there. Which ones are you particularly fond of out of those? That Lillian Axe isn't my favourite of theres but does have a couple of songs which I'm particularly fond of (Day I Met You, Crucified) and Sevendust comes second for me just after Animosity. Oh and I've been looking to pick up some I Mother Earth too. Recent purchases: Harem Scarem - S/T Japanese edition and Kick - Consider This... Thanks! Yeah, I love melodic rock, etc. but I'd be lying if I said I didn't dig some modern stuff too! I have a real weakness for Carcass, it's like death metal vocals over straight ahead 80's metal. I was goin' to say, you don't look like the CARCASS type of guy.. HEARTWORK is probably their most commercial release.. When you get into SYMPHONIES OF SICKNESS or REEK OF PUTRIFICATION, gimme a yell.. Swansong is their most commercial release
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