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  1. Cool Breeze

    K.K. Wilde

    songwise both albums are good to great - they don't sound like a million bucks and are kept rather simple, but sooner or later some of the choruses are so infectious, you start to hear them in your head. production-wise Rock 'n' Roll sounds a little better, Cocaine Cowboy is pretty much a bunch of demo recordings of different origins put together on one CD. there are a lot of strange noises, pops, clicks, distortion and overlaying frequencies, but then again you can't compare indies to major label releases. and when you know certain details you appreciate them even more. for example: the singer never went into a proper vocal booth to record his stuff for both discs, he just sang straight into the mixing console/board. that might explain why he sounds like he's singing inside a tunnel - but it produces a totally unique sound.
  2. yes he did, he told me all orders will be sent on time and "the little ebay problem will be solved"
  3. anyone know his contact info? ebay has suspended his account for selling bootleg shirts. I still have an open transaction with him and wanted to buy some more stuff in the future -.-
  4. about 6 months ago my mom went to a local flea market while I was working on a Saturday. Normally it's pretty impossible to find anything rare (or remotely AOR/Melodic/Hard Rock/Metal besides Bon Jovi and the standard stuff like Europe etc. in my area) As usual she checked for CDs I might like and found some that looked "interesting" (she knows most of the music styles I like, but doesn't listen to them herself). To make a long story short: What did she bring me you might ask? --> Oxido - Breaking Down The Walls CD in mint condition for 2 bucks!!!
  5. if you have one and would like to sell it - I'm your man
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    Wresting

    But I'll be damned if the craziest thing I've ever seen isn't from Sabu and Terry Funk's no rope/barbed wire match from Born to Be Wired. Sabu launching himself toward the turnbuckle, Funk moving, and Sabu ripping a gash down his bicep. After screaming in pain for a second, he turns to Fonzie and asks him to go get him some tape. The crazy bastard proceeds to tape up his arm while the Funker is kicking at him and finishes the match. (Also, after the pinfall, both men being entwined in barbed wire and tangled together and needing to be cut free.) There will never be anything like ECW. There's some crazy shit over in Japan and I'm sure elsewhere here in the States, or anywhere, but ECW was lightning in a bottle. (Plus, in the spirit of the thread, there were Beulah, Tammy Sytch, and Kimona!) Aaaand Francine of course!! The Queen of Extreme! That mentioned Barbed Wire Match is a CLASSIC. The embodiment of HARDCORE!
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    Wresting

    non-wrestling fans usually have absolutely no clue about it, watch it once and decide it's gay or crap. Watch some old school ECW and see what those dudes put them through to entertain their fans back then!
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