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Post images and maybe a description.





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If this even madkes sense... if yhou sig this, Iw ll kill you.
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i ****ing love you for having Ian Curtis! he's like my hero.


also, my Uncle Frank. he taught me that it's possible to play the game while being an individual.
I've got the spirit, but lose the feeling.
#3
Zidane?
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Zidane?



Hey why not, Footballs been a part of my life throughout, and he's the one player i'ld love to play like.
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I'm now so drunk that even if my mom had given me a blow job at aeg 2, i'd be like I'm a pmp, butches.!

If this even madkes sense... if yhou sig this, Iw ll kill you.
#5
CALL ME JOHN

MARSHALL JCM 2000 Amp head/Cab
White Synyster Custom 1/100
Rest of my rig on my profile!


Don't acknowledge right, just dwell on...


...Wrong.



This spot in Hell...


...Is where I belong
#6


Influenced some of my thoughts about life, also the greatest books/series of books, ever, at least in my opinion.



Same as the above.



Same as the above of the above.



Influenced me musically, and somewhat my views on certain things.



Huge influence on me musically.



Adam Jones is one of my favorite guitarists, Tool is one of my favorite bands, and this album has both influenced me musically, and has influenced some of my views.



Huge influence on me musically.

Yeah, I think that about sums it up.

And some people I've encountered in life, relatives, friends, etc etc.

My dad, Green Day (lOLOlOLollOL), Pink Floyd, and the guy who plays guitar for my church are some of the main influences on me picking up guitar in the first place, which got me into music, which is now basically what I live and breathe.
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my footballing hero

I love telling people this. I've played football with him at my local park, and saved a free kick by him
hello
#11
For music I'll just put pivotal people/artists (some are recent, some are not):
My dad, Tool, Metallica, Scale the Summit, Maneli Jamal, Miles Davis, Opeth, Porcupine Tree, Chopin, too many more to list...

For life:
My mom and dad, and the authors of around 2,500+ books.
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These 3 things (plus a few other documentaries and books, but to a lesser extent) have pretty much decided what I want to do in life.
#13

These guys are the most influential thing in any of my music.

They're just....good.

Also I'm inspired by anything I see that truly catches my attention, and I try to reflect that in my music.
#14
Got me into guitar



These guys got me into songwriting



This guy got me into art



This guy is out of this world



This is the ugliest personified Jesus I've ever seen, he inspired me to develop individuality, creativity and personal style... And to have fun no matter what

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Stephen Hawking





And of course...

daytripper75

Bullieve


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I'm gonna need specific instructions again on how to properly dance with my pants on my head.
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First you put your pants on your head.
Second you dance.
Third you wipe off all the pussy.
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MUSIC

Iron Maiden
Judas Priest
Motorhead
Metallica
Black Tide
Lordi
Alice Cooper
Ozzy Osbourne
Dio
Hammerfall
Helloween
MANOWAR


LIFE:
Winston Churchill
Theadore Rosevelt
James Hetfield
Have a good one,
Phoenix
#19
My Mom. Most obstinate bullheaded individual that ever lived. Damn I wonder how I got this way.
Miss you Mom.
Dad needs his ass kicked again.
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Yup, a girl went up to me in my fursuit one time.

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#20
Oh yeah, both of my brothers had a huge impact on me as well.
daytripper75

Bullieve


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I'm gonna need specific instructions again on how to properly dance with my pants on my head.
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First you put your pants on your head.
Second you dance.
Third you wipe off all the pussy.
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All at once,
The world can overwhelm me
There's almost nothin' that you could tell me
That could ease my mind.
#22
My mum for sure, really puts her kids first no matter what. Really influenced me there, and also she supports me in all my stuff. Being a single mum with 5 kids and managing to support all 5 and so on - she deserves a god damn medal in my opinion.

One of my lecturers, Don, he's a really hardcore critical social psych guy. He really influenced me towards being much more critical than I was and into looking at language harder.

Metallica and Iron Maiden made me pick up the guitar.
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I've never seen you before that I can remember. But your coolness factor is off the scale.
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You should be careful what you say. Some asshole will probably sig it.

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Yup, a girl went up to me in my fursuit one time.

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I can fap to this. Keep going.
#26
That isn't Ian Curtis. Isn't that the guy who played him in the movie Control? I may be mistaken. Either way good choice.

I have a lot of influences, but a big musical influence is this guy:



Brian Wilson.

He wrote incredibly beautiful music. Pet Sounds is one of my favorite albums ever.
#28
For the sake of being brief, I'll just list my main musical influences.


Tony Iommi


My Bloody Valentine

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Paul Gilbert


Carlos Santana

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Mikael Akerfeldt
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Time keeps on slipping...


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Bruce Lee
This is why I don't like arguing on the internet.
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Wolfgang's Philadelphia Study. Look it up yourself.
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No need to, absurd generalizations aren't my thing.
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Just a few of the big ones. I have a few more big influences I didn't include, because I didn't want to post anymore pictures
#33

Made me love music at an early age, take up guitar, start writing awful songs.

Made me see music and melody in a completely different way, made me love metal as more than just loud angry music, and made me write slightly less awful songs.

Dali and Gleeson, respectively. Made me start giving a massive shit about art.

His way of looking at things just inspires the arse out of me. I know I'm an ignorant person, but he's one of the few people that makes me feel guilty about it and makes me want to learn more.
I'LL PUNCH A DONKEY IN THE STREETS OF GALWAY
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Stephen Hawking





And of course...



CALL ME JOHN

MARSHALL JCM 2000 Amp head/Cab
White Synyster Custom 1/100
Rest of my rig on my profile!


Don't acknowledge right, just dwell on...


...Wrong.



This spot in Hell...


...Is where I belong
#35


Thomas Matthew Delonge. One night when I was 15, I was watching Fuse TV (The decent music channel) and they were doing 7th Avenue Drop with some new band called Angels & Airwaves. I had no clue who they were but the show started with them playing "The Adventure" and all I knew was that I liked it. The next day, I torrented the album and was like "HOLY SHIT! THIS IS BRILLIANT!" That day launched me into a world where I wanted to do something with music.
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#36
This guy for my attitude


This guy for my personality and swagger


This is my music guy right here. I've practiced so hard to be able to sing in his style with my own twist


This guy overall
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#37
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My Mom. Most obstinate bullheaded individual that ever lived. Damn I wonder how I got this way.
Miss you Mom.
Dad needs his ass kicked again.


I know how you feel man.


I'll post some pics of my influences, and why.

He's the reason I've started becoming more melodic with my guitar playing. He has also influenced my vocal style quite a bit.

They taught me about how to be experimental, and as unique as possible. They also make me want to push things as far as I can when come up with original compositions.

He pushes the guitar to it's limits, and he's not afraid to do whatever he wants.

Even though he's a genius that's not the reason he influenced me. Just the fact that he doesn't let his limitations hold him back, and he still does what he loves.

This may seem extremely stupid, but the fact that these birds have to deal with the most extreme conditions on Earth while waiting for their eggs to hatch. They don't even eat through this period, and sometimes the mother birds are gone for months at a time.
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I put a ton of my capital into SW Airlines... The next day, THE NEXT DAY these nutters fly into the WTC. What the hell? Apparently no one wanted to fly anymore, and I was like "What gives? God damnit Osama, let me win a fuggin' game!"
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This guy's at fault for me never playing my guitar anymore Got me into making electronic music.


+ A Billion Jillion. He is a ****ing genius, he has one of the most unique approaches to composition and his beats blow my mind. As well as Richard James I'd have to say Omar Rodriguez-Lopez has had a pretty huge influence on the way I look at guitar.
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[quote="'-[NiL"]-']This guy for my attitude

Pffff. He's not even good at put-downs and curmudgeonliness. Charlie Brooker or Bernard Black are much better role models.
I'LL PUNCH A DONKEY IN THE STREETS OF GALWAY
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Pffff. He's not even good at put-downs and curmudgeonliness. Charlie Brooker or Bernard Black are much better role models.

He tells people what's what without being overly rude. And he knows what he's talking about. So I admire that.
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