#2
King Crimson - Starless
Someones knowledge of guitar companies spelling determines what amps you can own. Really smart people can own things like Framus because they sound like they might be spelled with a "y" but they aren't.
#3
Poeta, from the Advent Rising Soundtrack.
Quote by Mazzakazza
Play Meshuggah. It is the solution.
#5
dead and buried six feet under
Pissing people off since 1987

ESP/LTD MH 401 Stop tail
ESP/LTD MH 401 Floyd Rose
IBANEZ AM93 TKS
Rivera KnuckleHead Reverb
ISP Decimator
MXR KFK-1 10 Band EQ
#7
welcome to the jungle all the way
Fender Strat 60th Anniv HotRoded
others

Marshall 1980 JMP 2203
Marshall JCM900 1960A Cab
Valve Jr.

VOX v847a Modded
EHX Small Clone Modded
Maxon OD-820
MXR 1978 Flanger
Digitech Whammy
TC Polytune
Custom LPB-1 Boost
#12
The entire works of Genesis, and no one can leave until it's done.
Someones knowledge of guitar companies spelling determines what amps you can own. Really smart people can own things like Framus because they sound like they might be spelled with a "y" but they aren't.
#13
Tears In Heaven. Such a beautiful piece of music.
Ego inflating praise here:
Quote by Fishyesque
That is SOOOOOOOOOOO sig worthy! Pure awesomeness to you, sir.

C wut I did thar Fishy?

's UG
#14
Quote by soundgardner
"Say Hello to Heaven" by Temple of the Dog.


+1 what an album!
Because footstools are cool - UG's Classical Guitarists

[quote="'']Congratulations! You have won the award for the most irrelevant thing ever said in a thread!
#17
Stand There Until You're Sober - Bomb the Music Industry:
Brown paper bags metal cans.
Sixty degrees fahrenheit.
We can't see the stars tonight
‘cause apartments generate ambient light
And I'm sorry that we're not already drunk.

Hours later we're getting there
Meters away from the shore
My forty of Corona is just
drops away from being kicked
And I don't know what I'm gonna be tomorrow.

When you stayed overnight making out with a stranger
in the bottom of a boat that belonged to a stranger
and you came home at six in the morning
after being caught ass naked by the dude who threw the party
I thought that we'd never grow up.
I thought that we'd never grow up.

Now all my friends rise at eight.
They go to sleep before midnight.
And I just wanna drink 'til three
Embarrassing myself publicly.
And you all used to be just like me
You ****ers used to be just like me.

So now I sit and stew alone.
Everyone's already sleeping.
Everybody's moved away
and can pay their bills on time.
No one else is making a hundred and ten bucks for twenty hours.
God I hate this ****ing place.
God I hate what happened to me.
You promised we'd stay best of friends.
But we can't 'cause I just can't grow up.

And it kills me. Yeah it kills me
that I don't know what I can do.
I can't breathe correctly and
I can't sleep or anything and
I can't think of anything I can't think of anything.

Now every night is miserable.
So sad I can't even get drunk.
So let's go out just one last time.
Let's finish off a box of wine.
Do shots of yukon jack and lime.
Can we drink 'til I ****ing die?

I'll make you party at my funeral
'Cause mourning is for suckers.
I'll rent a ferris wheel and
cotton candy machine and have open bar
with all the Pabst that you can drink
the PA blasting my Clash records.
You'll finally know that life's okay
Even when bad things happen.


So just one more beer, then grow up.
So just one more beer, then grow up.
So just one more beer.
Go to work.
Pay your bills.
Eat a dick.
One more beer, THEN grow up.


Important part is bolded.
And maybe we can fly away from here, surf on the debris of a broken scene...
#18
Quote by heartnomic
i wood love to be my way by frank sinatra


Surely the version by Sid Vicious would be more appropriate.

I find this question very hard to answer and I do find myself justifying if this song is good enough to represent my life. But I recently came to the conclusion that Ill write my own, possibly an evolving project along with my song writing abilities. No one should hear it of course until I am no more.
Last edited by valtam at Feb 28, 2008,
#19
i think Dragonheads by Ensiferum, if not that then Destiny by Stratovarius and everyone will have to sing like you do with hymns :P
Quote by Heilz
When backstage and talkin to the ladies i always go with the ¨Mines is bigger than theirs¨ argument as me bro holds hes guitar and i take out my bass... It works wonders @,@


Gear list:
Squire Affinity P-Bass
Ashdown Mag300 Evo II
Boss ODB-3
#20
hmmmm i got several

to live is to die - metallica
fade to black - metallica
life is beautiful - sixx am (recently added to the list)
don't follow - alice in chains
rain when i die - alice in chains
mad world - gary jules cover of tears for fears
the noose - a perfect circle
a very warm place - NIN
still - NIN
circle - slipknot
edit: also
floods - pantera

and i would like engraved on my tombstone "all of my endings are waiting to begin"

Quote by Archeo Avis
The entire works of Genesis, and no one can leave until it's done.

you're a sick sadistic evil evil man
Last edited by z4twenny at Feb 28, 2008,
#21
Not quite music theory.

Frick, I feel like a douche, reporting all these threads.

*reported*

Quote by funkdaddyfresh
justin, that was easily the most inspiring, helpful piece of advice anyone has ever given me in regards to my musical pursuits.


Screaming Help
#23
Fields of Barley - Sting
Trouble - Coldplay
Fade to Black - Metallica
Little By Little - Oasis
#24
Quote by valtam
Surely the version by Sid Vicious would be more appropriate.

I find this question very hard to answer and I do find myself justifying if this song is good enough to represent my life. But I recently came to the conclusion that Ill write my own, possibly an evolving project along with my song writing abilities. No one should hear it of course until I am no more.



i make my own songs to but i think my way represents my life.
#25
Stop Breathin' by Pavement.

Err! I take it back!

Epitaph by King Crimson.
Last edited by Raphael Faunus at Feb 28, 2008,