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What's the key signature to Black Dog? I think it's E major, but I'm not sure.
I had no idea who the Breeders were, so I checked them out and I realized that they sang Cannonball... good song
I have already suggested White Stripes, and I believe that would be one of the better options.
SOME hip-hop is good. don't you dare say that rappers like MIMS & soulja boy & those rappers that rely on a catchy chorus have talent. i give credit to Eminem, Kanye West, Dr. Dre, and other rappers who create meaningful music.
Well that is basically my point right there ^^ Of course those people from Rolling Stone is going to say taht because as i stated, that is basically the most popular album, althouh it sold 11 million records, The White Album sold 19 million... So you got to understand the difference. Just proving a point about how the not as popular ones are going to sell more, apparently.
Well, it's not that Geddy is feminine. It's just that his manliness simmers in comparison to Alex and Neil's masculinity. I bet back in the day, on the tour bus, Alex and Neil used to use Geddy for sexual favors, simply because they were tired of the groupies. That, and Geddy gives sweet blow jobs. >_>
I was surprised as a young child to learn that Pink Floyd were British... I mostly listened to Wish You Were Here and Dark Side of the Moon, and the accents fooled me.
Of course geographically speaking, Zep most certainly is not southern rock.
How wrong is my music teacher? He says Led Zeppelin is Southern Rock.
ummmmmm no.....Dune was horrible ad never ending.
To Tame A Land>>All other Maiden songs
I just found the Camp Chaos version of Aces High and I think it is now my favorite Maiden video of all time.
Isn't that natural? I thought that Maiden was much more well-known than Van Halen everywhere outside of North America, and they're a little more loved in North America too.
Ive just been studying and analysing Igor Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring.
Man. That guy was insane. Insane, but brilliant. I have him to thank for alot of the music I listen to today.
Who not just go on about the solidification of cooled magma (molten rock), with or without crystallization, either below the surface as intrusive (plutonic) rocks or on the surface as extrusive (volcanic) rocks resulting in dark or flint colored formations on the side of a peak with a topographic prominence over a defined value?
Speaking of Gallows Pole, how many of you have listened to the lyrics very closely before? I just did yesterday for the first time, and that song is amazing!
Its good, but Stairwell to heaven is better.
Rolling Stone are ****, who takes them seriously?
That is just like the Beatles you know. Their greatest selling album was their White Album (basically one of the most greatest selling albums of all time). Although from what i've heard around from here is that most people like Sgt Peppers the most (which i infact also like the most. I don't necessarily know about most of you.) Not to stay off topic with YES or anything, i just dont know much about them
Also, Number of the Beast, great Maiden album or greatest Maiden album?
I say both.
I've come to realize that best and favorite do not have to be the same thing when talking about albums. As a musician I judge the album which is best. As a listener I judge which album is my favorite. I'd say Relayer is their best, with CTTE as a close second.
whats that song that goes "na na na na". it starts with an acoustic guitar. i know its not hey jude. i dont know if it really is the beatles it just sounds like them. i heard it on the radio and it sounded familiar. its driving me crazy.
no offense, but yes is kind of for nerds. sorry.
It could be a reference, but besides that, pretty much all of Jon Anderson's lyrics don't make any sense at all (for example, that "bluetail, tailfly" section in Siberian Khatru...I remember reading that Anderson came up with that by writing words that sounded good together ).
^ I really haven't been able to get into Bossanova or Trompe Le Monde. I have to travel and hour and a half to band practice and Ive put them both in on the car trips and they don;t give me that same kick in the face as SR or Doolittle, it'll come with time though, just like these did.
So anyone else besides me like Doolittle more then Surfer Rosa....?
This assumption has risen because of the fact that most people that know Through the Fire and Flames as their true best and only song (I feel otherwise), mainly because they heard in on Guitar Hero 3
It is a sad day for Dragonforce fans indeed. Especially for those who were fans before Guitar Hero 3 came out
It has to be Spinal Tap.
Actually, Back In The Village is another song by Maiden based upon The Prisoner TV series. It refers to Number Six being "back in the village" in itself a reference to one of the episodes where he actually leaves but eventually and ironically he realises he has to go back.
Think of it as a sequel to their song "The Prisoner" as much as 22 Acacia Avenue is a sequel to Charllotte the Harlot.
But yeah, still TV show nerds, lol.