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I'm so excited to hear this.. I'm totally going, even if I have to sit in the back row. In the long interview Jon said he wanted to play And You And I.. and that's all I need to hear. That song is absolutely amazing.
I don't agree that Close To The Edge is their best album, but it's definitely my favorite of theirs.
Whilst I hate to break up the topic here [/lies], is it just me who is convinced that Rime Of The Ancient Mariner is actually twice as long as they say it is?
Maybe I'm slightly mad, but it feels like it's a really long song.
Personally, I don't think they've done anything especially innovative. Nothing extraordinary anyway. If I had to pick an album as innovative though, Id have to go with Brave New World, it was fairly different to many albums out at the time. AMOLAD follows on from BNW and DoD really, so it isnt especially innovative. Somewhere In Time was really just a mix of experimentation with synths and Adrian ripping it up, lol.
^^You call yourself a Yesfan, yet you're asking if it's worth it to buy Relayer?! Gates of Delirium and Sound Chaser are pure musical insanity. To Be Over is nice (it's a breath of fresh air after the previous two monsters), but it doesn't even compare to the other two tracks on the album. I'd go so far as to say Gates is the best song they've ever recorded.
And yes, Close to the Edge is great, although I like Relayer more, and probably The Yes Album as well (Yours Is No Disgrace, Starship Trooper, and Perpetual Change are phenomenal).
Seth, I figured that the ending to NCFOM would be very symbolic due to the dreams, but I was kind of disappointed we weren't really given any 'resolution' as to what happened to Chigurh. He just walked away with a broken arm. That, and how my dad was yelling at the TV because he hated the ending .
Now that I think about it, Led Zep and White Stripes would be pretty baller (imho)
So, just watched NCFOM and I didn't understand the ending at all . I've heard you really have to watch closely to 'get it', which I didn't. I kind of fell asleep when Tommy Lee Jones was talking to his uncle there.
The Rain Song rocks (my attempt at staying on topic)
I typically don't go to theaters often, unless I'm trying to score, meaning I don't watch the film. Needless to say, There Will Be Blood pwned and has been very overlooked lately.
You must see it in a theater, that is the only way to get the whole experience. It will totally live up to your expectations.
My favorite films lately:
Catch Me If You Can
There Will Be Blood
Seth you should post here more often.
Having to and wanting to are completely different things.
Also, learn to spell our state
haha dont worry...anytime i ever hear any zeppelin song on the radio i COMPLETELY freak out
....and everyone thinks im insane.
good to know im not alone
I have Rite of Spring and I don't find it too dark....Or I haven't heard the dark parts.....
At the start with the opening bassoon solo, the audience began to boo loudly due to the slight dischord in the background notes behind the bassoon's opening melody. There were loud arguments in the audience between supporters and opponents of the work. These were soon followed by shouts and fistfights in the aisles. The unrest in the audience eventually degenerated into a riot. The Paris police arrived by intermission, but they restored only limited order. Chaos reigned for the remainder of the performance, and Stravinsky himself was so upset on account of its reception that he fled the theater in mid-scene, reportedly crying.
Funnily? Did you honestly say that?
The organ part to Stairway to Heaven, funnily enough, is not from either of those shows. The guy who types the Garden Tapes website, Eddie Edwards, doesn't know where the part came from, but it wasn't that show.
3 separate shows I believe
don't quote me on that though
I view the word "cheesy" as someone feeling guilty about liking something. I mean, it all seems to stem from what we percieve as fashionably "normal". If you dont care about fashions, then why should you be worried about listening to certain music and, in turn, why call it cheesy?
In other words, "cheesy" is like saying "that's not fashionable" but in a more vague and subtle way.
This is why I say to such people, "I like it, so I don't care if you find it cheesy, I'll belt out the lyrics to Run to the Hills at the top of my voice and fully enjoy myself - and what's wrong with that?".
What music isn't cheesy?
This thread would die if you banned me and P&H for writing albums like that.
P H Y S I C A L G R A F F I T I
I sure hope you mean that
I love what I am
Another one that he recommended that was ****ing awesome was James Clavell's Shogun. I'll summarize it as best as I can if you guys like, but it's been a while since I've read it. It's also just a long ****ing read.. Something like 1153 pages, but it grips you the whole time. The first 200-300 pages are just setting the story up, and can get rather dull, but once it's all set up, and you understand what's going on at the time in the book, it's great.
maybe I just like him because he was a sarcastic atheist jackass just like me though
I'm doing dystopia.
Huck Finn was a book that I couldn't stand, really. I thought Mark Twain was a hillbilly.
I forgot that I had 5 books listed as sources for my topic but my teacher wanted it narrowed down to three, so I ended up with A Clockwork Orange (which I read over the summer and really enjoyed), Fahrenheit 451 (read it freshman year), and 1984.
^^Animal Farm is the second book I'm reading for my senior paper First person to guess the third gets a free bootleg of their choice
And Seth, that definitely sounds like a good read, I'm looking forward to it.
I haven't read it. What's it about?
I have yet to read the Great Gatsby. My cousins in Ohio have all had to read that. I haven't had to read that one yet. My dad assigned me George Orwell's "1984" though, and I thought that was pretty sweet.
^Yes, there is all kinds of unnecessary symbolism in that book. I think its an undeserved classic to be honest.
I'm a bit embarrassed about how much I like Battlefield Earth, what with the looniness of its author. But I found it to be a really fun read.
I hate Stomp. Really one of the few Zeppelin songs I just don't like!
SETH! I haven't seen you since last year. What ya get for Christmas this year?
More video games to keep you away from us?!?!?
What is so great about the '77 US tour? i see all these people with the typical swan song logo and say "1977 United States of america tour" or something. I'm not great on my Zepppelin dates, but wasn't Presence in 1976, so 1977 would be close to the downfall with all the drug addictions, bonzo's death, all that stuff?
I dunno, I think "she is only three years old" is a pretty strong indication that he is talking about a three year old girl
Oh, yes. I used to use that alot back when I was in tenth grade.
My new one is "douche canoe."
All off-topic-ness aside, I don't think Zeppelin will do the Bonaroo (sp?) show, or any US show for that matter.
The album version of the song, or the live album?
there's some funny business going on with Plant's vocals on "The Song Remains The Same", I suspect some pitch shifting. not that they'd ever admit to it.
^ Good times......
To be honest, I greatly prefer Aerosmith's version to The Yarbirds and Zeppelin's.
yeah => wikipedia -_-
Rly dumb things(they call the immigrant song "the faggot song") but some things are funny
(Robert Plant loves babies, which is why he sings about them in almost all of his songs. "Baby, baby, baby..." Indeed, Plant spends much of his time today getting babysitting jobs for his neighbors. You can call his babysitting hotline at 1-800-BAB-EEEE.)
Man, to hell with that. Satellite radio is what you need.
My XM is one of the best purchases I've ever made.