Dr. Dre
Atticus Ross
Robert "Mutt" Lange
Alright, thanks. The cynicism shouldn't be to tought
I'm not positive that this is the right place for this thread, but here we go:

I have three songs that I have fully written out, minus any vocals. I have bits and pieces of ideas and whatnot, but nothing seems to come together, leaving me stuck. I need lyrics done for all of these in the next 2 weeks or so, do you guys have any suggestions?
There is no way women and men should be integrated in any sport where athleticism is a huge factor. Not trying to be sexist, but most women cannot come any where close to the strength and speed that most men put forth. The only sport that I think women really have a chance in is baseball/softball. I don't see why that is not integrated. Other than that, it just seems somewhat unfair. Can you imagine a women playing football in the NFL? Can you imagine women trying to cover Shaquille O'Neal? It isn't feasible.
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That's easy. There's tons.

Verdi's Requiem, or any Mahler symphonies, or Mars from The Planets. Just a few that come to mind.

Definitely Mars
As I Am- Dream Theater- Train of Thought
Alien Angel- 3- Wake Pig
Ghost of Perdition- Opeth- Ghost Reveries
Alright so here's mine:

I think it was our 4th or 5th gig, though I could be wrong. We had played out enough before that people knew us and were in the process of recording our EP, but all of our shows had been played where people couldn't always get to, which rather sucked. This gig, however, was back in our town, which meant a lot of people could go. We actually almost broke the attendance record for the place that night, with something like 125 people. We were headliners and promoted like crazy.
So right off the bat, a lot of people show up, even for the earlier bands. The earlier bands weren't great, except for one, so the crowd was somewhat put off by that but they stuck around. We went on around....9:15 i think. We opened with an original called Shape Up, it's pretty fast and the end transitions perfectly into our next song called Work of Art, also a quick one, but those two songs get the crowd going big time. That set the tone for the entire gig, except for one blip in the middle. In our one song, The Gospel According to Leroy, our singer/bassist changed the order of the transition out of the bridge without telling anyone, and I'm the only one playing with him there. I ended up playing an A major against his F# minor. But other than that, everything went fantastically. The encore was total bull though. It was a song we hadn't practiced in an extremely long time, that I played bass for. Neither me nor the other guitarist could remember the actual rhythm, but we knew the key so we just played what fit haha. On the video someone took of it, you can see me looking at the other guitarist and saying, " What the hell are we supposed to be doing?".
Apparently I do, but I wasn't really aware of it
Misha Mansoor, Steve Wilson, and Adam Jones
*Does fap time calculations, dies of brain hemorrhaging*
Best: Coheed without a doubt is way up there, as is Circa Survive

Worst: Honestly, as much as I like them, Dream Theater pretty much blows at the stage presence
My friend and I were installing a killswitch on my Gibson Les Paul without drilling, so we removed one of the tone knobs. Long story short, he somehow managed to cut the wire leading from the the remaining tone pot to the output jack. What kind of wire do I need to replace that?
Octavarium or Change of Seasons most definitely.....though Paradise Lost by Symphony X would epic as well
The tall, skinny, sarcastic kid who makes an ass out of teachers haha
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The Lying Lies and Dirty Secrets of Miss Erica Court by Coheed and Cambria?

Alright, thanks for the tips
Yes, that is the issue. Sorry if I explained poorly
But isn't that in the same vein as matching pitch?
So here is my dilemma. I match pitch extremely well, but I have a real problem when it comes to actually singing and creating pitch on my own. Is there any particular thing I could work on for this?

On a side note, I'm not really a singer but I have a decent voice and sing occasionally
1. In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth III- Coheed and Cambria
2. Train of Thought- Dream Theater
3. Appetite For Destruction- Guns N' Roses
4. Change of Seasons- Dream Theater
5. Van Halen- Van Halen
Wasted Time, Quicksand Jesus- Skid Row
November Rain- Guns 'n' Roses
Heaven- Warrant
Another Day- Dream Theater
Haven't seen the new one yet, but I like them. Awesome way to pass time and the ladies always need comfort while watching them
I like CDs. I feel more accomplished when I have an entire band's library on CD as opposed to a download
How do you know its bedtime in Neverland?

When the big hand touches the little hand....
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1. Joe Satriani
2. Steve Wilson
3. Claudio Sanchez
1. Good Apollo I'm Burning Star IV: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness - Coheed and Cambria
2. Chickenfoot - Chickenfoot
3. Good Apollo I'm Burning Star IV: No World for Tomorrow - Coheed and Cambria
4. Half-Life - 3
5. Deadwing - Porcupine Tree

I've been on a bit of a Coheed binge
Sorry for taking so long to respond. Conor- yes to all of your questions except for the warranty and if it delays.
Alright, thanks anyway
Is that noticeable if I take off the cover?
I have an MXR Carbon Copy Delay, which I got for Christmas. The pedal as started to hiss any time that i go to engage it. I press the button and it just buzzes and makes all sorts of noise. Any ideas on what is wrong?
Once again, 16 year old guitarist from Holly Springs. Main influences are Coheed and Cambria, Porcupine Tree, Three (not that i can play like them but i still love 'em), and some other stuff in the vein of progressive metal. Hit me up
I think I've seen that guitar somewhere....hmmm. Seriously though, nice job
Alright then. Ah well. Nice Metallica joke by the way
The drummer in my band is okay, but he's not the best and he's not my style of drumming. How do I quietly find a replacement?
I would go weeping demon or bad horsie. Phenomenal pedals
I love mine. You can do some really cool stuff with it. God, I'm really starting to advocate this pedal.