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The real question is. Can there be anything gayer than dragonforce?
They all suck. John Petrucci for president!
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Also, I've only heard of them, I only had 149 pokemans to catch when I played it. Must be 10 years ago.
Well it honestly depends each guitarest has a certain style to them.
Syn is fast and technical.
But so is Thomas. But more technical than fast.
But im more of a Thomas fan. His riffs are so different.
First of all those are Phillips not Sony..
Second of all :
I prefer $4.99 sony headphones.
Can I get a "hellz yeah"?
no. and this has no point to it whatsoever
we were all standin seein the fireworks
and then we saw a mushroom cloud
woah...that was big
For some reason I lol'd at that.
Since when is there fireworks on New Years Eve?
Indeterminate. Go do some research yourself. Good place to start: www.collegeboard.com
Without any coverage it is $40,000 per year.
Yes. Compared to other music colleges Berklee is relatively lenient. An applicant does not have to have immediate musical talent.
You should visit Boston. It is a great city. Berklee is a wonderful environment for the developing modern musician.
As a Berklee applicant who has done thorough research on their admissions standard and has actually visited the school, I can say with confidence that you are under the wrong impression.
Berklee isn't an archway that one goes through and is magically presented with musical talent.
yeah thats exactly what i said, but they still suck at making music thats pleasant. they just make random, " oh yeah no one can do this but us " kind of music. the only song ive ever liked by them was Lie. But then again that's just my opinion.
And I read somewhere about how they never went mainstream with their music even though they tried, well of course they aren't going to go mainstream with music like that. I would choose Fall Out Boy if anything over them. And I hate fall out boy.
No they didn't....
liquid tension experiment ftw
I'm pretty sure they're all dropouts
I give them no credit other than the fact that they excel at putting on a solid live performance. However, this accomplishment alone isn't enough to make them musical masterminds to me.
I suspect that they don't even know theory beyond its shallowest level. They've learned the scales, modes, chords, cadences, intervals, etc, but they don't show any application or tasteful usage.
But please read the forum rules first.